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THE HAUHK DAILY TIMKS, UAHHK, VT., MONDAY, FKlUtlJAUY 13, 1915.
HOPE IN THE HOUSE Ship Bill Approved by the President Is in ' Shape CATARRH LEADS TO CONSUMPTION SENATE IS TO, LIMIT DEBATE Administration Hopes for Its Passage by Wednes day Evening Cuturrh is as much a blood disoaso as siTofulii or rheumatism. It may lm rt lirii'd, hut it cannot be removed by Him lily l'ttl treatment. It rauses liciulitelie and dizziness, impairs the taste, tiniell and lu'arini;, affects tlie. voice, ilcruiiL't tlii diirentioii, and lireaks down the, Reu eral health. It weukons the delicate liinir tiwHiti'H and lend to coiiHuiiijition. Hood's iVarwaiiarilla coca to tli; scut of tin1 trouble, purities the blood, and is ho succeHhful flint it in known uh the heat remedy for catarrh. Hood s - Sarsaparilla strciifrtheiis and tones tho wholt; system. It build up Auk your driiint for Hood's, and insist on liavinff it. uierc is no real suDHti tute. Advt. SEVEN WOUNDED IN STREET FIGHT Washington, D. C, Feb. 13. Ship-bill hope is in the House. The administra tion's friends have been industrious there, that thin hope may not be in vain. After many parleys und many changes in text, the bill over which there will be lively sparring the next few days is now in 'shape. It is embodied in a sspe eial rulo that Representative Padgett, chairman of naval affair, offered Sat urday. President Wilson is said to have approved every line and paragraph. Ac cordingly the measure, as proposed for engrafting upon tlie Weeks bills, is through and through an administration measure. Estimates Saturday were that be tween 13 and 20 Democrats Will refuse to go into caucus on this special rule, which will be called for to-night. It is evidently intended to make this caucus action binding. A? there are a few Re publican who may vote for this ship bill, the outlook is for a much larger majority in the House than opponents - have been predicting. Indeed, as the figures work out roughly, now, all big talk about the House in the next Con gress having an adverse majority may prove quite empty. The result of the "louse vote, espe cially in the number of dissenting Dem ocrats and the number of friendly Re publicans, may have large influence. For if it is made plain that the administra tion will surely have sufficient votes to pass the bill in the next House, Senate Republicans may not be quite so intent upon filibustering till March 4. Dem ocratic planning in the House has been in new hands, such as Chairman Padgett, Representative Webb of North Carolina, chairman of judiciary, and Chairman Al exander of the merchant marine com mittee. Apparently, the president's re liance in the big battles before the House for the next two years will be upon these men, rather than upon those occu pying more influential House stations. The Senate had an afternoon of flur ries, but these were of small importance. Senator I'urton delivered a filibustering speech both against the ship bill and gainst the closure rule. Senate Demo crats held a conference Saturday morn ing and another in the evening up on the subject of closure. Senator liur ton inveighed stormily against "King Caucus." Democrats certainly have gone great lengths in invoking the caucus to press through President Wilson's meas ure. The sundry civil appropriation bill passed in the House Saturday afternoon and immediately the pension appropn Claremont, N. H., Scene of Fierce Melee Peacemaker Wag Among the Injured. Claremont. N.H.. Feb. 13. I hrpo men shot, three stabbed and one whose ear was nearly severed with an axe, com prise the roster' of t ie wounded in a fracas participated in by about 30 Ital ians in the district known as Italian ville Saturday evening. A man named Rocci, w ho attempted the role of peacemaker, said to have been formerly a member of the bodyguard of the king of Italy, was shot in the knee while trying to quell the disturbance. Michael Deiiaprio and Tony Denaprio, his brother, were shot in the hip. Charles Olnndi, who was stabbed in the abdomen, is locked up at the police station on sus picion of being one of the shooters, be-: cause a revolver was found on him. Of two other men known to have been stabbed, how seriously has not yet been learned, one is being cared for at a house near where the fracas took place, Fre mont and North streets, while the other, Tonv Afarro, fled to the woods, leaving a trail of blood on the snow, which is being followed by the police. He is believed to have had a revolver. A man, whose identity has not been learned and who is said to have come here Friday from Montpelier, Vt., nearly lost an ear and has serious cuts on the back of his head, made, by an axe. Dr. Finery Fitch and Dr. (ieorge lirooks eared for the wounded, none of w hom is thought to be fatally hurt.'ttnless it be the one sought for in the woods, y The cause of the row is not known, but is thought to have been differences aris ing over a game of cards in a house near the scene of the fracas. SPAIN MOVES IN MEXICO Asks for Joint Action to End "Anarchy" in That Country WHAT HUSBAND AND WIFE SAY Mr. and Mrs. U. It. Spaeo of 8110 Maple street, Marlboro, Muss,, writes "We both nave great lailh in Father John's Medi cine. Wo always take it for colds and recommend It to our friends." Advt. APPLICATION TO POWERS Carranza Gives His Version of Expulsion of Span ish Minister Father D J . f KV J i a For Colds Gnd Throat and Lung Troubles. A pure food medicine. 50 years in use. No alcohol or poisonous drugs. SATISFACTORY BREAD OF3JPER CENT. POTATO MEAL -without infrincinir any tirincinlea, pra- London, Feb. 15.- The. Spanish govern- tices or courtesies of an international ment has made application to the pow- character, but as a mark of amity for era in order to obtain Joint action to end tn" PT government of Spain I what is termed a Mexico, according to a dispatch from answer any of the communications ad- fntlfinpit mvHi.lf isi inmmaf inn f'arrt In state of anarchy in iHVB ), r.. i.i v.'.n Madrid to the London Exchange Tele- graph Co. The United States government has re ceived no application from Spain for joint action with other nation in the Mexican situation, Secretary Bryan said in Washington Saturday night, nor has any intimation reached the state depart ment that such a step was contemplated. Officials learned with much interest of the press reports that Spain had ad dressed a communication to the powers on the situation in Mexico. At the Spanish embassy, it was said that no word had been received from Madrid as to the decision of the cabinet) but that a full report of the expulsion from Mex ico of Jose Caro, tho Spanish minister, dressed to him in regard to the De Caso incident. "NO MORE PANICS," SAYS HEAD OF THE RESERVE BOARD Governor Hamlin Add That the New Banks May Have to Compete with the Nationals. Chicago, Feb. 15. " Under the the fed eral reserve system we shall see no more financial panics,'' Charje S. Hamlin, gov ernor of the federal reserve board, told on which it is presumed in Washington the members of the Chicago real estate Spain s reported action is based, nad at tlmir Bl,mlfti dinner Saturday IRfH Bfllt UV UT. VHIU l mi mi" u trill- l . ,, i . i. e:i. ?,:, night jj ' r He added that the conditions just be- 'L'i e...t. fm. fore the opening of the 12 federal re dressed a note to all the powers reciting banks t November were prob- . . " ftMir tho mnal nminniia In flu h srnrv rif Caro a experiences with the Larranza government, officials there believe, but FARM HAND WINS A SUIT FOR 25 YEARS' WAGES Recovers $16,167 nd Employer's Farm May Be Sold to Pay It. Canton, ()., Feb. 13. For 23 year, George F. llrowu has worked as a farm hand for Frank F. Yingling, a farmer, until the- nature of Spain's suggestions are known, they decline to speculate on the probable course of the American gov' eminent. That conditions in Mexico have been gradually growing worse is ad mitted at the state department. There has been a disposition to regard the ex pulsion of the Spanish minister as a per sonal matter betv een General Carranaa and Mr. Caro, but whether this was a fixed Jiolicy of the Washington govern ment and would be influenced by any formal diplomatic action taken by Spain was a matter of wide conjecture. The constitutionalist, agency there TQ g?EK NEW ing dispatch from Carranza in regard to the deportation of Caro: '"1 ordered the expulsion of Jose Caw, the so-called minister of Spain to Mex ico, for the following rrasonat Angel De ablv the most ominous in tlie history of our country," but 'the establishment of the federal reserve svstm has been 1 potent cause in our financial recovery." Of the new banks Mr. Hamlin said "Their duty is not alone to meet emer gencies, but so far as possible, to pre vent, emergencies from arrsing. While ordinarily thev do not and are not in tended to compete with commercial hanks, yet occasions may arise where such competition, through the exercise of their open market powprs, will be necessary for the protection of the peo ple BECKER TRIAL living eight miles west ot tins city, wit?ii-,ak a Spaniard, who has lived for years out receiving any wages, vwien lie nrs-, , sIpxhv. hat been married to a Mexican went to work for Yingling, Hrown says he was ottered .f ill a month. About six months ago, Urown hap pened to remember his agreement made with Yingling back in ls!). He figured up his wages and began a suit m com- mou pleas court here for $itIO(t, with compound interest. ation bill was taken up with general de- n n ,(.km)wlp, the hate, liepresentative Lewis of Mary- 7. .1 cd Brown in Jude Ake's division of the common pleas court. Yingling'a good. though neglected, arm probably will be miM at auction to pay the hired hand s judgment. ' t ARREST SUSPECT IN 1910 DYNAMITE PLOT liepresel land argued thst the slwp bill was not unconstitutional, 'orap of the House de bate was calculated to take the edge off objections that may le raised in the Democratic caucus to-night. The admin istration hos the ship hill will be pass ed by the House before Wednesday morning. TO LIMIT DEBATE. Caucus of Democrats Put New Angle in Ship Fight. Washington, Feb. 13 Senate Demo crats in csu-tu Saturday night unani mously an reed to aupport an amend ment to the Senate rubs which would limit debute. X" peciHe closure plan approved, although a special rule for the shipping bill and various gen eral amendments have been olf. rej even insurgent Ife'iixxrats who have ie,l with the Hipubliians on the ship ping bill did not attend the caucus and no binding tote a taken. "Tit chiiCiib 11 rm ti 1 tin nii-fy resolved," Mid Si-nator Krrn f Indian. th Drm- T t leader 'to pret. a ciiire rub1. Xo Lawyers See Last Chance Negro, Mar shall, Was Bribed,-Says Perkins. Schmidt Captured in New York, Indicted as McNamara's Accomplice in Lot Angeles. New York, F h. 13. - M.it the w A. Schmidt. 'M var old, was arrested Sat urday nij:H by Captain lleevey of the detective bureau, h a a bv William J. Horn. The 'court Sibmidt wsa charged with iM'inir a fugitit from jutice, an indictment bar inu la-en found at'sin-t him in lx An gi lea. Cat., in iMobcr, lvl'l. charging him with hating hun implicated in dyna miting the Io AngcW Time building. The srrect wa made at Broadway and -i x t v Fourth strwt. where l!nrn d t"e- vote was taki-n, but tbi w.ia the unani- ! tie bad tratvMi N liini.'t alter a w-arcli itimi rprei'in of opinion and would le ,' of tour yi r. binilmg on all 1 cmcmfs ixtt pt t'ioe I li-t-tiv Burns said the inlii t merit Who l.It " Sjiator Kcrii ani.l that Sen. '-baigea that Schmidt M one of (so or at-rs n-tcl.er, Simrn"r,f Nrth taro- i thn-r ho ent with .1. It. M.Aamara to Lna, an.1 Maitn of Virgsn.a. th -om-j '' Giant Powder in California and Hiitte in charge f the shipp ing b it, : . Pr uae.j i,iast p.m':s or nynamitc. .St would bad the ,l,ur, fcl.t with a fr;tn ' ' l,ac g..ne by th Land as to nethftds and the fnal Tr'n!,,a""' "f ""'" ff the amindmint to the rubs. Some l;epnMia aupis.tt. at b-a-t for a gin- woman, has had children born in the country, is an owner of real estate and one of the most important accomplices of Francisco Villa. He was by Villa's side at Chihuahua, acted for a time as hbt confidential agent to the United Statea, and finally accompanied Villa to Mexico City. De Caao was seriously in volved in a series of murders and kid napinga committed in Mexico City. His family lived together with Villa's. "lU'fore Gutierrei, De Caao made him self apiwar aa a confidential agent of Stm in. When Gutierrei! left Meviro Citv. De Caao went into hiding and when cn eral Ohregon entered he ordered bis ar rest. De Caso sought refuge in the build ing of the Spanish legation. I then or dered General Ohregon to make request of ,Tow Caro, wlio styled himself charge d'affaires of Spain, to surrender De Caao w it Inn "I hours. ".lose t'aro made solemn assurances that IV Caso was not in the legation, but having secured proof that he was, 1 directed General Ohregon to make a search of the legation with the permis sion of Charge aro. Caro opposed this, pleading the inviolability f tlie building. I ...1 1 t - . ..-.J. ...... I 'tl.. ...1. I, i toiiiti natr ibutii'i 1 iif im-htiii, intt :.i : In Lsmx market,;," " "",, ' . ill. 'tj'ir mi., p 11 ill. ill -.iii 1 bnnU'd my action to requesting Caro to have the country. "The Spanih government had Minis ter Cologan before Mad-to and when it afterward recogniwd Huerla. Cologan continued in his position. The govern ment of Spain baa not rrcognied the constitutionalist government, nor were any l Iters of recall presented by Colng ai. "I lie diplomatic character of Caro is ntinlv ignored. In strn-t justice 1 Xew York, Feb. 13. Charles Becker's lawrers are preparing to demand a new trial for the man twice convicted of the murder of Herman Boactithal. Before the court of appeals can alTirm or reverae the verdict of the second trial, Martin T. Manton and John B. Johnston, Becker's counsel, hope to convince aome supreme court justice that Assistant Dis trict Attorney Frederick J. Groehl was practically guilty of ulornaton of per jury in forcing or inducing James Mar shall, the young uegro, whose testimony in the second trial established the actu ality of the fa.oious Harlem conference, to swear to false statements. Tlie first development of the bold and perhaps final effort to save Becker from the electric, chair apjwarrd in the riewa flashed from I'hiladelphia Saturday that young Marshall, after being discharged from a magistrate's court on a complaint of w ife-beaiing, signed a statement re pudiating bis testimony against Becker. Marshall's statement w ill be uwl aa one of the bases for an application for a new trial. ' It is known to District Attorney Per kins that lie. k it's counsel have been in conferetic with Harry Vallon and Sam psheppa, the former of whom teatifW against Becker in brb trials and ke latter d whom bad only one chance to testify that Berker was at one time with the gunmen murderers and their pro curers. The trouble with Vallo and Schcpna is said to be that they are afraid Bmk- r la vers cant ae them Irora such punishmeat as District Attorney Whit man's Immunity stipulations warded off. Asr1ing to the talk tnat la gnmg Bursau of Chemistry Trie Out German "Potato Flake" and Also Makei Experiments in Mixed ( Flourj. Baking experiments to test the value of making bread of potato nieul mixed with wheat Hour ore now being under taken by the I'. S. department of agri culture's bureau of chemistry. , This (s to teat the possibilities of the potato in the same manner as Germany and Aus tria are now advising their people to do. The increased cost of living throughout the world has emphasised the fact that Hour made of other substances than wheat, or of these substances mixed with wheat, might provide people with health ful food (in ite as nutritious as the pure wheat Hour, and at the gamo time cheap er. Austrian bakers are now compelled by law to use at least 30 per cent, potato meal in making their bread. The bureau of chemistry's potato meal bread has been baked with from 23 to 30 per cent, potato meal and the remaining percent age wheat. The most satisfactory loaves in combining economy and appearance were those made with the minimum per centage allowed In Austria or less. The loaves made with more than HO per cent. potato meal were not so satisfactory, as they were heavier and less attractive in form. The bread has a rather coarse texture and dark appearance, but pos sesses a distinctive and agreeable flavor, ft also retains moisture for a much long-- er period, than ordinary wheat bread. The bureau of chemistry use the im ported "potato flake" in some of its ex periments and in others, meal made 1 y slicing, milling and drying potatoes on a small scale in its laboratories'. It should be added that such ordinary "potato flour" as is on our American markets is not the same a the German "potato flake or Walz-melil, which has given such satisfactory results in the experi ments. , The question has been raised as to whether the ordinary cooked potato might not be satisfactorily substituted for the prepared potato uveal. The ex perimenters believe that it might serve the same purpose if used in just the right proportion, but this would be dif ficult for the average housewife to deter mine, as there is great danger of using too much and producing a very soggy loaf. However, the custom of adding a very little potato is already used by many housekeepers to keep their bread moist and this practice can very well be recommended for more general use. Banana and Chestnut Bread. Dried bananas, ripe and unripe, and chestnuts are other substitutes for wheat flour with which experiment are being made by the bureau of chemistry. Still other products which offer promise of furnishing the public with a cheap and nutritious bread are the following: Bran soy bean, white bean, millet, wafir, milo, MOTHER! THE CHILD IS COSTIVE, BILIOUS Don't Hesitate t A Laxative Is Neces sary if Tongue Is Coated, Breath Bad or Stomach Sour No mutter what alls your child, a gen tle, thorough hi native should always be tlie first treatment given. If your little one is" out-of-snrts, half sick, isn't resting, eating and acting nat urallylook,' mother I see if tongue is coated. 'This is a sure sign that its little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged with wato. When cross, irritable, fe verish, stomach sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, diarrliiea, sore throat, full of cold, give a toaspooiiful of "California SyrOp of Figs," and in a few hours all tlu: "constipated poison, undigested food and' sour bile gently move out of its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, playtul child again. Mothers ean rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative," because it never fails to cleanse the little one's liver and bowels and sweeten tho stom ac'h, and they dearly love its pleasant taste. Full directions for bullies, children of all ages and for grown-ups printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask votir druggist for a SO.cent bottle of I "California Syrup of Figs"; then see that it is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Advt. dasheen, cottonseed flour, oatmeal, cas sava, buckwheat, rye, corn gluten, kaoli ang, -rice (polished And natural), peas, potato (Irish and sweet), corn meal (white and yellow). The breads made from these various ingredients have already been photo graphed and analyzed. The flours from which the breads were made are being analyzed that it may be known exactly how nutritious they arc in comparison with the pure wheat flour. The soy bean and cottonseed flours when mixed with wheat flours in proper proportions (about 2.i pr cent.) give a bread with about twice the amount of protein (muscle-building element) that ordinary wheat bread contains. NO LOCKS OR GUARDS FOR DECATUR'S ILL Under "Golden Rule" Plan the City's Prisoners Are Treated as Free Workingmen. Winter Underwear Just about this time we sometimes ' need to replenish: the supply of heavy underwear. The col d est weather just com-. in, and underwear-; wearing out. ; ; ! ' !"-.' .".."''',".":"' ; - i f J This store .is -a: good place to stock up-remember that; We haVe so many varieties of good underwear, that we can suit any de mand. : Moore & Owens, Barre's Leading Clothiers Barre, Vermont DON'T TAKE CALOMEL Instead of dangerous, salivating calo mel to liven your liver whia bilious, headachy or constipated, get a 10-cent box of Casearets. Thev start the liver and lsiwels and straighten vnu up bet ter than nasty calomel, without griping 1 oners appreciate kindly treatment and or making you sick. Advt. do better work and more work. The 1 Decatur, Ala., Feb. 15. A few months ago, Decatur adopted the "golden rule plan with her city convicts and has ob tained astonishing results. City prison ers are no longer locked up at nigltt. The honor system prevails, if they have a home, they may go there at night and sleep and eat. They can go and come at will and all treated by the warden as free workingmen. AH that is required of them is to work nine hours a day until their fines are paid. Under the old method, city prisoners wore iron shackles riveted to their an kles, and they were linked in dark cells at night and guarded by armed men. Many escaped in spite of these precau tions. Under the "golden rule" method, there have been but two escape. Tlie pris system has resulted in turning many professional vagrants into self -supporting citir.ens, thus relieving the city of a burden. Since the outbreak of the war, many men who have drifted to Decatur in search of work have obtained it on the city streets, sleeping in the city jail and working for their meals. They have com fortable fires and beds at night. The wardens at first opposed the innovation, but are now the strongest champions of it. Some People Go About with a face a long as a wet week, filled with anxiety over the problems of their own old age, who might wear a constant smile and go forward confidently if they would take and enjoy endowment insur ance. National Life Ins. Co., of Yt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, geueral agent, Lawrence building, Montpelier, Vt. ! ail 11 11 ail nil llim.lJggt 11 '. 1 .VMVkmM mMJJLWmx&mmiXJlMWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1111 sun 11,1 IV HTTP imTW ' rrl rule, i t.J, H0TE FOR THE B. ft M. Kay Avoid Receiver! -p By Exteniuca f "Note Due ia Msr t. eiHild have taken more severe measure 1 a rund, Kth Yalhm ant Nhet.i ha !d !ri-d their will.iigncM to admit Mack " tTfurr, lut thev want to ano how NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA, r r tmm j.d. .nd that is what Mr. Manton cannot' tell GAS OR INDIGESTION i the. I 1hf -itBeue who are fid to bare I in In -t-d a w il!. nirtie.il in twsnt are CWI.H 11. I1.it, who t.tifiH for He-r in the f!rt trial, and aramt kira in the n-nnd, and a, imvto t'b phone boy who worked in r-" kef's afsrtmfjt boue. Eacfc 'Pipe's Diaper in Dijesti jooe Gtaics Food, Fading A3 Stomach Mery ia Five Mmntea Find Revere Man's Body. T'-oMon, t eh. .V-Tb lir f rl r. TVtin. F K. !..- n.r tmi? of t',e ?; And-r-Ti of l ter.1t. no it t t.t tl refr r. I'.e I- M !d Iirwton ,ut W!Mi'riu? n.g firm f,i.r in -t-n t J! s. m i t'. firth Y orth. A I". fi-ir.J ti'n. 1 lnf w I- imn T ..n .f l in the it.i' t I'ewre Saturday. li. f.rf. ,, 1 t" -k f the ititi.i.ii .f i 1 it! 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