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THE BAltKK DAILY TIMES, BABHK, VT., SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913.
A Message From the Dead Br RUTH GRAHAM Murk Mutton uud bin dog were walk I ik iiIuiik u road between til farm and tn Imuie of Jennlu Mills, to whom he wan wiiniKtH to be married. Lookluu ttiiniiKli an avenue of tree abend, be miw it mnu coming carrying a sbutvuu. As I lie runn upproucbed MarU'e brow Jowered. lie rei-oKolsed the comer as '.euniird Svtetser. the only enemy he uid In the world. Sweetser xraa one of tbuse iueu burn bud. lie bad bud a tnuit) wit U lluttou and vowed Hutton bud awlmlled blm. This led to b.ul blood between them. Hutton u voided til enemy, at far its possible. . for be whh a e n si Lie man and disliked to ha?e trouble with any one: ' Indeed, KwpetNer'H arciisnrion bud caused him a (treat dual of misery. SweetKer Htopied, raised liia weapon und tired, premium bly at a bird dying tietweeu hliti and Mutton. Mutton fell load. Sneettter at once changed bla dlreo tlon and, akulUhig into a wood, disap peared .lenultt Mill, who was expecting Slurk Hutton to tea, looked out of tbe "window aud saw a black cloud rising In the west. "1 hope Mark wl!J come before that etornj uivuUs." ishe uaid to herself. "It looks awful." The Htorui came, but Mark did not, Suddenly n wind dashed Itself against the house like a monster wave of tbe nea. TbouKb the sun had not yet set. It was dark as midnight. In the midst of tbe turmoil of wind and ball and the vivid Cash of lightning, tbe crash of thunder, tbere came a ring at tbe telephone. Bad Jennie not been near it she would not have heard. Going to the Instrument, she took up tbe re ceiver. ' ' "Jennie!" "Ob, Mark, where are you? I was afraid you were out In tbe storm." It was Leonard Sweetser.. At that moment there came a gust of wind that shook tbe bouse so violently that Jennie feared It would be blown , down over her bead. It drowned any further word that might have come to lier. but she held the receiver to her ear, waiting for a lull in the fierceness of the storm. But the lull came with- j out bringing anythiiy: more from Mark. She called, but there was no answer. She could bear through the Instrument the wind crying In the tele graph wires, but no sound of a human voice.. Then it began to grow light The storm departed as suddenly as it had come. The sun came out. and tbe birds began to sing. But where was Mark? Regardless of tbe rivulets of rain and the soft wet ground. Jennie start ed down the road. The telephone mes sage bad Indicated that Mark was un der cover, but she' wondered why she . had heard that unearthly wall of the wind through the telegraph wires. She sped on regardless of the streams of water flowing here and there over the road. At Inst she heard the yelp of a dog. It was Mark's dog Zip She would know it amonu a hundred barks But now It was rather cry than a bark. She ran now. for she was oppressed by a great dread Presently she came in "sight f the dog He was sitting beside something that looked like a log on the ground and howling, with bis face turned up to the sky. She ran on. Then when she realized what the log irns she staggered on till she came to Mark's IxmIv. A mouth passed. Only one arrest b:id iweii made for the murder of Mark Hutton. and that was Leonard Kweetser. But there was no evidence aualnst him except that he hnd been known to be nt enmity with the man whose IkmIv had tieen found ut the base of a lek-uraph pole with a bullet bole In his head Besides. It was said that Sweetser could prove an num. He would not have been tried had it not been that Jennie Mills insisted upon It. When he beard that she be lieved him guilty and tbe neighbors yrcpathlzed with her In ber belief he asked for a trial. No one had come forward who claimed to have seen the murder done. Sweetser asked for the trinl In order that be might be vindi cated. When it came off Jennie sat among the spectators. She bad taken Zip home with her the day she d.scovered Mark's body and had kept him with ber ever since. She bad biro in court with her. but kept blm at ber feet When the prisouer was brought In and arraigned she took the dog up in her lap. then lifted him with his face to Sweetser. With a yelp Zip Jumped from her aiids. over tbose intervening between him and the culprit and. running to blrfl. Jumped as high as be could and. filing his teeth In his coat hung there. This was all the evidence there was against Sweetser, but It was enough to estnh'isb his cullt though not enough to convict blm In a court of law When Jennie was asked If she hnd any testimony to give she replied. "None that n Jury would regard, bnt I kn-w be was guilty before tbe dog five his unanswerable testimony." If we lmpolble to convict the pris oner for wsnt of evidence which a Judce would admit, but the vindication thnt was expeed by him was not forthcoming. Sweetser was discharged, hot a com mittee of Mark Hutton's friends was supposed to bare made away with blm. At any rare what became of bins remained a secret HOW THIS WOMAN FOUND HEALTH Would not give Lydia ELPink ham's Vegetable Compound for All Rest 'of Medicine in the World. H r t ! I Utlca, Ohio. "I suffered everything from a female weakness after baby came. I had numb spells and was dizzy, had black spots be fore my eyes, my back ached and I was so weak I could hardly stand up. My face was yellow, even my fingernails were colorless and I had displacement. I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and now I am stout, well and healthy. I can do all my own work and can walk to town and back and not get tired. I would not give your Vegetable Compound for all the rest of the medi cines in the world. I tried doctor's med icines and they did me no good." Mrs. Mary Earlewine, R.F.D. No. 3, Utica, Ohio. Another Case. Nebo, 111. "I was bothered for ten years with ferr.ale troubles and the doc tors did not help me. I was so weak and nervous that I could not do my work and every month I had to spend a few days In bed. I read so many letters about Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Com pound curing female troubles that I got a bottle of it It did me more good than anything else I ever took and now it has cured me. I feel better than I have for years and tell everybody what the Compound has'done for me. I believe I would not be living to-day but for that" Mrs. Hettie Greenstreet, Nebo, Illinois. SHOOTS NIECE'S HUSBAND Brother of Former Govern or Hastings of Pennsylvania ASSAILANT OF ROSS A. HICKOK Fires Six Shots Before He Is Captured Believed to Be Unbalanced BRITISH MERCHANTMAN ARMED. Has Sailed for South America After Chilled Meat. London, May 17. The first merchant vessel to leave Kngknd armed in ac- ordauce with the proposals of W inston Churchill, first lord of the admiralty, has sailed for South America, She is the Aragon. of the Royal Mail line, mid she brings home from the Argentine great quantities of chilled meat. Her sister ship, the Amazon, which is now com pleting, will be similarly outfitted. The necessary structural arrangements were made while the ships were building, and to each vcsrpI the admiralty has sup plied two 4.7 inch guns. The officers and seamen of the steamers include a large number of royal naval reserve men, who in case of an emergency would be capable of manning the guns. This armament is of course not intend ed for offensive purposes, but the admir alty believes that for defensive purposes t is sufiicient to counteract the- risk of attack from lightly armed foreign merchant ships. It is the intention that a large number of steamers, especially those engaged in carrying food supplies, shall be thus armed in the future. The scheme is entirely separate from that by which larger steamers, such as the Mauretania and L-.isitania and the new steamers proposed for the Canadian service, are under contract with the gov ernment to be armed in case of war for both offensive and defensive pur poses. The German government has similar arrangements with the German lines, some of the vessels of vhioh are so built that they could be converted into very formidable merchant cruisers. Hurrisburg, May 17. William C.Hast ings, brother of late (lov. IkinicI If. Hastings, murderously attacked Ross A. Hickok, husband of the former govern or's daughter in the Hickok residence last night. Hickok was wounded but not serious ly. Hastings fired six times and two bystanders were hurt. Hastings was shot In the s.'tu and captured. It is believed his mind is unbalanced. He accused the former governor of de priving him of a share of the family money. PACIFIC OCEAN DISCOVERY. Fourth Centenary Is to Be Celebrated This Year. Madrid, May" 17. The fourth centen ary of the discovery of the Pacific ocean by Vasco Xunez de Balboa is to be cele brated here this year, and the president of Panama, Belisario Porras, lias sent a letter to King Alfonso, assuring his majesty of Panama's friendship for Spain. Balboa, the Spanish soldier and adventurer, first saw the Pacific ocean from the Isthmus of Panama. President Porras sets forth that the bonds .of kinship between Spain and the ilispanO'Amencan nations are ever growing closer, and announces that the l a ..... nnf;,.Ai ,i : i ..j to , commemorate this centenary bv a competition of lyric poetry; by an ex position in which Spain is specially asked to participate and by the erection at the entrance of the Panama canal on the Atlantic ocean of a colossal statue of Balboa, the cost to be defrayed bv pub lic subscription. He asks the king to plare Jus name hrst on the list. The Spanish government has decided to celebrate the centenary bv organizm? at Seville a congress ot mspano-Amer-iean history snd geography and an ex position of the precious duuuments from the archives of the Indies and the Colom bine library relative to the conquest and exploration of the- new world by the Spaniards. The congress and exposition, which will serve as a fitting prelude to the great Hispano-Ameriean exposition being organized for 11119 at .Seville, will open on September 2.) next, the anniver sary of the discovery of the Pacific by Balboa in 1513. WOMAN ASSASSIN GIVEN LIFE TERM Mrs." Chapman of Lynn, Who Shot Neigh bor Whom She Suspected of "Gos siping," Pleads Guilty to Sec ond Degree Murder. Salem, Mass., May 17. Mrs, Jessie M. Chapman of Lvnn appeared before fudge Chase in the suiieiior court at Salem vesterdav and nleadd trinity to the murder in the second degree of Mrs. hva Inclis.i a neighbor, on Lvnnneld street, on the evening of March (1, 1912. She was sentenced to life imprisonment at Sherborne. X ne uelav in the proceedings was caused by the attempt on the part of her counsel, . S. Peters, -to have the woman declared insane. Mrs. Chapman shot Mrs. Peters aft er she began to entertain an idei, it is said, that the latter was tulking about 'her. She fired several shots, one oi which took effect in her heart, cauiviriir death. Mrs. Ingalls, who was 4(1 veurs old and the mother of four children, left her home at 35 Fair Oak avenue, on the evening of March ft. to consult a doctor in another port of town. While opposite a vacant lot far re moved from any street light, she was accosted by Mrs. Chapman, who asked, "Are you Mrs. ingalls?" Mrs. Ingalls relied that she was, whereupon Mrs. Chapman pulled a re volver from lr handbag and fired four shots, instantly killing the woman. Jlrs. t hapman w as arrested, and the revolver found upon her was discovered to have been one lost nearly a vesr be fore by Patrolman Frank Tiurrill. W. S. Peters, counsel for Mrs. Cliap man, wiys he bcliees his client was in SHiie upon the one subject of Mr. In galls. "After her arrest," he said, "she re peatedly told m. she 'had to nhoot Mrs. Ingalls.1' Her husband declared he con sidered Mrs. Chimuan insane at the time of the shooting."' Bill ON CHEEK AND BEHIND EAR Running Into Scalp. Hot and Itch ing, scales Formed. Had to Cut Hair. Cuticura Soap and Oint ment Lured in Two Weeks. Soniorvllle. N. J. " My daughter1! ring, worm was quite obstinate. Mrt a red spot appeared on tier cheek and another Just be- nina the ear, running Into ber scalp about the slzo of a dime. They were hot and Itchlnu. Scale formed and caused bor to scratch, which made It inflamed and sometimes drow the blood. I tried , tben . and salve, but it kept growing, I bad to cut the hair from the ringworm that ran in the scalp. It must have been of two weuka standing as it bod grown to a good size, when I got my buslMuid to got me a sample of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I waMicxl It with hot water and Cuilcura Soap thou applied the Cuticura Ointment. The first application benefited ber. When my sample was used I saw It was not so largo and angry, so I bought a box of Cuticura Ointment, and a cake of Cuticura Soap and applied them three times a day. The constant uao for four or live days checked Its growth and In two weeks more alio was entirely cured. Cuticura Soap and Ointment also cured my son la two weeks of a case of ringworm." (Signed) Mrs. A. E. Nevlllo, Dec. 19, 1011. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are sold throughout tun world. A single, set Is often sufficient. Lilieral sample of each mailed free, with 52-p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T, Boston." WTcndor-faced men should use Cuticura Soap Shavlug Stick, "5c Sample froo. Parents, Read this Letter! I have a letter from a prominent Mains clergyman in regard to a sickness ot one ot his children from which I quota as follow.! " Our two-year-old baby was very sick at two different limit and we came near losing her. Wo had the best doctors, but they diJ not know what the trouble was. In the first (ickness the had high fever for several dnyi, snd the doctor said it acted like scarlet fever, but as there w ere no other cases he did not think it could be. After wards tho brol,e out In a rash all over her body. The last ticknrsi was similar and the doctor Wii puzrlcd. She was very nervous and we feared we would lose her. Your Dr.True't Elixir was recommended, and after two dayt' uie the passed seven! worms from two to three inches in length, and it now well and arong and sleeps at nights without frettinrr, tossing and starting In a fright as the did formerly." I will be glad to furnish this clergy man's name and addiest to anyone who caret to write to me. N.B. True's ElHr it the best known remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles. Purely vegetable, pleasant to take and ' entirely harmless. Expels stomach wormi and pin worms. All dealers, 35c; 50c; $1.00. Youri for better heahh, 13 Drummond St. , Auburn, Nfe GETS $1,000 OF $12,000,000. IGNORES PROTEST AGAINST PAGE BRITISH SEAMEN TO STRIKE. CASTOR! A For LafaaU ua Cfcildrea. Tts Kind Yea Han Alrrajs Bssgbt Bears the f'Ugaaiare of Actual Date of Its Beginning Will Be Kept Secret. London, May 17. A general strike of liritieu teamen is to be declared early in June as the sequel to the agitation for a nationsl conciliation board to regulate working conditions on board ship, snd it is possible, unless the demand acceded to, that the transport workers through out the country will come out in sym pathy. " Tom Mann, who oriranized the gmt tranport strike of two years ajro, ha been engaged by the National vihrV i and Firemen's union to carry on a, month campaign, which he commenced on May day. to enlist the support of the trantport workers. The actual date of the strike will he kept rret. as it was two years ago. the giving of the ;gnal leing left to Havelork Wjlson, the president of the naioti; Edward MrHngb. M. P.. for Mi l Tyrone, and Kather Hopkins, trustee of the unioa. FARRELL DENIES POOLS. Declares That Steel Concern Did Not Participate. New York, May 1". The "Jackson wire pools." members of which were in dicted by the government and pleaded guilty uiree yearn ago, figured in the testimony yesterday of .tames A. Far rell, president of the United States Steel corporation at the hearing of tihe gov ernment suit to dissolve the corporation s an illegal combination. Mr. Farrell denied that the I'nited States Stei 1 roiiucts company, the corporation's ex port concern, had anything to do with the pools. Jle explained the govern ment's clurge that the products company maintained prices of wire products in the Hawaiian Islands at the dictation of the pool, by saying that the. products company merely acted as an agent of the American Steel & Wire company. subsidiary of the corporation and a rtiem ber of the pool, and had no alternative but to accept orders of the wire com pany. . . The "Jackson wire pools" were the associations from which, it lia been tes tified, the American Steel & Wire com pany finally withdrew at the order of Judge Gary, chairman of the steel cor poration. Mr. Karrell said he "never dis cussed the wire pools with Judge Carv. The "welfare work" of the corporation. its pension system, accident relief sys tem, the installation of safety dcvi.en and sanitary improvements in "the mills were deserved hy the witness at length. "We do not wait for the law to act be fore we adopt these improvements." said Mr. Farrell. He added that such im provements were not installed from a philanthropic point of view, but because Ciey increased the efficiency of em ployes. British Foreign Office Silent Americans, However, Indignant at Attack. London, May 17. No recognition of the foreign olllce was made yesterday of the London Trades Council's protest against Walter II. 1'age, who is now on the Atlantic bound for London as United States ambassador to the court of St. James, but the American colony exhibited no ollicial reticence. Considerable indignation wa express ed because of the labor organization's delay in passing its resolution against Ambassador Page. It was pointed out that many weeks elapsed between the appointment and his leaving for Eng land, during w hich time the council could easily have been in posftesnjon of all the alleged information against Page's labor ideas that it now Kays it hag. The resolution adopted by the council says that the body "strongly resent the appointment to the court of St. James of an ambassador who is a hitter opinm- cnt of orgnnized labor in his own coun try, and requests President ilson to recall the appointment and substitute for Mr. Page one who more truly repre sents the opinions of the working classes of the United .States of America and who i more acceptable to the organized workers ot the I nited Kingdom." topics of the resolution were sent to President Wilson at Washington and Sir Edward Grey, British secretary of state and foreign a (fairs. Allan Pirie," Fourth Son of Late Chicago Merchant, Receives but Little. New York, May 17. An estate esti mated at 12,(KHI,0(K) left by the late ohn T. I inc. a prominent Cmcuco mer chant, will be- divided about equally among his widow, three daughters aud three sons. A fourth son. Allan, is cut off with $1,IK)0. The will, which was tiled fw probate at ..Mineols, L. I yes terday, gives no reason for this dis crimination, tlr. Pirie died April 24 in Florida, where he was spending the win ter. For several years he had made his residence at Sea Cliff, Long Island, widow receives the Sea Cliff testate, The GETS JOB BACK WITH $130 CUT Weather Bureau Man Who Traveled for Moore Is Reinstated. Wa hi nut on, May 17.-.Secretary of Agriculture Houston yesterday tempered with mercy a bitter condemnation of the oflli'ial conduct of Charles T, Hums, the weather bureau employe who was in definitely fin loiighed recently for im proper iHriitn al activity in connection with Willis Moore's candidacy for sec retary til agriculture, .Moore, chief oi the bureau, was retinal from the service. Secretary Houston's order with regard to Hums, isiied vesterdav, reinstates the employe, but at a salary reduction of l.'iO a "year. The charges made against liurns were that lie took several trips under the guise of ollicial service, to aid Moore's andidacv; that he certified expense vouchers tor these journeys and attempt ed to cover up political work with rec ords conveying the impression that his entire tunc was devoted to goverainent work. , Hums' defense that some of the trips were made at his chief's orders; that he expected no reward for political work; that the inspection work made on the journeys was benelicialj that errors in expense accounts were due to his ignorance. "An ollicial order to do w.liat is plainly wrong is no defense," Secretary Houston suid, summing up the matter. . EATON INQUEST REOPENED, Effort to Trace tbe Poison That Killed Rear Admiral. Wherever there is Pain spply aa PLASTER The World's Greatest External Remedy. Abington, Mass., May 17. While Mrs. Jennie May Eaton sat in ber cell in Plymouth jail, personally planning her defense against the charge of murder, the inquest into the death of Pear Ad miral Joseph G. Eaton, United States navy, retired, was resumed j'esterday, in an effort to learn where the poison was --i. i purchased that ended the sea fighter's I lite. "Several important facts will be now cleared up," was the brief statement of District Attorney Parker of Brockton, as Judge Edward Pratt called the hearing to order, but tbe prosecutor refused to go into details. The presence as a witness of Charles L. Estes, a Rockland druggist, indicated HIS CASE WAS HOPELESS Could Hardly Eat Gradu ally Grew Worse Re lieved by Peruna Mr. A. M. Ikerd, Box 31, Wcit Bur lington, Iowa, writes: "I hud ca tarrh of- the stomach and small intes tines for a t, 11 , 1. n , n f years. I went to a number of doctors and got no relief, ' and finally ' ' oneo' my doc- I, lorn ftent. nirt E rfsl-X'!V-,--Jl,' r ' or MR. A. M. IKERD. tors sent me to C h i c a g o, and I met tho same fate. They said they could do nothing for me; said I had cancer of the stomach a n d there was no cure. I almost thought the same, for my breath was offensive and I could not' eat anything without great misery, and I gradually grew worse. "finally I concluded to try Peruna, and I found relief and a cure for that dreadful dineare, catarrh. 1 took five bottles of Peruna and two of Manalin, and I now feel like a new man. There is nothing better than Peruna, and I keep a bottle of it in my house all " the time." Persons who object to liquid medicines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. an inquiry as to whether he sold the poison. Previous testimony has been given that Admiral Eaton himself, as ' well as members of his family, had been seen in the Estes drug store. ALMOST PENNILESS. James Walters Destitute Wnen News of Fortune Came. Chicago, May 17. Out of a job and with just 4." cents in his pocket, James Walters inquired at the general delivery window at the postollice Thursday if. there was any mail for Win. To hi surprise, he was handed a letter which informed him that his father had died and left him an estate worth upwards of SsiO.OoO. The letter Was from his aunt, Mrs. P. G. Petty of Knoxville, Tenn., end was the first word Walters hail received from relatives since he ran away from his home in Nashville 13 years ago. ARE YGUR KIDNEYS WELL? A. F. L. Wins Fight. Albany. N. Y.. May 17. The Fol-v-Walker workmen's compensation bill ad vocated by the state insiiram-e depart ment and opposed by the stale federa tion of I bor. was vetoed vestcrdav bv trtjvernor Sillier. Many Barre People Know the Impor tance of Healthy Kidneys. The kidneys filter the blood. They work night and day. Well kidneys remove impurities. Weak kidneys allow impurities to mul tiply. No kidney ill should be neglected. There is possible dinger in delay. 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