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THE BAHRK DAILY TIMKS, UAUHti, VT., TUKSDAV, DKCEMUKIt 15, 10U.
ii tt it tt tt tt tt t: tt tt tt tt tt t: tt tt tt tt tt tt MEXICANS KILL TWO AMERICANS Washington Hears of Slay, ing in State of Sonora CARRANZA WARNS BRYAN Shooting Across the Border an "Unfriendly Act" Washington, Doc. 15. Two American, no nunicu Thomas t rand aim nnortiiT rlioa namo was not eivon, wore killed several days ago by Mexicans between .Apia 1'rieta and Nacozari in the statu of Sonora, the consular agent at Caimncn re ported to the state department yesterday afternoon. No details of how they met their deaths were jziven. The state de partment has ordered an investigation. The situation at Naco loomed increas- "COME HOME TO DINNER WITH ME" "No, thank you. Can't eat with any comfort now." "Whatt. Haven't you beard about Dys pep-letbf Sure thing for flour stom ach, distress, heartburn and all indigen tion." ' "Do you guarantee them?" "I certainly do ou my own experience and that of many friend. Always carry a box in mv pocket." I "All right! I'll como and enjoy a Bond meal once, more. Dyi-pep-IcU ore making last iricnas of all who try tuem. Atlvt. $1,982,000 CUT FROM BUDGET THESECRETOFSUCCESS Genuine Merit Required to Win the People's Confidence Have you ever stopped to reason why it is that so many products that are ex tensively advertised, all at once drop out of sight and are soon forgotten? The reason is plain the article did not ful fill the promises of the manufacturer. This applies more particularly to a med icine. A medicinal preparation that has real curative value almost sells itself, as like an endless chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefited, to those who are in need of it. A prominent druggist says: "Take for example Dr. Kilmer's iSwamn-Root, a preparation I have sold for many years and never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every case it shows excellent re milts, as many of my customers testify. No other kidney remedy that I know of has so large a sale." According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation, the success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to the fact that it fulfills almost every wish in overcoming kidney, liver and bladder dis eases, corrects urinary troubles and neu tralises the uric acid which causes rheu matism. You may receive a sample bottle of Rwamp-Root by parcels post. Address Dr. Kilmer A Co., Iiinghamton, N. Y., and enclose ten cents; also mention the j Harre Daily Times. Advt. insrlv aerlous vesterday. Despite the withdrawal of the convention forces it is stated that bullets continue to land north of the boundary. Kacli faction blames the other, but it is accepted in official quarters that continuation must force the Lmted .Mates to act. General Taskcr II. liliss, commanding in person at Naco, Ariz., was yesterday or- lered to make an additional report on tne exact conditions and especially on the lo- ation ana armament or ine ueuigereni forces. The announcement that General Hill, commanding the Carranzista troops, which hold Naco, Sonora, had received two three-inch field pieces, sent him through the Carranza junta here in WaHh- lngton, has caused an inquiry to he made regarding the extent that arms are now being sent across the border. Although the embarco on arms was never replaced at a number of customs points officials have simply held up arms and ammuni tfon "pending inquiry," and no one here seemed to know yesterday wny trus ae tion was not taken at Naco. It is admitted that if General Bliss' ar tillerv shells the Mexican trenches the shots mav be answered with others that will do much damage at Naco, The Spanish ambassador was notified yesterday that through the efforts of the state department the release of Jennie (Jorillo, a Spaniard sentenced to aeatn at Tampico, had been obtained. The Brazilian minister at Mexico City informed the state department yesterday afternoon that Kliner K. Jones of lx An House Reports the Bill, but Heeds Wilson's Econ-. omy Dictum DECIDE YOURSELF by HEAVIER THAN LAST YEAR Mileage and Auto Appropri ations Also Are Pruned geles, vice president of the Wells-Fargo Kxpress Co. in Mexico, and G. A. O'Brien, general manager of the same company, who were under arrest in Mexico City, have as a result of the good office of the state department representatives been re leased and furnished transportation, the minister of war giving them full protec tion. , - f H. Terry Meaker, an Englishman, has been imprisoned at Navajo, Sonora, charged with transporting enemies of the state in his automobile. Meaker says he Was threatened with death and forced to transport them. Consul Simpieh has tak- on the matter up with General Mayto rena. A dispatch from Vera Crur, dated Dec. 12 states that a strike by street railway employes went into effect at noon and that no cars are running. Washington, Dec. 15. Heeding Presi dent Wilson's economy dictum, the House appropriations committee yesterday re ported the legislative executive judicial appropriation the "budget" bill with a merciless slashing of estimates. The to tal was $S3S,744,72:), a cut of about $1, 082,000 in the estimates, but more than a million dollars heavier than last year's budget. , An agricultural census appropriation of $2,280,100 was provided, although the committee last year did not provide this item. Believing that economy, like charity, begins at home, the committee slashed the time honored 20 cent ft mileage per- quisitive for congressmen to five cents a mile and at the same time refused an appropriation for automobiles ' for the vke president and the speaker. lay envelope!) of but few government employees wll lie any fatter, nor will there be many extra jobs for the faith ful. Cuts in the list of both the postoffice and pensions branches permitted iur ther economy, although this was offset by allowance for 1,000 clerks to take the agricultural census. Th Opportunity Is Hera, Backed Ban Testimony Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a stranger's statement. Read Barre endorsement Read the statements of Carre citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one case of it. C A. Churchill, 35 Merchant street, Uarre, says: "I used one box of Doan's Kid ney Pills, and they benefited me so greatly that I continued until all symptoms of kidney com plaint had disappeared. On sev eral occasions since, I have taken this remedy with good results. I have often advised a trial to friends and acquaintances whom have heard complaining of backache. I. think that Doan's Kidney Pills are a remedy cer tainly worthy of endorsement. Price 50c, at all dealers . Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan s Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Churchill had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buf falo, N. Y. AMERICA'S GREAT OPPORTUNITY Close of War Should Leave the United States in a Position Commanding a Large Share of the World's Trade. NO ACTION ON LEWIS BILL. Boston Market. Boston, Dec. 1"). The strength of min ing shares and the decline of Boston & Maine to 30V. were the features of the opening sales on the local exchange yes terday. At noon the market was quiet and generally rlrm. r:::ts::::::nnn::n::::t:::::::::::::nu:::;:u:n: I Holiday Sp eciais e o tt 7 cakes V orld boan for Zoc : ' 7 cakes Sunny Monday Soap for 25c ti 6 cakes Every W oman s boap lor Zoc 2 cans best Red Salmon for 23c ! 7 boxes Sardines for 25c j Apricots, 2 lbs. for 23c ?! Regular 50c Green Tea for 32c Regular 40c Ceylon Tea for 21c Regular 40c English Breakfast Tea at 21c Regular 38c CofTee at 27c 3 packages None Such Mince Meat for 23c 3 packages Evaporated Apples for 25c 30c package of Purity Oats for 20c 6 packages of Shredded Wheat for 53c 25c can of Royal Cocoa for 3 packages of Puffed Rice for 20c 25c F. A. Nichols & Son SI? NORTH MAIN STREET. BARRE. VI TELEPHONE Itt-W Congress Won't Act On Government Op eration of Telephone. Washington, Pec. IS. Postmaster Gen era! Burleson's recommendation in his annual report yesterday for "postalia- tion, of government ownership ot t lie country's telephone and telegraph sys tem will receive jio action from Congress at this session. Representative Lewis of .Maryland, father of the scheme in the House, declared yesterday that he saw no chance for the legislation with the press of other business, but he added hopefully that he expects the plan to puss in the next session. In the meantime he wilt continue his study of the subject and will perfect his bill before the next session, so that it will have no loopholes. Mr. Iwis charged yesterday that the telephone and telegraph companies are making a bitter light against the pro poned b'U under the guise of "eduiiatiiig" the public through magazines. "They are sending a lot of money with the magazines." said Mr. Lewis. "But I think we'll pass the bill at the next session. The iKistolTiee appropriation bill, prac tieally completed, contains a dame pro' posing further investigation of the gov eminent wire ownership plan, opposing definite action at the present short ses sion of Congress. CANADA TO BORROW $100,000,000 A YEAR This to Continue as Long as War Lasts, in Opinion of the Minister of Finance. Montreal. Dec. 15. Canada probably will have to borrow fliXUKHhotMl a yenr while the war laits, in the opinion of V T. White, dominion minister of finance Mr. White so asserted yesterday after noon in an address before the business men of the dominion to do all within Cieir power to inereane Canadian produe tion to effect the adverse balance of trade. HIT BY POTATO SLUMP. GIVE BOOKS A good book is a continuous source of pleas ure. There i no more appropriate holiday gift. To learn of the lxt issued this season, call and look over the display at Martin's Book Store .118 North Main Street here a choice selection will be found to ati.fy the requirements of little ones and grown-ups. Nolliinz Better Than a Book TOILET SETS y cIcTghtful r-fir.g of frh. rew fxvK rx-.-gM ft per ;!! for hru-lzv g.ft. S'rr.e t-f the are qu;te in prr.-he nd very !a.-r, n hi! others re f-!a!or in rqv'.p- Manicure Requisites in nin nnc E on et !? C,ift Thai ltf. i piTtriktt Hirf h Bangor 4 Aroostook Railroad Traffic Is Badly Aftedtd. Tlangor, Me., Dt. !.. With potato's selling at ." cents a barrel, and the de mand slow even at that low price, biii ness in Anvwtook county, which has St', (Ssijmki huohels of K,taW to market. U very much depressed, and freipht traflic n the Hatitf'-r St Arnntook railroad ba been tut ia,r affeetod that the company has ben obliged to practice every e.n vmr possible. Men are being laid off in many depart i.-nt of the .Trice, arid IX ' at D'Thy bare brn put on a fitc- dav - k M-lii-diile, and the dining-car .IM-Miee Hl'l-endi-d. Not only have potato shipments fallen . ff nearly 2,"(.(it bimhela at compared it?i lt rr, but tbr tiaa brn .inki-e in all ! of freight, and th Jem..rliration of the potato market Im atT"t f-net t'aflic tn and from .S r n k . In art m iratinn of g tii ne. t..i ti-n a ety larpp and f!ne potata Tn. U, I'arifur A Arnnatook re-c-ntlr made mimrum td pwiv 4 Hm tn its rolbrr fcik ed motive ' r. I I - j-tiJ ng a prt deal of pi"ir on t'a k irTpr.,n,ert-. only t' t the 'i,;i.-t f?l nd ntT .. ntnf 1 It i 1 l'y trial, on- b t..T a rert !-i it, ir. n"tt i l.ii"M w :i'n t' ntt f. f- t, t r.!.'.d rir P r,,e. -,?,e ,.f it n"T trff ti'fr An iefe the -f t ,-- I nrp e .;... tt I ! tt , tt ; t: tt tt! ; t: ft t: tt tt tt t: t: Washington, Dec. 15. The close of the European war will find the United States firmly established in possession of share of the world's trade never before gained by American manufacturers, In the opinion of Dr. C. . A. Veditz, com mercial attache to the embassy at Paris, who has left for. his post. "European countries now at war have hitherto pro vided 42.2 per cent of the world's total export trade," said Dr. Veditz. "They have sold to other nations $18,500,000,000 worth of goods annually. Much of this trade has been destroyed. Commercially Bpeakinp, Belgium no longer exists snd Germany's foreign trade is but a fraction of what it used to be. trance is busy with other things thn commerce, and even hngland, despite her naval suprem acy, nas nad to readjust herselr to an entirely new and restricted situation. Rusxia lias expressed in no uncertain terms a friendly attitude toward Amer ican importations. I look for a readjust ment of commercial relations at the close of the war which shall put us in evitably in a position to do an increas ing share of the world's trade if we real ly want it. To get that trade, is the chief function of the commercial at taches. There is bound to be a senti mental boycott for many years in pre-j cut belligerent nations against the goods i of their enemies. (Germans will not buy K'nglish, French or Russian goods if they can possibly help it. and it is safe to say that German goods will not easily be come popular with thu allies or that Bel gium will regard with favor things marked 'Made in Germany.' Everybody knows this war is costing the participat ing nations billions of dollars. That money must be raised ultimately by tax-! ation and of course the manufacturers will come in for the lion'a share of this new business. If this means anything, tt means increased cost of production, and increased cost of production is apt to mean an increiise in selling prices audi- cient to handicap selling to neutral mar kets." SAYS THAT MORO OUTBREAK WOULD FOLLOW FREEDOM Clash with Northern Filipinos Predicted By Brigadier General Mclntyre as Probable Result of Independence. Washington, Dec. 15. Brigadier Gen oral Mclntyre, chief of the bureau of in sulur affairs, testified before the Semite Philippine committee yesterday on the bill for ultimate independence oi tne is lands, that the Moros and the inlanders of the north probably would clash after in dependence was given, but that none of the other tribe In his opinion, would be restive. Present limitation of land dis tributions to 40 acres to an Individual and 2,500 to a corporation, he said, was luimperirig development of the beet sugar industry. 2,030 LAWFUL DEER KILLED IN VERMONT According to Reports Thus Far Submit ted to Commissioner Titcomb To tal in Excess of That of 1913. Report of deer killed in the state of Vermont during the open season of 1014, based upon statistics furnished the state commissioner, J. W. Titcomb, to date: Total number of lawful deer shot 2,030 The. report by counties is as follows: Addisou 108 Bennington 210 Caledonia 105 Chittenden 72 Essex 154 Franklin 57 Grand Isle 1 Lamoille 140 Orange 87 Orleans 8!) Rutland 238 Washington 207 Windham 286 Windsor 207 The total number of lawful deer killed the previous year was 1,hi)2. Reports have also been received show ing that 11.1 does, 2j short-horn bucks and five fawns were shot during the pres ent open season, including a few days prior to the open season. In 1913 re ports were received of 180 does, 42 short horn bucks and 11 fawns. TEACHERS' MEETING INTERESTING CHICAGO CHARITIES SWAMPED. Zero Weather Fills Municipal Lodging Houses With Homeless Men. CliicaLti. Pec. 1 5.-i Charitable organir-a- tions were swamped here yesterday with wth appeals for aid as a result of a cold ti -i v iti,li ttwrittt i he (.rest lukea rpcinn Sunday night. The teni-rature dropjred nu;n " uo" thirty-one degree to rero in 12 hours. ''," M Olive All municipsl lodging bouse were patk 1-d with home.es men last night. STALLING S SIGNS CONTRACT. Manager of World's Champion Braves Secure for Next Five Seasons. Rot-ton, 1W 15. George T. Malline. There Was Large Attendance at Soutb Royalton Yesterday, South Royalton, Dec. 15. A general teachers' meeting was held here yester day, with morning and afternoon ses sions, which was attended by nearly all the teachers of the union school district, in spite of the inclement weather. Un usual interest was shown on all the va rious topics. In the forenoon there was a discussion of topics previously assigned, as follows: Should Spelling Be Oral or u ntten, and Why !" Mrs. Cleveland, Misses Magntison, Tewksburv, Wheeler, Howe; "Aids to Teaching Beading in the Lower Grades," Misses Wynn, Gilley, Wallace; "School iJi w 1 hat J eachers Ought to Know Misses Benson, Buck, Mrs. Riford; "Influ ence of the Teacher on the Pupils as Re gards the Conduct, Personal Appearance and Personal Habits of the Teacher, Misses Smith, Edmunds. Morse; "What Can the Teacher of This I nion I)o t Improve Their lYofessional Standing! Misses Fowler, Osborne, (a I "Formation of an Association in the Union." (b "Maximum Salary for Untrained Teach ers," (c) "Ace Limits," (d) "Methods for Securing Action," (e) "Miuimium Salarv for Trained Teachers," (f) "Professiona Heading Club." Misses Wheeler, Howe (gl "Attendance at the Summer Session of the Normal Schools," Miss Osborne "What Can the Teacher Do to Interest the People of Her Community in Her School! Mrs. Wentworth, Misses Good war, Bohonon; "Best I'se for the Noon Hour," Misses Hebard, Tewksburv, Luce Heath, Adams; "Advantage of Reading to the Pupils By the Teacher," Misses Sargent, Manning, Wright: "Induatriu Exhibits and Their Uses," Mrs. Wallace, Miss Fowler; "Method of Saving Time in Large Rural S hools, Misses Flint Richardson, Piuith. The afternoon program was as follows' I orchestro; Supervised A. talef, teacher train ing course, Chelsea; discussion; "Atti tudes." II. C. P.ice, union superintendent of Randolph (enter; vocal solo, with eel b oMiijato, Miss Sargent and Mr. Holmes; "Method in Geography," M"ia Jennie C. Allinghum, teacher training course, Mont pelier aeininarv; 4licuion: MethtxU in I nghsh, l.eorife .1. Seajrer, union super iiitenrtent, South liarre; discussion; mu- s ns fi r of the world s champion Boston I sir, biph u liool orchestra; question bo; rave, according to report, ha signed ' busine; ilomg. "America, with acccni- m Itn a contract for an additional four ers j panimrnt by orchestra. after his present contract nins out at the i lose of the coming season. The sal ary terms of the new contract were not given out. Wants Facts in Hall Pardon. Woreester, Vi., W. l.V Rpresen- !tsth RolsTt M. st, burn of Wormtif : announced ret' r!ay thst be is to in teodiiee at the wit ion of the lim ns, lu tt lejfikNture an order for a b-g-islstive inv.t gti"fi of the psrdon granted to .lohn A. Ha1!, tV Sorit ibr i.le Isink defaulter, by tl-e foveroor and council lat ek. that tS moe may te Mim nnt.-i irnm piiTn. ir. Washburn i t a-k ti.nt the it. r-t las ting committee eorripeI rnal!y of llepnbliian are! V-nvrt'. HEGY'S MUSTARINE ENDS SORE THROAT, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA WiU Not Blister and Is Always Ready Nothing So Good for Rheumatic Pains and Neuritis IMMIGRATION FIGURES. wall s7Frtt w:tF. orrx. AS S'e'l t Ttr- a tie Or-e Karfcet Iff-tty. y ew IW 1 ". , , ri!"l'4 " t'.e f f f t'.e . It 1 a .- w .- t ir t 7"t ! "9' i-i on i Tt t . .!.- ' f , . t ' "t - i . l,,, !.. n t j la t l. tl". t. o t- " t. 4 t-. "J ' r tt, 30,456 A4mitted ia Oftfiber Araiast US, 149 ia Same Koc'.h Last Year. lVii i,f.i. !.. 1.', - A !.''' - ' .terl) t'V t ,e ljr.! 4 , ns f-r . t t)it t'te T -!!! It t ft,)- ( I !-1 -ta in Ht- 't 3"ll 'nw rrt ''. ei-. t-t nt Hi ii MnVt.' l.J. Tor fie (Mir m.e .f t' fl vtr t',!j re .'re t'4 l."7-r-2 iff i i !"-t ? tz t ..uil in r r"frp .r-'-ei t-e i.vtr- tur jr. For only 2 certs vnn n r't a bie yellow h,. of ye!W MI'sTARIN P.. and sincere i!--iirrit ill fell rou thst if it isn't better than any jlsster. Iin.ment or pmiUwe vft fvrr ned, rnoner hark. Fl'iV M l TAR ME ab.rKs i'nstart 1t. ( rery f--f trat iff and that h it ejfi'r takes a fear minutes to jet of -r, i.e. becilarhe, toothache, ba. Vacbe an4 twrra1-ia. ffth it on t t . 1 1 1 in the mornmf ' taf '.,T t.r. ,) b Utter Jt ts t he ne sir with t"fie,!.t is. br. 4i't it4 le"nr. It jnTe b'Mib44 remer f' rraif. !. Mnim. hnfeseM. ot if! te.fc. rTnJ' n i r or ns4e. k f lU'.y Vt-vtSIfMC in the y'iw h i . te c f n j !'. TT Uta'd I f7rtn A"tt. FOR HIS CHRISTMAS q BATH ROBES some beauties, any one of them good enough to make a' most acceptable gift, $3.50 to $15. q HOUSE COATS-Just the thing most men need, and few have, $3.50 to $15. q BAGS, SUIT CASES - Used by all men, and very acceptable as a gift, $1 up. q HOSE AND HANDKERCHIEF SETS A gift that is not new, but al ways welcome, all prices. UMBRELLAS AND Nothing better for a gift; CANES our line is es pecially full of good suggestions. q THINGS TO WEAR-Anything for man or boy is here in abundance; they are priced right. After all, something to wear makes as good a gift as any man can ask for. q Christmas shopping is made simple at this store. MOORE & OWENS, Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont. Qualify! Not Premiums CIGARETTES Camels Sell Without Premiums NO premiums or coupons go with Camel Cigarettes, be cause all the quality goes into the tobaccos a choice Turkish and domestic blend. Withe very whiff from a Camel Cigarette you notice the absence of the cigaretty taste and stung tongue or parched throat. 20 for 10 cents tad you never smoktd a more de lightful cigarette, no odds whit you paid. Match dime against a pack ag today 1 U yomr JrmUr tmn'l tmpph yaw, mmnd IO ft mntpmthmf t $1 .00 fur m Mrtss len ver 100 rifartrftc, ? pnpmid. Artw9 am&inff I (-,, if yom e'( hn4 C A MILS as rsr. if, reurn ththmr mimm pmck , mn4 aea will ramW yawr R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winatoa-Salcm, N. C A. V. Beckley Dealer in Taints, Oil?, White Lead, Varnishes, Wall Paper, Mouldings, etc. ; Artists' Supplies a Specialty 46 Main Street Over Drown's Drug SU-rt Telfphonf 2S9-W IlarTe, Vermont JUST RECEIVED Two h-ndrctl Heavy Hoys Suit's which we at the . :r.z prices for this wk cr.!.r: Hoy?' JfJ.Vi Suit? f t H 'vs' &"..V1 Suit? Z.X r Her J19 33 Holid av THE KIND THAT THEY WILL AirRECIATE i HANI) SAWS fts HANI) DRILLS Hll EAST DRILLS HITS CHISELS HIT BRACES OIL PI-ANES FLIERS HAMMERS SHAVES HEATERS V J.T" -..'3 i) " I ;?! J" " J 1 ,i:r htre f rr- B y?' Suit t 4.19 The fif? r.:n frm t- 19 xtztK ' " ' CUMMINGS & LEWIS, nr.rr.f.isTs . irt;" arri.s ni s The N. D. Phelps Co., Tk-j rfff 21. rUrr, Vrmrt r Ctr-i i c t is ir AMERICAN CLOTHIXG CO. Irfl Nnr1 Tin 5!mt - tayva4 a