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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1019.
8 Scientists Who Help with the Family Wash At Pittsburgh, in Pennsylvania, is an institu tion that frequently is spoken of as "the intelligence department of industry." Its name is the Mellon Institute of Industrial Research. In its laboratories work more than three score . men of science, each of whom is a connecting link " between science and industry.' Some of these specialists are employed in your behalf by the Laundry Owners' National Association. The results of their research work are daily being made use of by us. In our laundry, thanks to this work of the Laundry Owners' Association and the men of the Mellon Institute, nothing is being done by guess work. So that each kind of article can be given correct washing, these men ef science have told us the difference between the many divers textiles that are sent in the family bundle. There is a right and wrong way to wash each. What methods to use and what not to use have been determined. The formulas for laundering clothes are as carefully balanced as the prescription issued by your family physician. Laundering has become an approximation of an exact science. We are specialists. We have learned the secret of improved cleaning. Wc are waiting for your family bundle. forte aunaru THE CUSTOM LAUNDRY 102 Elliot St. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed Thone 222 Auditorium, Brattleboro Wednesday Evening, Oct. 1 THE "NATIONAL MUSICAL SERVICE," Inc. OFFERS THE PREMIER THEATRICAL MUSICALE with Mme. Eleonora de Cisneros AMERICA'S GREATEST MEZZO-SOPRANO and An Ensemble of All. Stars Presenting "SAMSON and DELILAH" (abridged) BALLET DIVERTISSEMENT METROPOLITAN STRING QUARTETTE WORLD FAMED SINGERS NATIONAL TOUR 1919-1920. Prices 50c to $2.50 SEATS ON SALE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 El Have a Warm, Comfortable Room with an on No. 525 Black Finish $6.25 No. 530 Nickel Finish $7.50 1919 Priee 1919 Price WE WILL CIVE A Special 10 Discount ON ALL HEATERS SOLD crroRE oct. i Bobbins & Cowles, Inc. RAILROAD STRIKE CALLED IN ENGLAND Government Will Deliver Mail By Air planes and Carry Supplies By Motor Cars. 'LONDON, Sept. 26. The conference BASEBALL ARMISTICE. - (Continued from rage 1.) era complained of ia a petition of last Monday. j ' f The text of both of these publications follows: E. W. Gibson, Esq., Brattleboro, Vt. Brattleboro, Vt., Sept. 26, 1919. between the railroad mens representa- Dear Sir: ,ives and the government for an attempt-?. We, the undersigned ministers of thp wneft t Brattleboro, believing absolutely in or- , - ,. ' , , . , ., , ,der and the observance of law, but to aj, ou.u ... ..-.v T.. .reStore and preserve peace in the com suiKe on inc ramouus uus inxii oiueieu Ho take effect tonight ,at midnight. The Isti ike' "will affect probably more than: $00,- 100 men. ' The government has arranged to have mails carried by airplanes and to have '.large motor cars from the government services made available for . the : convey ance of supplies to the big towns which will be scriouslv affected. fl The locomotive engineers have an nounced that they would join in the strike, but it is stated that the government has mumty and for the welfare of the town, do not withdraw, but do sus pend indefinitely-; the protest as made in the petition of Sept. 19, because we realize the far, .reaching result, of , the so-called blue laws if enforced, and wc ask that at the next session of legisla ture some law bo, passed statins: defi nitely what is" lawful fcnd unlawful in regard to Sunday observance. In tak ing such action, wo urge upon all good citizens respect for aad obedience to all the laws of the state, afnd the preserva arranged to have many men who drove t ion of Sunday as a day of worship engines during the war make runs on thejand rest for all people. principal train routes The official announcement from Down ing street, reads: The conference failed to arrive at an agreement and a strike will take place tonight." Before the break took place James H. Thomas, the railway mens' leader, said, ''God knows I am trying hard to bring about a settlement." The strike will apply to all railways whether steam or electric, it is declared, in an official statement by the railway-men. Very truly yours, D. E. Trout, E. Q. S. Osgood, H. P. Woodin, R. A. Nunn, Clark T. Broy ncll, W. C. Bernartl, James P. Band. Wili v T T's the III Tr-d known 1$ gpgg. quality i of Walk- 111 V. V quality of Walk- Over Shoes that is making them the most popular shoes in Brattleboro -and then all the new styles are shown here first. Is Walk-Over de signs are taken as the Leaders of the world in Footwear Fashion. Becausethey have a particular human conception of what makes comfort and style in footwear for critical men and women. This store considers foot-fitting an art, not merely putting a covering on the fQQt- Let us show you. BALDWIN'S BOOT SHOP 34 Main Street To Hon. E. W. Gibson, State's Attorney, Brattleboro, Vt. Dear Sir: Kealiziug the far-reaching effects of an attempt to strictlv and literally cn force Sec. 7097 of the General Laws of Vermont, and believing that the best interests of Brattleboro and the com munity will be subserved by withdraw ing the complaints against persons named in our petition of Sept. 22, 1919 we hereby withdraw said complaint and ask that vou treat the same as withdrawn. NEIL D. CLAWSON, Attorney for petitioners. Brattleboro, Sept. 26. UNIONS TEST EIGHT. (Continued from Fage 1.) assume to answer the question pro pounded to me. "However, I will say for mvself that questions of moral principle cannot be arbitrated nor compromised and in my opinion such questions are included in the present unfortunate struggle. also think we cannot negotiate or con fer with Mr. Fitzpatriek and his as sociates as union labor leaders con- erning our emplov&s whom these gen tlemen have volunteered to represent." DEMOCRATS TO URGE RESERVATIONS Will Hold Conference With President When He Retunw Some Division of Opinion. WASHINGTON. Sent. 2).-Aftcr Pres ident Wilson's return to Washington Democratic leaders in the senate planned to seek an early conference to advise him of the peace treaty situation in the sen ate ana to discuss a possible compromise over reservations: 1 '"Mi" '.Some prominent Democratic senators aid today that they planned to advise the; President to carefully consider acc eptance of some sort of reservations in erprctive in character at least. It was said to be possible that their advice would extend to recommendations that reserva tions be accepted or that the treaty be Withdrawn from the senate at least tem porarily. lhese Democratic spokesmen arc con vinced that the treaty cannot be ratified without reservations of some description. They concede, however, that there might be a conflict in the Democratic" advice giv en the President in view of the position taken against reservations by Senator Hitchcock, Democrat, of Nebraska, the administration leader in the treaty tight. DEATHS. In Guilford, Sept. 26, Denis E. 43, formerly of Wilmington. Boyd, The hand of a normal-sized hnman be ing contains 25,000 pores. We have a vast collection of Distinctive arid Authentic r , Styles In Women's . ; . Hats and for quality and individuality they cannot be surpassed. , We also have hats and tarns for school girls and children in Beaver, Felt, Velour and Vel vets at all prices from the cheapest to more ex pensive. ' While on the way to the Valley Fair it will pay you to visit our. show rooms. m m m m- MILLINERY parlors: Second Floor 127 Main St. SHIPPING UNICNS MEET. May Declare Strike on Great Lakes in Support of Steel Workers. BUFFALO, Sept. 26. Members of executive committee of the Great Lakes shipping unions, left for Cleveland to day to attend a meeting which has been authorized to tleVlare a strike in support of the steel workers and to en force demands of theft own. The strike will be directed against boats controlled bv the Lakes Carriers association, op erating 80 per cent of the vessels on the Great Lakes. The union claims a total membership of 13,000 men. FIKED ON STRIKERS. Steel Was Foreman's Automobile Stoned at Wankegan. WA UK EG AN, 111., cPt. 26 The first shot in the steel strike in the Chicago district was tired here last night, it was alleged, by John MeHiaite, foreman for the American itecl and Wire company plant, when his automobile was stoned by members of a crowd of several hun dred strikers. McShanc was said to have fired only the one shot which struck the heel of a boy's shoe. The automobile of W. E. Acomb, superintendent of the plant, also was stoned, it was reported. BRATTLEBORO LOCAL. The taking of testimony in the Ncsbitt will case in county court at Newfane was completed yesterday afternoon. This morn ing the arguments were begun, Attorney John N. Harvev opening for the propon ent, the Peoples .National bank, and At torney Herbert G. Barler opening for the contestants. This afternoon Attorney Frank E. Barber began the closing argu ment for the contestants, and he was to be followed bv Attorney Melville P. Mau rice in the closing argument for the pro ponent. . It may lie all right to laugh at the mis takes of others, for it s almost a dead certainty they're laughing at yours. Electric Adjustable Something Jew! THE LAMP OF MANY USES It's a right little, tight little lamp that makes all the comforts of "Home Sweet Home'' COME IN AND SEE TWc Wallace. Liiip Twin State Gas & Electric Company The Autumn Season Is Now Fairly Inaugurated The tang of coolness in the air speaks eloquently of days near at hand when warm clothes will be indispensable, when furs will no longer be a summer luxury, but a winter necessity. Meanwhile every day sees more new Coats, new Suits, new Dresses on display, embracing all the choicest styles and the most wanted materials. Luxurious Coats and Wraps in a great variety; rich, beautiful colorings, in a great variety of materials. All reasonably priced at , . $17.50 up to $75.00 New Modes in Tailored Suits, for the fall season, that embody every style feature to satisfy the decrees of Fashion. A great variety of materials, all pure wool, at $24.75 up to $65.00 A WONDERFUL VARIETY OF NEW DRESSES New Jersey Dresses in attractive new models, braided or embroidered ; taupe, navy, Copen hagen, brpwn, plum and maroon, at $19.50 to $29.75 New Serge Dresses in 35 models, crater and blouse effects, braided and embroidered. A very choice assortment and the prices are especial ly low, at i $12.50 up to $29.75 Satin Dresses in all colors and many styles, at . . $14.98 to $29.50 THE WIRTHMOR NEW MODELS NOW ON SALE w . The WIRTHMOR might be truthfully ; termed the all-seasons Waists, for they are worn throughout the entire year by , thrifty' women the nation over Jn September we show the new September Models, just as in all the other months of the year we show the models made, up for deliveries in the respective months. - U Still Priced $at Just $1.50 The Same Low Price Everywhere Wirthmor Waists can be sold at just one Good Store in every city and they are sold here only. New Silk Petticoats AT SPECIAL PRICES These beautiful skirts were bought a long time ago and are all fully worth $1 to $2 more than they are marked. All plain col ors and changeable shades at $2.98, $3.98, $4.98, $5.98 DON'T NEGLECT SELECTING YOUR FURS The new winter stock is all in, and the variety includes the largest we have ever shown. We ad t vise selecting early as 'early-bought furs are ai rways best.. The New Scarfs range in price from $7.50 to $39.50 The Muffs range in price from $7.50 to $35.00 EE . 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