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TIIK MAKHK DAILY TIMKS, 1IAKKK, VT., WKDXKSDAV, MARCH 2. 1913.
Mmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmm 111111 " """" il.'Ll f). " !" ! n.""j ,L L T !"" fmm' '" "" """"" ' "' ni.-n-r-'-aMur-'nfi'M mm ri --ia.aoWs , A.JLh AiAAi Hi r . I ir rmmtii mm' - i I! COE ALIVE, SAY DETECTIVES mm mm ll Why Kelly-Springfield Tires cost more to buy but less to own The stamp of quality is as obvious on Kelly-Springfield Tires as it is on any other hand-made article of genuine worth. It is as inimitable, as unmistak able as the impress of good breeding on a man or woman. But Kelly-Springfield . Tires are not made so carefully merely to give them an air of distinction ; lit is mileage that is built into them so slowly and painstakingly by hand. And judged by the acid test of road mileage, Kelly Springfield Tires are as good as they look. They 1 are built up to a standard not down to a price-list. iA!kt.vi a i. i m ' ;t v. .la . i U19 ' . ' s, , w , w. - i , sag-. -JUim New Clue Indicates That He Is in North Da kota IS WORKING AS v A l'KDDLKK Mad to Make Good THE CARBURETOR A THAT PUTS YOUR CAR ABOVE JJS CLASS More Power More Economy Better Acceleration with til. New Stromberg Carburetor Tn official tests which have been marie- 1 his carburetor has dera- onstmteJ its superiority in every Vnt nnlv did it surpass all other com peti tors but it made ... 1-1 -11 World's ltecords wnicn win aland for a long time to come. 30 Day Trial Install one of these carburetor in your t ar, and if you are not absolutely satisfied with the results, your money will be refunded any time within thirty days. Let us tell you more about it. Serrtc SUtUa at HAKVEY & MOWER'S trtmmm Sire. Barra, Vt WiU Keep Hsndt Off, Says Wilson. .l,in1oii. I). C Mrh 24. Fae ;,....! fi..i,i in th IVnn'vlvania and York lVmocracy are Un the Jfcmo rat in thoae stat.Vto nettle, President AVilson nan! yesterday. McAdoa Better. Washington. I. C. March St. -fr-cre-tarv Me,d'o was at hid borne yestcrdav ,,,nsl.-s, u,g fr.irr an .'rtir.n for ap p nrii.it is jf-ifrirro-'t at a local liit! I.n 1J g". .iartM .ia? Rcslnol a house hold ointment TVe ae r, . a"1- eic f.""Tief- e t" f e t enitvj .---rv p I i im, rule 12 e sir i L:.t-Iv-rtd reireir I f , Nr f OH je-.-j -- t K"Sri l-M" a..a ar 'iff 4 .; " -e e-rT t 'r-, Ti.rft ' ' "B " 4 "t r- Mm I I 9 Hereafter the basis of adjustment will be: In Ford sizes, plain tread, 6,000 miles ; Kant Slip 7,500 miles. All other sizes, plain tread, 5,000 miles ; Kant Slip tread 6,000 miles. The word "adjust" is merely figurative, because in 1914 the total adjust ment in Kelly-Springfield Tires for the whole United States was less than lfo. You get this unequalled service in uninterrupted mileage not adjustment. Before buying some other tire at a lower price analyze the basis of adjustment offered by the other maker see what you really do get for less money. DROWN MOTOR CAR CO. Jefferson Street. VOTED NINETEEN TIMES, GOT $47 Negro Tells of Shooting Craps With Re peaters in Terre Haute Election He Was Not Indicted. t-.i: Tnr? f,r.li 24. ShoritT jlimnim'i'iin, - - Dfiinia Slaa inHtructed Walter Harrott "to start an argument or anything cine to pt't William 'Horsley away from the polls" lant election day, aworditiR to it it ttifi..,i in tlip IV in- llmite 1 1 1 j r l i, ' - i. l i . ... - election ease in federal court here yeo terdav. Shea i a defendant and Hors- lev was trie itcpuuuran ranuimw ' . ' -i.i u i. .i;. prosecutor, narren iinniinn lieu he voiea a iramwr 01 nmn (ived money from Shea and Mayor Knberta, waa'not among the l-'rt indic ted. tent i tied he earned $47 by voting and "Rhootin crap with other reHater" on election day. He voted about nineteen time, he naid. A. O. htanlev, on crona-exaunnHium, anked if Watkinn had pleaded guilty. I'nited Stays District Attorney Dailey stated that the man had not Ix-cn in dicted, and Judge Anderson tiaid: Jt is one of the ottiers to me granu juiui. unknown." tu.i . v.. rL.nviral rnt in the nixth ward of Terre Haute would have lxrn t i- . 4l.. much larger in the last election n women watchers had not been present was deduced from the testimony of a number of negroes who told of tlieir efforts and auocefwe of repeating. Sev eral of the witnesses testified, to being turned away from the polls by the wom en. , , . i Bu .rl m tuMrrn luloon -keener. who has pleaded guilty, testified that ( .... - iM.. . I. - I . U. thief Ol J'Olloe Iiouer, u - pliaded guiltv, promised him ' the gm Lling pnvil.gea for the F.agdad Pre cinct" if be would gt out the regist ra tion and vote. ALLEN RYAN "IN ERROR." H Admits Tnis To Ship Bill Lobby Com mittee. Washington. March 24.-Allen A. Pv-n. New York t k broker and a of Thomas . Kvan. the finam -r. foi l the Senste ahip bill lobby commit l" Jtet. dsv trf- bad been i error" when '" tin ro refused to answer th -om nntU-e s questions aiit what rni P" lironght him to Washington diirtr.e t!,s ln.t sessioa f (ongress. At that t.m tt foromitte Mr. Rvn until yes- terrisv to answer its questions st.J n tmun-Vd t.t it if.jH4-d to irm-k- a Istute whi.h Chairman Walsh t,.Mvht -..vere( bis refnMit. Yesterday. own ,ned bT his cmns1. Mr 1!S t'til "l that M bis tisits to hinrt"n he tsd wA talked wrth senators. altHo'ith - eo. reed Bt 'ir bv"1"" I rittaU.l. Iki, his st "n.H'.ifig t" tn- .re.-i'ji or iiiJlir-.1t. tH ttw ' ip ImU." Was te sa rry- t.n.in tlx- o-ae nf , h ( vwir to W ashifit"n T" ke.t (lit.immi aUh. . " r 'S-d Mr. f.-sj. U b w.-r tii wt-natfs tft T ' tt in wWrtu ji ts'ia! 'it tV'S ntf " J ,.t tM talk rti Iff fistf Knot it. I 'I t. k w h K.pres..cf. . ;t .-r a T1 ni n'. o v. Tn .-mn4 fl fitf'f 4 t! 4 iii I tai. w n .f !. I V'W ili and st.1 ' Art- rtirASiKS ret ttr.AT f e vival Sew- Tcrk wri:Bi Tff- t nB. :.. ,h. v- it s. !..-.-.. .t -.f l--4 t -" j..,-! r.-4 ' t r t, f .It i" Tl ' M axttt ' : f. 1 t ,-' -. ?t . -4 t- K 4 f"' f i t' f'f !- j-- ?- PANAMA EXPOSITION AUTOMOBILE SPECIAL Five Hundred Carloads Butcks Largest Shipment Autos Ever Made. All known records for quantity ship ments of automobiles were broken with the departure from the ltuick factory, on Saturday, of a mile-long trainload of ltuick vttlve-in head motor cars. The train, christened the "Panama Exposi tion Special," comprises an even hundred freight cars, and U destined for the Pacific coast. The freight charge on this record shipment amounted to .'!.), -p,0orhe largest sum ever paid to a railroad company as the carrying charge for a single shipment of automobiles. The motor car included in the ship ment are valued at upwards of a halt million dollars said to be the most valuable consignmnt of ineerchandate ever shipped to the coast in a single order. The train, which is now on its way to the exposition city of San Fran cisco, is f-et long, almost a mile. The Howard Automobile company, ltuick distributors on the Pacific coast, ia the consignee. Kery one of the .') Iluick cars in this shipment are already sold to an indi vidual purchaser for immediate delivery us soon as the train reaches its destina tion. ('. S. Howard, chief of the ltuick Pacific eot distributing organisation. visited the factory at Flint jut after the first of the year, bringing the big order for the liuirks with him. Mr. Howard rejKirted that trade conditions never were better on the coast, and that he looked for even liettcr times as the reult of the California expositions this vesr. The I low aid organization has deal ers in all the principal Pacific coai-t cities, from the Canadian line cl.srdosn to Mexico. This ltuick shipment is the latest of several record-breaking consignment ot Hiiicks that have been made this winter. It follows an rijjht trainhwd shipment to Netraka ami a two-tramload ship ment to Philadelphia. The Hum k fad or if at Flint are busier than st nv time in their history, a thousand extra men twins mployed in the arioiis manufacturing departments, many of whh are operating day and nlfc-ht. row Motor Car Co b-al distnb tor. Adt out iypA And Blistcrt Would Form. SV'n Ecpan t3 Crack Open, Afler First Day's Use C-ticura Sosp and Oir.tocnt Baby Slept Ali N'gf t. 14 VfS .. W. I.iss. M -. IM Wjrv nf rvufls B tiran hnwfclt! ml am turn ba4r It .1 as thnuch rli.fid. Hs wui4 wsis Wl at tii rrf tnranm. 1'.m 4 M rw mpl tittr" wmjii fT tw 4t H ut4 to fiss mn4 rrf kH ll t'ni. I tnmnlr4 tiim .Mi rwMl t titrM as vnult hw! ff l or iliss rw T -asti tt4 ! mw Ts in rt or" " S t-T-i if rise trm'l to Ut r- S rkm I a m. aw tufl a nnt m-S tvi mvt wrt r r'. tfcs wm-'i tlm f--sH Is itar I ssiw a !"- Mk4 hs w J: trit Tl l-i sww-1 rw -- nl Ki aal i Hi "wwJf XI i lurwl nr IS. I"?. Sample Hscb Tre abj- 3IaII Mi ki nas ) - (9 (w4 " .Ira's. Is. t, tM. at Utf4"J U Tr., BABY'S BODY BROKE i art timm. Wife with Infant Awaits Word from Him lloston, March 24. A clue-that rimy result in the discovery of Henry W. Coe, jr., one of the Managers of the Standard Oil Co. who disappeared mysteriously on Jan. 3D, was revealed here yesterday by a detective agency. The head of the agency declares tlutt Coe, alive and well, was making his way through the North west as a peddler. Though the detective guys that Coe is suffering from a mental breakdown brought on bv business disappointments atid worry over the condition of his wife, who bore him a daughter lust Saturday, ho asserts that loo 19 now dressed as a peddler and is selling weather strips to lie nailed on doors and windows. He is believed to be near Mlnot, X. I)., where he spent several months some years ago. The defectives following him have frequently been only a few hours behind. Though on the night before his disap pea ranee Coe wrote his father a letter full of confidence and good cheer, it is now believed that he planned at least a part of the trip he is making. On a page of a commercial magazine in hts home has been found the name ana art- dress of the firm manufacturing the weather strips he is now selling, written in ins hand. It is thought that bis mind, while not entirelv unbalanced, was affected by worrv over his wife, and over his finau cial condition. The failure of his firm to cive him an increase in salary on Jan 1 is said to have affected him. He has been traced from lloston to ermuut. and from thence to North Dakota. It is now believed he will soon be with his family again. OUR EXPORT BUSINESS SMALL Compared with Germany, England, and ' France, This Country Reships Few of the Commodities Imported. Washington, D. C, March 24. The I'nited States does comparatively lit tle re-export business compared to the other commercial nations (.reat unt ain, fiermany and France according to a statement yesterday by the depart meiit of commerce. For many years the total of foreign merchandise hrouyht into the I'nited States and sold again to foreign buy ers has ranged between ;i"i,(HMi,iHHJ and 0,(K,0Oii nnually in value. During the fiscal year of 1914 the total was $.V fXl0,(HMI. (ireat Britain's re-cvport business dur ing the last calenifcir year totalled etii.HMHVMs1, against 42,.V0,OtK) han dled through the I'nited States in the same year. The Hritish eicess of do mestic export over America's figures, however, was only one sr cent. The great difference in re-ex poi tat ion business is due In part to the colonial possessions of the European countries whose business is handled through the lareiit country. Thus Uermany. in lfU.1. did exportation business totalling $1 HO.iMMl.lNMt, nd France, in lt12. re exported .'1.".'HMSH in product chief ly of their respective colonies. The leading articles of re-exportation in the I'nited States are chemical, In dia mblHT. fibre and nuts, art works, althought the product of all the world virtually are included in this commer cial charing bouse business. NEW FACTS CON CERNING HISTORY OF THE EARTH Early Ceologic Histsry af Atlsntic aaJ Gulf Costtal Plata Discussed ia Surrey Report. New flVtails re rout iniislly lsinfi H 1 c) t,v p-lii:it !- t'ie ViniB lii-t.-rv of tte eanli. iiN-lutbiS tbe b-el.rment nf plant ! siiiiiisl. lloeer, tbst bis lor. bnh I rW'tel in the roik, is still frarmel tsry. l,S.e a J.!iy mutitatnl sk. Hie of ll prst it'tcefs ill fe rimrd in tle Aflsnfw an1 (pilf rosfl lam rj:ion of tbi eminfrr is t fb of thr lsU-r ait of ths ( rffsis sn l t!.e rarlT ef ttie Kv ne rl.tp- . r. .. i isi in lft 'ssi.osi , r Is-. A rMirt re'TitlT tT tbe i.i.iji.iit irev s f r't-nnal pr"'r I lit. J. mt ti' it "Tbe t4ivm -V.tn ( nntj"-t i tle At I ft w .n't f.iilf otsl i !! n." t.v 1- W . kt jHi .. i,.. It1 r!t e (i1 "f tbe ri-orj i4 Ho jt'st t -s trrk nii't eorr rt? 1 ,rhl of fo. It i t'-at t tt"t ! me t' ..? ! wts t b-st s Is're : n4 f.'oblv lsrjr'T ta tti sr ifo. f4 t. fMin r n. ". A- r-k t1 st t'i'-e i iv-rc t la bve tsi b t-iK.f-1 st'4 Ha'-x-d .. I M'in'rv-'t. o' i-"l f -Ui,t '?. tl.t t.""t ttne afi't b.--!'. tt ! ',4 t" t! ' l"-t r"-r""t - I ns lHjt ft "e siki k ''fi: I'. f - r,4 .f, .p . f' if .f '. i ..., i . . t H '"' tl l " t 1' i'1- it 1 e a l )S u. h t' ,' of w el r-ifs 1 afT I .rj t. f. ''-. ! t "! t tw a "r r- t J rJi rww f 't-lt 1tt I 'I tn " "t t . , t t" ' ? ' I t-4- r t Atls' .... r ,-1- of . " i ! t ; v..- !'" - - i-mi ( r ;-- '" !''- - ',-, 4 " " ir I v -. ri -t t"4 w ' i 4 t'fij. ...... i .."ax.t t I 1 mi Lwic're.WT, mm Model 80 hiMufaTourtns Cr . $1075 H. F. The Willys Topics of the Home and Household. If tli jsm in wliieh nwesroni is to lie eiMike.1 is buttered, fool will not stick to the pan. Mi.i ill not reopen a bole wliieh lias tieen lilleil with sny mixture containing lye. Flour and lye make a good JMiste for the purjiose. ... Comb will soon wsrp if washed with soup and hot water. It is ts-st to put a little ammonia in lukewarm water ni scrub the comb with a nail brush. ... Jam turnover re made of fl.tky pas try cut into little circle or square. Turn up the corner or e.e and put any "it of jam von fancy in the center. Ilake '-) minutes. Ills News. ... When a tie or ribbon become wrin kled or cred it may in a minute be msde a smooth snd as fresh as new by slitflitlv dsmpenina the wrinkled spot and then wrapping tl tie or ribln around clean lighted tdeetrie bulb. Cood Houe Weeping. . , . lUsnkils should 1 washed through tl,n-e water, warm, not hot. Tbe first .i..l.l !... .trotiir. vi-rv stiong-. !- ,,,) tit sxntid b-ss soap, and the thud I just riiough sap to wsk. tlie w at'T ap- paer milk. Ttiey should then be wnmi( 'sl phtlv. thrown "citer a line and theni I....p.i'.i;1, If Ihev should t'len not he dry when eiening comes, fold bem ...I ..., tli. iM in a warm basket Slid h"C again in tbe inn tbe following day. and tSe dsy thereafter. If tie,-esiry, list' until they are perVitly hy. . Prside Rots Tbat Are Different. t tcrvme would be one or iw"re hraiWrsg rugs if they knew bw nie the are a 1 mi r'-d. Iraided with four strnl. eg oi.Ij t oW, two strati. b!' k (ol stak ft SWEET HOUTH FOR MR. SMOKER1 I' ai a e, rwlr, es 1 ae t'W . W:- V f "-' I a tr4tm t . - t-r u,u ORA-HTGEH CENTAL CREAK! TVa Km 7U Smo Ttkm 1 . -rfT t''i e'-- -. asl 1 c, r " I- - er-e)ri , . "s c . f.. . t-r- 1 f -i "- i r-- m -k --. .S ..---f f IS- - Mi M --.. a f -- m m ... .. M ft i -e I - mm n t W . Swyt- 4 e 'm. tn a iw - aUirw a: yor imsi CUKTCtl CCVrm. PorXan.,Mt. Modl 80 Costrol Simplified Drivinj On the Overland (Model 80) steering col umn is a set of electric buttons. By just gently pressing these buttons, the car is electrically started, stopped and lighted. No other method is as simple, as acces sible, as positive or as reliable. "But" you say "other cars havethis advantage." Certainly but only those cars that sell. at a much higher price. Why pay more? Buy an Overland and save money. S7M Ife4i to. .. . tiosa Sta-aMal SJ, T ttm. TMlute I14T MW.l S0.4 Ttm. Cm CUTLER & SON, fill Rarra VaM-MAIlt rnvni v-s. . - Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio ing sre fine), with two of some color.1 make a nice ruj;. lo sew, cut ursiu any length desired and sew with a strong thread to" within shout two inches of each end, letting this lie for a fringe When sewed together, each color forms a stripe. To nuke the stripe run one way si wavs begin braiding by putting first one strand over; to mske stripe run the op posite direction begin by putting th lirst strand under. lacking enough of any two colors, us different color in braids for the outer rows, or if it is bit or miss sew ail light ones together and sll dark ones together, then use two strand of each. A you work, you will lie able to plan many' ways of braiding the colors that von have. . Candy .Recipes. Urown Cremn Taffy To two pound of brown sugar add one teaspoon of vinegar, butter sire of egg and one-hslf cup of wster. H.wl all together until it Is hard, when a little i dropped in cold water; add four .Imps of estiaet of orange, pour into well greased pn; when cold enough to handle, pull until creamy. Vinegar t andy If you hava two cups of sugar, half a "cup of vinegar and about two tahlespoonful of butter you can make vienjsr randy. Melt the butter and then add the sugar and vinegar. Thi should lie boiled until a littl dropped in cold wtr become brittle. Turn on a platter whi.b h been but tere.1. a it cool. Pull and cut it von would molasses candy. St lifted Hates Tbe pr.s-es of making stuffed djite is v ry simple. irt re mine the tons and tlx n put in the fil ing. Ti e oik come in msking the 1st ter. An egste san.-epan shntild be used n ck th filling in. Mil a cupful Of granulsted sugar, about a qtisrt of a pint of cold wat-r and l.alf a a!t-n-ful of cream of tartar and stir l" ASK US TODAY ABOUT THE know gas lighting you prefer it. Gas Company lb Dcp:! SV-arc, Utrc, Vi. ri'.TK.r i4fl :2 Model 81 trwunwTotintCar $850 Agents mm enough to dissolve the sugar. Then boil it until a tinv bit dromied into cold. water forms a soft ball. Take off tha stove and skim it. Tour the syrup now formed into a bowl snd when it is cool enough so thst the fingers leave a soft ,i... it n l...n tsincheit- stir it all to a urn. f " - ' ' smooth, white paste w ith a woollen spoon. . , . i : A u. .,r , I se the nanus w nen n is in nu w move with the sMxin. This tilling keep for weeks. Whenever you wish to use it set the bowl in which it is kept in hot water until the mixture be,-om j,,ft. Dorothy Dexter. YOUR KEAQ AND STOMACH Headache causej by a distnrb4 diges tion is nearly alwaj. accouij anied by tain in the stoma.h, beicliins; of rss, voruitirgand often by constipation, lhn sort of beadac ha ia generally located in tha forvbead and ia not constant but come and goes, ... It does not com on immed.ately after eating but after tha food has Lad t.me to ferment which it does because tin diges tiva fluids tliat should Uka care ff it are inriiftirient, hecausetlia f'.anda that ae cretethes fluid are weak, rxx-au) tha blood is failing to nourish theae glaaidi properly. . Hich, red Mood ia the f rrt wsenUal to proper d ge'on and t.ha diaTtiva rro cas cannot goon without it. hen lack of nounsl-.ii.g blool rsusea fermenUtioti and poison are a!or!4 from tlal d.gea. t.e tract, tha m n in yenr head diea jou of t!i aa. Dr. V illiama' Tink llila g!v the llfKxl jnt tb rlener.u tliey lieod t cotrei-t this coniiitioB and, with a laiative, wlien rs-juirssl, form a perfe treattuetit lor tha hea4achea ol lnLfa- iln- . . a -w a Mention this rT' n1 wia aend you two l;tt tiok on tba diet and tt t roper use of a laiativa. AW re: Ir. Will am Medkma Co., P- h-er1ady, V. Y. Your own drnjgjt sella Ir. W Il Uins Tink TUu New No. 3 Reflex Light! Gives the same liht as the best type of mod ern as lights at half the cost. When you