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TliJS . 'UAH HE DAILY TIMES, BARHE, VT., TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1014."
CLOSING ON MEXICO CITY Three Lines of Advance By . the Constitutionalists SCROFULA AND ALL HUMORS GIVE WAY CARBAJAL TO SEND FRIEND TO MEET VILLA This Plan in the Interest of Peace Proceedings Public Pessimistic Mexico City, Aug. 4. It is reported that the Constitutionalists are closing in on the capital from tliree points. General Jesus Carranm moved southward from Tepeji del Bio Sunday; General Obregon with 15,000 men is at Aeamlmro jhin ' ning an advance through Toluca, and three trainloads of Constitutionalists have moved south from San Luis I'otosi toward Quetaro. It is reported that Provisional President Carbajal will send unofficially a personal representative to General Villa in the interest of the peace movement. The government is hopeful for a peaceful turn in events, but pub lic opinion is inclined toward pessimism. General Obregon, commander of the Si vision of the northwest, arrived at trapuato yesterday and his troops are mobilizing here for the movement on Mexico City. This place is only 180 miles northwest of Mexico City. Obre gon's forces probably will converge with those of General Jesus Carran.a, who re cently took Guana junto. " Irapuato was taken after heavv fighting. After the troops under Colonel Miguel Aroata i drove back the federals' outposts Gen eral Lucio lilanco, Obregon's cavalry chief, attacked Irapuato on July Aft er a three hours' fight the federals were attacked but were defeated. Blando promptly followed up his advantages and with his two cavalry brigades, crushed the 2,000 federals on July 31 at a ranch ten miles east of here. During the fighting, the federals loRt about 200 killed and 800 prisoners. Blanco's easu nlties were about the same. There are many things learned from experience and observation that the old er generation should impress upon the younger. Among tnem is tno fact that scrofula and other humors are most sue essfnlly treated with Hood's Sarsaparil' la. This great medicine is a peculiar combination of remarkably effective, blood-purifying and health-giving roots, barks and herbs, and has been tested for forty years. Get it to-day. Adv. TWO GIRLS KILLED BY EXPLOSION Struck by Flying Hot Water Tank Father of One Victim H Narrow Escape. Webstar, Mass., Aug. 4.--Visf Flora Gadouiy," 18 years old, and Mis Evi Tatrcault, 1(5, were killed here yester day while at work in the bakeshop of Alphonse Gadoury, father of Miss Ga- dourv, when a hot water tank exploded and was blown across the shop, strik ing bofh girls. The top of the Tatreault girls head was taken on. ine rigiu arm of the Gadoury girl was severed and her chest crushed. The big tank crashed throuirh a partition 20 feet away. . The proprietor and George Clouffe, carpenter, had narrow escapes. NO LIMIT ON CURRENCY Congress Leaves It to Dis cretion of the Department' $50,000,000 EMERGENCY FUND IN NEW YORK Clearing House, First Time Since 1907, On Certi ficate Basis TWO KILLED AND TWO MAY DIE Tris Speaker brought his batting aver age up considerably last week. ' The big Texan is hitting for .323 and is one of the best hitters in the league. Speaker's great batting has been a big factor in the showing of the Red Sox during the past month. Young Scott is showing some improvement with the stick. He is hitting for .240. Jahvrin is hitting for .202. Ifoblitzcll in his 10 gaaieg has hit for .212. Hooper Is second in bat ting with .285. Gardner is third with .2K8, while Lewis is next in order, with .262. - An Automobile Carrying Seven Passen gers Slides in Front of Electric, Car. Providence, R. I., Aug. 4. Two mem bers of an automobile party of seven were killed when the car, which had been stopped at the top of a hill, slid down iii front of a swiftly moving trolley car and was dragged 150 feet near Long Meadow'. All the other occupants were injured and two are expected to die. Those killed were Thomas Kenney and a woman whose body had not been identified late last night. John Kenney and Rose Dewey sustained internal in juries and leg fractures and were prob ably fatally hurt. Those less seriously injured were El len Murray, Charles Davis and Thomas McGarity. The party was returning to Providence after a visit to a clubhouse near Long Meadow. NEED NO TROOPS IN IRELAND. and Redmond Tells Commons North South to Bury Hatchet. London, Aug. 4. John Redmond, the Irish leader, electrified the House of Commons yesterday afternoon when, in an impassioned address, he declared that the government can withdraw every sol dier from Ireland. f "Ireland will be defended by her own sons," he shouted. "The Protestants of the north and the Catholics of the south will stand shoulder to shoulder in this great national crisis." New York. Aug. 4. Concerted action by representatives of the government and the prominent bankers of the conn' try is being taken - to safeguard the financial stability of the United States. While trading in Wall street has been nervous for some time prior to the sus pension of trading, the indefinite clos ing has a tendency to steady the situa tion and conditions are considered satis factory. The clearing-house has been placed on a certificate basis for the first time since 1907. Fifty million dollars of emergency currency issued by the government has been received in New Yorkj savings banks are enforcing the BO-day clause relating to the withdrawal of deposits, and all possible plans to mpet any crisis that may arise are being adopted. The money market is quite; loans are made for all dates at 0 per cent, two below the rate quoted during the flurry of last week. Commercial paper for all dates also quoted, at 8 pr cent. The Chicago wheat market con tinues suspended as conditions are too uncertain to allow intelligent trading. More conferences are being held in v ashington. Secretary .McAdoo is watching the crop moving procedure in the West and the use of his $.14,000,000 deposited for the purpose. The House and Senate committees have agreed to remove the limit of $r,0O,000,0O0 now fixed for currency issue under the Vree land act. Administration officials are hopeful that it will not be necessary to provide additional sources of revenue to offset the loss of duty on imports which would follow a long war. BILE AND BILIOUSNESS Representatives Bryan of .Washington, Mnrdock of Kansas, Kelly and Buplcy of Pennsylvania and McDonald of Mich igan, Progressives, and Lindbergh of Bile la manufactured in the cells of the Minnesota, independent Republican. liver. It assist digestion and prevents The Senate bill limited the amount of putrefaction in uie intestines, jhio the issuo of emergency circulation to necessary to life but excess of bile Is Jti,wo,u)ii,iHiii. Tins limitation is removed jiuiuuiiuub by the House bill, thus permitting an issue to any amount in -the discretion of the secretary of the treasury. MAY HAVE REVENE ENOUGH. Officials Hope New Sources of Revenue May Not Be Needed 1 3 Meet Loss of Duty on Imports. The effect nf expensive secretion of bile and failure to eliminate it from the blood which is also a function of the liver, are white-coated or brown-furred tongue, div tor (aot. In t.hn mnnth. Indigestion, head' acbe, lack of appetite, constipation and weariness. , , ,, . This is a condition popularly called biliousness and points directly to the eH nt nmthimr to regulate the liver. For this purpose the claim ia made that Pinkleta, tbe new laxative, are greatly Washington, Aug. 4. Administration officials are hopeful that Congress need luperior to old-fashioned liver medicines not be asked to pass new import duties ui-u nvnr..tiniulate the liver and, when or internal taxes to offset the falling off their use is stopped, leave the liver more in customs expected iroin a long &uro- t torpid than before, xna over-suinuia pean war. iso definite, plans for ask- tion debilitates the liver )s as certain as ing for such legislation have been form- anything known in tne science oi nieai- ulated. It was pointed out yesterday cine. Pinkleta are tiny, sugar-coated that the treasury could run probably pills, dainty to take, easy in action and two months on the funds it now has they do not upset the stomach nor cause without collecting another cent. The 1 griping, uum " w J net balance of July was A!.. II t M t . convmgtmcy arises me government mign r-fo, b th, 'Dr WUliami n f 4W .ii:..; C'lu' Medicine Co., Schenectady, . Y. uen 1 ..,-- tod f booklet and tree sample, an issue of Panama canal bonds, of I ' ' which about $240,000,000 remain author llecting another cent. The griping, triven a tnorougn na. wey in the treasury at the close really correct chronic constipation, is about $147,000,000. If a Your druggist sells Pinklets or thej -will arise, the government might ba poatp. id, on receipt of rr c ,25 ized but unissued. To increase external revenue the administration might ex tend the income tax to smaller incomes than are touched at present, and pos sibly to increase the normal and sur tax rstes. Another expedient would be Application for Raise in Rates to Be WESTERN ROADS WANT INCREASE o ask Congress to pass a revenue meas ure, such as provided funds for the Spanish-American war, through a stamp ax on commercial and other transac- ions and an increased tax on beer and iquor.. k "" , , WHEAT MARKET STILL CALM. Chicago Board of Trade Is Ready for Another Week of War. CURRENCY LIMIT REMOVED. of House Passes Bill Permitting Issue Any Amount. Washington, Aug. 4. Action was tak en yesterday by the House of Repre sentatives designed to protect the finan cial stability of the United States against contingencies that may arise as a result of the war in Europe. The House followed the lead of the Senate, which on Friday passed a bill authorizing the issuance of emergency currency subject to the discretion of the secretary of the treasury. The House passed the bill with amendments by a vote of 231 to . . The six negative rotes were cast by Made as Result of Saturday's Decision. Washington, Aug. 4. Increases in freight rates on all the railways west of the Mississippi river are being prepared for submission to the interstate com merce commission. The applications of the western rail- wavs for more revenue, an expected con- Chicago, Aug. 4.- With plans laid to sequence of the commission's decision in prevent speculative trading in the wheat the eastern rate case announced as soon market and with no troubles expected an they can be prepared in the required among the firms on the Chicago Board form and will constitute the basis for of Trade, the grain operators here pre. another proceeding, such as the one just pared yesterday to face with calmness concluded. another week of war in Europe. Most Managers of the western lines, acoord- of the large operators in this market ing to the best information in official cir have declared that the market is too un- fK here, are prepared to contend that certain for intelligent trading and have thev need more revenues to meet the announced that they will keep out of it increasing expenses of operation, and to as far as possible. The heavy margins point out that their lines arc in even exacted by brokers in the last week greater need of relief than' the eastern are said to have had a salutary effect in lines because of the necessarily longer neiemng wna iraaing. ana me market hauls and less density of population, is said to be in much better shape than Vn intimation has reached the inter- a week ago. I state commerce commission of the per centage of increases for which the west- EMBARGO ON SHIPMENTS. em railways propose to ask. The lines affected extend from the Mississippi riv- Baltimore & Ohio Will Refuse Goods for er to the Rocky mountain territory. The WEARING A GROWN By JOHN Y. LARNED 4 Copyright Hart Schaffoer Ic Marx 3 Export from Atlantic Ports. Baltimore, Aug. 4. The Baltimore A Ohio railroad issued an embargo notice yesterdav morning to ifs connecting lines and other traffic affiliations star ing that until further notice it will re fuse shipments for export through Bal timore and other Atlantic ports. TEXTILE INDUSTRY MENACED. roads traversing the Pacific coast sec tion may not be affected. FIRE CAUSE $500,000 LOSS. i V (Fake an 40tTiif?ffumidpiS ananafataa. m - V I T rff-' U I Iii - ' 11 alen . In comes Summer vacation timeand that old lazy, yawny feeling. Makes a man get out his pipe, puff avvav and start dreaming of good times to come. Air's mighty sweet in his nostrils anefso is Tuxedo, too. A grand old tobacco to dream over on days of rest and recreation. 1 1 II Hi 1 t II II U 4 afM Th Perfect Tobacco for Pip end Ctgaretfr The new Tuxedo 40c Tin Humi dor is a vacation necessity. At the beach, in the mountains, on the farm wherever you go, this handsome, convenient, air-tight humidor will keep a handy supply of Tuxedo for you, in fresht delicious condition. Tuxedo is made from the choicest selected crops of old Kentucky Burley the cream leaves of each golden season ripe, mellow, fragrant and above zlmilJ. Treated by the original Tuxedo process so that it can't bite. We've had imitators galore, but the original Tuxedo process is still the best, as it was the rf, in the field. You Can Buy Tuxedo Everywhere In 40c Tin Humidors Alao in 80c Tin Humidor 10c rjMW itt aMi Cla tm4 U hi swciH HwmiJor SO W tOt THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY mm mm - t. arw TLmL. C' "'-f " M .a i sp" , m JM- ,Xjr mymmmm. I Mrt esf t ' i i W9 I VJ 2 11 Baby Killed in Chicago Lumber Yard Blaze Fire Destroys Coal Yard. Chicago, Aug. 4. Two spectacular fires, which threatened to destroy vast coal and lumber yarda in th southwest Many New Hampshire Mills Rely on Dye ern I)ftrt of tll(! city lMt niht' l'ucd C(.,. f-. Iii"- ueatn ui n imvy lira piviieiij- ivm Stuffs from Germany. !f j, j pineok watchman voneord, Ti. II., Aug. 4. The textile in the yards of the V. O. King companv, industry of Xew Hampshire, which very and his wife, left their child in its crib largtiy uses dyestuffs imported from while they attempted to extinguish a Germany, faces a serious situation as fire in a lumber pile. The flames spread the result of the European war. Se- j rapid! v, cutting off their return to their eral of the leading mills have only a home and the baby was burned. The small amount of the dye. material on loss was $300.0(10. hand and if the supply from Germany is i The second fire in the yards of the cut off shutdowns affecting thousands O. S. Richardson Coal companv, dam of workmen will be imminent. ,aged property to the extent of $.100,000. "What do yow think, doctor, of this statement that metal worn on tbe head of one afflicted with hysteria when the same is placed on the head of another person will produce a like effect?" "I don't believe It" "I do." "Why?" "Because, in the first place, it has been demonstrated by medical men in Paris, and, in tbe second place, I once bad a case of it in my own practice." "Give me the case." This was the doctor's story: "There were two sisters. I do not care to give their names, so I will give fictitious names Lillian and Louisa. Lillian was the older. During a cer tain winter it was proposed to give an entertainment for charity, and the sis ters were among the performers Among other attractions were living tableaux. In one of these tableaux Lillian took the pnrt of Queen Mary of Scotland, seated in a room of Holy- rood palace at Edinburgh, surrounded by courtiers. Lord Darnley, whom she afterward married, was among them. "Now, the man who personated Darn- ley was a very tall man Darnley him self was lone, you will remember whom Lillian had never seen before rehearsal. Strange to say, she fell vio lently in love with Darnley. There was but one rehearsal before the per forma nee, and, while those who took part were being posed, it was noticed that tbe queen' eyes were bent on Darnley lovingly. Perhaps you have never seen a woman so Infatuated with a man that she can't keep from show ing It. I have. "Nobody thought of the crown the queen of Scots wore or where it came from. I certainly did not then, but since I have bunted the matter up and have learned all about it. Lillian by her evident predisposition foi; this fellow who personated Dsrnley attract ed the attention of all present at re hearsal When tbe tableau was giv en before an audience she looked at him so lovingly that all except those who knew aupposed it to be a part of the performance and were delighted with tbe representation. "This performance was auch a suc cess that it was determined to repeat It the following week. The day it was to be given again I was called on to visit Lillian professionally. I found her in an abnormally nervous condl tton, with other symptoms. I forbade her taking part in tbe tableau, which was to come off that evening, and It was decided that her sister Louise was to assume tbe part in her place. nnm qo you suppose uappeneur i P1Q COfl CT1" Cfl Louise was very like her sister, and men, 5lo, 1-U, 03 JpOU, ture was exposed to tbe audience she $00, 24U, Special VallieS at regarded Darnley with tne same lnrat- Make your plans for the best clothes you have ever worn; we have made our plans to supply them. Hart Schaffner & Marx have produced the goocis; many new fabrics from foreign and homeweavers; many new and attractive models offered. Suits for men and young Senate Votes for Naval Mail Lines. Washington. Aug. 4. The Senate yes terday voted to authorize the secretary of the navy to establish naval lines to carrv mail, passenger and freiuht to South America and Europe. The bill goes to the House. s WILSON CALLS ON REPUBLICAN LEADERS He Asks Them to Assist in Supporting Measures for Relief of Fia-acial Situation. Washinpton. Aug. 4. President Wil son asked Senators (iallinger, rmoot and Brandegee to meet him at the White House last night to urge that Senate Repuhlirans join in supporting measures for the relief of the situation in tbe United States during the war in Eu rope. WEEK OF CLOUDY WEATHER. FRANCONIA ORDERED HELD. Cunarder Was Scheduled to Sail from Boston To-day. Boston, Aug. 4. Orders directing him to hold the rranconia at Boston until further notice were received yesterday from the home office of the Cunard line bv Charles Stewart, manager of the local offiee. Tbe Franeonia was sched uled to sail for Liverpool and Queens town at noon to-day, with between 600 nd oo passengers. The Lusitania was Iso ordered held at Xew York. Chnrch Burns. H.. An. 4. The Derby. X. H.. An. 4. The Roman Catholic church of St. Thomas Aquinas was burned Sundsv. The loss is $.10,000. AMERICAN LEAGUE Monday's Games At St. Louis St. Louis fl. Bos ton I. Batteries .Tames and Ag iew; Gregg, Redient, Cady and Thomas. At Oiicapo Chicago P. Phil adelphia . Batteries 8cott. Rus sell. Fahr, Wolfft-ang- and 8-halk: Plank, Pennork, Bush, Lerp and Sehang. At Cleveland Washington 7. Cleveland 4. Batteries Enjrel, Ayres and Henry; Hagermsn, tol lamors and F.gin. - At Detroit IVtroit 4. Xew York 1. Batterw C'relrki and Baker; Cole and Xunamker. And Temperatures Near or Somewhat Above Average Summer Conditions. Washington. Aug. 4. The weekly forecast issued by the v ashington office states that "Xo reports have been re ceived from Europe and Western Asia, prohablv owing to the disturbed political conditions, but pressure distribution over Xorth America, the Pacific Ocean, and extreme eastern Asta indicates th probability of a week of more or lees cloudiness east of the Rocky mountains. In the central west no precipitation of much consequence ia nc indicated, while in the southwest, the northwest, and the far west generally fair weather will prevail during the week. Tempera tures will average near or somewhat above the normal summer conditions. There are no present indications of any tropical disturbances. NATIONAL LEAGUE Monday's Games At Boston Boston I, St. Louis 0. Batteries Tyler and Whaling; Griner and Snyder. At Philadelphia Philadelphia B, Chicago 0. Batteries Alexander and Killifcr; Stark, Zabel and Archer. At Brooklyn Pittsburg 7, Brooklyn 4 (13 innings). Batter ies Cooper and tiibson; Ragon, McCarthy and Miller. At Xew York Xew York 7, Cincinnati 2 (first game). Bat teries Mathewson and Meyers; Benton, Schneider, Yinglinjr and Clarke. Cincinnati S. Xew York 4 (second psmel. Batteries Ames and Gonzales; Demaree and Meyers. STANDING OF THE CLUBS Won Lost Pet. STANDING OF THE CLUBS Win lot Prl. Philadelphia i 3 JU2 Boston , . . ...hi 4.1 J Washington .vt .1 V2 IVtroit J 4 (Tiirsgo 4 Sf .41 ?t. Louis 47 49 .4V rm York 4S 33 .43 Cleveland Ji M J1J Xew Yotk . Chicago .. . St. IjOui i. Boston . . . Cincinnati ., Philadelphia Pittsburg .. Brooklyn .., hi 52 A I 4fl 44 4.1 40 3! 37 4.1 4n 45 40 4! 61 60 .547 ..2 -VI5 .44 .4ti7 .440 .4.18 TUBERCULOSIS In addition to plenty of frsaa air and proper diet, uom suffering from er who are predfspod to Tuberculo sis are recommended to use Eckmaa's Alterative to stop night sweats, banish fevr and hasten recovery. This medi cine, by reason of its successful as dar ing the past, warrants tbs foiiart tnvea ttfation possible by every sufferer. Bckmaa s Alterative Is most effita- cioos tn bronchial ratarrh and severe throat and lung aSecUons, and in op buildinc tfca svrtda. It contains do narcotics, nor barmfd or habit form ing dmrs. Accept no sabvUtatea. Sold by leading d resents Write to th Ecfcmia Laboratory. Philadelphia, Pa lo booklet telling af raceverice. Pnrt i as4 2 a bottle. uated look that ber sister bad worn so that most of tbe audience supposed that it was Lillian who personated tbe queen and was assuming tbe same lovelorn expression as when she bad exhibited before. I was in tbe au dience end was astonished to see a real lover look such aa I bad aeen in Lillian. "Among the performers the matter made a good deal of talk, for it was evident to most of them that these lover'a looka of the sister were real I, being a brain specialist, at once saw a problem before me. It seemed to me that there must be something in tbe relative position of Darnley and the queen known to each of the sisters that produced the love or an effect sim ilar to tbe emotion felt by tbe real Queen Mary for the real Darnley, But on inquiry I learned that Lillian knew nothing of tbe historical relationship between Mary and Darnley, while Lou ise had aupposed that Mary hated him. I talked with both girls and. without accusing them of being in Iqve with the man who bad personated Darnley. drew from them their feelings while In the tableau. Both admitted that they bad felt a strange emotion which had disappeared as soon as tbe curtain waa rung down and they took off the crown. I made bold to ask tnem toe nature of this emotion; but. It being a matter on which a woman would shrink from speaking, I got no definite information. But from different ad missions coming from one or the oth er of the two I gathered that they felt aa emotion tbe nature of which tbey did not understand themselves. "The matter passed so far as remark waa concerned, but not from my mind. Yet, seeing no solution of it. I flnally dropped trying to solve it Tben came the announcement of these fellows lu Paris. I had no sooner read It in the newspapers than l reverted to tne tableau, and I immediately thought of the crown worn by tbe two sisters. I went to the man who bad furnished the costumes for informstton abont It lie referred me to a certain theater and gave me his card Introducing me to tbe property man. I asked him to tell me something about tbe crowu that bad twa used In tbe tableau. There a history to that crown.' be replied, it waa worn by an actresa who committed suicide for love. She played a part requiring ber to wear it It many successive performances. Was she In love with an actor who played with berT 1 asked. " 'So.' was the reply; 'he bad nothing to do with the state.' " Tber wer a few moments of silence. after which the narrator said: Ton may think what you like about this discovery, doctor; I believe there Is something in it" $20 and $25. Moore & Owens 122 North Main St., Barre, Vt. Barre's Leading Clothiers WARBURG PROBABLY WILL BE CONFIRMED His Appearance Before Senate Commit tee Indicates Acceptance of Hia Nomination. Washington, Aug. 4. After several hours questioning of Paul M. Warbutg, nominated for the federal reserve board, before the Senate banking committee yesterday, Chairman Owen said he be lieved the Xew York man's nomination would be favorably reported soon and confirmed. 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