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DAILY
TI3IKS, 1JAHHK. VT., SATURDAY, JANUARY A, 1013.
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Xlae Bestt
In the Boston
Sunday Globe.
The 18-Page Color Supplement of
the Sunday Globe contains, in addition
to its excellent comic features, reading
matter equal to that printed in the best
of the magazines.
Everybody
Read
The Boston Sunday Globe
tomorrow. See your newsdealer
and arrange to have the Sunday
Globe regularly.
ISfi
STORM SWEEPS
THE COAST
The Hurricane Causes Great
Havoc Over Wide Sec
tion of Atlantic
MANY WIRES TO
SOUTH ARE DOWN
Barks Herbs
That have great medicinal power, are
rained to their highest efficiency, for
purifying and enriching the blood, as
they are combined In iiood'a Baraa
pari lln.
40,306 testimonials received by actual
count in two years. Bo sure to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Get It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
MENTAL TEST FOB ALIENS.
Conferences Agree Except as to Reading
and Writing.
Wanhlngton, Jan. 4. Conferences on
, Worms In Children.
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' If mothers only knew the tortures the
. little ones may suffer from worms!
Thousands of children have stomach
-worms or pin worms and their parents do
not know It. They doctor them for other
ailments.
, , Signs of worms arei
Indigestion, with a variable appetite;
abnormal craving for sweetij nausea and
vomiting; swollen upper lip; sour tongue;
offensive breath; hard and full belly with
occasional gripings and pains about the
navel (face at one time flushed, then pale
and in a few cases the face takes on a dull
leaden hue. Eyes heavy and dull, twitch
ing eyelids; itching of the nose; itching of
; the rectum; short, dry cough; grinding of
the teeth; little red points sticking out on
tongue; starting during sleep; slow fever;
pulse quickened and irregular; body maybe
hot; and often, In children, convulsions.
Don't delay I Delays are dangerous.
Give the children at once some of Dr.
True's Elixir. Directions on the bottle.
Sold by all dealers at 35c, 50c and $1.00.
Thousands of grateful mothers have given
my Dr. True's Elixir to sick children and
' restored them to health.
the Burnett-Dillingham immigration bill
providing a mental test for aliens yes
terday agreed upon all -features of the
hill in dispute between the Senate and
House except the reading and writing
test. Agreement will bo sought at con
ferences to-day.
HABEAS CORPUS TO AID CASTRO.
Only One Death Reported
Up to a Late Hour
Last Night
It Will Bring Him Before Court at
York.
New York, Jan. 4. -The federal
courts were invoked yesterday 1n behalf
of Cipriuno Castro and a writ or habeas
corpus was granted to Dring nun De-
fore a court winch may determine tile
cause of his detention here.
The application alleged the former
president of Venezuela is being held
illegally at Ellis Island, and the court
will be asked to sustain the writ and
thus set him at liberty. The Writ il
returnable Jan. 1.1.
Castro, immediately upon finding his
rieht to land -was (liiectioned, had de
cided to return voluntarily to Europe
and engaged passage on the steamer
Amerika, nailing to-niorrow for Ham
burg. To-day, however, learning a writ had
been obtained, he cancelled passage.
The starting of legal proceedings came
as a surprise, for Castro apparently
had given up his intention of entering
the country.
0 That Memory.
A woman may say that she will for
give and forget, but she will never let
you forget that she forgave. January
Woman's Home Companion.
New York, Jan. 4. The first severe
storm of the year and the most destruct
ive one of the season, swept the Atlantic
coast yesterday, causing great property
loss.
Simultaneously came reports of eqtial
Iv violent storms raging in portions of
t'lie south, middle went, and part of the
I'aciric coast. H ire communications in
all parts of the country are badly crip
pled.
Several times only five out of the
scores of wires between here and Chica
go were working, and all wires south of
Atlanta were prostrated.
1 lie damage to shipping can only be
estimated. Only one death was report
ed up to a late hour, that of a Brooklyn
man blown from a scaiiold. I ho hurricane-like
storm lashed high waves
from Sandy Hook to the rivers entering
New lork harbors, sinking tugs and driv
ing other craft into perilous position.
Scores were rescued from capsized small
craft. i
AN ULTIMATUM
IS DELIVERED
DELIVERED TO
COUNTRYMEN
Body of Ambassador Reid Reaches Ne
York on British Warship Saluted
by 19 Guns,
New York, Jan. 4. Great Britain yes
terday delivered the body of Ambassador
Whiteiaw Keid to his countrymen. The
Britinh cruiser Natal escorted by six
United States war vessels bore the body
up to the North River landing amid fog
and gale while the Natal and Florida
fired a salute of 10 guns.
The only decoration on the artillery
caisson bearing the body through the
streets was a floral anchor presented by
the Natal's crew.
A company of marines escorted the
body to the Cathedral of St. John the
Divine.
At the cathedral the casket was car
ried into the crypt and entrusted to a
iiara of JO marines from the battleship
'onnecticut who watched. by the casket
during the night. President Taft, army
and navy dignitaries and foreign representatives-
will attend the funeral ser
vices there to-day.
Allies Say Turkish Delegates Must Find
a Way by Monday or Further
Negotiations Are Off.
London, Jan. 3. Although the word
"ultimatum" was not pronounced, a
practical ultimatum was presented to
Turkey at yesterday' sittiiiir of the
peace conference by the allies. Ex
Premier Miyunkovitch, head of the Mon
tenegrin delegates, who presided yester
day, after the Turks had submitted a
proposal winch was considered inacccp-
table, told the Turks that either by
Monday Turkey must find a way to re
nounce her right over the 'island of
Crete, cede the Aegean Inlands and rec
tify the frontier of ' European Turkey
so as to include Adrianoplu in the allies'
territory or the allies would consider
further negotiations use-less.
BONDS OF
A. MILLION
Will Be Required to Get the
Dynamite Conspirators
Out of Prison
UNDER A WRIT
OF SUPERSEDEAS
Doubt That This Vast Sum
Can Be Obtained for the
32 Defendants
ECZEiA ON LIB
ITCHED DREADFULLY
Scratched In Sleep, Spread Rapidly.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment
worked wonders. Stopped Itch
ing and In Less Than a Week
Healed Entirely, Cost 75 Cents,
ITALY DESERTS WELSH
COAL FOR AMERICAN
Place Order for 200,000 Ton With Col
lieries in The United
States.
Cardiff, Wales, Jan. 4. Italy has now
followed the lead of the Egyptian rail
ways and has placed an order for 200,-
000 tons of coal in America, while she
has also invited tenders for large
quantity from the Yorkshire mine. It
aly is one , of the best customers of
Wales. She has her own coal depot
at Cardiff and has hitherto taken 2,0lK),
0IN) tons of coal a year from this port.
The high price demanded for. 'Welsh
coal at the present moment is given
as the reason for the orders being lost.
Chicago, Jan. 4. Bonds aggregating
ing $1,100,000 must be given if the 32
convicted dynamite conspirators take
advantage of the writ of supersedeas
granted yesterday by the United States
court of appeals, t oiiusel for the ue
fendents admitted there was doubt of
securing this sum, but expressed the
belief enough could be obtained to
accomplish the liberty of I'res. Ry
an and a few other labor leaders until
a decision has been reached on appeal
for the filing of which the court al
lowed GO days.
Of the 33 men in the penitentiary
Hockin will not appeal. ' Judge Baker,
who granted the writ, intimated un
due haste was manifested at Indian
apolis in committing the defendants to
prison.
The court fixed the amount of bonds
on a basis of $10,000 for each year's
sentence, thus Ryan, sentenced to sev
en years, must furnish a bond of
70,000.
"Just Say"
HORLICK'S
It Means
Original and Genulns
MALTED MILK
Tha Food-drink for All Ages.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee,
Agree with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form.
V quick lunch prepared in a minute,
fake no substitute. AskforHORLICK'S
Wi-'f. Others are imitations
IF IT COSTS $1,000,000
McCarthy Say Tveitmoe and Clancy
Will Be Bailed.
San Francisco, Jan. 4. "We will bail
iveitmoe and iiancy out il it costs a
million," said President McCarthy, of
the California Building Trades council
when informed writs or supersedeas had
been granted.
0m
B7 Whitney Ave.,' Cambridge, Mans,
"My trouble waa eczema. It began by my
boae-supportec rubbing and poisoning the
kin on my lug Just above
the knee. Tbs eruption
waa small pimple which
itched dreadfully. When
I scratched tbem they
would scab over and they
itched so night that I
scratched the scab off In
my sleep. They spread
rapidly. I used witch
hazel, different carbolic
salvo but nothing did it
any good until a neighbor told me bow bor
band wore cracked open and bleeding and
that Cuticura. cured her. I had been to so
much expense buying remedies that did no
good that I sent for samples of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment before using. They
worked wonders. They stopped the Itching
and In lea than a week's tune it had healod
entirely, after using a full-sized box of
Cuticura Ointment and a cake of Cuticura
Boap, costing but 75c." (Signed) Mr.
W. E. Lewis. Nov. 25. 1911.
For treating poor complexions, red, rough
hands, and dry, thin and falling hair, Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment have been the
world's favorites for more than a generation.
Sold throughout the world. Liberal sample of
car.h mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Pept.T. Boston."
42Tender-faced men should use Cuticura
fjoap Shaving Stick, 25c. Sample free.
GIRLS CAUGHT IN
WRECK OF FACTORY
High
PROMISE MADE BY ROCKEFELLER.
To Appear at Money Trust Hearing
January 13.
New York, Jan. 4. William Rocke
feller has agreed, through his coun
sel, John A. Garver, to accept service
of a subpoena to appear Jan. 13 before
the Pujo committee of the House of
Representatives investigating the "mon
ey trust, according to an announce'
ment last night at the offices of Samuel
Untermyer, counsel for the committee.
Untermver has accepted the offer in
behalf of the committee. No intima
tion' as to Rockefeller' whereabouts
was given.
Wind in Philadelphia Demolishes
a Three-Story Factory
Building.
Philadelphia,' Jan. 4. High wind yes
terday wrecked a three-story factory
building and several girls employed are
reported to be in the ruins. A dozen
men dragged from the wrekage were
taken to a hospital.
FAVORS CLARK CONFIRMATION.
Senate Committee for Commerce Com
, missioner's Reappointment.
Washington, Jan. 4. The Senate com
mittee on interstate commerce to-day
unanimously recommended the confirm-'
ation of Edward E. Clark as interstate
commerce commissioner. His term ex
pired on Jan. 1, because of the inaction
of the Senate on his nomination.
SUPPOSING
That article in
wearing apparel you
were looking to be
handed you onf
Christmas or Newj
Year s did not come
over?
How about it?
Just dig down and
get it with your own
money.
We have some
stunning things in
Neckwear, Hosiery,
Shirts, that will look
better on you than
for us to carry over.
And just get this
into your mind:
They won't cost you
as much as they
would have the do
nor, had he or she
made good.
We're looking for
you to-night.
Moore & Owens,
Barre's Leading Clothiers
22 No. Main St., Barre, Vt.
SEVEN KILLED BY EXPLOSION
Several Other Injured at DeBeer Dyn
amite Works at Somerset.
Cape Town, Jan. 4. Seven men were
killed and several injured by an explo
sion to-day at the DeBeers dynamite
works in the town of Somerset, twenty
five miles from this city.
SENATOR BAILEY
SENDS RESIGNATION
Texan To Quit Senate Immediately.
He States in His Letter to Senator
Gallinger.
Washington, Jan. 4. Senator Joseph
W. Bailey yesterday sent his resigna
tion as' Senator to Senator Gallinger, to
take effect immediately.
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Tid
T I L D EN
en's Closing Out Sale is in Full Swing
Owing to the tremendous numbers who attend during
our opening days we were continually forced to lock the
doors.
We have thousands of dollars' worth of Shoes, Slippers
and Rubbers. We are going to dispose of everything we
own. Our prices speak for themselves.
GEORGE N. T1LDEN,
Wood Block
Barre, Vermont
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