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That Tired Feeling
That comes to yon every srring is a sign that your blood is wanting in
vitality, just as pimples and other eruptions are signs that it is impure.
Do not delay treatment, but begin at once to take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which accomplishes its wonderful results, not simply because it contains
sarsaparilla, but because it combines the great curative principles of matiy
roots, barks, herbs and other valuable ingredients.
There is no real substitute; insist on having
Hood's Sarsaparilla
The Medicine that makes people feel
better, look, eat and sleep better; the
remedy for stomach, kidney and liver
affeotlons, rheumatism, catarrh,
scrofula, skin diseases, boils, debility,
and other Ills arising; from impure or
Impoverished blood.
HE THROWS HIMSELF
IN FRONT OF TRAIN
Woburn Boy Dies Before Ambulance Ar-
. rives Leaves a Farewell
J V Note.
I Woburn, Mass., May 3. Austin Cravo.
10 years old, of 578 Main street. thrw
t.:...if ; front of an outward bound
train at
12:20 noon yestcr-
?: dav. about 300 feet south
of the Central
... ' .:,... Hi li'ft loir was sev
' ered above the knee and his skull frae
'tured. He died before the arrival of the
' ambulance. ,
In the voting man's pocket was found
a. letter in which he bad good-bye to
.his parents, but gave no reason for the
net. An attack of melancholia is be
lieved to have been responsible, since
Cravo had been in poor health, and had
been moodv for some time past. He is
the son of' Mr. and Mrs. Cravo of Main
street, and was engaged with his father
in the fruit business.
'$30,000,000 BOY" PLANS GAY LIFE.
To Drain Cup of Happiness, but "No One
Is Going to Be Shocked."
vrU Aiiiv 3. "I am uoina to
drink every drop in the cup of happiness
w lif.. can offer me, but no one is
llltlli HV ,- '
. . . , j 1 ...I.... T A. rtr linw
coiner to oe snociveu oy hi, i . ......
I do it," says William Ziegler, jr. The
"thirty-million-dollar boy" recently at
tained his majority, and came into the
net income of the immense fortune left
him by his foster-father, the baking
powder magnate.
"I wish to deny the statement that I
intend building a $115,000 garage and a
S5.000 chicken brooder on my estate at
Great Island, near Noroton, Conn.," he
continued. "I never heard of such a plan
until I read it in the papers.
"There has been a garage on the estate
St Great Island for years, and my four
ears arc now there. I have planned to
build a larger stable for the horses, but
that is ail." ,
When pressed for details he referred
hi interviewer to his hecretary, Mr.
Carpenter, who said:
"Mr. Ziegler now owns four cars, and
be is having another built that will he
the finest in the world and cont $30,000.
' His yacht, which is being built in Bos
ton, will be finished in June, but there
.have been no plans made as yet for a
cruise around the world.
"Mr. Ziegler has made no plans to
build a new home. He has leased the
premises at 11 East Fifty-first street for
his town house. Mr. Ziegler works harder
than we do and comes to this office, 527
Fifth avenue, every day when in the city
' end directs the work for all of us. He
considers himself the happiest man alive,
,with the loveliest and 'best wife on
earth."
$32,750 FOR LOVE LETTERS.'
Browning Epistles Are Bought by a New
York Dealer at London Sale.
London, May 3. A packet Of upwards
of five hnndred love letters of Robert
and Elizabeth Browning was bought at
auction yesterdav for $32,750 by a New
York dealer. The bidding started at
$3,000 and rose rapidly by "bids of $250
each,
$100 Reward, $100
Th reader, of thU paper will be pleaaed
to learn that there u at least one dreaded
dieeue that ecience hk been able to cure
In all ita etagee, and that ia catarrh. Halle
Catarrh Cure ia the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh,
beintr a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatmen. Hall', Catarrh Cure is
tken internally, actin directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system,
disease and living the pateint strength by
building- up the constitution and assisting;
nature In doing- Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in ita curative powers
that they offer one hundred dollars for any
tase that it fails to cure. Send for ilst
of testimonials.
Address V. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all drumrists, 75c.
' Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
mama
1 Your Doctor Writes the
Prescription
we will do the rest. When you
get the best medical advice, the
, medicine will do you no good if
it ia not of the best quality and
properly compounded.
Our Drugs and Remedies are
the best and we put them to
gether right.
D.F.DAVIS, "The druggist9
262 No. Main St Darre, Vt.
output ow JjiKUOU wrekl
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Urrt seair? Irsnd of
the world, factory, Manchester, N. U.
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"I felt tired all the time and could
not sleep nights. After taking Hood
Sarsaparilla a little while I could sleep
well and the tired feeling; had gone.
This great medicine has alsocuretf me
of scrofula." Mrs. C. M. Boot, Bo;i 25,
Gllead, Conn.
YANKEE CAPTAIN'S
PHANTOM CRUISER
Greek Journal Says Turkey Paid "Book-
man," an American, $75,000 for
.His Work.
Paris, May 3. That the commander tf
the Turkish cruiser Hamidieh, the
4k, 1... lidruftand till.
I rnanium snip, mm
Halkan allies go reienuessijr,
American named tsooKmaii, was wie
sertion mado yesterday hy Le Messager
d'-tithenes, a Greek newspaper published
here. ' ( .
The journal said Turkey paid the al
leged American $75,000 for his work. It
added: '
"European opinion refuses to believe
that there is a single Turkish officer
capable of navigating a warship the way
the Hamidieh has been navigated."
Bookman, the article said, also worked
for Turkey during the war with Italy
and ran the blockade 24 times, carrying
contraband supplies.
IT'S THEIR RIGHT.
Employes May Insist on Recognition of
Labor Unions.
Boston, May 3.That striking opera
tives have the right to insist that em
ployers shall recognize labor unions in
negotiations for a settlement was de
cision rendered yesterday by Judge 'Lor
ing in the ' equity session of the su
preme court.
The decision was made in the case of
John Cornellier against the Haverhill
Shoe Manufacturers' association.
TO HEAR WILSON
PLAN FOR PEACE
David Starr Jordan, President of Leland
University, May Outline Program
at St. Louis.
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St. Louis, May 3. An unofficial state
ment of 'President Wilson, policy con-
cerning international peace is expected
to be delivered to tne louria Amer.u
v.. r. uid Sfarr .rornan. 1
president of Leland Stanford university,
who arrived in St. Louis yesterday.
William J. Bryan, secretary of state
who is in California, was to have out
lined the administration's policy Satur
day Bryan, who was prevented "M-
ing the congress, is believed to have sent
a message to the congress by joraan.
Andrew Carnegie continued yesterday
to he the central figure at the congress.
He had recovered from the fatigue he
suffered as a result of speaking Thurs
day and was on the platform busily en
gaged taking notes of speeches.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Results of Yesterday's Games.
At Brooklyn Boston 4, Brook
lyn 1. Batteries Tyler and Whal
ing; Allen and Miller.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia 4,
' New York 3. Batteries) Seaton,
Chalmers and Killifer; Demaree,
Crandall, Marquard and Meyers.
At Pittsburg Pittsburg 5, St.
Louis 4. Batteries Hendrix and
KeHey; Griner and Wfingo.
At Chicago Chicago 4, Cincin
nati 1. Hatteries Cheney and
Archer; Smith, Harter and Clarke.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago ..... 13 5 .722
Philadelphia 7 4 .636
New York .571
Brooklyn 8 7 .533
St. Louis ........ 9 8 29
Pittsburg 0 8 .529
Boston 4 10 .2S0
Cincinnati 3 13 .188
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Results of Yesterday's Games.
' At Boston Washington 5, Bos
ton 4. Batteries Groome and
Henry; Leonard, Hall and Cady.
At New York Philadelphia 6,
New York 5. Batteries Houck,
Bush, Pennock, Bender and Thom
as; j'ord, Fisher and Sweeney.
At St. Iu is Cleveland , St.
Louis 2. Batteries Blanding and
Land: Stone, Mitchell, Agnew and
McAllister.
At Detroit Chicago 2, Detroit
I. Batteries Seott and Easterly;
Willette and Stanage.
Standing of the Gubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Philadelphia 11 3 ."M
Cleveland 12 5 .706
Wah ington ft 4 .612
Chicago 12 8 .6(10
Roston 7 .438
St. Whs 8 U .421
Detroit 5 13 .278
New York 2 13 .133
An Appeal to Wives
You know the terrible affliction that
come to many homes from the result of
drinkinc husband or son. i on know
of the money wasted on "drink' that is
nwded in the home to purchase food
and clothing- ORR1NE has saved thou
sands of drinking men. It is a home
treatment and can be given secretly.
Your money will be refunded if, after
'a trial, it has laiieo to oenent. tosts an-r-r - -- - - -
i only Sl.OO box. Come in and jet a free the trial of John N. Anhut. the attor
ik'kl,t n,l let us tell rmi of the pood ney recently indicted far britury in eon-
trial, it has failed to benefit. Costs
ti.txict - . j
l. lar iHfi'nr.lr. is uma-
i ai I Fed Crr Pharmacy, 100 North Main
treet.-AdvL
BARHE
TARIFF TALK
LOSES ENERGY
As Hope of Making Changes
in Bill in House '
Fade
COTTON SCHEDULE
STANDS AS MADE
Minority Leader Mann in a
Rage at Charge of Thom
as He Is Bewhiskered
Washington, May 3.-The Democratic
majority went ahead with the tariff re
vision again yesterday in the House
without a serious hitch. Innumerable
amendments which were received from
the minority were voted down.
The Pacific coast growers waged an
unsuccessful fight against cutting the
tariff on lemons, figs and the raisin or
dried grapes. Efforts to bring about an
increased proposed duty on peanuts
peanuts failed.
The schedule covering spirits, wines
and other beverages went through with
out dissent. There was consuicrao e
fighting -by representatives or tne texuic
district when the cotton schedule
reached a split in the Republican minor-
ity
h Lrirrvi
oned the offering of a stibstuuie e n
tioneu me ouennit v -
..kji. . -videneed durinsr the
;.irmn in totton tariff. Before
the night session was well under way,
ik. romrta imted down nearly a score
of the Republican amendments and dis
posed of tne cotton acneuuic.
Addressing Republican Leader Mann of
.. .L. tt-1 I. .,1, .... l nnnt Tram
niinni." l.hpllin the Proaressive party
a "patent medicine advertisement,' and
saluting Representative rordney ot
"Michigan as the "liairleM wonaer n..i
"ichigan," Representative Thomas of
Kentucky, Democrat, fairly ran amuck
in ah indiatrtmina te verbal assault dur
ing the House tariff debate yesterday
afternoon.
I just want to tell the bewhisKereci
franf frnm Illinois that these are Ml
AnmvnnA rlava U'ilPTl we are shearing the
ftA"jlATta M to ,taVed-"
HTli. ..on, l..man from 'Hindi! lltl
taken up volumes in the Congressional
Record in mixed metaphor and vapid
nothings. I'll bet he has cost the gov
ernment S10.000.000 since he has been
rattling around here."
Langley, a Republican from Ken-
' . e "
"I move this moonsnme oenaie cwe.
- , t, nUeman jlas moon
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shine on the brain and keep replenish
ing the supply," Thomas retorted.
"There's the gentleman from Kansas,"
he continued, "who sports the sunset
Wit. ami ha onen rroeressive caucuses
snd vet, two days before their open cau-
. t 1. v .
Md a about his gelpC
t . , Mndi(late for gpf.aU
wonrie', hnw h did it? It look
funny."
"The gentleman addresses himself to
the hair on my face and the hair on the
gentleman from Kansas' hear," retorted
Mann, white with rage. "He says I am
bewhiskered, I am, but, sir, I am not be
whiskeyed." The House, laughing until this mo
ment, was suddenly silenced.
"What's that!" cried Thomas, half
rising from his seat.
The chairman rapped for order, and
the incident was closed, when Thomas'
friends crowded about him.
PROF. TAFT ON POLITICS.
Does Not Believe New School of Thinkers
Will Last.
New Haven, May 3. Professor Wil
liam Howard Taft yesterday delivered
the first of a series of lectures before
the Yale students on the questions of
modern government. He declared among
other things that he didn't believe that
the new school ol political tnuikers
which has sprung up during the last dec
ade would permanently last.
TT oIoa atnted that the new School
attacked the wisdom of our fathers and
rejected the fundamental principles of
our Democratic form of government as
embodied in the constitution.
RESIGNS AS
T r,nmrrt rvn rrTrri 'ome doctor, rnce ow ana en., v.uar
COLLECTOR OF PORT Unteed by the Red Cross Pharmacy.-
Edwin U. Curtis Gives Up $8,000 Job in
the Boston Customs .
house.
Waahincrton. Mir 3. Kdwin V. Curtis
has resigned as collector of customs at
Boston.
In the aosence of Secretary McAdoo
officials decline to make public the rea
sons for his retirement. J lis salary was
18,1)00.
PROTESTS FROM SPECIAL INTEREST
Opposition to tariff Redaction Does Not
Come from People.
Jersey City, X. J.. May 3. In a speech
here laat night, President Wilson in-
terpUd the flg;ht waged by aenemMymen
against the proposed jury and reform
and constitutional revii-e of same as a
nart of a atruacle airainat the American
people who had obtained the thought
ht rh Democratic party atood for
equal jintice and not one of rpnial priv-
lege. He indicated oy nia peex-n mev
tl, nrniMli voiced airaint the tariff
were thoe of the special interest and
not of the maaes.
HOTTEST DAY IN a J YEARS.
Mercury up to 17 ia New York Yester
day.
York. Mar S. YeterdaT was the
hottest May 2 in the hiotory of the local
weather bureau. The mercury ent to
87 and the flrt Heat prostration ot
the year as recorded.
Harry Thaw te Testify.
New York, May 3. Harry K. Thaw
: - i . 14 , A witnMi in
n silk iK. an.A,l fil.it tO cat)
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th release of th iayer Of MaBford
White from the Mtteaaa asylum.
DAILY TIMES, HA11RE, VT., SATURDAY, MAY 3,
If Mothers Only Knew !
Nineteen-twentieth of the sickness of
children have two cause constipation
and wormsl
The danger of conttipatlon is under
stood, but there are 50 different kind of
worm that may exist in the itomach and
bowel, and children are especially apt to
have them. Usually atomachand pin worm.
Signs of worm arei Indigestion, with
a variable appetite) abnormal craving for
sweets j nausea and vomiting) wollen upper
li pi our tongue; offensive breath; hard and
full belly with occaional griping and
pain about the navel; face at on tim
flushed, then pale and In a few cases th
face take on a dull leaden hue; eye
heavy and dull, twitching eyelid; itching
of the nose; Itching of the rectum; short,
dry cough; grinding of the teeth; little
red points sticking out on tongue; darting
during tlee p; slow fever; pulse quickened
and irregular; body may be hot; and
often, in children, convulsion.
Rid the child of worm and you will
have a healthy, happy child.
NOTE Dr. True' own ' prescription,
old under the name of Dr. True' Elixir,
i the best remedy in the world for worm.
1 1 destroy ail worm life, expel worm from
the body and makes thechild healthy again.
All dealer, 35c, 50c and $1.00.
TWENTY-FIVE DROWN
IN RIVER WRECK
A Steamboat Sinks In the Mississippi
River After a Pier
Collision.
Natchez, Miss., May 3. Twenty-five
persons were drowned yesterday morn
ing, when the steamboat Concorda, run
ning out of the Tensas river into the
swollen waters of the Mississippi, dashed
into a bridge pier.
The vessels side wss KnocKea away
side
o nrl if sunk in riirht minutes. Patrick
rsrcisreio s
. .w. r n.oro deck-
drowned.
hands.
A relief train was rushed from here
with physicians aboard .to attend the
injured.
JAPANESE YOUTH FIERY.
May "Become TJnrestrainable," They Say
jn Resolu
Resolution.
Tokio. May 3. "Japan may become
unrestrainable if the state of California
fails to modify its alien law-attitude,"
was a part of the resolution adopted yes
terday at a mass meeting in Young
Mn's hall.
The meeting was called to consider
the California ouestion, and thousands of
young Japanese, attended. Fiery speeches
were made by a dozen or more men, one
of whom declared amid cheering trial
"Japan's irritation is growing.'
The mass meeting has no official stand
ing and was not attended by anyone of
official standing. The resolution was not
ut to the government, and the
Conservative newspapers paid little at
tention to it.
HOW THE EXPORT TRADE GROWS.
American Manufacturer Sends Lawn
Mower to Land of No Lawns.
Washington, May 3. What is a lawn-
mower without a lawn t that is what
the citizen of Callao, Peru want to
Thev have vi
have viewed with great
curiosity a sample mower sent down
there by an American manufacturer to
t,.mnt the trade. In view of the fact
that there are no lawns in Peru folks
there have had a treat.
Consul L. (S. Dreyfus reports that it
has been suggested to him that the man
ufacturer might send down more of
them to be sold as curiosities in the
novel! v stores. '
KILLS SELF IN LOBBY.
Assistant Manager a Suicide in Boston
Theatre.
iwtnn. Mar 3. While natrons were
streaming into the Boston theatre last
nicht, William H. Lathrop, assistant
manager, killed minsett oy snooiing. .
cause Is unknown. He was tnirty-uve
years old and unmarried.
Best Medicine for Colds
At'lion a ilrnriist recommends a rem
edy for colds, throat and lung troubles,
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you can leel sure mar. ne aiio wuav
he is talking about. C. Lower, druggist,
of Marion. Ohio, writ of Dr. King
New Discovery: "I know Dr. King's
New Discovery is the best throat and
luntr medicine I sell. It cured my wife of
i aevere bronchial cold after all other
remedies failed." It will do the same
for you if you are suffering with a cold
or any bronchial, tliroat or lung cougn.
Keep a bottle on hand ail the time tor
everyone in the family to use. it is a
Advt.
THREATS ALLEGED.
To Hold Back the Development
of
Alaska.
Washington. May 3. As a result of
testimony before the Senate territories
committee yeterday, representatives of
the Morgan and Guggenheim interest in
Alaska will be aked what they know
of alleged threat to retard the develop
ment of the territory.
J. E. Ballanane of Seattle, before the
committee. yeterdav, declared George
V. Perkins had told him several years
alio thst the Morgan interest never
would permit the development of Alas
kan railway until coal claim there
were ohtain'd under government patent.
People Grow
Thin and Weak
because new tissue is not
made as fast as it is used.
The ingredients of Fa
ther Johns Medicine are
the same kind of food
and nourishment that
blood and tissue are
made of.
That is why it rebuilds
wasted tissue for those
who are weak and run1
Jnu,n
WILL NOT
ARBITRATE
Conductors and Trainmen
Decline to Refer Their
Demands
TO VOTE ON
STRIKE ORDER
If a Strike Is Voted, Over
100,000 Will Go
Out
New York, May 3. Tli strike note
was sounded to over a hundred thousand
conductors and railroad trainmen in the
eastern territory when orders to be ready
to go out were sent out by the men's
representatives who have been in con
ference with the railroad managers over
the demand for increase in wages.
The roads Thursday denied the de
mands of the men. Yesterday they re
fused the proposition submitted to them
that they place the dispute in the hands
of a board of arbitration.
A meeting of the men's committee
speedily followed. It was unanimously
decided" to order poll of the men to
determine whether the power to call a
strike should be put in the hands of the
leaders.
KILL PRIZE FIGHT BILL.
Would Make Promotion of Fight a
Felony.
Sacramento, May 3. The proposed an-ti-prize
fight bill, making the promotion
of a prize fight in this state a felony
and attendance at one a misdemeanor,
tvK defeated bv a vote of 38 to 24 in
the lower bouse Thursday night.
Story Not Believed.
Augusta, Me., May 3. "I do not be-
liovn one wod of Dillon i. Dunbar s
statement in regard to the imirder of
Mattie Hackett," said fhenn Mirny
Getchftll yesterday upon his return from
New York. The county will take no ac
tion. Twenty Thousand Strike.
rMtAifl M-jv a. Twenty thousand coal
niinem yesterday laid down their tools
at various pits in South Wales as a
nrotent atrainut the employment of non-
unionist workmen in the mines.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen's Foot-Eaw, th antiseptic powder. It
relieve painful, martinc. Under, nervous
feet, and inetantly takes the stin out of corn
nd b.inion.. It'e the ffreateat comfort dUcov.
try of the atre. Allen's Koot-Ewe make tight
or new ahoea feel eaejr. It ! a eertain relief
for watting-, callous, swollen, tirea. acoing
. . I i. a kM.b In nam iImm
Tn; it d.y. Sold j2
accept any tuhetitiite. For FREE trial pack
age addree Allen S. Ulmatea. nor, i.
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PEA, per ton -
Jeddo
We sell Otto Coke, a good sum
mer fuel.
Coal mined in Murray, Pa., $6.75
per ton, $6.00 per ton on the
car in carload lots.
D. M. Miles Coal Co.
122 North Main Street,
Telephone, Office 133, Yard 417-31
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For
Summer Traveling
You'll need something
in the way of luggage
if you expect to do
much going about this
summer.
A new Bag or Suit Case will
make your outing more enjoy
able and make your baggage in
keeping with your clothes.
You can find most every
thing here in
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases
and the prices will be just right.
Moore & Owens,
BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS
122 No. Main St., Barre, Vt.
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ELS BLOW UP TRAIN
Men, Women and Children Die in This
Latest Mexican
Horror.
Mexico City, May 3. According t re
ports reaching here yesterday, forty-five
passengers, including nine women and
three children, were killed Thursday
when Zapata forces dynamited a train
on the Inter-Oceanic railroad, ten miles
from I Cascade. Following the explo
sion the rebels attacked the passengers
snd slaughtered them. "I will take the
field myself at the proper . time," said
President Huerta, when informed of the
massacre.
Pri
Coal!
the Bin Now
per ton
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Lehigh Coal 60c
higher.
nuimmmn
Telephone bi?-W
Freed, Only to 'be Rearrested.
Providence, K. I., May 3.Freed by
the supreme court on a writ of habeas
corpus, Henry Deslovers, indicted for the
murder of Mrs. Angelo Parmentier, was
rearrested on a 'varrant alleging a statu
tory offense.
IWlnvprn una firaf arrested followinZ
the finding of the headless body of a
woman in the Blackstone river.
He has been in jail sines June 30.
Wherever there is Pain
apply an
PLASTER
The World's Greatest Internal Romady.
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