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THE HAHHK . DAILY TIMES, BAKHE, VT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1913.
3 n' Mi .-m. iff i IS THIS YOUR DAUGHTER? Are tou lcttine thin, impure blood stand in the way ol your daughter' health? Mostjrirlshave impoverished blood. Don't take it for granted that your daughter in free from it. Even nov-she may be in the first stag's of blooujess ness. Its etiecU on her hoalth and happiness are too lasting for you ever to let up in your care and watchfulness. No matter how sick, worn out and diocourafted she may be Dr. Y,illiams' Pink Pills will give her new hope and life. In nine per sons of out ten, bad blood is the real cause of their sickness and to it may be traced rheumatism, neu ralgia, gas on the stomach, indi gestion, anaemia, chlorosis, sick headaches, nervousness, St. Vitus' dance, sciatica and nervous pros tration, for those feeling only just a little out of order, there is no better time than the present to take this blood-building medicine. Remember also that this is the time of the year when there must be no let down in your own health. Any lowering of the quality of yonr blood now is dangerous, as it makes the body an easy victim of the grip and colds. Take Dr Williams' Pink Pills to keep your blood pure and healthy and you will be well and strong. , A full explanation of the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is con tained in the booklet, "Building Up the Blood." it wiu be sen free upon request. It will tell yon how to treat your trouble and shows what these pills have done. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists or direct by mail on receipt of price, 60 cents per box or 12.50 for six boxes. Ad dress the Sr. 'Williams Medicine Company. Schenectady K.Y. PROTESTS FROM ABROAD Immigration Bill Meets New Opposition from For eign Nations INFRINGEMENT OF SOVEREIGNTY Notes from Germany, Italy and Holland Re . ceived GOLD MSI the world's greatest cleanser HOW U. S. LOSES OIL DUTIES. $1,200,000 More Revenue Should Be Col lected Yearly on Oleomargarine, Washington, Feb. 7. The government loses approximately $1500,000 every year because the treasury department is unable to collect duties on oils used In the manufacture of oleomargarine Recording to Commissioner of Internal , .Revenue Caucu s testimony Deiore a House committee yesterday. Defective laws, lie said, enabled the manufacturers to tie up procedure in the courts. PROBING RISE IN CRUDE OIL. Government Wants To Know If Stand ard Oil Caused It , Washington, Feb. It -The soaring price of crude oil is being investigated by the department of justice in connection with an inquiry to determine whether the decree dissolving the Standard Oil company has been violated. The eovernnient wants to know wheth er any former subsidiaries of the trust nave created conditions responsible for enormous rise and whether there has been any concerted action. Washington, Feb. 7. When President Taft gave a hearing yesterday upon the new immigration bill he alo had before In in protests from Germany, Italy ami the Netherlands against the provision which authorizes the secretary of com merce and labor to place inspectors, mat rons and public liealth, service surgeons aboard immigrant ships to report to American immigration authorities upon the condition and treatment of uniu grants en route. Another protest, from Austria, is sa to be on the way, and intimations have been received that 1' ranee and f.ngiand will join the protest. All the protesting nations are said to regard tne provision as an infringement of their sovereignty over their ships on the high seas am lmpueinir the taith ot their ollieiali the execution of the immigration laws. Manv prominent Jews arrived here yesterday to protest to the president against certain features of the bill. 1'resident 1 alt. told those appearin that he was virtually sitting as a judge Senators O'Gorman and Koot, Secretary Naeel. Representatives Koberts, Thayer. Kahn, Sabbath and Curley and Julius Rosen f eld of Chicago and Louis Mar shall of New York were among a hun dred or more of those seated about the president. "The burden is upon those who oppose this bill, said the president. It re quires a very strong showing to induce the executive to override the action o both houses of Congress." President Taft said that every organ ization interested, not represented by speaker yesterday, might file a brief. Gold Dust stands at the head of all cleaners and cleansing j jJ' products it has stood right there 'ever since it was intro duced. The beauty of it is that Gold Dust will do more work and more kinds of work than soap or any other cleanser. It will also do quicker, better work and save at least one-half the housewife's time and labor. To use Gold Dust for all household cleaning is to do your work in the shortest and best way. MELLEN INQUIRY RESUMED BY JURY Correspondence with the Grand Trunk Relating to Traffic Pact Put in Yesterday. New York, Feb. 7. -Investigation of tho New Filmland railroad situation wits resumed yesterday by the speeiul fedouil last week ind:ct'jd grand jury which resident .Mellon, of the New York, New & Hartford railroad and President .Chamberlain, of the Oraiid Trunk rail way, for alleged violation of the crimi nal clause of the Sherman anti-tniit law. Yesterday, correspondence between the officer of the New Haven and the (jirandlTrunk relating to the proposed trallie agreement which formed tho bais of the indictments was submitted to the grand jury. Mellen and Chamberlin are now undor $10,000 ball pending their final pleading to the indictment. They have entered tentative pleas of not guilty, but have until February 10 to change their pleas, demur or enter pleas of abatement. S9 SAYS ALASKANS MAY DIE OUT. SON'S DEATH ENDS MOTHER'S STUDIES NAVIGATION OF HUDSON CLOSES. 18 Season the Longest on Record By Days. 1 Albany, Feb. 7. With a record of 17 consecutive days of navigation, boats on the Hudson river between A 1 bain and New York made their last througl .trips yesterday. ! This year's continuous navigation rec ord exceeded the former record estab' iJiahed in 1810 by 18 days. Hints on Hair Health . If yon use our treatment, we will either atop your hair from falling or pay for the treatment ourselves. Dandruff Is a contagion disease caused by a microbe, which if not removed causes baldness. This microbe often eomea from a comb er brush belonging to someone eUe. If you ars troubled with dandruff; Itching scarp, falling hair, or baldness, we beliere that Rexall "93" Hair Tonie will do more than anything else to remove the dandruff, destroy the germ, make the scalp healthy and stop falling hair, and, if there Is any . life left in the roots, also promote growth of new hair. I We believe that probably 65 per cent of the cases of baldness could be overcome if people would only use Rexall "93" Hair Tonio for reasonable time, as directed. i i We don't want you to take ous word for this. We want you to test he merits of Rexall 93" Hair Tonie at our risk. If you use it and it does not give satisfaction, just come back to us and tell us, and we will immediately hand back to you the money you paid for it. You promise nothing, sign nothing and your mere word will be taken for it We are dependent upon your con fidence and patronage, and we would not make these claims, or make this cffer if we did not believe that Retail 93" Hair Tonie is the very best hair preparation you can use. Two sixes of bottles, Wo and 11.00. You can buy Rexall "93" Hair Tonie b tha community only at our store: RED CROSS PHARMACY Burt H. Wells, Proprietor Barre T7W JSSSSJ Jw Vermont Tbero is a Resall Btore in marly every town .nd eur in the rntlea Mates. Cauda and Great Britain. Them is a different Rexall Two Were Classmates at University of Illinois Agricultural SchooL Chicago, Feb. 7. An unusual compan hip between mother and son was end ed Wednesday night when S. II. Col ins, a freshman at the university ot Illinois, died at his home here. The mother was also a student in the same classes with her boy. They registered the school of agriculture. When vounff Collins was preparing to go to the university last iau, nis mom er said: "I'll bo with you." At Champaign they lived at the same i i . .1 : . il. ' nouse, naa adjoining srais in me ciuna rooms, studied together and attended university functions and theatres to gether. AGAINST SCHOOL ROD. Spanking Parents' Duty, Says Woman Member of Boston Board. Boston, Feb. 7. Banish the rod from the schoolroom is the admonition of Miss Frances G. Curtis, recently made a member of the Boston school com mittee. While it is true, she says, that the children who should be spanked are not outnumbered by the parents who deserve the treatment, it should be re served to the latter to inflict corporal punishment. Even then, Miss Curtis de clares, she does not know that spank ing should be allowed. EDUCATIONAL NOTES. an-4 hndy for orir vtt ordinary bumtva ill Ha specially isrd for lb pvtMuUr iU for whict) it M recommended. Tk lUsali Stsr ar America CruM Drue Star Gentle and Sure You, also, should give ap proval to this efficient family .remedy your bowels will be regulated so surely and safely ; jyour liver stimulated; your digestion so improved by BEECHAM'S PILLS The astronomic society of Mexico will present a medal and diploma to every astronomer who discovers a comet. A commission of teachers from Lm guay is studying educational institutions in the United Mates and canaaa. Private benefactions for theological schools amounted to $1,680,000 during the past year. The .New York school luncn commu tee serves about 2,000 children a day with penny lunches in seven public schools in Aew xork City. Over six hundred summer schools have announced sessions for 1913, according to the educational directory issued by the United States bureau of education,, That instruction in domestic science be made compulsory for all girls' schools is urged in a petition signed by a large number of women in Berlin, Germany. .Virginia, Arkansas, and orth tan ina now have ' nealtn almanacs mat are issued by the state board of health to popularize information on hygiene and sanitation. The number of students in the high schools of Wisconsin wlio take Latin de creased 12 per cent, during the past year, while the number of those taking Oer man increased 1U per cent. There were 1,445 farmers in attend ance upon the "short course at the Oregon Agricultural college this year, compared with 50 when the work was inaugurated six years ago. Only men with practical experience in industry are allowed to enter the newly organized department for the training of teachers of manual arts in the riteh- tmrg. Mass., normal school. it is planned to provide teachers of manual arts for the upper grades of the elemen tary schools and the high schools. Vocational work in high schools is now fully recognized with other subjects for admission to the University of Kan sas. Three of the required fifteen units may be in manual training, domestic eienee, stenography, bookkeeping, agri culture, or commercial law. The univer sity of Michigan also accepts vocational subjects. Cold Dust is sold in 5C size and large pack ages. The large package means greater economy ppru"f to ' !nof TPS it lour Uoor I II "Ut thm COLD DUST TWINS do' your work" REPORT GOODWIN TO WED 5TII TIME Miss Marjorie Moreland, Actress, to Be Fiancee of Actor. Said Xew York, Feb. 7. With the news from Baltimore that Marjorie Moreland. the actrens. has obtained a divorce from Charles X. Doughty on the ground of de sertion, the report spread tliroiili Broadway yesterday that Miss Morehind is to become Mrs. Jvat C. Goodwin Xo. 5. Doughty lias a suit pending for &J5.0D0 damages against Goodwin, charging him with having alienated -Mrs. Doughty a affection. In her divorce suit Mrs. Doughty charged that Doughty deserted her at a date preceding her meeting Goodwin. Ro, 1 .Miss tliza Wethershy. Xo. 2 Miss Nellie Baker Pease. Xo. 3 Miss Maxine Elliott. No. 4. Miss Edna Goodrich. The beautiful Miss Moreland has been Goodwin's leading woman and also has starred with William Faversham. Tuberculosis Threatens the Race, Says Dr. Brolish. Washington, Feb. 7. The terrible rav ages of tuberculosis will extermiiwte the entire native population of Alaska in sixty or seventy years unless the dis ease is eradicated at once, according to the report of Dr. Emil Brutish of the public health service. "I am of the opinion," he said yes terday, "that 15 per cent, of the popu lation is infected with tuberculosis in either the active or latent stage. With the advent of the white man the na tive has contracted his disease, which is degenerating and depopulating the race. , Dr. Brulish was sent to Alaska to investigate the health of the natives. LEAVE THE BAG UNLOCKED. A Man Who Didn't Paid Letter Postage ($6.40) on His. New lork, eb. 7. it you send your travelling bag by parcel post be sure to leave it unlocked. A New York trav. eliug man learned this lesson yesterday when the postman brought him a grip he hsd left in Pittsburgh and for which ho had wired. The parcel bore sixty four cents in stamps, but because the bag was locked it came as first-class matter and the owner had to pay 90.4'). TELLS HIS STORY. Frederick 0. Beach Testifies in His Own Behalf. Aiken, S. C. Feb. 7.Frederick O. Beach,-a wealthy New Yorker, took the witness stand in his own defense shortly after court was resumed yesterday, in the case in which lieach is charged with assaulting his wife with murderous intent. Both the accused and his wife have teadily maintained that the guilty per son was a negro, who seized Mrs. Bcich as she left the house to give her dogs an airing. Beach described in detail the incidents of the night of the assault upon his wile, lie said she had stepped out for a fiw moments and that he heard her scream . When he found ber, she was in a hyster ical condition and investigation showed wound in her throat. He saw a negro run away as he came out of the hou.-ie, he said. jieiore leaving Aiken last vear. he told the mayor that he was going and offered to remain if he could be of stiv ssistance to the authorities. The may- told him to go, if he wished to. Ends Piles or Money Back I honestly cure any kind of Piles with HEM-KOIU or druggist returns money. My tablets taken internally removes the cause and my treatment forever ends all misery. Thousands have been cured thou sands more will be how about you ? Instant relief and permanent cure guaranteed. Ask for Dr. Leonhardt's HEM-ROIDtreatment-Jl.OO. Look for this Signature YOU! See This New Gas Range easily attached to several Qua ker models, taking up no more room than the regular end shelf. This makes the ideal combination range for all the year around nearly doubling the oven capacity and insur ing quick service when needed The new Gas oven is all cast iron even to the oven bottom, . . and is fitted with the Graves Patent Lighter that makes explosions in the oven impossible. The convenient gas broiler is entirely separate so that one may broil and bake at the same time; all the gas burners are of the Standard U. G. I. Pattern and are easily adjustable to different pressures and local conditions. We would le pleased to show you other exclusive features of loth (he gas and coal Quaker Ranges if you trill call at our store. C. W. AVERILL & Barre, Vermont CO. WALDO SUSPENDS INSPECTOR SWEENEY Latter's Name 'Mentioned in Connec tion with Graft Charges Police , Captain Walsh Also Suspended. New York, Feb. 7. Dennis Sweeney, inspector of police, was suspended from the New York police force by Commis sioner Waldo yesterday aiternoon. tu name had been mentioned in the graft confession made last ""night by Polioe Captain Thomas Walsh, likewise sus pended yesterday. Mr. Red Cross Pharmacy, Agents in Barre. Statue of Franklin Pierce Is Assured. Concord, N. H Feb. 7. The bitter fight waged over the erection of a sta tue of Franklin Pierce, the only presi dent to come from New Hampshire, wns practically ended yesterday when the public improvement committee voted unanimously in favor of a statue, to be erected in the yard of the State House. As there are only ' a. few Civil war veterans who have always opposed the erection of the statue left in the legislature the new statue is assured, ac cording to the committee. HLIBHARK RUBBERS This Hub-Mark is your Value-Mark on Rubbers Wear Hub-Mark Rubbers this winter. They cost no more than any first-class rubber. If your dealer can't supply you write us. Boston Rubber Shoe Co., Maiden, Mass. PEARY ILL. Grand Old Kagtime. lc X.. Bill I see a .ct. Louis man made $4, 0OO as a ragpicker. Jill As a ragpicker, did you esy?" Bill e. as a ragpicker. Jill What la he Yeokers Statesman. Explorer Submits to an Operation- Alarming Reports Denied. Washington, Feb. 7. Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary submitted to an opera tion here Wednesday the nature of which not disclosed. Alarmine reports that it was for appendicitis or stomach trouble are emphatically denied by the family. The explorrc was reported yesterday as doing well. "Itching Eczema Drives tto Wild!" ZEM0 Stops Itching Instantly I Buy a 28a Bottle Today and Prove It. Itching vanishes Instantly by nslua SMO, This Is absolutely guaranteed. 1 'i L:y Y Are file Judge sgj Mr I Jury by ANY ! of the Monster Money-Saving Opportunities Offered N. KENYON & CO at their Gre4at Bona Fide Mark-Down Stock l ad Which we have conducted the last twelve days which ended last night, covering our entire line of goods throughout our store. As advertised in Tuesdav and Wednesday's papers, the sale would close on our gen- I eral line Thursday night, but would continue on lines we wished to close out, including odd and broken lots of merchandise, for an indefinite time longer. To everyone we would urge an early inspection of our bargain tables and counters for rare bargains through different lines. Do not forget we still can save you dollars by trad ing here. We must reduce our stock and to do this we must cut the prices deep. Your Gain Our Loss Stop tti Aronrt irMO In Cnnrantd to Mop cko iery netting lauanuyf ZE.MO will be a surprise to you. Just as It has been a surprise to thousands who have already tried it. Your first application of ZE.MO will brinir Instant relief or your money Is refunded. fain ana iioninif. raw acorrnina; eetema sores, prickly heat, pimples, sralp Itchlnsr. rash, t'tter, blackheads. skin IcItMlon or lrf snimntlon Mop. andrurr is nntnina: but scsip ec zema; tch ZEMO curs It and stop scsl a itchinsr. It rives blessed re lief to baby'a skin troubles. Don't miss It for JSe. ZEMO la a clean, antiseptic solution, applied en b kln N ulntnwit w pnte. But three snnllcstlnns of Tone hlrfi. lT.slued medicine had the desired ef fect for eccem and awful Itchlna." Pol Landau, c-o Kol f -s nd a u Cloak and Suit Co, St. Louis. Mo. Flrt-cl druasrleta ererrwtiera ell 7FMfl 9El m uiImI lwtlll k music publisher!1"0" receipt of price by E. W. ' Rose Aledlclne Co- St. Louis, Mo. 1 lot Covered Cereal Dishes rang ing in price from $1.00 to $2.50, to close at 67c. One lot of Butter Dishes, regu lar value from 45c to $1.50, now 29c. See our big values in Crocker', to close at 5c. ANOTHER LEADER IN Stationery "Wedgewood" nitial Correspondence Cards. To those who are particular and who desire good -Stationer', we say, See this display. Never be fore were Stationery values of fered on this quality of Paper. Sec Window A good chance to buy Alumi num Ware is now. A saving of 33 1-3 to 50 per cent, at this sale. No better made. Jardinieres at 50 per cent, to 75 per cent less than regular prices. Values never offered before still appear on our 7c Table. Every little bit saved by trading at this great money saving sale added to what you've got adds a little bit more to your savings bank account. Trade at KENYON & COMPANY'S Great Bargain-Giving Opportunities at 185 and 187 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont, AND SAVE MONEY. C. N. aalMj 1 n 14 LI hi L3