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THE BAH RE DAILY TIMES, BARttE, VT., SATURDAY, VY 3, 1913. We Save You Money, Time and Worry Thousands of New England people now take advantage of our Weekly Bargain Sales formerly enjoyed only by Bos ton people. ' A Two-cent Stamp and the Parcel Post will take and carry your order. Our highly efficient Parcel Post Department fills your order promptly and your pur chase is in your hands within 24 hours. ' Our advertisements in the Boston Sun day Papers accurately list these sales Send Us Your Order Sunday Address: PARCEL POST DEPT. Houghton & Dutton Co. "New England's Great Cash Store" Boston, Mass. GAVE $50 PUP TO UNKISSED WIFE. Davis Admits He Was a "Trifle Cold" on Return from. West. ; Chicago, May 3. Mrs. Marie Da via, t:nkissed wife of George Ado Davis, nephew of George Ade . and a former theatre manager, does not get' the di: voree she demanded on the ground of truelty and coldness on 'the "part of her husband, but she does get $70 a month Separate maintenance. This order was made by Judge Kava nagh, who said from the bench that the woman was not entitled to a divorce; tint could have a reparation, Mra. Davis expressed great disappointment and wept as she departed from the room. Judge Kavanagh not' only declared that the cruelty charge brought by Mrs. Davis against her husband was not eon- vimimrlv tirnved. although she had pre- nted a preponderance of evidence, but also ordered dismissed from the record the more serious charges which she had preferred against Davis. The decision eame after Mr, Davis had taken the stand and given his side of the trouble. He admitted that he had been a' trinVcold toward his wife, as he did not believe in kissing in public. "ft Is true," he added, "that I did not kiss and caress my wife on one occasion when' I returned on a trip from the east. To make up for this, however, I gave lr'a handsdme' $."() bull pup. which she appeared to greatly appreciate." - ' ' The Slow Waiter. 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Tn.. 12S.2 Mr. Naanan. 425-3 . . . . . . . . nasa n.nn. r. s Afniitnnecrrn sounded her llnal note of defiance to the powers yesterday when, according to a despatch from Ca'ttaro, Crown lVince Danilo, in the name of King Nicholas, ismied a proclamation announcing the annexation of Soutari to Montenegro. I ? l),.xnite the' eallillH of a council of war by Emperor Fran cis Joseph in Vienna yesterday in which .1.- n.t.l lliitwru rtu ,1 nrf.mii.rs urn rvurttiiuii auv. . ,.... r --- and the Austro-HuiigflriHn minuter of foreign affairs, war, national defense mid finance were to take part, the situa tion in regard to Scutari was calmer jes terdav than it has been since the tall of that eitv. While Au.'ilria, has gien every indication that she i prepared to move her forces in order to lrie King Nicholas out of Scutari, it was evident that the government at View would await the outcome of the eoulerence of the ambassador of the power in Lun don next Monday before taking action. The conference adjourned Thursday with out any definite results. foil frnrn Cettilli.". SIVIIItf that the Russian minister hail delivvritl to the Montenegrin foreign otl-.ee a strong . aHviuiniT the littl kiiicloin to give up S'ltitari and not defy all tu- rope, was rcgnraea as esp-ciunj ini i ;. In .,rtoin nimrtera it WHS feareti that King Nicholas waa banking on se eret assurances from Russia that tin powers wouM not be permitted to coerce him. - Pnnwla f rAni flirt hldirses of all ill European capitals yesterday showed mon hopeful tones, with normal condition prevailing everywnere out. in u-mu ii..a tr.t- 4im (-owimmtmti nf the Balkan Turkish peace negotiations in Lotwhy have done much to convince the publi that the powers anticipate no actuu warfare wun aionienegro. Tli. ";..,m,.p npwsnaners ' have thc: uRiml sensational reports including a' Nicholas told fiai on (iiesl, the Austrian minister, in personal audience, that ne was prepare to die for a Montenegrin Scutari. Tl,n V'innrm onrrounnndcnt of the liil Telegraph supports the view of Monti negro's determination. He nays all U acts of the Montenegrin authontica i .,ii in Rental-,; ran hp understood on' bv assuming that the government hi resolved to iwicl ine town agnui trnnnm anil tfl tn"' " :""' " writer believes the Scutari question has alreadv been merged into a more vatt Albanian question and the policy of lo calising the ifcsues involved is faat van itihimr before the irogres of grave events. He says: "While Italy has been endeavoring to ,ra,ia Mnntoneom. to abandon Scu tari and to induce the British govern ment to make what the French term an act of presence during the first stages of the Austro-Italian expedition against f;.,,. viohr! while Russia has been striving to reconcile Austria to the idea of compensation, or failing this, to post pone her military measures for an indefi nite time and tide, Albania and Monte negro have been moving irrespective oi the convenience of the European pow ers. ICE CREAM We'll save you labor and time and give you real pleasure besides, if you will just telephone us an order for Ice Cream Dessert this week-end. Vanilla, Straw berry, Coffee, Chocolate brick or bulk. Dairy L. B. DOdg Creamery 300 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont Telephone 33-W "WHITE PLAGUE" DEATHS LEAD AL1 Federal Statistics for 1911 Show 94,20 or 158.9 Per Thousand in United States. Washington. May 3. Tho "whit -,,;ii i-;,a a nrpater ilath tol in the United States than any other dis ease, according to mortality statistics made public yesteruay oy me bureau. In the so-called "registration area," embracing 20 odd states, tubercu losis in 1911 brought death to 04.20,. people a death rate of 15S.9 per thou sand. . Organic diseases of the heart were sec ond in the grim toll, claiming a death average of 140.9. The typhoid fever rate as 21. High death rate cities were: t..i w; TVnvor- 202 ner 1.0K; heart disease, Albany, 237.. j typhoid, Atlanta, 60. Tk. r. t. i)Mraspd in 1011. wie verage per 1,000 Wing 16.2. Calif onU iad the most suicides in me rejcisiranun rea. San Francisco leading the cities. -!! ,..lha tnnV R4 ner 1.000: Mon- ana leading the states in the accident nd murder list, ana jiempma, icnn., me ities. REMOVED TO HOSPITAL, (BlBHBBaaiEflBBaBBnMiH Ruv vnur Bread. Cakes. Ties, etc, here. Our products are distinguished for a high-grade quality that sets them in niches above ordinary bakeshop products. If you want satisfaction, this is where you will find it. Let us have your order. One trial will be convincing. THE TLACE THAT GREW FROM QUALITY I i 1 i i Mil. III i. r. if- lUttlt Mra. Pankhurst, Suffragette Leader, Es corted by Police. I.r.n.lnn a 3. Mrs. F.mmeline ranlc- hurst. the militant wiffraette leader, was yesterday, with the consent of the aut'xiritiea. removed from the house in which she lias b-n staying in Lond-m. to a nursing home at llockin, where she will remain tinder the "upcrvinion of the police. She traveled in a motor ambulance which waa followed by tal eab eonveying several Scotland Yard de tectives who were on duty to prevent Mra. Pankhurst attempting to flee the country. PETITION FOR EXECUTION. Women Aak for Speedy Execution of NejTO. Washington. May 3. The Diftrict of Columbia eourt of ap)l declined to m-eive a petition of l'"0 women a.king t!- pew It eet"tioii of apntenre on Na thaniel ("ren. negro who rrminally aMiilte,l a hne woman almot under thp ha.li of the capital dome. ' The murt held it could roR.ioer lw" ing out.1e the record of the case. The death wntin-e was held up on Inimi cal; tie. LIFE'S STRUGGLE WITH ILLNESS Mr. Stewart Tells How She Suffered from 16to45 years old How Finally Cured. Euphemla, Ohio. "Because of total Ignorance of how to care for myself when verging into womanhood, and from taking cold when going to school, I suf fered from a displacement, and each month I had severe pains and nausea which always meant a lay-off from work for twq to four days from tho time I was 16 years old. "I went to Kansas to live with my sis ter and while there a doctor told me of thfrPinkham remedies but I did not use them then as my faith in patent medi cines was limited. After my sister died I came home to Ohio to live Bnd that has been my home for the last 18 years. "The Change of Life came when I was 47 years old and about this time I saw my physical condition plainly described in one of your advertisements. Then I began using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and I cannot tell you or any one the relief it gave me in the first three months. It put me right where I need not lay off every month and during the last 18 years I have not paid out two dollars to a doctor.and have been blest with excellent health f or a wo womanof my age and I can thank Lydia E. Pinkham 's Vegetable Compound for it. " Since the Change of Life is over I have been a maternity nurse and beir? wholly self-supporting I cannot over estimate the value of good health. I have now earned a comfortable little home just by sewing and nursing since I wa9 62 years old. I have recommended the Compound to many with good re sults, as it is excellent to take before and after childbirth." Miss Evelyn Adeua Stewart, Euphemia, Ohio. If too want special adrice write to I.ydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held la strict confidence. BELGIUM STRIKE BOOSTED TWO MEN Each Haa Added to His Popularity and to His Prestige as a Socialist Leader. Brussels, May 3. Two men have come o the forefront of public attention as reMiH of the recent political strike in 'elgitim. each adding to his popularity ml his record a a suiwssful Socialist tader. They are men of widely diver ent characteristics, Emile Vamtervelde, 'ie gifted and brilliant intellectual, and iduard Anseele, the youthful enthusiast, nd each in his particular field contrib uted materially to the measurable prog ,'ss made in the past mouth toward tanhood suffrage in Belgium. Yandervelde, who has led the Social U of this country since the death of an Voider, is approaching his fiftieth rtliday. In his youth he studied law, it ri interest in social questions pre- -' -"' Me U pos-esied of high literary gifts, a wide knowledge, and is an able statesman. Of markedly pale complexion, slightly aquiline nose, and penetrating eyes, Vandervelde's face once seen is rare'lv forgotten. He was elected to the chamber of deputies in 181)4, and rapidly distinguished himself j by his eloquence and intellectual superi-; ority. As a speaker he is remarkable for his distinct utterance, the preciscness and clearness of his thought an the log ic of bis reasoning. He is a magnificent debater, never losing his temper, and keeping In head in the most dimeult situations. Vandervelde's reasons for belonging to the Socialist -party are rather those of the head than the "heart. Hia conviction are purely intellectual, lie is, and al ways has" been, a determined opponent j ,.n ivcciii, lriKe, wiucli lie ueueies : ill only delay the triumph of the cause . Socialism. Hut the majority of the irty having pronounced in favor of the 'rike, Vandervelde bowed to the- decis n and co-operated in the common work "t the best of his ability. The other Socialist leader. Edtiard An eele, founder of the "Vooniit" of Ghent, resents a striking contrast in every vay to Vandervelde. Of open and en aging countenance, possessed of a warm nd vibrant voice. Anseele charms all who come in contact with him. He is an xcellent speaker, using a wealth of :magery to convey his meaning, which he k9s Dvug to?e 25 to 50 discount on all advertised medicines. Note the Saving These Prices Mean to You Atwood's Bitters $0.25 Globe Pills -23 Castcria Syrup Figs .50 Father John's 1-00 Doan's Pills 50 Swamp-Root 1.00 Cuticura Soap 2a Garfield Tea 25 Reecham's Pills 2a Fellows' Syr. 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May we deliver some at your home?. 50 cents per quart. . - endttcK $ Telephone Number, 257-1 tug Sto?e, further enforces with vigorous gestures. Possessing no personal means, ho lives on bis deputy's salary of $81)0 a year and an income of $410, which he gets as a .;tr,r nt h 'Vooruit." He con tributes nearly half this amall revenue to the socialist cause. , t'nlike Vandervelde, Anteele is a working man and the ou of a working .., Tl., hi. Vnnun the world's rollL'h hand. His father was a shoemaker, but uan:n ci mcit I v tit five his aon some education, he labored with extreme self renunciation to this end. Young Ansecie wag employed in turn by an architect, a seedsman and a cloth merchant. One vrtn i n rr Via en ti.rod a. Socialist meeting and was so profoundly impressed by the picture or me misery ui me pi"v drawn bv the speaker, that he at once enrolled himself in the ranks of the "In ternational." The next day, having con tided his new political views to bis em ployer, he was summarily dismissed. Not daring to how himself to his father, he ran away to Antwerp, wnerc ne ui i,; u v tn l'iinbn Dnrinu six months he wandered about the British capital otten sleeping unucr me onuses. tried to enlist, 'tout was rejected on ac count of his lack of inches. Eventually the voung man returned to Ghent, where he became a printer. In association with others he organized a co-operative bakery. This was tho be ginning of the "Vooruit," now famous throughout Belgium. Vooruit is a Flem ish word meaning "forward." and it ha become the rallying cry of the Socialists of Ghent. The organization, which at the end of its first year counted only -.Alt n.Atiiltar. nnv lia n'fr 10.01K1. and it owns warehouses and other buildings vaiueu at nearly i.""". PROMISES TO INVESTIGATE. Transportation of Telephone Girls From One State to Another. Washington, May 3. Secretary Wil son promised representatives of organ ized labor yesterday to investigate the transportation of telephone girl from one state to another as strikebreakers in the recent threatened Boston telephone strike. The failure of Congress to make an appropriation for the department of la bor prevents an investigation immedi ately. . V LU ' I and How to Reach a Green Old Age Keep the bowels regular and liver active by eyatematlc use of Schenck'a Mandrake rilla, and you will escape all serious Illness. They cure stomach and liver disorder -dyspepsia, Indigestion, sick headaches, ma laria, heartburn, jaundice, flatulence. VmtA and proTed 70 yenra. Wliolly vegetable absolutely harmless piain or sugar i 25c a box. Sold everywhere, seou ior me free book and diagnose your own case. Dr. J. H. SCHENCK & SON, Phila., Pa. KEEP BABYS SKIN CLEAR With CUTICURA SOAP Allfctimecf disfigurement andsuffer-. ing often results from the neglect, in infancj'orchildhood, of simpleskin af fections. In the prev ention and treat ment of minor eruptions and in the tromotion of permanent skinandhair calth, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are absolutely unnvaiea. A Skin of Beauty la a Joy Forever. DR. T. FsjIIx Oouraiud's Oriental Cream or Magioal Beautlfler. BemoTM Ttn, Plmp!, tneklM. M"ia ritliei, Bli, and t-km Piirwra, ana Trr oiciuimi od bautf. andil tes ilttectlnn. It hatttooa lh tt ot 63 rum and 1 to narni leu a t taitlt tobciurett ll pronfrlr aivia. Accept no oouDttr frit of lioiUar carat. Dr. L. A. Savrt aald to a lar of tht haul ton patitot' I "Ai yoa la! let Will DM tli-Dl, I nejEini end 'Dnnrmiil'l frtcm' ae tilt !eet narmrui i ' rra.n." T aalt by all tnuf JjT Oouda tCatert in the VJmuU ataita, Canada ana Europe. FER0.T.H0PKIIS 4 SOX, Pripi.37 6rL Jtnet St.KT.C 9 J ar-Uw A STRENUOUS CAMPAIGN is being carried on by the C1GARMAKERS' UXIOX against the TOBACCO TRUST, in order to drive their Child-Labor Cigars out of the market. If ever the Trust gaina control, the smokers will be compelled to take anything the Trust givxs them, at any price they wish to charge-the saine as coal, beef, oil, etc. A Union-Made Cigar means highest quality in material, workmanship and cleanliness of manufacture. For vour own protection and the protection of a Xew England in rl.idtrv whose operatives earn and spend millions of dollars annually right here at home. SELECT YOUR CIGARS FROM BOXES BEARING THE C1GARMAKERS' BLUE LABEL, THIS UNION' LABEL IS BOOMING NEW ENGLAND. J tEicjfcl M- IrasmsUantl Uaoa-al Aaxnu 73 ., ;,.. hi mmm iiiiwine rl UKK)KliTsI IX BLUE ON EVERY laWaV 5 TBaar H BOX OF CIGARS B1 f aaaMli mmt " ta. SkwiajluASa i-.tarai aanf lw r- aw. m m m m k-'-ei a ll icy COA Sounds good, don't it? We can furnish you free burning Stove and Furnace Coal, per ton, for Wait for prices, on Standard Anthracite Coal, which will be made very soon. Don't let the price get your order. Quality Counts. 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