Newspaper Page Text
THE BAIiRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, 25, 1913.
3 MM You have only to wipe vour dishes when you let them practically wash themselves with GOLD DUST A labor-saverjor cleaning pots and pans, floors, woodwork and everything. 5c and larger packages. EHIEEFAIRBANK Co"'"! ,. CHICACO "Let the COLO DUST TWINS do your work 30 DAYS FOR BEATING WIFE EVERY DAY FOR 41 YEARS Mrs. Hector Edwards Complains in the Pittsburg Police Court That She Has Suffered 2,080 . . Thrashings. Pittsburg, Nov. 25. -On complaint, of his wife, who declared her husband had beaten her once every week since they were married, a total of 2,080 times, Hector Edwards was sentenced to 30 days in the workhouse at a Sunday ses sion of police, court here. ...... AFTER STORAGE TRUST. Department of Justice Begins Inquiry to Find Reason for High Cost of Eggs. . Washington, Nov. 25.-Agents of the department of justice yesterday began an investigation of the alleged combina tion of cold storage concerns, which At torney General McReynolds says may be responsible for the high price of eggs and other products. If a combination is discovered, criminal prosecution may result. WILSON BUSY ON MESSAGE The Document Will Go to the Printer Today WILL BE READ TO CONGRESS Currency Bill Will Be Prom inent Subject of the Document . PROTECT THE HEART FROM RHEUMATISM RHEUMA Purifies the Blood and Throws Off Complicating Diseases. it jrnivriiiii vs. uiuuu vipduv;d j continued attacks of rheumatism affects the heart and produces complications which result fatally. RHEUM A puts the blood in condition to ward off other diseases and eradicates rheumatic condi tions from the whole system. Recom mended for all forms of rheumatism. 60 cents at the Red Cross Pharmacy. This letter will convince you of its great 'value: . "I was so crippled with sciatic rheu matism I could not walk. Doctors could do nothing for me. After taking three I bottles of RHEUMA, the rheumatism had entirely left me.' Guy Torley, 129 Summit avenue, St. Paul, Minn. Advt. ECZEMA SPREAD TO FACE AND Washington, Nov. 23. President Wil son was placing the finishing touches on his message to congress yesterday, lie hoped to be able to send it to the printer to-day. - . The president will read it in person to a 'joint session of the two houses. He said to callers yeBterday that he will consult the convenience of the leaders in the two houses as to when it will suit them to listen to him. There may be a delay on account of the fact that the extra session will run into the' regular term. The message is to be short. It will deal with the Mexican situation only to the extent of explaining just what has been done up to date. SEEK WANAMAKER IN CUSTOM FRAUD Father Makes Pour-Hour Explanation of the Cases Settled for $100,000. Washington, Nov. 25. Rodman Wana maker, son of John Wanamaker, wealthy New York and Philadelphia merchant, is beins soimht in the customs fraud case which the Democratic administra. tion recently opened, according to au thoritative reports yesterday at the de partment of justice. John Wanamaker, it was learned yes terday, made a four-hour explanation Saturday in an effort to show that there was no "personal guilt" in the cases which he settled for $100,000 in the clos ing days of the Taft administration. His son is now believed to be in Paris and department officials think they could glean valuable information from him if he could be located While believing that in reopening the case it has found strong circumstantial evidence, the government admitted there are few if any witnesses who Can back up its claims. Evidence has come to light showing that dutiable goods were packed in cases of samples which, under the law, were admitted free at Phil adelphia. , The appraisers passed these goods without making personal inspections and relied upon the statements ot the com pany's representatives because of their reputation. The attorney general admitted yester day that the case might be one merely of book-keeping and he declnred that he did not care offhand to condemn a man without a more thorough investigation. John Wanamaker's extensive explana tion of transactions covering 15 years was part of the attorney general's plans for getting the fullest possible explana tion before proceeding further with possible criminal prosecution. THAW MUST PAY EXPENSES. Required To Bear the Cost of Battling Against Extradition. Concord, N. II., Nov. 25. Harry K. Thaw's sojourn in New Hampshire while fighting the attempts of New York state to secure his return will be at his own expense. Such was the order entered yesterday by Judge Aldrich in the federal court in the record of the case in which the New York fugitive appears as petitioner for a writ of habuas corpus. . . M. I. T. Gets $100,000 More. Boston, Nov. 25, A gift of $100,000 to the Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology by the will of Frederick W, Emery of Boston was announced yes terday by President MacLaurin. The money is unrestricted. STICKS TO STORY SHE SLEW FIELD NECK And Ears. Itched and Burned So Scratching Made Sores. Great Disfigurement and Pain. Cuti cura Soap and Ointment Cured. B. F. D. No. 2, Enosburg Falls, Vt " My eczema began by a pimple on my chin. It then spread to my face and neck and ears. The pimples were small and they festered. The , ecsema Itched and burned to I scratched and It made raw sores. On account of the Irritation I could not sleep much. It caused great disfigurement and it caused pain. " I underwent two treat ments but they failed to help me so I took two bottles of blood purifier but got no holp. The trouble had lasted about two months. I then thought I would try Cud cura Soap and Ointment. After using the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment a week my eczema began to heal. I washed the eczema with the Cutlcura Soap and then put on the Cutlcura Ointment. One cake of Cutl cura Soap and one box of Cutlcura Oint ment cured me and at the end of five weeks I did not bare a scar.' (Signed) Miss Mabel Oilman, May 2. 1013. It costs nothing to learn how pure, sweet, effective and satisfying Cutlcura Soap and Ointment are In the treatment of poor com plexions, red, rough hands, itching scalps, dandruff, dry, thin and falling hair, because you need not buy them until you try them. Cutlcura Soap 25c and Cutlcura Ointment 60c are sold everywhere. Liberal sample ot each mailed free, with 33-p. Skin Book. Ad dress post-card " Cutlcura, Dept. T, Boston." JVMen who shave and shampoo with Cu tlcura Soap will find it best for skin and scalp. Mrs. Vera Scott on the Verge of Col lapse From Questioning By Police. Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 5. As the result of the long questioning she has undergone since she told the police and newspapermen Saturday that she had shot and killed Marshall Field, jr., in Chicago several years ago, Mrs. Vera Scott, formerly Mrs. Vera Prosser, is on the verge of collapse. Sedatives were given her by the police surgeons. The detectives who have questioned her are admittedly puzzled. Although she has constantly contradicted herself regarding details of her story, she has stuck to the essential assertion that she slew Field during a quarrel in a notori ous resort in Chicago. She is held under a charge of vagran cy. The details of hear story have been telegraphed to the Chicago police, who have made no reply as yet. BISHOPS SCORE CARNEGIE. Plan To Secularize Colleges Is Called "Crime Against Civilization." Atlanta, GaM Nov. 25. Bishop War ren Candler of the southern Methodist church and Bishop Allison Knight of the Episcopal church denounce Andrew Car negie and his associates for "attempt ing' to secularize the church colleges of the United States. "The skilfully devised scheme of Mr. Carnegie and those who act with him to secularize education in the United States is something worse than a blun der," said Bishop Candler. "It is a crime against civilization, or it would be if the effort could be successful; but it is absolutely certain that the efforts of these gentlemen will never succeed. Car negie will find he cannot bribe religion out of the church colleges; moreover, the schools of the churches are going to be more pronouncedly reljgious than ever in their history. The "antics of a Jew pert professors who talk of 'broad ness and literalism' will be stopped." Bishop Knight's Sermon was on the same lines, and he bitterly criticised Trinity, Hobart and other Kpiscopal col leges which have accepted Carnegie's money, INDIANAPOLIS CHIEF RESIGNS. WOMAN SUFFERED TEN YEARS FronNervousness Caused by Female Ills Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Auburn, N. Y. "I Buffered from nervousness for ten years, and had such organic pains that sometimes I would lie in bed four days at a time, could not eat or Bleep and did not want anyone to talk to me or bother me at all. Some times I would suffer for seven hours at a time. Different doc tors did the best they could for me until four months .ago I began giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound a trial and now I am in good health." Mrs. William H. Gill, IS Pleasant Street, Auburn, New York. "Doctor's Daughter Took It." St Cloud, Minn. "I was so run down by overwork and worry that I could not stand it to have my children talk aloud or walk heavy on the floor. One of ny friends said, 'Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for I know a doc tor's daughter here in town who takes it and she would not take it if it were not good. I sent for the Compound at once and kept on taking it until I was all right" Mrs Bertha M. Quickstadt, 727 6th Avenue, S., St Cloud, Minn. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound may be relied upon as the most efficient remedy for female ills. Why don't you try it? ASKS FOR HIGHER RATES Plear by Railroad Men Be fore the Interstate Com merce Commission INQUIRY ON A GENERAL INCREASE Cost of Living Much Higher for the Rail roads - Efyifi Wherever there is . Pain apply aa - AfllIccEi PLASTER The World's Greatest External Remedy. helps to women's comfort, physical well-being, and beauty sure to pro mote healthy, natural action of the organs of digestion and elimination the tonic, safe and ever reliable ILLS Th terfrt Salt of Any Medioins in tin World flola rarywasr. boiM, lOc 25c Superintendent of Police Leaves Office When Board Exonerates Patrolmen. Indianapolis, Ind., Xov. 25. Superin tendent of .Police ilartin J. Ilyland re signed yesterday, when the board of public works exonerated the 30 patrol men whom Hyland Jiad charged with in subordination for refusing to ride on street cars during the recent street car strike. Captain George V. Coffin was named acting superintendent of police by Mayor Shank. BRITAIN SENDS ANOTHER SHIP. Gunboat Sails from Vancouver for Mexi can Waters. Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 23. The Brit ish gunboat Shearwater left Esquimault Harbor yesterday for Mexican waters, where, with the British sloop of war Algerine, which left last Friday, she will be able to give protection to Brit ish subjects if they require it. The two gunboats will remain in Mex ican waters until the present difficulties are-eettled. How to Make Better Cough Syrup than Vou Can Buy Family Supply Savins' and I'ully Guaranteed. 2 J. Washington, Xov, 25. That the rail roads of the country have felt the bur den of the increased cost of living, like all other enterprises or individuals, "but unlike all others have not been permit ted so far. to raise their prices or ad just their charges in recognition of that burden," was the declaration of Daniel Willard, president of the -Baltimore 4. Ohio railroad, arguing yesterday before the interstate commerce commission for authority to increase freight rates ap proximately five per cent in the territory east of the Mississippi and north of the Ohio and Potomac rivers. Referring to the refusal of the com mission in 1010 to grant a 10 per cent increase and the promise to re-investigate the rate question in the future should conditions warrant it, Mr. Wil lard asserted that operntion of the rail roads during the last three years was hot such as to inspire confidence ot" private capital or encourage the sup port of private enterprise. "It is respectfully submitted, he con tinued, "that there is at this time, no more important question before the peo ple, nor one the correct solution of which will do more to stimulate healthy commercial activity and promote indus trial growth. It is a mistake to think that the problem is merely a question of divi dends to railroad stockholders, although that feature is, of course, involved. The problem in a broad and true sense af fects all interests, and the outcome of this particular case whichever way it is cided will mark an epoch, because it will, in effect, very largely determine whether we shall, as in the past, con tinue to look to private capital and pri- j vate enterprise for our transportation requirements, or to lie compelled finally to accept the only alternative possible. Arguments on behalf of tho Central i Freight association lines, which take in I lines from Buffalo and Pittsburg west j (o St. Louis, were presented by Frederic I . Delano of Chicago, president of the ; Wabash railway. "The evidence." said Mr. Delano, "will show that the lines in Central Freight association territory are confronted with the expenditure in the near uture of millions of dollars in the Reparation of grades in various cities on which they will receive no adequate return and many of the lines have not the credit to raise this money. "A five per cent increase in rates will not be adequate to meet the demand of the territory. The interests of the peo pie of that rapidly growing and develop ing section of the country, to sny noth ing of the carriers', require in the near future a readjustment of the rates, both freight and passenger, -to a basis which will enable that territory to have good roads and the people to have sufficient nnd adequate service and to progress measurrahly with the other sections of the country. PRIESTS RISK LIVES IN CHURCH FIRE o Most any retailer now sen will you WRIGLEYS mm by the box for 85 (Dents! Carry Out Sacred Vessels Whils of the Faithful Pray in the Street. 600 Kew York, Xov. 25. While 600 faith ful knelt in the emberstrewn street, praying for theirwafety, live priests, one of "whom had just risen from a sick bed, braved flame and smoke early yes terday to rescue the sacred - vessels locked in the tabernacle in St. Mary Star of the Sea Roman Catholic church. A great shout of joy went up as the quintet, their sassocks and faces charred by the heat and flames, staggered out of the burning building with the sacred symbols held high above their heads. " " Heading the priests was Mgr. O'Con nell, 80 years old, .who lor two years has been confined to his bed. The sight of the flames whirling above the church sent him from his room, tottering with weakness, to lead the rescue. The fire damaged the church to the extent of f 10,000. ; WEEK OF MODERATE WEATHER. A full pint of cough syrup as much as you could buy for $2.50 -can easily be made at home. You will find nothing that takes hold of the ordinary cough more quicklv. usually conquering it in side of 24 "hours. "Excellent, too. for spasmodic croup, whooping cough, bron chial asthma and bronchitis. .Mix one pint of granulated suaar with i.J pint of warm water, and stir for 3 minutes. Put 2t ounces of Pinex (fiftv cents' worth) in a pint bottle, then add the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three' hours. This is just laxative enough to help relieve a couch. Also stimulates the appetite, which is usually upset by a cough. The tasto is pleasant. The effect of pine and sugnr syrup on the inflamed membranes is well known. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of Xorway white pine extract, rich in guaiacol and other natural healintr pine elements. Other prepara tions will not 'work in this combination. This Pinex and Suear Svrup remedy has often been imitated, but the old suc cessful mixture has never been equaled. It is now used in more homes than any other cough remedy. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, poes with this preparation. Your druggist baa Pinex, or will et It for you. If not, end to The Plxrex, Co, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Present High Temperatures Will Con tinue East of the Rocky Mountains. Washington, Xov. 25. Several more days of moderate weather with sunshine are in prospect for most of the country east of the Rocky mountains, according to the weather bureau's weekly fore cast. Generally fair weather wilt pre vail for several days cast of the Rocky mountains, and probably well toward the end of the week, ssys the forecast. Temperatures will be moderate over the west central portions and will fall to more normal conditions to 'the east ward, with a decided fall over the north eastern districts. Present pressure indi cates the approach of another disturb ance to the far Northwest, bringing with It rains over the north Pacific states during the early days of the week and probably local snows and rains over the extreme Northwest a day or so later. After the middle of the week these un settled conditions will drift eastward, probably reaching through the Ijtke re gion into the St. Lawrence valley to ward the end of the week. The North western disturbance will be followed by rising pressure and falling temperature, extending eastward to the nortn At lantic states by the end of the week. There are no present indications of any very low temperatures. FOREST RESERVE ASSURED. Federal Government Can uy Land in White Mountains. Concord. K. H. Xot. 2& A vrsjf to This famous confection that's liked everywhere that benefits everyone that's constant delicious and inexpensive aid to teeth. breath, appetite and digestion is now selling for less than a cent a stick by the box! Take it home tonight! It's clean, pure, healthful ifit'sWrigley's CAUTION! The great popularity of the clean, piste, healthful WMULtv's mmnnn is causing unscrupulous persons to wrap rank imitations that are not even real chewing gum so they resemble genuine YVMGLEY'S. The better class of stores will not try to fool you with these imitations. They will be offered to you princi pally by street fakirs, peddlers and the candy departments of some 5 and 10 cent stores. These rank, imitations cost dealers one cent a package or even less and are sold to careless people for almost any price. If you want Wrigley's look before you buy. Get what you pay for. Be SURE it's WRIGLEY'S. We are inserting the above caution solely to protect our customers, who are continually writing us that they have been deceived by imitauons which they purchased thinking they were WRICLEY'S. the creation of a White Mountain for est reservation, sought by the conserva tionists for years, was made clear yes terday by a decision handed down by Judge Aldrich in the United States court here. TJie government may now acquire by legal purchase lands desired to consti tute the reserve. In the decision Judge Aldrich says the government has full power and authority to take by right of eminent domain the lands described in the petition and that it is necessary the United States have ownership of the lands for the protection of the water sheds of navigable streams. The Berlin Mills company, owner of 30,204 acres, is awarded $242,118 under this proceeding. Many more thousands of acres will now be taken in the same way. I r I II I HIIHUMIIll I1IIIIMMMPJIIIIIIIL mm ml, i ii.,. mtm , ''MBIlAHhdUMMMMNHnflHUMHVnMI.BdMnWMMH.HHWUMMMMHWMiBWHHHiHHHH IS i : : : : is j . Vii --fJ.fr-, j.yjF - J " :mi?t ! art 1gg i The Large Ovens Insure Perfect Baking It will take us but two minutes when you call at our store to show you how th simple but original Quaker flue con struction circulates the heat twice around all sides of the oven before it is allowed to pass up the chimney. Do you realize that this means a great saving in coal besides insuring an even oven heat that means perfect results for all baking. If you've had oven troubles we urge you to call at once and see our new Quaker line. ... THE C. W. AVERILL COMPANY Barre, YU