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THK HAHHK DAILY TIMES, ll'AHUE, VT., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1913.
RADICALS CONTROLTARIFF Congressman Underwood Is Outvoted on Every Schedule NEW MEASURE WILL BE INTRODUCED Six of Committee for Mod erate Revision, Seven Radical Washington, March 1!). It will not be "llm Underwood bill" except in nairn; (hat the new Congress, which assembles April 7, 'will lie ciillcil upon to consider and to puss. It will he the Harrison-Kitelicn-Kainey hill, in point of fact, for the radical member of the way and means committee have taken the power away from Chairman Underwood and consistently, persistently and re peatedly have out-voted each contested item. With Kepresentatlve Ani-beny of Ohio, on the sick list, the thlrteecn remaining member of the Democratic maiority of the ways unci means com mittee are lined up in the following fashion: ' For moderate revision based upon the vetoed schedule-by-schcdulc ril!s of 19' 1012: Chairman Undervrood and Kcp respiitatives Hull of Tennessee, Ilim mond of Minnesota. Shnckleford of Mis souri, Peters of Massachusetts, and Pal mer of Pennsylvania six membrs. For radical revision, emi-tituting the most daring approach towards free trade and vastly increased free list: Renro aentatives'lfnrrison of New York. Kitch en of North Carolina. Rainey of Illi nois. Dixon of Indiana. Garner of Vc- j as. Collier ot Mississippi ana Maniey oi Kentucky even members. This is the exact state of the eas. For the last two weeks the committer in secret session has been remaking the schedules of the new tariff law. It will not bo the tentative law framed before the adjournment of the sixty-second Congre-s. At every turn where there has been shown ft possibility for the cutting of rates below the I'nderwood schedules they have been cut. Item py item the Underwood rates have been briefly discussed and then voted upon. Tn every instance, or practical! v every Instance", the lineup has been on this t ev en to six basis. With Representative Harrison favor ing the radical reductions and Chairman Underwood favoring reintroduction of the schedules as framed by him two years ago, the battle within the commit tee has gone merrily on. The entente cordiale between Harrison and Under wood has not been intemipted.'but their disagreement is none the less marked. Harrison, with the majority of the ma iority to his manner of thinking. 1ms taken every advantage of the breach. He has been ably seconded in his efforts by Representatives Kitchen and Rainey. Practically no "bad blood" has devel oped in the relations of Mr. Underwood and the opponent of his views, but the other members of the committee have had several lively arguments. The committee hopes to have the tar iff bill ready for submission to Presi dent Wilson within ten days. The re vision will be in the form of one bill. This bill will also include the income tax provision. The programme now is to lay the bill before the president by the last of the weeJt.'.and then submit it to a caucus pf the Democratic mem bers of the House two or three days prior to April 8, the date fixed for the opening of the special session. It is barely possible that final deci sion with reference to gome of the du ties will not be reached by the ways and means committee until after the president has been consulted. The gen eral plan is that before the bill is sub mitted to the caucus of the Democratic members of the House it shall have, in a general way at least, the approval of the president and the Democratic mem ber of the finance committee of the Senate. This general approval would HO FELL Cure Constipa tion. 25C t'urely ve&elable. Jiiut family catnarlie. WORST STOMACH TROUBLE ENDED No Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn or Dys pepsia Five Minutes After Taking Tape's Diapepsin." Kvery year regularly more than a mil lion stomach euU'ereis in the. United States, England and Canada take Pape's Diapepsin and realize not only immedi ate, but lasting relief. This harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach flvo min utes afterwards. If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what vou eat lies like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of indigestion. tiet from your pharmacist a fifty-cent ease of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. I here will be no sour risings, no oelching oi undi gested fund mixed with acid, no stom ach gus or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea, debilitat ing headaches, dizziness or intestinal griping. This will ull go, and, besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin ia a certain cure for out-of-order stomachs, because it takes hold of your food and digests it just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stomach misery is waiting fur you at any drug store. These large fifty-cent cases contain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure almost any case of dyspepsia, indiges tion or any other stomach disorder. Advt. . KING GEORGE ASSASSINATED The Ruler of Greece Killed in SalonikJ Yesterday Afternoon HE WAS THERE WITH HIS ARMY Ascended the Greek Throne About Fifty Years Ago not mean that the bill would not be changed after it introduction in the House if further investigation should disclose that errors had been made in fixing duties, but it would, it is believed, open the way for the passage of the measure through Congress in the short est time po'sible and with the minimum amount of friction. The provision for an income tax which has been written by Chairman 'Underwood of the ways and means committee will, it is believed, bring in revenue aggregating something like $00,000,000 annually. The assur ance of this amount of revenue from the new source enables the committee to place sugar on tke free list and to levy duties on the necessaries of life if at all at low rates. STRIKING BRUNETTE STRIKES IT RICH 500 Men, Struck by "Ad," Propose Mar riage and Send Gifts. St. Louis, Mo., March 10. Miss Stella L. Green described herself as such a striking beauty ii a matrimonial adver tisement that about 500 men, ranging in age from 21 to 75, fell in love with her, asked her hand in marriage, promised her all sorts of homes, and some of them sent her jewels, clothing and money. United States Commissioner Mitchell has issued an information against Miss Green, charging her with using the mails to defraud, but she fled. Miss Green always was accompanied by a man who said he was her father, though he gave his age as 20 when ask ing employment. In real life Miss Green was snub-nosed and sallow complexioned. The advertisement read: "Tall, strik ing, slender brunette." contention and framed a democratic con titutjon. but In suite of all he tea fastly net to hi task of making the Greeks srli-govcruing. The man who rode safely so man storm must have had crest iiuahtie Above all, he must have had uualitie that take hold 011 the imagination an the Mvinpathv of the neoitle. 1 hese qua ities King George had In no common de gree. Mont democratic and accessible o monarch, his people came to him with their grievances as children to a father, and always Iclt the royal presenci soothed, if not convinced. His urirulllc serenitv. his irenial humor, the smile, an the warm hand clasn were powerful soi vent for nonular discontent. It has been well said that the most contagion thing in Greece, except the fever, was lung ucorge s good humor. A Sovereign of Simple Life. The modest and simple life to which he was accustomed in early days never lost its attractions for the sovereign Tourists who happened upon him in restaurant in Athens, sipping his coffee or watching a game of draughts, might find it dillieult to realize the "divinity that doth hedge a king." Hut the Hellenes were under no delusion on that score. They knew their sovereign as men know their ultimate friends, and saluted him with the Greek equivalent to "How do tou do kina! King George always retained lus eariy love of the sea a taste shared by his oueen. a cousin of the late czar, who con ferred on her majesty the unique dis tinction of admiral of the Kussian navy Like the late king of the Ilelgians he was fond of travelling unfettered by the trammels of state. His favorite resori was Ais-les-liains, and his favorite com panion was a doir, without which lie re fused to enter a restaurant. The king of the Hellenes may have lacked the 1111 agination which makes a politician in Greece; ho may have saved more for the individual than for the citizen, mil, as he once said and the saying became a proverb "the Greeks are not Danes.'' And he was yet a Dane with the charac teristics of the race clearness of vision and simplicity and directness of method, To these attributes of their sovereign the Greeks must ascribe their escape from many of the consequences of their own impulse and violence. So other monarch of their own choice could have saved Greece from the disas ttrs of the war with Turkey, or from the risks of nationalist ambitions to Crete. Ingratitude asserted that immu nity was the gift of royal relatives. This influence no doubt was powerful, but it could never have been exerted with any prospect of permanent success had it not been moved and sustained by universal confidence in the capacity of King George. To this confidence and to this capacity the Greeks owe not merely their independence and their democratic con stitution, but their progress in material prosperity. For his presence gave sta bility anil credit to the kingdom. When he came to the throne there, was not a mile of railway in the country; the Pira-us was almost a desert; brigands took toll unchecked, and the people were oppressed with dire poverty. King George's reign has witnessed the end of most of these evils and the mitigation of others. The name of King George was promi nently mentioned after hostilities broke out in the Ilalkans as a candidate for the presidency of a permanent federa tion of the Balkan states, consisting of Bulgaria, Seryla, Montenegro and Grecc but up to the present time the failure of the combatants to reach a settlement held this in abeyance. SNOW DENIES OFFERING VOTES. PORTER MISTAKES S. 0. S. OF BISHOP Serves Whiskey Instead of Water and License Inquiry Immediately Started. wSil Mi k&JM I f Lawrence, Kan., March 19. A hotel porter's mistake in assuming that a Methodist bishop who complained of be ing thirsty wanted whiskey instead of water has started an investigation that probably will lead to exposure of per sons here engaged in the illegal sale of intoxicants. "I am thirsty, please get me a drink,'' the bishop said to the porter who showed him to his room in a local hotel Mon day. "Certainly, sir," replied the porter as he hurried away. Five minutes later he returned and handed the church man a bottle of whiskey. The incident was reported to the city and county officials, who have taken steps to learn who supplied the liquor. IT'S THE WIRING that makes your electrical service sat isfactory or otherwise. When you have work of that character, have it done right. SEND FOR US Vou will find our work greatly superior to some others. Every wire in place will be properly insulated and firmly laid, and we take especial pains to keep them out of sight as much' as possible. Another thing. We charge reasonable prices for our services. Barre Electric Co., 13S "setl Mum StrMt. WsmUc Heck, TrlcpkM 9S-W Latest Popular Music A FEW OF THE GOOD ONES , How, P.ow How. Fhip of My Dreams. I'll Put Mine Against Yours Any Time Ml S,t Right on the Moon. My Pers.an Rose. The C.hot of the Goblin Man. 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HYOMEI. if Lter needed. 50 JAMES IL MACKAY oer.t. The Red Crosa rurwa'y 4-uar- fetiia Vetaat actets it- A J I. Saloniki, March 19. King George 0 Greece was assassinated while walking the Btreets of Baloniki yesterday after noon. The assassin was a Greek of weak mental type, who gave his name as Aleko Sihinas. He shot the king through the heart. The king was accom panied only by an aide-de-camp, Lieut. Col. Frnneoudis. The assassin came sud denly at him and fired the shot from a seven-chamber revolver. The tragedy caused intense excitement. . Hchinas was seized immediately and overpowered. The wounded king was lifted into a carriage and taken to l'apaflon hospital. He was still breathing when he arrived there, but died in half an hour. Prince Nicholas, the king's third son, and other officers, hurried to the hos pital. Arriving first, Prince Nicholas summoned the oflicers anil, speaking jn a voice clioKeu wun sous, saiu: -ji is my deep grief to have to announce to you the death of our beloved king and invite vou to swear fidelity to your new sovereign, King Constantine. Crown Prince Constantine, who sue' ceeds King George, is at Janina. He is expected here with all possible baste. The assassin of the king is an evil looking fellow, about 40 years old. On his arrest, he refused to explain the mo tive for the crime. He declared his name and in reply to the oflicer who asked if he had no pity for his country, announced that he was against the government. He maintained a passive demeanor suggestive of being irresponsible for his action. King George, who had taken personal command of his troops during the earlier period of the war, had been here since December, when the Turkish fortress was occupied by the Greeks after a short siege. The queen of Greece also has been here and has paid great attention to the care of the sick and wounded. King George in December had a meeting here with King Ferdinand of Bulgaria, and it is supposed that they discussed the fate of the captured Turkish terri tory after the war. Since the occupation of Saloniki by the Greeks there has been some friction between them and their Bulgarian allies, but it was thought that this would eventually be overcome during the nego tiations for the partition of Turkish territory. King George on the Throne Fifty Years. The success of the assassin in remov ing Christian William Ferdinand Adol phus George I, king of the Hellenes. comes only after many attempts. Two of these occurred in 1899, and one two years earlier, in 1897. King George was the second son of the late king of Denmark, brother of the dowager czarina and of Queen Mother Alexandra of England. He was born Dec. 24, 1843, and served for some time in the Danish navy. After the abdica tion of Otto I, the late king of Greece, in 18tS3, the vacant throne was first tendered by the Greek people to Prince Alfred of England, whose nomination the English government refused to ac cept. It was then offered to Ernest of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, who declined it, and eventually to Prince Christian, who with the concurrence of his own family ac cepted it, and began to reign as King George I on June 6, 1803. King George was married at St. Petersburg October 27, 1 807, to the Princess Olga, daughter of the Grand Duke Constantine, who was born in 1851. if to overcome difficulties is a mark of greatness then King George of Greece was undoubtedly great, for no monarch on a throne, has had a more difficult task. At the ace of eighteen, an inex perienced youth with no ambition be yond the narrow bounds of his father's little kingdom, he was suddenly called upon to rule over a race the most in dividual and critical of all the races in nistory. He had before him the fate of King Otho, who had been driven from the country by his rebellious subjects, and the knowledge that the unstable crown of Greece had been rejected by older and more ambitious men. The fact that he bore the burden for fifty years is proof of his manly qualities and of his courage and prudence as a ruler. A Monarch at Eighteen. Few incidents appeal more to the im agination than the story of how the aged king of Denmark in 1803 summoned the sailor Prince George to the thron? room in Copenhagen, and motioning him tn his side saluted him as king of the Hellenes and peer of reigning monarens. A few weeks later, this alien prince, ig norant alike of the Greeks and their lan guage, set foot in his turbulent kingdom with a solitary companion, of whom the jealousy of hi subject promptly robbed him. Alone, unaided, watched with sus picion, and even with hostility. King (ieorge was confronted with a task that to most men would have seemed hope less. Rut youth and enthusiasm are not easily almghted, ana oenina ine roung Dane were the instincts and the tradi tion of a race of conquerors. "Mv strength lies in the love of my people" was the motto he chose, and hi!MISn A BLANK 19 YEARS: CURED. s a 1 , : it. a.:.! nril pr.M 'mmilK'H mn myyrmi MJ in. u Man Accused in Senatorial Controversy Demands Investigation. Concord, X. If., March 19. A flat de nial of the charge that he had attempted to use improper influences during the re cent balloting for United States senator, was made by Representative Clifford I Snow of Manchester yesterday. He said that he would insist "that the investiga tion be pursued. "I am absolutely in nocent of any wrong doing," said Mr. Snow, "and if they do not give me 1 hearing before the committee and an op portunity to vindicate mvself I shall de mand a hearing through the House." Gordon Woodbury, who was a candi date aaainst United States Senator Henry F. Hollis, told the legislative in vestigating committee , yesterday- that Snow offered to deliver four votes for Woodbury for $1,000. Two other wit nesses gave testimony reflecting upon snow. IN LOCAL MARKETS Fresh Eggs Plenty and the Prices Are Low, 2122c Per Dozen POTATOES ARE 60 CENTS PER BUSHEL Creamery Butter Brings 35c a Pound and Dairy . 3132c mm::m:mam::a::::::mjm:j:m:n:::s:::n::n::u::m:::::::::::::n:::::::::::tt:::::t Barre, Vt., March 19, 1013. Fresh eggs plenty and prices low. Dressed pork unchanged. Wholesale quotations: Oressea porK niy-jC Dressed veal ll(";12c. Lambs 14c. Fowls 20c. Fresh eggs 2122c. Hutter Creamery 3oc, dairy 31 32c. Potatoes 60c. RICKER'S MARKET REPORTS Beef and Hogs Are Steady, Veal, Unless. Fancy, Lower. St. Johnsbury, March 19. W, A. Riek- er's market reports milkers lower, vculs, unlesB fancy, lower, and beef and hogs steady. Receipts for the past week in eluded : Poultry 400 lbs., 12c Lambs 10, 3 fa 0c, Hogs 8.", 7(5 8e. ' i Cattle 60, 3fac. Calves 400, 3(S 7c. Milch Cows 25, 40(5$o0. How About New SCARF'S? Get at least three or four new "tics" for early spring wear. You like to have something bright and stylish to go with your new suit, , and you will find them here on our counters. New, nobby effects just O. FC'd by the fashion king, and held out to you ready to put on. IN BOSTON MARKETS Prices Remain Steady, Demand for But ter Is Light. Boston, March 19. There is not much ife to the demand for butter in the ocal market, but in the lack of large supplies, prices are well maintained. Really fancy goods are scarce and the market has often before been better sup- lied with the lower grades than it is now. l here is a firm tone to tne egg market in response to stronger advices from other markets; but wants have not yet begun to tax the supply ana prices are unchanged. I lie cheese mar- et is steady, particularly for the fair to good grades, supplies of which exceed the demand. Jobbing quotations: Butter Fancy Northern creamery 38li(30e, boxes and prints 39's(40c, ancv estern creamery in tubs 3SV! 3tic, extra storage creamery 37.37?ic, good to choice creamery 34(5 35c. Cheese New lork twins, fancy IvVits 10c, fair to good 17(ffl8c, Young Amer ica 19Vi?20c, sage 19Vi(ff20e. Eggs Fancy hennery 2l(S27c, choice Eastern 2"5i2rte, fresh Western, extras 3(n24e, firsts 22 (S; 23c, storage 18(ffl9c 50c and up I I MOORE& OWENS Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street - Barre, Vermont waKantKtt :::::s::t::::::::j::t::y:::::::::::::::::::::::t::::::u::::n:;j BEWARE OF THE BLONDE, WARNS PHYSICIAN STATE MARKETS FOR WISCONSIN FRENCH CABINET OUT Premier Briand and All the Ministers Resign. Paris, March 19. Premier Briand ind all the members of his cabinet last night handed their re-ignations to President Poincare at the Palace Elysee as a sequel to an adverse vote in the Senate on the proportional representation bill. The Chamber of Deputies had already passed the measure and the whole coun try had been clamoring for a political rearrangement as provided by the bill. Certain politicians declare the cam paign against proportional representa tion which was led by ex-Premier fieorg-i Clemeneeau. is really directed aga!nt President Poincare in the hope that the situation would become so impossible the president would be compelled to resign. Gov. McGovern Urges Cooperative Plan in Special Message Much Interest Created. Madison, Wis., March 19. A new idea in legislation, proposed by Gov. McGovern in a special message to the legislature, created keen interest among legislators yesterday. The governor recommended the Crea tion by law of a state marketing com mission. The results lie seeks to ac complish are: The promotion of co-operative market ing of tarm products; the breaking up of "trust controlled" markets and a con sequent reduction In" the high cost of living. A draft of a bill accompanied the spe cial message. Such a commission, said Gov. Mc Govern yesterday, "would have the pow er to look into boards that fix prices for farm products and .determine whether their action was just or discriminatory. Co-operative societies among farmers would be encouraged. Every effort will be made to bring consumer and producer closer together by the elimination of the middleman particularly the extortion ate middleman. ' "The farmer has suffered because he has lacked keen business judgment. He has been beaten out of profits that were his because he did not know how to market his product at a profit." "Quick to jump Jobs" Dr. Katherine M. H. Blackford of Chicago Tells Laundrymen. Chicago, March 19. If blonde mangle girls find it hard sledding to convince the boss laundryman they deserve more pay, they can blame it on Dr. Katherine M. H. Blackford of Chicago. Addressing the Illinois Laundrymen's association, which closed its session yesterday, the woman physician said; "Don't hire blondes. They jump their jobs too quickly. Blonde like specula tive lines and do not at all mind taking chances. "Brunettes, on the otber hand, gener ally are steady. Tliey stick to one thing and don't run after variety." WILL TELL ALL. Former N. Y. Police Inspector Makes Overtures to Whitman. New York, March 19. AVhen Patrol man John J. Hartigan, convicted of per jury in connection with the police graft investigations, was arranged for sen tence yesterday. Dist.-Atty. Whitman moved to have sentence set over until Friday, and it was instantly reported that Hartigan had about come to the point of turning state's evidence. Whitman refused to say how far his ' negotiations will the former policeman had gone, "but it is believed Hartigan has decided to "squeal'' and tell all he knows about the "fne higher, up." Hartigan would be one ot the mnst important witnesses the prosecution could array against former Inspector Sweeney, already under indictment, and the three former inspectors, Hussey, Thompson and Murtha, against whom indictments were expected to be returned yesterday. THE SOCIALIST CHALLENGE ! I . . j i i-c? Vi I ';; ( I -' 4 I I Socialist Lyceum Course, j First Speaker William E. Duffy Howland Hall, Barre Vt, Wednesday, March 19, at 8 p. m. Admission, 25c Ask About a Free Ticket WILLIAM E. DUFFY at HE IS GIVEN A LIFE SENTENCE, Beninato Killed His Sweetheart Waltham. Cambridge, Mass., March 19. Two persons were sentenced to life imprison ment in the auperior court yesterday. Domenico Itcninato, who killed his sweetheart, Giovanina Xatol, at Wal tham in November, 1911, pleaded guilty to second degree murder and was sen tenced for life to state's prison. Declared not guilty lieeause of insan ity, Michael J. Collins of Somerville. who killed his brother-in-law, Joseph W. McLaughlin, last Chriitmas. at Som erville. was committed to the state hos pital for criminal insane for life. AS TO WALKING ARM-IN-ARM London and Paris Discussing Whether It's Proper. London, March 19. The latest dis cussion in Paris and London is wheth er men and women should walk arm-in-arm. The custom is dying out in .both cities. J he trench say tne cus .torn is a good one when the persons 'are in the country, "where nature seems to hold hands," but they state that only a father and his daughter should wa!k I arm-in-arm in the city, the English version is that a lady should place a timid hand on her escort's arm. ambition. "I still make Greece a modH for the kingdoms of EUrn Europe." No words could have l-en better chon. They voiced the burning entiment ,f a race but lately emancipated from Otto man tyranny and inpired with all the passionate Imging for the return of thir ancient glory. 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