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THE BARRE. DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1913.
For Spring Humors And tired leeling l Heartily recommend 1100a Sarsnparilla, which I have used in my family for years and think a very fine medicine I had salt rheum badly on my face, and humors that seemed to come from or be developed by vac cination. I knew my blood must be in very poor condition. Hood's Sarsnparilla was rec ommended and I took a few bottles. The humor entirely disappeared, and I have had no trouble from it since. I cordially recommend Hood's Sarsnparilla to my friends and neigh bors and to the general public." Mrs. Bortr.ua Gray, 499 Union Street, New Bedford, Mass. Get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla And begin to take it .today. It will do job good. Yesterday's American League Results. At Boston Boston 2, Xew York 1. Battering Wood and Xunamakerj Cald well and Sweeney. At Cleveland Detroit 5, Cleveland 4. Batteries Dubuu and Stuuage; Kahler, fciteen and Land. At St. Louis St. Louis 2, Chicago 1. Batteries Weil man and Agnew; White, Benz and iSchalk. Standing of the Clubi. Won. Lout. Pot. Philadelphia 2 0 1.000 Washington 1 1.000 St. Louis 3 1 .750 Chicaito : 2 2 . .500 Cleveland 1 2 .333 Boston 1 2 .333 Detroit 1 2 .333 New York 0 2 .000 THE TUFTS TEAM. MURDERED HIS FOUR CHILDREN Ernest Moschner, Fitchburg, Mass., Father, Then 'Killed Himself INSANE FROM ILL HEALTH Yesterday's National League Results. At Chicago Pittsburg 8, Chicago 5. Batteries Kobinson, Camnitz and Gib son; Richie, Toney, - Humphries and Bresnahan. At New York Brooklyn 3. New York 2. Batteries Allen and Miller; Ames, Tesreau and Wilson and Meyer. Standing of the Clubi. Won. Lost St. Louis 1 Boston 1 Brooklyn 3 Pittsburg 2 Philadelphia 1 Chicago 1 Cincinnati 0 New York 0 Pet l.noi) l.ooo .750 .007 .500 .333 .000 .000 Revenge the Motive. ' Chicago, April .15. George Dietz, own er of a woman's tailoring establishment, was found murdered in his room under circumstances that indicated that re venge was the motive for crime. The Working Man's Friend In Time of Sickness I am a blacksmith by trade and would like to say a word to all who have to work hard and sutler with their kidneys. I suffered for about ten years and was treated by a Waynesboro, Va., doctor, lie said that I had Bright's disease and that he had done all he could for me. I read about Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and as I could hardly do a day's work, was willing to. try anything that would do me any good. After taking bwgmp' Root a few davs, I felt so much better that I continued until I felt that I was cured, and I was altogether a new man . That was eight years ago. and if I ever fee the least pain about my kid neys I just take a few doses of Swamp Root and in a few days I am all right. 1 feel to-day that I am a well man and would say to all who suffer with their kidneys, take Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, for it has done more for me than all the doctors, and save doctors' bills. I can further say that about two years go my son was sick in bed and was i taking medicine from doctors and got . worse all the time. I went in the night and got a fifty-cent bottle of Swamp Root and told hira to lay aside all the . 1 l w 1 o Uli.tll.-1JK n C 1 11.1 Oftf) IIIJJ" Root. He took six bottles, and I am glad to say that he is well to-day and has not had any trouble with his kid neys since. It was Swamp-Root that Coach Cannell Has Decided on Most of the Positions.' Medford, Mas., April 15. Coach Can nell has put the Tufts college baseball players through the final practice before starting on the first trip, for Tufts opens their scheduled season at Ithaca with Cornell April 17, and play in all six gamse. April 18 they meet Syra-' cuse at Syracuse; April II), Union at Schenectady; 21. Seton Hall at South Orange; 22 and 23, Fordham at Ford ham; and return to . Medford on the 24th. April 26 they stack up against Holy Cross at Worcester, and play the first home game with Bowdoin three days later. The team that makes the trip this year ought to be much stronger than the one that went south last spring. Each position will be filled by a varsity play er or a better man. The outlook for a good pitching staff is now very bright since William B. Macks became eligible. Krepps will undoubtedly be the main stay for Tufts this year, with Adams a close second, and the only selection that is yet to be made that is worrying the coach is a third twirler to work with these two stars. "Andie" Little was tried and found wanting, and Gold en, because of the one-year rule, is in eligible, so that there now remains a close struggle between Harris Bergen and Macks for the third pitching posi tion. Harris is having a lot of trouble with a lame shoulder, which he hopes will work out before the final selection is made. Bergen has been given several opportunities against the second team and against the Boston college team., and while he has pretty good control there is something about his delivery that offers a seemingly easy target for the batters who face. him. His trial against the Boston college boys was perhaps not as fair to him as might be, since he went in at a time when three men were on base and none down, and on such a chilly day that to let mmseir out might prove disastrous to his pitching arm. He certainly de serves a tryout on a day when conditions are more favorable to him, and it is expected that Coach Cannel will give him a good chance to show his true form. Macks has not been out long enougn ror ttie (lopesters to get a line on his delivery. Until he; was injured last year, he was looked upon as a sure third on the pitchers' staff, and - he doesn't seem to have lost his control or speed during the long lay-off that he suffered before his arm was strong enough to play again. He yill probably oe given an opportunity to work against the 'varsity to-morrow and a fair ner- Mother, Returning from Her Work, Finds Dead Bodies of the Children Fitchburg. Mass.,' April 15. Ernest Moschner, 35 yesrs old, murdered, his four children und then killed himself by shooting in his home on Rollstone street yesterday while temporarily in sane front Jl! health. Moschner's wife on returning from work discovered the bodies with bul let holes in the heads. The murdered children were Elsie, 12; Myrtle, 11; Norman, 8 and Ernest, (1. The four were playing games in the yard when called into the house by their father, who told them to follow him I up stairs. 1 hen he lined them up in a room, whipped out a 32-calibre revol ver and shot Elsie dead, The other; fled. Moschner started in pursuit, caught Ernest, who wa seeking shelter in a closet and shot him dead. The two others had fled down stairs. Myrtle being killed on the first iloor as she Was entering a closet and Nor man was shot in a coal bin in the cel lar. The latter had used a club to defend himself. The blood on the club and on the ttairs showed the good use he had made of it, but lie finally- sue cumbed to the billots. The father covered the last body wit'j rags and boards and the others with dresses. Standing beside the body of Elsie he shot himself. The mother fainted when she return? 1 and found her husband's body and El sie's. When she revived, she ran shriek ing from the house. Neighbors' chil dren had watched part of the trng.e proceedings through the windows. Take Advantage of th Parcel Post Your cigar dealer can probably supply you with Estabrook & Eaton Rockefellers. , If he cannot, Send us $1.88 By postal, or express money order or stamps, and we will send you by Parcel Post Prepaid Anywhere in New England 25 ESTABROOK & EATON Rockefellers . The most wonderful IOC Cigar in size' and quality ever sold. ESTABROOK & EATON 211 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON Cigar Dealers for mors than BO Years A CABINET CLASH COMING BETTER THAN MEDICINE Breathe Hyomei and Be Rid of Ca tarrh Clean Stopper-Up Heads. Nature has a remedy for catarrh and This Is the General BeetZSruT& in Wnchinnr stomach with medicine. Ill TI HOlllllJ- ton IN THE STATE So Far Not Even Rumble WARMER, LESS RAIN, FAIR. LIFE TERM ON THROW OF DICE the race formance will put him in strongly. The make-up of the infield has been a surprise to the Tufts men, but taking it man for mas it ought to prove fully as strong a defensive machine as last year's. Bennett will be on first, where he has shown a lot of improvement this year, mucn to the satisfaction of the lovers of baseball at the college. He I -!..! 1 ,i , V. iias piLKeu up wonaenuiiy wun tne wil low and poles out long extra base drives with startling frequency, while he has paruaiiy mastered tne knack of shift ing his feet in reaching for low and wide throws. There is one ulaver. Stafford. cured him My son now thinks that , . ef0"d' 'ho ' th '5U8 f " 'es jb m jrunoiiMiiiy ui a P'y si the middle station. He handles himself with all the confidence, neatness and speed of a first-class player. Sure in the field, fast and heady on the bases, and a good hitter, he is acknowledged to be the best second Barker who has played that position for Tufts. Lee, the varsity second baseman, was tried at third until Proctor became in eligible and tha coarh shifted him to short, bringing Armstrong in from the outfield to play third, ' This seems to bte a happy combination, since Tufts now has one of the best hitting infields in years, and, incidentally, a combina tion of excellent ground-covering in- fielders. Cannell now has for outfielders Mar rynski, the varsity center fielder and a fixture there this year; Angell, Donnel lan, Mayo and Godfrey: The latter two are much faster fielders than their oppo nents, but have not shown as well at bat in the games in which they have worked. Jt would seem that the prob lem that now confronts Coarh Cannell is whether he needs a heavy hitting out field or one composed of weak batters, but speedy fielders. there is no medicine that a doctor can give that can compare with Dr. Kilmer's Bwamp-Koot. Very truly yours, G. V. HARDING, Covington Va. Personally appeared before me this 8th day of March, 1912, G. W. Harding, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that same is true in sub stance and in fact. Given under my hand this 8th day of March, 1012. B. H. PATTOX, Justice of the Peace. Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Prer What Swamp-Root Will Do for Yoa. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, X. Y., for a sample bottle. It will con vince anyone. You will also receive a booklet. of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing be sure and mention the Barre Daily Times. Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles for sale at all drug stores. Advt. William Rooney Takes It In Preference To a Straight Ten Year Sentence. New York, April l.". The cast of dire yesterday sent William Rooney to prison for life, unless paroled by the board of pardons. . He was arrested for burglary and ad judged ah habitual criminal. He was given the choice of ten years without the possibility of commuta tion, or a life sentence. He deliberated two weeks, -then threw dice to decide and took life. Outline of the Weather Set Forth in the Bureau's Weekly Bulletin. Washington, April ' 15. Slightly warmer temperatures, less rainfall and fair weather generally east of the Rock ies during the fore prt of the week are the probabilities offered by the weather bureau in the weekly bulletin. The distribution of atmospheric pres sure over the northern hemisphere, says the bulletin, ja such as to indicate that temperatures will average near or above the normal the coming week in all par's of the country enst of the Rocky moun tains. The rainfall during the week will prevail during the next several day over the creater part of the country ea-t of the Horkv mountains, the nex disturbance of importance to cross the country will appear over the far West today, cross the Rocky mountains about tomorrow, the great central valleys on Thursday or'iriilay and the eastern states near the close of the week; this disturbance .will be preceded by warm weather, be attended bv showers and thunder storms and be followed by cool er weather. It is the healing oils aud balsams of Hyomei which medicates the air you breathe, reahcing the most remote air cells in the nose, throat and hint's, kill ing tha catarrhal germs, and restoring health to the mucous membrane, In using Hyomei you are treatin your catarrhal troubles with the natura riFPARTMF.NT remedy, for it gives a curative air bath usui AiviiviriiN i the'ftir paB8liReil. It , powCTfu, healing and antiseptic effect similar to the air )n the mountains where the for eBts cive off the fragrant and healini? mere ms lieen ' '" . . .... nyomei nas nenentea so many summ ers of the worst cases of catarrh, with offensive breath, raising of mucus, fre quent sneezing, droppings In the throat and spasmodic coughing, that it is sold under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not do all that is rtlnimnrl ttr it Tf th triialmnnf ttm Washington, April 15. Keen observers not help vou tiiere wj not be a penny's of the problems confronting the Wilson expense, while if it cures the cost is administration ra declaring that the nominal. A complete Hyomei Outfit , , .... , , - n, I sens lor oniy i.uu. r.xtra Domes or t-an a.ieuuy unuci ... . ;d jf later - needed, 50 cent9. eubmet, which will be precipitated uy Re(t (-rog8 Pharmacy and druggists no other than the man who, more tnan elsewhere. Advt. liny out man, was responsible for the nomination of Wobdrow Wilson W if liam Jennings Bryannow the secretary of state. The signs of the rumpus are l:ot clearly defined and ,not even the most expert guesser cares to guess over what issue the trouble will break out. Close friends of Mr. Bryan, however, agree with tne prophets 01 stormy weather in saving that the peer;css leader will be heard from before long, One stranee thinir about Mr. Bryan since his assumption of the duties of secretary of state has been bis dentermi nation to give out no news whatever. The three important declarations of foreign policy which have been made since the new administration tok otlice six weeks HUSKY ASSAILANT KILLED BY WOMAN Mrs. Ethel Clark, Who Was Attacked in ! Barge Cabin, May Go Free. New York, April 15. A slender lit tie woman, Mrs. Ethel Clark, wife of ; the captain of a Standard Oil barge, 14 weeping in the Tombs today, waiting for the coroner's inquest to free h'r from the charms of killing a hulking, six-foot man who assaulted her in the ! new auiiiiiiiBtiuiriuu lit rv unite ui -, , i , , . I,,,- ago were made not by the secretary of H ,f her oatlnK bo,ue whlle ller TOSSES NOTE AND MAN IS ARRESTED THREATENS GENERAL STRIKE. NO BIG DECISION YESTERDAY BY THE SUPREME COURT State Rate, Newspaper Publicity and Intennountain Rate Rulings Go Orer. Washington.. April 15. No decision in the state rate cases, newspaper publicity law. intennountain rats rases or other important suits pending before the su preme court were announced yesterday. Leader of Industrial Workers at Mtl f ord Issues CalL Milford, Maas April 15. A general strike of Industrial Workers employed in filfnM was railed here vesterdav bv Joseph M. Coldwell, who fs conducting the fight against the Draper company at Hopedale. - The leader said his action was due to the fact that the Draper company was bringing in strikebreakers. About 2,000 persons, chiny foreign ers, are employed nere, me principal industries beinir the manufacture of shoes and the quarrying and dressing of granite. The strike call followed a stampede vesterdav of 100 eirls from the heeling factory- of Green Brothers. An effort to induce the employes of the Regal shoe factory to leave their benches failed and none of the Italians at the quarries had quit up to late yesterday noon. When the foundry strikers returned here from the usual morning parade to Hopedale, a noisy demonstration wa$ made in front of the Green factory. The paraders numbered about 400 and after five minutes of shouting and yell ing, the doors of the factory suddenly flew open and 100 girls rushed into the street. . They were greeted "joyously by the strikers and the augmented body start ed for the Regnl factory. Here an other demonstration wa made but the hum of the shoe machines continued. The paraders then marched to the driving park, where Leader Coldwell an nounced that a general strike had been called, though he did not expect that the call would be answered to any grent extent before night. MARK CUT X WIDE SWATH. Sacramento, Cal Girl Is Freed From an Alleged White Slaver in Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, Okla., April 15. Ait insr on information contained in a note thrown from the window of an apart ment house, asking that the .chief of police be notified that a woman was being held in the house against her will, the police have arrested here Jv. U. Mo; gun, who says he is from Chicago, nd placed him in jail on the charge of violation of the Mann "white slavery' art, to await the decision, Monday, of U. S. Atty. Boardman. The girl, who gave her name as Jean Beaucon. of Sacramento, Cal., in a sworn statement, alleges that Morgan, whiie in San Antonio, Tex., wrote her to come to that city as his stenographer. On her arrival in S'an Antonio, she states, Morgan . compelled her to assume the role of his wife. She stated they had lived in San Antonio and Dallas before coming to Oklahoma City. NEW EATON EVIDENCE. Important, It Is Declared, the Inquest May Be Reopened. Plymouth, Mass., April 15. New evi dence of a startling nature is indicted in an announcement made yesterd.iy that District Attorney Barker of Ply mouth county may have the inquest into the d'ath of Rear-Admiral Joseph M. Eaton reopened within the next three weeks. State Officer Scott is said to have made .important discoveries in relation to the case ,and to have reported these to Barker. IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS state but bv the oresident himself a circumstance which "is unprecedented, to say the least. Mr. Bryan is to-day probably the most independent man in the cabinet, it can be stated as a fact that he accepted the bortfolio of state not because of any dC' sire to hold an ollice or because he felt that the holding of such an office would Kive him added power and prestige: JJr, Bryan entered the cabinet in order to demonstrate to his Ifinds and enemies alike that he could play second fiddle. Said a man who has know'n the secretary of state intimately for years: "Bryan has his eves open. His position is some think like that of La Follette. He will break out regardless of the consequences at any moment when he thinks that any man, even the president himself, has be' traved the public trut placed in him. Mr. Bryan continues to edit and own the Commoner, a naner which is beinir rea.i to-dav in Washintrton with mor- Wid Conroy, the veteran ball player, than usual interest. While the secretary formerly associated with the .New ork of state himself has not vet contributed and Washington Americans, will be seen anv sioneH article to his oaner. he has on third base this year with the Koch allowed to be renrinted in his columns ester International league, a Washington letter to a Chicago news- ' Wasson of Notre Dame is looked on paper in which the possibility of a split as a possibility in the broad jump event in the cabinet, parallel to the Blaine- at the t'enn relays.- Wasson cleared over Harrison nlit. is mentioned as more 23 feet consistently in practice. Two than a possibility. It is. interesting to years ago he won the. event, and it would note, .however, that the Commoner take considerable to nose inni out tms make a snerial offer to its readers season. whereby Woodrow Wilson's "New Free- Ted Easterly, .the Cleveland catcher, ilnm and the Commoner mav be brought says that he expects a big year with at a bargain price- 'he willow. He admits that his average 1 . : . , i j i . l 1 1 1 1. .. x.. , will tena to ue lowereu wm-ii oe T A r XT IlTTT t mPCfT Kddie rlank and Doc u lute, basterly JA1AIN Y1LL lJDdl ay8 that he cannot hope to bat over f A T TUTU? AIT A T AW -OIJ when opposing these twirlers, wm vAwmn wti Jn the t the niajor eaKUP8 have "" ' ! been classed in two divisions, the first Prepared to Prove Mikado s Subjects and the second divisions, but now in St, Loins a baseball writer has classed the clubs in three divisions. The make-up Urlgin. . , of the three with reference to their huband was away, Mrs. Clark told the magistrate Bow the intruder, John Dunn, broke into the. barge and attacked her and of their J terrible battle, brute strength aga'nst j the desperation of a woman fighting aguinst defence of her honor. The bat- j tie brought the two ou deck, where. ; with final desperate strength, the little woman drove Dunn back until he fell over the rail and was drowned. The court told Mrs. Clark that her story had the ring of truth, but that he was forced to separate her from her baby and hold her in jail until the cor oner's jury could act. Copyright Hn Sctuftxr U Mart Here is one of our snappy new overcoat models for young men, made for us this spring by Hart Schaffner & Marx You ought to look at yourself in one of these Overcoats you'll like" what you see. OVERCOATS SUITS $18 and up $18 snd up Moore & Owens, Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 N. Main St., Barre BATTLE WITH STRIKERS. and Kill One Police Shoot Into Mob Man. New York, . April 15. Four hundred; strikers, nuirching in a column, engaged 50 policemen and deputies in a hau l to hand conflict yesterday. Jeremiah Cody, a private detective, received tha brunt of the strikers' ouslauglit. . He is suffering from a stiletto wound in his back, a broken leg and a ca'; wound. When he fell, the 'engagement became general. The strikers fought with stones and clubs and the police, at the -command of Chief of Tolice O'Xeil, drew their revolvers and fired into the mob. Th strikers retired, taking their -wounded with them, fine man was killed und one fatally wounded. Are Not of Mongolian V T it, 1 its 1 WILL WELCOME PAGE. Great Britain Notifies Washington He Is Persona Grata. Washington, April 15. Great Britain has formally decided that Walter H. Pace is persona grata and he will he nominated today by President Wilson as ambassador to the court of St. James. THE ELECTRICAL FLUU servant. Does everything it is required ! to do. Does it well. 1 he use of well ies de ss controlled and GOODS WORTH 13 MILLION LOST. arranged for by us is a perfect ! This in Dayton, u, By nooa 600,000 Needed to Cleaa City Streets. Columbus. Om April 15. A flood relief . ... i 1 1 . ... I L. I . . . n ELECTRICAL GOODS H. Patterson, railed upon IJovernor Cos of the latert designs by experienced vcterday aiM presented a formal irnort electricians gives to our work that qusl- of the conditions in thst city. Theie- jty which all men of judgment a pni ore. f " show, that sinusal will he reqnir-u fnr mntnn lioht. holl. !. i to clean the streets of Dayton. rh:S r hones, annunciator and all other work eteruted promptly at reasonable price. Barre Electric Co., MS Karta lUia Stmt. WWi IW4. Ialasass M-W um do not include the 00 -4 of rewn Mnictinf public prntwrty damaged by I lie recent flood. Members of the com mitt"e rtimatl the Io of merchsu dw in their rily at 1 J.insi.oon. Leaf tolcco valued at tDs was detrcyl by tha Coed, tacj- said. Clever Swindler Is Given From Five to Eight Years. Boston, April lo. Several weeks ago - young man, well educated and 01 pleasing address, calling himself Franc's Lemovne, came t Boston and engaged expensive apartments on Beaeon street. rented a loreign-built sutomohile, en tered the Conservatory of Music as a student, and transferred to a broker's account $410,000 he claimed to have in a Xew York bank. He cut a wide swath with entertain ments and dinners. Then he drew a check for fla.OiiO against the new a--count, bought fifteen bondi, and imme diately hypothecated them for $14,00 1 and dissppeared. Two weeks ago he was arretted at Jacksonville, Fla. In court here yesterday he acknowl edge his real name was Fred Mark, and that his home is at Red Hook, X. Y. He was sentenced to from five tn eight years in the state prison. CASTOR 1 A Far Iifuts and Children. Tha Kind Yoa Km Always Bought Bear the 8ig&tr Parents, Read this Letter! I have a letter from prominent Maine clergyman in regard to a sickness of one of his children from which I quoie as follows: "Our two-year-old baby was very sick st two d liferent times and we came near losing her. We had the best doctors, but they did not know what the trouble was. Inthe first sickness the had high fever for several days, and thedoctorsaid it scted like scarlet fever, but as there were no other cases he did not think it could be. After wards she broke out in atash all over her body. The last sicknes was similar and the doctor was puzzled. She was very nervous and we feared we woulJ lose her. Your Dr.Tme's Elixir was recommended, and after two days' use the paned several worms from two to three inches in length, and is now well and strong and sleeps at nights without fretting, tossing and starting in a fright as the did former y." I will be glsd to furnirh this clergy man's name and sddrecs to anyone who caret to writs to me. N B. Trne's F.llxlr it tSe ben known remedy for sll stomach and bowel troubles. Purely vegnatle, piea'int to take and entire'y harmless. F.xpelst:oina-h wormt and pin worms. All dealers, 35c50cjll. W. Voun for tetter heahK SV. CV-tt 13 Drumiroad St., Auburn, Me. amninnaliin ntaalliUit ina a r A m fnllnu-a. . . ... - , . ........................ ..v.... ...... v.. ... ....... .. . lokio. April in. tne Japanese caoinet pnfn,i-r-x'fir.noi im,. vw reported to the Emperor yesterday that York and Pittsburir; American lea'true. tcrtere with tne taniomia land owner- Hnn.l leatmp rwaim. rwimmti .,.1 1. : . 1. .. . : .v ' . " ' ....... Miip M-niamwuii iiibo iv 1'juiadelphia; American league, Wash- ,iapan to present a list case neiore me jn,,ton Cleveland and White Sox. Hope- supreme court ot tne Lniwd less Xational league, Sit. Louis, Hrook- proving that the Japanese are not of jvn nd Bo.ton; American league, Sit. .JUIIL:riail UIIV'JI tiic mrriT-n-'ir! rii' ... flotrr.it an1 Volar nrL- t.tied to assume citizcnsnip in tne l niu-u Tne University of Vermont baseball States. team takes its annual snrinir trin this week. The luam will i!n v a. nra't Washington, April 15. President Wil- m with the T.nth .vlrr- rv.. . 1 ! .: - : .. t 11.. .. I . ... . 1 son, taming imu.m.i.r """Mto-daj 111 preparation for the trip. They pendiag land legislation in cainornia, w:ii rpmf,; ; the vicinity of Xew York. construed ny tne Japanese government playing several of the colleges there. s offensive, indicated that since his last Saturday the excursion will be conclud- -.mW-- . 1 AlT talK wun discount ininoa, uie .Japanese Pi wlth the annual battle with Yale at ambassador, some changes Had been Xew Haven. Malcolm will be reserved made in the proposed laws which niigr.t for thi. yarne and hopes are pitched riou8 and fatal disease fimvc in .i.uni.iuii. me inf-iufii na- j nicfh tnr a viftnrv. : .1 . 4.1..4. . , . 1 ... a. 1' w..l O f inillllt-IIL. nilH, view of the alteration. EXPLANATION u U la By strengthen ing each organ of the body . to do its work propcrl.W and thus driving out the impuri tics, is the rea son why Father John's Medicine is the best remedy ever prescribed for building up j the system if you down. v yT9 are till If l v.. .l...1. ening drugs or temporary stimu lants to weaken the system ami 11 ... . . . .V J it BaaWt.i i -U expose vmi to sc- -all pure uour- STRIKE CONTINUES. And Mill at Auburn, N. V., May Never Open Again. Auburn, X. Y., April 15. Intimida tion by a hundred strikers of the In ternational Harvester company twine mill caused 400 or 500 operatives who were desirous of eturning to work to go awsy from the mill yesterday when the whistle blew for the ftrtt time since the strike began. , After sixty-eight employes had passed through the lines -of militia and police snd entered the mill, a conference was held by officials of the company, at the conclusion of which the order was issued to close the mill permanently a'nd to hold the machinists to dismantle the machinery and pack it for shipment to Xeuss. Ormsny. The rtrikers. evidently regarding thn company's threat to move away as a bluff, continued to jeer and marched away when the militia announced that the mill ss to close. A mass meeting of citizens was called last night. Several strikes are Imminent in other industries.- The International Harvester mill paid $3tC,iKNi annually in wages. PLANT GUNPOWDER IN BRITISH BANK Brooks Will Soon hp I nw UU IsVII I SaSSMPBBUlJIIajUUi.l! LtUA.Ll.-JH' S II rt a. la ill' - Militant Suffrsrrttes Art Sutpected Following the Discovery ia London. London. April 13. Militant suffra gettes were suspected when a milk can filled with gunpowder ws found inside1 ttw Bank of England yesterday. The! ran. a large one. naa a iue attached.' though it aa nnlighted. snd was found I within a railing occupied by bank employe. anrTork Weather Will Soon be Warmer Now is the time to look your tackle over, et stocked up and be ready. We have a complete line for the Angler and we in vite you to come in and look it over. Ask to see OUR SPECIAL STEEL ROD Only S1.50 The N. D. Phelps Co. 136 Nortk Mail Street Telephone 29 Barre, Y'ennont V