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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1021.
GIVES 15IRTI1 TO 22d CHILD. 3lrs. Rowray Has 20 liy First Husband and Two Ry Second. OMAHA, Neb,, .Sept. I.",. Mrs. Karl M. Rowray. 41, gave birth to her 2"M child yesterday. Mrs. Rowray became a bride at 14 and a mother at 17. She ha.s been married twice, liy her first hus band she had -O children. Four years ago he died and she married a man 20 years her junior and since then two chil dren have been brii to them. An armored motor-car, built by an American tirin at a cost of $4o,0c(i, has been supplied to the Chinese, military governor of .Manchuria. 1 . WPr jf ft I t- t2S. SKSBS A T nil I want to tell the class how to motor from Boston to Lowell with out any cost for gaso line, whatsoever" with; these eloquent words Prof. FAM-O-us called the class on motoring to order this morning. "Of course" quoth the professor, "to gain this tree ride you must start your trip at Springtield properly FAM-O-ized, (we knew the Prof, would bring FAM-O in somewhere in his lecture; and motor to Boston. Then the gas you have saved on this 100 mile trip will carry you to Lowell an additional 25 miles that you don't have to pay for." The Professor takes some such apt way, every lecture, to im press on the class the value of FAM-O in cutting down gas bills. This particular demon stration of tie best known FAM-u. Booster made a profound im pression on the boys. FAM-O clean! out your gas system, removes' a r bo 11 unJ i'es you more power, more speed -and mo c miles. H-ot. can $1.00. Gallon can $12.00. At all dealers. Gordon Mfg. Co., Foxboro, Mass. F.RATTLEP.ORO Haskell Garage. Inc.. 17 Flat St. Koberts Auto Co., Inc.. 47 Elm St. Hr.it tlehoro China Store F. W. Shaw. 2:1-21 Elm St. Carroll A. Wood WEST BRATTLEBORO Alfred Barry, S66 Western Ave. NORTIIFIELI), Mass. C. E. Williams BELLOWS FALLS C. Gerrv. 11 Green SI. J. lioueher. 5 Oak St. & B. Filling Station S Rockingham St. E. I). Houghton PITMA J. Treadvvay 11. Smith SAXTONS RIVER Snow's Garage B. E. 1. W I). Sugar Loaf Bread try a loaf The Very Best Cider Vinegar Button Onions for pickling Our Special Coffee Orange Pekoe Tea Nice, Rich, Old Cheese The kind you've been looking for Buy your pickling spices here and save money. . . . 10 45c gal. 120e lb. . 30 lb. . 29lb. 35 lb. w ilder Farm Products Co; 14 MAIN STREET Ji 11 I Lai JiU JyLc Jl IL iL GO Fresh air, good food, lots of sleep and SANITARY, BATHING! These four things make perfect health. The Knickerbocker J way is the only sanitary way to bathe. Only clean water touches the body there's no greasy, filmy water as in the old-style tub bath. And the rubber brush mas sages your skin, muscles and nerves to new life and vitality. Great for shampoo! KNICKERBOCKER SHOWER BATHrBRUSfi Fits any faucet. Get and use one NOW and get back on the highway to Good Health! Seven sizes, each one complete: $2.50, $3.00, $4.00. $5.00, J6.QQ, S7.00 and $8.QQ, mm ru wax i . i i .t- - "5A II I I I 1.111 Brattleboro Drug Co. 104 Main St. Thone 560 LEADERSHIP OF REPUBLICANS WEAK lis '.. '.. ( QUITE OFTEN Penrose Fails to Get Admin istration Program Through DEMOCRATS HAVE GOOD MAN AT HAND A WM' f TEACHES J OOHTXU '.11111 I I r ' ' . WHAT TOUMS OH : -: TN -' ' '-' Lthat WASOH!. Ill -rr MALE AUTOCRACY IN PULPIT WANES Iliichrork Can Take Charge Whvn Vn derwofld Is at Conference ' Harding Embarrassed . by Congress' Iefusal to C:iriy Out Jlis Tax I'lans. By DAVID IAWI.HXCK (Sjunial Disjjutcli to Tht .Kefonner.) l'pyriglit 1921. WASIIIXOTON, ept. 1,1 A crisis lias arisen in the lcailtrlii) of the Ke jiublicaii party in .t-(agi-es. The defeat of Senator l'ourose, t-liairiuun of the senate linuiiCe eouuiutlt'e, wlio tried to put tiirousli the ))ioi)oal of tlie Hitnl in aiiiniuistration that exeex.s prohts taxes he repealed as of last .January, lias left the executive branch of the y,ovtrmueiit in an euibarassing jxisition. Secretary Mellon was not only turned (Iowa by the house but his proposals hae bt'i-fi rejected by the senate linanee ominittee wljore it was confidently be lieved that the wishes of the l'resulent a:;d M'cretary of the treasury would bo ranted. liusjiiess Men Disiipoii)led 1 his situation, wjuch uutiirally disap ; oiuts all i he business mo a who had ipivii promised by J-tepubliean leaders that Use excess profits taxes would l.e icpealej immediately is further compli cated by the knowledge that slioitly enator Lodge, majority leader, will Ite coiue absorbed in Ins duties as a mem ber of lhc American commission to the? arimtmont conference, and that leader ship of the party on foreign affair as well a,s other- matters will have to 1 undertaken bv somebouv else. It is triaW that t lie Democrats will also lose s-en-alor Underwood, the fleeted leader, but fortunately Senator Hitchcock of Xe braska, who was the original choice of a ;reat many Democrats for leader and who bore the brunt of the treaty lulit for the Democrats, is available and is the logical man to lead the minority through the fall and winter I Ml flrirnon d .Mississippi, a close '-i.i.wl .....1 IT. !, ii.i a. . . . f v;.. I.. derwoocU flnd a yrowimt force in the' 1'iternatiomil Association of omen Democratic party can also be ib'iM-nded 1 rreachers. told its annual convention here ill. on to assist Senator ljitchctx-k in last nijfht. handiiinr 1 he Denmeratic end of thej j,jss Sl)Utiianj lwI the strilggi0 in the l.yhts that are sure to devclo., in the M(,tll(,llist Episcopal general confercn.e aprroaehm session ot confess. ,ast v,.ar tUat obtained license for women Republicans Perplexed i to preach. Her homels in Wintie'.d. Kan. 'll.e Kepublicau problem is not mi eas- Women preachers tif a number of churrlies, i! solved. Mr. Iodiie has had his trou-; for the association is non-denominational. Miss Southard Talks Plainly to Women Preachers' Association HITS ARGUMENTS AGAINST WOMEN Man Interpreted Senptnre No linger Bar Acainsl Woman Man-Mocoply of Pulpit Has Already Feminized the Church Slie Says. UIIK'ACiO. Sept. 1.".. Male autocracy tliat once ruled in every part of life is Senator making its Inst stand in the ministry. Miss I M. Madeline Southard, president of the bles from the very day he was chosr-n 1 adcr. He has tried hard to harmonize the ' " irreeoncilables " and, the "reser vationists'' on the treaty light ami he was able to bring al:ut harmony only by larsuadin his own ;roup to sur render o;;triuht to the irreeoncilables. The passing of the treaty controversy riowever, has iven other controversie a hai.e to develop. The tipht over a Hi. r:o:.iiii tl LIU- r-iitilis Ul t.l alll infill WHIBrS cultural bloc to pass legislation of spe- tl,,.,, roviwuofl heard her aiulress. "Our K'MmI friends in this land who op pose woman's admission to the ministry seem to be serenely unconscious that they are the spiritual descendants of those who one held umiien tt., chattels, who later shut the schojIs in their faces, denied them the ballots ajd refused them, equal wages for egaal ,:vork despite the fart that thousand of .them were the family ',Mis wtMthimr said. Sic aiX'iirtents against women able of presenting the weighty themes that must be dealt with in the pulpit. Hut since we have had a single generation of educated women we hear little more of that. No Harder Than (Tiild Hearing. "Again it was cuce scrkusly claimed that woman was unequal physically to the strain of pastoral work and that in the day when women had from-1- to children and did all the work for them! We' know of one woman who in the IJocky mountains covered n circuit of M miles and ievehd''d several charges, which I herd her district superintendent declare 'were now able to support a man as pas tor.' "One still hears occasionally that the ordination of women will feminize the church. Hut that is impossible, for a mnn-monoioly' of the pulpit' has already accomplished it.' Woman's Sphere Passes. "Many of the arguments inii1 used against women's preaching have had to lie abandoned. Hut the opponents still cling to one. the pet argument of 'woman's sphere.' f necessity many women are not mothers and must seek other voca tions, while many thousands of n: ti;eis are f.vreed into the industrial v.- rid to support themselves and their chiidi t n. Indeed manv ef those who remain at ! home give about nine-tenths of their time to industry and one-tenth of their time to children. A woman preacher would have much morp time for children than many housewives. "It has not been proved that preaching J is in any way inimical to motherhood. I ; knew a number of preaching mothers and 1 will put their children up against any ! of the same numlMLT that any group of I families desire to bring forward." c:al interest to the agricultural sections lehiio- t.l' the country have produced kinks . , . . ,, , . . winch are still far from bein straight , Unr Appealed to Scripture. ' ened out. I hen there is another align " The time was when an appeal to serip meiit the liogressivcs of old are grow j ture settled the wh'de thing, men of course ing clannish. 1 hey are beginning to use' d ung the interpreting," she said. "We the phrase ''stand pat" to des'ribo have gone far from that now, for every their conservative bretr.ren. The tax woman's voice heard in Christian Kn- pii'stiou will afiord the Progressives deavor, Kpworth league or Sunday school their first chance to revive the old line , s a direct violat ion of the 'keeping silence (f cuitroveiy. Already the lTogrcs-in the church." while if women did no sives say it matters not to them who is teaching Itoth public schools ami Sunday chosen leader of the KeptiMican senate' schools would sutler considerable loss. to Mystery of Barber's Chair. j Wonder what It Is that makes at ordinarily silent mnn talkative tin minute lie gets In n barber ehsir? ( Some Are Extremely Necessary, Others May Not Bo Every Woman Should Give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a Trial First Chicago, 111. " I was in bedwith a female trouble and inflammation and had four doctors but none of them did me any'good. They all said l would have to have an oper ation. A druggist's wife told me to take Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and I took 22 bottles, riever missing a dose and at the end of that time t was perfectly well. I have never had occa sion to take it again as I have been so well. I have a six room fiat and do all my work. My two sisters are taking the Compound upon my recommendation and you may publish my letter. It is the gospel truth and I will write to any one who wants apersonal letter." Mrs. E. H. Haydock, 824 St Law rence Ave., Chicago, 111. A Vermont woman adds her testimony to the lonj; line of those fortunate women who have been restored to health by Lydia K. Iinkhams Yeiretable Compound, after it had been decided an operation was necessary : Burlington, Vt. " I suffered with female trouble, and had a number of doctorB who said that I would never be any better until I had an operation. I was so bad I could hardly walk across the floor and cculd not do a thing. My sister-in-law induced me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it certainly has helped me wonderfully. I keep house and do my work and have a small child. I have recommended Vegetable Compound to a num ber of my friends and you may publish my testimonial." Mrs. U.K. SHARON. Apple Tree Point Farm, Burlington, Vt. In hospitals are many women who are there for surgical operations, and there is nothing a woman dreads more than the thought of an operation, and the long weary months of recovery and restoration to strength if it is successful. It is ver2 true that female troubles may through neglect reach a stage where an operation is the only resource, but most of the commoner ailmens of women are not the surcrical ones ; they are not caused by serious displace ments, tumors or growths, although the symptoms may appear the same. When disturbing ailments first appear take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve the present distress and prevent more serious troubles. In fact, many letters have been received from women who have been restored to health by'Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound after operations have been advised by attending physicians. Lydia 13. Pinkham's Private Text-I5ook upon "Ailinents Pecu liar to Women" will be sent to you free upon request. Write to The Lydia P.. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts. This book contains valuable information. Read The Reformer Advertisements Today mm If' il act in ldace of Senator lwle. 'Jliev insist tbat they will follow anyone who a;:ies with llieir views. Thev point to the eoriiins; election in Now Mexico anl characterize Senator Hnrsum hs :i 'stand pat'" Kepubliean. Tf he ;is de flated, the Progrc'-six es sav their col leagues will take note of the warning. On the other hand, tlu conservatives will' feel their position strengthened if Mr. Kiirsnm is re-elected. Other Disliiibins i roups j .Meanwhile President Harding is lis ,tiirb,.d by the rise of trroups inside and outside ot congress. He doesn t believe in group jiwer and can be expected sooner or later to hit hard at that ten dency in America, t'ongross reconvenes within a fortnight and while the recess has niven the senate tinance committee an opportunity to work without inter ruption, the President is confronted with a worse situation than when con gress adjourned. Mr. Penrose, his. spokesman in the scmite tinance coin usittee. has been r.itabL' to rot the ad tninistration proposals tlirouh that lodv which he once controlled so easily. And if a tax program is rejected, what Kate will befall the administration 'k bill to fund tlx1 foreign debt, a proposal, : . l. l .. . : i : . - i I ill w men ounie eeineie is also deeply interested 'heeatise of its 'possible effect on the industr''il situation in the I'nited States? Mr. Hardin;; is awav on a vacation but when he cets back he will find that the crisis in the concres-! sional situation will demand instant attention. i "Another once overwhelming argument was that woman was not naturally tap- WANT 41 IIOl'R WKKK. ! , i Textile Workers Think Less Work Will Relieve Unemployment. NEW YOTIK. Sept. A compaiRn' to make the 4 i hour week the standard 'hrousrhout the testilo industry was hi'.ipchod yesterday when deh'sate-s to the amial convention of the I'nited Textile Workers of America adopted a resolu tion giving the executive council full power to act and "is.-ue a proclamation o employers." . j The economic strength of the orpani-, ation. the resolution provided, should !c utilized in obtaining the sharter work inn week, instead of asking for legisla tion. It was claimed that unemployment vvou'd bf materially relieved by shorter working hours. Hall & Farwell SPKCIAIj .V)e LINCII FOR FRIDAY Broiled Sword Fish or Cold Ham , , Creamed Potato Bread and Rulter TfllTee. Tea or Milli Apple Turnover bogtBaMaaagiBBraHBBainui i Fio-Pomenger. SO-horte- B ,,.TBm 1 power, J 1 'J-mch voheelbasc I . mtmmmmmmtimm R $1635 f.o.b. Detroit 9 Salads, Sandwiches Ice Cream, Candies FKKE 1IOMK FOR WIDOW. Ilsfate and lTni(m Homeless Family. , Sept. l.". A home donated by lot purchased .v. -'r-- I . ' N'evv Orleans Real .Men .Make Gift to NEW ORLEANS constructed of materials bui'ders' supply men on a .. i . . : r l . . , . ! . . . 1 Willi -t n 1 1 nun i iou n'in i-e;ii eiaie ueui- ers. erected by union workmen free ofj cost, and furnished by furniture dealers with no hope of reward, has been given Mrs. Frank O'Connor and her nine children. Frank O'Connor, the breadwinner of the family, was killed in a full several' months ago. When the family he left! vas on the verge of beinir evicted, the ' N'evr . Orleans I Hem heard about their nlight The, public ret-ponce was immed iate. . ... h, . ' " ''.-. ' :' jf ' Bring Your Prescriptions Here If yon want them filled with tlie pnrst nd freshest dmgn. nd with the greatest care nd arenntcy flnd Irrily a your physician ordcr?i Uiem filled, to pro duce tbts exact effect lie de.slre. Wo nre proud of the record we have made In our prescription department. And yet we (HI prescriptions at very rea sonable price, aad fill them quickly, too. Thomas, Pin G. T is logical that we should ask the prospective buyer to gauge the worth of the SPECIAL-SIX by die measure of its sales success. Why mention the distinctive motor or any other feature of this unusual car when the American public itself has established tlie greatest-of all selling arguments in its favor by buying it? Automobile license figures for every State in the Union continue to tell their own uncolored stories of Studebaher popularity. This is a Studebaker Year Manley Brothers Co., Inc. BRATTLEBORO. VT. NEW PRICES OF STUDEBAKER CARS f. o. h. Factories, effective Sept. 8, lim Toiirins Cars and Roadsters LHJIIT-SIX, 2-IMSS. ROADSTER. . . I.KJIIT-SIX Tt)l RINCi CAR SFECIAK-SIX 2 -PASS. ROADSTER. SPECIAL-SIX TOI RIXG CAR SPECIAlSIX 4-PASS. ROADSTER. ISIU SIX TOURING CAR. . Coupes and Sedans - $112", EIGHT-SIX 2-PASS. COI'PE ROADSTER 1150 MGItT-SIX 5-PASS. SEDAN 18".0 15S.i SPECIAL SIX 4 PASS. COI PE. . 24"0 16S5 SPKCIAI-SIX 5-PASS. SEDAN......... 2".0 JCnr, RHi-SIX 1-PASS. COl PE 2S.V) 19S5 DkG-SIX 7-PASS. SE! JAN .............. .ALL STUDEBAKER CARS A&E EQUIPPED WITH CORD TIRES