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THE BARIiK DAILY TIMES. BARRE,
VT., FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1013. a? What is theSingleDamper? V V m, f 11 -n ft have a patented damper which by one motion regulates fire and oven, better than two dampers can. Push the knob to "Kindle", Bake' or "Check" the range does the rest. This Single Damper is the greatest improvement ever made in stoves. All other ranges have. 1' two or more dampers. The Two Hods in the base the i Ash Hod instead of the old clumsy ash' pan with Coal Hod beside it is another patented Crawford improve ment. Both hods free. , Gas ovens if desired; end single or elevated double. III I wfeViH ' I r tr ... I fSaL- jy Walker & Pratt Mfg. Co., Makers, Boston J 1 i n i rarmers For Sale By W. AVERILL & Barrc Agents. RED CEDAR FLAKES A sure protec tion against moths. Pound package 15c 2 for 25c RUSSELL'S The RED CROSS PHARMACY Soak your pota toes in . Formalde hyde. One pint makes 30 gallons of solution, which will kill all fungus growths. 35c per pint The Original Cut Price Store Candy Specials Friday and Satur day Specials Two 15c boxes Liggett's Chocolates 23c J5 Dainty Dutch Delights" Fruit Cream Bitter Sweets i-lb. box .......... ..35c 1-lb. box 65c At Our Soda Fountain We have Chocolate and Vanilla Ice Cream. Try our "Bradley Martin' a new Egg Shake. . Kodaks and Brownie Cameras Buy them now and learn how to take good pictures before vacation time' $1 to $65 We develop and finish your Films. Satisfaction guaranteed. Larkspur Lotien For all head vermin 25c Water Glass For preserving eggs. 20c per qt., 60c per gallon We Cut the Prices. Cigars for Saturday 5 Large Schuberts . 7 W, & B. Latest . . 5 Brod Vana 6 La Preferencia . . . . . . ; 25c 25c 25c 25c 7 Little Schuberts 7 Pinoins 5 Cedulas ........ 4 7-20-4's 25c 25c 25c 25c PATENT MEDICINES Note the Savin These Prices Mean to You FELLOWS' SYR. HYPOrROS. HOOD'S SARSAl'ARILI.A ATWOOD'S HITTERS fiLOr.E FILLS CASTOR! A SYRCP FUJS FATHER dOIIX'S lOI.F.YS KIDNEY REM MIOLT'S RHEUMATIC IHiAX'S PILLS ;AKK!EI.1 TEA r.EKrn am'p pills SCOTT'S EMl'I-MOX M ELLEN'S FCOD HnRLICK MALTF.D MILK . MII.K SI GAS, MERCK'S l FRi'XA TI TTLE'S ELIXIR WILLI JAMS HXK TILLS ... LYDtA'PlNKTlAMS AVERS PILLS nAXIERIXS MUNYONS FAW TAW LISTERIXE Kej. ITIce Oar friee 1 OS 69 .17 ir, .23 .39 71 .65 69 .39 .17 17 9 .59 75 mi.oo ...11.00 09 . . . JW 19 . . . .50 .39 ...fl.00 S071 ... JZi .19 ... .SO .41 ... 1.00 .65 ... .25 .19 1.50 l.(H) . .23 , 5 . .3" . .60 .fl.00 . 1.00 . 1.00 . - . .2. . 2 . l.ni . .73 . l.oo t for SWAMP-ROOT RAPE'S COLD COMPOUND Cl'TICCRA SOAP DIAPEPSIN PARISIAN SAGE KODOI SLOAN'S LINIMENT HEKPICIDE SAL HEPATICA MINARDS LINIMENT PIXEX D. D. D. REMEDY LIVER SALTS 100 CASCARA TABLETS. gT. 3 OUNCES CASCARA LIQUID 100 BLAUDS IRON TILLS ... BAY RUM BOTTLE WITCH IIA7KU PINT WOOD ALCOHOL PI XT HARTSHORN' S COffiH SYRUP SEIDLITZ POWDERS M HEXCKS PILLS fiETS-lT EFF. SODIUM PHOSPHATE .. Hc Fries Oor Prlr 1.0 .69 23 .19 .2.1 .20 SO .3f. 50 .39 1.00 .69 23 .19 1.00 .69 .23 .21 .23 .17 50 419 1.00 .69 .73 .SO 25 .25 25 415 .- 17 .20 .15 .23 .19 .2.-1 .19 . .23 .19 . 3 .19 , 1.00 -S5 Shop ft Barre's Biggest, Busiest and Best Drug Store RnsselFs NEW RAILROAD INQUIRY NOW The Department of Justice Is to Start Immediately ON ALLEGED N. E. MO NOPOLY AGREEMENT VljShoePalishes FINEST QUALITY IAHOMT VAUUTY "ALBO" clnni and whiten canvas nd leather thoei. la round white cakei packed in line bo. with eponire, 10 eta. In handaome, large al uniinumhoie,with apouge, 25c Competition Suppressed, Is the Claim MadeSpe cial Attorney Washineton. Mav 9. Attorney Oen- cral McRoynokU will ftooii bftgiu a broad investigation of the Sew England rail road and steamship isitiiation with par ticular reference to the New Haven sys tem. Wfthin a few daya he expe-U to announce tha appointment oi a pecii assistant to take charge of the inquiry, which will deal with conditions from the viewpoint of the Sherman anti-trust law. ' President Mcllen of the New Haven and President Cliamberlin and Chairman Smithers of the Grand Trunk railroad of Canada are already under indictment in New Yrk ou cfeaTBes of conspiracy to restrain trade bv alleged aj?reement of the two roads. The broader inquiry of the department" of justice will reach be yond those charges with the purpose of ascertaining whether a monopoly baa been attempted or accomplished in New England through the suppression of competition. Tim fnurimnnv tukpn liv the Interstate Commerce commission regarding the sit uation and the res-ulta of the investiga tion bv the federal grand jury which indicted Mellen, Chamberlin and Smith ers, will be studied by the department in connection with the new inquiry. INSURANCE COMPANIES ACT. Ask Missouri Court to Qoash Proceed ings Begun by the State. Jefferson City, Mo., May 9. Attorneys for the fire Insurance companies that have ceased writing business in this state owing to the anti trust insurance law, yesterday tiled in the supreme court de innrrvra tiv the nun waranto Dfoceed- lings instituted by Attorney (teneraj Bar ker, claiming that tne iniornwiion uoeu not set forth a cause of action. The case will be set for hearing in a few davs. Thomas Kates of Chicago and Fred erick X. Judson. representing certain in surance companies, and former Governor Folk of Missouri, representing pi. juonia business organizations, conferred with Attorney (ieneral Barker yesterday. It was intimated that the conference may result in an adjustment of the insurance situation. iiCTID" combination for cleauinr and pot ' dlAn iahina- all kinds of russet or taa shoes. IOC. Dandy" size, 25c. i i r 1 1 T C n R C t h on I t larties shoe dress In t "UlLI LUUt iht positively contains OIL. Slacks and PoU'hes ladies' and children's boots ?nd Shoes. hlM without rubbing, 24c. "yrenca Gloss." 10c UBIBV ri ITC" combination for arentlemen "DAD! tUIIC who take pride in having Iheir shoes look Al. Restores color and lustre to all black shoes. Polish with a brush or cloth, 10 cents. "Elite" siia, 24 cents. "QUICKWHITE" .Uonrtlcy" e.. ftnd whitens dirty canvas shocS.lOc. and 25c a .A kMh kind von Wsint.awad u the prtea In UnW tor fall tt psekaga. cUrs a. WHITTCMORC BROS. A CO., tO-2 Albany Slrwt, Cambridoo, Maaa. Tkt CM" I t tJtrtest Manufacturtrt Of Shot Polisktt i tkt World. TARIFF BILL IN SENATE Passed House Yesterday by a Vote of 281 to 139 TWO REPUBLICANS VOTE FOR IT Four Democrats, All of Lou isiana, Vote Against the Measure LOVE OF BOYHOOD REFLECTED IN WILL Jamei CareW Russell, Millionaire Bach- elor, Enriches Three Children of His Old Sweetheart; New York. May - 9. A romance of years past was revealed here yesterday following the filing of the will of James Carew Russell, wealthy head of the eof fce brokerage house of Williams, Rus sell & company, which bequeathed $2;"v (WO to each of the three children of Mrs. James If. Welles of Norwich, Conn. ,The children are Philip T. Welles, now 30 years old; Russell and Winifred Welles. Russell was bachelor, but not even his most intimate friends knew the story of his disappointment in early life and the love that he still held for his Doy hootl sweetheart, who was Mary Wit, only daughter of Congressman John Tur ner Wait, and a niece of Chief justice Wit of the United State supreme court. When Russell came to New York to seek his fortune, Miss Wait wotit to Washington with her father, v,... .1,0 mf John Howard Welles rriid n 1881. In IWi Welles died and many friends 01 me family believed that the romance of the ....niid. muilit hit revived. Russell was a frequent visitor to the home of the widow. His aneciion ior thp dauchter. Winifred, who bore a strik- : ...t,)o ..to in tier mother, was r.t,i in will special Drovi- ill.l.CU, - I sions were made for the handling of the money left to her. " ... ..' , , ; 1 . ..n.ra in Mrs. we es iniorininE ' ' that her children had been provided for in his will. I ins measajrw 1 . .k. u Mnti' mi hnr (tea tllbnl . She rrru ... " " . lived hardly a month after Russell died. Russell left an estate estimated ai nrar lr Jl.nno.OflO to his two sisters and oth er relatives. u-.uhinwfnn Mnv ft. 'The UnJcrwood loiiod noKsu.ll bv the House late yesterday afternoon by a vote of 281 to iJ- . , I'm Vnur IVmocrats voted aitamH the oill and two Republicans for it. four rrogressives anu io ne muman attempts to amend the bill had been re jected by overwhelming votes before the final vote was reached. u'K.n r.Ua L-or cinrlc announced the vote exuberant Imocrats held a stuffed Democratic donkey over the neatis 01 their colleagues iu the rear of the cham ber which was followed by gnat ap plause. , Representatives Carey and Stafford, of Wisconsin, are the Republicans who voted for the bill. Broussard, Pupre, Lazarro ana mot- gan, all of Louisiana, are me who opposed the bill. To-day tne Datne win f"enat where the bill's passape will be fonjfht at every step, the Democrats having a majority of only six. which al ready haS been reduced as far as this bill is concerned to four. KEEP WATCH ON ALFONSO. Many Anarchists Arrested in Demonstra tion Against Spanish King. Paris, May 9. Police precautions were doubled ves'terday to prevent a repeti tion of Wednesday night's demonstra tion against King Alfonso of Spain, the guest for three days of President Poin care. " The anarchists did not attack King l,,it thuv attimi)ted to storm !the Spanish embassy, and when gen- luarmes drove mem away nicy pim-ceum jto break down the lamp posts and tear down the house decorations in Avenue de Courcelles. where the embassy is sit uated. Twenty arrests were made. HAD A BIRTHDAY. But Former Speaker Cannon Very Near ly Forgot It. Danville, 111., May 0. -Uncle Joe" Cannon, a former speaker of the House jof Representatives, forgot he had a birthday Wednesday until late in the ! afternoon, w hen he" returned home and i found numerous messages congratulating him upon his 77th anniversary, i The px-sprnKer during the day took 'a long drive and attended the dedication of two churches. At dinner, a monster i birthday cake, made by his two daugh ters, shared honors with a huge vase containing 77 American beauties. Ill 'the evening 2 prominent citizens gave ihim a surprise party. !fELL FROM BOAT AND DROWNED. 1 . I Normal School Girl Loses Life Crossing Maine Mill Pond. i Marhias. Me.. May 0. Vtiilf crossing 'a mill pond in a boat yestenliy, Heat iriee Alien, of Calais. 1 years old. a i student in the Washington Normal 'sihool, fell in and was drowned. I Her body was carried over the falis and hss not been recovered. j EX-SENATOR BRIGGS DEAD. 1 jWas Native of New Hampshire and a I Graduate of West Point. i Trenton. X. J.. May ft. Former I'niteJ States Senator Frank O. Prige died j last niirbt in his home here. He ha.l been ill several months. He was burn ;at Concord. N. II.. in 1H-"1. and graduated ifrom West I'oint in 1S72. - i He wss a iirm"r siiip in-umn 1 New Jersey and former mayor oi lren-!ton. URIG ACID SOLVENT 50 Cent Bottle (32 Dotes) FREE start the day wor ried and tilled, stiff legs and arms and muscles, an aching head, burning and Krin down rains in the back worn out before the day begins, do not think . l. tr Slav in that condition. " le strong, weli and vigorous, with no .im fmm stitf ioints. sore mus- eles, rheumatic suffering, aching back or f-nr nr form of bladder trouble or weakness, its action is really wonderful. Those sufferers who are in and out of bod half a dozen times a night will appreciate the rest, comfort and strength Kin trotmint crives. To prove The Williams Treatment conquers kidney and bladder diseases, rheumatism and all uric acid troubles. .... mattor hnw rhmnie or stubborn, if you have never used The Williams Treat ment, we will give one Site bottle (32 doses) free if you will cut out this no tice and iwnd it w ith your name and ad dress, with lOo to help pay distribution expenses, to The Dr. D. A. Williams Company, Dept. 12.33, Kast Hampton, Conn. Send at once and you. will receive hv nan-pi nost a reirular oOc bottle, with out charge and without incurring any obligations. Cloars Face of Pimples, Blacfthoada Wonderful ZEMO Also Stops TerribU Itching AT onus; uurea au Skin TrouWei. ' Get 260 Bottle or ZEMO Today. "At lastl At last! One uppUcatloi of ZEMO. the wonderful new awful, humiliating pimple, and black heads.' For the firs, time In month. 1 haven t Deen aannnn-u tiubfle A trial of ZEMO will cor.. P!"e- it. astonishing; resulu i . 1 . .. . H a rnrilQleJCioD. Ill V1C tl Pon t Look tms War When ZE wl Cur. oa or Plinplcs and Blotches. Surely and yulckly. o?EaM2rea.ay J?M.Rteti y0l Km sores and pains, prlckl. It FJves insrani rjj..-.. , tT0Tt h'a.rcu?eTmy face completely." Mis. "N? Rugb. Place. St Loul. Mow Go to any nrs -c,. itn. 01 f direct on receipt of u prlc by b. W, Itose Medicine Co.. ht. Louis. Mo. .s,.M nH oniaranteed n Barre uv m Red Cross Pharmacy. Advt. Poor People With Beautiful Homes. In the course of a suggestive and en tertaining article on "Beauty in the Home," published in the May Woman's Home Companion, appears the follow ' " , ...... .f .... I have eeen tne nomc classes and not a few ot tne pamu homes of the rich, and yet I tell you honestly that the two homes most beau tiful among all I have seen w-ere not wen homes at all, poor ones rather, actually poor. One of tliem was me r a livinar for heretelf, s vmnn - and for three people dependent on her, . , . r" I .it, w (i a( fhA by her writings. i "" "1 . home of French, peasants of the better class. . , . .. ... "And what made the beauty 01 ineso places T It would be hard to say exact ly, but it was there. There was great simplicity in the furniture yet entire fitness. Notlnng preienueu. x - --. -am sure, one secret of of a beautiful and sincere woman. Everything was scrupu lously dean and there was a sweet or r. t:.if.;. ac is well iler tnat was as - 1 Tkn not A narmonizeu munu:. . , thing too much, and everything rt"ti In the peasant" cottage not far from the window, holding the only real luxury and treasurea 1 best dishes, plainly, kept there, for the honor and service of particular guests. The light in the room was origin., y. .-on t,.P,I and in the rather deep casement stood two flowering geraniums, their blooms, of a fairly tunning ..1 1:1 aunhirht a hicn Ilium coior, hi. r - p r; and beautiful note of color in a gently tempered and harmonious room. 4 -1 1. i .J tkj. harmnnv of it BUff- cestevl music quiet and sustained, more than anything else, in re - iarrina color in n, "r -cr-.. J " . l..nid fi lurk tide, nor anytiiing suhtiiuv.u. ing in use. The furnishings of it, all told, could have been benight for a few dollars, vet there it was, a place of real beaut v. a place to remember, a place in which to rest and be glad a place of lovelv homelikeness and of com fort, and of spiritual beiuty too. far more than the mere physical comfort., though that was there also. ' Making Bathing Caps. The following is taken from the May Woman's Home Companion: "Ripping up a discarded bathing cap for a pattern, one woman was surprised to discover the small amount of material it contained, and instantly 'ead that she could afford to make and I rrUil them r- tw-utv-five cents, half the price charged in the shops W ith half .down THREE SONS AT A BIRTH. Parents Who Lost Focr Children ia Fire Year Ago, B!essed With Three More. New York, May fl. A year ago last January. Mr. and' Mrs. l-ouis Iflcr were left chilille-.s by the death of their four children, who were burned in a fire that dest roved their borne. Yetrdiy Mrs. Isler gave birth to three boys. Dead" Girt Aprtars; Gets Legacy. I Doston. Mav . MV Mahrl K. Allen. iwho has ba'delarr.I kgilly dead twice br the supreme ourt of Masrhwsetts, hss flew been pronneei sufficiently a!ive to receive 2,Ks1 left for ber by her grandfather. Fourteen rears ago Miss Allen diippeared and was declared 'drsd. but she returned recently ard rlaiiried the k-;scjr. The True Source of Beauty fs, and must be, good health. Sallow skin and face blemishes are usually caused by the presence of impurities in the blood impurities which also cause headache, backache, lan guor, nervousness and dejrres sion of spirits. If, at times, when there is need you will use you will find yourself better in every way. With purified blood, you will improve diges tion, sleep more restfully and your nerves will be quieter. You will recover the charm of sparkling eyes, a f potless com plexion, rosy lips and vivacious r pirita. Good for all the fam ily, Beecham's Pills especially Help Women To Good Health WEDDING OF THE MOOSE AND G. O. P. And Roosevelt Will Be Best Man, Ac cording to Spring Rumors In Washington. ir.Mncrfon- Mav fl.-That the Repub lican party is close up to the point of reorganization on a progressive .u. nnnS.Lnt oxnertntion of ' Senator Cummins and other progressive Rrpnb- 1 . 1 "L ..In ;, 4a l(v-inir lican leaders, wno are nriiii8 . Vs about the conference in Chicago at the close of this week. This conference will be a gathering of progreasive Republican leaders to look over the situation and determine how best the Republican party can be put on its le, ana mt nuw muic i less divided progressive elements of the country united. - . liig possiOilities lie m mewiiug - ...m mnforenre. in the opinion of many of the progressive Republican leaders. The startling suggestion a i. time fnr the nroirressive Republi cans and the Progressive party men to take steps to unite, une pian biikn'-"w is that the Progressive party men accept the name Republican, that the progres sive Republicans accept the Bull Moose platform, and that all unite tor tne election of Roosevelt as president in 1016. . Indications are not lacking that the old guad leaders at last understand that it is necessary to do something. The fact that National thairnian miles k.a I1m meetinsr of the executive committee to meet in Washington May 24 discloses that lur. nines umicrsinu v. nrntests of the nrotrressive Republi cans cannot be ignored longer. Had the meeting ot tne executive conuiiuire un-u called earlier, the Chicago confrence might have been deferred. The difficulty in the way of the na tional committee calling a national con vention, as demanded by the progressive Republicans, however, is the tinrelent : nn.i.i.;tiiin nf ihe smittiern eontin- .... Tho i.ili.himt incr Renublicans of! , : .,. l f her own the South do not want to give up their !abmt soliciting orders. Her lower price irrln on the organization. Tley know i , .uintier artie'e nude a wide appeal they would have to do this if a national' j tratlt, became trisk." convention were canra mu rn,. tion from the South in conventions cut down. Altogether, the situation is extremely ..nrrt.in The one fact that encour- . ,, n,onv Rniililirans. however, is that 1 there is activity among the leaders. ( While the activity is not directed har- j moniously, it is at least an inoicanon that the apathy of recent months is being shaken off. GOVERNMENT FREES DEBS Department of Justice Indictments Against Socialist Leader. Fort Scott. Kas., May ft. Federal case aaainst Kugeue V. Jbs, formerly Socialist candidate for president, and J. I. Sheppard and Fred Warren, publishers of a Socialist newspaper at ISirard. Kans., charging an attempt to obstruct justice, were dismissed in the f-deral court here, upon instructions from the atornev general. This end several months of litigation which resulted from a government charge of misuse of the mails brought against those connected with the fiirard paper. Debs. Sheppard and Warren were in dicted in November by the federal grand jurv, charged with the obstruction of justice by inducing witnesses to have the country. The offence was alleged to have been committed in connection with the case of .1. A. Wayland, owner of the naner: Phifer, city editor, and Warren. ' 1 . . " 1 I : . ;M fa. charged m a leuerai liiiin-iuiriii ....... I!12, with misuse of the mails in port ing obscene matter concerning the fed jeral pri-oners at Leavenworth. The governments ease against IVbs. Warren land Sheppard as bawd largely upon j testimony of J. P. McDommgh of Kansas Citv. forme lv a prisoner at leaven- worth penitentiary, who aM tne ueienu- k:-, r?no to an to vaiuornia .III. . " . -. r- and not to testify in the ease charging misu-e of the mans. wm mittH suicide last fall. Warren and Phifer. his eo-defendants in the misuse ot the mails eae. Bled a d-murrer. whih was sustained bv Judg Pollock in the federal court here ten days agf. Heredity. & self-made man is he -H ggins i not ?- -He elaims to be. but I do not believe those bad manners of h. could ever have been acquired; be must have been born so." May Woman' Home Companion, , Tho Dest Fertilizer tor any joll ia the ore I that supplies the prop j ertles that the soil lacks. Fertilizer that Is good la one section of the I country Is oftenafail- UUnLiKUiun ANIMAL FERTILIZER Is a scientific plant fod rived troaa the prwlucU of rendering stabUsh- Mther with the proper addition 4 bisk grade chemlcsU. BccauM It Is vad and sold enly I" Veraaoat. U U best adapted ta Verasewt soli. I BURLIMGTOI RERDERH6C0. Burlington. Vt. F C. little. Uramteriue. A. W. Clark, MarshSeLL 1L W. lane, Cabot. R. L. tlark. Parre. G. C. Grandfieid. MoretowH. W. V !ong, Waitsf.eld. A. O. Slayton. lUst Calais. H. F. t'rout. Brookfleld. K W. Sibley, fjist Mont pelf V. C. Rogern. Washington. P. A. Pike, PlainfSeld.