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THE BENNINGTON EVENING BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1922.
Promptly dUptlt Itching, Blind and Protrudin ffM Mi J Al Drifihl ui Gntrtl Una m 1 II it Sand 25e for TrUl Box to Ell E" Nardlne Medical Co., Inc. I fafaW SCHENECTADY, N.Y, PAGE TEN 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 i! LOW PRICED ADVERTISING Full SALE All wool knitting yum ('..,. 1, l, H,l lililil.illl'.ul VI II t U.'l!, tt.dU. mid. SJ.00 a pound. l'OHlagor paid on $5 .. , U A . ucio. ii.t; tui otiiuijivo. lu'iicit, Harmony, Maine. I'OIJ SAl.H A real hitruuln to a ( it ic K Imyi'r! I'.'ilxe flve-imsHeiiKor ( .iii .i wnoil Model) tuui'iiiK citi' in good condition ; new top, three new cord t.nH, utiii-r i Ires Kuod, Iwuy und fwncl-i-i a In lino shape. Price, 250. down; i,tluiicc on easy Urnm or any fair c.ihIi offer coimldnrcU. O. Hpencei' Ia-c, i3i Branch St. Tel IM-M. 48110 FOR SALE Three men's black over coats, sme .'IS; 3 sets of ll. ie woolen underwear all in perfect condition. I'hone H!i7-v'. i'M Foil SALM: Ono liitchly polished dark oak dining room tahle, also large inlaiilon library table. Apply at SiiM North street, Tel. 19'J-J. 4"t6 foil SAL12: Second hand goods bought and Hold. Having bought the l-'ox HeciMid Hand store on I'leaxant Htrret,wlll sell and buy second hand iTimdH. William linglish. 47 t6 FOU SALK: Electric curling iron. Apply 0 ConttrcHs street. Tel. 619-M. 4 V 1 2 FOll SALK: 1921 Ford touring body, In good condition. Write K. J. Leary, North Bennington, Vt. 47t6 FOIl SALIC: flood rabbit hound Also Keiuilne homehido robe, never been used. F. 1 Holton, Tel. 192-1G. 47tb FOIl SALK Fin roasting chickens nl.u" broileis. Telephone 176-12. 4(itG Von SALF A good caoU stove Uu llo'.den Ave. JtO Fori HALF .Sterlinir stove with r ervolr, used only a short time. Tel. j Sll-fi. . 4iil 1 FOIl SALE Hood slr.ed "-s range In excellent condition. JIra, F, L. Bottum, South Mt. Tel. 175-U. 44tf. l'l, I 111.' 1 Mnlinirnnv finished 11 D- bolKtered parlor suite, live pieces, $40: "New Way" gasoline, 3ty horse power i engine In good shape, $40 00. Sarah X. I'lf.ltott, Landgrove, Vt. 44t6 1 FOIl SALE Upright 'piano In good I condition. Call at 150 Beech St, 4U6 i r-,r til v nun tnn Tlennhllr truck. v i uit . " , ,.1 - - I .......I...- A. or win iruutt ior miuu iuumiik ,t drena S10 South Branch 3t. 42112 FOr.'SALE X!oc winter Danish cab bage Price, 12 hemls for one dollar. L. 11. SdUlres, Tel. 177-1. 39tl2 FOU SALE Three stoves, kltchn, parlor . and oil stoves. Inquire 209 lliver street, or Tel. 329-J. HU. :'or. SALE Registered Sbropnhlre lamb, extra well grown and wooled. ready for service. Shipped on approval. Also White Wyandotte cockerels. Tel. 111-W. Cull for Loon W. Eldred. 38tl2 FOIt SALE Wood rawing and wood lots cut down In any dimension by con tract, also wood for sale and delivery. Also trucking und jobbing, short or long distances. Call No. 4 for further Information. Zi..t FOIt SALE: China closet, dining room tnble, parlor stuve, all In good condition. Tmi" at the New ,York Store. Soit. von SALE Two ton Federal Truck with platform bodv and cub. In excel lent condition; 1920 Essex Touring Car in good condition; Essex Sedan in first class condition; mo Chevrolet Tour ing Car In good condition: 1921 Hud son Speedster and 191ft Hudson seven passenger both In good condition; 1921 Oakland Touring Car. The Bennington Garago, S1"- W A STEP You riff calves, man. tel. 186-2. E. Sber-48t2 W ANTK! (llrl for sewing In tailor j nlu.p. Apply Mascia & I'erreault, 4812 j WANTED Sellable man to look after i i.nslness in thlH territory. Big salaries paid every week to represen tatives. Easy work, permanent all, venr round. Writo Oakland Nurseries,, Manchester, Conn., for particulars. : 4812 j "WANTED: Cook and waitress. Ad-i dirss "t ook' Box. 410. Bennington,! Vt. 'tf- ' I WANTED A Bnrhor at tho Putnam House barber shop. Apply at shop. 47tb WANTED Three furnished or un furnished moms for light housekeep ing Address Ml. il." Box 440. lleiinlng ton.VL 0 WANTED .Bib on poultry farm by man with 20 yeurs expeiiunce. Best of ierrnces. Address E. L. N Box 4 40. Bennington, Vt. 4516 WANTED: Respectable woman as plain uook. Also a waitress for prlvute family. Good tvagcf Fhone. Mancheater loo. itr. WANTED To buy Christmas trees l standing. Cull No. 4 for further, pur- Oculars. 34tf- WANTED 50 tobs cheun hay, cheap ; straw or swamp grass for packing pur-1 pose, i Ulvd price for standing or, stacked John Latlamme, Bonulngton Vt. 4'bone 418-J. 4lf WANTED Experienced olllce girl. : Stehography not required, Apply H. T. Ctishman Mfg. Co., North Bennington. ' 27i r 'p HOUGH there hove been crimes wlileh stirred the public feellDg more (k'oply, the tuystery ctmnected with the murder of Andrew J. Borden and lilu wife, wealthy residentu of Fall Itiver, Muss., contains elements of the unuHuul which lift It far above other similar problems and make It a fit subject for a critical examination by the most distinguished detectives of fiction sleuths who are always fur more successful than those of real life. - Andrew Borden was seventy years of age. His wife was sixty-four, and, although they were afterwards found to be worth some $3X),000, they lived modestly In a comparatively small house, and employed only one serv ant, Bridget Sullivan. This mald-of-ull-work, and Llizle Borden, Mr. Bor den's daughter by his first wife, were the only persons in the house at tho time the murders were discovered, and suspicion naturally attached Itself to the stepdaughter, as Bridget had not the slightest motive for the crime. After breakfast, on the morning of August 4, Mr. Borden left the bouse to attend to an errand In the neighborhood, and Mrs. Borden went upstulrs to arrange the guest- room In preparation for some expected visitors. Mrs. Borden, as was afterwards brought out at the trial, left the first floor at 0:30, and It was the last time that she was seen alive. Both Lizzie and Bridget Sullivan were in the kitchen at ten o'clock when Mr. Borden returned to the house, and, finding the front door the only other entrance locked, came in through the bock way and went up to bis room which communicated only with the back part of the house and could not be reached from the front. It wns about fifteen minutes later thut Lizzie Borden went upstairs, and n moment later, shrieked out that her father had been killed. Both the old man and his wife had been murdered, practically chopped to pieces, for there were no less than twenty-nine wounds on the two bodies, while the rooms In which they were found were spattered with blood almost to tho celling. Investigation showed that Mrs. Borden, whose body was dis covered in" the guest room, had been struck down while Lizzie Borden was talking to the servant on the first floor, only a short time before; while Mr. Borden hnd had time only to reach bis room before being felled by a blow that severed his skull. In spite of the lack of evidence against her, Lizzie Borden was ar rested and charged with the two mur dersbut was acquitted on the first ballot of the Jury, as It was shown that It would thave been Impossible for her to bavtkllleil her step-mother, changed her blood-spattered clothes; returned to the first floor where she talked to Bridget Sullivan for half an hour, and then to have gone up stairs, killed her father and again change her clothes before giving the alarm, to say nothing of disposing of the weapon which she had used. On the other hand, as the prosecu tion pointed out, there wns no other person who possessed both the motive and the opportunity. Lizzie Borden had Q"n"elod with her stepmother some time before. Her father's will left the major portion of his property to hi wife, unless he survived her, in which case It was to go to his daughter. The front door nnil all thn windows on the first floor had been locked. Therefore no one could enter without passing through the kitchen, where both Bridget Sullivan and Lizzie' Borden were nt work. Finally Lizzie Borden had discovered the crime which nt once led to the suspicion that she hnd committed lt,v But even the counsel for the Mate had to admit that the blood-spattered walls and Ihe to tal hick of any blood stains on Miss Borden's clothing presented an In surmountable obstacle, so far as her guilt was concerned. Her acqulttul, however, not only added onother classic to the mysteries of crime, but presented two questions apparently Impossible of solution by any reasonable hypothesis: How had the murderer' entered the house when the only available eutrance was through the kitchen where the two women were working? How had he managed to commit two crimes of this nature and escape, with clothing which wns certain to have been thoroughly blood stained, without attracting the slightest notice? WANTED Female Help. Emu $20. weekly, spare time, at home, address ing. .Hailing, Music circulars. Send 10c for Music. Information, etc. Ameri can Music Co., IG.'.S Broadway, N. Y 39112 TO MBKT TO BENT Two warm furnished I ioiiis. bath and I'l.'i'lrlr lights. Mim John Mayhew. McOall St.. Tel. 62!l-H. 4 (HI! TO BENT S rooms, all funiliibed fur light housekeeping. fr one cnuple. Apply at 111 Mill St. 4 t G TU 'BENT Two furnished rooms Hiiilubla for light housekeeping; lit cam bent, electric lights., gas but water, t linh, witli all modern conveniences at Ht Pleasant HI. 1 no ill ro or I. Leader,' 127 North St. Tel. 211-11. 4.-tH TO RENT Stores, omasa, tenements shops, atsbles, Individual aiorsse -lock- era, furnished apartment and rooms.1 all centrally located. Ueo, W. Hawka iSi Main St. 7tf i TO nrS'T: Larrs stire lintinn und' lime well lighted shop, lnqulia nt NovecH s Hloro. Rtttf. , Girl Likes Bow Ties, So Henderson's flnnceo Iihr decided that he looks his best In a how tie. She got the Idea one night when she saw HI in In a dinner Jacket and now the luckless Henderson Is forced to wear such n tie whenever he's In her compnny, says the New York Sun. The tying of such un adornment Is quite beyond the ability of Henderson, so he trips gayly to his olllce each morning wearing a four-ln-hand neck tie. When be departs at 5 o'clock to meet his fiancee be Is wearing q how tie. It Isn't u ready-inada one, ell Iter they're taboo by the fair one. One of Henderson's associates Is skilled In lite inalfer of how ties und he has been pressed Into service to link the polka-dotted string which Henderson brings to the office each day and sub. stttutes for the foiir-in-hAiid In the friendly privacy of the cloakroom with the co-operation of his friend. HAM ...if' ? t -X JLl NOOM Men's and Boy's Footwear and Furnishings. Right now in the pick of the season when you need the merchandise is the time" I, put it on sale at prices below market values. r -K t. I r t t I i i i iV buy inow: Euy Mere: ana save tne ditterence. s 3,-'.: Sale Op ees Oct. 27, lasting 15 Selling Days ! Men's Heary Fleece Lined Union Suits. Sizca up to 45. Now, each 98c Men's High Grade Fleece Lined Union Suits. Extra 'heavy. Nowj each, $1.25 Men's Fleece Lined Shirt's and Draw ers. Good and heavy. Now, each 69c The Best on the Market, Fleece Lined Shirt3 and Drawers, All sizes. Now, each 75c ', . Men's Ribbed Shirts and Drawers. Best quality. In cream color only. 75c Men's All Wool Shirts and Drawers. All pros. Now, each $1.25' Men's Ribbed Union Suits. All sizes. Now, each 98c ond $1.35 Mcn'3 All Wool Union Suits. Extra good quality. Now, each $3.45 Wool Process Union Suits In mixed grey colors. Now, each $1.65 We Carry The Rest Lino of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Rubbers at Reasonable Prices. Your Sheep Lined Coat Is Here. At Sale Prices. Mca's Cotton Sweaters. With shawl collars. Now, each 95c Men's Half Wool Sweater Coats with or without Collars. Now $1.98 Men's and Young Men's Sport Sweat ers in brown, and green heather. A ' , wonderful buy. now $2.85 High Grade Sport Sweaters in brown, green and oxford heathers. Regular $6.00 coat. Now $3.95 Slip-On Sweaters. All wool, of course With or without collars. Now $3.45 Roys' Slip-On Sweaters. Half wool in two shades. Now $1.95. Roys' All Wool Slip-On Sweaters. The best ycu ever saw for the money. Now $3.85 Roys' Fleece Uned Union Suits. Ex tra good ones. ' All sizes. Now, each 69c Roys' and Girls' All Woo! Sport Hose. While they last. Each 45c A Good Assortment of Men's Pants. $1.50, $2.45, $2.75 $2.98, $3.50, $3.75 Men's Heavy All Wool Sox. Good ones, too. While they last 35can,45c Men's Scout Shoes. Endicott, John son's make. All sizes. $1.55, $1.98, $2.65 The Same in Boys'. $1.75 and $1.85 Men's Heavy Work Shoes. Sizes 'from G to 10- Now $1.98 Men's Goodyear Welt Shoes in brown, or black, single or double sole. Out they go at $3.95 The Famous Weber Shoe. Made in No. Acfams, for men in years and young in spirit. Now $5.00 Men's Flannel Shirts. All sizes. Each 95c Children's' Rlack and Brown Stock ings. Sizes up to 912. No more than 3 pair to a. Customer. Now, per pair 9c Men's Ide Collars. Each 15c Men's Caps in the Lattst Patterns. 95c, $1.25, $1.45, $1.75 Roys' Caps. Each 95c We Carry the Beat Line of Shoes, at Sale Prices for ; Men, Roys , and Children.. HAR1RY 132 North Street NOOM ' Bennington, Vt Lines tu Be Remembered, (itiiiiil well your spare moments. A T:t of Strength. To ilci!,iii.s:iu:f 1 he str'm;ili of n They are like uncut dltintoniW, Ii-i cert '.ln tn:(l:e o." wniin;; pnper, live card them and their value will never I cirK irroiipcil Hieinvelves mi a' frniite lie known ; improve them and they will suspended from u slnjrle sheet (lf the become the brightest fMins In u useful j paper. The lnlnl o!:lit it supported III. Anonymous. wns 7(10 pounds. Flea'a Phyilcal Strength. A flea's strength s aititi7.ini;. It can pull AV' times Us own Weight. Camel Coal- For-our furnace and heating stove. A good substitute for Anthracite. Burns freely. Does not clinker. ' ' Plenty of heat DRY HARD WOOD and KINDLING. GRAIN AND POULTRY SUPPLIES Office and yard foot of School street. Phone 330 190 tt W. Myers t Son Inc. Boers Ha't Transportation. For 11 Ions lime the I'.nopi refused! permission fir the it iisiim rion of nny railways In the Truusvtuil on the j Rt'ounfl -"l flirt- IiowIhmv were such, eon. trlvtiHcos' mentioned In I'.IMe. ' J (. 'I 1 "I irtvtiw ptt wotniin tht miner wttft I '.cllw IrouMu '0 try 1 okr Kldnrr Hilt.' Mrs. lirv.wnr. (it UrrelMul, Ohio. I no Hunk Folc k tTlitrjr rnit thut I tool I , liter, muun- tvuwtrmiiln 2 rmn Julin t. I'mok., Orutht. Ntb. V!;a muring from Ilnekcche, Rheumatism, Lama Hack, Kldneyo or UlAddcr, R . IU'FOLEY tf KIDNEY PIUS .JH j. 1 ionic in Action Quick to Civ Cood u i. Sold ICvJi-y where. Advertisement,. J 1 Ten jpontti? this is ihe average life of a five dollar bill. It travels so fast it scon wears out. The. most important consideration in connec tion with your five dollar bills is not speed but direction. Where do they go? All those that reach your savings account, are not really gone. They are working for you. Dcpositr. made by November Gth draw Inter est from November 1st.- . - .' : 1 1 4