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WANT LETTERS BLOCKED BY DEMOCRATS FARMER'S. m - If Torn Didn't Start Igbt ALMOSIAfRECK rj;,; Restored to HdaltK by Lydia E. PinkhamV.fogetablo SUNDAY -, Volummolvs Demand for an , , trade your old range for a Republican Nominations for Postmasters in Vermont at Last Session Compound. tier Ujjri.L'ostonice on mat Day Own Siery;.". : . . 7:r.-: mi, Md.-"I amfcaVmt rfs THE IUIUIK DAILY TIMES, 1LMIHE, Tl rTk UPaiVYUWif ,.. . - w w -, , , wife and do most of my own work wh II vi H 1 J- l y . P -u . .. .-..m..WM.m . ' tfLMi'ML '.rtT'''''"' SECOND TIME HE TOLD OF MURDER Maine Officials Going to New York to Hear Confession of Youth on Hackett Killing. Augusta, Me., May 1 County Attor ney Fisher and jSheriff Getchell arranged ney Fisher and Sheriff Uetcheil arrange to go to New ork late yester.iay to hear the alleged conlession 01 nienaru i nllccred F. Dunbar that he was implicate! in the murder of Mattie Hackett, at Read field, this state, on Aug. 17, 1005. Once before Dunbar made a some what similar statement regarding the crime, according to the police. Follow ing his arrest at Cheyenne, Wyo., he YOUR HAIR IS FLUFFY, BE A UTIFUL AND LUSTROUS IN A FEW MOMENTS Girls! Girls 1 Get a ss-Cent Bottle of Falling Hair; Destroys Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girls after a "Danderine hair cleanse." Just try thismoisten a cloth with a little Dan derine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil. and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once, The Range that Makes Cooking Easy A Glenwood Coal or Cm IUiiw for eooklnfr. nd a Clanwood l'arlor Stove. Furnaca or Boiler for hooting mean aulid comfort and less fuel. Reynolds Son, Barre was broiipht to New York, where, on March 17, lie wa sentenced to one year's imprisonment on IUackwell's inland. The detertive who brought him from the West aid that Dunbar told him that the principal in the murder of the girl was "a proopf I'ous manufacturer," who had planned an abduetiou and killed the tfirl when she resisted. Alter the publication of this story. Attorney Fisher received two letters ..' . . , fr)im ),,10lir. . . r fc , .j. . .., am in aii i klul u' mr to tc ail 1 Know auuut viie Hackett murder if I am given protec tion." Mr. Fisher was not prepared to promise immunity. Dunbar, under the name of "Dillon" Dunbar, whs sentenced in lOll.l to six months in the Kennebec county jail for "Danderine" and Try This Also Stops Dandruff Immediately. Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigor ates the scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair. But what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use, when you will actually see new hair line and downy at first yes but really new hair grow ing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it. surely get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Dan derine from any druggist or toilet count er, and just try it. ICE IS MORE EXPENSIVE Than electricity for refrigerating pur poses, especially in years of shortage in the ice crop. Last week we cited one case in which the well-known firm of Cobb, Bates and Yerxa succeeded in cooling 5 1-2 times as much space with electric refrigeration for 18 per cent less than the previous cost with ice. Besides being the LEAST EXPEN SIVE, electric refrigeration is the CLEANEST and MOST SANITARY SYSTEM, and the temperature is always JUST WHAT YOU WANT IT. This factor alone saves a tremendous amount of spoilage which is inevitable with the old style ice chest. Our refrigeration engineer will give YOU the whole story, backed up by fig ures and facts. Phone 246-2 TO-DAY. CONSOLIDATED LIGHTING CO. HMD assault with intent to kill bis father-in-law, Henry 1 W'mg of New York, who was stopping at Readtteld. He escaped from jail, but two years later returned and completed his sentence. He was not confined on the date of the unexplained f Miss Hackett. Dunbar is about Z't years of from New York. age and came here JILTED SUITOR IS SLAIN WITH AXE Was Killed After an Attack on the Girl Passer-by Was Hit by Bul letThree People Held. Chicago, May 1. Anthony Marasco, twenty-live years old, was struck on the head with a hatchet and killed after he had attacked Anna Forte, sixteen years old, because she refused to tnirry ihim. I'asqnale Forte, nineteen years old. a brother of the girl, is said to have struck the blow. He has not 'been captured. Mrs. I'asqualine Forte came to the as sistance of her daughter armed with a revolver. She fired at 'Marasco and the bullet, speeding through a window, struck Frank Alfona, twenty-two years old, who was passing the house, Phy sicians sav Alfona probably will die. Mrs. Forte. I'asqnale Forte, a mem ber of the firm of Forta Bros., bankers, and a cousin of the girl, Ann Forte, are -under arrest. "' Tony Bianco, sixteen years old, told the ilice he was an eye witness of the battle. J Vn"rT -.-iTir-t--t-i!T 51 NEW YORK HOTEL ORDERED CLOSED Police Heads Raid the Southern, and 500 Guests Must Hunt Quarters. New York, May 1. One hundred (lin ers in the cafe and diningroom of the Southern hotel, a large hostelry in the tl.patre dintrict. have boen turned into the street, and 500 other guests of the hotel were notified to vacate their rooms within 4H hours in a rai.l by Third ...... i. ... v ... I...r,...i- and Inspector Dwyer, Iredenck V lutin i i.. i - iv.,,1. It Wl.iiin secretary of the committee- of fourteen. a citizens organization, ana a iorce 01 a Citizens ulnlll.oun, mm ...iv detectives. Charles K. Kllis, the pro- ,,,i,.t,,r mid tiastive Schult. manager of the hotel, were held at a police station, pending arrangements for bail. The unrestricted dancing of the so called modern steps and the finding of an alleged racing pool room in the hotel by Inspector Dwyer on last Thursday were given among the reasons by the police for the raid and closing of the hotel, which is a modern eleven-story structure, handsomely furnished and decorated. SLAVE INQUIRERS CALL POLICE. Crowd at Hearing in Springfield, 111., Be comes Noisy Protection Summoned.. Springfield, III., May 1. Lieutenant Governor Hrrat.()'Hara called upon the police for protection at the hearing of the Senate "White Slave" Investigation committee lat night. The room was filled with men and women, witnesses and spectators wheu the meeting opened and the crowd was hostile to the com mittee. When the request of two at torney to be heard as denied, the spectators insisted that the right be granted them. It appeared likely that the meeting would develop into a' riot and Lieutenant Governor O'llara and Senator Ueall in structed one of their investigators to call the police. Several 'officers responded to the call, and after a semblance of quiet had been restored the two attorneys, representing the shoe company where employees are being examined, made another attempt to get a hearing. The crowd hooted and jeered when the law yer were again refused, and it was some time before the procedings could he resumed and then only when the wo lawyer had left the room. Only a few witnesses were examined the commis sion adjourning early. 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Kven if you should let Vonr Mdf b fnole.1 into 'taking auUtitnte for TIZ. ran ran t fool your feet. TIZ is for sale" at all dnig stores, department and eeneral atorr.. 2.. it per box. or diiwt if yon wish. Money back if TIT .1iMtTt tin all we MV. For fie I- .1 writ t-sar t Walter ,-.'-1 ra-rkai-e writ fO-sav I" ann Lutbri L Co, ChK.r. lll.A.lst. POT'Jv 0 fir i A! IB til! 7"r" j 'I '( Rma .1 One for Krw CAUSE OF FAILURE OF CONFIRMATION Vermont's Senators Were Unable to Get Appoint ments Through Washington, D. C, May l.-The He publican members of the Senate are re ceiving many protests ami inquiries with reference to" their failure to secure the continuation in the Senate lant session of Republican postmasters whose nom inations were sent to that body by Presi dent Taft before the expiration of his administration on March 4 of this year. In the hist Cleveland administration, the commissions of several postmaster expired during the lust months of that administration and when Democratic, nomimtions for a new commission of four y?ars for the postmastership of these "ollices were sent by President Cleveland to the Senate for confirma tion, the Republicans in the Senate per mitted such appointments despite the fact that President M; Kinley was soon t !.-. nllW mid the administration was to become Republican instead of n.....,.! ;,. A a resn t. many Demo cratic postmasters throughout the coun try served during me i.mjr pan. iVesident Mckinley's Republican admin istration and were only supplanted by Republicans when their commissions, made t the regular time under a Demo- cratic administration, expired. The Republican postmasters whose commissions expired in wk- reg mr , Sr nt t.hinm. mirinir me vear iim; u I mi i March 4. 1913. and ' .... m.Ii d and who were re nominated for appointment for another term bv President Talt.-werc entitled, in". - - - - as they s-aw it, to the same treatment a. aceonied me ueniofram unu:i the McKinley administration and had a right to expect that the courtesy of confirmation of their nominations under the Taft regime would be allowed by the Democrats in the Senate. But the Democrats in the Senate would not allow these confirmations, and consequently the number of postmasters throughout the country, whose nominations failed of conciliation,-ran into the thous ands. Among these were several Republican postmasters in Vermont for whose con firmation Vermont's Republican senators worked hard, hoping and confidently ex pecting that the Democrats would at least concede the confirmation of nom inations in a stat? represented by sena tor both of whom were Republicans. But all in vain. There has been so much misunder standing among Republican postmasters and their friend with reference to the procedure of confirmation of nominations and so much discussion as to how the Democrats, who wre in the Viinority up to the 4th of last March, were able to block the confirmation of President Taft's nominations that an explanation of the methods adopted and the tactics used by the Democrats to bring about their ends may prove enlightening. NSTwn a vacancy occurs in a postoffice, the representative in Congress from the district in which such occur, if his pol itics are the same as the president then in power, recommends to the postmas ter general th appointment of a post master for the vacancy that exists. The postmaster general, who i of the same political faith as the president and a member of his cabinet, follows the rec ,,.,., it;,i nf th reoresentativc in if, ill... - , .41 .,...a .ml in torn recommends to I vrui . " ..- .' the president the nomination of the per son named originally by the representa tive in the district where the vacancy ex ists. The president then usually fol lows the recommendation of the post master genera) and sends to the Senate for confirmation the nomination of the person named. Now the Senate confirms all the nom inations nvsdc by the president in ex ecutive session, which is held behind closed doors. When the Senate goes into executive session it is by motion and vote. So, it is plain, if a majority o( the senators were of the opinion that thev did not want. to go into executive session they could so vote and prevent it thereby also preventing mr tion of the continuation oi me piei- ,;,.Qti,,iia. Now this is lust ex actly what the Democrats did every time (tnrt was made bv the Hepublican senators to go into executive session so that the postmaster nominations of President Taft might be confirmed. The Senate, before the 4th of March, was made up of 4!) Republicans, 43 Demo crats and two Progressives, and there were two vacancies in the membership. This, as will be seen, made a small Re publican majoritv but. while the Senate was nominally Republican in majority. Senator la Follett-? and some of his Republican follower who were not in sympathy with the Taft administration, could join hands with the Democrats at any time and prevent the Republicans from securing a majority. This is just exactly what was done and it is very apparent that witfc a few Republicans not in sympathy with the administra tion voting w ith the Democrats, the Re publicans as a body were in a hoele--i situation a to getting an executive ses sion where the nominations could be dis cussed and the confirmations secured. Dav after day the Republicans attempt ed to go into executive arssion ami were voted down. mlv during tl. very last davs of the session was it posMl.le to secure n executive session at all and then only army appointment, and the like, such as the Demoat had no ob jection to were entertained fr confirma tion with the exception of a few po-t-ofih-es in the horn towns of senators. -k.,K were al owe,! onlv out ol curiey to the senator in que-4ion. So it was that toe iai nnpew -'"-to a rl" on the 4ih of Marc with none of PreIent Taff postmaster nomination confirmed. At the end of a (ofigre all bill "t passed and all nominat on trade whW-h tav n-.t been confirmed are Head. The purpose of be lemocrat in object in; to the executive 4on and the confirmation f Prei j t T.f-. nnii nation w a tt delay tW- arro.ntment. to wale flace fr . i. - t. ..,- ..at. - . ' l,oc..t,c employe, whc. the .c tc- I am aoio. i nau nervous spellc, fe male weakness and terrible bearing down pains every month. I also suf fered much with my right aide. The pain started in my back and extended around my right side, end the doctor told me it was orcanic inflam mation. I was sick every three weeks and had to stay in bed from two to four days. "It Is with great pleasure I tell you what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable .ompound has done for me. I have fol wed your directions as near as possi ble, and feel much better than I have felt for years. When I wrote you be fore I was almost a wreck. You can publish this letter if you like. It may help to strengthen the faith of some poor Buffering woman. "Mrs. John F. Richards, Westwood, Maryland. Women who suffer from those dis tressing ilia peculiar to their sex should not doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. - if 1. n x o Kliirlifaat, doubt that Lydia H. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will help you, write to Lvdia IlPlnkhamMetlicineCo. (eonlidential) Lynn, MaN8M for art vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. grcss was convened under a Democratic administration with the Senate also Democratic by majoiity. The names of Democrats to till these positions wh'di bv precedent belong to the Republicans will be sent to the Senate for confirma tion. The Republican senators are just ly incensed at thJ aution of the Demo crat in the last Congress but, should efforts be made from any quarter to block the confirmation of President Wil son's nominations and give the Demo crats a dose of their own medicine, they will find themselves face to face with a clear Democratic majority of six, and the Democrats are voting solidly on all questions of this character. This is the status of the postoffice sit uation in Vermont, and other states rep resented by Republican senators, as it a fleets those postmasters whose terms expired before the 4th of March and whose renominations were sent in by the president at the last Congress. Tirin.r a l)mocrtttic administration. Rpnuhlican senators are not consulted by the president with reference to the appointment of postmasters in their states but the advice of some prominent Democratic agency is usually followed by the president. The Vermonters' Sugar Party. Alxiut 500 Vermonters and their friends enjoyed the twelfth annual sug ar party of'the Vermont Association of the District of Columbia last Friday evening. The sugar was served on ice and among the other deleetables on the menu were biscuits, doughnuts, pickles and sage cheese. Among the speakers of the evening were W. W. Husband, president of the association; Hon. Frank L. Greene, toast master; Col. Myron M. Parker, a promi nent lawyer in Washington, who re sponded to the toast '-(.reen Mountain Schools and Scholars"; and Gen. John C. Black, president of the oivil service com mission, who spoke on "Vermonters I Have Known." .imong some of the Vermonters who were in the city on business and pres ent upon invitation were Clarke C. Fitts . r .... i. i . i)..i.:.i.. .f of KrattleDoro, rraiiK ... iwnr. Maxwe 11 Kvarts of Windsor ana Hale K. IXarling of Chelsea. X. .1. MeCucn of ergennes. wno na f niimluir nf venM been chainnan of the committee on the sugar party, acted in that capacity aim among umrr mrm ir nf the committee were F. O. Knight of Ludlow, H. T. Offtcrdinger. a promi nent cigar manufacturer in amuugiuu, Mrs. Martha A. Miles and Miss Grace Ross, formerly of Rutland. Carrol G. and Proctor II. Page, sons of Mrs. K. G. Page of Hyde rarK ana raiidsoiis of Senator Carroll S. Page, are attending the National Cathedral School for Boys in Washington. Dannv Moelter, who at one time was .' e . i. r.. M ....1 liua. a member oi me m".,iuiinm... 1.-II oi., of the old Northern league, playing under the name of "Daniels," is now one oi vne uiom. (hhki-h' " a :., l.a A mi. ri. jin hviOTie. Ie has itIB 1 1 1 lur ........ - been doing wonders for the Washington team this vear. botn in me iieio ami a. bat. His batting average up to tins time is considerably over .400. WOULD BAIt WOMAN AS OFFICE HOLDER Let 'Em Stay at Home; Men Work," Writer Tells Lane. Need Washington, May 1. Announcement of the intention of Secretary Lane of the interior 'department to apjMiiiit -Mrs. Annie C. Rogers, a leading suffragist, to he receiver of the public land office at Leadviile, Col., localise he ltelievea "money can be handled more safely by women than bv men," brought the fol lowing letter from a New York man to the accretary: -This notice of your apTHtintin' nt of SufTrsgist Roger lias caused great ur prie and your remarks a!ut men. "The women you ki.ow may be of such a tape.a!- the'men; but m-t of us meet women who throw away a great dval f money on dry g'"ls and f"d hat wich a in'.led picture e.f them, and mg their husband for their hard earned wage until we men are fast going to the criminal class to get money for thar wive t squander. "Please u-e your in:inen-e m gne ra .nrL an l Kimm stay at home and keeri it for the comfort of hu-1 1 and 1 n.:i.na fht home will no broke p and th thibirrn tun w,I. iinnilt " , uan,,,. THOUSANDS WRITE THE P. M. G. Urging That Orders Be Is sued to Postmasters to Open Up Washington, May 1. The most vo luminous petition ever received by the uost office department was submitted yesterday, protesting against Sunday rlniiur of uost office to "the transient population of the I'nited States." The petition was so bulky mat u coum nu be lorwaruea iiiioiign me. iiunin nmi "- sent bv express. It was neatly lKiuiid and weighed iJlU pounds. Signatures, of tens of thousands of people in all walks of life, including thoe of the gov ernors of Michigan, Wyoming, Colorado, Minnesota, Maine, Ioiva, Delaware and New Hampshire were affixed. It wa urged by ttie petitioners, in uuiwt" tl... truiialunt nniiiilntiou of the United States commercial travellers, those en gaged in theatrical pursuits and others whose business interests make it com pulsory for them to travel, that special provisions be made by trie post omce ue- partmcnt for tne delivery ot man oit Sunday," and that an order be issued to all postmasters to continue the delivery of all mail on .Sunday, both to hotel and theatre and that all employees ot tli iinn office denartment be granted compensatory time off for any duty per- lorineu on nunuay. n win iii"! change in the law to do what the peti tioners ask. BURLESON WANTS SUPPLIES. He Asks for Bids on Various Articles for Post Office Department. Satchels in which to collect mail "rout ing" tables on which to assort their con tents and stools on which tirl mail clerks may drape themselves in dis tributing the daily grist that falls into their hands are wanted by the post of fice department. Postmaster General Burleson yesterday asked for sealed bids for furnishing these supplies. The speci fications are on file with the purchasing agent of the department and the bids must be in by May 27. Shepard and Bride Back from Europe. New York, May l.Finlay J. Shepard and his bride, who was Miss Helen Gould, returned yesterday from their eight weeks' honeymoon abroad.' Shep ard went directly to the offices of the Missouri Pacific railway, to assume hia new duties as manager. Mrs. Shepard went to her Fifth avenue home, but said she and her husband would probably soon go to the country estate near Tar ry town, where they were married. URne TO YOUTHFUL COLOR Why Have Grey or Faded Hair That Makes You Look Old Why lose your good looks that youth ful, natural colored hair always helps you to keep? There la absolutely no need for It. A few applications of Hay's Hair Health will restore your grey hairs to their natural color and beauty, almost immediately and it will look even more beautiful than ever your money back If It doesn't Get a bottle today prove it to your own sat isfaction. Always ask for Hay's Hair Health. Don't take chances with any others. Free: Sign this adv. and take it to the following druggists and get a 50c. bot tle or Hay's Hair Health and a 2ae. cake of Harfina Soap, for 50c; or 1 1.00 bottle or Hav's Hair Health and two 25c. cakes of Harflaa Soap Free, for II. RED CROSS PHARMACY Practical Painters use KYANIZE because it wears longet than other Tarnishes The Moit Durable Finish Made for all Floor aad Woodwork It dries over night with a hard, brilliant gloss that is easily kept clean. Stands the scuff and tread of heavy shoes, the dragging of furniture, playing of the children. Water does not hurt iu Good for all furniture and odd jobs about the home. 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