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THE J3AHRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT,. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913.
ALL AERO RECORDS GO Aviator " . to Flies from Paris Warsaw, 930 Miles sV IN TOTAL TIME OF 854 MINUTES Actual Speed of One Hun dred Miles an Hour Paris, June 12. The most remarkable aerial journey ever accomplished was completed last night when Brindeponc d iMoulinals, the French aviator, who started from this city this morning, land ed at Warsaw, Russian IPoland. Jlis total time for the distance of 1,300 kil ometers, or 830 miles, was fourteen hours and twenty minutes, hut hi actual flyinff time was only nine hours and fourteen minutes, making lii average speed 100.7 miles per hour, Even including hit stops Moulinais' average was sixty-five miles an hour. The Nord express, one of the fastest trains of the continent, takes nearly double the total time and three times the. flying time of Moulinais to cover 'the same distance, the schedule showing a running time of twenty-seven hours. The aviator left tue nyiug ground at Villuconblay, a suburb of this city, at 8:85 a. m. The weather was extremely unfavorable for aviation, with a gale blowing which at time exceeded fifty miles an hour. The first stop made was at Wanne, Prussia,' at eight o'clock, a 1 little more than half way to Berlin. Here the pilot rested an hour and a half, leaving at 0:30. He reached the German capital at 12:04, landing on the military aerodrome at Johanncsthal, 575 miles from his starting point. The -wind continued violent, and the aviator was again and again -urged to discon tinue liis attempt. At 3:40 p. m. he rose again and completed his journey to Warsaw at 6:15, The distance of the last stage over the route followed bv Jloiilinais is 335 miles, and his speed may be estimated from the fact that he covered it in 155 minutes, at the rate of 137 milps an hour. This velocity waft made possible bv the wind of fifty miles an hour, which was favorable. The machine used by the aviator is a Morano-Soul-n!er monoplane, equipped with an eigh-ty-horppower Gnome motor and has a flying speed of eighty-five miles an hour. Loss of Appetite la lost of vitality, vlRor or tone, and la often a forerunner of prostrating dls ease. It la aerloua and especially ao to people that must keep up and doing or get behindhand. The best medicine to take for It It the great constitutional remedy Hood's Sarsaparilla Which purifies and enrlchea the blood and builds up the whole system. Get it today In usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Saraatabs. TELLS HOW SHE BOUGHT A COUNT MOVE TO ATTACK SULTAN OF JOLO U.S. Troops Under Gen. Pershing March- ing on Moros, Strongly Intrenched i. at Bagsag. Manila, June, 12. Brigadier-OemeTal John J. Pershing commander of the De partment of Mindanao, had made all arrangements to move forward at day light yesterday and engage in a decisive lii'lit against the rebellious .Moros en jtrenched at Bagsag under the Sultan of Jolo. . A stubborn resistance to the advance of the American troops was expected ,and a strong force had been assembled, consisting of a company of regular in Ifantry, a troop, of cavalry, seven com panics of scouts, two companies of con frtsbulary, -with a battery of four foun 'tain guns and a machine gun platoon. Every precaution was taken to pre vent the Americans being ambushed. Mrs. Marion Bishop, a Rich Widow, to Bo Titled Lady Soon Says Pries Was High. Xew York, June 12. pretty 24- ycar-old widow arrived here on the Noordam for a final visit to this country before achieving the ambition the has cherished since sho was a little girl in inafore. She is gaing to be a titled any. Mrs. Marion Bishop, sometime of Alabama and soon to make her home In Italy as the Countess Moretti, stood on the 'deck of the liner yesterday and told about the beautifully manicured hands of the count and how the European market for counts fluctuated. "Mr husband died soon after we were married, when I was 18," she said And it seems as though I had tieen a widow all my life. " have always had a desire to be a princess or to have some title, and so when my husband, who was an iron manufacturer, left me money, I saw a chance to realize mv hopes. "The first time I went aboard I didn't find anybody, but now I am en gaged to Count Lionel Morctti, a retired lieutenant of the Italian army. "I wanted a title, and he seemed to me to be about as good a titled person :i could be found. So I put the propo sition up to him in a purely business like way, and found that his price was a little higher than I had anticipated. "The price for counts fluctuates. We linally agreed on a figure and became engaged. It was so high that I have bad to begin to economize. You see I came back on a small ship. "There was a Russian prince who un derbid the count by a good deal, but his fingers were all stained with nicotine. The count's fingers are all long and tapering, and his hands are beautifully manicured. "I am going to close up mv business affairs here and go back in September to be married. Then I shall be the Count e?s Morietti. Doesn't that sound fine!' VERMONT MAN IS SELECTED For Important Work of For eign Investigation for De partment of Labor W. W. HUSBAND SENT ABROAD TO STUDY He Has Recently Ended His Duties in the Immigra tion Bureau Washington. D. C. Juno 12. W. W. Husband of St. Johnsbury, Yt., former ly a well known Vermont newspaper ifiiment that the writ at Burlington and Newport had the largest number of entries ot any ports in the country wun the exception of those at New York, Philadelphia and Boston. Carroll ft. utnl lVoctor If. Page, grand sons of Senutor Carroll S. Pace, have returned to their home at llvdo Park, Vt., accompanied bv their mother, who came to attend the graduation of the .National latheilral school fr boys, from which institution the former received his -diploma on Juno 0. The hitter was successful in passing his examinations in the class in which he waa enrolled. After completing the details of organ ization, the lloutte has again lapsed into state of inactivity that promises to continue until after July 4. Majority Loader Underwood, Minority Leader Marin, and Progressive Leader Murdock havo agreed that no Important business is to be transacted until that time, and that the House is to adjourn three days at a time tmtil that date. Hcpresenta tiives Greene and Pliunley have taken advantage of tins situation to spend short time at their respective homes in 1 A ci mom. The nomination of James MeOowan lobe postmaster at North Bennington, t., was withdrawn from the Senate by President w ilson on June o. BULGARS WILL ARBITRATE Agree to Proposal of Rus sian Govern ment f-' . The president pro tempore of the Sen- ale," Senator Clark of Arkansas, has ap pointed Senator Page one of the two memlrs on the part of the Senate to the joint select committee on the dis position of useless papers in the execu- man, will conclude Ins duties July l as chief of the division of contract labor in the government immigration buresu, where he has been emnloved since the conclusion of his duties as" secretary of Jtive departments, the Immigration commission. I Mr. Husband has been requested bv An item or interest to paper manu Secretary Wilson of the newly- created faeturers in ennont is included in a department of labor to earry'on some report received by the state department important work of investigation in Ku- from the British Colombian provincial government by which it is indicated that the province has removed export restric tions from wood pulp and paper, but not from pulp wood, tlie free exportation of which is necessary to secure free en- fchat the I voke its action. Aviator ATW00D ALL RIGHT. Arrives at Reported Missing Sandusky, 0. Sandusky, O., June 12. Harry X. At wood, who left Kcorse, Mich., Tuesday afternoon for a flight across Lake Brie to this city in a hydro-aeroplane, ar rived here at 1:35 o'clock yesterday morning, lie had been able to remain in the ;r only ten minutes after leaving rcorse and made the trip across the lake on the surface of the water. En gine trouble compelled him to descend. After alighting on the water, Atwood proceeded to Hickory Island, where he put in on account of a choppy sea, mien the lake became more calm he started out again, making Sandusky under his own power. The aviator was unable to get his craft into the air again, but on the water it behaved splendidly. BASE BALL Saturday, June 14 Barre A. C -T8- Beacons .of Manchester, N. H. GAME CALLED AT 3:00 Admission ;Gents, 25c Ladies, 10c Don't forget the place INTER - CITY PARK. OATMEAL TRUST NOW ATTACKED. Federal Gvernment Institutes Action Against It. Chicago, June 12. The Quaker Oats Co., the so-called oatmeal trust control ling 90 per cent, of the oatmeal prod ucts and by-products of the country, was attacked by the federal government in a civil anti-trust suit filed here yester day, charging monopoly in "derogation ot tne common rights ot the people of the I'nited States and in violation of the Sherman law." AVhile the government does not speci fically ask dissolution of the company, it petitions tne court to decree the cor poration "in and of itself to be illegal and to enjoin it from engaging in inter state commerce in oatmeal products un til its allpged monopoly has been aban doned and competitive conditions exist ing prior to the combination be restored. rope in connection with, that department and expects to sail shortly after the first of July for a six months' trip abroad Mis work will take mm to turkey in Asia. Russia. Eurkev in Eurone. Greece. Italy, the Balkan states and probably try of any of these products into this Slaim. " country under the reciprocity act of Mr. JIUSband llSS Come to be known MUll. preem mm province i me .... l--i- : : t.- i ai c as one of the best authorities on tne owy one enjoying me iienrnv i uiH nit- subject of immigration in this country entry privilege into the I nited Mates and has devoted nearly ten vears to on wood pulp and paper made from the its study.. Since leaving the Vermont woods of crown land, and it is rumored newspaper field to come to Washington tinat tne treasury department may as senator Dillingham s secretary, ne has served for some rears as clerk of the Senate committee on immigration and later, upon the creation by Con cress of a special commission to carrv on a full investigation of all phases of hhe immigration problem and to re port to Concres, he was selected a its secretary, in that capacity he , went abroad with the members of the com mission in the summer of 1W07 and lat er was entrusted with the direction not only of the large body of employes en gaged in the collection of information but NO ANSWER YET FROM BELGRADE Europe Is Working for Peace and the Best Is Hoped For n:::m:m::xmun:::y::::ju:::::anu:t:m:m:::j::um:s:n:nnjj:n:mjtt THERE IS A PAIR OF FOR YOU GALS HERE WESTON GOING STRONG. RAISES TARIFF ON COTTON. Buy Your Drugs and Medicines at the Drug Store You go to the dry frooda mer chant for your silks, cottons and linen goods; to the grocery for your sugar, teas and other gro ceries; the shoe store for your shoes and rubbers; the clothier for your suits, hats and neck ties. Why not? Go to the Drug Store for your Medicines? WE KEEP A DRUG STORE D.F.DAYlVThe Druggist" 262 No. Main St, Barre Senate Committee Increases Duty to One Cent. Washington, Juno 12. Senator Sim mons announced yesterday afternoon that the Senate finance committee had determined to raise the tariff on cotton from half a cent, as in the House bill, to one cent. It was also determined to put pig iron and lerrc-magiinese on tne tree list It Is understood mat the committee is generally in favor of placing all blast furnace products on the non-dutiable list. OLYMPIC SIGHTS BIG BERG Only a Few Hundred Miles from Where Sister Ship Titanic Went Down. Xew York, June 12. A mammoth ice berg with twin peaks towering 120 feet above the water line was sighted at sun rise last Sunday by the steamer Olym pic which readied port yesterday. The Olympic is a sister ship of the ill-starred Titanic. The berg sighted was several hundred miles from the spot where the Titanie went down. It appeared to be breaking up as the Olympic steamer passed. Vetoed by Got. Fobs. Boston, June 12. The legislative bill permitting the Xew York, Xew Haven & Hartford railroad to acquire all the trol ley lines in western 'Massachusetts, was vetoed yesterday by Governor Foss. Determined to Die. Cambridge, Mass., June 12. Eluding searching party of policemen, a wom an wtose name is helieved to be A. M. Kobinson, committed suicide early yes terday by throwing herself in front of ItostoD & .Maine train near I'orter tut km. Has Abandoned Railroad Ties for the Broad Highway. Oswego, X. Y., June. 12. Edward Pay son Weston, tne atiuetic oia man wno is on a walking trip from Xew York to Minneapolis, left here in good shape for Weston, where he had planned to spend the night. When he is not walk ncr he is imiallv lecturing. He no long- was placed in charge of the force er walks the railroad tics, but is trav engaged in the tabulation of returns, eliing the open road. etc., in wnicn position ne anoweo rare ability. Tbe report of the commission was made to Congress nearly two years ago and has snnee been printed. Since the completion oi tnat worit, jur. Husband has been engaged in the ad ministrative work of the government bu reau which has jurisdiction of the opera tion of the immigration laws in the United States, although his advice is freauentlv soiiciht bv members of Con gress interested in the drafting of new legislation along tne lines or immigra tion. Mr. Husband is well known among the members of social and economic so cieties in this city and elsewhere and is serving his seeond'year as president of the ermont Aenociatuon of the dis trict of Columbia, in which capacity he has instilled new life in the associa tion. Mrs. Husband and son, Richard, will soon leave for Raton, X. M.. to remain with Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Staples, for merly of St. Johnsbnrv, who are now i located there, during Mr. Husband's so journ abroad. As an indication of the growing popu larity of Vermont and vicinity as a summer vacation resort for Washington people, it is noted m a Washington pa per, which recently printed a list of the clergymen of the city who are plan ning on leaving the city for the summer, that four have selected the ureen Moun tain state or its immediate vicinity as fitting place to pass the summer j months. Rev. Hermon S. Pinkham, pas tor of the Immanuel Baptist church, w ill go to t hittendon, Kev. Uillard (i. lav-1 enport has not designated a definite lestination, although lie will seek ' his field in Vermont, Key. George S. Dun can will spend his time at i-ake l ham- plain end Lake George resorts, and Rev. Or. John Van bcihaick, jr., will go to Cobbleskill, X. Y. Senator Dillingham was one of the guests at an informal Sunday afternoon tea given last Sunday at tbe Montgom ery Country club in honor of ex-Prcs. William Howard latt, wno was nere to attend the meeting of the Lincoln memo rial commission. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results of Yesterday's Games. At Boston Cleveland 0, Boston 5 (l.i innings). Potteries Gregg and Lands Wood, Leonard, Cady anil Carrigan. At Philadelphia St, Louis JS, Phil adelphia 2. Batteries Leverenj:, Stone and Agnew; llouck, Bender, Brown and .Schang. At Washington ' Detroit 11, Washington O. HsCteries Iauss and MrKee; Engel, Gallia, Wilson and Henry. At New York--Ch(eBgo 1. Xew York 0. Batteries Russell and 8c.halk; Fisher, Keating and Gos cett. Standing of the Clubs. Won. Uist. Pet Philadelphia ..... 37 11 .771 Cleveland ...35 15 .700 Chicago 2S 24 .538 Washington ....... 2(1 23 .531 Boston 22 25 Am Detroit 21 32 ,3 St. Louis 21 35 .375 w York li 38 .234 London, June 12. The Vienna Neues Abendblatt states that Bulgaria yester day replied in the affirmative to the telegram from the emperor of Russia asking the Bulgarian government to sub mit its dispute with Servia to arbitra tlion. According to the Reiohepost, the emperor of Kussia s telegram urging ar Duration on uulgaria and tservia, also requested as a preliminary condition that the two countries should demobilize their armies. The great powers are exerting every etlort to prevent tne Balkan states from living at each others throats and, re ports from Vienna Indicate, with tome success. Kussia and Germany particii arlv are busy counselling peace and moderation and the French government is supporting them and as the principal creditor, is giving both Kervia and Bul garia clear warning .that in event of war no financial assistance will be forth coming either before or after hostilities, Since Servia. 'has definitely declared that she will avoid all provocations towards Bulgaria, even should the latter refuse revision of the treaty of alliance and will wait before proclaiming annexation of the occupied territories and since Bul garia has also expressed readiness to do everything possible to maintain peace, it is still hoped that war may be avert ed. The Xeue Frie Presse iearns that Dr. Dnneff shortly will form a new cabi net at Sofia, no military reasons for fur ther delay existing as the Bulgarian army is ready for action on the Servian and 'Macedonian frontiers. A Bucharest . des-patch to the Daily Telegraph says that if war occurs, Rou mania will mobilize Jicr army but at present has no understanding with sny of the alKes. The official Mir oftksially says that the Servians want war and that, this being so, no middle course is open to Bulgaria, which mut demand the immediate evacuation of the terri tories in the uncontested rone while awaiting the judgment of the arbitrator and must send to all parts of the dis pitted tone as many troops as the Ser vians have there. When you need a new pair of Shoes, just re member that there is real shoe comfort and satisfaction waiting for you here the kind of, wear you want, the style you like, and the shape that will fit your feet. Regals have won first place in Barre, as every where, and that is why we sell them. MOORE & OWENS, BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS 122 No. Main St., Barre, Telephone 66-W IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS William Sullivan was recently elected to captain the baseball team at Dean Academy for next spring. Sullivan comes from Holyoke, Mas., and gradu ates from the school this spring, lie will probably take a pout-graduate course next year, ji is said wiai oe also considered entering the University of Vermont next fall. "Larry" Gardner, the Boston third Backer, saw him in ac tion a short time ago and told him that he had a stronger arm than any first baseman in the American league. Sulli vsn plays first base snd his work dur ing the past year has been phenomenal. lie has hit for well over .400. Claude Rogman, the former Cleveland firt baseman, is considered one of the best hitters in the American associa- ion this season. He has been hitting for 308 to date. Bridgeport is leading the Eastern as-! sociation in batting this season and Xew j Haven cops the honors for flelning, athletic pitcher, is one of the genuine comebacks of the year. Morgan is now in the minors and pitching for Kanas City, where he is showing such a won derful reversal of form that Mack is : trying his utmost to reclaim him for the White Elephants. Abel Kiviat, the Xew York runner, is the one man that American athletic followers are looking to to accomplish the feat of trimming John lPaul Jones' time of 4 m 14 2-5 seconds for the mile. Kiviat is a wonderful runner and has iad great experience. His hopes remain in his training for the feat. Keviat has never trained diligently for anv of his races, hut says that he intends to in order to achieve this honor. Altixer, the former CJiicago player, is now leading the American assucation In ftolen liases. He has stolen sixteen bases to date. Outfielder Magec of the Lowell eliib is again lending the Xew England le.igiie v.ho are banging the ball consistently for .421. There are several other New England leaguers, who are banging the ball for over .300, among whom are Jake HaMein, the former Vermont player. Joe Jackson savs: ''When I go up against an ordinary pitcher, one whom PARCEL POST C 0. D. Mrs. Barlow Wins. West Xewton. Ms June 12 Main taining a lead from the start, Mrs. Kon IJ H. Barlow of the Merion Cricket c'uh, Philadelphia., completed yeterdsy QCfuI drfrnse of her two year t.lV as rbampioa of the Woman's East era Golf association. The Washington Herald in a recent editorial commenting upon Secretary Mc Adoo's proposal to Congress to postjione the action of the president lookling to the consolidation of customs districts in the several states in accordance with the order issued bv President Taft at the lust session of Congress, until Jan. 1, 1!U4, is inclined to give Senator Dil lingham the credit for being the only opponent to the Curtis plan of consoli dation to win his point in regard to the consolidation of customs districts as it affected the situation in a single state. The Herald says: "During the Taft administration the treasury department proposed to abolish all collectors hips, except one in practi cally every state, and to make each port subordinate to one central port. The plan waa blocked by members of Con gress protesting against any changes in their own territory. 1 hey believed it to be in the interest of economy and efficiency, but It tmd one little flaw: 'It nkt things wrong in their own states. The protest became so vociferous that President Taft gave a hearing to the congressional critics, but yielded only at one point. Senator Dillingham of V er mont convinced him that the Grevn , Mountains so divided his home, state thst the people could not pet from the esst to the west, and vice versa, except in aeroplane, and Senator Dillingham aas allowed two collectors." Senstor Dillinghsm is inclined to think, however, that whst saved the two collectorships for Vermont wsa the ar- NATIONAL LEAGUE Results of Yesterday's Games. At St. Iuis Boston 5, St. Louis 3. Batteries Perdue and' Rariden; (Inner, Sallee, McLean, and Wingo. At Chicago Xew York 5, Chi cago 3 (10 innings). BattertVs From me and Meyers; Smith and Archer. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 2. Blitteries Ben ton and Clarke; Mayer, Moore and Killifcr. . At Pittsburg Pittsburg 11, Brooklvn 3. Batteries OToole ami Obson; Stack, Yingling, Keut and .Miller. Standing of the Clubs. Won. Lost. ret. Philadelphia 2!) 13 .000 Xew York ... 23 19 MH Brooklyn 23 21 J35 Chicago 24 21 .500 Pittsburg 21 24 .WM) St, Iuis ... 22 27 .4411 Roeton 19 25 .432 Cincinnati 18 31 Ml Ticket for Advice i SIcfcneM, hwdaeh. dlni-imar 1 safest dinfma hUuc f iwifra. tapeworm. TUUttdtlt, baa nth th e row STapewormn pp than pala, ItlSsHsl E rawing pin In ttmnvh. oat Inn, faaittra. irwpnr, (Oso h .omtBtEtr mov- Anfrnm, Main Instructions for Handling Packages Is sued to Postmasters Yesterday. Washington, June 12. Instructions to ostmasters were issued yesterday for andling of C. O. I). parcels post pack ages, i tie regulations win De enective July I. . Charges on packages will be collected from addresses on and after that date, provided the amount on a single parcel does not exceed $100. The fee for collection will be ten cents in parcel post stamps, to be afixed by the sender. ' This fee also will insure the package against loss to the actual value of the contents not exceeding foO. T he sender will get a receipt showing the amount to be collected ,the amount also appearing on a tag attached to the package. fhe addressee will receipt for the pack age on the tag, which will serve as an application for a money order. C. O. D. parcels may be accepted for mailing by rural carriers, and will be de- ivered by. city and rural carriers and special delivery messengers. Such pack ages will not be mailable dither to the Philippines or to the canal zone. lienjamin Xeal of Varte, Me., was I can hit with mv eves shut, he pawes RENTS FOR POST OFFICES Bourne Finds Failure to Charge $5,500,- 000 Rental. Washington, June 12". Rental charges cf spproximately $o,6O0,000 should be made against the postal service for the use of space in federal buildings throughout the country, according to former Senator Jonathan Bourne, jr., chairman of the congressional commis sion investigating matters of railway mall pay and seooml-class postage. In a statement yesterday Mr. Bourne said had been the practice when a city poet office was moved from rented quart ers into a new federal building to cease rnarging any rent against the postal service. t)n the strength of informa- ion he had secured from custodians of 11 federal buildings Senstor Bourne es- imated the rental space is worth $5.- 1 4.7n7. and that this sum should be di- ectly charged to the rental fund of the post office department. elected captain of Exeter baseball team for next season. Xeal will be a senior next season and has played on the base ball team every year during his course at the Xew Hampshire school. Besides being a baseball player he is a gridiron sur and a track man. Lawrence Williams of Chicago, 111., for onveral seasons a member of the track team, has been elected to captain Exe ter's track squad for 11)14. Jack Pfeffer, the former Cub and Brave pitcher, is making a creditable showing this spring with Lynn in the Xew England league. He is rated as one of the best twirlers in that circuit. When Yale university defeated Prince ton on Monday it was the first time since 1805 that a Xew Haven aggrega tion of ball players had conquered the 1 igers in two straight games, it was also the first time in four years that Yale has won the annual spring aeries from Princeton. After winning ten straight victories Falkenburg, tbe elongated t wirier of the Cleveland and Xaps, fell before the onslaughts of the Boston Red Sox. The Cleveland man is looked upon this sea son as one of the big stars of the Ameri can league -and with him and Yean Orcftg Cleveland is expected to make a strong fight for first place. Walter Maranvilleen, the diminutive shortstop of the Boston Xationals, who has been in ma lor league company lor two seasons, made his first home run on Monday against the (St. Louis cards. Joe Jackson, the big Cleveland hitter, lias made thirteen triples, seventeen double and two home runs this season. And It was mostly with men on bases that "Shoestring Joe" connected for these extra cushion drives. Cy Morgan, the former Red Sox and tracks. me if there is any one on bases. So, the only chance I have to get hits, is when there is no one on or whin one of the stars of the league is in the box. I think the big leagues ought to pass a rule either fortiidding the passing of a batter purposely or to let each runner on the sacks advance a base. That would prevent their passing tne w'ith a man on third." Keating, Fisher, McConnell and Ford are pitching some of the best ball of their careers, but they are receiving lamentable weak support from the Xew York club in hitting. The general opin ion is that Boston, the player received from Chicago, is a fizzle and that Zeider is a plum. Wlalter O'Keefe, the former BurEing ton hig'h school athlete, wlho has played for the past few seasons on the baseball team at Lehigh university, has been elected to captain the team next season. O'Keefe is a third baseman and has an enviable record since his advent to the Pennsylvania school. After leaving Bur lington and previous to entering Lehigh he played at Lawrence academy, Groton, Mass. Last summer he played independ ent ball in the Twin State league. J.mmy (. allahnn has at present an ar ray of five pitchers, wvo are going at top notch form. They are Walsh, Scott, Russell. Cicotta and 'White. Whlsh is just recovering his form, following a hard cold. Manager Callahan intends to finish with his club well at the top of tne league. Twelve trotting horses were destroyed by fire which broke out Sn the stable o Richard MoOormick at Chester, X. Y., this week. The barn and its content were destroyed. Among the iist of fcorsee were many well known on the Americas i t-JD BREAKING SUBMARINE RECORD New American Craft Under Water for - More Than Thirty Hours Long Beach, Cel., June 12. Pix men. sealed up in a new type submarine boat, surpassed the suhraergency endurance record on the floor of the ocean off here 1 TM . J 1- i S - I rin u j. jurr wriifc uuwn i ufraij I Hn Mz-.f Pi if V.,, morning st five o'clock and in a message 1-fO lOL rill 1 OUn telegraphed shortly before noon over a I ! marine cable loading to shore declared CASTOR I A Ptr Tafants and Children. Furs Away jbut have them repaired! during the dull season atj I special prices and stored! j free of charge until falL REMODELING AND REDYEING A SPECLVLTY that they expected to remain down until five this afternoon The old record was established in lf07 by the I nited States submarine (kv topus, which remained under water tenty-four hours. The boat which has established the new record differs from other types in having gasoline motors which by a pris! exhaust device are Mf to run while the yeswt is sub merged without polluting the air for the crew. Old A(e Is Waiting fr us all and we cannot brgin too earlv Hie Kind Ycd Hare AIwsjx Bcught J L STECKOLCHICK IttrSZX l,tni Bears the Bi gnat a re of i lf....r . ; ZTdlc&U 5 STATE ST. MONTPELIER, VT.J g verv purpne. stxnsl LJte Ins, of Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. RsMsnl. grnrl sgrnt, Lawrence twddirr, XVnt- l peter, Vt. Nothing Can Keep Fresh After It Is Cut Up You can't expect the chopped-up tobacco that comes in packages to be fresh, because it has been chopped up too long a time. Most of the natural moisture and flavor escapes from the small particles of tobacco before they are put in the package. By the time you smoke them, they are so dry that they burn fast and bite your tongue. All the flavor and fragrance of the tobacco is pressed into the Sickle Plug and held there by nature's own covering the natural leaf wrapper. When you whittle a pipeful off the plug you get fresh tobacco slow burning, eoo-smoking, rich and sweet. You don't pay for a package don't waste any tobacco and get more tobacco for your money. Buy some Sickle at your dealer's today. You'll find the Sickle way is the only way to get a satisfying smoke. 3 Ounces c3s. Slice it as 10c sswssfehw youuss s '-in 1