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THE BAItRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915.
MRS, BEIDEL TELLS WOMEN How Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound Kept Her in Health for 14 Years. Shippensburg, Pa. "It was several years ago that I started taking Lydia E. nnkham a vegeta ble Compoundi I then suffered terri bly every month. My husband bought me a bottle of it and it helped me right away. Then after my second child was born I had a female trouble very badly and I used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound and in a short time was cured and have been in excellent health since. I always praise the Compound whenever I have an opportunity as I know it helped me and will help others. Lately I have given the Compound to my daughter and I wish all suffering women would take it and be convinced of its worth. "Mrs. James A. Beidel, 113 N. Penn Street, Shippensburg, Pa., Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Pinkbam laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to prove this fact ' If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkhanrs egeta Me Com pound will help you, write to Lydia E.PinkbamMetlfcineCo. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., lor ad rice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. BOTH MEXICAN FACTIONS "WIN" Resinol Generals Villa and Carranza Claim Complete Victories heal HUERTA ON WAY HERE Brownsville, Tex., Residents to Ask for Protection Is babies' skin troubles Babies with eczema, teething rash, chafing, and other torment ing skin troubles need Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap. They soothe and heaJ the irritated skin, stop all itching, and let the little , sufferers sleep. Babies bathed regularly with Resinol Soap sti dom have skin eruptions. Raglnol Olntmtnt and KHm.l O- L bttn used by phyuci&ni and nurses In. many can, ana conuin notruug which could ruiui. !y injure or irritatt tin. Unuua.ikin. 6ud ' y all dniggitu. KING ALBERT'S DAY A FETE IN LONDON Special Belgian Dinners Were Served in All Hotels , Yes day. London, April 0. The 40th birthday of Kiiig Albert of Belgium was celebrated in London yesterday with unusual cere monies in recognition of the Belgian monarch's heroic stand against the Or mans. Sir Arthur Walsh, st master of cere monies nt a bijr mass meeting yester day afternoon, presented the congratu lation of the king and queen of Eng land and eulogized King Allnrt. Special Belgian dinners will be served in the London hotels to-night. Washington, April 9. Both sides in the prevailing Mexican warfare claimed Advices received at Villa headquarters FIVE-MINUTE CURE declme that the forces of General Jler rera were completely routed at La I'azo hv Genera Vil a. The V illa headquar ters declare that their troops will attack Xuevo Laredo within a week or two, A rout by General Obregon of Gen eral Villa's army near Celaya, Mexico, was claimed by the Cnrranzista agency here. Villa was said to have been in per sonal command of his defeated forces. I am just in receipt of a comnium cation from General Obregon, said a IF STOMACH IS BAD When 'Tape's Diapepsin" Reaches Stom ach All Indigestion, Gas and Sourness Disappears You don't want a slow remedy when your stomach is bad or an uncertain . ' I t r..l . . 1. ; message from General Larranza, to JUiseo ll"'ul r v"u..u . Arredondo, his Washington representa- too valuable; you must n t injure it with tive. "ndvisinir me that the enemv's loss drastic drugs was over 2.IKH) dead and wounded, and Pape'g Diapepsin is noted for its speed a large number of prisoners with arms in giving relief; its harmlessness ; its and ammunition. certain, unfailing action in regulating "Obrecon is in pursuit of the fleeing sick, sour, easv stomachs. Its millions enemy." or cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gas Reports reached here yesterday from tritia and other stomach troublo has Vera trur that Obregon, tarranza s rignt I made it famous the world over. hand man, had administered severe de-l Keep this perfect stomach doctor in feat. to the Villa forces near Iraquato. your homekeep it handy get a large 11. - i. 1 C lrtiI-:ii:. JMJ rn . . . . ... J 1 ine re pun oiiuae oi i,uu ihibihs uciu i ou-ceni case irom any arug store ana and 400 prisoners. I then, if anyone should eat something lhe war department was expected to which doesn t acres with them: if what take official cognisance of reports from they eat lays like lead, ferments and Brownsville, Tex., that Villistag and Car- gour and forms iras: causes headache. ranzistas had been tiring across tne line ai.ziness and nausea; erutationa of acid again into llrownaville outskirts. The aml undigested food remember, as soon cross-border shooting was supposed to j.ap,.. Diap,.,,in conM.. Jn contact nn.c wraiira ill a miiminii. u- th the Blnmnph a I such i rvai van Brownsville To Ask "Protection. ishes. Its proniftness, certainty and Brownsville, Tex., April P.-Besidents overcoming ine worst sioma n ,;- f 11,;- ;, i,, ri , I disorders is a revelation io uiose wno bullet sputtered Wednesday, planned tr" t. Advt. yesterday to ask protection from the American military authorities here. While no injury was inflicted, citizens I were alarmed lest the (tattles now brew ing might develop further firing, includ ing artillery, which would endanger American lives and property. B. & M. REORGANIZATION. All Re- THE HEADACHE OF NERVOUS EXHAUSTION A feeling as of a tight band about the bead is oiten Iclt in addition to the pain cf a headache that is caused by nervous extiaustion. iu aciie is generally in the back of the head, rarely in the lore- neaa, ana is otten accompanied by diZ' tineas. The way to stop this sort of headache IS to stop tne cause of it. Overwoik, worry and failure of the blood to properly nourish the nerves are the most common causes. Ket and a tonic for the blood and nerves will cause the headache to disappear in most cases. Dr. Williams' Pink Tills are an effec tive tonic for building up the blood and strengthening the nerves. They furninu. just the elements that the blood needs to build up the nerves ahaltered by over work, worry, overstudy or ex ceraes. Yoa cannot always rest from school, office or housework when circumstances require but you can always tcke a tonic that will maintain the strength of blood and nerves. Dr. W illiams link l'Ula are jurt the tonic required. Mention this paper and we will send you a booklet, ''Dine of the Kervous Pvstem" fro. Address: Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brhmertady, Y. A1J druggists sell Dr. Williams' Tick Tills. PAINFUL ECZEMA BABY'S NECK Bill Prepared Ssid To Fulfill quirements. Roaton. Anril 0 A draft, nf lull for Field artillery train, for the Villiatas L. rMmnuli,a(ion of tll ,,, a are rapidly approaching Matamoros, null . . . . their progress Iirs been impeded at Maine railroad, said to tie acceptable in points by Carranrista destruction of thelits essentials to all parties in interest railway. The battle tor possession ol was submitted esterdar to the sub-corn FEW FRENCH WORKERS ARE OUT OF JOB War Has Not Seriously Affected the 6, 000,000 Workmen So Far as Em ployment is Concerned. Paris, April 8. "The war has put very few wage earners out of employment in France," says Secretary Jouhaux, of the federation of labor syndicates of the department of the Seine, to The Associ ated Press. "(Ji the six million workmen in France," he added, "it is estimated that between one and a half and two million are in the army. The ret find plenty to do. Building is at a standstill hut. oilier industries absorb the help thus made idle. Machinists and metal workers gen erully in the unoccupied reirions 'are working to the limit. Nearly all the lit tle local machine shops, as well as the large establishments sur'i as motor-car works, and engine buinTnur Dlants are doing something for the army makini? shells or cartridges or repairing motor- ars anu oiner parts of the equipment. "For a general revival of commerce. a full revival of industry is necessary," says Monsieur Jouhaux, "arid that can come only with the end of hostilities; consequently tne shopkeejH'r suffers far more than the worker. Monsieur Jouhaux, who is one of the conspicuous milititants of the revolu tionary wing of the Socialist party and in close touch with Socialists of all F.u- ropean countries, predicts that the is sue of the war will have a greater reper cussion upon internationalism than upon nationalism, supposing the allies were victorious. "It is this eventuality." lie i says, "that naa had a deterring influence upon Italy. The shaking of imperialism, represented by the German allied em pires, is necessarily disturbing to crown ed heads already alarmed by the growth of Socialism in their kingdom. The czar understood what it would mean and has uddenly become liberal. As to France, a militant victory will lie worth only its economical triumph; the so-called political reforms we liave fought for are really economic since the necessary justice to the man whose ef ort produces the wealth of the nation will prove an economic advantage. We ave done with politicians and politics; their elimination from our movement. nd the war, will put an end to an equi- och! situation. The syndicates, whose anti-patriotism was feared in case of war, have proven n the trenches what they are worth to he country, and their influence will be so much the greater. The struggle be- ween capital and lalior will doubtless lie resumed after the other jrreat battle as liecn won, but it will tie conducted ith less passion than before." Why Two Hods ? have an Ash-Hod with a Coal Hod 'beside it (patented). The Ash Hod is deep and catches all of the ashes. It is easy to remove and carry and doesn't spill. Both hods free. The old, clumsy ash pan is hard to remove and strews ashes over floor and stairs. The wonderful "Single Damper" patented makes perfect control of fire and oven. Better than two dam pers. Have you seen it? . Gas ovens if desired; end single or elevated double. THE "CURLEW BUG" Matamoros is expected at any moment. mittec on railroads and will lie present -i - a:...- l-i- n- i J. .1 'M mill urn nr.ng c ru..r.u.v ... ...-r,.. j t( fu comm,Uw mil nut eairnsMr. It is understood the full committee favors Huerta About Dus Here. Ithe measure, which will be reported in Vf Vrl. Anril 0 A nr. Iier anarT vaa the House On Monday. arMorf tn, th. tanoL-ri Mei. an aituat inn I ountel for the public service com to.t.rrlav hv !, nm-a that Vi.tarmnn mission, the federal trusteea ami the Huerta was en route to Xew York from '''ed lines have been engaged for near Spain, presumably with plans in mind for two weeks in completing the draft re-estailisning uis regime souin oi me Pin !!ranr!ft At the Villa Zapata consulate vesfer- rromomon ueaa. day it was said a report to the effect Albany, X. Y April P. The state that Huerta was on his way here had wj,h. prohibition bill yesterday was re reached the consulate, but no further de- tfarPd as dead in liotli houses. A week tails were given out beyond the intima tion that the former dictator of Mexico was a passenger aboard the Antonio Lo pes of th Spanish line. At the office of the Spanish Tine the fact that Huerta was a passenger aboard the Lopes waa not denied. It was said, however, a list of the passengers aboard the ship could not be obtained here. The Antonio Lnpef was due to dork at pier No. 8, hast river, yesterday or to dar. The most significant ape-t of ITuerta's return to the western hemisphere and the rx)ibl injection of bis personality into Mexican affair again, was said to ! the possibility that Cairo nc and the illista convention would temporarily burr the hatchet to reaist Huerta. the common foe, if tie should attempt again to control the Mexican Swernmcut. Huerta. it was said, has t'ie unqualified supjKirt of the Cicntifico faction. SCO, lite asseniniv rcciiiiiiiiiiirti n aiui the Senate refused to discharge the com nuttw from further consideration of the bill. And Arms. Broke Out in Water Blis ters, Clothing Irritated. Would Scream When Bathed. Cuticura Frees From Eczema. Jaffwrano. Mv "WT my baby was w month oM rtsjs hens, out m bar la water bUaurt. Iter awrk ai4 axW M Inn wra affarMd inns. Tbry broka vpm and would skA tieaj anal wnra vsry alnfial at times, liar rlotbjTvj smw4 whrm enr M tart wtta friarm. hi wvukl rresns tits ti Iw4 Ivor. "They d H was m trrm aaatS H Cati rw Swap ai4 Otnt- fwnt a4 emjH aa bnirmmT fw Urn first apii'jratiram. I swurM awn an4 I haa aan the may anal an hn of tha tatiinnit aha vaa fr frnaa tha n mm wmm." (lr-i Mrs. Trmi TIbta, C-rsahar IT, 114. Sample Cach Tree by .Mail Whk 2m, ! Ho a n'ii at. A tl11 a. . a1 d a rt mm a. fsaaa, T, ftaa. taav" 4 taroorboul tbe aorVJ. I JEWELRY ! i A Good Cams For Two. In the April Woman's Home O.mtMn- mn appears a remarkable interesting ar ticle cutitled "A od (.a me fur Two." It appears in a special department railed "Tha lp-to-I)ate Home." tolloaing is aa rstractt ' "Tht-re is a gtNl game fur two; a gator of drrp tlHrught, wond.fful fswi- nation, end Iras ysristmn. a game with i a prraonal factor, a beart interest. It ' is railed 'Building (hir New Horn.' All ' yoa swrd to bem it is a memorandum IwMik and a pvm1. j "As yoa lira and work in ymr prea- 1 ent borne Trm constantly notinr a i-r i ifn prove metita might he mmti. Yon asr a here labor might be saved by changinn tha saitig f a kxsr, w by moving the rr or tl sink. "A (nl al'saa fr ImmeHMH-kors 'Take ymir ttfna t.tii.W asch detail carefnllr s ad hV for t b4 foat tire i rtetjthirig. Ia a. 4 M yotir rntlm- ..asm grt the b-tter af roar jidj.'n-nt. 1IM is the aifiaiitagre tsf t )w mao ta- nr'W-r house; it take time to fMa,n it aM time (fiver cirtBmtr fr tWiflit. X'xl a i.l arwa he i king it lr far ;nt ..f th ffi kjuwa alvait t" n mt4 jor tirti fl amratt bke this: "Tmtti UniT Fhn-t- CsrterV limiae. "VisM rl3-trr" fnm in btiranr. ! l.s gn4 asnk J", irx hn-a frnm flir a tira. ld irnrf rtn rm-l fnr tmt tKrf-rr m ( ri. rmrt mwirrh "XTt tnu'f " r4. "HsraT n ta Tmr a- wt4 f mrtmf 1 heia thr lat t'.iaf V--a t! rm tra s rtel. I a"t Urn ni.lt f rmrr aat-lawd. rmir t ft.' SOFT, FLUFFY HAIR IS FIRST AID TO BEAUTY If your hair is not fluffy, soft and lus trous', is tailing out, st naked, faded, brittle, or full of dandruff, and if the scalp it.hea, do not think it must alaays ls that a ay, for pretty hair is .nly a matter cf are a. id the use of Tarisian Sage, a delightful toilet necessity. This helptul tonic supplies just the elements needed to invigorate the hair roots and stimulate your hair to grow long, thick, fluffy, soft and lustrous. It remotes all dandruff with erne applica tion and iiiick!y stops itching head and falling: hair. I'arisiaa 8age is the ideal hair tonic and walp treatment, mM by the lied ros nisrmacy; it nmtains nothing injurious, is delicately perfumed Can Be Driven Out By Means of Crop Rotation. Rotation or alternation of crops is a simple and efficient method of getting rid of the "curlew bug," a widespread et in corn and rice fields. "Don't plant corn after corn or rice, or rice after corn" is a useful maiim to remember in localities infested by the bug. The curlew bug, which is one of the so called "snout beetles" or curculios, about half an inch long, is particularly fond of swamps and marshes, where it feeds on large-stemmed grasses and edges. Of cultivated crops, corn and rice most closely resemble if. natural food, and in t-onseipiencr thr bug it a menace to thesr crops In almost every state in the South and in large sections of the Middle West and Southwest as well. It cannot live on the small grains or on such plants as cotton or i-oapcss. In consequencr, if infested field. rr planted to oat. rvc, bsrUv, cotton, ori co peas the curlew bug disappears at once. In practice, cotton, cow peas, or winter oats will pmbably 1 thr !cst crops to liar for this purpose in the South. In idiio, Indiana. Illinois. Missouri, southern U'isninsin and Arkansas nat. rye and fiaieas srr good, and in thr Southwest - in Arirona and N'ea Meitico it. rtc, liarler, or coapess. After a yrr of one of tlicar crops the lie). can lie planted sgsin to corn. If thr rrit returns, a similar alternation should hr retorted to om-r more. Thr curlew bug will remain 1n aa in frtrd corn fiell throughout thr winter and if thr field is planted to corn again, eome out in thr spring to feed upon the toinig plants. l!y mrsns of its long nntit. at thr rnd f ahwh are sitnatel Jtlie mouth and iaas. thr lire tie iiunc- tnrrs thr strm of thr plant, and thus either secures its food or deposits its egps. I susnv tnr pnn.ture ia msdr a cCat aUa For Sale By C. W. AVERILL & Barre Agents Walker & Pratt Mfg. Co., Makers, Boston I mSSSSmKSSkEKmj BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR EVERYBODY The N. K. Fairbanks Co. Shows Faith in Newspaper Advertising Tbe Cold Dust Twins. , Topics of the4 Home and Household. When black cloth becomes shiny, rub it and will give ready access to the shelves. The bottom opening should e. covered by a door fastened to the floor with hinges co that it can be dropped down and the linen articles easily removed. This bin will lie a line place to store comforters and coverlets. Such a closet as this would induce any woman to replenish it systematically, keeping it up to date. For a family of four, the following list will supply all usual needs, presum ing there are three beds, one double and two single, to supply; Six double sheets Vl bv 120 inchest 12 The (iold IXist Twins, those nimble anritjta that liuvit won their wav Into so many households and into the hearts of ''' a piece of raw potato, says Mothers' so many housewives, in addition to their i Magasine. usual occupation of making this a clean-1 . . . .i i..i..i., .i.i i,... ..r...i iti, Jo make rrisn such us corn Hakes or tine spirit and commendable enthusiasm sureunea wnesi uiscun, wucn uu- uim r..v- .... .... upon the work of spreading confidence in "t hot, heat in an iron spider, remove j sups; one eura spreau, nouoie; two ex the stability of American institutions, 't from the tire, -put in the cereal, and ! tra spreads, single; one extra sham, dou This new enterpiise on tlie part of the cover closely. celebrated Twins takes the form of ani extensive newspaper advertiing cam-! frontons for soup can easily be made paign by the X. 1C Fairbanks Co. of the corn popper. J hey will crisp in a t'hieago. Gold Dust is manufactured bv moment. Cut the bread into squares the this company, which has just completed desired size, place in the popper and arrangement's for extensive advertising, thrust them into the furnace. in the newspapers In practically every i . citv and town in this country. ( When stitching pocket on aprons and From Maine to California, from Wis- shirts or any other garment that the ble; two extra shams, sinulc; one dor- en heavy crash bath towels; one doren small crash hath towels; two dozen hmk towels one dozen wash rags marked for each individual ; four everyday table cloths; two bet tablecloths; two dozen napkins 20 by 20 inches; one dozen best napkins 2." by 23 inches; six carvers' cloths. Tray cloths, bureau scarfs, doilies, etc., cousin to Florida, and from Washington pockets are stitched on, you wi to Texas, the Gold Ihist Twins are go-that they will not rip off so easily II findto"m''4 ,ikinff- if the stitchiuir is ts-cun about half an inch from the top and stitched upward then turned downward. . Fumes from a small piece of burning sulphur will remove fruit stains from linen or ink stains, if ued at once. Dampen the stained cloth and then hold oxer the burning sulphur. Mother's Magazine. ... Handy Sewing Receptacles. For a woman living in a small apart ment, or a home that is not large enough to include a sewing-room, an excellent vrars tlir famous lain. Iiavr been uuiuir ...r a m-auiK-. ." -Tightening nrwspsper ges with tfieir inif basket- is an incxpensne Jnese eond humor and their interesting rx-i suitcase. ploits. Thr results of that ad ert ising i The hag. fa-tenc to thr inside of the are responsible for the rmird -breaking 'rover (for shirt is a splendid place to camaign which is beginning. j keep paper patterns, scraps of cloth. - The :old Ihist Twins are inff to dol written lists of little things required on their part in aUdishing the gloom in, the next shopping tour, rtc. j which too many pcoplr hsvr recently The other part, of course, is for the fa-en sittinn. Thev are roins- to hricht-: sewing; a cushion can or auaeneu io me rn even thing, thr outlook included. Adv. ing to fill engagements, carrying on one of the greatest educational campaigns ever undertaken in newspapi-r advertis ing, t Gold Dust advertising is to le much more general this spring than it ha. ever lieen liefore, and it may be regarded as this big manufacturing company's faith in American institutions. No Utter evi dence of thr value of newspaper advertis ing has rvrr bern presented than is to be found in this extraordinary campaign in thr interest of Gold Dust washing pow der. It was in newspapers tliat thr first ad vrrtising of Gold lhit was done. or If one new article is added to this sup- ply each week, the linen closet will be kept up in first-class condition and no drain felt upo.i the family purse. Sheeta of heavy linen paper can lie procured in sizes of II by 14 inches. These can lie cut in three strips the Ioiijj way, and pinned around napkins, half a dozen to a pile. These paer bands should be plainly marked and used sys tematically, thus increasing the service of thr linen. Pillow slips made in pairs can also be bunded together and used in their turn. The fresh, clean scent of lavender, the daintily laundered linen and the unend ing pleasure that any woman feels in a complete and convenient closet, should be iiiduirment enough to the masculine members of the family to persuade them to gsther their tools and lumber together and build. Dorothy IWter. The Clear, Brilliant Crystals fiHind in rorka and ratea are not the work of a minute or a day. Lite in.ur- ancr is more valuable t lie longer jou lave it. and brings snorr satisfaction the nothmg miunous, is de,r.te!y -.fumed. ; ,it(I( ,.., .rflK, f ,w , hlgrr v hate it. National I.if.. !r. .T.exp.Mr, and ...rely grs your . d ,lu ,Tomj) of tl,r plant. - Vt. (Mutual.l S. S. IlaMsrl the beauty and .harm of youth.-Advt. lf 1h, pi,,t,Te j, m,rfw ju,t ,,,'. thalper-Tal agent, Uwrrncr building, Mont- rinceAlmrt imm la a )aai. ata. ar rati aa a .f MMa. It (raat I . raaww sraf saja, f mmtmt Mmm, r 4, i , ' ' 'J i TOC waai a psara f Jewelry, caws la a4 set ar lraiij ajapUr. 5ttrr AppTPt-natr. I s a J, "I Antt't a sVr " el rmir t.l- I a tii-Ti- l.a " ai4 ta f m - trTr-f an. t t ! U.4.1Uinil in? jrwtiai -v..n if a l-n;-.la. bt I SWar far ' ta.-. i's rtr- aa.4 t- tjtrs- t,i I ( Tbr . aa at ill w t'B it" - I. V. H'.iiwr JcmrnaL a . i m av. ,ar - i USE 'TIZ' FOR SORE, TIRED, ACHING FEET "TIZ" is Just Wonderful for Burning, Swollen, Sweaty, Calloused Fret and Corns Prcsenre Keulralily? raaw 1W9 fm WSS fca-W fcaaa-aj (wftaf m' tr ha -j aw-wBft 1 ' 4 Uka p. -mm hm S-aasr fa vt k ' ssw 1 M ( 'w- sr rwsw"-sa f ara- ' f fm Skfe "J iraf tva t'tnrsa. ' ' fa pmmm BatSS) SJtWvSsaaJ ft, ISk t '- aVMsirar CARTOONS MAGAZINE Om ! 9 mmm .,aa mmmwm aiaaia .. mi t4 f I Si a iv tia mm 'rm ti - rwr--n mmm a- m 1 T m"- rtj i mm m i - m mm '-'a mr f mrftm m mT a ,a - -. i-,t . w m ma . fern Vm tmmmm i af rv AT All- KTWT'vm Ills) m ria a tteri coar ear iaoa. aatusr. s a a. a n m i mot. tHr plant will throw up a nttmtwr of "tillers and sw kers, while the msin stem itwlf will br without ears jand slalky in aptaraiwr. In this rr sjit thr work of ttr curlew bug pro j duces aomrahat thr same eflix-t aa that of thr Iteaian fly on a yming wheat ! plant in thr fsll. If the' pun.-ture is msdr hurhrr np on thr stem, food ta b- taineil frnm t lie folded ha re atmva the towb. W 1 thea lea ie finally mish fortli, thr .-ffeet of thr miH-tiirr made bv t' WtU'. amsnt i rrvt-slrd b rews of boe aToas t lie b-avrs. I reuer tlv therr will alan he a dirtortej gruarth oa t he tern. 4 ! While thr danisee tnnr br thr brttW I in lw ting or laying tlsrtr rpr Is in many leaaea tit h-aa ae,rrr- if the rars plant 'are sery ymmg at th timr of attafc jiiw-T r jtriif twi r"vei ni Tris sy i -iTwwral'T .pmkmr. tlr rr t t dm- sr I sia-d h ti lrse 1t-hitig j '"m the rrr.. apa'-sxlly in the last. Tl -Tt, -m M thr iit aiiarwtitlr a bie .tWt ilif 'ultir for a considerable biiirth t.f 1iae t ! at enva j Urt. thf ara im.Wi !r e t"1 ty aster. Utth the- tfa. fa f'lll iae low f a Im-H. t l--r tUwt-m, t) pir an r.r fl-nr"!r'v frs'li"! aa ff1n. swam tr waii'isr r norrAnmic . , i a . , . . . . f"r ' - t T.,.t .a ; ft lmr,,.f ft. .a.d . ... , - p ,.. ,.Ta,j. ,m-1l,a U-1 . t .r-i f- ' , . ' . - "" .vt live, ca-rt. alliire. I"inna snd a 1 the .n!l.t smgt r et thr . . tW. I.- rV t- J ,wsa. H-n t --a r df ,, p t. r t 1 't. rt-d. t i. i ? "m f,r " "CT.V . '7To t l .rW th- r,MWi,"MW"1 r,tat-m ahra r lh tv t. ke!r i thr ...,k , "'. W-T ,,' ' - ,t rr ia thr t-..-rr ra. t "TIZ" 4 amaiVr hea Ah tv,WmMtNm. ! arr car. tUr ""''"-'', ' ?"r i" wJ1 f . ... X,, :,... ,,t. .-717" r a Al-r't. TIZ tim,K nra-a-. mimlZl side bar tons and nwdh-s, also a oox con taining thread, scissors, tape measure, tailors clislk. lead jx-ncil. thimble, rtc. Such a suitcase is largr rnmigh to con tain practically all that one needs in sew ing; furthermore, it looks neater when hed than a tsx of thr ssmr sire would. is much more durable and is easily car ried from one room to another, or kept by tlie side of the machine. a Systematic Storking of Linen Closet. There is almost no woman who can open thr doors of a well-tokrd linen elosct and virw the content without a pleasurablr thrill of possession that no other of her litrea and penates can induce, according to a writer for the Mothers Magazine. Tlie first thing a bridr does n to (dsn ".tte lineo for her future home; and ecry towel, and every sbrct. and cvrrv napkin, baa aims girlhood drram titclird into it. Thr matron of some w-ar is no less rnthuaisstic over gooil l.cusr l:r-n, but msny women would take more drsarr in eiiiiring linen if thry had a siiitsl.le closet in w hi-h to store it. Body Lies in State. Boston. April 9. Several thousand per sons including Governor Walsh, statr and city officials and representatives of military organizations, psssed silently bv the casket containing the body of former tiovenior Curtis (Juild as it lay in state in thr Hall of thr Hags at the Stste lloue yesterday, lhe funeral was held to-day. HORLICirS The Original MALTED MILK Uftlo you may 'HCfZUCX fr you may got m Subrntiluto, Every Woman Can Use and ought to use occasional!?, a proper remedy for the hMdarhe. iiackacho. languor. Ke,-,,,nS l-d and tsldijinen in drswj crvoll5noes and dvVrC' a or -npliorl. sattTrd ell oer the. ; . . , , ' . . ion lo v r.icn sne ir.ay subject. These troubles and others are t jmptoms of debil ity and pxr circulation caused by indigestion or constipation .pi hosisr, is ronducivr to b of int'Test, for one rtrvrr knows what needs rpU-n-ihing until the day when evcrithmg jnvea T at oriee. It tk-a a anhtan tial snm to repienh aueh up.ln-s and it ront ! .lone hstd: t! eretore Die jy of sd.'mg to one's store k h we-k i bt. In evTV bot.ae. vn matter bow tinv. there i nmr spot a here noe nis n ts'1 a dnt for I he linen. 71w liimler it tsk i a sirtsll irnntiH. and the time ( put in tnstntE it should W a i.l.-..ire Sworn tlr nau't i nrr to he t Inn-nog' 1r j st'I-w isted. Tt should ts qiirtr ' .keep the t"i one alxnil-l if Vtt i"t r ' Wtik-t. spreads snd iiiiMa. I'sitit"".', tan ! ma le for he.i, flhr a ' ta r'm talihi h-th. and s!lis. ad a i" : -ixl ! r-a - for ) ". trsththa 1 , lmriii e. er. j 7 e aho(ld K- a ,--t ftn?rteei , rrp and bottom. I'eri.W elw.-tf1 h. ; with mi' thKM of etton hsM'T-r I'h I ittllr arn-irilV d w'th Istead'T flmwi. , aftfrnh b titi-d tp ajrro-t the ba.i of ; tih fart't'wm. and .mail litme'"- of J Jeat.-r ess la hnng fr-m tl-r trj Itv nt rt?i ,f lufTt i! . , , , mr-m an lis mmatm . '-"t iria r'' "r ir-ioi ? j - 1m nf -"-- ttm mm-r-'U-m Ikva'.l" iruen ' 4'f.art tM-Ht -Utr. Ivmt the lar-ra ts ta bf-r. f-r lis. f-et. r'afl f-1. l-t st .at t'i in". a-r oaraa'd a the mrm w i an ' ' W-"r r-.".. " hrt. r- T g Thr frrmt itf . t-1 "..,! I t e as . ttt ear be r-m-h-i t-r trt t rA. A ;?" f er-mfort eum-Tnnm-4 ,n 4oor. b"t if tht i ifrf-.jl.le. a bar w.arr lle'T 1 rrr"'y sswt them. Bav.y flnnW Alil. I a in low shaor Will ansarr rv-ry r'T r at frnra safe, certain and1 cinymir'rt. Tley ts Systran rd Tair.fr te l-lo 1 Tf ey rt renrn.1 t' r.ic Teet ani Insor fo-I I -a,:h anj i "rr.j-l S, ao tbat :!1 t!r lV;:- re-pr,a r tbe r r.tursJ a ork wi hout rti.i'j aofTmr g- T"ej a-o"n f ! tVnrj." w ' livf f 1 tbrm. kricw a Ujit Ere-.Sa"s IVHs t To Certain Advantage S.a. tm mmm ml mmrm amm mu Vmmmm. mmmi i mi i i tin a. h aaaa. ta., I5c