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THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BARHE, VT., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1914.
-2 Biliousness .' Is Cured by HOOD'S PILLS 25c. A SOUR STOMACH ' GAS, INDIGESTION (Each 'Tape's Diapepsin"; Digests 3,000 ' Grains Food, Ending Stomach Mis ery in Five Minutes. PRESIDENT FOR REPEAL Will Use Every Legitimate , Influence at His Dis posal to Change If wha you just ate is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of load, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food, or haTe a eeling of dizziness, .heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and stomach headache, you can get blessed relief in five minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula, plainly printed on these fifty cent cases of Tape's Diapepsin, then you will understand why dyspeptic troubles f all kinds must go, and why they re lieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or indi gestion in five minutes. "Pape's Dia , pepsin" is harmless; tastes like candy, though each dose will digest and pre pare for assimilation into the blood all the food you eatj besides, it makes you go to the table with a healthy appe-' tit) but, what will please you most, is that you wtfl feel that your stomach and Intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousness or consti pation. This city will have many "Pape's Dia pepsin" cranks, as some people will call them, but you will be enthusiastic about this splendid stomach preparation, too, if you ever take it for indigestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. . Got some now, this minute, and rid yourself of stomaeh trouble and Indi gestion in five minutes. Advt. PROVISIONS OF PANAMA CANAL ACT Exempting American Coast wise Ships from Pay ment of Tolls There's No Corn That "GETS-IT" Won't Get No More Fussing, Plasters, Salves and ' Corn Pains Try the New Way. ; i "Just look t ths way that corn coma off 1" That's what you'll my when you try wonder ful "GETS-IT" on that corn you'va tried o Ion to pry oft your toe. It's easy to apply "GETS-IT" one, two, three, and it's done I MURPHY TO STICK TO TAMMANY FOR LIFE ' New York Boss Declares That He Will Never (jet Out As Long as He Lives. ' TeW York, Feb. 6. "I intend to stay here as long a I live," said Charles F. Murphy yesterday. By "here" he meant the leadership of Tammany hall. His statement was called forth by an in quiry regarding a report that he intend ed soon to retire and resign the leader ship to a committee of tlirif of his friends. "That is not true," said Mur phy. Thomas F. Foley, the ex-sheriff, named in.thcite rumors as one of the three upon whom the chief intended to drop his mantlo, said: "All this talk is started by outsiders who made failures of themselves in their own little towns and came here to start something. The only way they can be noticed is by try ing to start something against Tam many hall." ' 7 Boston to 'Frisco by Water. Boston, Feb. 6. Plans for a steamship servire to San Francisco through the Panama canal were, made public yester day. The voyage is to take 23 days. Washington, Feb. 6. President Wil son announced yesterday that lie would endeavor to have repealed at the pres ent session of Congress the provisions of the Panama canal act, which exempts American coastwise ships from the pay ment of tolls, tie made .his position clear to callers. 1 The president believes that the Hay- Paunceforte treaty with England guar antees an equity of treatment to all nations in the tolls matter including the United States, and that this country is honor-bound to charge American ves sels the same tolls it imposes upon for eign nations. Senator Gorman declared that he will stand by his convictions to exempt American vessels and will fight the pres ident's desires. PRESIDENT SEEKS REAL AMBASSADOR Mi II Madam, ForThoM Corn Tint Make You Jump Out of Your Shoe. Try Wonderful " CET3 IT." The corn beirim to ihrivel, away he roe. urely, absolutely. A few drop will do it. "GET8-1T" never makes toea red and raw. Corn paina sol It means the end of rutting and trouirinc of eorna, the end of aticky plaa tera that don't work anyhow, the end of aalvea that eat up your tort, ; no more "haraeaa," or fussing. Try "GETS-IT," the new, ure way, for eorna and eallouaea. "GETS-IT" is sold by all druirKa, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by . Lawrence & Co., Chicago. BRYAN'S NEW PEACE MOVE He Asks No ate Action' Asiatics Imrnedi-on WOULD CHECK NEGOTIATIONS He Hopes to Settle Japanese Question the Russian Trade Treaty Awaits Selection of Diplomatic Envoy Jews Ask for Safeguard of Sights. Washington, Feb. 6. President Wil son yesterday took up the search for a suitable ambassador to Kussia. A pressure that is becoming uncom fortable is being brought to bear from various quarters for the negotiation of a new trade treaty with Kussia. This pressure is added to my the demands of the leading Jews of the country that whatever treaty is negotiated shall ab solutely safeguard the rights of Jews to travel through Russia exactly the same as any other American citizen. Half a dozen delegations have called on the president to emohasiie this point. All have pointed to the Balti more platform emphasizing the declara tion of 'the Democracy that American citizens must be treated alike "at home or abroad without regard to race or religion." Confidential reports from Russia indi cate that the ezar's government is at present determined to make no conces sions to this country. Because of this the president wants a real diplomat for the 8t. Petersburg post. He had hoped that Charles K. Crane of Chicago would aecept. Crane had been in Russia many times, he has big business connections there and is welcomed cordially in of ftcial circles. But Crane has told the president flatly that his business needs his personal attention and that he can not accept. There is a chance the president may ask William Rockhill, former ambassa dor to China, and a Republican, to take the post. Jn addition to Russia, the president still has to choose ambassadors to France and Brasil. There are a score of candidates, but it is eertAin "Demo crats only" will be considered for these two positions. SOUTH AMERICAN TRADE. Some Interesting Figures Given Out Concerning It. , Washington, Feb. . Whjle imports from five bouth American countries during December, 1913, were consider ably more than the imports from the same countries for .December, lviz, ex ports from the United States to these countries decreased in a majority Of cases, according to the department of commerce. Imports from Argentina, Brazil, Chile Peru, and Uruguay for December, 1013, were all in excess of imports for the same month of the preceding years in some cases almost double. Exports from the United Mates to Argentina during last December, compared with the exports for December, 1912, as did also the exports to Chile and Peru were slightly in excess of what they were in December, 1B1Z. HAD NO AUTHORITY. But He Awarded Three Hundred and Eighteen Repair Contracts. Albany, N. Y- Feb. 6, -The admission that he had no authority to award 31$ repair contracts which he gave out was made at the graft inquiry by former Deputy Charles toiey. aiiKTHNiMnimnfliHii I aailllMIIIMIHMWllllllMHII.il '""""IK m a 7 : ffir!nin'Hnit .tin "iMMttt MX I" ML 1 -ifc rf 111! v as 1 .-aMtil Hlllllifl' 'i MtisifiiMiMttltiinn; 1 IflltH ,.'i:n ellllHIh i I dHimniil HlllHltB'l 4MMHWM ItHIHHtr "IMMIH. ""! . u WW in '.-..Hiniii WW"1" . ..ulltMl - hmMKM'I jauUMUUMit 'innftrnfffftiiJB iHitimmmiiiKf III I In iliilliiill Washington, Feb. 6. Secretary Bryan urged the House immigration committee yesterday to take no action on the Bak er bill for exclusion of Asiatic immi grants. . Diplomatic negotiations be tween the United States and Japan over the California anti-alien land laws and the whole question of the Asiatic ex clusion was discussed at length behind closed doors. , The secretary bound Re publicans and Democrats alike to se crecy and told them the administration needed to be free from legislative em barrassments in dealing witn the situa tion diplomatically. It was generally understood that the wishes of the state department would be respected. Secretary Bryan told the committee that unless some fintoward circum stances arose he hoped for an amicable adjustment of the Japanese question. An agitation in Congress at this time, ho declared, would be more unfortunate. Representative Baker and Representa tive Hayes of California were the only members of the committee inclined to oppose the wish of ',?he secretary that action in the matter be definitely post poned. Others readily agreed that nothing should be done which would in any way embarrass the administration. 25 Per Cent. Off FAVOR PEACE CELEBRATION. "It Makes Things Hum". Mayo s for mine around the mill. I've smoked Mayo's right along-my dad did, too, before me. It's been a prime New England favorite ever since I can remember. j "What I like about Mayo's is you can smoke it all day long and get real pleasure out of it. With me, it steadies me down and makes things hum. - "I can't get the satisfying taste out of other tobaccos that 1 get trom Mayo s so I recommend Mayo's every time." ffift (But 'HI M London Papers Heartily Indorse Sug gestion Made by British Committee. London, Feb. 6. The London morn ing papers heartily indorse the sugges tions made at the meeting of the British committee for the celebration of the centenary of jeace, and hope that the publio will respond promptly to the ap peal for $250,fMK). The Times, in an edi torial, savs: "Anglo-American relations fortunately stand in no need of artificial sustenance." Referring to Secretary Bryan'a peace treaty, The Times sayst War between Ureat iiritain and the United States has become unthinkable. With that central and indisputable fact we might well rest content, especially as the fate of more than one Anclo- American treaty should have taught the statesmen of Wth countries the folly of forcing tne pace ana over-empnuizing facts and conditions, that may safely be left to develop in their own way and at their own time." Referring to President Wilson's proc lamation relative to Mexico, The Times considers that thia will hardly brini permanent solution of the problem, but says that, whatever policy they may eventually be driven to . adopt, the Americans may be confident that no difficulties will be placed in their way by the British government. We have had too much experience in similar pre dieaments," adds The Times, "not to sympathize with the hesitancy of Amer- um statesmanship in the faoe of such a difficult situation." Mr. Asuuith at the meeting declared that the treaty of Client had been one of the most successful diplomatic in struments in the history of the world. He added: "I do not exaggerate when say that if the controversies which. i tlie intervening century have aroused from time to time deep feelings between the two peoples, excited trong resentments aed led to a great ffusion of diplomatic dialectics, had taken place between any other two peo ples of the world they must in all prob ability have led to the effusion of blood." TRAMP IDENTIFIED. a is a sterling example of what pleasure ripe, healthful, old Burley can give when it is treated right. The-same people in the same factory have been making Mayo's for forty years. Think what that means for standard quality! Burley leaf is the finest pipe-tobacco in this country; and Mayo's 13 the best Cut Plug Burley that we know of. It is sweet, mild, rich, mellow, deep golden brown tobacco that gives splendid satisfaction. Sold everywhere in 10-cent pouches. THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY W1" 1 rr r- .W.I ceo: TOE 4 'AX I 1 iV if 1 v-:U it 8 But His Name Only Disclosed When He Was Dead. ' Cincinnati, O., Feb. 8. The body of a tramp who was shot and killed here last Saturday after breaking into a house to steal food, was identified in his coflin as Robert Doom of Louisville. Mrs. Xnaland said that his family in Louis ville was prominent. The tramp was given a unique fu neral. A number of vagrants who had been his companions at a charitable in stitution contributed 75 cents to buy (lowers for him. Fifty of them organized a choir and sang hymns at the funeral service. An undertaker donated a hearse and co f fin and more than a hundred tramps trudged behind it to the cemetery, bear ing banners asking for work. Oh All Fur Goods Don't take for granted that the winter is over; there's cold weather coming and plenty of it. , But it seems late in arriving, and we have ordered in our Spring goods early. We need room, and must have it. So out goes the Fur goods at prices that will sell it quickly, 25 per cent, off is a real bargain for furs such as these we have. The best are sure to go first; don't delay. . $5.00 and $15.00 boys' and young men's Overcoats, your choice for only No excuse to offer only we must have the space right away. Sizes 8 to 16 years, all good dependable garments well worth the marked prices. Only $2.48 for any one of them while they last. Moore & Owens, BARRE'S .LEADING CLOTHIERS 4 Barre, Vt. I GOOD RACES SEEN ON WINOOSKI RIVER COL. ROOSEVELT TO ASSIST. To Get Into Saddle and Assume Com mand of Progressive Army on Return. Portland, Me., Feb. 6. "Roosevelt will come to .Maine next fall to assist the Progressives in the state campaign," said George V. Perktois in an address yes terday. He told fcis hearers that Roose velt upon his retVrn from f-outh Amer ica would get int the saddle and assume command. Pinchot Invited to Be Candidate. Ifarrisburg, Pa., Feb 6. Oifford Pin chot has been forma'ly invited to be a Progressive candidate for United States senator. RADIUM BILL DELAYED. Rules Committee Will (ot Allow It to Come at This Session. Washington, Feb. 6. The rules com mittee of the House has decided not to allow the House to take up the radium conservation bill at this session. The rules committee is not giving its rea sons for this act, but it is believed that the House leaders do not want to stir up the heated controversy which con servation legislation alwavs creates. The Foster bill, therefore, will go over till nest winter, Free-for-All Was Won by Wilkesdale from Smith Stock Farm, While Sir Abbott Won the 2:20 Pace. A laree crowd witnessed the ice race on the Winooski river at Montnelier yes terday afternoon, the results of the races being as follows: First Race, 2:50 Pace $30. ,: Jessie Reaper (Chandler) .". Ill Jennie L, (Lillic) s s Harry L (Lavalley) 2 3 3 Hettie I (Medeuj Daisy L (Leno) 555 Ortrude Allord (Martin) 6 8 6 Middlesex Blwsard (Towne) 7 0 8 Julia Marlowe (Savoie JJros.)..... 8 7 7 May Bird (Farwell)..... 9 9 1) Time 45, 45, 46. Second Race, Free-for-All Trot-430. Wilkesdale (Smith Stock farm) 12 12 1 Lester (Mears) 2 12 12 lola (Mears) 3 3 3 6 4 Elmdale (McLeod) ......... 4 5 4 3 3 Rob Roy (Short) ,....5 4 5 4 0 Time 47, 47, 40',, 4Vi, l't- , Third Race, 2:20 race $50; Sir Abbott (Lord) Ill Goldie 11 (Badger) 2 2,3 Lizsie M (Chandler) 3 3 Z Doctor T (Alexander) 4 4 4 Time 44. 45. 44. Judges Dr. E. C. Barrett of Mont pelier, Harry W. Britton of Barre and Frank Eaton of Waterbury. Starter F. T. llardigan. Announcer A. Daley. ' Mazatlan Falls. Xogales, Ariz., Feb. 6. Mazatlan, mi important sea coast port in the state of Sinaloa, fell into tne lianas oi vr ranza's forces yesterday, according to in formation received in Nogales, Sonora, from rebel sources. PLANNING OCEAN FLIGHT. Wanamaker to Finance Building of Huge Craft to Cross Atlantic in One Day. New York, Feb. 6. The suecess or Rodman Wanamaker's flying ' at in crossing the Atlantic ocean in a single flight will depend almost entirely upon its motor, according to aviators and aero plane, constructors, who yesterday let It be known that other machines were eith er in the process of designing or build ing with a similur object in view. Through the Aero Club of America, Mr. Wanamaker Wednesday night announced that Glen H. Curtiss was building to his order an immense hydro-aeroplane in which an attempt would be made this summer. In making the announcement that the flight will surely be undertaken this summer, the Aero Club of America, on behalf of .Mr. Wanamaker, has asked for tli co-operation of all persons inter ested in seeing America first to con quer the air routes between the United States and Europe, and also the co operation of the United States weather bureau, the navy and all owners of pleas ure yachts and merchant vessels. The route is from St. John, N B., to the Irish coast, and has already been mapped out by Rodman Wanamaker, who made a trip to Europe for that purpose. It calls for 1.600 miles of continuous fly ing, to be done if possible bt tween down and nightfall of a single day. Mr. Wan amaker expect that the" journey will : tuke from 12 to 15 hours. - MAKES WIFE SLEEP ON FLOOR. Chicago Man, However, Is Fined $50 and Costs for Doing So. Chicago, Feb. 6. A man who habitual ly sets his alarm clock for 2 a. m. and at that hour makes his wife get out of bed and sleep on the floor is guilty of disorderly conduct. This ruling was giv en yesterday by Municipal Judge Snlli- van. who lined the offender, Stanley Mclish, $50 and costs. Hit by Train. Jacksonville, Flan Feb. 6. A sight seeing automobile was struck by a Sea board Air Line railroad train here yes terday and four persons are reported dangerously injured. Fifteen persons are reported hurt. YOUR NOSE Catarrh clofi it. Ontfenntm kscauu ah mm aaay tt in auch da mn9 ail c ft El Is a Filter ou Air YouBreathe ark v. yoQ m fngbutH cow ti. mir U mi' .... ...... J If - ott.h.liarbumvfcirfaciMiiM enniui c HON DON MFC. CO. , Mlnnr.iMill. - Minn. m tAsi tvnM mTT M- 'i F V mAVt Ati ii i i ii i Eviiiiyw i:mi iikpiu -jcv ii V Intl "I ui I I II I IIIHIi llllll III IVP-MI r w lllllll I wiaawssvsa r are pale and frail backward in studies with pinched faces and poor Hood their minds and bodies are actoallj starred because their regular food does not nourish. Such children need Scott' Emultion above everything else; it contains nature's rarest life-giving fats; it is essentially food value blood-food and bone-food, free from wine, alcohol or harmful drug. ' Scott's Emulsion often builds many times its weight in solid flesh its medicinal, tonic and nutritive properties make all good food do good. IT 13 NOT A fROP.. BUT A FOUNDATION FOR STURDY GROWTH. Every Druawirt Ha It. Avoid Substitute. FS3 PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture Iwza t ass UNDERTAKERS AND LICENSED EMBALMER9 .TeirphoM Cnctins t Mr. Ferry. US-S DEPOT SO. 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