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'I HE HAKHK DAllA' TIMES, 1UKKE, VT FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1013.
STOMACH MISERY JUST VANISHES Tim It I No Indigestion, Gas or Sour nets Five Minutes After Taking Tape's Diapepsin." If what you juat ate is auuriiiff on your btimiHili or lien like a lump of lead, . retiming to digeat, or you bolrli gaa and eructate Hour, undiluted food, or have fct'liiifi of difzint-MH, heartburn, fullncKH, nauHca, bad taitte jn mouth and atoniai-ll headache this is illdigeatiuli. A full caao of Pape'a Diapepain coata only fifty touts and will thoroughly cure your out-of-order stomtu lvaml leave nut' fieient about the lioue in cane someone elae in the family may nutter from atom "aeh trouble or indiueMtioii. Ask your pliaiinacint to show you the formula plainly printed on these titty rent canea, then you will understand why dyspeptic trouble of all kind miiHt i and why they usually relieve aour, out-of-order stomachs or indication in five minute;. Diapepsin is liarmlcss and tastes like candy, though each dose con tains power sufficient to digest and pre . pare for assimilation into the blood all the food -you eat, besides . it makes you co to the table with a hcaJthy appetite; but, what will please you most, is that you will feel that your atoinaeh and intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or constipation. This city will have many Diapepsin cranks, as some people will call them, but you will be cranky about this splen did preparation, too, if you ever try a little for indigestion or gastritis or any other stomach misery. uet some now. this minute, and for ever rid yourself of stomach trouble and indigestion. Advt. j , INQUIRY COMPLETED W4 1 wm . .' II H New England Railroad Facts for Interstate Commission H SHOE BOSTON HEARING LAST WEEK IN APRIL for WOAffiNW The Report Will Then Be Rushed for Congress' Help OJyiEN know and men notice that no matter how carefully she is marcelled, corsetted or gowned, no woman is smart if her shoes aren't right. That's why so many women will buy La Franco this season; RAISE GIRLS' WAGES TO $8 Eight Hundred International .Harvester Employes Get Increase. Chicago, March 21. Eight hundred girl employes of the International Har vester company, twenty-four in St. Paul, Minn.; seventy-one in Auburn, N". Y and the rest in Chicago, will have their salaries raised to $8 a week beginning Monday, according to announcement made yesterday by President Cyrus Mc Cormick. 1 - ' The' increase comes on the heels of the Illinois Senate's white slave inquiry into the relation between low wages paid to girls and vice. According to company officials, the increased wages will total $25,000 annually. Thev iid that hereafter no girl in the company's employ would get lew than $8 a Washington, March 21. Investigation of the affairs of the New York, New Haven & Hartford and the ltoston & Maine railroads hv agents of the inter state ' commerce commission has been practically completed. It is exported that all the documents will be in Washington by the last of this week, and at a hearing to be given in Boston the last week in April by Commissioner Prouty, the final testi mony will be taken. The report of the commission will be made at the earliest possible moment, for its importance to all interests is clearly recognized. " It 1s believed also that this report will be useful to Congress in the fram ing of legislation affecting the issuance of securities, as applying an object les son in railroad nuance. 33 TREATED BY DR. FRIEDMANN Twenty-Four of tho Patients Ytster- day Were Deformed Babies. New York, March 21. In the pres ence of scores of physicians from all parts of the country Dr. F. F. Kriediiiami treated 35 sufferers with tuberculosis vaccine yesterday. Twenty-nine w.-ru lueiormeu Dailies. During the clinic, a 17-vear old how walked into the room. He was treated with vaccine in the knee 12 davs ami. at which time he could not walk. He went through exercises to show the sup pleiicss of the knee and then was exam ined by physicians. , The Gold Dust Twins' jft Philosophy 4fc 1 TAX RIOTS IN SPAIN I ET in Kow you N. 65 J7, Siwliot (patent) C4t Pump, with wll fol and tailortd bow ; alo fimili tivla in Whiw NuBuek and Cun Mti. THE HOMER FITTS CO. i6s-i03 No. Main St. Barre Vermont N II M a el Collectors' Houses Are Burned In Toledo Military In Control. Toledo, Spain, March 21. The death of a citizen wounded in a dispute with an octroi (tax) collector uas caused a Idangerous ferment. The houses of oth er collectors have been burned, shops have been closed and the citv is con trolled by the military. ine collectors of bantoracra were stoned. The mayor intervened in the fight and was seriously injured. r"THE Village Sewlntf Circle met to gossip, in their little set. bur JL one opinion seemed to hold despite the tendency to "scold." When vexing problems, such as say, "What shall we do on Cleaning Day?" confront the Housewife, she may feel that Gold Dust tackles them with zeal. Staid matrons told of what a bore it was to scrub each dirty floor; young house wives thought that dishes claimed more worry than some others named. All uni- The Envied Housewife AMERICAN CATHOLICS LOAN IS LIKELY TO FAIL week. When selecting uour tap Buy me oesi Tilda by LAMSON AND M HUBBARD n tor sols by V The FRANK MCWHORTER CO. i Large Support for Wilson In England Objection To Coercion of Chinese. London, March 21. The Announcement of President Woodrow Wilson that his administration had declined to request the American bankers of the six-power canal zone. group to continue their negotiations for the Catholic bishops and the Chinese loan came as a complete I the dioceses concerned. surprise to the British government. Only There are 14,312 churches in continen Tuesday, Sir Edward Grey, the British tal United States. There are 17.045 Ho- foreign secretary, in a written reply to I man Catholic priests, three cardinals, If Their Number Is In Excess of Fifteen Million. New York, March 21. There are 15, 154,158 Roman Catholics in the United States proper, according to the 1913 edi tion of the official- Catholic directory, and a total of 23,329,047 under the pro tection of the United States flag. There arc 7,131,080 in the Philippine, HWl.riO in Porto Rico, 11,510 in Alaska. 42.108 in the Hawaiian Islands and 000 in the The figures are supplied by chancellors of MADERO MURDERED IN THE PALACE He Was Stabbed To Death and Suares Was Strangled Attack on Auto Was Only a Ruse. San Francisco, March 2 Li-Col. Manuel Blanche Alcade, publisher of the New Era, a Mexico City newspaper, regarded as the mouthpiece of the Madero ad- GIRLS JUMP TO ESCAPE FLAMES One Hundred and -Fiftv Escarje From Fire In Philadelphia Wo One Hurt. Philadelphia, March 21. The labora tory of the Munyon Homeonathie llnine Remedy Co. was destroyed by lire hint night, caused a loss of $200,000. Many of the 150 eirls employed es caped by jumping from the windows. 411,.. , J ,', . . an iitmieu on a nign Danic and were unhurt. formly took a "bit" from household work and argued it, while all in turn were loud in praise of what a part their Gold Dust plays. " HM t" 1 . Tie Mop iiMigntiertnan the Board inose lf5KS wmca run ! uieaU uciicb3d wiiu uuiu wuai on the scene. Those "Cost-of-Living" puzzles rut the chairman of the club on foot. Said she: "The. Cost-of Cleaning," too, should mean a mighty lot to you. If all of us com bine, to buy, those goods that have a "REASON WHY," ere long our husbands needn't fuss. They'll . leave financing games to us." The pennies count, as you must know, and cleaning makes the pen niesgo. If Gold Dust cuts the toil in two and makes economy come true, whynot adopt the "Cleaner way" and join the "Gold Dust Club "today? FAVORS RECALL Wage Increase Voluntary. Westfield, Mass.,' March 21. An ministration, on arriving here yesterday, crease of 25 cents a day for the question in tue House or commons id the terms of the loan had the imani- a sa mous approval of the six powers inter ested. Their reply was hardly in print when the news came of the decision of the American government. There na been a good deal of dissatisfaction in London with the loan negotiations, for exactly the same reasons that Fresi- dent Wilson gives for the withdrawal of the support of the United States. Those publicists and papers which have been opposing Great Britain's support of the group take considerable satisfaction over the American action, and predict that with the withdrawal of the Amer ican bankers the whole scheme will fall through. They point out that Japan and Russia have no money to lend and that Germany at present has nothing to spare for China. active archbishops, three titular arc! bishops, 104 bishops, two . archabbots and 15 abbots in the United States. There are, according to the same au thority, 2S8 Roman Catholic orphan asy lums, in which 47,415 orphans are cared for. Thirty-one states in the union have more than 50,000 Catholic population. TWO POLICEMEN INDICTED Easter Styles FOOTWEAR, to be wholly satisfactory, must be genuinely stylish. Advanced style is draughted into evry pair of the ' Virginia Temple Shoe for women. Original lasts and patterns, which appeal to careful dressers, keep the Virginia Temple Shoe in the forefront. Our Easter line is complete. ' We repair. Shoes and Rubbers. Were on Hayes' Staff In First Inrpection District. New York, March 21. Patrolmen Vic tor Meyer and William K. Smith were indicted yesterday by the grand jury in vestigating police graft. The charge! were bribery. Roth men were attached to Inspector Cornelius Hayes staff in the first in spection district. said, "I am in a position to prove Ma dero was stabbed to death and Vice President Suare was strangled in the national palace the night of Feb. 2.1, and their bodies taken to the prison in an automobile. "The reported assault by the guard was merely a farcical ruse and part of the plot," snid Alcade. "If the auto mobile was fired on, the guards were only pouring lend 'into the dead bodies of the president and vice president, win were murdered in the palace Hours before." Alcade's mission in this country is to expose the plot. He escaped from Mexico, he said, through his disguise a a peasant. in- 7!W employes of .the II. H. Smith company, iiiuiiiiiaciurers oi neaiing appliances, ef fective Monday, was announced yester day. ........ Bill Presented To the Maine Legislature Provides For It. , Angusta, Me., March 21. One of tha most sweeping measures ever presented to the Maine " legislature was a resolve proposing an amendment to the state constitution to provide for the recall of public officials, introduced in the House yesterday by Representative Quinn of Millinocket. Under the act every pub lic officer in the state would be sub ject to recall. The act relative to the direct elec tion of delegates to nutional conven tions and to provide for the expression, of preference for candidates fur presi dent and ice president of the United States was favorably reported yesterday by the committee on legal affairs. coal COTTON CROP REPORT oit 14,076,430 Bales In 1912 Falling From Year Before. Washington, March 21. the census bureau's cotton crop report, issued vei- terdav, shows the 1912 crop to be 14 076,430 bales, compared with 10,109.343 in 1911 and 1 1 ,905,002 in 1910. The average gross weight of the bale is 507.8 pounds for 1912, against 504.4 pounds last year and 601.7 in 1910. THE RICHMOND CONFERENCE. JILDEN SHOE CO., Aldrich Building, Barre, Vt. REYNOLDS & SON 68th Saturday Sale March 22, 1913 5-Foot Handy Stepladder With Pail Rest Only one to each customer fin Sale starts at one o'clock 85 cents Worth 11.50 THESE WILL BE DELIVERED IN CITY LIMITS REYNOLDS & SON BARRE. TERMONT Pressing Problems of Country Life Will Be Discussed Farmers, business men, and achoo) workers will meet to discuss rural schools, agricultural credits, marketing methods and other pressing problems of country life at the conference for education in the south, to be held at Richmond, Va., April 16-18. Each group will have special conferences on its own particular work, and then all will come together in a general ses sion to discups fundamental paints in the uplifting of rural life. In response to the invitation of ("Jov ernor Mann, or Virginia, the governors of nearly all the southern states have appointed delegations of farmers and business men to attend the Richmond meeting and take part in the discus sion of such important topics as: Lack of capital in farming and how it may be remedied; the tenant evil; its extent and influence; why business men are concerned with the rural problem; howi to organize and conduct co-operative market associations; how to make the rural schools educate more effectively for the demands of country life; and hliw to make the country better place to live in. At the farmers conference it is ex pected that a definite plan for organizing and managing co-operative marketing associations will lie worked out. Befoie the business conference the facts about the farming situation in the South will be presented by men who have made special study of its possibilities and needs; and hankers, merchants, and manufacturers will discuss how they may aid in the development of agricul tural resource. One of the features of the conference will he an interstate meeting of state and country superintendents, teachers of tirriculture. and other educators, at which the subject for discussion will be "The Most Effective Means for Develop ing the Rural School." A. C. Monalisn. ruml-school spe-ciali-t in the United States' Bureau of Education, will urge the necessity for a well-defined, con structive county plan in rural education. Typical rural-school problems will le dis cussed by county siiervior and others who are keenly interested in improving the country school, such as: Albert S. ! Cook, of Baltimore county, Md.; Xebulon ' I.Tud l. Wake county. X. C; Miss Rhea f. j j Sccitt and ,. .T. Hsnifan. sirjwvisnr in I I Virginia and Wet Virginia. rppectielv; ! j Mis Jesie Yanoy. Mason Co.. Ky.; A. R. I .Jones. Equality. Ala.: .. S. Stewart,! j Athens. ;a.; and many others. I Arrangements for the Richmond meet-' Ing are in charge of A. P. Hourland. of Washington. I). C., wh is the executive secretary of the conference. j Little Surprises. "Mister, here' them six ton o' you ordered this mornin'." "N"o, sir; this isn't the real, genuine olive oil; that's why we can sell it so cheap." "You don't need to waste any sympa thy on me, old top; I'm satisfied with my work, my hours and my wages." : '"Gentlemen, the conductor is asking us to move forward in tue car. uottB on; there's plenty of room." "All right, old scout; you get your in crease in salary. The fans all tell me you're worth it." "Young man, your resignation is in the waste basket; I may as well tell you that we're going to make you n junior partner." FRAIL, SICKLY CHILD jYor Red Cross Pharmacy 9. fT lav The Original Cut Price Store This is the store that severed the last link in the chain that bound the people to high prices. . Seidlitz Powders Full weight, full-sized box, regular 25c package, our price 19c. Extra Special Saturday Banquet Nut Caramels (wrapped), Special Saturday, per pound 20c Restored to Health by Vinol i A Letter to Mothers Anxious mothers often wonder whv ...... their children are so pale, thin and nerv ous and have so little appetite, for the benefit of auch mothers in this vie-in- J. r.dmuiiil Miller, rew jiaven, Conn., I says: -My little daughter ever since her birth had been frail and sickly and was a constant source of' worriment. Several months ago we commenced to give her Vinol. I immediately noted an I improvement in her health and appear ance, and from the good it has done! her I can truly say it will do all you claim. This , child's recovery was due to the combined action of the medicinal ele ments extracted from cods' livers com bined with the blood-making and j strength-creating properties of tonic iron, I which are contained in v inol. Vinol will build up anil strengthen i delicate children, old . people, and the weak, run-down and debilitated. We re turn the money in every case where it fails. Red Cross Pharmacy, Hurt 1L Wells. Prop., Rarre, Vt. P. S. Eczema sufferers! We ptiaran- tee our new skin remedy, Saxo. Advt. Easter Sale of Fine Toilet Goods "We have the greatest exhibit of HUDNUT'S ever shown in the city. our window. There is something in this exhibit that you need. See 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 7 W & B. Latest 25c 5 Brod Vana 25c 6 La Preferencia 25c . 7 Little Schuberts 25c 7 Pippins 25c 5 Cedulas 25c 4 7r20-4V 25c PATENT MEDICINES Note the Saving These Prices Mean to You Trading Stamp Law Signed. Olyirpia, Mirch 21. kiv. Litter ye terday signrd the b.ll rquirirg trading siamp rmjmeii to pay a .-ne ot , tn) jearlj in aU county in the state. Always Reliable Relief from the ailments caused by disordered stomach, torpid liver, irregular bowels is given quickly, safely, and assur edly by the tried and reliable BEECMMvI'S PILLS Sold wijwhw. ta beaaa, lOe 25a. ERNESnURRIES Painter, Decorator and Paper Hanger I do all kinds of Painting, rtnnr'it'nir on4 Tnn uivui uini cum I apcl j Hanging. Good exDeri- ence. .Just give me a trial and be satisfied. Telephone 11 7-M 502 North Main Street Beg. Frloe Uar Pries FELLOWS' SYR. ITYPOPHOS 1.50 l OS 'HOOITS SARSAPARILLA 1.00 .69 ATWOODS BITTERS ..; .25 .IT GLORE PILLS 5 IS CrORIA 36 .23 FIGS J0 .39 FATHER JOHN'S fl.00 .71 FOLEY'S KIPXEY REM , 1.00 .65 KHOUP'S RHEUMATIC ...... 1.00 . DOAN' S PILLS 50 , .39 GARFIELD TEA .25 .17 REECHAM'S PILLS . J5 .17 SCOTT'S EMULSION' 1.00 9 MELLEX'S FOOD . .'. 75 .59 HORLICK'S MALTED MILK 1.00 ' .75 MILK SUGAR, MERCK'S 3 for 1. OO PERI'S A '. fl.00 .69 TITTLE'S ELIXIR .50 .39 WILLLIAMS' PINK PILLS 50 .39 LYDIA FIS'KnAM'S fl.00 0.71 AYERS' PILI-S 25 .19 DAS'DERIXE 0 .41 MUSYON'S TAW PAW 1.00 .65 LISTERISE .19 Rtg Frlaa Uar Prlo SWAMP-ROOT 1.00 .69 RAPE'S COLD COMPOUND 25 .19 CUTICTRA SOAP 25 .20 DIAPEPSIN 50 .3f. MKIMAA SAUt .50 .39 KODOL 1.00 .69 SI.OAS"S LINIMENT 25 .19 JIER1 ICIDK 1.00 .69 SAL HEI ATICA 25 .21 MINAKUS UMMENT ....i .25 .17 TINEA v.. .50 .39 1). I). D. REMEDY 1.K - 69 LIVER SALTS 75 ,50 IINI I AM.AKA TAIlLtl.S. ft gT .25 3 OUNCES CASOARA LIQUID - .25 1H) R LAUD'S IRON TILLS .25 HAY RUM HOTTLE .35 WITCH HAZEL, PINT 25 47 WOOD ALCOHOL. PINT 20 .15 HARTSHORN'S OH'GH SYRUP .25 .19 SEIDLITZ NVDERS 25 .19 SCIIENCKS PILLS 5 .19 GETS-IT . .25 .19 EFF. SODIUM PHOSPHATE 1.00 .85 Kodaks, Cameras and AH Supplies ! We have a full line of the things necessary to success ful picture making. We Develop and Finish for you if jou wish. Developing at 10c a roll, whether C or 12 exposures. Red Gross Pharmacy Barre s Biggest, Busiest and Best Drug Store The