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WERE BEATEN TO A FRAZZLE Ethans Had a Atlserable Time In Barre GOT BUT A SINGLE STRING Tbe Calumeti Allowed Them One, But the Crescents Took All Five in SUte League Matches Last Night. Peptiron PillsSS trwifilion th ttrrniw-h, sM dlinisilnn. sn.t pm inut sws.it, rUiil, nnturnl Tlu-v art ctiu-'olsts-'-fisOwl, iuiAil4tltla Ul (Its Hlt'iuicTl six silr A-nhMilntd, ikimI (lis Imai tin iti.-iiiA 1o ,imi'', pt, iMrvouit smt lyMiitit ttwit, wtiwi nil i-hdsii-it, Mtid all niitrnrert b'nm tli ttTvl m ttis tttrwnumti'lM of UMl.iy. I'rirs ftfc-. fir fl. Of druuitsls or ly nmll. I' 1 HishI IVi., IsihsM, Miwa, If MiUU ( Jluutl It', Goad. ALSO AT M0NTPEL1ER. Etbani Cot But Two Strings Out of Tea Yesterday Afternoon. The Ethans ujn fulfil badly at the hand of the two Min i liT teams yes terday afternoon, getting but a single string from each. Tim scores: Capitals. O'lVU ...... Ki:i 181 m 1ST JK)H tiill ......... HW 177 104 .. . . ."Xi'l (iisltrcy 150 175 32.". lhilcy 18.1 V. 151) 173 ins - H77 The Ethan of Burlington howled the two Barre team In the tate league at Buzzcll's alloys last evening and wer trimmed to a finih, winning only one came out of tins ten played. The Cain nets let them have one game out of the five rolled off, but th (Yescents were not so polite to tiie visitor and took every came. Trenoweln of the Ire cente made the highest single total of 2'-'0 and Walh of the Calumet the bent f game total of t!)1. The score: Calumets. Averill 17 m 17R 15 l"-- RR1) Pouglasa Walsh ... Barrow tea ma . (ii-vcy . .151 1.18 100 151 ltft 800 .156 '14 214 224 215 003 4S.1 SI 4 501 53.1 861 2032 Ethans. ..172 10(1 147 lfi7 171 847 . .ISO 174 155 16.1 187 8(W ..182 128 180 13 173 826 - 84.1 402 4 82 403 5312541 Crescents. Smith 101 157 18.1 174 182 887 Trenoweth ...163 1H0 101 178 22u 027 Nute 181 152 147 130 185 815 533 478 521 502 5032029 Ethans. Barrows IrtS 100 13(1 157 178 707 btevns (larvey .153 150 135 157 178 782 .120 150 137 148 204- 771 447 475 408 482 5582350 SHAMROCKS WON. Defeated Clerks in City Candle Fin . League Last Night. The Shamrock took two out of three string from the Clerks in the city can dle pin league last night, the scores being as follows: Clerks. Parker 82, 70 78 237 Clark 72 83 . . 155 A. McNeil i .. . . 78 7S Talbot ...93 83 00 208 Tassie 72 70 78 220 Gilley 95 82 77 254 Totals 4U 403 3001218 Shamrocks. T. Kenefiok 71 78 ' 81230 Canning .05 84 76 225 Marrion 74 81 74 220 levers 84 84 01 250 J. Kenefick 75 101 OH 272 Totals 380 428 . 4181215 533 532 5(4 518 530-2017 Ehana. ..100 132 201 101 10.1 807 ..148 1KU Mil 1J2 153- 700 (iarvey 208 102 2n0 lfll 117 8S7 Barrows Stearns . Smith , Al.lx.lt Holt .. Barrows Stearns , (.larvey . 610 404 558 401 4032533 Pastimes. ,.101 157 100 138 100 873 ,.141 108 181 185 152 857 ,.103 107 177 231 172 013 405 522 557 857 5142045 Ehans. ..18!) 234 177 150 179 020 ,.150 2d I 158 180 152 850 ,.153 101 203 153 140 818 402 600 638 402 477- 505 MORSE VISITS WALL STREET. Permission to Leave Tombs Temporarily Is Granted. New York, Feb. 10. Charles W. Morse, who was sentenced on Nov. 6 of last year to serve fifteen yearn in the federal prison at Atlanta, (io., for violation of the hanking law s and who since has been kept locked up in tim Tombs pending his appeal, lett the prison in Center street Wednesday afternoon for the llrst time since hi imprisonment began and drove directly to Wall street. 1 here be tran sacted various business with his former associates, and after an hour returned to the Tombs. The permission for Wednesday's little excursion into the financial district is to continue as long as Morse is confined in the Tombs, ami he will muke the trip often, if hot every day. BLOCKADING BY LA FOLLETTE He Tries Insurgent Tactics on Post Office Bill - SHARP REPLY TO RESPONSE Wisconsin Senator Protests Against Im mediate Consideration of Post Office Appropriation Bill, Carrying J6,000,000. MAY BE PROVIDENCE BURGLARS. f is n n mm For? :estiofi Aao DYSPEPSIA Headache, dull pain In pit of the Btomach, belchtngof gas and bitter fluid, "heartburn", all these mean indiges tion, or dyspepsia. Then, if you will take a little kodol, you will know just why it is for indigestion and dyspepsia. That in really the best way tolearn now . good Kodol is try it, yourself, whea jou need it. You cannot make any mistake in takinsr a littlo Kodoi when ever your stomach goes wrong. Our Oitarjintpp Gets, doitarbot- you are not fceneMed the dniKtfist will at once return your money. Don't hesir.ate; any flnigp.it will sll you Kodol on these terms. Tbe dollar bottle contain S'j times as much as the fioo bottle. Kodoi Js prepared In the laboratories ct C C. DeVVltti Co.,C'liioagi, Men Arrested in Washington Charged With Numerous Breaks. Providence, R. I., Keb. 1!). The bnrff- lara who looted the afe of the Iloflrau Hans cafe of $l,2Kl on Jan. 23, ami who stole several thousand dollar.' worth of furs from the store of Kaps & Rein, acher last November, arc lelievel to be in thrt'UHtody of the XS'anhington jkjIuv, according to an announcement made at police headquarters here yesterday. While the men under arret at Washing ton have not been delinitely eonnwted with the breaks in thin chy, it U the opinion -of the police, jmijrinfj from ths (jharaeler of the operations here as cow- pared with break said to have been made in otner cine by tiie men now under arrent, that all wero the work of the same band, ' BOYS COULD NOT BOX. Nashua Show Manager Runs Up Against Ordinance of 1898. Nashua, Feb. IS. The manager of the Orpheuni, a show in OT)onne hall, had prepared to have two yoiin fel lows, the lieltorr brothers of Manches ter, to po on the fttago for a three round po last night. . Knowledge com ing: to the ears of . the police thH at tention of the manager was called to the ordinance of lSoti which provide a $20 fine for any one engaging or aVtting in any boxing exhibition what" aoever, including the Apectators). The manager came to the police station with th bova hut he was told by Deputy Campbell what the law is and t lie go was not pulled off. Washington, Feb. I!). Senator L Fol- lette again Mucked the legixlative pro pain in the Senate yenterday. The po-it ofliie nppropriaiion bill, carrying ?-tl,- (MMl.lawi. wa laid before the Senate at the request of Senator IVnroe, chair man of the committee on post ollk-es and pot roads. Mr. LaFollette was rrenented and pruned for action, lie row wnen trie bill was produced and protrted apaiiiut its Immediate consideration. "The eom. mittee has had this bill under consider ation for twenty days, lie sain,, al though it appears on our desks this liiornintr for tbe first time, we are not ewn atforded an explanation by- the chairman as to its features, and the only information as to what it contains is in the live lines of printed rvport." The Senator from Wisconsin declared that the bill was "to important to be rushed through under pressure.'. "I will explain the provision to the Senator from Wisconsin as the consid eration of the bill progressen," taid Chairman Penromv liut Mr. IjiKollette asked for a day to consider tbe bill and urged that it jo over for a day. Mr. Penrose would not consent to the postponement. He said the Senate committee bad made few chanpea in the House hill, adding only $5d.oo0 to the bill. He intimated that Mr. I -a Fnllette could have read the print of the lloiic bill. Failing to agree, Mr. Penrose took summary action by mov ing to proceed to the consideration of the bill without further delay. IIIh motion prevailed, hut Mr. I.a Fol- lette voted "no," and warned the wnator from Pennsylvania that he would pain no tune by "crowding thing. ' Mr. Penrose asked to dipcnse with the for mal reading of tbe bill required by the rule. "To that I object,' shouted Mr. La Folbtte. "Objection i made," said Viee-Presi dent Fairbanks; "the clerk will read." I hone the senator from Wisconsin will remain in his seat during the reud- ng. remarked Mr. Penrose, evidently much disgusted. 'The senator from Wisconsin will dis. rharg hi duties here without any sug gestions from the senator from Pennsyl vania, replied .Mr. roue tic wttu mucli warmth! At this point th? bill was laid aside temporarily to permit Senator C.ary to make a speet-h ou uunugrat ion subjects. FOR CONSTIPATION A Medicine that Does Not Cost Anything Unless it Cures. If you suffer from constipation in any form whatever, acute or chronic, we will guarantee to auuplr you medicine that will surely effect a cure if taken Willi regularity, and according to direc lions for a irsonable length of time Should the medicine fail to hem-fit you to your entire satisfaction, we promise that it shall cost you nothing. No other remedy can be prepared with Kexall Orderliea for the vasv, dcaant and successful treatment of eonstina tion. The active medicinal Ingredient of this remedy which is ixlorless, tastcles and colorless. i an entindy new dl. envcry. Combinel with other extremely valuablo ingredients, it forms a pivpar atioti whirl) is- incoiiiparahle as a per feet bowel regulator, intestinal invig orator and streiuthener. ltcxall tlr derllea are notable for their agreeable ilea to the palate and gentleness of c tion. They do not iausi griping or any disagreeable cffei-t or inconvenience, and may le taken at any time, day or night. We particularly recommend" Kexall Or derlies for children, delicate or aged per sous U'cuuse thev do not contain any thing that could possibly injure the most delicate organism. Ihey are Just as easy to take as candy, and unlike other prep arations for a like purpose they do not create a habit, but instead they overcome the caii? of habits acquired through the use of ordinary laxatives, cathartics and harh phytiie, and permanently remove the cause of constipation or Irregular bowel action. We want you to try Rxall Orderlies at our risk. We know that there ts nothing that will do you so much irood and we will refund your money without argument if they do not do as we say they will. They are prepared in tablet lorm in two !. or packages; no t a is lets, 2Sc, and 12 tablet. 10c. Jtickert ft Wells, The Red Cross Pharmacy, Mih-s iramtu block. TARIFF; CUT TO HIT TRUSTS ? NEW HAMPSHIRE FLIES FLAG. SOLVE KNOX TANGLE. USE PAGE'S PERFECTED POULTRY FOOD TO MAKE-YOUR HENS LAY This Food may be obtained ot... . C. C. Sobte. East Barre. Vt. E. D. Bartlet. Flalnfleld, Tt. t:untlneton at Eastman, Wsh'etn.Vt. Berry fe Jne. Hentpeller. Vt. Ibe AvarlU Mill. Barre, Vt. X. H. Miles At Co.. Grantteville. Vt. ; H. O. Beat, MontpelUr, Vt E. I. Sanaens, E. Orange, Vt. We want ag enta in every village where our Poultry Food ia not sold. II it is nat en salvin year vilU.ge we will send you, freight prepaid, 12S-pound sack for $4.00 or a W pound rack for $2.00. CARROLL S. PAGE HDE PAP.K - . VERMONT v TWO DIE IN FIRE. Mother Fatally Burned in Escaped with Third Child. . . Scranton, Pa., Keb. lft. The home of Joseph "Iferzogs, at Lakeville. Wayne county, was burned late Wednesday night. His l.VvtHir-old mii and 13-year- old daughter perished, and his wife was fatally burned in escaping with her in fant child. ,.Had Piles 30 years." !Nfr. W. A. Alexander writes from Scipioville. N. Y as follows; "My mother has Used Hill's Pile Ointment for one week. Helore commencing treatment her Buffering;. 'was terrible!, Twenty minutes after1 applying relief enme and the piles have )een improving ever since until now aftetr only- .14 ap plications of Hill's Pile Ponindo ,ahe hardly know she has them ; at all." Your druggist : lias this wonderful remedy. Get it tonight. D. I'V Davis. A FAT SURPLUS. British ' Columbia la $100,000 Ahead, .Says Minister. .Victoria; r C Feb, Ifl, In his budfji't address in JW legislatur?, Pinanco Min ister Tallow show a surplus of $l.fi00 HO0. The revenue for the . next fiscal year, he. says, will reach $ti. VUMK) aud the expenditure' i,50n,UiMi, of xvhieh war lv if3.iM)0.tMit would be for public-works. Th? public debt has been reduced from f 1 l.fniO.OOO to ').(KH).(MIU within a year. The .minister ,prophesiV j,t.ill .greater development when tf A. -R.'. route, as he styles the Attierta Kritish ..Columbia gTain route, h in '-operation and the Panama canal rompleted. SJ LICENSE RECALLED. Representatives Vote to Let Conferees Fir Bill. Washington, Feb.' 19. Immediately after the House met yeterday morning at 11 o'clock, machinery was set inmo tion to make Senator Kmr eligible be yond dispute for the portfolio of secre tary of gtate. : . Kepresentative lMlr.ell of Pennsylvania reported from the committee on rule a resolution authorizing the conferees on the legislative bill to dig out the item relating to the salary of the secretary of state and consider it for correction, and also "to report on any provision in re-. iation to the law affecting said salary." There were only 81 members on tlw floor of the House when Mr. Itolzell called up the rule, and the vote ordering the previous question resulted SO to 31. Rep resentative John Sharp Williams raised: the point of no quorum, and a roll call j on trie previous question was ordered The vote resulted 157 to 10". A Banner Officially Adopted by the Leg -, Jslature. Concord, N. J!., Feb. 10. For the first time In Its history, New Hampshire has a legally established state flag, the state Senate having paasrd a House bill pro viding for the adoption of the flag carried through the C -il and Spanish Wars as the official state banner. Although this standard, which bears the state seal on afl eld of blue, surrounded by ninet star; was carried by Xew Hampshire soldiers on many battletlelds In the two wars and for years ha waved over brigade headquarter at the encampments of the Mate National Guard, it was never otticially made the state emblem. The discovery o this fact several month ago gave rise to an interesting contro yrsy Is-tween gtate olueiala and patriot ic society leaders. The former contend ed that Xew Hampshire had no state Hag legally, while the latter claimed the newly adopted standard as the legal one. A flood of bill authorizing state Mags, and providing for "a variety of designs, was introduced -into the legislature, but all were. idet racked U favor of tlw bat tle honored banner w hich was adopted. WEIGH YOURSELMJEFOBE USING Weigh yourself before commencing to use Samose, the great flesh forming food. The wonderful sale o this preparation since first introduced in Parre aud the remarkable results following its use have made D. P. Davis such an enthusiastic believer in the great value fo Samose that he give his personal guarantee to refund the money . if amose will not make thin people fat and restore strength and health to those who use it. This is a strong guarantee, but D. F. Davis has seen so many of his custom ers who a tew weeks ago looked like walking skeletons become plump ana well solclv through the use of Samose, that he feel he cannot aay too much to induce people to try it. . ibis marvelous flesh-forming food is assimilated as soon as it is' taken into the stomach, make good rich blood, tones up ths weaken d system, helps to assimilate, and makes the user plump, well, and rosy. Reductions of One-hilf n Steel, Iron Glass x AND" COAL SCHEDULES This Is the Plan of the House, But I . . Aldnch I ia th Senate and ' He Holda the Whip ' Hand. Washington, Feb. 19. That .the tariff rates on lumber,- glass, and iron and steel arc to be cut in half is the prediction made here yesterday . con cerning the bill thnt is to bo introduced at the special session , of Congrees. Feeling is strong among certain lie- publicans that H&vcmeyer'a famous saying "The tariff is the mother of the trust," siuns up the situation, and the big corporations now known as trusts, and of whoso rapidly increasing pros perity there seems to be no doubt, will be made to stand the brunt of the re vision. With the datei for the meeting of the extra session fixed as March 15 it is declared the Republicans of the ways and means committee will hasten the new bill to a conclusion. About four week remain in which they can perfect the measure, and it i the expectation the measure will be ready to lay before the House on the first day of the spec- ml session. Great secrecy aurrnunds the bill that the licpuiilican members or thei com mittee are framing, several reasons are given for this. One is that the committee want to be pettered a lit tle a possihl wit hi the agent of in terests who mar find their pet sched ule lowered. Another reason is that the commit te wants business agitated Free! FreereTee With Next Sunday Globe, a beautiful photogravure of ' George Washington This picture is one of the best portraits of Wash ington ever made. Free with Next Sunday '$ Globe. Battleship Supplement A special supplement giving complete pxtorial historv of the greit cruise around the world. ' A splendid souvenir of the world's greatest naval feat free with Next Sun 'ay's Globe, Be sure to have the Boston Sunday Globe in your home every week. Just a Word About The Daily Globe the one newspaper that suits all the mtmbcrs of the family. N Father finds all the news in the Daily Globe. , Mother finds all the news, and also enjoys the Household page. . Boys and girls prefer the Dailv Globe because of its many excellent features, and .the help that they derive from it in preparing their compositions, dec lamations, etc. Have the Boston Daily Globe for your family to read every day. Arrange Tomorrow To have the Boston Dally and Sunday Glofce delivered regularly at your home FOUND HO PISTOL SHIELD s little as possible.- A third reason is that it is not the purpose to make the , bill public for the study and scrutiny Article Hot in Carmack Democrat any sooner than i absolutely needful. .Nevertheless, echoes of what is to ing on within the recesses of the inner sanctum of the way and means eom ntittee are audible. They indicate that tho Republican on the committee have pone over thei proposed schedule once. It is pretty well settled how various schedule will stand, but there are oth ers which are not yet settled. lhe jiemoerat on the committee! are 1 Clothes When Undertaker Searched. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 19. The trial of (Job, D. B. Cooper, Itobin' .1. Cooper and .John D. Sharp, charged with the murder of ex-Seuator Carma;k, at tracted even a greater number of spec tators yesterday than on any dy since the opening of the case, one month ago" The first witness summoned wa Finlev L. Dorris an undertaker, who told how the clothintr of th deceased MONEY TO RAISE MAINE. House Committee Would Have Commis- sion Investigate, , Washington, Feb. It. The House com mittee on appropriations is to include in the sundry civ.il bill an item looking toward the ultimate raising of the. bat tleship .Maine, the wreck of which still remains in Havana harbor A commis sion will be directed to investigate and detrniine tlw . feasibility and cost of raising it. Dewey Cannot Witness Review. Washington, Feb.' 10. Because- of his reesnt indisposition. Admiral -.Dewey has been compelled to. 'decline to president s invitation to accompany him to Hamp ton Roads' to witness, the review; of the battleship 'fleet, v ;'- .' HIGH-O-ME Washington K'aa Can't Wed His Step- '- -, - -. -.'mother: Washington;, Feb. !', C. Paul Golds borouph, ;in years old. pot a lwfrise on Wedwriay to marry X-jli A. onrh..'8I tsars old.r" ili.v.id tWr wwj not ; relate. Afterward-, -the rlerfc t-f t court founi ut that, the woman tt (Joldboroutrh'ft Vt'pmother. -As if i cfin: trary to the restrict .f Columbia law for persons n rUtfJ t many,' the eH-ik comp.il.-d CoMslmrougU t return the license. That's the Way to Pronounce Hyomei, the Money-back Catarrh Cure, t; A doubt exists -in the mind of many readers of the llurre Daily : Times, let ns say that the above is the proper pro nunciation of America's most wonderful catarrh cure. The Ked Croa Pharmacy is the -agent for' Ilyoniei in Iinrre and will sU you an inhaler, 'a bottle of Ifyrnoef. and full instructions for use, for only )f i.ou. And if it fails t(i cure acute or ehronie catarrh ashma. bronchitis' croup, hay fever or coughs and colds, they will give you your money back. The '-person w ho suffers ftom catarrh after -such an offer as that, must lik to -snuffle,- pitand Wheea, and he 'general!. dignUng. Ri'l what Mr, C..-F. Lowe im: . "1 have useo Hyomei for a eas of nas) "-catarrh ',wii.-h initf hot ix-red me fff a Tout; lime. I ."an ny liuit jlyomei kiUert tin jw-rir-i of tiwi Vjis-.(n. nin JrSve me 4he fnneb -sOuyht Vm1 Jie'-dt-d rehef. From tlii experience. 1 know-Jlyoraei to be a'reUatde ren;e.ly. and I giv- it the ptaie and reeontmeiKlation that it deertr." . F. Ixiw-p. R. F. 1). No. r, A!ifan, Mich., September 19, IWi. Special on Canned-Goods yr 'ni ' llorri said that on the night of the various nracticallr framing a bill, thoturh thev are not actually drawing on up. They intend to wait until the Republican bill come out and then make such altera tions in rate in tbe Republican bill as they consider warranted. Only to this extent will they draw a new bill, They intend to have everything In readiness so that when the Republi can bill is forthcoming all that will be necessary,-if tbe Republican measure doea not suit them, will be the clerical work of changing schedules. 1 he Republican on the committee are baring considerable trouble agree ing on the various ch'lules. In the first, place, thi is the first time the Re publicans have been called on to make considerable reductions; in duties. Gen erally speaking, revision of the tariff ipward ha beetn the Republican task. 1 lus year,, the sentiment of the conn try is interpreted as favoring revision downward, and the Republican mem bers of the way and means committee. rather a part of tnem, are acting ace eordingly. Thrh there is a general nriii oi opinion wiircen ine east ern and western members of the com mittee. The eastern Republicans in cline to free) raw materials, and the western members incline the other way inis general difference makes agree ment difficult. But that important reduction In TAFT AGAIN IN CINCINNATL Will Hare a Conference with Frank H. J Hitchcock. ' Cincinnati,., O., Feb. 10. President, elect Taft arrived from Washington yes terday morning and went to the resi dence of his brother, O.-P. Taft, where he had an appointment with Frank II. Hitchcock. The subject of this confer ence is understood to be relatire to cab inet appointments, but Mr. Taft said he should have no new for public atten tion in that connection now. All arrangement were completed for ETalSffl SaV A" r bordina?le,terniined I't 1 ftS' ii V,.. .i .'.. .. found a letter. when a Urge and distinguished body of A second examination was made four I leaders of tbe order crowded that build- week later, at the request of counsel' jng. Grand Master Charles 8. Hoskinaon. for the state and in their presence. Ho iiho alone under the constitution of the did not find at that time the pisctod Ohio grand lodge has the authority, will shield which was discovered in Mr. confer the honor which is likened "to the larmacka overcoat and was exhibited in court yesterday afternoon. The shield ie four inehe long and three inches wide. Witnes did not know to whom the article belonged, or where it came from. He did not think it could be of much servicai in an overcoat pocket. ' vViluam Murray, bookkeeper for the undertaking firm to whose establish ment the remain of Mr. Carmack were taken, said that several weeks afUr the killing of, Mr. Carmack two attor ney for the defence went to the un dertaker's office and inspected the c.orning. vme or me, oniej exam- S(,Inun n,,,, Knights Templars, ined the overcoat and . found the pistol wm,i. ti ,JJ., v ........ n, iiivaiu. RD. IUQ ancient honor of knighthood on the field of battle, being an honor-conferred for great achievements. The committee in charge of the arrangements had complet ed all the details before the arrival of the grand master, who formally put his aproval on their acts. The formal cere mony will be held at live o'clock and will be followed at 7:30 by the exempli fication of the master's degree by the Kilwinning lodge, of which Judge Taft's father and brother were members and with which be will affiliate. Thig was done for the new Mason's benefit. A ball and reception will be given by Han- scabbard. : LIBEL CASE DEFENSE PLAN. guest of honor and was received under the arch of steel, an honor conferred only on high dignitaries pf the etate and nation. Counsel for World to First Await Next Steps of Government New York, Feb. 19. ouieI for the publisher ana editors ot the Aew lorK World, who were indkted by a federal grand jury in Washington Wednesday on charges of criminal libel in the Pan rVi'VNT w 'u. u,r WVP" "e rv - country are in attendanoe at the annual C0N3SESS OF MOTHERS. Many Delegates and Visitors Attending S( ssions at New Orleans. Xew Orleans. 'Feb; 10. Delegates ana" I many visitor from all sections of the Three cans White Daisy Corn. ..... 25c Two cans Perfection Corn. 25c Preferred Stock Corn, per can . . . . .. .15c Three cans Pehaukee Lake Early June , Peas, .' .25c Two cans Esdalo Early .Tune Peas.'. 25c Preferred stock Sugar Peas, per can.. 15c Two cans White Daisy Succotash. . ,25c .Vlonadnock Succotash, per can. , .... 15c Two cans Angehm Red Kidney Beans. 25c Two cans Ancelus lama Beans... . .25c Two can Angelus Cranberry Beans., 25c Two cans Perfection Golden Wax : String Beans, . . .". . . , .25c Angelus Golden . Wax String Beans, per can 15c Two large cans Larsen's Beets. .... .25c Large can Preferred stock Beets, per can, ....25c Large can Angelus Dandelions, per can, 18c Larjce can Angelus Spinach, per can.. 25c Monadnock Asparagus Tips . . . I8c We give a cash discount or Red Stamp oa all cash purchases. W. C. K. CRUICKSHANK, 337 North Main SL, ' Barre, Vt PROTECT YOUR SKIN from the chapping, rouehine and red deninu that is likely to follow out of door exercises. We sell many good toilet preparations. Rexall Cold Cream is an excellent skin food, a d!ihtful toilet requisite and a perfect ly safe protection to the most delicate, sensitive skin. Price 20c per jar. Red Cross Pharmacy, MUM Granite Block. taken for croted. This will be the I before deciding what line of defense to .ease despite the opposition of some of I adopt. the committee to any considerable low John U. Lindsay, ot counsel for the ering of duties. It H rrported from a World, said yesterday that copies of the hijL'h quarter, for instance, that the Re indictments against Joseph. Pulitzer, the publican caucus lia voted 8. to 13 to proprietor of the World, and Caleb M reduce the lumber duty from $2 to $1. 1 Van Damm and Robert H. Lyman, edi This would be cutting the tariff in half tors, had not yet been received by their on lumber not manufactured. counsel and no official notification of Nobody" doubts thnt there will be Im-lthe indictment had so far come from portant reductions in the iron and steel Washington. Mr. Puliteer, who has been sehedulea. Half the steel and iron du-cruising in southern waters on his yacht, nea in some eases are nkeiy to be lop- the. Liberty, is expected to reach here ped off . to-day. On coal there Is much difference of Apparently no steps have as yet been opinion, for the rmson that some coal taken by the local federal authorities to men want a reciprocal arrangement bring the aeeuscd bt fore a United States with Canada and others do not. Conl commissioner for a hearing on the qms- men about the Great Lakes will be aat- tion whether they shall he. compellid to lsiieu wun iree exenanpe oi coal witn appear betore tne federal court in Wash Canada. Others in the interior are not ington. converted to it. 1 '- BEAU BRCMMELS NAMED. New England's List for the Inaugural Ball Now Completed. Washington, Feb. 1!). CThe list of Beau Brummels for the inaugural ball was announced , here yesterday by si ate. The Npw England gallants in the list comprise noted names in polite annals. The two senators from each state selected the fortunate men. who will represent them and all their con stituents' at the hrilliante gathering. These Xrmr Englsnders are: Maine Col. Frederick IPale of Port hind, son of Senator Eugene Hale, can didate for Congresa from the first dis trict, and once a member of the gov ernors staff. New "Hampshire Col. Rufns N. El well of Concord, former speaker of the legislature. Vermont Collins M. Graves of Ben ninjton. Massachusetts Col. George II. Doty. chairman of the Republican state committee. libode Island H. P. CVos of Pravi- dence. ,- Connecticut Louis R. Cheney of Hartford. . PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DATS FAQ OINTMENT is guaranteed to cur any case of itching, blind, bleeding or protruding pile In 6 to 14 day or nionejr nfunded. 50c. EIGHT COASTERS HURT. Three Sleds Dash Into Stone Wall at Enfield, N. H. Enfield, N. H., Feb. IS. Eight chil- dren narrowly escaped death yesterday while coasting at Montcalm lull. The children had gat h red on top of the long Iik. and were divided into three group on as many sids, wnicn followed each other quickly down the hill. All three steersmen lost control of their sleds and plunged into a stone wall. Four ot the children were or the fam ily of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wilson, and three were of the1 family of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Follansbo. The eighth was! IV rt Ken n is 'on. I Every chi'.d was injured, but the most seriously was a Wiisou boy, who had I three ribs broken and received internal injuries, and a Fobansbee boy, who struck on his head and was unconscious for aevcral hours. The injured children were cared for by Drs. I. N. Fowler and S. Van Tobel, who believe no fatal result will follow. convention of the national congresa o' mothers, which began here yesterda" and will continue for four days. Th program embraces a discussion "of 1mm orous subjects dealing with the physical, mental and moral welfare of the child by a number of well known men and women of America. Mrs. yiaslow's EcotHng Syrup . - Bh km Md ftfimr ilXTT-rrVE V LARS br iitt, i!.t.SM0TUEB8 fcr '"" t-HU.otte.it una lltklHJ.NO, w.th PERFECT SUCCESS- ll KXJTHkS r;.'.'y,.vflJE' Ot dS. A1X4V8 ..1 PAIS, mnJf .'?.t,.COi-,a tni u" " "" BHOiA. SuU by DreKl" to ""7 psrt ,f (h world. urn t.k f.,r AI'S, WIn.low't ooOilii Sttob." s-ks'-rknd. Tonxr.tn wntt h.,MI. Co. niwil B'-S.-rtiK! .4 .nd Tl-nt, A. t, Jun, sh, ri' NstuMr low. - a. OLD ANU W ILL 1 R1U) RtJifcUT THREE KILLED; FOUR HURT. A Keg of Powder Explode in Colliers, W. Va. Steubenrille, Ohio, Feb. 19. Three person were bunted to death and four fatally injured early yesterday by an explosion of a keg of powder in a coal Biioer' home Dear CoUieri, W, Va. We Carry a Nice Lf n of BOX PAPERS Mtt 10: s !o75cis P ft tOX , a.i . .,vei..p. , lu, , . ?Pl ICC SCHOOL TABLETS: 1c, So, 3e, and fie ech Gm1 Vio an onr 1 t rt 6c, sod S for to f ch-wil Tililet. CAUL ,,J.D LWKL AT D. f. DAVIS "The DJSg,st,, 262 North Main St, Barre. Vt.