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TIIK HAIUIK DAILY TIMKS. I1AKHK. AT., .MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1013.
Relief for Bowel Trouble NAMES J.ANHUT THAW BRIBER Here Is a laxative not a purgative but a pleasant, easy totake tablet that tastes Just like candy, that children like, that Is Ideal for Invalids and a red persons. We guarantee It not to cost you a penny If It does not satisfy you. Don't doubt or hesitate make us prove It. ConsuR Your Doctor Wa belleva your doctor will tell you that about OS per cent of all liuman ills are indirectly caused by unclean aud ooustipatsd boweU. You know tha tint question the doctor aks when you consult him U, "Art your bowela regular?" When your bowels are not natur ally exercised such aa they would be if you took good brisk walk of ail or seven miles a dny out in the open, they requira artificial exercise and a corrective tonic that will soothe and strengthen while regulating the bowels to natural action. Free If It Falls We have so much faith in Retail Orderlies aa the safest, most depend able, eaaieat-to-take, quietest acting and most thoroughly good remedy for bowel trouble, that we offer them with our positive guarantee that if they do not satisfy for any reason whatever, we will hand back the money you paid for them. Don't doubt or hesitate. Make us prove our claims. Come and get a box of Kexall Orderlies today. We won't ask you to aign anything or obligate you in any way. Your mere request will bring a return of your money. You take no rink what ever. With this guarantee there it certainly no reason why you should hesitate to try Remember, we are doing husiiieaa right here where you live. You are acquainted with ua or you are ios aibly a friend or a neighbor. We would not dare to make such a state ment were we not positive that Rei all Orderlies justify every claim we make for them. If your tongue U eaated, if your breath is bad, if your food does not digest easily, if you feel dissy at times, if you are bilious, if you are irritable, if you suffer headache, j ut try Kexall Orderlies because the chances are that you are simply auffering constipation. Dr. Russell Tells Sulzcr "Thinks" That Was the Lawyer's Name SAID AMCMCA GOV.SULZER IS INDIGNANT Says He Is Not in Sympathy with Thaw No Effort To Get Him Out Rexall Orderlies come In conven ient vest pocket tin boxes. 13 tablets, 10c; 30 tablets, 25c; 80 tablets, 60c. CAUTION: Fleam bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all drug gists. You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The Rexall Stores. You can buy Rexall Orderliea in this community only at our store: RED CROSS PHARMACY, &y BARRE The 5toqg& Store r Then Is a Remit rHorn in nssrlr every town and eity In the United (Hates, CsbuU sad Great Britain. There Is a different Keiall Remedy for nearly eveiy ordinary human ill tech especially designed for the particular ill tor which It is reoommtnded. " The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores New York, Feb. 24. Gov, Sulzer an nounccd at Albany, X. Y., Saturday night that Dr. John W. Russell, super inU'mlcut of Matteawan state hospital for the criminal insane, had told him that "lie thinks " the man who offered him $-'0,000 if he would aid in releasing Harry K. Thaw "is named John Anhut." As a rot u It of this information, the VERMONT Rovernor said the committee of inquiry had issued a subpoena for "John Nichol son Anhut, whom we have learned main tained an oflice on Wall street in Xew York City and who has a residence at White llains." The governor explaine that the subpoena was issued because the name wa found in the New York TO PARI A Story of the Last War With England Br T. TOWNSEND SMITH We had good luck in meeting British merchantmen nnd bad secured some prizex, a few of which we carried into port, and some we let go, they not be ing of diiicu value. We were Bailing In longitude went from Greenwich 62 degrees and -10 minutes, latitude 35 de crees 15 minutes, when in the direc tion of the Bermudas, to the windward of us, appeared on the horizon a sail. KIk- bad a good breeze, while we were City telephone directory. Mr. Anhut, if located, will hn asked to annenr before , . . . . , a i ... . ..... a i-uapiaiu reau me Dunai service, the committee to-dar. when the inquiry 'inat ended, I Heard sometning allde on into charges that William F. Clark, sec board, and presently I was taken un retary of the committee, had used tl and was slldlnc raoldlv. nlunirlnir feet governor's name without authority i foremmt into roiri .rstpr n attempt to secure Thaw's release will if .,m.i hu i i,-t An - "o resumed. ine governor euinrua u vviuuv uhi feirut? uvnu u I l 11' a cutting open me oag ana two nunarea nr. Russell, the ..nerintemlent of more uerore l cut tne rop that bound Matteawan state hospital, called yester my tinkles to the sinking shot When day to discuss the Thaw matter. It is free I commenced to rise, slowly at the first time I ever met him. Dr. Rus first, but soon quite rapidly. My breath e'l volunteered to tell mo all he knew was gone when I reached the surface. nwn"(t tne atentpta to bnoe mm i the interest of Thaw's freedom. 'Substantially he told me this: Tha some time last December he was invite by telephone to New York to meet man whom he thinks is named John An hut. Dr. Russell went to New Y'ork but I knew that if I sank again I would take In water, so I exerted my self and got a few breaths. I didn't sink again and pretty soon was able to look about me. There was the ship not fifty yards response to this invitation and met thi from me and another body lust shoot- man, wno told him he could make Jfzo lng over the side. Fortunately 1 was (MM) if he w"ld help to get Thaw out o astern an th, r,,uo- .t h. h,.,. 'e insane asylum. Subsequently tin lal work did not see me. I swam for r?" fut et him aain in ew Yorfi . mo luuuer sua n mere was uui nine a,M l, ,or,v, .r. wv 1 1 J 1 - I . . . , . I v' " "" VMH v- iuni ueui..v ueiBiuieu. duo uinuo suu,u. oreeie succeeaea in reacning ana sions and said nothing about it to any uu,iu vu w uis cuauia one except Vol. IScott. Just who John There wasn't much sea on or 1 Anhut is appear to be a mystery. I would soon bare been washed from never heard of John Anhut, but we are my bold. I had had nothing to eat having turn looked up. Dr. Russell think since the morning before and hadn't he is a lawyer, but is as vague in this for us and came np with us, breaking the British Aug. She was altogether too strong for us. and after a short fight we surrendered. I was put down between decks with the others, who, being tired with sev eral dnys' constant activity ending with a fight, were all very soon asleep. Somehow I couldn't sleep and sat watching our guards, who were as fagged as we. One by one they drop ped asleep. There wasn't much use of their keeping awake, for we couldn't run away, and It would have been mad ness for ns to attempt to capture the phip, But when I saw the last man dozing on a coll of rope with bis cutlass across bis lap I concluded to take a walk. I didn't expect to get rery far, but I found that all bands, baring been on duty for several days without sleep. bad succumbed, and I didn't see a per son awake. Forward I found tbe bod lea of several men who bad been killed during the fight, laid out for burial that Is, I saw the sacks In which they (were Inclosed. The Idea occurred to tne that If we were near enough to land to swim ashore I might escape by taking a body out of one of the sacks, petting Id myself and being slid over board. I knew we were beaded for the Bermudas and I might somehow get to land. I would need a knife, but bad none, and while I was making up my mind to take the risk I thought I would look around for one. A Bailor who wss sleeping like a log bad one In his belt, and, though I risked bis killing me If be awakened while relieving him of It, I took the chance and succeeded. I don't believe he would have opened bis jeyes if I bad kicked blm. Having the knife gave me nerve, and I resolved to make a break for liberty. (The great difficulty was getting a body out of a sack and tossing it overboard. There was an advantage for me In that tbe sailors, not relishing sleeping near tbe dead men, gave them a wide berth. I was some time at tbe job, but finally 1 had a bag ready and crawled In. , I couldn't lace the opening from the In side and wondered what this might lead to. 1 lay perfectly still till morning, when much strength, but during tbe morn ing the cook threw some refuse from, the galley, and I was enabled to gath er some pieces of bread and a few bits of meat That helped me conslderabfy. About noon 1 saw land on the port Quarter and knew we were approach ing tbe Bermudas. Would I be able to leave the rudder and appear as some one else than a Yankee tar All I could do was to wait for an opportuni ty. Once or twice we approached so near tbe land that 1 was tempted to let go and swim for It. but feared would be seen from the ship. Then we ran into the harbor, and man fishing In a small boat was for a few minutes within a hundred feet of Die. Before be saw me 1 dived and came op directly before him. lie was too astonished to soy anything for a few moments, then helped me Into his boat 1 told blm that I was one of the crew of the ship that bad passed. Uj iothea didn't give roe away, for there were very few clothes left on me, and the were of a most ordinary cbarao ter. I won the man's sympathy by telling blm 1 had been flogged nearly to death for eoma alight delinquency, and be took me ashore to bis bouse, where be kept me for several weeks, at tbe end of which time I found small vessel leaving for Charleston and soon after landed at that port ATTEMPTED ROBBERY AT N.ADAMS Amateurs' Safe-Wrecking Fails to Yield a Dollar. North Adams, Mass., Feb. 24. A bold attempt at robbery was made here yes terday, when an attempt was made to blow open the large safe at the Black inton store, in which there was more than $500 jn money, besides a large quantity of stamps. The attempt was unsuccesslul. The police believe it was the work of amateurs, because of the cmde manner in which the safe was attacked. Two fttranpe men were seen in the locality I fancied by sounds near me and words Saturday. that were spoken that the burial was ' Manager W. B. Brown found the safe about to take place. I beard a man ' badlr, f nattered. A large piece of steel ... ..n...- . v. j n . j waa blown from the bottom and was say, neres a sack not closed, and , , , . 4, . , . ., . ' . . - j lodged under the sash of one of the felt him closing It Then be tied a ' win",,w. ,)nft r tIl ..,! jr. m... cordabouj my. ankles, and after that ,i,IIOt bent in two from the force of the explosion. The office was consider ably damaged. The tools lor the job were secured by robbing the Boston & Maine tool house in Williamstown. A Iarpe quan tity of nitroglycerine was used, hoping to break the combination, but without uccess. The combination of the safe had the appearance of having been badly hammered. , i: (imm -nidi and his description as he is as to just what was said, and how it was said, and when and where it was said "However, Dr. Russell has promised me io iook up certain dates ana memo randa to refresh his memory and come before the committee of inquiry this aft ernoon to testify truthfully to every thing he knows in connection with the case. Let me say again as emphatically as I can that no one is or waa authorized to use my name, directly or indirectly, in connection with the liberation of Thaw. The first knowledge I had of it was a week ago, when Dr. May called my attention to the fact that an effort was being made to get Thaw out. I told Dr. May at that time no one had any authority to use my name in this mat ter or any other matter; that I was not in sympathy with Thaw; that I would do nothing directly or indirectly, to get him out of the lunatic asylum and that the only way Thaw could be discharged was thought due process of law and by the order of a supreme court judge. So far as I am concerned, Thaw will stay in the asylum until the end. Anhut Not at His Hotel. John Xicholson Anhut is a lawyer of Bronxville, Westchester county. Inquiry at his hotel Saturday night elicited the information that Mr. Anhut left there Saturday afternoon, saving he would not return until this week. It was said no information was available as to his present whereabouts. n II 13 laJ If- I What About Your Spring Clothes Fetching, alluring, enhancing are the faihioni this spring ! The March Woman't Home Companion is full of them. Page after page glowing with colored pictures of gowns, suits, waists, hats, fabrics and trimmings. And this it only pari of the March Woman's Home 1 Cc Companion. Get it to-day w Your Clothes are Teiltales You would not think of wearing a sign "I am frivolous," or "I am careless," or "1 have no judgment" but that is what you do when you wear the wrong clothes at the wrong time. In dress, the time, the place and the girl must always be considered. Read "A Girl and Her Clothes" in the March Woman's Home Companion and find out what your clothes are saying 1 about you. It's worth New Ideas for Parties Delightfully novel and original are the parties planned for you in the March Woman's Home Companion. Two of them, at least, you'll want to carry out "A March Winds Party" and "A Shamrock Party" on page 40. And there ate dozens of other good-time ideas for all sorts of parties and entertainments I Get the March Woman's Home Companion to-day I 1 Clc It's full of surprises LJ r Ci oix oreezy oiories American women thought There is aD the snap and zest and sparkle of a March Paris had gone far enough. The glitter of American r "Better Babies" It isn't enough that you love your baby ; make him a sturdy young animal. In Iowa they are judging the babies ct the State Fair along with the cattle, com, fruit and grain. Get the March Woman's Home Companion to-day and read about the movement for "Better Babies." 1 JC Only one of the many good things you get for ' XJ A Picture for Framing You will want lo frame the charming full-page picture "Snow White and Rose Red" that is given as part of the March Woman's Home Companion. It's one of a famous series of paintings by Jessie Willcox Smith, who so delightfully pictures child-life. This exquisite repro duction in all the rich colors of the 1 C C original is yours for . ' . Your Meals for March If any woman in the world knows more about cooking than any other, that woman is Fannie Merritt Farmer. There are days when you don't know just "what to have to eat." That's when you need Miss Farmer. She tells how to concoct delicious, templing dishes, and gives scores of recipes, besides special menus for every meal in March Merely a part of the big March Woman's Home Companion yours for 15c day b the March Woman's Home Companion's stories. A ghost story ; a gypsy story ; a story of a girl who set about to reform her father and then changed her mind ; , a delightful love story ; a story about Olive Hobart, who could not get along with her family and yet dared to undertake "the married woman's trade." Juliet WSbor Tompkins, Mary Heaton Verse and Josephine Daskam Bacon wrote some of these stories so you know how good they are. 1 f?c Read them for gold was too enticing to lose. So Paris back-tracked and the 1913 Spring Fash ions will be Skirts Less Narrow Sleeves . . . Fuller Waist-line .Sensible Curves .... Coming, in moderation What Does Eastei Mean Exchanging eggs was a custom centuries ago in Russia ; in Merrie Old England groups of women used to toss a man three times into the air. Dr. Washington Gladden interprets the observances of many nations in an Easter sermon which you may have, as well as everything 1 Jjc else in the March Woman's Home Companion, for X J Rescuing the Orphan Boy The Darling children took great joy in pestering the Orphan Boy, but Kewpies whisked them far away and made them work the live-long day. They found out just how Orphans feel if you'd know more, 1 Cc read Rose O'Neil IO "WOMAN These Wide-awake Dealers Sell it HOME COMPANION March Number now on Sale . ROB A STORE IN BROAD DAYLIGHT Daring Crooks Make Raid and Secure 1300 in Cash on Busy Corner in New York City. New York, Feh. 24. In broad davlieht yesterdav three men entered a branch cigar store on a busy corner in the theat. ncal district, took the lone clerk hr surprise at the point of a revolver, bound and gagged him and rifled the safe and cash register of $300. The clerk, who was bound bv wire. rolled to the door and attracted attention. SPORTING NOTES. Vhen the Pirate Miller made the statement that $.1,000 was not enough money for him this year, Barney Drey fuss informed him that if he knows of the whereabouts of a likely trade it will be speedily arranged. C. H. KENDRICK & CO. C. W. MARTIN : : 54 No. Main St., 140 No. Main St., Get Your Copy Early Barre. Vt. Barre, Vt. AMERICANS DRINKING MORE. Tax Returns Show Increase of Consump tion of Liquors. Washington, D. C, Feb. 24. Amer icans are drinking more whiskey, smok ing more cigars and cigarettes and chewing more tobacco than ever before in history, according to latest tax re- WILSON GIVES SEAT TO STANDING WOMAN Same Seat Had Been Offered to Him After He Had, Been Standing For An Hour. Trinceton, Feb. 24. The next rrM'- dent of the United States gave up his MURDOCH TELLS OF CHAMBERLIN PLAN Committee at Providence Takes Up Bond Issue To Confer with Gov. Pothier Tuesday. Providence, R. I.. Feh. 24. The propo sition of President Chaniberlin of the bama, Wyoming, and Utah, and 20 re lating to coal and lignite fields in North Carolina, North Dakota, Montana, Wyo ming. Color sulo. New Mexico and Utah. A copy of the bulletin may be obtained free on application to the Director of the Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. P0INCARE A MODEST PRESIDENT. NEW TESTS FOR CHILD PSYCHIC Mnnaterberg to Ask Her to Read Book Under Pillow.. Boston, Feh. 24. Irof. Hugo MunMer berg of Harvard university will make further tsts with ten-yea'r-old Beulah Miller, the child psychic of Warren, R. I. He propovea to e if she can read from the pages of a achool tmok placed under her head. The professor declare that be believe eltulah ran do it. "A moot unusual thing about Beulaa i the fact that she appeared to W able to read words and Bgure by placing her hand upon a hook or paper." he a 4 to-day. "It is poitk that some py cbologiral solution may he worked out to account for the superstition that a child eould Irani a lesson by placing the school i book under the pillow at nigiit." CHILDREN are never cross and irritable without a cause! If their hands and feet twitch or move with spasmodic jcrka, look out for ST. VITUS DANCE. Dr. Greene's NERVURA is always a aafe remedy for children's diseases. Lancaster City. P-. Jan. 14, 1913. Hr r.rmf! Dear Sir: I jul fad that I hav to inform yvm of tha wpndrful work Tour Nervvm has 4oaa for my littla airt She had a stroke, paralysing hrr whole naht tide. Wa dnrtorrd with our family dortor and thcra amma ta t no help for hrr. Then wa hoard at Dr. Cikm'i Krrora. My little riri waa airmat threw yvar aid and mmtd harty. hot waa still paralrrvd and fwald not walk. WHI. I trwd tha Nerora and she had afily takra half a hot tie aatil she started eff erne day and walked hark and forth si i Lias the rooms sererel times. Now she sevra years a4d and wewhs s poaada, and a well sad hrty. MRS ABNF.R D. FHAtB, ill East Madwoa stsrrt. Lawraster, Pa. turns to Rayol E. Cabel, commissioner, seat on a train Saturday to a woman ;ran1 1 runic railway lor a oonu issue uoesn t wisn rans iramc neia up lor of internal revenue. ' who was standing in the aisle. She was or so.iaiu.oou guaranteed ny tne ten- His Carriage. From Julv to February the nation has not near him at that, but at the other trai ermoni am. tne state oi nnoue 24 isideni TV consumed 94.0OO.fHIO gallons of whiskey, end of the car when he spied her, arose, isianu, to secure me coinpiei.oi. . i,.u ' , , ,. , ' , an increase of 5,000,000 gallon over the bowed and beckoned for her to take Southern New England railway, was ha notified the police that when corresponding period the previous year; the scat - 1 ...... ...... . ; . r .1 I 1 Ioincare he is at he had vacated. She smiled, . explained to the city committee on rela- driving through 1'aris he does not wish 8.500.000,000 cigarettes, an increase of thanked him and took it. j i oouttiern -.- c..g...u ,igve thft trftffic ilterfere, with for i' I" "'t:. ' :e"' W.tZnAY..Vrulont his carriage, which may 1 held up at 2.250,000,000 ; 4.500.000,000 cigars, an in crease of 250.xm.000, and , - , . , , , . . , 1 , . , . . t,,iin e Mr,Wt nf tlm Southern Vew certain point liKe inose 01 oiner em- pounds of amoking and chewing tobacco, A holiday crowd was "board and he J ? hn S .durdotk of the Southern .New 1 an increase of 12.000.000 pound. These stood for nearly an hour till the train tngiami. m;Jl ,;.;n AI tne close 01 tne coiiierence, ine huw.ril....aVinff AmirM rMi,ha.l PlhnHV. He It'SM harHlt' SPt. i .a. .iri..Lnr. f .r-M. r-. .1...1 .!,. n in Ilia .nt n hp n he " th committee held a short session and i..;r atrMo niirim) i.a fliu-fel woman stamlino sti.l nroiiintlv siirren- 'Chairman i rcdcritk I. umiiiji .,.. - p. .-......... ...-p. 1 J year 1!'12. the consumption of beer fell dered it. Many of the other seat in off materially, but for the first seven the car were occupied by men. months of the curent fiscal year the people of the United State have drunk MR. MORGAN DECIDEDLY "WELL. 3S.hC4.000 barrels, an increase of 1,850,- 400 barrel over last year. So Says Dipatch from Mrs. Satterlee, Drinkers, smokers and hcewers are His Daughter, in Cairo, thu enriching the federal government. rtm., Feb. 24. A dipateh from Cairo Internal revenue taxe from July I to .nt br fr. ytterle-. dauphter of J. date are $12..VHVno greater than any ijPrjont Morgan, ay her father ia de pievious record for a similar period. Icidedly well. MOB OF NEGROES LYNCH NEGRO. Webb Ia Nature and a Woman's Work hate produced the grandest remedy for I'ierce announced 1 at its conclusion that he, with Mayor Gainer and City Solicitor Albert A. linker, would consult with Gov. Tothier Tuesday relative to the matter. j Murdock insisted that the shortage of funds stopped the construction of the j Southern New Kngland. Economic Reports on Many Coal and Oil Fields. RELIEVES CATARRH IN ONE HOUR The quickest and easiest way to open un vour m ucus-clo'-ireil head and free- the throat front catarrhal secretions is to breathe Booth's HYOMKI. Don't waste time with imossible methods; UYOMEI ha ended the mis An annual publication covering a ide field of scientific economic investiga I on of the occurrence of metal aud tnmn.nl r.M.,,1 af woman ill that tae world has ever mineral nici is tne i ont riDulinns to ... M.v.w -- . . 1. , i 1 1 i.- : , i r il. t ...... .1 1 . . t. r j . - v Known. rivin ti.r 1 auu unim vi m a-.m.miv -.'"m. ui inr ini'u ruin rij . iiwmh . n. ur.u,in v. uttji. i , - roar. thr field, Lydia E. rink ham. more than geological survey. Thi publication ing sufferers; it will do the ame for Drtw, !!.. Feh. 24. Willi Webb, a thirty years ago, gate to womankind iucd in two volumes, l'art 1 treat- you if von will give it a fair trial, neirro. Ivnrhed bv member of his rcmr.lv for their peculiar ill which has ine of metal and Tart II of coal, lijr- 1 Just West he it; it LIU catarrh ireriim turn to bira an) failing, shot her and proved more efficacious than any other ntte. prtroletim, and natural gas. Part and banishes catcrrb. - HYOMKI out- hot and killed two negro men. j combination of drugs ever compounded, II of this Publication for 1910 ha jint tit. whirh tnclud. inhali-r. Sl.oo. He :glt to in.ltfe a tifgrr. to re-, and to-day I.ydia V Pinkhara'a Yegta- b. issued by the survey as bull, tin Separate hott !-. if aft.rtard iw-d- turn to him and failinp. bot her anr ble Compound i recogniued from roast 471 and emprise pages. It Km- ed. .Vc, at the I:.-d Ooss Miaimacy an. I they by letter or petonally, S7 Albany bT mother, t Lew ber fathtr and brother I to roast a the standard remedy for. tains 27 chapters. even of thetn relst- pharmacist every here. Jnt breathe street," Boston. AdU of the g.. t a ap;rared. woman' ill. AdtU 'ingr to o.l and ga ia Kentucky, Ala- it no stoma, h tloair- AJtt. Dr. Greene may consulted free, ei-