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ONE HUGHES BILL PASSEb This Shows a Break Jn the Opposition. NATIONAL GUARD TO BE t Investigated Superintendent Kelsey'f Trial Is ResumeS The Hearing : ' V Will'Bt Concluded 'This ;v 1 i Afternoon. Albanv. N". Y.', April 1:2. Bv a uunrii inou ot( the rSciwue yesterday mom-' ing passed ' wavemos Iijiffbes' measure calling for -art 'nvtlgattf of the Na tional (liiarii.. -I'll i - jit the. first of the bill belonging to Governor'.- Hughes to. pass bot h branahes w-tae, legislature, and indicated that the long blockade on his inenaisrev -breaking dowrr.- - live- "As, sembly must, again pass thfl bill because, of several' slight ''amendments', but the bill will- reach him- next? .-'week tiftd be tli first -.measure' Jn his' programme to arrive. ': . J' " Tim total f 'Siipennffudoht of Jiisur-' a nee Kelsey Was resumed yesterday, and Attorney flenera! Mayer was the first a it nes. . The defense allege some sen sational facts will be4 persented in the (diim of the afternoon. The ease will be closed tliis atternoon, and the judi cial y committee .will report it to the Senate next week. This progress in the Kelsey case also indicates that the legis lature is steadily yielding to the pressure invoked by the - governor's "appeals to the people." V Friends of ballot reform have asked the governor to make a further appeal on this subject, which is the only one of his recommendations hopelessly buried at present. x FORAKER'S SPEECH TAME. It Caused General Disappointment in , " ..'.. Washington. . Wellington, April 12.- Political Wash ! Ifigtan is greatly disappointed in Senator t Foi aker'e speech at Canton, which seems jto lack the vigor iiBually shown in his 'public addfeases, and which i likely to fail as a voteigetter. President Roosevelt has found in Ohio "the negro he is said to have been e'k ing for a federal offiasi II has appoint- 100 Doses $1 .True only of ' Hood'a Sarsaparilla, In the'uflual (liquid )T form; ot la the new and equally effective tablet form. 100 Poses $1 Ginger Gtapagns, Sarsapa ; rllla, Clnser Al3rTLemon. - BEST IN THE. MARKET. If Yw Grocer Cannot Sup ply You,' Order Direct of EQUINOX SPRING GO, MANCHESTER, VT. FOB SALE BY KENBEICK & CO. THE AVERILL MUSIC COMPANY MUSIC ' EDISON PHONOGRAPHS BASE BALL GOODS Rooms Over Times Office, Third . Floor, L M. Averill Building Open every day this week from 2 to 6 P. M, VAlso Wednesday and Saturday eveninc ' ' V-' THE AVERiii MUSiG COMPANY Fresh Cooked at A. GIACHINO' Telephone , 135-11 .To get them ready 155 North Mala St., Barre, V. EI'.Er, WINE AND IRON, line tor tprlag Itjtnss and uoates au RED CROSS PHARMACY. I SPAGHETTI The Reason Why We endorse VINGL; BECAUSE Vinol is not a patent- medicine --but a real cod "liver' preparation vitri the useless oil eliminated and tonic iron added. BECAUSE Vinol replaces weakness with strength. THAT'S WHY we recom mend Vinol for pulmonary diseases and wiry it creates strength for old folks and weak, sickly persons. Try it on our guarantee. RICHER T & WELLS, Druggists c Ralph Tyler of Columbus as auditor at the navy department with a salary 014,000. This is hi reply to the Ohio machine, Which opposed trie appointment of a negro for a federal position in that state; he takes the man to Washing ton. ' ' The movement fur another term for Boowvelt is spreading; more states and men have Indorsed hitn; but the situa tion takes a humorous turn when John Temple Graves of Georgia, suggest that M.i- 1 .1.. ' hi i wiiuiun .i, rsrvan piace nooseveit in nomination in the IX-mocratie conven- tkm as that party's -'candidate; Colonel HM'an, -however, retuses to -promise to do so rmless conditions change; be fav ors Jft FolMte if a Republican must be Selected, to head t lis Democratic ticket. Congressman Ixmgwoil'hv who is supposed to be near the president, has -declared himself in favor of the nomination of William H.' Tafi. and savs he has noth ing to add V lwevelt's statement in relation to another .term. ' LONDON PAPEJ? RIDICULES DELMAS-JEROME ORATORY. ' ,,. - ' - It "Would Disgust an English Judge and Jury Alike. London. April 1?, Commenting in the trial at New York of Harry K. Thaw for the minder of Stanford -White, the Kvenlng Standard today ridicule the oratory of .Messrs, ''Delmas and Jerome an being "flapdoodle,"; say it considers Mr, 3imai the worst sinner, in this respect, and adds that it "seemed a if a minor poet had been left loose upon the court. Tlie paper inquires if it i possible that a. jury of practical experienced men could be influenced by uch empty rhetoric," and eaya : " Oratory of such a kind i inconceiv able in an Englinh court. It would dis gust the judge and jury alike and pro voke a bitter remonstrance even from the prisoner at bar." ,' CONFERENCE AT HAGUE. United Statea Formally Invited to "Peace Conference. Washington, April 12. The State De partment ban received from Minister ,VM iSftindHen, of the Xetherlandu, the formal, .notification of the meeting of t he .(HHtmd Hague Peace Cmferem,e on June 13. The note of the' Netherlands Minister ayrs' that he has jij.it received thiis'Adviee from the Minister of For eicn iAffaji-a of the Government of her Majesty," and ho adda that he lias also invited Mexico, to which country he is also accredited, to eernl delegate to the conference. . . : It is probable that Secretary Root will be ready to announce the names of the delegate to the conference tonight or tomorrow. BANK AS A REFORMER. Concern Gives 5 to Drunkards Who'll ' . Stop Drinking. , Chicago, April 1?. A premium of $3 a. head for all Chicago drunkards who will reform for a year ha been offered by the Union Trust company bank. An each man makes the promise lie mill re-eeive-'a certificate of identification which he will take to the bank and have the "V" placed to his account, free. Every month thereafter he will be required to deposit at lca.Jt ?2 to show that he mean to tread the straight and narrow path in the future, PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT ia guaranteed to cure any ca of itching, blind, bleeding or protruding piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c. STRIKERS STAMPEDE. More Than 700 Return to Work at Lo- rafn Yesterday .Morning. Lorain, 0., April 12.- There was a reg ular stampede among the strikers re turning to work at the local yard of the American (Shipbuilding company yes terday. The number of men who, went back is estimated at between Too and SOU. Every joiner who was out went beck, and this department r running with a full force. The blacksmith department is also opening with nearly its full quo ta. , Tho carpenter hop ia alno running nearly to its capacity. For Mothers Greatest Care Needed in Selecting Rigrjt Food for Baby. Every mother should consult her phy sician befoTe deciding what food ,to ue for her little one. More icKiicii is caused by the injudicious ue of con densed milk and ordinary cow'a milk than from all other causes. Among the Jialf dozen foods that phy-, sieiang recommend, no one i more highly esteemed tlian Jutstfood, as when pre pared in accordance with the simple, di rection for use, it is phy.ically the name as mother's milk, containing bono and tooth-forming material that obviate all fear of soft teeth or tickets, and as it, is very delicate and easily aUwrlwd, the baby 'holds it down anl thus gain' all the food nourishment. It i the mot economical of all art S llcial foods for the baby, costing 50 cent s, $1.00 or $1.50, according to the fize of the package. Sold by drufrjiists. When tlie largest package is bought, a weal for the little bnly coM.a tw than a peuny. Liberal samplo of Jufllood will b sent free to any mother. Justfood Co., 60 No. Fraukllu street, Syracuse, N. Y. INSULTS HEAD OF THE DUMA Reactionary Openly Accuses A. Golovih v OF FAVORING "THE LEFT" Otfender at Once Suspended-President' Motion Carried by a Large Major ity -Monarchist Leaves House : Shouting Threats. Si. Petersburg. Apiil 12. M". Pmii- kevich, Monarchist member of the lower houe of. Parliament from Besarabia, and vice-president of the Union of the True Russian People, wai suspended ,at this morning's fitting! of the lower house of Parliament for insulting President Golo- vm. The incident arose when M. Purish kevich suddenly called upon the mem bers to rise as a mark of respect for the persons murdered by Revolutionists, wnerenpon M. tioiovm declared the pro posal out of order. M. Puriahkevieh then shouted: - i - -' - "You' to not president of the Iiuma. but of the Left." M. Golovih prompt lv moved M. Purih- kevich' suspension during-' the Kitting, and the motion was carried by a large majority. . M. Purishkevich then left the house,. threat eninjr the president. rnnce Vasilchikoff, the minister or agriculture, and M. von Kauffman, the minister of education, were present at the sitting, but withdrew after the Pur- ishkevieh incident. ; Approved by All Faction. M. Golovin's firmness in defending the dignity of the chair is approved by all factions except a few reactionary fa natics. Count Pobrinfcy, president , of the Constitutional Conservative : party, and Monarchist tueinlf- Of Parliament from Tuladeclared that M. Purinhkc- vich'a action was not approved by his party, lie added that M. Purislikevich had been justly brought to book for un warranted unparliamentary eluva on the president. ln tonstitutionai Democrats will to :lay propose a resolution referrinft tlie agrarian question to a committee in the nope ot ending th prontlesa debate, which last year continued throughout the whole session. The Contitutional Democrats will also move the, appointment of a eommitt.ee to report as quickly a jsible a bill providing for the inviolability of the person. They wislv to pass tliia nieaji ure as tbe first constructive legislation of Parliament. Count Bobrinsky say the Monarchists are willing to accept such a bill. ' President Golovln followed up Wed nasday's letter of defiance to Premier Stolypiu with a communieation' tirotest ing against the presence in the nails of Parliament of representatives of the palace guard, who are controlled by the central police administration. Have No Right to Enter. According to parliamentary Ktatntes, tbe police have no right to enter the precincts of Parliament unless requested to do so by the president. , M. Stolypin's answer to the first let ter of M. Golovin hai been received. The premier brusquely reiterates hl de mand for the exclusion, of outside ex perts from the committees, and intimate that he will order the palace guards to exclude them from the sessions of the committees in case of necessity. The premier adds that the regulation of the preceding Parliament, on which the claim of the right to employ experts was based, have never been published, and, therefore, have no legal status. Finally, the premier explains that his action in writing to M. Golovin was in spired by a desire to uome to an agree ment without resorting to extreme measures. : 'fr f ; fr?t Minister of Marine DikWf ia ptcpiiiSi;g a report urging the hastening of the conwniction of improved DueadnaughU, which iU form the backbone of Ru sia's ricv naval programme and for which only Parliamentary credits are provided, for, in the budget. Hie marine minister now contemplates increasing the tonnage of the Russian Dreadnauglils to 22,S0O" tons, and ha finally decided to equip them with turbine engines. LORD CROMER QUITS OFFICE. Sir Eidcn Gout Succeeds as British Agent in Egypt London, April 12. Foreign Secretary Grey announced in the House of Com mon yesterday that Lord Cromer, the British agent and consul general in Egypt, had resided his post becaue of ill health, and that tSir Eldon Gorst had been apyiointcd to succeed him. , Earl Cromer (Evelyn Baring) has been the r.ritUh agent and consul gen eral in Egypt since 1883. He formerly occupied oiher diplomatic positions, in cluding thoe of private eeerelsry to the Earl of Northbrook when the latter was viceroy of India, 1S72-76; commis sioner of tho Egyptian public debt, 1877-79, and financial member of the council of . the governor general of India, 1SH0. The reports of Ldrd Cromer on the progress of the various adminS-ttrative departments of the Egyptian ' govern ment, issued by the Foreign Cilice April 3, dealt at length with the ant i -British movement known as "Egyptian na tionalism," which he described as a plant "of exotic rather than indigenous growth," and as beingi "deeply tinged with pan-lMsmism," thereby meaning, he added, "a combination ' of all .Mos lems throughout the world to defy anil rctist' the Christian powers'." Viewed in thiSy.aspect, the report continued, the movement required to be watched care fully by all Eurojwan nations, as 'it might possibly lead to sporadic out IviiiKts in different parts of tho world. ," .Sir Eklon (JorsC -lias been assistant under secretary of state for foreign af fairs since J 904, lie was Inirn iii N'cw Zealand in lfU and entered the diplo matic service, as sm attaebo In 1SS3. Hu became controller of direct taxes for the Egyptian government in -18D0, under the secretary of state for finance in J8!H, sdriser ta the ministry of the interior in-ISO and financial adviser to the Egyptian government, 1808-1904. DON'T WAIT TOO LONG. At the Jn-st sign of backache or pain in the region of the kid ney, or-- weakness end urinary trouble, '-the ..'.following. ...simple... . prescription? shrmUV, be. used; Fluid extract dahdelinn, one half ounce; compound Kargon, . one ounce j compound syrup sar sa pari 11a, three ounecs. Take a . teaspoonful After-each and ir ,at iH'dtime.i - ; : -A ... v. . . ' l " . ' .. ' Any gciod prescription pharma cy will supply those three in gredients at small cost, which can easily be mixed by shaking I Avctl in a . bottle. This is said ';'to furce the kidneys to filter tl.e sour acids and, poisons from, the blood, overcoming (the worrt cases of rheumatism. ' , , KNOWS .NOTHING OF TREATY. Fielding Speaks Officially For Canada on Relations With tJ. S. Ottawa, April. 12. Mr. Lewis of West Huron, asked the Government in the House of Commons yesterday if there was any, truVu in ine report from 'ash in'ton "as to a trent.y being drafted be tween Great Britain and the United States in respect to the appointment of a - joint high commission between Canada and the United States. He ssid he hoped is was not correct. Mr. Field ing, minister of finance, who is acting premier,' replying, said: - "1 have no information on the "stib jeet and it i safe to assume that the newpaper reports of that character are not reliable." - TO INSTALL WATER METERS. Fair Haven Voters Also Decide to Buy a Road Roller Officers Elected. Vair '''Haven. Am-il 12. Id the hone of husbanding the water supply, which has been decreasing seriously during the last, few vears. it haa been voted to reinstall the 'meter system, which waa at use Here some year ago. it was aiso voted to construct a new highway from Mechanic street to Caernarvon street, and to call it Third street; and to buy . iteam roller fov not, more than S3.20O. to.be paid for in installments of $00 a year. .;', : .' '. 'u': . K! tk y , . ", i.. I i i ' i " 1 ' , tj WILLIAMS' KIDNEY FILLS. Have yon neglected your kidneyst tem and caused trouble with your kid- loins, Bide, back, groin and bladder? 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Thy, contain no harmful drugs, and" leave no -effect upon the heart or stomach if taken as directed. They five prompt relief. "I kav been an Invalid' fr t years. I have tiiirIeia. rhmmatlsm n4 palna eround the-liart. By nslnt- Dr. Miles' Antl-?aln Fills 1 am r!ievei ot the pain, and t eleei eni rent 1 thfnk had I knewn if tk Patn Pllle when I was first taken eiclc. they would have curi! ra. 1 r!'-trnBnfl thm for perlfxllo pains." MBS. HMNBY IX'KK. E. Akren.O. , Or. Miles' Antl-Paln PIHs are sold by your druggist, who wHI auarantee that tss first paekige will baneflt. If It fiita, ha wilt return yaue manay. ti eesss, 2S eents. Never cold In bulk. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind Alpha Bread Flour, per bbl. , J5.50 Pillaburs Best Flour, per bbL , 5. 50 Silver Leaf, all-round Flour, per bbl, - - - - 4.75 Hencklc'a- Bread Flour, per bbl., 5.25 Hencklc's Pastry Flour, per bbl,, 4.75 Pennant's Bread Fbur, per bbL , 5. 00 Best' Pork Sausage in the city, per lb., - - - - - - 10c He J. Smith's Market PHONE 337-2. 3G7 No. Main Street, Barrc, Vt. AntiAih Cures to O . S L 3 For Jftle ty Ceo. t, Edwn, 1y"illisrruitowo FLOUR BASE BALL OPENS UP Boston Americans Take Great Game' From Athletics IN FOURTEEN INNINGS Coombs Pitched a Strong Game for Thirteen and Then Weakened, Allowing Four Hits and Giving a Pass. Philadelphia, April 12. The Boston and Philadelphia Americans opened tbe baseball season in a hair-rai-ing game of fourteen innings, which finally went to Boston yb a score of 8 to 4. Coombs was inthe box fpr the. home team and hold the visitors welt until tho fourteenth when four safe hits and a fiee pass gave the visitors ' four runs and the game. Young pitched eight inninjr and Tanne Idll finiMiPd the game for Boston. Both held the home sluggers; sAfelr. The field ing on both sides was rather erratic. The Athletics scored first in the thiid inning on Knight's hit, Coombs facri fi.e and an error 1y- Wogner on-an at tempt to 'field Cross grounder. Sulli van, the new Boston outfielder, saved a score or two by making a brilliant catch of Seybold's long rap.. Boston evened up in the next inning on an error by Knight, Freeman's sacrifice and Ferris' two-baser. . :'."-, . , The visitors had a bad seventh inning when tschreek singled after Murphy had fanned. Lord fiied to Wagner and Sohreek stole. Then Knight tripled and Hoey followed with a muff of Coombs' fly, bringing in two scores. The first irian up for Boston's in the ninth, Ferris, landed for a bome run over the right field fence. Wagner was out and Crigcr drew a pass. Shaw, batting for Young, forced Criger', Then Murphy fumbled (Sullivan's grounder, and a single by Colling and a double by Un glaub brought in two runs, putting the visitors one ahead. Tannehill went into the -. box . and Schreck opened up with a double. Lord was out but Collins failed to get Schreck at the plate on Knight's offer. Coombs funned and Knight was out at home on Harts!' Tap. ! with the score thus tied, the teams went four more' irining with each side easily disposed of. Tho fourteenth open ed up with Tannehill at the batt. Mur phy threw him out, but Sullivan came to time with double. - tioombs pasej Collins. I'nglaud landed for a triple, scoring wuilivsn and Collins. Hoey foul ed out, but Freeman made a home run. Ferns singled and stole second, hut Wag tier closed the inning by fanning. Tbe home players went out in one, two, three order, Ferris taking Murphy's fly, Hoey gathering in fcchrcck's ditto and' Collins taKing fiords foul. Other American League Scores. At Washington New York 3, Wash ington 2. At St. Louis St. Louis 1, Chicago 0. At DetroitDetroit 2, Cleveland 0. National League Scores. At Boston Wet prounds. , At .New York Philadelphia 0, New ierfc 0 (forfeited because crowd swann ed cn field). , At Chieaeo Chicago. 6, St. Louis 1. At Cincinnstd Cincinnati 4, Pittsburg 3. VICTIM OF "HOODOO" MILL. George Larsen Killed at Dorset on Wed nesday. Dorset, April 12. The climax to a series of accident which have given rise to tbe name of the "Hoodoo came yes terday at the Shuttleworth marble mill, whtrif-George Ijirsen of ew ork, aged 33 iyuis and boss of a gang of eight men is ho were moving a big fly-wheel, met his death in a peculiar manner, the exact caue being mystery. Larsen was pinned now by the fly-wWl, which weichs three tonsand which alinoed off the. skids at the men were rolling it into the mill, lie Vas caught under one of the spoke, and wa quickly released without a mark on hi bodv but suc cumbed to the nervous shock, it is be lieved, ten minutes later. Tho only ap parent explanation of the man's death is that the pressure f the poko on hi stomach in the region of the solar plexus, a TierToua cent er, brought a total physi cal collapse. There is a general feeling here that an autopsy should be held to determine just why the man died, and the selectmen of the town may be called upon to take iome action in the, mat ter. ' Slipped oa the Skids. Larsen, who was a millwright, had no relatives here, having cow to town two weeks ago to superintend the placing of the fly-wheel. Shortly after 6 o'clock Wednesday evening the wtiee. was being rolled into the mill on skids by Larsen and his men. Suddenly the wheel slip ped and fell over toward Larcn, who was caught underneath one of tho spokes and pinned down.: Between the spoke and the ground there was a space of seven inches, the spoke resting across the man'a etomach. ' .' The man was released by .his fellow workmen, but was almost unconscious. Dr. John Cochrane was summoned and administcted restoratives, which failed, however, to restore Larsen The body is held here to await orders. Larsen was not married and had no .relatives so far as i known, except a young brother or nephew, who resides in Brooklyn, N7 Y. Tlie letter's namo is said to be Baint Larsen. An attempt will be made to communicate with him, after which the body probably will be taken to New York f or 'burial.' WOMAN DK0PS DEAD, Mrs, John H. Moore, of St. Johnsbury, Member of Cecelian Quartette. St. Johnsbury, April 12. Edith, wife of John If. Moore, fell dead yesterday morning at her home in Summerville. She is survived by her husband, two sons, hr parents, Capt.. end Mr. K. L. Pevery, and three sisters. Mr Meore wtrs a member of the Ceclian quartet, a well know musical organization. A V'l,aW,S''-' ..v ..uooUfiH Jx 'A A -T " J ivCfLade from NX the greatest feasors why "HONEST r- v., We riv :i' )'kXV.' 131 TWO SISTERS KILLED. Run Down by an Express on Their Way Home. 1 i S3 '.".' ''. Worcester, Mass., April 12. Lena, 19 years old, and Mary' Beele,' 21.,' daugh ter of Mrs. Louise De.rosier, both of them: clerks in a department atore, were killed together 'Wednesday night wniie on their way home from work. Jft nwk- mm y : .. Nnt rtdmn of Alcohol free w. Positive A soda cracker should be the most nutri tious and wholesome of all foods made, from wheat Comparative But ordinary soda crackers absorb moist ure, collect dust and become stale and soggy long before they reach your table There is however, one Superlative soda cracker at once so pure, so clean, so crisp and nourishing that it stands alone in its supreme excellence the naras i3; Uneeda:; Biscuit y': 1$ In adustthht, (L, moisture proof package. 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H inrr n ,ho)t cut from til Hamond stret cro-ving t their home on Cante-biiry stjec'. they sralkpd down the railrns.i trmk Trie Albany expire as three ho'iii later, and a ckmd of steam hi I from t'l1 ir!, as tlj.v "tepped f om rwhind a. freight train. When the st "t .cleared away, engi neer Men '"U saw the girls rolling down an embankment. Tiie todies of ti,e si--ters were jMlvl up on .the bank at ths rear of the. houre-in uich they lived. "fioctoi p'rewrLrJ very little, it any, a.co hot these days. They prefer strong tonics -.ft ,tf.rf!tres. This is all in keeping with rnoderrS medical science. It explains why Aver's Sarsaparilla Is now made entirely from aiconoi. ask your uvwivi. tin no ! ! V-e jjnl-'ifh thftfbrvsli- of at I our tWrt ins. X.owH. Ml.... 1 BISCUIT COMPANY VERMONT. lartmenl COATS, SKIRTS and WAISTS. figures and are always P'0hMy '' for ths ' Witt, Kit U ' I Dei