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THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT, SATURDAY, JUI,Y 26, 1913.
GIRL SUFFERED TERRIBLY At Regular Intervals Says Lydia E. Pinkham' Vege table Compound com pletely cured her. Adrian, Texas. "I take pleasure in adding my testimonial to the great list iand hope that it will be of interest to suf fering women. For four years I suffered untold agonies at regular intervals. SSuch pains and cramps, severe chills and sickness at stom ach, then finally hem orrhages until I would be nearly blind. I had five doctors and none of them could do more than relieve me for a time. " I saw your advertisement in a pa per and decided to try Lydia E. Pink ham'8 Vegetable Compound. I took seven boxes of it and used two bottles of the Sanative Wash, and I am, com pletely cured of my trouble. When I began taking the Compound I only weighed ninety-six pounds and now I weigh one hundred and twenty-six pounds. If anyone wishes to address me in person I will cheerfully answer all letters, as I cannot speak too highly 11 f the Pinkham remedies. "Miss Jes- bie Marsh, Adrian, Texas. Hundreds of such letters expressing i eratitu.de for the good Lydia E. Pink- I ham's Vegetable Compound has accom- 1 plished are constantly being received, t proving the reliability of this grand old remedy. If you want special adrice write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confl 1 dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held la strict confidence. l:::Si;:;:i: ::!!!!:-:: hi;;!:;::: PEACE MOVE IN CURRENCY President Wilson Tries Reconcile the Dif . ,ferences to CONFERS WITH INSURGENTS' LEADER He Wouldn't Use Money Trust Finding in Leg ...... islation DANDRUFF COVERED T COLLAR ARRESTED AS KIDNAPPER. Mattiford, Who Eloped From Atlanta, Is Arrested. Boston, July 2(3. John D. Mattiford of Atlanta, Ga., was arrested here yes terday and bcld .for the police of At lanta, charged with kidnapping two chil dren of John A. Bawick. It is alleged Mattiford eloped with Ha wick's wife, who took the two children with her. The local police are seeking Mrs. Ba wick and the children. Mattiford claims they left for Atlanta- two week ago. , FALL OF TORREON CONFIRMED. Constitutionalists at El Paso Get News of City's Capture. El Paso, Tex., July 26. The report of the capture three days ago of the city of Torreon and 1,600 federal soldiers in Coahuila by Mexican renels under Ven ustiano Carranza was confirmed yester day by the constitutionalists here. Washington, July 20. President Wil son endeavored yesterduv tV reconcile differences of opinion among Democrats of the House banking committee on the administration eurrencv bill. . It seemed that the administration sup porters would make an effort to have their bill reported soon with a hoc that the fight on amendments would be set tled in the Democratic caucus. I lie president passed most of the forenoon with Representative Wingo of Arkansas, one of those opposed to certain features or the bill. "The Democrats certainly can and will got together on a bill before long," said Mr. Winso after the conference. The president's conference Thursday niirht with Representative Henry, who has been recommending eertain changes was described yesterday as satisfactory and administration officials optimistic that the differences would be adjusted. The president arranged to see ty'pre sentatives Eagle and Rugsdale Monday They have been prominent in opposition to the ulass bill. It was learned yesterday that the president regards it as inexpedient to in corporate in the bilt findings of the Fujo money trust committee and that he had pointed out the necessity for keeping recommendations' based on these findings separate. Frequent conferences are looked for at the White House early next week with a view to speeding the administra tion bill through the House committee. Chairman Owens of the -Senate bank ing committee said yesterday that on a personal poll of .Senate Democrats he had found forty-seven who favored tak ing up currency refoftn at the present session, and two who favored a recess of Congress and a postponement of ac tion until rail, iwo Democrats were absentond not included. Senator Owen said he had also found six Republicans who favored immediate action. He ex pressed the opinion that differences of opinion in the House committee would not delay the senate a consideration of the hill after tariff revision was dis posed of. Democrats of the House committee re- Scalp Itched and Burned Intensely. Hair Dry and Thin, Kept Falling . Out, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Entirely Cured. 64 Stanwood St., Dorchester, Mass. " For the past few years my scalp was very much affected with dandruff. It would Itch and burn and cause loss of sleep. I found pimples and many sores appearing on my scalp. The Itching and burn ing of the scalp were so In tense that I scratched and thereby oaused the sores to appear. My hair would be dry and thin and would keep falling out gradually, mainly coming out from the top of my head. My coat collar would always be covered with dandruff and as it scaled off It could be soon plainly in my hair. " I tried many remedies but without suc cess. The trouble having lastod for about! fire years I finally purchased a box of Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The flrsfi application of Cuticura Soap and Ointment showed results. The itching stopped and the dandruff had begun to disappear. After washing my head with Cuticura Soap each night for two months and then applying the Cuticura Ointment after my hair was dried I was entirely cured." (Signed Bcr. nard Bresnick, May 17, 1913. For more than a generation Cuticura Soap and Ointment have afforded tho most eco nomical trcatmont for affections of tho skin and scalp that torture, itch, burn, scale, and destroy sleep. Sold everywhere. Sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston." WMen who shave and shampoo with Cu ticura Soap will find it best for skin and scalp. sumed discussion of the so-called insur gent amendments with Chairman Glass endeavoring to press a vote. Repre sentative llulkley believed it would be three weeks before an attempt could be made to conclude consideration of the bill. Representative Wingo, after passing two hours With President Wilson, re turned to the. conference, prepared to in sist upon his amendments. Representa tives Henry and Ragxdile still were de termined to press the insurgent amend ments in caucus if beaten in committee. RAILROAD PEACE IS AGAIN IN PERIL Federal Mediator Calls the Situation at Present a Critical One. New York, July 2, When the federal board of mediation met the managers of the forty-three eastern railroads in the hotel Manhattan yesterday, it was ex pected the outcome would be that , an arbitration agreement would be closed before nightfall. Instead of that, when the two parties separated at 1 o'clock, G. W. W. Hanger of the mediation board said: "The situation is critical. We shali meet the managers again before night, instead of meeting the trainmen as was planned." Under a newly adopted policy of sc cretiveness, he would not say more, but those who have followed the course of the conferences closelv interpreted his remark to mean that the railroads had refused to recede from some important part of the demands they formulated after arbitration was agreed on. It is believed the trainmen, who were much angered when the roads put forward the fresh demands, have delivered some sort of ultimatum and that tho media tors have failed to induce the railroads to make concessions sufficient to bring tho two purties together. The second meeting with the man agers, announced by Mr. Hanger, was the third consecutive meeting with that side, and this indicated to those watch ing the conferences that the stand of the managers was what was troubling the mediators. 7 KtV f-?..i.: i' v.-y .-' DIED FROM INITIATION. Two Men Lose Lives Riding Goat in Se cret Order. Cincinnati, O., July 211. The deaths of Donald Kenney and Christopher (Jus tin during the initiation info the Loyal Order of Moose in Birmingham, Ala., Thursday night probably will result in formal action being taken against the lodge during the meeting of the supreme council in Cincinnati next week. It is stated that the men were given severe electro fchocks while being initiated. They became unconscious and died short ly afterwards. 7 CHINESE PROVINCES REBEL AGAINST YUAN Ten Thousand Irregulars March Against the Army of the North. I'cfiiig, July 20. With seven of the Chinese provinces banded together againfct President Yuan Shi Kai and the Peking government, and more or less general defections in several other prov inces, the rebellion yesterday was ad mittedly a serious one. Advices yesterday from Canton said that a force of 10,000 men had left there to fight the northerners, while the troops under Gen. Lung in Kwang-Si are in sympathy with the revolutionists. The disuCected provinces have a com bined population of more than l.iO.ooo, 000. Dispatches from Shanghai reported that the rebels attacking the arsenal there were being steadily repulsed by the defenders, but it was believed there that Nanking is in the hands of the revolutionists. !.. : - REPUBLICANS FILIBUSTER. Try to Have Debate on Caminetti Case Reopened. Washington. July 2tI.--Nliackled by a Republican filibuster against all busi ness organized to force, a reopening of the debate on the Caminetti case, the House yesterday dragged along through four hours of unnecessary roll calls and finally adjourned until' to-day, bcause enough members to make up a quorum had gone to a baseball game. ? :-!v . i V 2 The Centre of the Works Polarine puts more power in the drive wheels and at the same time greatly reduces friction and wear. It holds its body in any running heat, and burns up cleanly. In barrels and half-barrels gallon and five gallon cans. Use Standard Oil Company' gasoline. For sale by all dealers. STANDARD OIL COMPANY of New York MM NO JURISDICTION. Commission Disclaims Authority in Par cel Pos. Case. Washington, July 2t. Public hearings will not be held by the interstate com merce commission upon the expediency of the changes proposed by the postoflii department in the rates, zone and weights of parcel post matter. In a statement issued yesterday the commis sion says it has no jurisdiction over the compensation paid by the postal service for hauling the mails. In answer to criticisms of ins pro- xed reduction of rates and the increase ot size of parcel po.t packages. Post master Generul Burleson appeared yes terday before the Senate postoflice com mittee with Chairman Clark of the in terstate commerce commission. "I felt that Congress wanted the. post master general to go ahead and improve this service and not to be content with standirrg still," said Mr. Burleson. "Wo are going to make money on this new business and we will le able to make further reductions in rates," Declared Off. Buffalo, X. Y., July 28. The gTand circuit raises, postponed Thursday on ac count of rain, were declared off at noon yesterday by Secretary H. S. Xealy. TO SAVE MILLION ON GARBAGE. New York City Makes Contract to Sell Material. New York, July 26. Xew York City will save more than a million dollars during the next five years by selling its garbage instead of having it carted, away. Commissioner Edwards of th; street department yesterday approved a. contract W which the city will receive for its garbage $(12,500 the first year, $S7.500 the second year, and $112,500 for each of the three succeeding years. The only other bidder charged $130,000 a vear for the same service. I EXE3E3 One Commencing Monday, July 28th Capt Exp OS m C1 .on miaows United 10 NEW NOV ELTY SHOWS 10 Hippodrome Circus, Big Eli Ferris Wheel, Working World, Temple of Mystery Jumping Carousel, Crazy House, Snake Exhibit, Dizzy Ocean Wave Athletic Girls Lady Divers (Hldr otmsar msdals) SPECIAL ATTENTION! - SAM ANDERSON, Middleweight Champion Wrestler ot the world and his athletic show. Mr. Anderson otters a. dollar a minute tor any man that he is unable to throw in live minutes time. 12 ATTRACTION BAND CONCERTS EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING SPECIAL FREE ATTRACTION! Capt. Latlip, King of High Divers, Assisted by "the Lady With the Auburn Hair" Will Leap I From a 95 Foot Ladder Twice Daily, at 4:30 and 10:30 P. M. Admission to the Grotieds FREE Con! eMI Battle .Thursday Eve. 1