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TIIK HJIIIK DAILY TIMES. UARRE, VT., TUESDAY, 'AVRlh 13, 1013.
3 WILSON LIKES TARIFF BILL GOLD DUST POWERS BOW cleans windows quickly TO BULGARIA SHOE la v r-3 2L. There's half a century's experience and practical improvements in the new Quaker Ranges that we are selling so fast this season The more you know about a Quaker Rangethe more you'll want to own one.' . . . . . He Believes It Meets With c the General Approval HEALTHY BUSINESS WILL NOT SUFFER Changes Soon Will Be Noted by the Consumer' THE C. W. AVERILL Barre, Vt. COMPANY MURDERER LUSTIG AGAIN IN CUSTODY MARRIES AMERICAN GIRL, DISINHERITED The Police Believe He Is One of New York's Daylight Automobile Bandits. Philadelphia.. April 15. In the arrest here of Maurice M. Lustig, who was convicted in 11110 of a sensational wife murder in New York, and lust year released from the death house in Sin-; Sing prison when he was granted a new trial by the court of appeals, the police believe they have captured an impor tant member of the gang of automobile bandits who have been committing day light robberies in New York. LiiHtig was- taken into custody, here' and held at the night court in $2,000 J bail for a 'further hearing.- - A search of his room in the Tenderloin revealed large quantities of jewelry and pawn tickets. It is also alleged that he dis posed of many thousands- of cigar store coupons, which the police say had been stolen. Lustig is alleged to have a police rec ord in this city, as well as in New York. WANT $3,746 FROM EVELYN THAW. NewYork Supreme Court Awards Judg- , ment to Firm of Outfitters. New York, April 15. Evelyn Thaw's plea that her husband, Harry K. Thaw, was' responsibile for the clothing she bought during 1908, was disregarded yesterday by the supreme court, and' a firm of uotfitters was awarded judg ment for $3,746. The itemized account showed that Mrs. Thaw paid from $30 to $85- for her hats, and as high as $350 for a dress. . TRYING TO BALE OUT BANGOR. Sheriff Emerson Has Little Hope That ; He Can Make the City Dry. Bangor, Me., April 15. "No man liv- ing can stop the 'boot-legging' in this "city," 'said Sheriff Emerson yesterday. Then,' with six deputies, he started out to see what could be done. The legisla ture impeached Emerson and asked gov ernor Haines to remove him, but he is still in office and says that he will en force the prohibitory law in Penobscot to the; best of his ability, and as far as pos sible with the force that he has at hind. He denies that he has promised to mke Bangor "dry." The President of Ecuador Is Wroth Over Young Plaza's Wedding. Chicago, April 15. It became known here yesterday that Frutos Plaza, 'M years of age. a nephew of Leonidas Plaza, president of Ecuador, married an American girl several days ago in Chi cago and that as a result the young bridegroom's remittance has been cut off and he is threatened with disinheri tance by his relative. I he bride is Miss Pauline Dole of Chicago. Frutos Plaza came to this country 1 four years ago to finish his education, and, after spending three years at West Point, came to Chicago. He iuet Miss Dole at a West Point football game, and soon afterwards they, became engaged. When he wrote his uncle of the engagement, it is said the president of Ecuador offered strenu ous objection and said he had planned lor me young man a marriage with a beautiful Spanish girl. Young Plaza was determined to mary his American sweetheart, despite the objections of his Januly and obtained a position with the foreign department of a Chicago urui. TO RESUME HARVESTER SUIT. A 8Mn ef Beauty 1st a Joy Forever. T. Falls Oouraud'a Oriental Crttm or Macfoal Beautlflar. Rfma Tan, Plmplaa, KrrcSlaa, liuth P-lchea, Bala, and bala risrtr. a&a twtrf Dltml. on bcautf, ud lc flfla detect inn. It aaa atooa Ida teat el 6s reara. and I ao iimlm w taatait tobvauralt ! properly Bta.ta. A ccept no counter, felt of aimUar name. Dr. L. A. Barre aaid to Mr of tba haut ton (a patient I "At roe lad lea will "mae thrm. I raauamtaf GaarnaeTe Crerm' aa Ida leaat harmful of a'.i tke k:a areraratMt." fr aala r-T all 4nnru and r aary Oooas Oeeiera in tke Called Staiaa, Cba4 and Karap. rEIS.T.HOPIIII t SOI, Pr.ii.J7 6rLJiais SUM Trust Will Put 3550 Witnesses on the . Stand in Its Defence. Washington, April 15. Hearing of the anti-trust suit against the International Harvester company the so-called Har vester Trust will "be resumed at Kansas City, Mo., next Wednesday when the de fendants will call 3350 witnesses, most of them farmers and dealers in agricul tural machinery, Edwin P. Grosvernor, special assistant to the attorney general, in cnarge ot the government s case has left Washington for Kansas City. Fol lowing Kansas City, testimony will be taken at Sioux Falls, St. Paul, Chicago, Cincinnati and Buffalo. It is expected that the case will be closed by the first or middle of June and the evidence sub mitted to the United States court at St. Paul in October for decision as to wheth er the corporation shall be dissolved un der the Sherman law. ACQUITTED BECAUSE INSANE. Curtis Was Accused of the Murder of His Sister. Rockland, Me., April 15. Not guilty by reason of insanity, was the verdict of the jury in the supreme court yester day in the case of Clarence Curtis charged with the murder of his sitter, Urace, in their home at Washington, Oct. 1011. Curtis took the stand and talked so ir rationally the trial quickly closed. ne was immediately taken to the (date hospital for the insane. Washington. April 15. -Persistent ef forts to put cattle and shiep on the free 1st, cut the duty on swine ami uuipiwm alter the wava and means committees ariff revision bill, was defeated in the Democratic caucus of the House yester day. On the Senate side the tariff revision Uts were inactive. President Wilson talked to newspaper men yesterday about the tariff bill and to iced the opinion that the hill met the approval of the country as a whole de spite opposition from certain intereito. President Wilson was emphatic in saying that he saw no reason why any feature of the bill should lead to the ruin of any industry or to business depression. President Wilson feels this the more because the ways and means Democrat have been studying the tariff situation for over two years and are well advised. Moreover he himself has been giviny j study to sonic of the controverted points. president w uson, in response to .pies tions, said he hoped later to avail him self of the authority given in the tain: measure to negotiate reciprocity treaties. He assented to the proposition taht the effect of such treaties would be to admit certain articles at lower rate than the bill provides. President Wilson was asked why h insisted on free sugar. . He said because he felt it was for the interest of tic consumer and this was one place whera the consumer would get the immediate benefit. The president pointed out that as to most reductions the consumer would not get the benefit at once in re duced living cost, but this would only come gradually with restoration of com petitive conditions. The president does not believe any beet sugar factories will be closed by free sugar unless they close temporarily for effect. The president believes the bill will not interfere with any legiti mate industry. Concerning the protests against free wool, the president said he was studying the wool question and he did not con sider free wool would hurt the wool in dustry. He pointed out that quotations on wool showed the price was the same on each side of the Atlantic. That the war against free wool hits only started is the assertion of the op ponents of that feature of the bill. This is true alike in the House and Senate, , The Democrats who are lighting free wool are not sanguine of success in their attempts to get a 15 per cent, duty on wool. Hut what they do intend to ngiit for if they cannot get free wool, is i lower scale of duties on woolen manu factures. The plans for such a fight are already made m the House and Senate. It prom lses to be a real battle. The men who are in favor of it will take the position that if the farmers are to be subjected to free wool, then they must get the benefit of much lower prices on woolen goods, and that such prices will not pie vail if the scale of woolen goods duties now in the hill h maintained. President Wilson indicated that this administration was waiting on selection of a new ambassador to take up the passport question With Russia.4 A western newspaper man reminded the president that many people desired to know whether he would accept the recommendations of senators and repre sentatives as to appointments. 'I understand that is the case," said the president with a display of the Wil son smile. Auditors drew the inference that the president was willing to keep both the senators, representatives, and job hunters guessing. With a dry, soft cloth remove dust from both sides. cleaning the corners and grooves with the point of a stick covered with a cloth. Have ready a pail of warm suds made by dissolving a table spoon of Gold Dust washing powder in warm water. Dip a soft cloth in the water. I squeeze almost dry and wipe the glass off. Polish with chamois, as it leaves no lint. Do not wash windows when the sun is shining on them. Mirrors should be washed in the same way as windows. Then polish with a soft cloth charged with powdered whiting. , They Signify Acceptance of Her Proposed Border AEGEAN ISLANDS IN THEIR OWN HANDS Indemnity Nofto Be Settled Now The Albanian Line Cold Dust is sold in 5C size and large pack ages. The large package means greater economy. 'Lot tho COLD DUST TWINS Jo your work" D. A. It. HEAD CRIES INSULT FRANK L. POLK FOR COLLECTOR AT N. Y. Bank Closes Doors. Providence, R. I.. April 15. The At lantic National hank did not open for business yesterday. A notice on the door said it had suspended payment. The Atlantic National is one of the smaller banks in the city. It is cap italized at $225,000. There is Comfort in knowing trjat you can obtain one tried and proved remedy thoroughly well adapted to your needs. Every woman who is troubled with headache, backache, languor, extreme nervousness and depression of spirits ought to try Meeciam'i CTU Larvwt Sal ot Aay Mxtkiax la tk WawU) and learn what a different tiiey will make. By purifying tba system they insure fetter digestion, sounder sleep, quieter nerve, and bestow the charm of sparkling- eyes, a imotleaa rosy complexion and vivacious spirits. Thousands upon thousand of women have learned, happily, that Bew ham's Pills are reliable and The Unfailing: Home Remedy Ml TVaaW-.rtia mi art Wa.1SSc. lartMrrMatW. Lawyer, Former Chairman of State Civil Service Commission, to Succeed William Loeb, Jr. Washington, April 13. Frank L. Polk, a Xew lork lawyer, and former chair man of the New York civil service com mission, ha formally accepted President Wilson's offer to become collector of cus toms at New York, succeeding William Loeb, jr., and his nomination is expected to be sent to the Senate when it meets to-dav. Secretary McAdoo urged the president to appoint him. Directly, Mr. Polk's appointment is taken as the expression of President Wilson's desire to have a strictly bu-i-neeslike administration of the. port. In directly, it is taken as a slap at Tam many hall, with which organization Polk lias never been peculiarly intimate, and a a justification of the recent visit to the White House of Franklin D. Roose- lelt and other new-fashioned Democrats who sought out President Wilson to urga him to appoint a man from some sphere outside of the shadow of Charles I. Murphy. UNDERWOOD ILL. Sharp Fighting at Opening of 22d Con gress Mrs. Scott Answers a Mrs. Story. . Washing-ton, April 15. The continen tal congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution opened yesterday with a fight almost as soon as Presi dent General Scott had finished her ad dress of welcome, asking for "peace and harmony." The reading of the report of the cre dentials committee aroused a storm anil many objections to rulings of the chair. A substitute motion providing for a new committee on which each of the three contending candidates for president geu eral should have two representatives, met with little recognition. The re port finally wns adopted. Ihe event of the uiiv, out of a rou tine way, was President Wilson's ad dress of welcome to the delegates late in the afternoon. The exchange of notes between Mrs. William C- Story, a candidate for the presidency, and Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, retiring chief, in which the first named asked that partisan methods be aban donded, caused a stir. Mrs. John Miller Norton and Mrs. ("harles P.. Bryan of Memphis are ?he other candidates. The congress promises to he one of the most successful in the history of the organization. More than 15(10 state chapters are represented, and forty eight state regents are present. In a statement, Mrs. Scott said: "T was amazed and shocked bevond words! when I wa confronted by two attor neys sent by -Mrs. Story to dennsn.; that I observe the most elementary rules of common honestv and fairness in conducting the forthcoming election.' She added that the implication of this demand was gratuitously offensive and insulting,'1 and that she did not feel it was incumbent upon her to enter into a detailed discussion of the mat ter. Sofia, April 15. The representatives of the power have handed to Premier uuechofl their reply to the lust notu of the allies regarding the proposals for me diation in the war with Turkey. M. One choff promised to confer with the repre sentatives of the allies and obtain their view on the note. The reply of the pow ers is as follows: The powers note with satisfaction the disposition of the allies in favor of peace und make reply in the following manner ti the points raised by the allies' note. To the first point, Bulgaria's demand regarding the Tarko-Hulgarian frontier, no objections are raised. On the second point, the powers point, out that the fate of the .Egean islands having been reserved for the considera tion of the powers, this point can only be admitted subject to decisions arrived at regarding certain of the islands. On the third point, the powers .intorm the allies that they are ready to commu nicate to them atonce the north and northeastern frontier of Albania and that the southeastern and south frontier will be communicated to them as soon as it is determined. On the fourth point, the powers state that the solution of all questions of a financial character having been reserved for a technical committee in Paris, in which delegates of the belligerents ?hall take part, they do not see any reason for giving their vote at present on the question of indemnity. t 'or WOMEN a E5 A N axcatdingly unart Gun Metal Ox &3 ford it our Bp. 6458. It it a four. ItJ button, low cut. wait tola ihoa en our Eton tail. Thu tlyla al comet in the blucher cut. LA FRANCE is ideal footwear for the out' of 'door girl. Q The honest labor and materials which enter into its construction insure a durability under the most trying' conditions which many heavier and less comfortable shoes of the sO'Called athletic type lack. jj Sfe THE HOMER FITTS CO. g H Vilvty, 163-166 No. Main St. J? ' Barre Vermont g WILSON TO REVERSE TAFT He Will Sign the Sundry Civil Meas ure REPORTS SPLIT IN BULGARIA. London Times Says Peace Party Woifll Cease Hostilities. London, April 15. According to The Times, the civilian elements ot the tlul garian government favor the immediate cessation of hostilities in Thrace, but the military extremists still have ambitions in the direction of Constantinople, in formation has reached London that the Bulgarians made a successful forward movement on Thursday against the Tchatalja lines, but lost heavily. NOT CLASS LEGISLATION ho was under obligations to Mr. Lynclt This appointment undoubtedly meant that the G. P. O. will be a closed shop for the first time in years. INVADES HOME OF FRANKLIN M'VEAGH THWART BIG NEW YORK GEM ROBBERY The Discovery of a Pierced Wall Balks Attempt Four Men Have Been Held. Democratic House Leader Ordered to Take His Bed. Washington. April Chairman I'n derwood of the wars and means com mittee was ordered to bed yesterday by his phyairian. who declared be had a slight fever and wa in danger of a Dreakuown from nam worn on tne Mr in bill. He niy be cwfined for wveril day. Hi illnev. bowevef did not interfere with the House raucu yeaterday, wh;h will work on. Hsgecback If Dead At 69. H-tmbiirg. April IS. "rl Hagnbck. R reara oM. a notd animal collector and senior partner in Hrtde! Menag erie and Tier park at Stell.ngen, died I veMerda v. Many people cannot afford to have weak nerves. It would mean loss of livelihood. Toeveryonethe loss of nervous energy is a serious matter. Every action of mind or body calls for the expenditure of nervous energy and it is the bum ness of the blood to carry the necessary elements to the nerves to compensate for tins expenditure. As soon as the blood, for any reason, loses in is power to con stantly rebuild the nerves the ner vous decline begins which, if un checked, results in a nervous break down. This is the history of such a case: . Mr. Calvin R. Lillard. whose ad dress is K. . I. io. 2. Ringgold. Ga. , says: "Ten years ago I was stricken with nervous prostration. I wasn't able to do anything and was confined to bed for m part of the time. I had headaches fre quently and a alight palpitation of the heart. My appetite was poor and my stomach was weak. I could not aleep well ; some nights for no more than an hoar. After fonr rears of sickness I heran wing Dr. Williams' Pink Pilla for Pale People and found that thev save me strength. I kept np their use until I was entirely well." Dr. Waiiams' Pink Pill for Pale People are a tonic for the blood and their tonic action strengthens weak ner- They are sold bf all drmr- sristf. fifty cent per boa, aix boxea for 12 60 or dint hi mail. The booklet, "riear of the Nervon 8ytn," will be sent free upon re- qoeet. Dr. Wni iamt Medietas Conpaar. r.5.T. Xew I'ork, April 15. Burglars at tempted to enter the vaults of the pawnshop of John E. Simpson, on the JJowery. in mucn tne same lasnion em ployed" by the men who robbed Martin Nin'ions & Son, also pawnbrokers, of $250,0iO in gems and negotiable paper. A hole large enough to permit of the passage of a man was bored through the rear wall. The burglars ceased oper ations, intending, the police believe, to return and finish the job last night. On suspicion of having attempted the burglary, the police are nonung tour men, who were arrested in a flat in the rear of the pawnshop. Labor Leader Lynch to Be the Government Printer NEW SENATOR A SUFFRAGIST." . Hollis Expects Confess to Pass on Amendment in Fall. Washington, April 15. Declaring hi belief that an eual suffrage amendment the federal constitution would pass both houses of the present Congress at the first regular session. Senator Hollis of Xew Hampshire predicted yesterday that Maine, Massachusetts and his own state would ratify such a measure. Mr. Hollis, the first 'Democrat to repreent his state in the upper house since tlo Civil war, is working for the amendment in and out of the capital. 'New England is conservative and s'ow to adopt political reforms such as this," be said in most or tne siaies es pecially in Vew Hampshire and Mas achusetts, the suffragists are active, but thev have stirred np a great deal of on- position. Equal suffrage was defeated in Maine last winter by a close vote, and in Xew Hampshire and Masachusett by large majorities. The feeling now is that equal suffrage is likely to come through the federal government sooner than through state action. 'I believe the Senate committee on elections is strongly in favor of wom an s sutlragc. Washington, April 15. President Wil son will support the proposition in the sundry civil bill which was vetoed by President Taft and which exempts from prosecution under the Sherman law la bor organizationsaor organizations of farmers. Conflicting statements have been made about the attitude of the White House, but the facts developed yesterday, when it was disclosed that it is the purpose of the chairman of the Senate and House appropriations com-J mittees, Senator Martin and Congress-1 man Fitzgerald, to pass the sundry civil measure just as it was agreed to by both houses last session. Senator Martin and Congressman Fitzgerald saw the presi dent about this bill Saturday. That they have secured the sanction of the president to the bill in the form in which it passed last session is taken for grant ed in Congress circles. Providing that a certain $300,000 of its total shall not be used for Sherman law prosecution of farmers' co-opera-j tive organizations or labor unions, the bill was reintroduced yesterday from the floor of the House. The bill also carries appropriations for various branches of the government totaling $11(1.000.000. President Wilson does not favor attaching general legislation to apropriation bills, but he does not re gard the particular provision to which objection was made as one that estab lishes a rule of future law with respect to labor unions or farmers' organiza tions. He looks upon it much as did many members of Congress, as a pro vision effective only during the life of the bill and not as affecting substantia te law.' The whole question of wheth er labor unions may be prosecuted for operations alleged to be in restraint of I Son of Attorney Causes Consternation Held for a Sanity Test. Washington, April 15. Consternation was caused in the household of former Secretary of the Treasury MaeVeagli, it was alleged yesterday, when Frank Hillyard, son of a patent attorney, in vaded the home and insisted on one of the butlers accompanying him to the White House "to call on President Vil n." The voung man appeared there hatless late Sunday, and gained admission by insisting he was a friend of the formet cabinet officer and had important busi ness with him. He was taken by the police and is being held for investiga tion as to his sanity. Previous to his call at the MacVeagh home, he had thrown himself in front of a rapidly moving automobile, but tha driver of the car swerved in time ta escape running over the lad. FEAST CONVICTS WHO HELD FLOOD Indianians Show Appreciation of Wor! on Embankment That Saved City. Jeffersonville, Ind., April 15. One thousand convicts in the state re forma torv here were feasted by the citizen.' ot Jerteraonville in appreciation of the serv ices rendered by the prisoners during tha Hood. The convicts worked night anl day on the Pennsylvania enjbankment, which protects this city from the Ohio river, and prevented its breaking. The gray-garbed men, in turn, ahowej their appreciation at the close of tha banquet by handing Supt. I). C. Peytun u resolution .signed by 906 inmates, thanking him for the courtesy extended them ami, declaring that eacli of them will do his best to maintain discipline in the ranks. Chicken, cakes baked by th house wives of Jeffersonville, fruits, iee crwa. and candy were the main items of ti.e feast. TELEPHONE COMPANY GRANTS INCREASE' It Takes Place of Bonus System First Proposed by Company Goes Into Effect June 1. . Boston, April 15. The Xew EnglanJ last Telephone & Telegraph company night announced an increase of wages for trade under the Sherman law is likely the operators in the greater IJoston dii k i.v.n u i,.,n ,.ninn nf tha trici averaging sligntiy less man a io. a revision ot the anti-trust law is formally recommended bv the president, and until the point is definitely determined, it is said that Mr. Wilson does not believe such a provision could be regarded as class legislation. The plan is to pass the bill and also the Indian appropriation bill, which failed of passage in the closing hours of the last Congress and which has been reintroduced by special rule to expedite passage. A BANKRUPT'S PLEA FOR PEACE. SOCIETY WOMEN'S HAIR Simple Treatment That Will Make It Truly Fascinating The Red Cross Pharmacy Guaran tees It Xowadays every up-to-date woman baa radiant hair. What a foolish creature a woman would be if she lost the opportunity to add to her attractions? Yet in America to-day there are hun dreds of thousands of women with for, this affiant pravs that this bank- j . . . He Wishes Revenue Collectors to Cease Troubling Him. The commissioner of internal revenue has received a unique affidavit from the president of a bankrupt corporation of Xevada who seeks to stop the govern ment from trying to collect corporation taxes from the defunct concern. "I depose and say," wrote the troubled man under oath, "that many's the time the collector and deputy collector of in ternal revenue have been informed that this corporation has been adjudged bankrupt, but that they don't seem to care a whoop; that their persistent re quests for statements of net income are promptly fired into the wastepaper bas ket by the trustee in bankruptcy, who won't waste postage on them; that the corporation" assets consist principally of certificates of stock in defunct min ing companies, which would make good wall paier for anvbodv having a' taste for the o-sthetic, the beautiful, but are otherwise of little practical value, except as monument of Masted hoix-s. here trict averaging slightly less than a lar weekly. It will also apply eventually to otiii-t large cities where the company operates and will go into effect June 1. It takes the place of the lionus sys tem proposed by the company in meeting the recent demands of the operators who threatened to strike and which was not approved by the operators. ( NEW JERSEY EXTRA SESSION. Gov. Fielder Calls One for May 6 to Pafs Jury Reform. Trenton, X. J., April 15. Gov. Fielder called yesterday an extra session of thi legislature for May The session if called with a view of passing the jury reform, constitutional convention anj mandatory small board of frechoid'.-n hills. Dr. Friedmann at White House. Washington, April 15. Dr. Friedmnnt inoculated twelve patients at the capital yesterday in the presence of Sccret-f Iiryan, Assistant Secretary Osborne, tlif (ierman ambassador, the Swiss ministel and several army and navy surgeon. He called on the president and rar turned to Providence. R. f.. last niirht. harsh, faded characterless hair, who do not make any attempt to improve it. In Paris moat women have beautiful hair, and in America all women who use Parisian Sage nave lustrous ana lux uriant hair. And any woman reader of The Time can have attractive and lustrous hair in a few day' time by using this great bair rejuvenator, Parisian Sage. The Ked Cro Pharmacy sell a large bottle for .V) rent and guarantee it to banish dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp two week, or mon ey back. Taruiian Jvpe i an Meal nair tonic. not tKkv or greasy. Sold runt company mav be stricken from the list of I'ncle Sam's persecuted corpora tion and that this affiant may be. both ered no more." His prayer will be answered. LYNCH FOR PUBLIC PRINTER. RUN DOWN" Neglected condition, irregular hours, imprudent eating, exposure, etc., weaken the whole system, and those mast important orvana, lirer, tomacb and bowels fail to art properly. i powerful tonic H what you need. f i SCHEHCKS I MAIIDBAKE I PILLS - This Means That the Government Print , ing Cffice Will Ba a Union Shop. It is learned tht President Wilson ill pmbohly appoint a public printer .tame M. Lynch of Indianapolis, presi dent of the International TypogranhK jl onion. Mr. I.tth h i known in libr by drug- circle a a wheelhorse of the A. F. of I act directly and positively on liver, stomach and bowels, toning, com forting, stimulating, correctinir. until a normal condition is rear bed and giving resistant strength. WKollr wretaMo: aranlutely harmlrau W-W every where, plun or menr mtrl, 2V a bwt. Srd far aan ( two med.eal hook Dr. L B. Scbeack ft Sot, rfcflaidpfcia gist ia every towa in America. Advt. The president told friend yesterday that