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THE JIA11KK DAILY TIDIES, UAWiK, VT., TUKSDAV, OCTOBKH 20. 1914.
3 '' """'!! W"'TJJMfV,!WI TWO NERVOUS WOMEN Made Well By Lydia E.Pink'. ham's Vegetable Compound. Philadelphia, Fa. "I had a icvere case of nervous prostration, with palpi I tation of the heart, constipation, head aches, dizziness, noise in my cars, timid, nervous, rest less feelings and sleeplessness. "I read in the pa per where a young woman had been cured of the same troubles by taking Lydia E. Finkham'a l Vegetable Compound so I threw away the medicines the doctor left me and be gan taking the Compound. Before I had taken half a bottle I was able to sit up and in a short time I waa able to do all my work. Your medicine has proved itself able to do all you say it will and I have recommended it in every household I have visited." Mrs. Mary Johnston, 210 Siegel Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Another Bad Case. Ephrata, Pa. "About a year ago I was down with nervous prostration. I was pale and weak and would have hys teric spells, sick headaches and a bad pain under my shoulder-blade. I was under the care of different doctors but did not improve. I was so weak I could hardly stand long enough to do mydishes. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound has made me well and happy and I have begun to gain in weight. and my face looks healthy now." Mrs. J. W. Hornberger, R. No. 3, Ephrata, Pa. If yon want special advice write to Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine Co. (confi dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held In strict confidence. Congress Not Likely to Take Up Congressman Gard ner's Alarm NOTHING BEING DONE TOWARD FUNDS "BIG NAVY" CRY HES1N0L CURED IS UNHEEDED AWFUL ITCHING IN ONE NIGHT New York. "Tha skin on my hand crot red and rouph. It itched and I began to scratch it. It itched so that aoiuetimos I could not sleep all night. I waa Buffering very much. I used salve and , but they did not seem to help me. This went on (or six or seven months. Then I tried Roainol Ointment and Reainol Soap. I used thera one night. In the morning, to my surprise, my hand waa all well and the trouble has never returned. This is the absolute truth." (Signed); Miss Celia Kloinman, 61 Columbia St., lApril 20, 1013. Nothing we can say of Reainol equals what others, such as Miss Kleinman, say of it. It does its work quickly, easily and at little cost. If you are suffering from skin trouble, why don't you try Roinol Ointment and Kcsinol Poap. For trial size, free, write to. Dent. KK, Reninol, Baltimore, Md. 6old by all druggists. However, Naval Policy of the Year Has Not Been Decided Upon EVERYTHING TO BE RESTRAINED Predicts Government Will Control Prac tically Every Industry. Chicago, Oct. 20. .Tamos Cra jr., president of the American Moat Packers' association, which assembled in arnual convention here yesterday, predicted the time when practically every industry in the country would be under government Supervision. "The most notable developments of last year," lie said, "in respect to the supervision and control of our business l bv department officials niobably tire, first, the new life that lias been put into the federal food and drug law by the energy and enterprise of i)r. Alsnern; ' of the bureau of chemistry, and, second, thp avowed intention of the bureau of animal industry to co-opera ta with liim in the enforcement of this law." ' The speaker said enforcement must be commended for the elimination of un necessary hardships on the packer. Conflict of state laws, however, hi" said, was a handicap. James E. Poole of Chicago, an author ity on livestock conditions, declared that large" areas on which cattle wight l: raised lie idle and that more and more farmers were turning their hiy and corn directly into cash instead of feeding livestock. He added that one of the reasons for this was the difficulty of financing breeding operations and sug gested that postal savings on which the government p)' ' 2 per cent interest could be loaned to cattlemen ut S per . cent and that this would go far to re vive the waning industry. Shortage of a meat supply fam the world as a result of the European war, : George L. McCarthy of New Yorl:, see retary of the aaaociation, asrte-l. More than 7V representatives of 5iO packing and supply houses are attend ing the convention. Among subjects to ' he discussed by the convention will be i a request for the povernment to make an appropriation to stamp out tubcrculo- ' sis in cattle and an appeal for the ie moval of the tax from oleomargarine. Washington, D. C, Oct. 20,-The Cud ner resolution looking to.vard the form ulation of n military and naval policy for the United States has been tlio sub- j.'ct of careful perusal uy u e mi i- istration. but so far the administration is not prepared to make any comment upon it. Neither will the administra tion indicate frankly its attitude to wards the increased war appropriations which are being demanded in many quar ters for national defense. The admin istration, however, is known to bo re luctant to recommend radical changes in the status quo. At the White House yesterday it was intimated that the cry for better means of national defense is nil old cry and is not to be taken too seriously," but it was made clear that the question of formulating a military policy had not yet been taken up by the a binet. Secretary Daniels is preparing a state ment in replv to a criticism published in a local paper in which the navy "as. a collective whole as a great war instru ment does not exist." The article Is said to be based upon the opinion of a high naval expert. Mr. Daniels will take direct issue with the views set forth, and will probably make this an occasion to commend the work of the general bonrd to which is entrusted the task of supervising naval policy. The naval programme for the coming year is still in doubt, the secretary him self not yet having received reports from his subordinates or having determined in advance for himself apparently what our naval policy should be. Secretary Daniels, it can be reliably stated, is not a profound student of naval affairs, is a strong peace man and is inclined to op pose the propaganda of "big navy" men. He is making use of the war situation in Europe to reserve his decision as to the naval programme until the last min ute, hinting that the result of a possible naval engagement botwepn Germany and England would necessitate a reversal of plans made at thp present time. It Is freely 'admitted among naval officers that the submarine question is the most im portant one confronting the framers of the next naval appropristion. Congressman Gardner requested Chair man Henry of the committee on rules to assign two days for a bearing on his resolution to investigate the unpreparod ness of the I'nited States for war. In view of the coming adjournment it was not possible tor Mr. Henry to arrange the matter this week, but Congressman Gardner will press for a bearing imme diately on the reassembly of Congress after election. The congressman is fairly swamped with letters and telegrams and is or ganizing a force of clerks to handle his correspondent. Most of the adverse letters are anonymous, some being ex tremely abusive. It is extraordinary. the congressman says, to find the great number of clergymen who agrep with his stand. The manly spirit of tlie letters is most impressive. Many contain offers of expert testimony. FRENCH ARMY MEN TO BUY 20,000 HORSES Six Officers Arrive on the Liner Tour aine Declare That Few Gray Ani mals Are Wanted Color Is Important. New York, Oct. 20. Commissioned to purchase 20,0110 horses for the French armv, captain liaie.caua anu rive outer French ollicers arrived here yesterday aboard the liner Touraine. The captain would not say how he ev pected to get the animals to the front nor where he intended buying them. Ho did say, however, that color was a most important factor, and that no gray horses were wanted. 1 necessary, he will accept one gray colored horse in each 10 bought. The French want horses of a color which will blend more readily with the landscape and not afford a target for the sharpshooters. The captain is authorized to purchase equipment, too. VERA CRUZ PLAN TO CONVENTION President Reveals That Administrative Questions on Evacuation Will Be j So Referred. i i Washington, I). (.'., Oct. 20.- lWd.-i.t W ilson revealed yesterday that admin- ( istrutive questions incident to the eao- nation of Vera Cru, by the American foi 'cea had lieon referred by Gcncrul Car ran.u to the peace convention at Ajjum Colientes. ! Consul Sillinuin, who conferred with General Aguilar at era Cru., report i that the latter has given assurance that all the points will bo satisfactorily ud- j justed. I Such an arrangement is satisfactory j to administration officials here, as they J believe the action of the convention will be binding upon any future government ' in Mexico. 'This government hug not altered its' plans to withdraw the forces, but is ' asking merely that questions he settled before tlie troops depart. Of 12.1 Mexican wounded brought to the American side at N'aco, Ariz:., Sun day, after the fighting between Mexican forces, 4fi have been allowed to remain. The slightly wounded have been returned to Mexico. The 4 will be sent to the hospital at Douglas, where their ex penses will be paid by the Carranxa leaders. w&Js:bip AMUSEMENT NOTES. INTERESTING DATA. Regarding the Consumption of Coffee in the United States. The production of coffee has increased from the few pounds grown in ancient times in a restricted area, in an obscure part of the globe, to the gigantic crops produced to-day in many countries. One modern plantation alone, contains over 8,000,000 trees. The world's production for the crop year, 1912-lf13 was 1(1, 371,000 bags. For the crop ycar 1913 11114 over lK.OOO.iHXl bags is estimated.! Ai old-time New York market report dated December 20, 1823 gives the fol lowing: "The 'import of coffee during the past week was two tierces, one Irarrel, 715 bags." For December, 1013, the imports of coffee into the United States averaged over 138.000 bags per week. The consumption, of coffee in the United States has increased from 2.08 pounds for each person, in 18311, to an estimate of over 10 pounds in 1014 for a vastly increased population. The yearly consumption for each per son, averaged hv period of twenty years, complied from reports of tlie I'nit ed States department of commerce, is as follows: Yearly Per Capita Consumption Aver - age for Twenty Years. 1845 to 1873, 5.7K plus pounds. 18I4 to 1013. 10.25 plus pounds. 1874 to 13. 8.11 plus pounds. Thus it is shown that coffee drinking by the people of the United States has increased with the increasing greatness of the country; and that coff.-e j more and more universally admired and re garded as the indiopensMble national bev erage. Adv. An Old Friend at Opera House Thurs day, Oct. 22. There will be a reunion of old friends at. the. opera house Thursday afternoon and night, Oct. 22, when the familiar personage of "Way Down East' comes back to town. Old Squire HarUett will lie there, to bluster, ami roar, and re lent; and sweet Anna Moore will go out into the realistic snow storm; and Hi Holler w hen he has done the chores, will laugh himself into spasms reading his "Pickin's from Puck." and Kube Whin- pie, the town constable, will relate that "It's all bound round with a woolen string;" and the village choir will sing the old songs as they have la-en doing those many years; and the horses and cattle will munch peacefully in the barn yard just as though Ix-nnox Sanderson (lie villian double-dyed were not intent upon the criminal pursuit of virtue. It is twenty years since "Wav Down East" was tirt presented. Some of the actors have grown old playing their various parts. Others of the first com pany have drifted into newer occupa tions, and several have been claimed bv death but the play remain as fresh and youthful as when the curtain first ros- ujion it. Adv. It's Economy to Cook with both Coal and Gas The New Quaker Gas Oven, attached to the coal range, makes the ideal combination for service quick results comfort and economy We want to show you many advantages of the Quaker gas oven such as aJl cast iron construction Patent oven lighter which pre vents explosion Standard U. G. I. Burners, roomy oven convenienf broiler, and top gas end shelf with three burners. With this combination you are actually buying two ranges combined in the space of one, and you can bake equally well with the , coal or gas oven ' XigSp' it f THE C. WrAVERILLC01IPANY BARRE, VERMONT The "Single Damper" in 77 is r the greatest improvement ever made in stoves. By one motion it regulates fire and oven push the knob to "Kindle", "Bake", or "Check" the range docs the rest Better than two or more dampers. Have you seen it? This Single Damper is patented no other range has it ;vh frvW.r-i (U IUIR? rn with cv.-i 1 1 i VV Vv t it- 1 It sue -t iitcntcf) is easy to remove Edith Thayer in "The Firefly." Arthur Hammerstein will present his famous New York success, "The Firefly." musical comedy ojicra, at the opera house Monday, Oct. 2H with his little pet star, Kdith Thayer, in tiie leading lole. She is a veritable little songbird, who possesses a fine'V balanced sense of comedy and a mngnificent voice to carry her through her song numbers. She sings with her voice, with her eyes, with all the magnetism that is encompassed in her little body, one wonders how such volume of voii-e cn rind lodgment in such a bit of humanity, she is so ex iuisiti'ly small. Clear, sure, searching, mellifluent, the very essence of song. she reflects the soul of the composer. Mr. Ilammcrstcin lias not practiced economy in any department of this pro duction, lie has gathered together a Himpany. even to the modest singers in the chorus, who apply themselves to the portraying of the story of "The Firefly" with a 7ct and in a fashion which doc Mot fail to make the opera bright and attractive. And there is a certain pic turesque novelty to the play, as the scenes shift from the recreation pier in ew York, to the flow ercoxered Iter muda and hack again, that is apalmg to the eye. The rolor blending is so soft snd agri-cable, and in the story you are treated to comedy that is well worth your while. The book and lyrics were written by Otto llauerlmch snd the mucic mHwd by Uudolf Friml. Adv. T0PSHAM. Mr. and Mrs. Elerie Stevens Lose Their Home by Fire: Neighbors Heip. Mr. and Mrs. Kleric Stevens and daughter. Flora, have the sympathy of the entire community in the loss of their home which was destroyed by fire one night last week. I lie tire started in the chamber from a defective stove pipe, and as the family were all in Is-d it was some time before it was dis covered. It had made such head way that before aid could come to their res cue nearly everything was burned, Mr. J Stevens U a hanl-workriig man and had gathered nearly all his produce and stor ed it in the c'yllnr. He hud about UK! bushels of potatoes besides vegetables, apples etc. Tlie donation at town hall Friday evening in their behalf was well attended and many things were con tributed for their help and comfort. Communion will be observed in the I'. I, church on Sunday, Nov. I. School in grammar room was not in fcesaion from Wednesday until Monday as Aliss Kennedy Mas in attendance at the teachers' convention at St. Jolms bury. i Charles ,1. French, mayor of Concord, X. IT., was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. l,eon Moulton last Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Dodge of Waits River, Mrs. Carrie L. Wallace and Miss Florence Chipman of Boston. Mass., were at I. McNamara's last Friday. W ill Huilcy of South Ryegiite Wiis afe H. ("'. Mc-I.am's on Sunday. Robert Hull and Mr. and Mrs. . K White took an auto trip to St. Johns bury last Tuesda','. Mrs. Kdward Green has gone to Man chester for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. Elliott Miller and son. Harok of aits Kiver, called on Iki. J. C. Iaii last Friday. 2 fi How I Helped My Husband to Make More Money BETHEL. Vera Vone of Pittsfield Accidentally Shot by Companion. Vcrn Yow of rittstield was ai-iiih-n- tally stmt in the wood in "Mo, k bridge Ssturdav when Kurl Hulls, a limiting companion. supiMising him to be in iliffi rent location, fired a rhnrgc of Uu into In body. Iheiiig him to lie a rabbit, a be croiii lied tw-nrath the ttihea in pursuit f partridge. Almost the w lile charge etifrri d In ImmIv It point from foot to alioiildcr on Hip ide bit. 1 he oiing man a carried lo hi moth er' home in I'tttat'nM and !r. 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