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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER: SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1922.
ONE LOOK WAS ENOUGH. ON . . - a jily!l4.Jllllij LAST CALL 'F:V4Mf M WHITE House is a coffee that Wf5:rem5 Never disappoints, isn t a coi- feSraGTS fee of that stamp THE kind of coffee YOU are looking for? 1 J V . V-..- 115 State St. Teeth Teeth Teeth Dr., Fred F. RickcII, the New Method Dentist, wishes to announce to the citizens of Brattleboro that for a short time be will make his Best $25 Set of Teeth for $15. These teetn are fhe same quality teeth that den tists charge $33 to $50 a set and guaranteed. Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Only, one visit to his office is necessary to be fitted by his new method. Gold Crowns and llridsework. For appointment call phone Walnut 382, or write. 25 Years' Experience. References, some of . Rraitlcboro's leading citizens. Patients desiring teeth same day should leave on o a. m. train. Return 3.35 from Springfield. DR. FRED F. BICKELL The New Method Dentist Phone Walnut 383 SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Hydro-Tor on The proved facts about the won derful tire that is as bis as cords, and better than cords. That costs less than cords and is guaranteed 10.000 miles against stone bruise, rim cuts and blow out. Proof in sen ice is the only proof that counts. Jlydro-Toron tires are niacins tFieir case stronger every day in (he niileaue value they are deliv erin? to the thousands of users all over the country. A free tube with every tire. 30x3 sii.no 30x3 j SH.OO 32x3 , S 19.00 31x4 ". S 19.25 32x 1 R24.90 33x1 S211.00 3-lv S2.!U) 32 4', .. 533.95 334 S35.10 31x4 'a S30.00 35x1 'a S3".(iO 33x5 $40.!0 ... ., $ 13.50 Have you joined the army of nst-rs who are enjoying these un usual values? If not. say Hydro-Toron next time you buy tires. G. A. DcWilt 8 Chestnut St. Phone 231-Y J s t V r s $ ! i c : r I t ... . ; . .v.-;-' ; For the Man Who Pays the Bill THERE'S one real showdown in roofing, and that is cost-per-year-of-servlce. You don't have to buy roofing on gamble or guess. There are many examples of Paroid Roofs in this neighborhood that have stood the test of weather for more than 20 years without a single . . repair. What Paroid has done for others, it wilt; ; do for you. . '. Measured by the yardstick of Years-of-Service, : the true test, Paroid is the cheapest roofing you can buy. We know whereof we speak. Take the guess out of buying roofing. Come in and get the proof BIRD Mi SON, inc. (EtUbUbed 1795) Est W&Ipolo, MtM. For Sale By Holden & Martin Lumber Company I 7'!' tn- ANALYSIS OF VOTE ON SOLDERS' BONUS Most of Senators Favoring It Are Up for Reelection This Fall CAN'T PUT IT OVER PRESIDENT'S VETO Lawrence Says Total Opposition Exceeds 32, or One-Third of Senators Thinks Vote Will Not He Changed In Test on Presidential Veto. ' P.y DAVID LA WHENCE. ' (Special Dispatch to The Reformer.) Copyright 1!22. WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. Political courage or political wisdom? This is the J question which the soldier bonus bill has raised as the table of affirmative and neg ative votes in the senate is examined. Individual senators, regardless of party affiliation, decided for themselves whether they thought it was better poli ties to vote for or against the bonus as the party leaders themselves did not at tempt to secure party harmony, but the record thows that of the senators up for re-election this fall more voted for the soldier bonus bill than against it. On the Republican side, 10 senators favored the measure who are up for re election while 12 senators whose terms expire next March are record "d against the bill. lint, in the latter 12 are four with special cases Swanson of Virginia, who already has been renominated and is assured of election ; Williams of Missis sippi and Myers of Montana, who were not candidates for renominatinn, and New of Indiana vh' was beaten by I'.ev eridge for Republican nomination. Therefore, the total of those who. are really asking for votes this fall and who opposed the lwinus is only eight ('aider of New York, France of Maryland, Fre liiiglmysen of New Jersey, Dupont of Delaware, l'age of Vermont, Pepper and R.'ed of Pennsylvania. Republicans, and King, Democrat, of Utah. Opposition in the East. It will le observed that these senators are with one exception from eastern states where the opposition to the bonus has been most pronounced and where editorial opinion has been attacking the measure Constantly. Analyzing the vole in favor of the bonus with respect to the senators who are up for re-election, the record shows that eight Republicans and 10 Democrats will seek the votes of their constituencies this fall, while Senator Culberson of Texas. Democrat, who favors the bonus, was defeated for renomination, makes the total 1! votes whose terms expire next March if not re-elected. This group of IS, however, is the nucleus around which the entire bonus proposition has centered. They could not afford, they believed, to change their votes in spite of eastern opinion. These men who are up for re-ehstion are Hale of Maine, Kellogg of Minnesota, LaFol- lette of Wisconsin, Lodge of Massachu setts, Sutherland of AVest Virginia, John son of California, Poindexter of Wash ington, Townsend of Michigan, Republi cans; Jones of New Mexico, Ashurst of Arizona, Hitchcock of Nebraska, Gerry of Rhode" Island. Kendrick of Wyoming, Pitt man of Nevada. Pomerene of Ohio, Reed of Missouri, McKellar of Tennes see and Trammel of Florida, Democrats. The votes of Senator lxlge of Massa chusetts and Senator Gerry of Rhode Island are the exception to the rule of western strength for most of those sena tors up for re-election who favored the bonus came from the region west of the Alleghenies. Fixing Cp for 192-1. A good many of the senators, both Re publicans and Democrats, who favored the bonus but who are not up for re election this year come up for renomina tion in 1024, and some of them believed it essential to tf.ke their stand for the bonus so as to head off opposition in pri mary contests- which might get started next year. The question of passing the bonus bill over the presidential) veto is not so un certain as it appeared a few weeks ago. The vote shows that the opponents of the measure are men who are not likely to change their votes when once they are committed. They constitute more than enough to prevent two-thirds from being mustered in favor of the soldier bonus. Tlcse opiMinents are 10 Republicans who are not up for re-election plus seven Re publicans who believe it to their advan tage in the autumn elections to be against the bonus; four Democrats whose terms expire and five Democrats who are not for re-election or a total of '.i'2. In addition to these" there are seven senators who didn't vote and pt.these at least two are against tle honui.r&nd possibly more, so the total opposition is more than :i2, which is a third of the senate strength. Had the votes been below 12, the chances ot passage over a veto would have been bright. The measure must be ironed out in con ference between the two houses, but the general opinion at the capital is that the ycte over the presidential veto would be in i fleet the same as the vote this week. Worcester is making elaborate pren- r . t. ......... , . . u.ii. in inr. me enieria mmeitr ot tri annual regatta of the New England A: i.ii.i 1 I.... .. t i ....... .... I . b r day. La- CONSTIPATION OFTEN POISONS SYSTEM Mrs. lioyce Tells Her Experience. The majority of people suffer from constipation which poisons the whole system and causes coated tongues, bad headaches, foul breath and actual ill ness; in children often results in high fever and worm trouble. These conditions may be quickly re lieved by Dr. True's Elixir, the True Family Laxative and Worm Expeller that has worked wonders for men, women and children since 1ST1. ."I have great faith in your Dr. True's Kii.vir. I give it to my boy, it is doing hiiu much good and I would not be with out a bottle for anything." Mrs. Joseph lioyce. .(Tracey Station, N. It.) Von know the symptoms of chronic con stipation: sour stomach, belching, of rensive breath, heavy dull eyes, constant headaches. and general out-of-sorts, grouchy feeling. Let Dr. True's Elixir help you. 4Uc GOc $1.20. Advertisement. WILLIAMSON'S Twelve Clown Musicians Featuring Saxaphones and Marimba at the Labor Day Concert and Festival Hall, Monday, Seiember 4 8P.M. ,fHfi ;p;vi; Special Music and Decorations ? Prize Waltz $5.00 in gold to best couple Admission 75c per couple Extra Ladies 25c Car Given Away at the Dance Under direction of t Brattleboro Post, No. 5, American Legion Bonny Blue ; Enamel Ware When you purchase a 99 cent article in this ware you receive four keys. The holder of the lucky key is given a $75 steel kitchen cabinet. Every article must be sold before the cabinet is given away. -J BRATTLEB ORO ii Children always need new shoes before starting the school year. We have told you about the "Educator" shoes for boys and girls, and now we can say that these shoes are backed up with right quality. Shoes at lesser prices and we know that the "Godman" shoes cannot be beaten in their grade put us in a position to give you more service for your money this year than ever before. Just a Word About "GoclmanV Shoes These shoes are made in one of the largest factories in the world and it 'is admitted that they put more honest value into every pair than any other makers. In about two years we have sold about 3,500 pairs and have yet to know' of a single pair that has not given satisfactory service. Educator Shoes Growing girls' sizes, 22 to 6 .......... 6.00 Misses' sizes, ll'z to 2 .... 5.00 Children's sizes, 8V2 to 11 .50 Infants' sizes, 5 to 8 4.00 Boys' sizes, 1 to S'z .. .. g' Youths' sizes, 9 to 132 - ?4.o0 Godman Shoes Growing girls' sizes, 22 to 6 3.00 to 4.50 Misses' sizes, lV2 to 2 $2.50 to o.00 Children's sizes, 82 to 11 $2.00 to 2.50 Infants' sizes, 5 to 8 $1.00 ; Boys' sizes, 2V2 to 6 . . $2.55 to $4.00 Youths' sizes, 1 to 2 ................. ...... $2.25 to $2.50 Little Youths' sizes, 8 to 132 ............... .v. $2.00 to $2.50 And there are other makes between and just as carefully selected as to value We always give special attention tothe fitting of growing feet. Then let us fit your children this year. 5 WAGNER S 95-07 Main Street Phone 1121-W The Store of Better Values i