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THE UAUUE DAILY TIMES, I.AHKE, VT., THURSDAY, FEUIIUAHY 11, 1915.
SEES GERMANY HOSTILE TO U.S. Bent on Courting Trouble Says London News paper .WOULD FORCE WAR ON US To Furnish Excuse for More Favorable Peace Terms London, Feb. 11. The London Daily Wail gives prominence to an article dis cussing ttii! recent change in th (ionnnn attitude toward the United States of America, which the writer believes is actuated by a deflnit purpose: "From fawning on America." he say, "Germany has suddenly taken to defy ing her. She seems deliberately bent on courting American resentment. "The German newspapers in the last ten days have developed an acrid, scorn ful, even hostile tone in their comment on American statesmen and policy, and Carman miners rarelv. least of all In ! war time, deal with foreign politics ex ept under the direct inspiration of ofli ialdom." The writer thinks also that the Ccr nan threat to sink neutral ships in the j lorbulden zones ta inronutui vu iiuiw American sentiment-and strike directly, at American interests, lie suggests tlmt Germany i aiming at a breach with the United States to compel that republic io join the ally's, whereupon she could lave her face, and lamenting that the vhole world is against her, announce hat it would be useless to continue the struggle with her only available source f supplies closed against her and her forces hopelessly outnumbered. More over, the writer points out,! she could it once repudiate the possibility of fight ing the United States, to which she is bound by the innumenfble ties of blood, so many Germans having found a home in the republic. "With what enthusiasm would Amer- can opinion respona to sucn an ap leBlintr move?" the writer add. lhat. II Al. 11 4 l.A A.i si? A-OU..I u.ge upon - neeting Germany half way. 1 mi would lave the whole of America, clamoring or peace no matter what the terms night lc so long as it ended the war, laved the noble German people, in the last extremities of disaster. Their suf fering would have a tremendous influ ence on American sympathies and would swing them to the side of the Germans, while the allies would be faced with the alternative of concluding a worth less peace or of carrying on a war with American sentiment, possibly American policy, against them. "When we see, therefore, Germany ap parently Hinging sanity to the winds and going out of her way to provoke the United Mates we may well reflect that there may be method in her mad ness. She may see in the American en trance into the arena a possible way to escape entanglements otherwise hopeless and a means of gaining time to spring upon her enemies." RUSSIANS OUT OF BUKOWINA CAPITAL Statement Issued from Berlin Says That Ciar's Forces Have Abandoned City of Cternowiu. Ttcrlin, Feb. 11. -The mimwn achieved by the Aulro German forces in l!uk nwina, the Hungarian r row it land adjoin ing Galici;). have cau'l the alndou inent by the I.'n-eians of Oornowitx. rapital of Pnkow ina, accoi ding to a etute tnent issiu J here yi-ti-rdny. The l iti liK lit follows: " Mir trop have occupied Niifvava (Mint lira stern Ihiknw ina I and are inarch ing toward Oi-riiowitr. wliiih liaa !wt abandoned by the lui-'inn goxernor. Kvreimoh. ami his parriwm. who r tired to Xovofciclx a" (ori the Itiiin 1ml t T raft of Crertiow il?i. I CANT LF.ND FERU. Banks Present a Memorial is House of Representatives Declaring It Iir possible Lima, lVrn. lib. II. A fftr rNvn i the House of l.'t pr-chll ive ')i- J a povernini nt I'.an .f ) r,. .ii. 7 '(, tank Tno- lav jrewi.tr. I tn.tio-i.i I 1 t onfrcM t'mt it won! )w ini; r-;!',f to make a p. i .n to the fnn-piw n'. Peculiir After Effects of Gri? This Ye:n Leaves Kiiney ia Weakened Cot4 tioa I !! I l-r . ,.f I . )a I 'fi I .- , ;.e I .. ft ! Si .- h I i .. t 1 l 7"h Ml;l- " f l" f' t .. ' y 44 ',.-- I i i r a riir i n . t i i.iiHya. l.!i ni " f - T"wt ' - - l-k an I v nil t- i 1'4 l" ! 1 1- a t....- '. . l I' i-'l th ,, . t. t. i.-ii 11 t " .-.. I I r-1 t a ! . T"t - p. I .. r r- t a .! - ?''. I. f ip i H - .- V .. . " . -1 THE NEW TREATMENT FOR SOUR STOMACH cut out soda mints and chalk, ho oxten (lively used in the old-time "dyspepsia tubletH." They hw too harsh for even strong xtoimichs, and often do harm if continuously taken. Dys-pep-letu are made by experts who understand these thing and have combined the best stmn mil remedies known to physicians-pep-sin, bismuth, mint, rhubarb and other cainiiniitivi s and correctives--Jinto deli cious tablets, tlmt not only look good, hut taste good and do good. They quick ly relieve sour stomach, nnustfa, indiges tion, heartburn.- Ailvt. BONI-GOULD MARRIAGE STANDS. Church Tribunal Rejects Plea for Annul ment. Paris, Feb. 11. -Count Boni de ('as tellnne lias lost his suit for the annul ment of his marriage to Anna Gould, ac cording to' a dispatch from Kome, which states that the Hota tribunal has reject ed his plea. Arguments in the yise were closed Tuesday before the church court and an immediate announcement of the decision was made. The count's former wife aft er her divorce married the duke of Tal levrand. The action of the Rota tribunal puts an end to the efforts of Count lioni to have his marriage annulled. Count Honi's plea was based on the, contention that prior to their marriage his bride had ex pressed the intention of divorcing under certain eventualities. , Count tfoni de Castellane's appeal to the Vatican tribunal has ' been before the court since 1010. If be had been successful he would have been able to marry again, atid it is said would have pained the custody of his children. He was divorced by Miss Anna Gould in the Paris courts on Nov. 14, 100(5. Miss Gould afterward married the Prince de Sagan, who is now the duke of Talley rand. gT()RM DOES $1,000,000 DAMAGE AT COLON Over Half of the Eastern Breakwater Destroyed Two Indians Killed Four-Master Beached. Colon, Feb. 11. The. damage wrought by the ftorm which began Tuesday is estimated at nearly $1,000,000. Over half of the eastern breakwater in course of construction here has been destroyed. The waves are still rolling over the western breakwater, but the storm, the worst norther since the breakwater was buUt, is now abating. During the night Tuesday, the four master Pendleton, with a cargo of piles, became water-logged and was beached. The waterfront of the harbor is strewn ith piles, tinier and other wreckage . , 1 .. . , ., j,lt,,K. The storm was responsible for the deaths of two Indians.. Six inches of rain fell, which was unprecedented for February, the driest month of the year here. ROOSEVELT STRIKE BROKEN. Three Hundred of the 800 Odd Workmen Return at Compromise Wage of $1.80. Koosevelt, X. J., Feb. 11. Three hun dred strikers at the local plants of the American Agricultural Chemical Co., where on, dsn. 19 two of their fellow laborers were shot and killed by deputy eheritr and others wounded, went back to work yesterday, according to K. It. Chapman, the company's division super intendent. Ho said they had accepted the company's offer to pay them $1.80 for a day of ten hours, which is a com promise between their former wapea of jk',2 a day and the reduction to $1.00, which caused the strike. IVtwecn WHI and !oO employes in all went on strike. PROTECTING PRISTINE BEAUTY. Kansas Legislature Considers a Bill to Prohibit Use of cosmetics. Topi-ka. Kan., Feb. 11. Kansas women under 4." years of age who wear ear rings or treat their faces with cosmetics "for the purpose of cresting a false im-pn-ion." will lie guilty of misdemean ors and upon convict ion be subject to fmtHi. if a hill introduced yesterday In the lower house of the legislature be comes a l.i w. Face powder, jwrfnme, tnle lair and bleaching rnatrriala for t'ie hiir are among the articles eniimrr stcd in (he lit tlie women are forbidden ! to u-. 1 lie bill provides that the wom ! en may not have their ear pierced or j wir frrmg "at parties or in any pub ! lie flair." INSULTS VMBASSADOR CERABD. German 'in Berlin Treatre Audience De claims Against America. P. , A , Km . i tia loip.h.n. Feb. 11. While or Gi-raid and a party from the inVi'y were attending a " 'v f.f t t 1 ' v wmv jrr't1y a pin in the sulini who. fry were ,;.un, " ' 1 r-1, I f. .. V r thia ins w aa irifomo-d I n rrimikt wfre Jirete-f ataint -'-f m kiki-'T-, he a m-! i ! tiraif f;'i"il t'i ' ' for p r:i, U,, t'.e tupor ii f rrr. CAff AD1AX COLD CODING. . tr-e! ef :.S v-.ro f"n Ottawa Sa 4 t Have Bcea Arrar.jfS. .w l lH. II. -T i'ii- f.it t f : -' t 'i t t t . v i . i ii.-. i i h 1 .l.".l) t'.f- 1 t . 1 i i ) 1'.e i't r- M to r t tl t -r . -f t ' ' - r, HI .f t 1't i ft lnClHI ff'.f! ,w -k a! i'j ti?..a at -.-. i i w r I -f t t ' t ?, f 4 m j t t Amor- i. 1 r a o? i 1 . i m ir . rCF'fR PAirSIR TO TE'SOTT H I e tA y I ' V Tern, Srs-e t It f T lit F?e Tear. SAYS WILSON IS DICTATOR Representative Good Asserts He Aided Railroad Rate Rise HE USED HIS INFLUENCE The Charge Causes a Lively Wrangle in House Others Defend Washington, Feb. 1 1. RepnwentatWe Good of Iowa precipitated a lively wran gle in the House yesterday by charging that President Wilson influenced the in terstate commerce commission to grant the 5 tier cent, increase in rates for eastern railroads. The incident occurred during the de bate on a motion by Representative Gil lett of Massachusetts to strike out of the sundry civil bill a $3,000,000 ap propriation to continue the physical val uation of the country' railroads. First to answer Mr. Good's charge was Mr. Gordon of Ohio, who declared it was the first time anyone had dared say onenlv what Republican members had been whispering among themselves, lie had heard the charge, be said, and had gone to the president about it. The president told him, he stated, that It was untrue, and that ho would as soon think of trying to influence the supreme court. a Citing newspaper articles as part evi dence, Mr. Good repeated his accusation, declaring that all the new appointees to the interstate commerce commission are men who favor increasing rates. Com missioner Daniels, who has gone to Chi cago to take evidence on the question of increasing rates in the West, as asked by western railroads, will file a recom mendation favoring a 5 per cent, in crease, he predicted. "And the interstate commerce com mission under pressure from the presi dent will grant the increase," be went on. The president, said Mr. Good, has found an effective way of "knocking Bry an into a cocked but." He declared Sec retary Bryan never again would be able to tour Iowa telling the people there who bvlieve in him that the president would favor increasing freight rates. Representative Foster of Illinois said Mr. Good was gtiiltv of unfairness that surpassed partisanship in making charge, which, he maintained, could not be. sud etantiated. As for Secretary Bryan, he said, be had been "knocked into a cocked hat" regularly every 30 days for the past 20 years, but still survives and grows stronger. Representative Mooa of West Virginia, Republican, said that he did not believe the charge, because the interstate com merce commission would not stand for such dictation, even if the president rs "the greatest dictator we have had in 50 veara." STILL HOPING TO AVIOI) EXTRA SESSION President Wilson Would Pass th Ship Purchase Bill Without Recalling Congress. Washington. Feb. 1 1. Persistent re ports that lYeaident Wilson had deter mined on an extra aesnion of Congress beginning on March 5, if the administra tion ship bill failed to pass at the pres ent session, were met at the White House yesterday with the fist statement that no extra session bad been deter mined on and that the president hoped to pass the ship bill without one. H was reiterated, however, that should an extra session be necessary Ur passage of the bill it would be called. The presi dent talked over that phsse of the situa tion with House leaders yesterday anJ found them of varied opinions. BAKERS APPEAL TO WILSON. Chicago Association Asks for Embargo oa Wheat Exportation. Chicago, Feb. 11. On rbalf f the !..'ss1 members if the Master linkers' association of Chicago, ft. II. Ia Lllinmer, president of th aciation. has aietit a resolution tn I'w-si.lent Wilson asking that a riffid rniliargn be decUrrd pn the eporttiim nf wheat and flour for a period of at least W days. filRLS ! STOP WASHING THE HAIR WITH SOAP Soap lines Your Sralp, Cansiet Daa j tnB, Then H:r Falls Oat Try This Sett Time A't'T al .nr -ir bar ,th i . i!im at; y a 1 Imlw t" t .' f in "') t'-.e ir an I i'1 In -a. li i - r 1 e a ' t-r'r j" -. anJ nr J ! a Ih,4 - ti I r ,'--.-,' iit ii-.i'ii s b v h I Ni .' - n4 ca w it it'- ti.i: ti r..-n J vr bur, ts'. r "' v-trt mi a t Ti". Tb.a il ta-tf "t. ' t-rt fi O c 1 la a as" ; ! . ! h iw4. ywif t.t ."! s f.., i.?ir tw -. lot )t V at.! f i"r ar ? 4 f.- sn tit-; . -l-V t - a a 1 lr a a . l'r . H I . .ii' tr.f.f aj.'S tw-ti tl i -f lHn4. n - BEST LAXATIVE FOR BOWELS "CASCARETS" They Clean Liver; Sweeten Stomach; End Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Indigestion, Constipation. Get a 10-cent host. Are you keeping your bowels, liver, and stomach clean, pure and fresh with t ascarets, or merely forcing a passage way every few days with salts, cathar tic pills, castor oil or purgative wa tersT 8top having a bowel wash-day. Let Ciiscarets thoroughly cleanse and regu late the stomach, remove the sour and fermenting food and foul gases', take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will make you feel great by morning. They work while you sleepnever gripe, sicken, or cause any ' inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a box from your druggist. Mil lions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and never have headache, biliousness, coated 'tongue, "indigestion, sour stomach or constipated bowels. Cascarets belong in every household. Children just love to take them. Advt. NORWICH TJNIVERSllY On Saturday evening, about 30 cou ples from the Sigma Phi Epsilon fra ternity, including invited guests from the other fraternities and the Commons club and the faculty, enjoyed sleigh ride and dance. The teams stopped at Davis brothers' store, snd that is where they danced until midnight, when the return trip was made. Refreshments were served at 10:30 by Mrs. H. E. Ea tabrooks, matron at the Sigma Phi Ep silon fraternity. All reported a very fine time. M. J. Flood, ex-'17, of Nashua, X. H., w-as a visitor in town for a few davs last week. C. T. Bonney, '18, and C"J. Dockler, 'IS, have both left college and are planning to enter Annapolis, as each has an appointment as principal. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Joseph M. Pierce, '14. and Miss Florence Fletcher, both of Fitch burg, Mass. Special examinations for deficiencies in previous work will be held on Friday and Saturday of this wec.. Friends in town have received announce ment -of the marriage of Arthur F. Hol land, '13, to Miss Quentie L. PotU of New Martinsville, W. Va. Mr. Holland is emrdoved on the Ohio river dam con struction work, which is being carried on by the government. The N. TJ. hock ey team was scheduled to play the Part mouth freshmen on Saturday last, but as they were waiting for the train the Dartmouth manager telegraphed that ther would In" unable to plav because the warm weather had spoiled the rink. Through the death of illiam J. Bovce. his son. E. A. Boyce, NT. U. '10, has been appointed to bis father's late office, that of treasurer and general man ager of the Mad River Lumber company. Howard S. Fa her of Medford. Mass., and Manager Whittaker of the Norwich baseball team have closed a contract, wherebv Mr. Fahey is to coach the N. U. team during the coming season. Fabey is a former Dartmouth sliortstop, one of the best ever on a Dartmouth team, and has also played with the Philadel phia Athletica and the Atlantic Coast league. The fourth number of the lec ture series was given by J. :Albert Holmes in chapel on Monday evening. His subiect was on the Somerset dam on the Deerfleld river in Somerset, and i Thursday a good working plan, also included descriptions of other dams 2. Try to have reapreaentativea of all on the eame river. The purpose of these j the food principles at each meal, not too dama Is to furnish the power for the j much protein or fat or carbohydrate. To hvdro-electric plants aituatfd near them, j that end, do not liave meat, macaroni Mr. Holmes was graduate from Norwich jam! cheese together, nor rice and pota in ISO and has carried out bis engineer-j toes nor fried potatoes and doughnuts, ing profelon in Massachusetts, Ver- j There haa been much misunderstand mont. the Weat. and other sections of j ing about the term 'balanced rations." i mnntrr He is a member of theiOne would get the impression from American Society nf Civil Engineers. ON THE RAGGED EDGE. B. it M. Trustee Issue a Warning of Receivership. Boston, Feb. II. The Boston ft Maine trustees have prepared and puhliabej a ten-page pamphlet setting forth aome f.M. MinMtlihd tVim ,at and m-eaent of the propertv. in which among other things the following statement is made: "In the opinion of all the trustees and all-the menilx-r of the eiecutive committee of the bosrd of directors, un less somthing rsdical is done, the rail road will lie forced Into the bands f receivers, with a view to the protection j of ita rreditora and tbe public, at an early day." COAL CASE PECIS105 REAR. Rumored That Commissi If That Commissi It Rea4y ! After Inquiry. Washington. FrK ii f... l.. rtacKed Washington that the inteevtate eowmre em!iiKn ia on tbe point of rvff'lennf a d tton in the anthracite coal ca iw In thi re the commission )aa miV as hautie isiestipatfon a4 ber4 rrumrrti into t rates, rules, eM "" of tV sr,tri-i To,1. It ta 1 sat--l authoritative!!- that all state ! r-rts i rrar4 to ita rrorwd arltoa ! are $' a work r4 cow wx-t ur. BUB RHEUMATIC PAIN FROM ACHING JOINTS Rtk f.-,Te, Pa;. S'.iffieas t't Ost i-l a S"r. Trat T"tb t-f T "St. Jarob s O.r t' -1.1 f ..,. . Hn. fl a tib t t ; o r- "'r j, , t I . - or. --t " ' r-r -i.'.-t ? ! ty t' t CANDIDATES ARRESTED Fresh Election Charges in Terre Haute Election Scandal ALL PRISONERS RAN ' AS REPUBLICANS One Hundred Were Held in December in Same Con nection Terre Haute, Ind., Feb. 11. Additional arrests in the so-called Terre Haute elec tion conspiracy cases were made here yesterday. All the men involved in yes terday's visit of the marshal ran for of fice on the Republican ticket at the last election. The charges against them are similar, it is said, to those which re sulted in the arrest last December of more than 100 men on charges of con spiracy to defraud the United States government in the election of Nov. 3, 1914. This decision was to tne eneci that congressional elections are under federal control. DIG UP STATUE OF ALEXANDER. Magnificent Marble Copy of Bronie By Lysippus Found at Libya. Rome, Feb. 11. Libya, in Africa, again has given an ancient piece of sculpture to the world. At Cyrene, once the prin ciple city of ancient Cyrenaica, a colos sal statue of Alexander the. Great, lack ing only a part of the right forearm, has been excavated. It is a magnificent marble copy of the celebrated bronze of Alexander by Lysippus, which is known onlr by copies on coins, the original uar ing been destroyed. The statue probably was made some 50 or 60 years after the original, in the third or fourth century before Christ. It is larger than life sie, and represents Alexander standing, look ing upward and with bis right arm out stretched and his left holding a spear on which be is leaning. RAILROAD VALUATION. Accuse L C. C of Dragging Out Its Esti mates. Washington, Feb. 11. Charges that the interstate commerce commission's physical valuation of railroads was being dragged out were made in the House yesterday. Representative Gillett pro posed to kill a $3,000,000 appropriation for the work so as to force completion in July. Representative Levy suggested a cut "to $1,000,000, with a requirement that valuation be finished within four years. Rules for Meal Planning. 1. Take one whole day at least as a unit, although two or three are better, because they prevent repetition of the same article. In actual practice many people find arranging from Monday to .... ....,A .-,.,. after each meal, that one must have jusi in rigni propornon i racn iuou at each meal. As a mstter of fsct, we live to-day on what we ate yesterday, and ws do wen ii we Keep me naiance in j the dar. Sometimes one may get as I " must protein in the dinner as in the People from this place will have an op ..i ,i.,-j ... i, ii, i portunit v to witnea a very good ama- mar give a large proportion of starchr j frw.1 H,, lUr ia a Vint nf tlanr to I ' M-ucd by baemmr the following: S. Keep balance by having with a heavy meal clear soup and a light dee- sen, r-uppiemen, a ngn.-r me., ny heavy deaarrt, stirh aa plum pudding. 4ti not re prat the same fooij even in different forms in the same meal, aa tomato soup and tflmato salad. I'se fruit or lettuce for the salad. S.Mak mim contrast bHween rsurvi, Monotony ia not ary more de sirable ia food than in pwplr. Hamburg atrak. canned corn and msshed rta- ' Irar on wia)iirt for somrthinf to . ,.ilMrmrt,,. . ,- mMi t. ;mto sauce and baked potato would add lmt n rf..or, ravor ana cnararwr. - Make combinat KMia pless.ng in sp- nr-aranos. Hate tlie U4 a phasing hir and frc.h. the paatrr map, the ,rd a goid brown -aabl IWtf, in Woman's World for FeHrusry. A fpir Asaertiem. Vtrf was a fin frtrtg apwimesj of l)viiii4 )oal or-r fr"w th Finer II ant iwiWuod nth a r,s r1 and Irrt frar f "T Il avuimi nfiv-iiiiep and lusw yu. iri.t t ttn wr-tiff day Marva ?r .t r.-M, re tiirnirf from a ",H lsriklv -'t Varr. i th fh ff t J't '" .iKr, I A,mt !(". nja'am." rr t , r.,t. t"s-l.'i!if M fit t'at a ciiun t 'r? that J "i 4 wottil i5a t V w botir ar" I I'm l't f-r rt$ of t' la i-A . . . n tl.' t 1 a ! t rii, r-! b- ir. i t 0'r t" )x-w it "a tiff ft a ,- - V. ,! n a Hm ir ;i .'fi. f-mr e4 Ettnj. 1k f-t at o' a mrti f - t . f t" ia (- t r n ' . V a fswd " '" W i7'j;H of j I . .. ?" s 1 th 4 j.-. m ." i ! r r- t l fl..i. W p?4-! e',-i"'. .' , -r fmt .r-Ar.-l t SALTS IF BACKACIIY AND KIDNEYS HURT Stop Eating Meat for While, if Your Bladder Is Troubling You. When you wake up with backache and dull misery in the kidney region, it gen erally means you have been euting too much meat, says a well-known author ity. Meat forms uric acid, which over works the kidneys in their effort to fil ter it from the blood, and they become sort of paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog, you must relieve them, like you relieve your bow els, removing all the body's urinous waste, else you have backache, sick head ache, dizzy spells j your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, chan nels often get sore, water scalds, and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Either consult a good, reliable physi- cian at once or get from your pharma cist about four vinces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water be fore breakfast for a few days, and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of gropes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations' to clean and stimulate sluggish kidney, also to neutralize acids in the urine so, it no longer irritates, thus ending blad der weakness. Jad Salts is a life saver for regular meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot injure, and makes a delightful, efferves cent, lithia-water drink. Advt. BANK ROBBER KILLED IN DAYLIGHT HOLD-UP The Cashier of the Bank Fired at Order to Throw Up HandsSecond . Thief Captured. Cincinnati, Feb. 11. An unidentified; bank robber was shot to death and his companion captured yesterday in a pistol fight after the men attempted to rob the Mohawk German Branch bank at Fifteenth street and Central avenue. Cashier William C. Robs opened fire j when ordered to throw up bis hands.! Several shots were exchanged. One of ! the men staggered to the Bidewalk and ' fell dead. The other grabbed a satchel j containing $78 and fled. j Police, attracted by the shots, pursued ;' the fleeing man, firing as they ran. He dodged into a house and took refuge in j the cellar, where he was captured. The captured robber said he was Wil liam A. Patterson of Covington, Ky., tut refused to reveal the identity of Ins dead companion. BLAST DROWNS 21 MINERS. Shot Breaks Into Old Workings in Brit ish Columbia and Lets in Torrent. Kanaimo, B. C, Feb. 11. Twenty-one workers were trapped and drowned Tues day in the South Wellington mine of the Pacilic Coast Mines, limited, when a blant broke through into the old workings of the Southfield mine, which was aban doned 20 years ago. The old shaft had filled with water and when the shot broke through, the in-rushing torrent drowned all the men but one in the sec tion affected. To pump out the shaft and recover the bodies of the victims Is expected to take two months. ORANGE I Mrs. Martha Hammond of Washington is spending a few weeks at E. A. Cut-, ler's and with other friends in town. Remember the nightcap supper at Uie i hall FrnUv niirht. civen bv the irramre. , I .... i :- t liahed for promenading ' idies please bring two ooa IUUIC lUimniH- . K.vervone rdll- . in vit J . I ' ' I WAITS SIVF.B ! u'ur Friday evening Feb. the lied Men of Fast Hsrre present their show in the hall at West Topham. letter arrange to go. Aavi. PLAINFIELD. Misa Flora Boyce of WaUrbury spent Monday at the home of Mrs. Laura Csle. Nothing Can Keep Fresh After It's Cut Up Real tobacco flavor depends upon the leaf being: pre served in its natural state, possible only by pressing the leaves into plug form end keeping it in by covering it vuth a natural leaf wrapper. Tbe natural flavor and strength of tobacco escape when cut or granulated. Take a Plug of Sickle that is even thoroughly dried out so that when you whittle it o.T it crumbles into dust but it win burn and smoke smooth and cool fcs it has all cf its orig inal tobacco flavor preserved, unevaporatcd in Hug Form. Whittle g a pipeful h little trouble, trrply repaid in both raal.ty and quantity. Try thU opcrTmcnt and judpe for yourself. 3 Ounces 10c Copyright Unit Schaf net It Mars A Full Dress for $35.00 Don't get the idea that a dress suit ia an expen sive luxury. We have them here for $35; the kind you'll see worn by most particular dressers. Hart Schaffner & Marx have used fine black dress worsteds in these suits.; they're lined and faced with excellent silk the latest design. No use waiting any longer; you really can't afford to be without one at such a price. Moore&Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers Barre, Vermont BAD COLD? HEADACHY AND NOSE STUFFED Tape's Cold Compound" Relieves Worst Cold or the Grippe in Few Hours No Quinine Used Take "Pape'a Cold Compound" every two hours until you have taken three Anaou then all crinne misery goes and your cold will be broken. It promptly opens your clogged-up nostrils ana the f i hn hpuA fltnmt flflRtV ,,,,' ,;.,. relieves the v,.'iu- Jlln fevprislmesa. sore .i.roat.. slieezinir. soreness and stiffness. ion t stay stufTed-up! Quit blowing and snufllmg. h.ase your mroooing neau nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Panes Cold (.om pound," w.hich costs only 23 eent.at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Accept no substitute, Advt. LOST IX THIRD TRIAL. Count Boni De Castellane Failed to Se- cure Annulment. Paris, Feb. 10. ThS P.ota tribunal has rejected Count Honi Castellane's suit fir tlie annulment of his marriage to Anna Gould, now the Duches of Talleyrand, according to a special dispatch from Rome. 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