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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, DECE3IBER 19, 1913.
8 :: tt tt tt it tt tt :: tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt t: u it tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt anta Glaus' .He adquarlers We have supplied your wants in the past. To-day we are better than ever prepared to please you. We have sold Candy that is always reliable, pure, sweet 'and wholesome. We have the finest line of Fancy Boxes ever shown before in the city, suitable in size, quality and price to suit young and old. . . ' Ribbon Candy, made fresh hourly ..15c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c Mixture Candy. . . . 10c lb., or 3 lbs. for 25c American Mixed, 10 flavors '.. . .13c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c French Mixture ...15c lb., or 2 lbs. for 25c Assorted Chocolates ..........20c lb., or 3 lbs. for 50c Extra Fine Mixture.................. 20c lb., or 3 lbs. for 50c OUR 25c LINE OF CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS IS A GREAT FAVORITE WITH MANY FIVE POUNDS FOR $1.00 Call at our store and see the largest, best, and most complete line of Fresh-Made Candies in the city. The Barre Candy Kitchen JOHN MASCOTT, Proprietor Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUINIXE. Look for the signature of K. W. GROVE. Cures A. cold in one day, cures grip .in two days. 25c. Advt. Wilson Will Take Action. Washington, Deo. 19. An investiga tion of the travesties of the administra tion's Philippine policy at a recent din ner of the Military Order of the Cara- Diamonds at all Prices, Bracelet Watches and a large variety of all the leading makes of Watches for ladies and gen tlemen. Cut Glass and Silver Articles selected s with great care. We invite your inspection. Open Every Evening WAYNE M. REED, Jeweler Montpelier Vermont "Gifts That Are Different" bao will result in some action by the president. This announcement last'nighi caused a feeling of apprehension in military and naval circles. LANDERS' CIGAR STORE 91 NO. MAIN STREET CHRISTMAS GIFTS No finer compliment can be paid a friend than the pres ent of a box of our Cigars Holiday Boxes of 12, 25, 50 and 100 ranging in price from 50c to $4.00 Also a Fine Line of Pipes LADY CLERK FOR HOLIDAY TRADE LANDERS' CIGAR STORE 9a NO. MAIN STREET tt Christmas Savings Club for 1914 Mow Open! You Will Need Money for Christmas HERE IS AN EASY WAY TO GET IT. A SURE WAY TO HAVE IT. " - . . Join Our Christmas Savings Club Which Starts December 29th. In Class 1, pay lc the 1st week, 2c the 2d week, 3c the 3d week, 4c the 4th week, 5c the 5th week, 6c the 6th week, and so on for 50 weeks, and two weeks before Christmas we will mail you a check for $12.75 with interest at 2 per cent; Or in Class 2, pay 2c the 1st week, 4c the 2d week, 6c the 3d week, and so on, and we will mail you a check two weeks before Christmas for $25.50 with interest at 2 per cent. j Or in Class 5, pay 5c the 1st week, 10c "the 2d week, 15c the 3d week, and so on, and we will mail you a check two weeks before Christmas for $63.75, with interest at 2 per cent. - You May Reverse the Order of Payments if You Wish to Do So For instance, in Class 1, going up, the payments start with lc and end with 50c. If you desire to do so, you may start with 50c the first week and pay lc less every week until the last week's payment will be 1 cent. You may do the same in other classes. Payments Must Be Made Every Week, or May Be Made in Advance Can you think of an easier way to provide money for Christmas presents ?. Join yourself get everyone in the family to join. Show this to your friends and get them to join. , Everybody is Welcome to Join The Christmas Savings Club opens Dec. 29, but owing to the fact that we expect to double the number of accounts we had last year, we have decided to open the Club now, and we urge you to call in any day this week and let us get your account started, as we can serve you better than if you wait until the last day when the rush is on. Call to-day and let us show you our new plans for 1914. MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS A MERRY ONE. Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8 o'clock Howland Bldgn Barre, Vt. a a a a a a a a a a a ft a a a a . a a x: a a a a a a a .tt a a i: a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a ti a DON'T LET YOUR HAIR : SPOIL YOUR GOOD LOOKS Take the right care of your hair, and instead of spoiling your good looks, it will improve them. You can't beautify your hair with barrettos, ribbons and such things. Knick-knacks make home ly hair look even worse, because the contrast shows off its ugliness to greater effect. If you want beautiful hair soft, silky, lustrous and glossy use Har mony Hair Ueautifler, a dainty, liquid hair dressing. Use it also if you want your hair to go into place in wavy, graceful fashion more easily, and stay where you put it. It overcomes the un pleasant, oily odor with a delightful rose fragrance. Very easy to apply simply sprinkle a little on your hair each time before brushing it. Contains no oil ; will not change color of hair, nor "darken gray hair. To keep hair and scalp dandruff-free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This pure liquid shampoo gives an instantane ous rich lather that immediately pene trates to every part of hair and scalp, insuring a quick, thorough cleansing. Washed off just as quickly, the entire operation takes only a few moments. Contains nothine that can harm the hair; leaves no harshness or stickiness' just a sweet cleanliness. Both preparations come in odd shaped, very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair Ueauti fler, $1.00. Harmony Shampoo, 50c. Both guaranteed to satisfy you in every way, or your money back. Sold in this community only at our store The Rex all Store one of the more than 7,000 leading drug stores of the United States, Canada and Great Britain, which own the big Harmony laboratories in Boston, where the many celebrated Harmony Perfumes and Toilet Preparations ar made. Red Cross Phfrmacy, iloyd G. Russell, Prop.,, 160 North Main street, Barre, vt. Atfvt. NEW REVOLT IN MEXICO Movement Headed by Go mez, Felix Diaz, Orozco and Salazor BRYAN DENIES NEW NOTE Such Action by U. S. Is Not Even Contemplated, He Declares DISCRIMINATION IS ALLEGED Nebraska Shippers of Granite from Ver mont Are Given Hearing. Lincoln, Xeb, Dec. 19. Charges of dis crimination against Nebraska shippers of granite from Vermont were made at a hearing begun here yesterday before E. II. Henderson, special examiner for the interstate commerce commission. The railroads, complained of are the Central Vermont, Lake bhore, Michigan Central, brand Inink of Canada, Rock Island and the Chicago, Burlington & Ouincy. J he Nebraska commission joins the complaint. The allegations are for over charges on all Nebraska shipments of granite running ssuu 10 $uuu a canoaa. tour representatives of the defendant railroads are attending the hearing. El Paso, Tex., Dec. 19. Announce ment of a brandhew Mexican revolu tion, entirely independent of the Car-ranza-Villa movement, created a sensa tion here yesterday. It is headed by Kiuilio Vasquez Gomez, Felix Diaz and Generals Orozco and Salazar, and its troops are made up of former federals and scattered bands that have not been allied with the Huerta or Carranza fac tions. Orozco and Salazar have been Huerta supporters and control an army of 4,000. This accounts for the recent break at Ojinaga beaween these two generals and General Mereado, former military gov ernor of Chihuahua state. The leaders of the new movement as sert that Gen. Sinilio Zapata, in south ern Mexico, will soon join forces with them. Before leaving for the front, south of Ojinaga, the federals, who have been seeking a haven in Ojinaga from the Villa rebels, fired across the line at In- dio, 22 miles from Presidio, Wednesday and killed a horse on the American side. There were no Americans at this point as the border patrol does not ex tend that far. Had there been patrol troops of United States soldiers they would have been killed, as the volley swept the brush -for a distance of a mile on the American side. No reason other than anti-American feeling can be given for the firing into the United States. BRYAN DENIES NEW NOTE. NABBED AS TRAIN WRECKERS. Two Men Arrested on Charge of Derail ing Lake Shore Express. Cleveland, O., Dec. 19. Two men were arregted in the railroad yards here yes terday on the charge of being concerned in the wreck of the Lake Chores Jew England express at Wiekliffe last Fri day night, when the president, A. H. Smith, of the New York Central lines, was a passenger on the train. lbe railroad detectives who made the arrest declare that the two prisoners are member of a gang who not only wrecked the New England express but , also attempted to wreck the St. Louis express at lanndale last Saturday aft ernoon and murderously attacked John Kasamer, a Big Four detective, in the yards here Wednesday night. ROOSEVELT HUNTS IN BRAZIL. Such Action by United States Not Even Contemplated. Washington, Dec. 19. Secretary ol State Bryan yesterday positively denied that any new note has been sent to the Huerta government in Mexico. The secretary insisted that not only had no fresh communication been sent, but that none is even under contemplation at the state department. JUDGMENT IS CONFIRMED. Making Short Trip After Jaguar and Wild Boar. Rio Janeiro, Dec. 19. Colonel Theo dore Roosevelt and party on their ar rival at Corumba were warmly received by the civic authorities and the people. lbe president of tbe municipality greet ed Colonel Roosevelt, expressing the sat isfaction of the people of Corumba at the honor of the visit. .Later the .Roose velt partv left on a hunt in a nearby jungle. The colonel has been obliged to abandon his proposed visit to Luyaba, but has accepted an invitation to join in a jaguar and wild boar hunt for which preparations had already been made. The president of Matto Grosso will join Colonel Roosevelt on Dec. 21. Prior to hu departure for San Luis de Caceres, the ex-president will make an inspection of the various industries of the fields, and then will set out on his journey into the interior. All the members of the expedition are in the best of health. Hatters' Union Mast Pay Loewe & Co $232,130 and Costs. New York, Dec 19 The United States court of appeals yesterday decid ed the famous Danbury hatters case in favor of D. i.. Loewe 4 Co., plaintiff, against the United Hatters of North America. The court affirmed the judgment Jn favor of Loewe and against the hatters' organization for $252,130. With interest and costs the judgment now amounts to f 272,000. Judge Coxe declared it was no longer debatable that the anti trust act is ap plicable to such combinations as are al leged in the complaint and that the act made no distinction between classes of combinations or individuals. It was shown the United Hatters re solved to unionize the factory of the plaintiffs' and that the plaintiffs' em ployes were directed to go on strike in 1902. It is claimed immediately a boy cott was established. Judge Coxe said in his finding no one disputes the proposition that labor unions are lawful. All must admit they are not only lawful but highly beneficial when legally and fairly conducted, but like all other combinations irrespective of their objects and purposes they must obev the laws. The plaintiffs alleged the boycott was in violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. SHOOTS HIS NINE-DAY BRIDE. HANDS BAD WITH SALT RHEUM Small Water Pimples on Fingers. Itched and Burned. Painful and Sore Cracks. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured in a Month. John F. Conrad, Salesman, Killed Wife Who Threatened to Leave Him. Indianapolis, Ind Dec. 19. John F, Conrad, a salesman, shot and fatally wounded Mrs. Catherine Conrad, 19, his bride of nine days, at their apartment yesterday. While waiting for the police Conrad wrote to his mother, who lives in Toledo, the story of the crime. Conrad told the police he shot his wife because she had threatened to leave him. He blamed the girl's sister, Mrs. William E. Aiken, of this city, for the trouble. Just before being taken to the police station, Conrad went to the bed where his wife lay and begged her forgiveness. "Go away," exclaimed the girl. "If I am to die, I never want to see you again. My love has turned to hate." 3 HUSBANDS IN 4 MONTHS. Brooklin." Me, "A few years ago my hands were very badly afflicted with salt rheum. At first there was an eruption of email water pimples on tbe Inside of the fingers, and by not paying any attention to the humor my hands gradually became worse and began to itch and bum and one after another cracks appeared around the nails, on the inside of the Angara and on the bend of the joint until I was discouraged, as they were very painful and sore. I bad to omit work that required putting my hands In water and could hardly work at all on account of the bleeding cracks. "I finally procured some Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and I found by washing my hands In quite warm water and Cuticura Soap that they were Improving. I began wrapping my fingers nightly In pieces of soft linen, after a good applxatlon of Cuti cura Ointment which was very soothing. In a month my hands were completely cured and I have never been afflicted with the trouble since.'" (Signed) Mrs. C. L. Farter. Nov. 22, 1912. When you buy a fine toilet soap think of the advantages Cuticura Soap possesses over the most expensive) toilet soap ever madsw In addition to being absolutely pure and rs- freshlngly fragrant, it is delicately yet effoo tlvely medicated, giving you two soaps in one. a toilet and a skin soap at one price. Sold throughout the world. Sample of each mailed free, with 32-p, Skin Book. Ad dross post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T. Boston. M"Men who shave and shampoo with Cu SicuraSusa will Audit best for skin and scalo. An Oregon Woman Keeps Divorce Court Grinding Overtime. Eugene, Ore., Dec 19. Three different husbands within four months 111 days to be exact is the record of Mrs. David A. Ames of this city. Granted a divorce last Friday, she procured a mar riage license Saturday and was married the next day. Lp to July, 1912, she was Miss An nie Jehneon. At that time she was married to Ambrose Anway, -from whom she secured a divorce Aug. 20, 1013, on the ground she could not get along with her husband. Ten days later she was married to O. D. Dalton, and five weeks after that, claiming Dalton sought her property, not her love, ahe sought an other divorce, which was granted on Dec. 12. ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP JAIL. Wall of Halloway Attacked by Suffra gettes, It Is Believed. London, Dec 19. An attempt, at tributed to the suffragettes, was made last night to blow up a part of the southeast wall of Halloway jail- I he wall was attacked near the cells where the suffragettes usually are con fined. The jail itself was undamaged. It is believed this was in revenge for the alleged forcible feeding of Rachel Peace, who is serving 18 months for arson. f AFTER SICKNESS OR OPERATlS It is a pathetic mistake to accept drags or alcoholic mixtures when nature craves nourishment to repair the wasted body and restore the vigor of health' For forty years the best physicians have relied! on the wholesome predigested nourishment in SCO ITS EMULSION which is totally free from alcohol or opiates, Scott's Emulsion sharpens the appetite -renews blood nourishes nerves strengthens bonea and restores the courage of health to make life bright. Soott's Emulsion sets in action the very forces that promote I IS-12S health. Its purity. richness and strength '- has stood the test .fVg-; 1 of forty years. Headcuiaarfers i . In Barre and Vicinity for Diamonds , : Watches Zings Pendants Bracelet Watches Opera and Field Glasses Dressing Sets Manicure Sets Silk Umbrellas Clocks Fountain Pens Pure Silver 1847 Rogers' Ware Hawkes Cut Glass Silver Deposit Ware 114 North Main Street j Good Values at Lvon's mr in Christmas Goods Best Florida Oranges, per dozen. ... .25c, 30c and 33c 16 Florida Oranges for ................... 25c Fancy Navel Oranges, per dozen . . 30c, 40c Florida Grape Fruit -. . .6 for 25c Bright Grape Fruit, each 5c Fancy Table Raisins, per lb. 20c Blue Ribbon Raisins, per lb .13c, 2 lbs. 25c Not a Seed Raisins, per lb f . . . .13c, 2 lbs. 25c Fancy Figs, 1-lb. boxes 20c Best H. Dates 10c Hawe's Cranberries, fancy stock 2 lbs. 25c Mixed Peel, per lb. , 25c Naple Walnuts, the best, per lb ...20c and 23c Mixed Nuts, per lb. 20c Best Ribbon Candy : 2 lbs. 25c Old-Fashioned Chocolates, per lb'. ......... 20c Social Whirls, per lb 25c A nice supply of all kinds of Cheese. A fresh supply of "Our Oysters"; also Berwick Cakes, varieties: Light and Dark Fruit, Nut, Glaced, Citron, Raisin, Lady, Oriental, Lemon, Gold, Sponge and Plain Poun4. Get our prices on Canned Goods. We carry the best brands. No. 126 North Main St., Barre, Vt. 76th SaturdaySale, Dec. 20 Something for the Children for Christmas BSeck aras Teaches the child to draw, write and print. See them in the window. One to a customer Sale Starts at 1 O'clock Reynolds & Son Hardware, Quarry and Mill Supplies Barre, Vermont