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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; MONDAY, XOVEMBER G 1922.
3 Ruddy Cheeks Sparkling Eyes j Most Women Can Have j Says Dr. Edwards, a Well-Known Ohio Physician -Df.F. M.Edwards for 17years treated scores of women for liver and bowel ail ments. During these years he gave to his patients a prescription made of a few well-known vegetable ingredients mixed with olive oil, naming them Dr. Edwards Oiive Tablets. You will know them by their olive color. These tablets ere wonder-workers on the liver and bowels, which cause a nor mal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous matter in one's system. If you have a pale face, eallow look, dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, head aches, a listless, no-good feeling, all out of sorts, inactive bowels, you take one of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly for a time and note the pleasing results. Thousands of women and men take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tabletsthe suc cessful substitute for calomel now and then just to keep them fit. 15c and 30c. Heimessy's 3 Star Cigar on this very liberal Money Back Guarantee Just light her up' right then; and there and if you don't like it get your money back at once ! No strings tied to this guarantee. You ' :in buy one, or a box full, try 'em out and if you "no like" return the bal ;:ire and reixdve full refund of en tire purchase price! Why can we give this strong guarantee? Because among real he-smokers, men who really know a good smoke. !'..' out of every l.fKK) men like "Ilenispssv's 3 Star Cigars" right off tlu- bat! ALL' LEADING DEALERS. DeWiU Grocery Company Wholesale Distributors Brattleboro, Vt. AVe eonld tell you some things about "Ilennessy's ! Star Cigar" that might easily convince you it is the best popular priced smoke made. Hut the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Therefore we say to you buy Your money does double duty protects your depev dents while they need it, pays you a liberal in come when you need it. New contract. See N. A. HOWE, Agent Brattleboro, Vermont Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. Hartford Sometime Ago We Said Something In this space about MO!6e(, the extra fire risks i . ii .1 mat wcrt? uuuiiu' ' to develop when cold weather came, NATIONAL! A530CIATIOM OF due ' to heatio conditions. It hasn't been very cold yet,, but the fire loss in Vermont for one week (the past month was over one million dollars. : Have you attended to your extra protection? - Walter S. Pratt Insurance Covering Every Need American Building Phone 759 Do You Realize how often people trip in the dark over a rug or chair? : This sounds ordinary, yet most in juries are met in the day's ordi nary routine. Accident and Health Insurance provides an insurance income that pays "rainy day" expenses caused by injury or sickness. Everyone dependent on his earn ings needs this form of insurance. Ask about Insurance Income. II. E. Taylor & Son Insurance You Can Depend On - -. Brattleboro, Vt G. 0. P. DESIRES - HARDING 'RETIRE Leaders Feel He Lacks Nec essary Qualifications of Leadership SHOULD DRIVE CONGRESS TO ACT Course In Rail and Coal Strikes Not Satisfactory to Either Side Should Have More Definite Foreign Policy Democrats Even Weaker. Iiy DAVID LAWRENCE.; (Special Despatch to The lleformor.) Copyright 11)22. WASHINGTON. Nov. President Harding is today in midstream with, the tides of his own party running against him. - Personally popular, respected and es teemed, Harding has failed to convince many of the influential leaders of the Republican party that he has made the best use of his opportunities in the last two years. They are not ready to say he shall not be nominated for a second term in 192-1 they are sympathetic with any effort he may make in the next two years to retrieve his mistakes, and they wish him success because they would J i' i'v i i iiviui waif una iutii. iuv c n, luii- test inside the party but the prevailing impression is that President Harding is not sufficiently aggressive, not possessed f enough initiative to lead the party n these most trying years of regenera tion. For the Republican party is in process of evolution. .Leadership never was more essential. The nation is aching r be led it is tired of following will o' the wisp politicians and it is even ivre ' tired of congress and its dilatory ways, .'resident llardmsr is being criti- ized more for his lack of leadership than' nv one thing. The country accepted it first his argument that the legislative and executive branches of the govern ment should be kept independent, but now it believes Harding has taken his own doctrine too literally. Must Have One Leader. -We voted in 1920." said one Repub- j lican editor, "to do away with the dio itorpliin of Woodrow Wilson, but wet didn't expect the pendulum to swing ck the other way altogether. e must have one-man leadership." And that expresses the sentiment of most Republican leaders with whom the writer has talked. They think Harding has made his greatest mistake by allow ing congress to run its own course with out regard to the best interests of the party. As if m illustration of this point, Republican chieftains without exception and dozens of editors, unanimously agree that Harding's veto o the bonus was the most popular act of his admin istration." WhyV Because he overruled congress: because lie tooK tne Dir in nis teeth and did a courageous thing in a political year; because he followed his T convictions. Even many who think he was unwise to veto the soldier bonus bill concede his courage. ' The thing which hurt Harding more than anything else was his attitude dur ing the rail and coal strikes. There is a feeling that" he waited too long be fore bringing pressure to bear on the coal miners and operators. There is also a. widespread notion that the Presi dent wobbled in handling the shopmen's strike. Many in his own party will never forgive him for being willing, to restore seniority rights to the strikers, and a great many more for laboring men are -more numerous than employers : will never forgive him for permitting the attorney general to apply the in junction process to labor. Still another group commends the use of the" injunc tion as a. weapon of protection for the public, but insists that the railroad ex ecutives were equally guilty of con- spiracy to; restrain. commerce if two orcratic party. From coast to coast, the mre ot tnem enterea into agreements rif((, enC0untered evidence of Demo or understandings which by concerted' r disintegration. Again and again, actio,, against their employes had the h found states where the leading Demo effect of restraining interstate commerce. , mts ,.ave jospaired of getting anvwhere Ihe injunction is criticized by them as j v cU,gilg to the Democratic standard one-sided. . , n'nd have joined the dominant party. If Hope He Will Retire. all Democrats become Republicans, the 1 . . . ... . L . 1 . rip.-irlv I,P.i,lnnt TTor.lSn- .lMn'f i piease any group, lie gave an impres sion of indecision which has been seized upon by critics as a characteristic trait of his whole administration. In looking to 1024, there are Republican leaders who think there are other men in the . n.'t-n- urc uiiut uivu in me 1arty of more commanding personality ;j man liarume. -inev sav asrain am again they hope the President will not run that he will voluntarily withdraw. "I guess he is tired of the job, anyhow," is the comment the leaders usually make. Fart of this is based upon a fear that w w i : Til i ..a ... i . .. . f 'L J 7k'Ib1," -.n l .. nielli! it U ujki ilia. m- Demoorats may get back into power if Harding is forced into the rcce. The revolt inside the Republican party is dangerous, but not well organized. It will gain momentum and support from elements not now friendly to it, if the next two years of I'resident Harding's administration are like the last two. Irrespective of how one feels about the jnerits of the question uppermost in the public mind the fact is the country will demand that an impressive start, at least, be maU on the following prob lems : Agriculture, Tariff and Taes. (t) The government's relation to agricultural credit must be more posi tive and helpful. (2) The inequitable phases of the tariff must be removed and the elastic provisions of the law actually applied. (,"?) Further reductions in taxes must be made, and this means corresponding cuts in government expenses. (1) . Whether by insurance certifi cates or some other plan, the bonus sentiment of the soldiers and sailors and their friends cannot be ignored. If it cannot be satisfied, it must be placated. 'Ti e veto of tlie bonus bill merely post poned solution of the problem.- It's a live issue and most of those who were gratified at the President's vet? felt happy because America's fiscal condition wasn't upset. They weren't concerned so much- with the principle 6f a bonus. If the , government could devise a way to meet the desires of - , the ex-service men without bringing, on what business men -fear mmrly. a shock to business or even a panic they wouldn't oppose. A Negative Foreign Policy. (51 America's foreign policy is noti satisfying the thoughtful members of any political party: Far from seeking Amer ican participation in the league of na- nop? tne writer rareiy nearu tt:e leaKue.diseussed-T!-it .'m nevertheless trm that the country for the most part is still Low Grade Fuels. Will Give You No Concern if You Stanley C I IE sole source of power in any automobile heat from the fuel. Already it is necessary this heat out of lower grade fuels. The common method is to atomize the fuel by the at mosphere and explode it. The Stanley method is to vaporize kerosene by heat in the burner itself, and burn it there. The Stanley method is positive it permits combustion of fuel uniformly under all conditions with assurance. None of the heat is consumed in " idling " at crossings. But while the heat must be taken from the fuel in a positive manner, the all-important thing is a good ride. There are additional elements which go to make com fortable transportation flexibility, silence, absence of vibration, lack of self-destructive effort, long life, controi , r and in these there are sound reasons for the Stanley's supremacy. . If you want greater comfort in transportation, then you are ready to learn more about the new Stanley. We would like to demonstrate it to you. The Stanley is for those who are ready for it. Stanley Brattleboro Co. 50 Canal St., Brattleboro waiting patiently lor Harding to -offer) his substitute an association of nations. A leadership on foreign affairs would help .Harding's prestige immensely. The respect and admiration for Secretary of State, Hughes is nationwide, but the idea set,ins to prevail that both Harding and Hughes are pursuing a negative policy and in doing so. that American trade and commerce and prosperity are bound to suffer. -(G) The whole, country is waiting to se whether Harding will bow to the will of congress, which is lukewarm, if not opposed altogether to ship subsidy, or force the measure through in the na tional interest. Democrats Need Rebirth. Oniy one t:i:ng can save President Harding assuming that he doesn't solve anv of the foregoing problems and drifts ' along behind congress and that's the state or disorganization or tue uemo- a"er win gei w lop-neavy jn nu i wi? as to onng uixhii a spur. were xiaru ing nominated and running for office to morrow, he would be elected the Demo crats have no effective organization. Two years from now the story may be different. The demands of the West. 1 . i 1 - . . - IT 1 i .... .t i.-,. i, ..... "7 - probi ed lor on i . -i. - t. in the Republican party or a rebirth of the Democratic party President Hard ing is indeed in midstream, but if wishes count for anything, many of those who criticize him most severely are the very who are hoping against hope that he will take hold of himself and vigor ously breast the tides. Lithuania's New Currency. On Aug. 0 the Lithuanian Constituent asmbly passed a law establishing a new monetary system instead of the German marks, which circulated in Lithuania under the name of "ost marks." The unit is called "lit" and its par value equals one-tenth of an American .dollar. The lit is divfded into 1(K) cents. Regin ninir Oct. 1 (the day of issuance of the ! new paper lits) all transactions in Lith uania are to be calculated under tne new currency. Other currency circulating in Lithuania (ost marks, ost rubies and (Jerman marks) are to be changed into lits on or before .Ian. 1, 1923. Both Satisfied. Marjorie and Fddie had both been told that they must write letters of thanks for the outside Christmas gifts they had received. Marjorie sat down and quickly w rote : "Thank you so much for the fountain pen. It's what I've always needed.' o- Meanwhile Eddie was chewing the end of his penholder for inspiration. At his sister laid aside her first letter, he serreptitiously glanced at it. Then he wrote : "Thank you so much for the handker chiefs. They're what I've always needed." Ladies' Home Journal. iNEUMONIA Call a physician. Then begin "emergency" treatment with VapoRub Ovr 17 Mittfanjan Used Yearly Own a h the to cet U7 U Vk3 W. URGES VERMONT " VOTERS TO GET OUT John Barrett Thinks Size of Vote May Have Influence on Number of Congressmen. Editor of The Reformer: y I respectfully suggest that you emphasize to your readers the neces sity of both Republicans and Demo crats going ta the polls Tuesday for the sake of Vermont's influence even if they are not interested in issues or candidates. The size of the state's total vote may be a deter mining factor in the next congress on the question of enacting a new .apportionment law. With an in creased population allotment, Ver mont would have but ono congress man. - - K Having just completed a speaking tour of 12 critical states, meeting senatorial and congressional candi dates and editors, and being intro duced as I proudly insisted, as from Vermont as well as Washington, I repeatedly in conferences gnined the impression that a big total vote in proportion to population would save the situation for Vermont. I am not exaggerating, but am practicing what I preach by return ing to Grafton to cast my vote. JOHN BARRETT. Boston Nov. 4, 1922. ALL .MILK FROM TESTED HERDS. Montpelier Gets Healthy Milk Sixty One Herds Recently Tested. MONTPELIER. Nov. G. Sixty-one herds containing 007 head have been given the T. II. tent in dairies about Montpelier and of this number J83 have reacted. Infection was found in 20 of the (1 herds tested leaving '.Zl herds which were found wholly free of bovine tuberculosis. Th percentage of reactors was U.'i.O. This cleans up the herds of all dealers who arc selling milk in Montpelier. A check up of the list furnished by the health department to the bureau of ani mal industry shows all herds tested. Two or three dealers are buyers of milk and (hi not have cattlenf thMr own but they are purchasing their supply from tested herd. Many people are particular about their food. Good, wholesome ineals usually satisfy. Baker's Certified Flavoring Hx tracts are made for particular people. 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