'1IIK JJAUItK DAILY TIMES, HAKKK, VT., THURSDAY. MARCH 20, 1913.
If Tom Bidnt Start KiM
trade your old range for a
I i i t
The Range that
Makes Cooking Easy
A Glen wood Cool or Cm Rang for cooking-, and
Clenwoud Parlor Stove, Kumar or Boiler fur beatiuf
iuawt aulid comf urt and lea fuel.
Reynolds S Son, Barrc
SUFFRAGE MUST WAIT
President Will Not Include It In Mes
sage To Refer To Tariff Only.
. Washington, March 20. President Wil
son will not include in his message to
the coming extraordinary session of Con
gress a clause recommending legislation
for a constitutional amendment grant
ing votes for women. This became defi
nitely certain yesterday. The president
will ignore requests that he recommend
legislation for currency reform ami many
other isups. His sinjrle recommenda
tion will be for expedition of tariff re
Although no official announcement to
this effect was made yesterday, it he
came definitely known that the presi
dent wants the extra session to take up
CONSTIPATED, HEADACHY, BILIOUS,
TONGUE COATED ? C ASCARETS SURE
Furred tongue, bad taste, indigestion, sallow skin and miserable headaches
come from a torpid liver and clogged, constipated bowels, which cause your stom
ach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments like garbage
in a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery foul gases, bad
breath, yellow skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating.
A Cascaret to-night will straighten you out by morning a 10-cent box from
your druggist will keep your liver active, bowels clean and regular, stomach
sweet, head clear, and make you feel bully for months. Don't forget the chil
Girl Willing To Tell How Eaton Died,
But Is Prevented Declares It
sN-'gJff price io cents!
v V IIPCASCARETS
WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.
NO EXTRA CHARGES
FOR GOOD TRUSSES
At this time of the year you should consider your sum
mer comfort. You should consider a well-fitting truss and the
comfort it will give you. We can supply you with the kind of
Trusses that give satisfaction in every way, and there is no
extra charge for our expert fitting service or the high qual
ity goods we carry. It is you we want to satisfy, because
satisfaction to you means a greater reputation for ourselves.
Trusses of many makes, all styles and sizes ; greatest wear,
comfort and service. Try us for Truss satisfaction.
Trusses sent by mail on a 10 days' trial. Just send us
your size and write us the particulars about your case, and
we will do the rest. Fit guaranteed.
E. A. DROWN'S DRUG STORE
Rockland, Mass., March 20. The cause
of the death of Rear Admiral Joseph G.
Eaton, U. S. A., retired, was neither
murder nor suicide, according to Miss
Dorothy Ainswortli, daughter of Mrs.
Eaton by a former marriage. Miss Ain-
worth was in Rockland for a brief tim-j
on an errand. When asked about her
stepfather's death, which the county au
thorities are investigating, she said:
I hero is no mystery in the raiittj
of the death of Admiral Eaton. I know
junt what it is. It is not murder; it
is not suicide.
Asked if it was an accident, she said:
"I can't say any more. There is no
mystery ubout it. The oflicials know
what the caue is. 1 wish I could say
more, but I can't."
The search for evidence took officers
to Boston, where an 'ffort was mare
to find what occasioned the visit to
that city of Miss Ainsworth on March S,
the day following his sudden demise.
District Attorney A. F. Barker ad
mitted that an attempt was being made
to go deeper in the history of the Eaton
DOW IS GIVEN
FROM 8 TO 12 YEARS
The Webb Law at Work.
Atchison, Kan., March 20. Eight
wholesale liquor companies of Winthmp,
Mo., across the Missouri river from here,
were notified by deputies of the railroad
and express companies yesterday, that
they would accept no more shipments of
liquor consigned to Kansas points, llus
action was taken as a result of the en
forcement of the Webb liquor law in
Kansas. This practically will put the
Winthron companies out'of business, as
they had been selling most-of their out
put in Kansas.
DIES RATHER THAN
Mother Burned with Babies as She
Kneels in Prayer The Father Is
Chicago, March 20. Verie Pustalla, a
young Italian woman, chose to die rather
than to desert her children, and kneeling
in the center of a room in her burning
hone yesterday, met her death.
When the ruins were searched the
bodies of the three victims were discov
ered. The mother was still in a kneel
ing position. Evidently she had died
praying. The two little children, Jaw,
agfd 5, and May, aged 3, died at their
Frank l'ustalia, the husband and fa
ther, who escaped through the flames and
saved tile lives of two children of hi
brother-in-law, was fatally burned, lie
has not been told that while he was
rescuing two other tots his own babies
died in the flames.
I,.- i. 0
Advice to Expectant Mothers
The experience of Motherhood is a try
ing one to most women and marks dis
tinctly an epoch in their lives. Not one
woman in a hundred is prepared or tin
derstands how to properly care for her
6elf. Of course nearly every woman
nowadays has medical treatment at such
times, but many approach the expert'
ence with an organism unfitted for tha
trial of strength, and when it is over
her system has received a shock from
which it is hard to recover. Following
right upon this comes the nervous strain
REYNOLDS & SON
68th Saturday Sale
March 22, 1913
5-Foot Hand? Stepladder
With Pail Rest
Ejoker, Accused of Larceny, Sentenced
To State Prison By Judge
Boston, March 20. Stephen R. Dow,
head of the S. R. Dow & company, brok
ers, was sentenced to eight to twelve
years in state prison by Judge Brown
in the Suffolk superior court yesterday,
and a stay was allowed, in which the
attorneys, Frank Paul and Fred If. Wil
liams, will file exceptions with the su
"Mr Paul, in'riift arcnimnnf In f!ii rnnrt
said that the defendant was found gu-lty
I of precisely the same acts for which he
was found not guilty.
Dow . was indicted by the grand jury
on the charge of larceny in ninety-two
counts, aggregating a sum of over S.'icO.
000. When he was found guilty on
twenty-four of twenty-five charges, the
amount of money involved was red -ice J j of caring for chndf an(1 a disUnct
'" " " ' change in the mother results.
There is nothing more charming than
happy and healthy mother of children.
and indeed child-birth under the right i
conditions need be no hazard to health or j
beauty. The unexplainable thing ia
that, with all the evidence of shattered ,
nerves and broken health resulting from
an unprepared condition, and with am- '
pie time in which to prepare, women j
will persist in going blindly to the trial.
Every woman at this time should rely '
upon Lydia 1'inkham Vegetable
Compound, a most valuable tonic and !
invigorator of the female organism.
In many homes
once childless there
are now children be
cause of the fact
, that Lydia E. Pink
i Compound makes
NOTES ON NATIONAL POLITICS
Worth 1.50 ,
THESE WILL BE DELIVERED IN CITY LIMITS
REYNOLDS & SON
Brief Bits of News and Comment
Men and Measures.
Governor Haines of Maine has vetoed
the act to increase the salary of tha
judge of the superior court of Kenne
bec county from fU.iOO to $4,000 a rear
and to give the judge of that court jur
isdiction in murder cases.
President Wilson has received a "big
stick" a shillelah of Irish blackthorn
and was tied with a green ribbon.
The Maine Senate has passed to be
engrossed the bill for the creation of a
public utilities commission and to de-
! tine its duties.
j The Minnesota initiative and refer
endum bills were made ready for the
j governor's signature by the former's
(passage in the House and. the latter's
(passage by the Senate.
The New Jersey Senate has passed
I the Davis jury eommitsion bill in the
form desired by President Wilson. The
bill provides foi the appointment of two
'jury commissioners in each county by
jthe governor and provides the manner
of selecting grand and petit jurors bv
The Missouri Houe has passed a bill
prohibiting the sale of cigarettes in that
state after Jan. 1, 1914. The bill pased
by a vote of 75 to 47.
Opportunity to decide whether the' in
itiative, referendum and recall proposi
tions shall be incorporated in the con
stitution of Michigan will be placed be
fore the people at the spring election.
A bill granting women the riv'ht to
jvote for presidential electors was k:lied
iin the New Hamp-hire House of Kep
!resentatives Tuesday by a vote of 3"J
j Non-partisan candidates for offire in I
! Milwaukee. Wis., were given a majority'
over Socialist candidates in all of Ho'
! contested nominations Tuesday. The i
'election will be held on April" 1. j
j The new draft of the bill tnak;n;j'
i changes in the corporation sole :
pas'ed Tuesday in the Maine House, H i
to . The bill was given three resd- j
ings and passed to be ergroed. The j
diaft places the incorporation of -, h
parith in the hand of board of tn;-
tecs, contir,g of the bitrj. Tn-ir gen
eral, the pariah f rict and two laiura
U be named by U biafcop. J
healthy and strong.
If yon want special advice write t
Lydia E. Plnknant fled I cine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Tour letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
womsa and held In strict confidence.
I do all kinds of Painting,
Decorating and Paper
Hanging. Good experi
ence. Just give me a trial
and be satisfied.
Telephone 11 7-M
302 North Main Street
CALL IT "NEW
Girl Treated by Dr. Fried
mann Shows Remark
PATIENTS IN NEW
The Specialist Treats a Hun
dred in New York De
. Montreal, One.. March 20. Wliat the
French Canadian residents of this citv
are already calling "the new miracle'''
was given its lirst demonstration ves.
terday, when Marie Dubois, 20 years old,
one of Dr. V. F. Friediriann's first tu-
henulosig patients, treated here, eight
women auif children hemmed hi an au
tomobile containing Dr. F. F. Fried nmiiii
yesterday afternoon, begging him to
treat them for tubrrculosia when the
doctor went to the hospital for deformi
ties and joint diseases for a clinic.
The police had to make a passngu
way. Dr. Friedniann, whose patients treated
on March H at Dr. Cuorge Maniiheimer's
ollice, on examination, have shown won
derful improvement following the in
jection of living bacilli, the biggest clin
ic he has had in this country at 1U
o'clock yesterday morning in the Hos
pital for Deformities and Joint Diseases
at Madison avenue mid One Hundred
and Twenty-third street. One hundred
persons were selected for treaatment on
the basia of their rase histories hud
present condition. All have tuberculo
sis of the joints In various stages of
Tho patients treated in Dr. Manii
heimer's ollice have been examined and j
wonderful improvement in their cases is
One of the patients, who had been
suffering from tuberculosis of the knee
and who at Jo time of Dr. Friedmnnn's
injection, could do little more than ber
his weight on the leg' affected, Tues
day was able to bend his kueo with
Two patients who had been suffering
severe pain trom tuberculosis or tnu
kidneys and bladder said they were now
scarcely aware of pain and that in oth
er wavs thev had had great relief.
The twelve rases of pulmonary tuber
culosis which Dr. Friedmanii treated at
that time all reported that thev felt
Is Easy to Have, Natural
Colored and Beautiful
UV1 UlIA U'nu e,.n,.. .......I 4 X. . . .. I
.r physician, Dr. Kt'hier. S wa.v' 'Pally. who had
Miss T Dubois was a sufferer from tu- Wn . .romi,t.,nn. whpn. t,,V":
bercular glands. So far advanced was1 V" ,I,J T" . , 1 T r
the diseafe at the time of her treatment ! !'nt h" rma d,.?'HV
by Dr. Friedmann that she lay helpless I h",mU8lle; J1," i" , vri"
So many women have ftrey or faded
hair; neglect it until it becomes thin,
dry and lifeless, begins to fall out and
makes them appear much older than
they really arc If your hair la In
this condition get a bottle or Hay's
Hair Health today. Don't wait until
some one says how much older you
look. You'll be delighted at the
results from even one or two applica
tions. The grey hairs gradually dis
appear and your hair will become full
M of life and vitality. No one can tell
that you aro using It. It's not a dya
but a nice, clean preparation that
quickly and effectively keeps your grey
hair dark, glossy and natural colored
and that all druggists guarantee sat
isfactory or refund your money. Al
ways ask for Hay'a Hair Health. It
Free: Sign this adv. and take It to the
following druggists and get a 60c. bot
tle of Hay's Hair Health and a 25c.
cake of Harflna Soap, for 50c; or $1.00
bottle of Hay'a Hair Health and two
25c. cakes of Harflna Soap Free, for $1.
RED CROSS PHARMACY.
m bed, unable to,, move or oiien her
mouth for food without assistance. Yes
terday she was walking around her home
with the swelling of the glands and 11
pain gone. Dr. Kthier was amazed, but
iter careful examination declared his
belief that the cure would be perma
Xew York, March ,20. Four hundred
Ticket for Advice ,
Sir kntM, h4crt, dUit-tmty indicate ft danfftrou
mm, ehnfcUig tmiiUm, J tapeworm. 'XhUtUkettr,
txd breath, m t!tirtvut
.pptute i upcworrnbynuii. i
far Suihcd W rit mr
such a zoh appetite that only a gotxt
thick fitenk would atify him.
than pa)t hmvy th,
xnawing patn in atnmarrt,
motir, faintlnft. itupor,
3ot Afdh .ometLlpft inov.
trfc In ttotv)r-h op
HE CONFERS ON APPOINTMENTS.
President Talks with Many Members of
Washington, March 20. President
Wilson met many member of Congress
yesterday on the question of appoint
ments, received visitors in the east room
and took his usual r.utomoliile ride.
It became known that W. J. Harris,
chairman of the Democratic state com
mittee of Georgia is very likely to be
chosen as director of the census.
The nomination of Charles 'P. Xeill to
be commissioner of labor statistics which
failed of confirmation at the special ses-
session of the Senate, probably will be,
sent again to the Senate April 7,
A Skin ef Beauty la a Joy Forever.
DR. T. Felix Oournud'a Oriental
Crtim or Magloal Bnautlflar.
Bmo Tn. flmrlM,
FrecklM, Mutb JVclin,
Roll, Dd skin Dlwun,
son rrrj oitmifa
on beftuty. snd !
t drlMtlnn. It
hu stood th tet
of 65 ytftrfl. sod
Is to fitruiltM w
Is proper!? male.
Aocept no counter
feit of almllu
name. Dr. L. A.
Savra aald to a
latff of tlia tiaut
ton (a patlmUl
Aa you ladles
will uae them.
Ooarnod'a Cream' u tlie least harmful of all tha
akin preparation!." F"r salt bj all druute and Faooj.
Oooda Dealer In the United btatte. Gauds and Europe,
FERD.T.H0P11W i SOX, Propi.37 GrlJinei SUM.
CHI ftgxogg Hi
The Original Cut Price Store
This is the store that severed the last link in the chain that bound the
people to high prices.
Full weight, full-sized box, regular 25c package, our price 19c
Extra Special Saturday
Banquet Nut Caramels (wrapped), Special Saturday, per pound 20c
Easter Sale of Fine Toilet Go" N
We have the greatest exhibit of HUDNUT'S ever sh in the city. . See
our window. There is something in this exhibit that you need. Call and see it.
Trusses and Elastic Stockings
We have made arrangements to furnish the best at very reasonable prices.
Measure taken and fit guaranteed. .
Cigars for Saturday
5 Large Schuberts 25c
7W&B. Latest 25c
5 Brod Vana 25c
6 La Preferencia 25c
7 Little Schuberts 25c
7 Pippins 25c
5 Cedulas 25c
4 7-20-4's 25c
Note the Saving These Prices Mean to You
Beg. Jrlce Dar Price
FELLOWS' SYR. ITYPOPHOS 1.50 l.os
HCXtIVS SARSAPARfLLA l.OO .69
ATWOOD'S BITTERS .25 .17
GLOT1E PILLS -25 .15
CASTOR! A 35 .23
SYRUP FIGS 0 .39
FATHER JOIWS fl.00 .71
FOLEY'S KIDN'EY REM 1.00 .65
SHOl'rS RHEUMATIC 1.00 69
1XHVS TILLS fiO .39
GARFIELD TEA .2.5 .17
BEEf'HAM'S PILLS So .17
SCOTT'S KMUI.SIOX , 1.00 .69
M ELLEN'S FOOD 75 .59
110RLU:K'8 MALTED MILK 1.00 .75
MILK SUGAR, MERCK'S 3 for It l.OO
PERUNA fl.00 .69
TI TTLE'S ELIXIR 50
WILLLIAMS PINK TILLS 50 .39
LYDIA PIXKHAM'S fl.00 90 71
AYERS PILLS 2.5 .19
DAXDFRIXE 50 .41
Ml'N VOX'S PAW PAW 1.00 .65
LISTERIXE 9j .19
Kec Prle Our
PAPE'S COLD COMroUXD 2.5
CUTICURA SOAP 2.5
PARISIAN SAGE 50
SLOAN S LIN1MEXT , 25
SAL HEPATICA .25
MIXARDS L1XIMEXT 2.5
PIN EX .50
D. D. D. REMEDY
100 CASCARA TARI.ETS. 5 Cr
3 OUNCES CASCARA LIQUID ....
100 BLAUDS IROX PILLS
RAY RUM BOTTLE
WITCH HAZEL. PINT
WOOD ALCOHOL. PI XT
HARTSHORX'S COUGH SYRUP....
S( HENCK'S PILLS .25
GETS-IT . .2.5
EFF. SODIUM PHOSPHATE 1.00
Knrtalrs fnmprac nnrl All Simnlipc 1
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We have a full line of the things necessary to success
ful picture making.
We Develop and Finish
for you if you wish. Developing at 10c a roll, whether
G or 12 exposures.
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