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i'JIK It A It HE DAILY TIMES, J1AHHE, VT., "-FRIDAY, FEUIUJAItY 7, 1913.
SCORE SHEET ,' STILL CLEAN PLAN TO A CHILD'S WASTE CLOGGED BOWELS Make It Cross, Peevish, Restless and Feverish If Tongue Is Coated, Civt "Syrup of Figs." Liver Dlls Are Cured by HOOD'S PILLS 2 Be. SEIZE SENATE The Shamrocks Won Their Ninth Straight Victory ST. JOHNSBURY F.C.A.'S , STRONG OPPONENTS Visitors Made a Fine Toward End of the Game Rally The flnu! blast of tlie tirackoeper'e uliistlo checked a rally of the French C'atholifi association 'of St. Jolinslmry durinc the dt'i'linjiia moments of tlio pamfi against the Shamrock A. A., at tne Church street gym last evening, per mitting the local organization to win 34 to 24 and thus to adorn tho Shamrock .- trophy shelf with more booty, making the season's record to date nine eonsccu tive wins. The 4St. Johnsbury club made brave stand towards the close of the jittine, scoring four fleld goals in rapid lire succession. Had the time allotted to the third period corresponded with the two former scenes the danirer threat fning the local quintet might have been imminent. The performance of the visitors last evening upheld the reputation they have achieved throughout the state since their organization a few years back. ion.d ering that the contest was under profes sional rules an element of roughness en tered into the game, but there was mutual absence of unnecessary and uncalled-for tactics. St. Johnsbury pre sented a line-up that outweighed the Jocal outfit, and an analysis of thir playing showed that they were adept in the customs of professional rules, but were excelled in basket shooting by the Shamrocks. . Carroll, tho Shamrock center, played an aggressive and brilliant game for the winners, his work surpassing that of any other man on the floor. From bis pivot Iiosition he concentrated the play about lini, executing sensational dribbling rushes down the floor. He looped the A Message to Breathers of Hyom ei A series of tests recently completed Jirove that the HYOMEI vapor treat ment for catarrh, coughs, colds and sore throat is wonderfully efficient whon only one-half teaspoonful of IIYOMKI Is used in one-half a tea cup of boiling lot water. It is advisable to heat the tea cup fiefore pouring the boiling water, 80 that the water will remain hot a longer time. Tour one-half a teaspoonful of HYOMEI over the boiling water, hold cup close to face and breathe through nose and mouth the healing, germ-destroying Ta or that arises. , Just breathe HYOMEI, and its sooth- ' ,ng medicated and antiseptic properties will come in direct contact with the in lamed parts, stop the discharge, drive iut the soreness and heal the mem trane. For catarrh, coughs, colds, sore throat, troup and all nose and throat misery flYOMEI is sold on money back if dis- wtisfled plan. Single bottles of HYO MEI, 50 cents; complete outfit, which includes inhaler, $1.00 at druggists' ev try where. Mail orders filled, charges prepaid, by jiootns tiiUJiM Co., Uufialo, js. y. who will gladly mail trial treatment free. , The Red Cross rharmacy guarantees HYOMEI. Advt. CERTAINLY ENDS . . STOMACH MISERY "Papa's Diapepsin" Cures Heartburn, Gas, Sourness and Indigestion In Five Minutes. Sour, gassy, upset stomach, indiges tion, heartburn, dyspepsia) when the food you eat ferments Into gases and stubborn lumps) your heud aches and you feel sick and miserable, that's when you realize the niHgio in Tape's Dia pepsln. It makes such misery vanish in live minutes. If your stomttch is in a continuous revolt If you can't get it regulated, please, for your sake, try Diapepsin. it's so needless to have a bud stomach make your next meal a favorite food meal, then take a little Diapepsin. 'There will not bo any distress eat without fear. It's because 1'apo's Diapepsin 'really does recuinto weak, out-ot-or tW stomachs that gives it its millions of sales annually. (.Jet a largo fifty-cent case of Tape's Iiiapcpsiu from any drug store, it the aiuo'test, surest stomach relief and cure known. It acts almost like magic- it is a scientific, harmless and pleasant preparation wincn truiy nciongs in every home. Advt. The Progressive Democrats Would Reorganize That Body TO TAKE POWER FROM CONSERVATIVES Move To Make the Commit tees More Progressive ball on nine occasions, 'Many of his shots were spectacular. Grady, who made his first appearance since previous to tlie holidays, was a potent lactor in the Shamrock. victory. His spectacular dribbling brought the spectators to their feet as he bored his way from one end of the hall to the other, sprawling his opponents along his trail. Muart and Ogston played their usual game in tho backfleld. E. Gagnor, the loft forward of the vis itors, played an excellent game. He worked the Hoor to creat advantage and negotiated for five clever baskets,. To assist E. Gagger was Recette, who is well known in local baseball circles through his affiliation with various baseball chins in this section of the state. Recette's strong asset was his ability to dribble and pass. Martin, a youngster, who was eonsigned to LaChance's post in the last period, scored two baskets for the losers. J lie game teemed with excitement every minute, but not until the last period was the verdict of the trame eon ceded. The first, period Carroll scored four baskets from the floor and E. Gas ner three for St. Johnsbury. When the fifteen minutes devoted to the second period were consumed the local organiza tion had obtained a commanding lead scoring five baskets from the floor while the 1 . V. A. added but one to their total The score at the end of this period stood 24 to 14. The local management was decidedly gratified with the outcome of the game and intends to arrange lor another game to be played in the city between the two teams before the season is closed. 1 be local club will go to St. Johnsbury for the return came within two weeks. The score: Shamrock A. A. French C. A Hagan, rf lg, LaChance Smith, rf lg, Martin radv. If rg, L. Gagner Carroll, c e Recette Stuart, rg If, E. Gagner Ogston, lg rf, Bedord The score Shamrock A. A. 34, French C, A. 24. Baskets from, the floor-Carroll 0, E. Gagner 3, Grady 4, Stuart 2, Be dord 2, Martin 2, LaChance, Recette, Og ston. Points from fouls Shamrock A. A. 2, French C. A. 2. Referees Scampi ni. Umpire LeFord. TimerStuart. Scorer Mackie. Time two 15 periods and a 10-min. Wasliincton. Feb. 7. The Progressive Democrats of the Senate have renewed their eirorts to force such reorganization of the upper house as will strip tho con servatives and reactionaries of author ity. For a few weeks there has been an armistice in this struggle and the "liar monizers" had apparently succeeded in patching up peace. But the armistice is over, and the war has begun again. The plan now is simply to organize the com mittees so that they will be "progres sive," but to bo after the scalps of Serv ator 'Martin of Virginia, the nominal Democratic leader, and Senator Simmons of North Carolina, who will automatical ly become chairman of the committee on finance. The Progressives are daily holding conferences and if their plans go through, the Senate will be led at the next session by one of three men. Hoke Smith of Georgia, Gore of Okla homa, or Kern of Indiana. " John Niarp illiams is being spoken of as the prob able selection of the Progressive Demo crats for the chairman of the important committee on finance. A plan is being devised whereby the committee assign menu will be distributed equitably, no one man, theoretically at least, having any more committee power than another. W hat makes this news of particular sig nificance is that the Wilson men arc in the front amonir the Procressive. Ex actly where the president-to-be stands is not known, -but it is believed that the renewal of this fight means that ne is quietly sympathizing with the insur gents. A NEW FOUNT OF YOUTH. Mrs. Glendower Evans of Boston Discov ers That Beauty Follows the Ballot. Washington, Feb. 7. "Beauty follows the ballot," in effect a declaration made by Mrs. Glendower Evans of Boston, ono of the leaders at National Suffragist headquarters here, is expected to-dny to win many converts to the cause of uni versal suffrage. Mrs. Evans told an au dience last night that, given the right to vote, a woman could renew her youth. Until I learned what it was to vote," she said, "and voted in the school elec tions, 1 did not have any interest in anything, political or commercial ; but now I can absorb the great questions with more interest than most men and, think, with as much understanding. One friend of mine stated that she had been made ten years younger by gaining the vote. Women will be continue to be ill-treated and under-paid until they get the votes." Leaders in the sufTrtg!-t movement are redoubling their efforts to convert the men of Washington, espec ially now that the adjournment of Con gress is approaching. BRYCE A PERMANENT HAGUE COMMISSIONER SURE TO PLEAsE "Solving any humorous problem helps humanity. We do that in every bit of electrical work entrusted to us. House service, in the way of wiring and in stalling ELECTRICAL BELLS Is not only "sure to lcaa" when we do it, but is certain to last. It's a mis take to think any kind of wiring is good. Don't chance it while we are here and while our prices are low like now. Get us. Barre Electric Co., US NsrtS Mm Stoat, WWUck IWck. TrUpUs tt-V Latest Popular Music A FEW OF THE GOOD ONES Row, Row Row. fchip of My Dreams. I'll Put Mine Against Your Any Time. Hi Sit Right oa the Moon. My Persian Rooe. I he Ghot of the Goblin Man. Ihi the Mississippi. Whrn J Gtt om A Ions To-night. Any pupular number published, at l.e 0wr copy, or eight for 11.00. I pay the postage. Addra-M: Just wholesome, pure, good tobaccos TURKISH BLEND CIGARETTES The goodness of this clever Turkish-Wen J has given it a country-wide popularity ! "Distinctively Individual" Named to This Post by the British Government Time of Departure from United States not Yet Settled. Loudon, Feb. 7. James Bryce, British ambassador to Washington, has been ap pointed . by the British government a member of the Permanent Court of Arbi tration at The Hague. It was announced at the time of Ambassador Bryce's res ignation that his departure from the United States would depend upon the settlement of the Panama Canal ques tion between Great Britain and the United States. Mr. Bryce's appointment as a member of the permanent court of arbitration of The Hague is to fill a vacancy to be caused next August by the retirement of the president of the British delegation, lion. Kir Jtdward fry, who will then re eighty years old. It is understood to lie the purpose of the British government to continue Mr. Bryce in his present.po.it until the conclusion of the Panama canal negotiations. This is upon the pre sumption that the issue may be brought to an amicable settlement directly be tween the two governments, or that an agreement may be reached for its arbi tration before the expiration of tne pres ent administration. If that should ap pear impossible, it ts expected Mr. Bryce will remain in Washington long enough to develop clearly President Wil son's attitude, after which the negotia tions may be turned over to Sir Arthur Cecil Spring-Rice. Should the canal tolls issue finally go to arbitration it is probable that' Mr. Bryce may be selected as one of the arbitrators. Children dearly love to take delicious "Syrup of Figs" and nothing else cleans and regulates their tender little stom achs, liver and thirty feet of bowels so promptly and thoroughly. Children get bilious and constipated, just like grown-ups. Then they get sick, the tongue is con ted, stotnacii sour, breath badj they don't eat or rest well-, they become feverish, cross, irirtable and don't want to play. Listen, mothers for your child's sake, don't force the little one to swallow nauseating castor oil, violent calomel or harsh Irritants like cathartic pills. A teaspoonful of Syrup of Figs will have your child smil ing and happy again in hist a few hours. Syrup of Fis will gently clean, sweeten and regulate the stomach, make the ilver active and move on and out of the bowels all the constipated matter, tlie sour bile ,th foul, rlogged-up waste and poisons, without causing cramps or griping. W Jtli Syrup of t ins, you are not drug ging or injuring your children. Being composed entirely of luscious figs, senna and aromatics, it cannot be harmful. Full directions for children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the package. Ask your druggist for the full name, "Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna," prepared by the California Fig Syrup Co. jhis is the delicious tasting, genuine old reliable. Befuse anything else of fered. Advt. WALDO SUSPENDS GRAFT CONFESSOR Tes- Deposed Police Captain Walsh To tify Against the Men High er Up. ' New York, Feb. 7.--Police Captain Thomas Walsh, who confessed on his sick bed Wednesday night that he was a grafter and shared graft with an in spector of police and another man high er up, was suspended from duty yester day by Rhinelander Waldo, commission er of police. The commissioner took ac tion as soon as he had confirmed from the district attorney's office the authen ticity of Wal.-hs confession. No legal action against the inspector had been taken yesterday afternoon.' On Mondav, if well enough, WaNh will testify before the grand jury, and soon after indictments are expected. Yesterday afternoon Commissioner Waldo conferred with. Mavor Gaynor concerning the latest revelations in ois much-investigated department, steadily under fire since the murder of the gam bler, Herman Rosenthal,' last July. The high "civilian official named by Capt. Walsh a the head of the graft system at police headquarters, it was learned yesterday, is a deputy police commissioner, an appointee or Mayor Gaynor and a close confidant of Commis sioner Waldo. So great was Waldo's confidence in this deputy that the "sys tem" depended absolutely on its head quarters, representative to quiet Waldo's suspicions and to block any evidence threatened to be brought to Waldos attention. ' NOT A SUCCESS. TUBERCULAR COWS A PERIL. as Barrt JAMES R. MACK A V Uniform Legislation Recommended a Remedy. New York. Feb. 7. "Tuberculosis jows don't die; they become bolognes" said Chairman Charles E. North, yestjrday at the eastern cattle and milk confer ence. The dairymen, cattlemen and health officers from eastern and middle states devoted the session to a discus eion of bovine tuberculosis. After being told the dangers from sick cows they recommended uniform state legislation to remedy the situa tion. A resolution favoring the slaughter of diseased cattle without remuneration was violently opposed by the farmers and the delegates compromised on an amendment recommending payment to original owners and not to the dealer, who it was said might go into business bovine disrased cattle for the sake of the state bounty. With a view of strengthening the fed rral and interstate quarantine measue the conference recommended that the. sale of diseased rattle be prevented with in the state they came from. Vocational Training Fails in District of Columbia Schools. Washington, Feb. 7. Although direct ly under the eve of the federal bureau of education, which .. preached vocational traimnir in the public schools or tne country, the school system of the Dis trict of Columbia, apparently has found the experiment more or less of a failure. Lack of interest in the special classes has made it necessary to suspend several teachers and orders probably will go but to-day from the board ot education, granting "forced leave" to several. Some of the special classes were found to be so small that their continuation was deemed inadvisable. FIVE THEATRES CLOSED. They Must Be Remodeled to Conform to Chicago Law. Chicago, Feb. 7. Five theatres of the upstairs or "loft" class, one of them in the down-town district, were closed by the police last night on an order from the building commissioner. All of the theatres, witn the excep tion of the one down-town, were ton- cent houses. Arrangements had been made by the down-town house to close its doors next Saturday in order that the place might be remodeled to conform with the city ordinance. The theitrc had been sold out for last night's per formance and $I04 was returned to ticket holders. TAKE YOUR CHOICE You can have your choice of a lot of good things in clothes here right now, and you can't possibly, choose poor quality, if you choose from our Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats SUITS, $18.00 and up OVERCOATS, $18.00 and up FA B R I C $ Cheviots, tweeds, worsteds, Scotch, Irish imported weaves silk mix tures. Nubb effects in a large va riety of colors. .STYLES Sack suits with long roll lapel; soft front sacks; high cut six-button waist coats. Overcoats with and without belts, long overcoats. MOORE & OWENS SSis&ZOz one of the more than 300,000 due this month were in the mail on time. "The crucial test, the one which wo were not sure we woukl be able to pass successfully, has been made without a hitch," said Dr. Alvah II. Thompson, in charge of the disbursements, yester day, after the last pensioner's check had started on its way. "On account of the vast work involved in bringing all these agencies with their voluminous records, it was feared there might be some delay this first month, but such is not the case." Burlington Meat Scraps Feed it the year 'round and have eggs Winter A Summer Sold By All Feed Dealers. SPINE PATCHED WITH SHINB0KK. Veicect Unusual Operation in a Hospital at Salem, Mass. Salem., Mats., Feb. 7. In order to prevent a man suffering with tuberculo sis of the spine from becoming a hunch back a piece of shin-bone was grafted to his spinal column in the Salem hos pital yesterday. The operation, performed by I)r. Hv rey F. XewhnJI of Lynn, is declared reasonably certain of success. The piece of shin-bone nsed in the operation i' taken from the patient, lie will not i crippled in any way, the doctors say. Senate Contest in If. H. Unchanged. Concord, X. H, Feb. 7 The rontct- nt in the race for the United Stales senstnrship occupied the n me relsti.'e portion as Wednesday at the end of the o tsi IM ew lUmpvhire legislature yetrdsy. Henry F. lloii.s, Democrat. with was still Ave votes aar from his goal. Kdaard X. Tearson, Kep'iiili- j can. and 177; Robert E. B. irofr-1 tire. 22: there were II scattering votes. II members were paired Ind t fere abseoU 300,000 PENSION CHECKS ON TIME. Bureau at Capital Pleased With Success Under new System. Vaehington, Feb. 7. The first checks paid to pensioners under the new sys tem, which did away with the eighteen agencies in various parts of the coun try ajid united them here under one head, have just gone out, aud every Praise This Remedy For Consumption If the voluntarily written words of srrateful people living In all psrts ot the country, nrai.lng Krkman's Altera tive, a remedy for the to-arnK-nt of coughs, eolils. throat and lung trouble, are to lie believed, thin medirlue I cer tainly doing- vitut amount of good for such sunYrers. We mute none but fscts. and aire to yon the name and words of nrsiM of thoae wbo declare It bene fited them in many caws conpled with the writers' statement that It restored them to health. Tbls Is a sample takra from many: St. Mary's Academy. O'Neill, Nebraska. "Oenllemen: About seven years sko t was attacked with (be dread disease. Tuberculosis. I ronirhed onceaKlnitlr, enuld not sleep nor eat. even could not rk nut loud and enuld do no work. I bad three bemorrhs es. raised blood most of the time ami Buffered of night aweata. fever and chills. A specialist of Columbus, Ohio, prouonnced my esse hopeless. "Nearly fire years ago t beard of yonr Alterative and procured aome at once, with Ins result tbat I soon found myself restored to health. For the past four years I have been able to continue my teaching, and though I have alwar had heavy school work. I ant also able to perform much manual labor. 1 consider your medicine, if faithfully taken, a most excellent remedy for i onsnmptloa. Mother Superior permits tbls testinoaiaL tHIgnedl M8TKH MtRlE. Ulster nf 8t. Francis. Fckmsn'a A Iters tire s effect! la H ma rt) it. s. Asthma. Hit I'erev; Throat and Luna TriubMa. and In apbni'nling the system Itoes not costsie r-t'lsn"- opiate cr habit-forming druas. Ak for booklet telling of recoveries and write ! IVksiaa laboratory. I'hl id. ii.bls. Pa, for ev. steac. 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