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LATE TREATIES NULL AND VOID Turkish' Nationalist Gov ernment Nullifies Con stantinople's' Work ALL NEGOTIATIONS AFTER MARCH 16, 1920 Another Report Says Sul anate Has Been Sup pressed By Nationalists ; Angora, Nov. 3. By the Associated .PresgJr-The Turkish Nationalists government 'at Angora has announced that it considers null and void all trea ties and conversations concluded since March 10, 1920, by the Constantinople administration. London, Not. . (By the Associated Press), A report , that the Turkish Natioalist assemblly at Angora has passed a law suppressing the Sultanate t .of Turkey and the law of succession to the throne, is contained in a dis patch to the Exchange, telegraph from its Constantinople correspondent, who quotes dispatches from Angora, BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT at Second Annual Vermont Event Burlington March 9 and 10, Burlington, Nov. 3, Arrangements for the second annual Vermot State Interscholastic Basketball tournament to be held at the University of Vermont in tris city on Friday and Saturday, Marsh 9 and 10, has been completed with authority given by the Athletic Council of the" University to Graduate Manager Jlarold A. Mayforth to select a committee to represent the university at the meeting of the Headmaster's club of Vermont. The selecting of teams to compete in the tournament rests with the latter named club. LEW TENDLER FAVORITE., THE MORNING NEWS SUMMARY Overwhelming upset of labor ites in British elections grows and Sir Kobcr Home, former chancellor of the excheqiier, at tributes defeat of labor's can didates to women. Supporters in the I)ail of Kamonn Do Valera assail Irish hieriarchy'a defense of the free state as unwarrantable and urge protest to the pope. Pppulation t)f greater London gives by census as 7,480,201 and in ten years males have dq , creased 54.7G2 and females in creased 17,000. . Violent scenes mark proceed ings of the first Turkish nation alist assembly during discussion of the status of the sultan. Amerongen await coming of Princess Hermine, who is to 1)9 former kaiser's bride and she will be guest in Count Bcntinck's castle. . Allied reparations commis sions asks Germany to state its views on budget equilibrium and limitation of floating debt, two vital problems of Berlin confer ence. ' ' ' Million and half Christians are emigrating from " Anatolia , apparently by order tof Turkish nationalist government. There were 10,163 deaths in 1921 from accidents caused by automobiles and mother motor vehicles, excluding motorcycles, in death registration area of United States, comprising 3 states. Senator Borah at Spokane says that if Republican party does not work a change in eco nomic conditions of the1 United States that another party will. Boosevelt memorial tree planted on Capitol lawn by bov scouts disappears at Montgom ery,1 Ala., and note left that thwe are no trees to honor southern gentlemen in Capitol yard at Washington. ALL READY FOR CLARKSON. mtm StopYourCough Foley's Honey end Tar stood tha test of tima serving thre. generations , N Opiitw-Isiwokott printed aa wnppar Largft Salting Cough Mtdicinm in th World Sold Everywhere. Prevent The Tonic' 'and Influenza. MOVING WEALTH TO ENGLAND Major John Jacob Astor's Announcement Startled ... English - MAJOR CONTESTING FOR PARLIAMENT New York Opinion Does Not Believe He's Trans ferring All His Wealth Laxative Effect of Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets will keep the system in a healthy con dition and thus ward off all attacks of Colds, Grip or Influenza. 30e. adv. In Bout With Johnny Mendelsohn in New York To-night. MHumiLw Wis.. Nov. 3. Lew Tminr Philarlplnhifl. liirhtwcieht and: '.Tohnnv' Mendelsohn, local 135-pound champion, are all set for their ten- bout here to-nieht! Bith bovs flmshed tneir training nere, and both made the stipulated weight, 135 pounds without aimcuiiy. ine experts do not give Mendelsohn much cnanee against uie runiciuci. Constipation ' To relieve It, and to stimulate !. ' torpid liver and other digestive or (ana, take the prompt and pleaaan Wood's Pills Easv to take, easy to operate. .', Made bir C. L Hoei Co.. Lowtll. !lr- Coach Potter Will Start "Biir Bradley at Left Halfback To-morrow. j Northfleljct, Nov. 3, Ooach Plotter ; anouneed to-day that "Bill" Bradley, regular Norwich quarterback the past two seasons, will start at left half to-morrow against Clarkson. Bradley was shifted to the new position earlier in the week and Penchoen replaced him at quarter. The latter, who subbed inj a few games this fall, has teen running j me lea.m weu mis ween, bhu umuicj has been going good aat halfback as a broken field runner. DeWitt will plav the other halfback and Walsh will complete the quartet i j-.nt i. .. i .......... !.:' ai nis iuiiuaiK pui. j'tipn hm combination appears formidable. -Judging from the gridiron work al ready performed by Clarkson this sea son, the Norwich eleven will have a need for any increase in strength that can be brought about. Last Satur day the New York state team trimmed Buffalo ad earlier in the season managed to score on , Colgate. The clash on Sabine field gets under way at 2 o'clock. CHY BLISTERS HANDS LIMBS Arms and Feet Lost Sleep. Ccficura Heals. "Blisters broke out on my bands, limbs, arms and feet, and when I scratched water came from tbem. They Itched something terrible and I lost many a night's sleep. My feet were so bad I couldn't put my shoes on, and I conld not put my hands In water very much. " I heard of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for a free sample. I bought more, and after using them about two weeks I was healed, after suffering for nine months." (Signed) Mrs. E. C Jay, 28 Cottsge St., Providence, K. I. Give Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum the care of your skin. tuoU Sack VMbTlhn. AdWOrtnnU. arttarlM, iMBi... MalMltl, MaM, Bold In, Soap 16a. OtnUMatJtaadMic. Talma Caticura Saw abavas mum mnm. London, Nov, 3. The remark made yesterday by Major John Jacob Astor, who said "I am . transferring my wealth from America to this country" was treated as a big item of news in this morning's papers. One headline read; "Astor millions coming here." By some it was assumed that the ma jor, who i a brother of Viscount As tor, merely referred to his recent in vestment in Lord Northcliffe's share of the London Times' stock which he and J. A.- Walter purchased for more than $8,000,000, but others gave the re mark a more sensational turn. Major Astor, who is contesting: for a-eeat from Dover in the coming elec tion, made the statement in replying to i heckler who inquired whether be was going to expose his own wealth to British taxation. New York, Nov. 3. There was much speculation in New York to-day over the reported announcement in London yesterday by Major the Hon. John Ja cob Astor that he was transferring his wealth from America to England. The realfy and personal holdings of the late Baron (William Waldorf) Astor In the 'T'nited States totalled more than $30,000,000, according to a ref eree's report filed last March in su preme court. Several pieces of New York prop erty have been sold by Major Astor in the past few years, but it is con sidered unlikely lie will dispose of all real estate in this country, but rather will transfer his income or personal property to Lngland. I w mrgff sBSMSjssslfaBMBS POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING ! POLITICAL ADVKRTLSLVU CAN RA f -MP II IP ,1 ho ILDIq) City Hall, Montpelier Friday Evening, November 3, at 7 p. m. This is the only opportunity the people of Montpelier and Washington County will have for hearing the three most prominent men in state affairs. Hon. William P. Dillingham, Senior Senator. Hon. Frank L. Greene, Congressman and nom inee for Junior Senator Hon. Redfield Proctor, nominee for Governor. Hon. Fred A. Hovland will preside. The City Committee consider themselves very fortunate in securing these leaders for the Washington County meeting. Music by Na tional Life Double Male Quartet. Everybody Come and Give These Gentlemen a Rousing Welcome The meeting will conclude in ample' season to see Walter Scanlan at the Playhouse at 8:30. Y Jeweler Gained Thirty Pounds On Tanlac Here is another remarkable state ment that will add both force and dig nity to the long list of Tanlac endorse ments. W. H. Tarbox, well-known jeweler, of 22 Murray street, Burling ton, Vt., saj: , s v "Since I got Tanlac I have gained thirty pounds and am so well and strong that I feel just like new. Vox more than two years I had been in such bad way that I was discour aged. My stomach and digestion had troubled me so long and so severely that I never thought It possible to get well. If I ventured to at any substantial food it would, take me a week tci recover from the miserable eflects of it. - "I lost weight until J dropped down twenty-five pounds or more and got so weak I couldn't even walk down the street and took very little In terest In anything. One day while having an awful time with my nerves and stomach I thought of what I had read and heard about Tanlac. So I began taking the medicine myself with the result already stated. Seven bottles have put me in the best of health." Tanlac is sold by all good druggist. adv. Thoughtful Mother. I " I Are You One of Them ? I All mothers bless them are loving and devoted. How often we are led to respect and admire me uiougni ful mother" who provides for emergen cies and saves her loved ones from hours of suffering and herself from needless anx iety and sleep loss vigiL TV mum for eolda. souths. niMmraonia. in- fluaiuw snd catarrhal aitawnts U drawing- naar. whra tha "thoughtful mnttM" make op a full piut of pura, quickly aff octiv. sotd ana eoag-b yrup;madat homabr twins; ptiraconeantirat. J Ktaenoa Manlho-Laxana UHwi.) mlid with aimpl. auar srrop or stralnad benay. A pint of ttlfmr and half pint of watar make to nrrup in thf. ninntaa. Tha wno and and tha yrup ara than pourad into a pint bot tle and i mdr to oa. toprarant bad cold and coach sattinirwona. Tha T ftrtkaa wondsrf ul nlimt and in a faw day all traea of tha eonaataa and catarrhal armptoma are unuallf ana. Tbaiojr of aneme tha quick ftaa. dam from coida,eoocha aad dansarona eotnpli cationa thafraodom Iromanxioly aad aloaplaaa sjifhta, to aar nnthina of tha raal suuomt of thMhomiwedyia worth its wotchtin en Id" Tha drut txre aoppliaa thaEaaaneeMantho Laxaua. Bast armr sold for eoogb or oold". Sand ( eta. in atampa for tnal bottla to Tka Blaakbt fradts Daytoo. OUa ft Low In Cost But High ' In Quality Though it sells for only $995, there is not one evidence ol cheapness anywhere in the 1923 New Oakland Six. Its powerful and fleii- , ble six-cylinder motor is so good that its per ., fonnance is guaranteed in writing for 15,000 miles. Its chassis Is equally well built to give en during and continuous . service. Its bodies con tain every essential convenience. H. F. CUTLER & SON Opposite Fire Station. Tel. 750. Oakland Six, V'$' 19.75 and your old battery. The new rugged Junior BATTERY Designed especially for' FORD CARS Here is the battery you have been hoping for. (mm. i l ' t " lire hb. 3 v it LJi t Coprrisht 1922 Hart Schaffner & Marx , How About Your Pall Clothes? You ought to have clothes you can be proud of: and that means clothes that have both style and quality. .Style is a matter that all makers of clothes give a lot of thought to; but quality is something that isn't always cared for so well. Get both; style and quality. We have the clothed that givevyou both; we know they're right. Hart Schaffner & Marx fine suits and overcoats. oore -& Owens Barrel Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main Street Tel. 275-M I'M .... . , ,. n " . Like the Warming Rays of the Sun The Handy ELECTRIC ROOM-HEATER Throw, its cheery glowing heat straight out into the room, taking the morning chilliness away in a mo- ment. One of these clean efficient r heaters is a real need in many homes .when coal is scarce. Convenient monthly terms arranged. Come in and see one of them today. 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