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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 191.
Liver Ills Are Cured by HOOD'S PILLS 25c. to AMERICAN LEAGUE. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. At Philadelphia Washington 5, Philadelphia 4 (1ft innings), flat teries Groome, Johnson and Wil liams; Plank, Egan and Lapp. -At St. Louis Chicago 0. St. Louis 5 (first game). Batteries Lange, Benz, Walsh and Kasterly and Schalk. Chicago 8, St. Louis 2 (second game). Batteries Ci cotte and Schalk j Mitchell, Adams, and Alexander. At Cleveland Cleveland 10, De troit 5. Batteries Mitchell and O'Neil; Wheatley and Onslow. STANDING Boston Washington . Philadelphia . Chicago Cleveland . . . Detroit New York . . OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Tot. .101 . .88 . .fin ..73 ..71 . .68 ..50 St. Louis '..50 45 58 (in 74 70 70 05 08 .002 .003 .580 .407 .483 .402 .34.) .338 BOTH SIDES FOR TRIAL Whitman and Mclntyre Ready Are THE FORMER IS CONFIDENT 'CASCARETS" BEST BOWEL CLEANSER Becker's Counsel Expects a Short Case Says That It Will Never Go to Jury on Murder Charge. New York, Sept. 28. Lieutenant Becker's trial for the murder of Her man Rosenthal will begin on Oct. 7. John V. Mclntyre, Becker's chief coun sel, desires to go to trial then, and Dis trict Attorney Whitman not only is wil ling but would move for a 4trial on the t This newspaper bas been selected is the one paper in this city for the adrsnc complimentary distribution of this treat work. N QW-Q"17 ONE coupoN-iy o W The $12 Set Above coupon presented at this office with only the 5 Volumes necessary promotion and expense items of distribution, ', Father wieht amounting to a total of $1.98 (which includes freight, FJitlon) f mm factory, clerk hire, checkincr. wraomnir. etc.). will ' Complete jecure this complete set for you if presented before this ! irora j io rnmnlimentarv edition is exhausted, at which time the national canvass will be started at its regular installment price of $12 per set. See illustration and full description in the display announce- ments printed daily on another page. , I Mall Order Ailed under ths name offer It you ' will pay express charg-ei upon receipt of et. 'V Only one complimentary set can be allowed for any one family No Biliousness Headache. Sick, Sour Stomach, Indigestion, Coated Tongue or Constipation. Furred tongue, bad taste, indigestion, sallow skin and miserable headaches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your stomach to become tilled with undigested food, whicli sours and ferments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to . untold misery indigestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret to-night will give your constipated bowels a thor ough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep a 10-ccnt box from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months. Mil lions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment. Don't forget the children their little insides need a good, gentle cleansing, too. same date elsewhere if Mr. Mclntyre asked for a change of venue, which, it is authoritatively asserted, he wil hot do. Mr. Mclntyre feels confident that Beck er will be acquitted or there will be a disagreement of the jury, because of the character of the witnesses and because of the legal cjuestions involved. There are decisions m the Patrick, Molineaux and other cases bearing directly upon those which will arise in the Becker ease. Mr. Mclntyre is confident that the law laid down by the Appellate Division in those rases will be followed in the Becker trial. If such lie the case, he said yesterday, Becker never will go to the jury on the charge of murder and the Court will stop the trial before it reaches that stage. Mr. Whitman said yesterday he was more confident than ever that Becker will be convicted of murder and that the conviction will survive any review by the courts. He declared that the stories of new evidence for Becker in Hot Springs are mere nonsense, because at the end of the special commission's hearing there he asked John W, Hart, Becker's representative, if he had any more witnesses, and Mr. Hart, putting on two, announced that he had no others. One of the witnesses who has been quoted as declaring Schepp had told him a story exonerating Becker, Mr. Whitman said, is described in State ments he brought home as a person wholly without reputation for truth and veracity, and so characterized by a judge of the Arkansas circuit court, and other reputable official. Mr. Hart did not call this man to the witness stand. "Becker was in Fallsburg after the murder," Mr. Whitman said, "and the tale that he was in Hot Springs the Sun day following the murder is nonsense. There will be no conflict between the aldermanic committee and the prosecu tion of Becker. Mr. Buckner is not go ing to call any of the state's witnesses ALL FOR 1 0 GENTS In order to introduce the VAPOCUKA JMIALER and prove that it is a won derful invention for converting medicine consisting of healing oils and germicides into fog-like vapor and sending this va por into every air passage of the nose ana tnroat, thereby curing catarrn, ca tarrhal deafness, colds, asthma, bron chitis and weak lungs, we have arranged with the undersigned druggist to supply all applicants with a Vapocura Inhaler with directions complete for only 10 cents. By means of this wonderful in haler, you inhale the medicinal virtues in vapor form, a preparation consisting of eucalyptus, pine oil, carboiled oil of tnyme, etc. Act an air passage oi tne nose, throat "or chest, but what can be M'GOVERN IS FOR ROOSEVELT For Other Offices He Republicans Favors COLONEL IN THE SOUTH Harlan and Bede Speak in Tennessee Governor Johnson Completes His First Tour of New England. medicated by the healing properties of these wonderful ingredients. "hen the proper directions are followed, colds can be cured in a few hours and catarrh, etc., in a few weeks. This wonderful method costs less than one cent a day for honM treatment. For the Vapocura Inhaler with full and complete directions for home medi cation at the special price of 10 cents, call SATURDAY, KEPI KMBKK 28 and MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 at RED CROSS DRUG STORE, 160 Main Street, Barre, Vermont, or mailed to anv address, postpaid, on or before THURSDAY, (XTOBKR 3, on receipt of five 2-eent stamps, by the Standard Vaporizer Co., 110 West 34th street, ew iork. against Becker to testify in the police department investigation. He will not call any of Becker's witnesses, either. If any pf the latter should he summoned to testify I would join with Mr. Mc lntyre in a request that the Curran committee pas their testimony until the trial is ended." BROWN'S DRUG STORE IL4 &TER BOTTLE BIG STOCK OF NEW RUBBER GOODS. We have a new Hot Water Bot tle that we are going to put on sale for 89c, really worth $1.25. Fountain Syringe at 89c, reg-l nlar value $1.25. ombination Hot Water Bottle and Fountain Syringe at $1.15, real value $1.50. IS OFFERING Cut Prices On Advertised Medicines1 i NEXT SATURDAY. Here, Mr. Smoker, is where you get on : 7-20-4 's 4 for 25c La Preferencia 4 for 25e W. & B. Latest 7 for 25c Schuberts 5 for 25c SYRUP OF FIGS SWAMP ROOT ATWOOD'S BITTERS CASTORIA DOAN'S PILLS DE WITT'S KIDNEY I DIAPEPSIN PARISIAN' SAGE .... STOMACH RITE Reg. Our Reg. Price. Our Price. M ELLIN'S FOOD FELLOWS HYPOPHOSPHITES. J- it -wrt BEECHAM 'S PILLS . . . CUTICURA SOAP ..... DANDERINE GARFIELD TEA ...... MINARD'S LINIMENT $0.50 $0.39 1.00 .69 .25 .17 .35 .23 .50 .39 1.00 .69 .50 .39 .50 .39 .50 .39 1.00 .69 .75 .55 1.00 .75 1.50 1.05 ,1.00 .71 1.00 .69 .25 .17 .25 .20 .50 .39 .25 .17 .25 .17 1.00 .76 Bring This With You TALCUM POWDERS. New York, Sept. 28. Senator Smoot of Utah has prepared some statistics which should inspire farmers to let well enough alone, when they vote in the national election. 1'rices ot iarm proa- ucts have increased much more than the commodities which the farmer buys. The increase on products since 1896 ranges from twenty-eight per cent, on cotton to 308 per cent, on barley, and the senator makes a striking statement of what a certain quantity of farm prod uce will buy in other goods used by tne people. Harland and Bede, the Moose hunters, followed Colonel Roosevelt in Memphis and Little rTock yesterday, speaking on flood protection and waterways. Mr. Harlan called attention to Colonel Roose velt's versatility in offering' solutions for everything; but declared his plan to use "Panama canal machinery on the Mississippi impracticable, because it is not the right kind." Mr. Bede pointed to progress under lresident Taft's ad ministration and advised a continuance of the administration, whicli would mean more work on waterwavs. Colonel Roosevelt was in Xew formes, where he spoke yesterdsy after emoon. His numerous speeches and the inclement weather have begun to tell on the colonel, and he will seek rest for a time. Governor Johnson of California ended a three-day trip In New England, when he left Manchester at 8 o'clock yesterday morning for Boston. He has found his visit to Xew England very gratifying and may return later to deliver a few speeches in Maine. Governor McOovern of Wisconsin yes terday issued the expected declaration that he will support Roosevelt and John son for the positions for which they are candidates, but he is only a semi-Bull Moose, for he Will support Republicans for other offices. He devotes consider able space to explaining why he cannot support Governor Wilson; he claims that Taft's renomination was stolen and closes with glowing praise of the Pro gressive party and its leader. The little journevs in tne worm wnicn Governor Wilson calls "trips" are ex tending in scope so rapidly that they soon may oecome tours, mis next one will begin on Oct. 2, when he will leavs Xew York for the West. He will go ss far as Denver; he will visit Colonel Bryan, and later deliver speeches at Pittsburff, Indianapolis, Topeka. Kansas City, Canton, O., Cleveland and several other cities. Dr. Hartman Says: Write to Peruna Testimonials if You Want to Know the Truth. The following letter was received by Dr. Hartman through his regular cor respondence: "I notice the testimonial of Mrs. Alice Bogle, which you give in your last arti cle. If I should write to her do you suppose she would give me further par ticulars? I have heard it said many times that such testimonials are fakes; that they are either absolutely fictitious or else the people have been hired to write them. I have been inclined to write you a great many times, but these stories about patent medicine advertise ments have discouraged me from doing so. I am atllicted with catarrh and should like very much to find a remedy such as your article describes'.' To the above Dr. Hartman made the following reply: My dear Madam: I do not wonder that you are confused and have lost all faith in advertised remedies. There has been so much said against them, so much controversy concern ing them, I am not surprised that some people nave lost connuence lii them. I wish you would write Mrs. Bogle, as one woman to another. I wish you would ask her whether she has lien hired to write such a testimonial, whether her testimonial represents the truth. I bope vou will remember that she is a housewife, like yourself, that she has something to do besides write letters, that she is a woman of moderate means and cannot afford to write these lettem and pay her own postage. I hope you will enclose stamp so she can answer you without loss to herself, Mrs, Bogle is a very estimable lady and no doubt you will both profit by being acquainted with each other. Should you conclude to try Pcmna for your catarrh, I would be very glad to hear of the result. I can assure you that no use will be made of your let ter, oxwpt by your written consent. Mrs. Bogle very kindly consented to have me ue her letter, which is my reason for doing so, and you will be treated exactly as she has been. People recover from chronic catarrh who take Peruna. There is no doubt about that. Home surprising recoveries are reported almost daily. I have thou sands of them in my tiles. Peruna is for sale at all drug stores. SPECIAL NOTICE Many persons are making inquiries for the old-time Pe runa. To such would say, this formula is now put out under the name of KA-TAR-XO, manufactured by KA TAR-NO Company, Columbus, Ohio. Write them and they will be pleased to send you a free booklet. I if Wfll i I I I j p VERY YOUNG MAN j j in mis town wno is j really keen for the smartest, j liveliest style in his clothes Sis going to see the new! j models in our j Big Carload of Dwinell-Wright Co.'s Famous "White House" Coffee Arrives Burlington Grocery Co. Stocking the Whole State. If the 1,250.000 families now known to be using White House coffee were to pay you a visit and admit how many m each family are drinking that superb blend, your front yard might be a trifle crowded, but you'd get a pretty compre hensive idea of the tremendous popu larity White House enjoys; and those of you not Vet enjoying its charms would hasten to join the ever-increasing army whose watchword is "Give us White House only and always." The Burling j HART SCHAFFNER; ! & MARX ! i Varsity Linej S i j The styles; the weaves; j j the designing, all arej handled for the young menj particularly. j I GREAT CYCLOPEDIA RUSH ENDS TO-NIGHT Reg. Our Price Price Colgate's Violet 25 .15 Colgate's Cashmere ... .25 .15 Colgate's Daetylis 25 .15 Sanitol 25 .15 Comfort Powder 25 .17 Ifinnon'g O". IT Corvlopsis 25 .15 Squibbs 25 .19 X Lazell's 25 .15 J TOOTH PREPARATIONS. Reg. Our Lyon 'a . Hood's . Colgate's 25 Calox 25 Sanitol 25 Sozodont 25 Euthyniol 25 Tooth Pastes at Same Prices. Price Trice .19 .19 .19 .19 .19 .19 .19 WOOD WORTH'S BLUE LILIES PERFUME more interesting; and worth your we are going to present to the one hun- To make it a little while, next Saturday dred ladies whose purchase amounts to 50c or more, one pound box of high-grade cajidy, the retail value of which is 29e. 1! i A sweet 50c the oz. and delicate odor ery The above prices are rock bottom, and are obtainable ev-l day in the week at ! kodaks and brownies 910 to $65 $1 to 812 Developing and Printing Done-- Good Work Guaranteed. Fresh Films and Papers Received Weekly. mmm o mug wiviu No. 48 North Main Street Every Coupon Presented Will Be Hon ored Up to the Last Hour. For the last few weeks The Timei has been urging its readers to take ad vantage of its great educational distri bution of Everybody's Cyclopedia. We postponed the withdrawal of the offer as long as we could, but last week announcement was made that the distri bution would positively be brought to a rlose. Since that announcement there has been such a rush for these books as had never before been known. To-night will see the close of the great undertaking, and if you do not present your coupon to-day we cannot supply yon. Tsking it altogether, it has been s wonderful demonstration of The Times' "nulling" power, and an announcement will be made later of the immense niim ber of books distributed. At the rate the books have been going for several davs. it has been impossible to get an exact count. There still remains one last chance for vou to get Everybody's Cyclopedia bv clipping the coupon on another page of this issue ana presenting it, according to instructions; or if you csnuot reach this office, mail it before midnight to night It will be well worth the small ex?nse charge, but all mail orders must bo posted brtnre 11 ociock to-night. , Clip the coupon now before you for get it. Special on Woodworth'g Trailing Arbutus Talcum Powder 19c Bigpest and best stock of Man icure Goods in 'Vermont, at special low prices. The Rutland Light Guards celebrated their 50th aniversary Wednesday, Origi nally there were 101 men in the guards. Less than 30 are now known to be living. NATIONAL LEAGUE. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. At New York Xew York 7, Boston 6. Batteries Kirby and Meyers and Hartley; Dickson and Gowdv. At Brooklyn Brooklyn 3, Phil adelphia 1. "Batteries Stack and Miller; Mayer, Rixey and Moran and Killifer. At Chicago -Cincinnati 10, Chi cago 3 (first game). Batteries Packard and Severoid; Toney, Cot trell and Archer and Heckinger. Chicago 4, Cincinnati 4 (second game, 10 innings). Batteries Kculbach. 8mith and Archer; Suggs and Severoid. At Pittsburg Pittsburg 4, St. Louis O. Batteries Cooper and Gibson; Territt, Woodburn and Wingo. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Fct. Xew York 100 44 .605 Chicago 80 53 .6)8 Pittsburg Sn 56 .614 Cincinnati 73 74 ,497 Philadelphia W 75 . .470 St. Louis 50 88 .401 Brooklvn 55 00 .370 Boston 47 99 .322 Mouse only ana always. tne mining- j ton Grocery company is identified with 1 1 , , this White House movement in Ver-!j Iw or three mont; and if you'll look at the list of '8 tM,iB ; R3-b. BM:r. grocers whose names appear in the big.j SCyiCS in saCK. BUHS, sd. on another page, you will very likely discover that your grocer iB ready to sign you up as a steady user of this the finest coffee the whole world knows. WASHINGTON. A Roosevelt and Johnson flag is ta be swung to the breese Tuesday even ing, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p. m., followed by interesting speeches by Eraser Metzger of Randolph, R. A. Hoar of Barre and A. W. Allen, also of Barre. All are cordially invited to be present, especially ladies. a J The quality of materials: J and the tailoring are of the j j highest order; that is what j 2 you want to keep clothes in 2 god shape. Better have the j best clothes for y our money. - button J you can J here; some! 2 three-button styles are made j 2 to button only two, the third 2 button just for looks; the j 2 new high cut vests are very smart. Come in, see them, j I ! hare either "Just Say" HORLICK'S It Mtans Original and Qanulnt MALTED MILK Tha Food-drink for All Ages. More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the weakest digestion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk, malted grain, powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a minute. Take no substitute. AskforHORLICK'S. KT Others are imitations. Overcoats: $18 to S3 5 Suits: $18 to $30 Moore & Ovensi j Earn's Leading Cliihiers j j 122 No. Main St., Tileptione 66-Wj : .j At just one-half price, 42c Tussah silk for 21e per yard, at Perry's on Saturday. FARM TALK - 1 . Q You have a lot of things now to make the pigs thrive small potatoes, apple, pumpkins, corn, etc., etc., and the way to cook these things is in a armers Boiler." Don't monopolize the kitcheif stove, and then holler because dinner isn't ready on time a 50 gal. Boiler only cost 112.50, and it will be useful for heat ing water when you come to dress these same pigs. Buy one of these Boilers, and you will wonder how you ever got along without it. jlA. W. ALLEN, Averill Mills