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TIIK IJARHK DAILY TIMKS, HAHHH. VT., THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1913.
URGES TARIFF . HARMONY President to See That Con gress Branches Are in Accord FRAMERS ARE IN CONFERENCE Your blood and build up your strength by taking a course of Hood Sarsaparilla The Spring Medicine. Get It today. 9 House, Committeemen Show Provisions of Bill to Senators Washington, March 20. Tesident V1! ' Bm pave evidence yesterday of the s riotfeness with which he used the term "my legislative colleague' in referring to members of 'Congrers. He summoned Senator K. M. Simmons, clminnan of the finance committee, the Senate taritT committee, for a conference on t.in.r .legislation in general anil specifically upon methods for obviating any ditlicul tU'it that mijjht arise out of differences between the House and Senate on the tariff schedule. Immediately after his conference with the president", Chairman Simmons went to the eapitol to join Senators Stone. Williams and Hughes of the finance com mittee and Chairman Underwood and Democrats of the ways and means com mittee for a conference which, it was learned, is aimed solely at smoothing out incipient dillieulties between the two hou-es. It is believed certain that at this con ference the president's' desire for h:r- HOW TO SUCCEED During the last, few years, conditions in all lines of business, even professional life, have changed . so completely that every man is waking up to the fact that in order to win success he must Special ize and learn to do some one thing and do it well. So it is with any article that is sold to the people. It must have genuine ; merit, or no amount of advertising will I maintain thedemand for the article. For many years we have watched with much interest the remarkable record .maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver, and bladder rem edy. From the very beginning the pro prietors had so much confidence in it that they invited everyone to test it, free of cost, before purchasing. It is a physician's prescription. They have on file thousands of letters received from former sufferers who are now enjoying good health as a result ff its use. However, if you wish first to try a sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Hinghamton, N. Y., and mention this. paper. They will gladly forward you .a sample bottle by mail, absolutely free. Regular sizes for sale at all druggists fifty cents and one dollar. Advt. inony between the two nouses will exert a .strong inUuence in tnat direction. Chairman Underwood will call upon the president today to bring to him the results of the conference and to diacti the outlook with him. These developments are regarded a of t lie ut most importance. J ney are taken to indicate an unyielding resolution on the part of Mr. Wilson to force the. House and Senate into a practical con currence with his wishes for the tariff legislation to be enacted at the special session. Chairman Simmons said yesterday morning that he understood that the House- tarilf bill was now in the first rough draft and that the process of re writing was about to begin. At the con ference yesterday morning it is under stood that this draft was submitted to the members of the Senate commit tee or that its provisions, in substance, at least, were made known to them. Representative A. Mitchell l'aluier of the House ways and means committee was aho a caller at the White House yesterday morning. The president also told him, it is understood, that he hoped the taritT situation would be cleared up as soon as possible. The president wants the lmaine men of the country to know at the earliest possible date what they may expect in the way of tariff rediii tion. MAKES HAIR GROW Parisian Sage in Jnvigorator That Makes Hair Grow Abundantly or Money Back. 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This recipe makes more and better couch syrup than you could buy ready No Guarantee That Invest ors in Chinese Securities Will Be Protected PREDICTS HALT IN GOLD PRODUCTION "Jiwi the thing!" ScHrafft's Chocolates Mint Director's Report Holds Out the Hope For Lower Prices. Washington, March 20. George E. Roberts, director of the mint, predicts that the production of gold will not ma terially increase during the next ten years. . J he importance of this pred'e tion made in Mr. Huberts' annual re port for the fiscal vear 1912, issued yes terdav, lies in its relation to the eco nomic law that over-production of gold tends to increase prices. It is not probable, savs Director Rob erts, that any harmful results will come from a slowing down in the rate of ac cumulation of gold, for, he added, it must be realized that the growth of gold supplies during the past 20 years ha been at 'an abnormally high rate. The United States has been particu larly successful, Mr. Roberts says, in obtaining and holding a large share of the new gold of the past 12 years, the gains of the treasury and national banks from 1000 to 1!U2 aggregating .825JoO.- 001), an increase of more than 100 per cent. The volume of trade and bank credit of private, corporate and public indebt edness and the general level of prices undoubtedly have all been affected to some degree, the director says, by tins enlargements of bank reserves through the great production of gold in recent years and by the stimulus thereby im parted to enterprise and industry. Bathroom Fittings at wholesale prices! Wilson's Premier Applauds Chief's At titude Toward Chinese Loan Will Arouse Friendly Feeling. Lincoln Xeb., March 20. Secretary of .State Bryan arrived here yesterday morning and was met at the station by a reception committee from the, stite legislature and the local Bryan club, un der whose auspice the annual Bryan birthday dinner was given last night. Bryan was accompanied by Mrs. Mr. Bryan, his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen, and Gov. Dunne of Illinois. They were taken in automobiles to a local hotel, where Mr. Bryan held an infor mal reception. 'Gov. Hodges of Kansas, who had -ar rived on an early train, was already at the hotel with hi party and greeted Mr, ilryan on his arrival. Vi ith Gov, Hodges was a party of state officials, who par ticipated in" the banquet last night. Red ative to President Wilson's statement on the. Chinese loan, 'Mr. Brvan said "The president's statement on thj Chinese loan situation coser the while ground, and I am sure that it will be an proved by the country. It is not mere ly a negative refusal to renew the re quest made by the last administration !ut a positive declaration of the presi dent's desire to assist China and our own business interests in every legitimate way. 'It can hardly be doubted that China will be pleased with the president's at titude, and the business men of the United States will be benefited bv the friendly feeling which the president' statement is sure to arouse among the Chinese." ugh svrui) than v made for $2.50. It keeps perfectly and tusies pieasanuy, Tinex is the most, valuable concen trated compound of Norway white pine -t .1 J. -!.. L J- ! I I .11 v-Ai.ivv. mut ia iii'u in pcuamtHij ujju nil the natural pine elementa which are so healing to the membranes. Other prep arations will not work ia this formula. This IIan of malctnirennnli avmn with "Pmex and sugar syrup (or strained honey) has proven so popular through out the United Ptates and Canada that It Is often Imitated. But the old. bub. ccsstui lormuia has "never been equaled. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction. or money nromntlv refunded, imes with this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex or will get It for mu. If not, send to Tha Pinex Co., Ft. Wavjig, Ind, CAUSED A PANIC TURKS DRIVE BACK BULGARIANS With full directions, o any "hnndy" man can install! Or with little help of plumber. We carry a complete line of B a thtubs, Lav atory Closetsand Pipe of all kinds. Write us TO-DAY for quotation. Boston Plumbing & Heating Supply Co. 150 Portland Strwt, BOSTON, MASS. Fresh for Saturday ad Sunday D, F. DAVIS, Ths Druggist 262 No. Main St. ITS THE WIRING that makes your electrical aervice sat isfactory or otherwise. When you have work of that character, hate it done right. SEND FOR US You will find our wo-k greatly superior to some others. Every wire in place will be properly insulated and firmly laid, and we take epal pains to keep them out of vgbt as tmiTa as po'sible. Another tlnrg. 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A victory- is officially claimed for the TurkUh forces after a vory sharp battle wh'ch lasted throughout Tuesday along the front of the Tchatalja lines defendinj this city. The Ottoman troops took the offen- lve. opening the attack bv an advance of their right wing, which proceeded as far as Sivaskuei, Aalifakuei, and Aka lan. Large forces of Bulgarians were en countered at those three places and fierce fighting soon spread along the whole front. The Turkish troops drove the Bulgarians from their trenches and took po-session of the positions they had been holding. The Turkish center then advanced end stormed the heights in their front, from which they routed the Bulgarians at the point of the bayonet. Other columns of Turkish troops oper ating in conjunction in the general ad vance captured several heights held by Bulgarians to the south of the Turkish mes. The battle raged until after suna--;, terminating in , a complete victory for the Ttik. Cologne, Germany, March 20. The Eu ropean powers contemplate demand'iig from the Balkan allies a speedy ter mination of the hostilities in European Turkey, according to an inspired de spatch from Berlin to the Cologne Gazette. Washington, March 20. President Wilson's statement of the administra tion's attitude toward the participation of American bankers in the Chinese loan and foreign loan generally has attracted widesoread comment and discussion in official and diplomatic quarters. Following closely upon the statement come intimations that the negotiations now may proceed as a five power affair without the American group, It was pointed out yesterday that the bankers ot tlnnae creuuor nations, es pecially Uussia, may now count upon the moral suimort of their governments to continue to press I'rovisionai rresiuem. i nan Mu Aai to make tne loan. There are. however, some indications of discord found in the oonllicting claims of the various nationalities for predom iuating influences in the appointment of administrators oi tne loan anu lor expenditure. The pressing feature for China right now, diplomats point out, is found in the fact that China is more than one vear behind in payment of Boxer indent' nities to the extent of f20,(MMI,OiX). With an army clamoring for back pay many provincial loans coming due and need for money to continue; the opera tion of the provisional government, Yuan Shi Kai is placed in a delicate financial position. can bankers, other than those concerned Assailant Declared He Was in the loan rejected, are figuring on par A PAIR OF Demented Cowboy Shoots Up Mayor's Office in Buffalo POLICEMAN HIT FOUR TIMES ticipation in such a transaction, but it is pointed out that President Wilson's statement made it clear that while the Chiue.se government would have the sympathetic support of the United states under no circumstances would it take the form of a guarantee to would- be investors m Chinese securities. Discussion is now turning to the ques tion of when the administration will an- an Anarchist and Planned to Shoot All Buffalo, X. Y., March 20. Joseph Sto funski, a cowboy from Geyser, Mont. apparently demented, caused a panic in ' " i rt t l.ull lii tn n t .1 r-r u whan nA anlarijl nounee its policy on the recognition of fn m,.or.. .. 'i r the new republic of China. The state ment issued yesterday made no mention of the question of recognition. LIPT0N IS RECONSIDERING. the clerks and policeman on duty there with a revolver. Charles E. Lang, the policeman, grap pled with the man and was shot four times, but will recover, SiAf,iii&L' i liOil paiu ttvi0 enrTir in """n ." """-" the day, asking for Mayor Fuhrroann way Kesuit tn Anotner tnaiienge. or his secretary. He said he wanted Sew York. March 20. Cable dis-.""' patches from London yesterday state that t-ir Ihomas kipton Is preparing a letter to the Itoval Ulster Yacht club Taft to Get Picture. Washington, March 20. Former Presi dent Taft forgot to take down a picture of Theodore Roosevelt from the wall of his private olfice in the White House when he left and yesterday sent for the same, rcauestinir u oe seni to -ew Haven. containing tentative suggestions relating to another challenge tor the America's cup. It is said that if these suggestions are approved a new challenge will be is sued to the ew lork yacht club. Sir Thomas must now realize, what he should have known before, that he mtit send a straight challenge for the trophy v he wishes to have it accepted by tin' Now York yacht club. All be will have to do is to avoid making any conditions whatever for the defenders. If he chal lenges with a seventy-five-foot cutter this challenge will have to be accepted. The defenders can meet him with a boat of the same ize. or any size from sixty five to ninety feet on the waterline. If the challenger is a seventy-five footer, there is hardly a shadow of a doubt that the defender will be of the same size and that the races will take place in 1914. If Lipton is sincere and wants a race he can have it. KIRK PUT TO SLEEP. Knocked Out in Third Round by Ex Champion Attell. New York, March 20, Abe Attell, for mer featherweight champion, knocked out OIlie Kirk, of St. Ixiuis, in the third round of a scheduled ten-round bout here last night. On his third call he became alarmed at the uniform of the policeman and opened fire. After wounding Lang he shook him off and was reloading his revolver when he was rushed off his feet by Detective Sergeant Burkhardt. He told the police he waa an anarchist and went to the city hall to "shoot 'em all." Stcfunski is a native of Polaud. BIG DIRIGIBLE BREAKS IN TWO. Airship Buckles as it Tries to Make Landing. Karlsruhe, Germany, March 20. Two months after its trial the German mili tary dirigible "Zeppelin, of the type, known as "Substitute ZL," was broken in two while attempting to effect a land ing here after a 24-hour flight yesterday The men holding the ropes were com pelled to let go when a gust of wind came and the dirigible huckled. It was 4o0 feet long and had a speed of 50 miles an hour. REGALS FOR EASTER One of the things you want for Easter is a new pair of Shoes, whether you have a new suit or not. And while you are about it, see that the new pair has this name on them : REGAL J Vou'l! vote the Regal the aris tocrat of all "shoedom." Fits the feet, fits your ideas of style, and fits your purse. New Spring Styles are ready. MOORE & OWENS BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS 122 North Main Street Tel. 66-W Barre, Vt. 8 ANOTHER ZEPPELIN WRECKED German Military Airship Destroyed In Windstorm, Karlsruche, March 20. The Zeppolm 14, the latest military airship to be built, which was accepted by the Ger man government only a week ago, was completely wrecked here yesterday aft ernoon while its crew waa attempting to make a landing during a terrific wind storm, . VOTES TO STRIKE. Boston Ladies Tailors and Dressmakers' Union Takes Action. Boston, March 20. The strike of Vk't) men and 2(M) women of the Bo.-.t lit Ladits Tailor and Dressmakers' union to take effect at 10 o'clock to-day 'wa authorized last night at a special nie-i- ing of the union. They ask a 48-hour week, recognition of the union, better wages and working conditions. . iZIO 13 aZi5ll T6" ASSASSIN AN INSTRUCTOR COLLEGE BASEBALL. Holy -EYE SPOTS- floating specks, blurred vision, pains in the eyeball, heaviness of the lids, soreness, yellow tinge to white of eyes, all originate in liver or stomach disorder. SCHEIICKS PILLS afford almost instant relief and fortify the system against recur rence of these distressing ailments. 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Ark., March 20.- Bob Byrne, third baseman of the Pittsburgh Nationals was struck on the head by a ball pitched by "Sniokey" Joe Wood, yes terday, and knocked unconscious and last night his condition was considered serious. J he Jioston Americans won the game 7 to 2. Willie Lewis Gets Decision. Paris, March 20. Willie Lewis, the American middleweight, won the decis ion on points lust meht from the mid dleweijjht. Mareel Moreau. Many fashionable women and pronn nent actresses were at the rinpside. Slayer of King George Had Taught in a University. Saloniki, March 20. Aleko Serinas, the assassin of King George, still is held in elose confinement. It is learned he had 'been delivering in flammatory speeches, declaring that in a short time he would succeed in estab lishing equality. He said he "had to die someway, a he suffered from neurasthenia and there fore, wanted to redeem hia life." Formerly he was an instructor in the medical department of the University of Athens. 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