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THE BAR RE DAILV TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1915.
WHEN LIVER IS TORPID ar aluinrlsh nil the other vital orirarts Ip'et your body are affected you have Vttomach and bowel trouble, your head .. " aches, your akin loses Its clecrness, and you have "the blues." Take Hood's v,Pllla, gentle arid thorough. Do not irritate nor jrrlpe. Trice 25c, of all drug- j, gists or C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. GREAT BATTLE STILL JIAGES AT 'LABYRINTH' j rrench Make Slight Gains in a Terrific Combat North of 11- ' Arraa. "' Pari, June. 4. There in no lull in I tlio great battle north of Arm i. In the ! region of the "Labyrinth," the war office , announced yesterday, the French have . mado further progress. They have fak . cn 800 prisoners there sinee May 31. The ollicial statement follows: , "In the region to the north of Arras I artillery fighting was continued during i last night. There was also some very violent infantry fighting to the east of . Notre Dame do Lorrette, but the posi tions here on neither one side nor the other have undergone any change, There was also infantry fighting in tlin region of the "Labyrinth," where we. .made some . progress. "We have made a total of 800 prison ers since May 31 in the 'Labyrinth.' Of .these nine are oflicers and about fifty .under officers. Here we: also captured two machine guns.,, ; "On the rest of the front there has been nothing to report." f. , WILL PROTECT VITAL INTERESTS Premier Salandra Speaks on Reasons for Italy's Action REVIEWS EVENTS PRECEDING WAR Duties Imposed on Those at Home, as Well as the Combatants QUINCY GRANITE ITEMS. All Quarries Are Now Busy Getting Out Stock, Says Ledger. "The jiew chimney being erected at the plant of the Granite Railway Co. will be the largest in the city. The structure is now up nbout 70 feet. It is construct ed ot white hre bricks and the name 'Granite Railway -Co.' is being worked into it in black brick. When finiHhed the building will be completed and the new boilers will be installed. Rome, June 2, via Faris, June 3. "We entered this, the greatest war in history, to safeguard the highest and most an cient aspirations, the most vital inter ests of oiir country," . was the declara tion of Premier Salandra in an address of the meeting held here yesterday to make plans for the relief of persons in civil life who may be made needy as the result of the war. FEET AREN'T ACHING OR TIRED NOW "TIZ" "TIZ" Is Wonderful for Sore, Burning1 Swollen, Sweaty, Calloused Feet and Cornt "How 'TIZ doos help or feet." Good-bye, sore feet, burning feet, swol len feet, smelling feet, tired feet. Good-bye, corns, callouses, bunions and raw spots. Ho more shoe tightness, no more limping with pain or drawing up your face in agony. ' "TIZ" is magical, acts right off. "TIZ" draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. Use "J 1 and wear smaller shoes. Use "TIZ"' and forget your foot misery. Ah! how comfortable your feet feel. Get a 23-cent box of "TIZ" now at any druggist or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. A year s foot comfort guaranteed or money refunded. Advt. "The polls in the election of the Gran !ite Cutters' International union close at the receipt of the last mail to-day. Ttic votes will then be counted, put in type written form, and submitted to the ex ecutive council of the union, which will announce the winners in n few davs Have you, Mr. Granite Cutter of this city, done your duty to your city and voted for Mr. Duncan, our local man. and .thus kept a good man, in office! Won't a man who has served you faithfully and well for the past 20 years be better than an untried man you do not know? "War imposes duties not only, upon the combatants but also upon those who remain at home," continued the premier. and thev must see that the national life is not interrupted. Italians of all classes must not only have a spontane ous and profound feeling but a reasoned conviction of the justice of our cause and flip unnptitv of mir war." Premier Salandra then reviewed the , mt. i anKiiursi aeciarea. dui diplomatic events leading tip to the con-l ope tnat tne government, win later tiict from the time of the assassination Ji" v me. msuiuuun anu nationalize of Archduke Francis Ferdinand. Italy's " 8De 8a'd. former allies, he declared, had no riuht Mrs. Pankhurst announced that vol- to say Italy betrayed them, for she never untary contributions for establishing the WITH WILSON ON MEXICO Foreign Diplomats Approve the Course of the President . WHAT "ACTIVE MORAL SUPPORT" MEANS It Probably Would Bring an Arms" Embargo en gathered to discuss the "war baby" problem in the Palladium yesterday aft' ernoon. The suffragists intend to creat a mod- J el institution to care for as many aa "Memorial day m past for the year 1015 and the local men will now start out with new vim to make tlie summer sea son a busy one. Altliough several cutters were laid oft Saturday they will all be re turned to work as soon as the manufac turers can get stock for them. Several of the local dealers ar reported to have secured several contracts on the holiday. The granite yards throughout the city look pretty well depleted after the amount of work which was set in differ ent cemeteries during the pat week. w "Several large- monuments are under construction at the, yard of J. X. White & Sons on Miller street, among them leing the firemen' memorial for the citv of Waltham. The new monuments recently sot in 3ft. Wollaston came in for a goodly amount of praise as well as criticism on the holiday. The new memorials added greatly to the appearance of the cemetery. "All of the quarries are now ery busy getting out stock to sirpply the deniHnd of the dealers, who hive been so busy with their Memorial day work that they -onld not get time to order the stock for their summer orders." QHiiney (Mass.) Ledger. ! dismiised her views on Austrian aecres sVm against Serbia and its consequences. Premier Salandra asserted that on July 27 and 28. 1914, the Italian government raised in clear terms the question of the cession to Italy of, the so-called Italian provinces held by Austria, both at Vien na and Herlin. "We declared," said he, "that if Italv did not obtain adequate compensation the triple alliance would be irreparably broken. Impartial history will any that Austria, having found in July and Octo ber, 1913, that Italy wag hostile to ag gressive intentions against Serbia, ar ranged with Germany to take Europe by surprise by confronting it with an ac complished fact. The horrible crime at Serajevo was exploited as a pretext a month after it occurred. Foreign Min ister Von Berchtold told the duke of Avarna on July 31 last, that even if mediation were employed it would not stop hostilities with Serbia. It was not true as Count Tiera has pretended, that Austria engaged herself to respect the integrity of Serbian terri tory.. Ka jet nn Merey Von Kapos-Mere, then Austrian ambassador, told Marquis I an itiiiiiHiio .any .hi mat Austria could not give such an engagement because she could not foresee that during the war she would not lie forced against her will to retain Serbian territory. In addition, Count on Hcrchtold declared to the duke of Avarna on Aug. 28 last, that he was not disposed to give any undertaking relative to the eventual action of Aus tria in case of a conflict with Serbia." Washington, D. C, Juno 4. News of how President Wilson's demand on the leaders of the various military factions in Mexico for prompt restoration of peace is being received by them was awaited yesterday with intense interest in official and diplomatic quarters. The president's statement, which was sent to Generals Carranza, Villa, Zapata and others, publicly called upon them to settle their differences quickly and es tablish a government which the United States can recognize. The president warned them that failure to do so "within a very short time" would con strain the United States "to decide what means should be employed" to save the Mexican people from further devasta tions of internal warfare. , Foreign diplomats here express proval of the president's course. The communication was interpreted by officials, diplomats and Mexicans here to mean that the United States would M "uar hohv" hnrriA filrpflric T.ntfl! WZii. 000. Mrs. Pankhurst said she made her brin8 pressure to bear first to unite the estimate on the number of illegitimate cnoice 0i a provisional children to be born during the first year president, tailing in that, the United of the war from figures furnished her states woul1 word '' support hv Mr Hramwp Root 1. w fe of.the " luc numcnis uiai uia agree, rossi Snlvaiinn" Amur leader I bility of ultimate intervention was con She brought enthusiastic cheers from dered. That would result, however, only the women when she denounced the pres- rrv"- ' rclK" nriny wmcn ent laws regarding illegitimate children as "most cruel" and expressed the hope that the government would soon alter tnem. Following her appeal on behalf of the "war babies," Mrs. Pankhurst launched into a severe criticism of English women who have failed to do their part in the war. BILLARD FILES A 37,000 "WAR BABIES." Figures Based on Salvation Army Re port. Ixindon, June 4. More than 37.IW) "war babies' will demand consideration of the llritih public at the end of the tirct year of the war. Mis. Kmmeline 'anklmrrt told a big audience of wont- the Mexicans themselves were unable to remedy. Speculation continued yester day as to what the American govern ment meant by lending its active moral support to some man or group of men if such may be found, in an effort to ignore, if they cannot unite, the warring factions of the country." The official explanation was that the tnited States heretofore had main tained neutrality as between the fac tions, but now was preparing to choose tt ti a nn Tifinrvifmr I : " I'lifiA Uf liUiTlUlIll I those elements in the existing factions which gave most promise of success. The He Basea It on Having Given Testimony tnited States would aid the chosen ele- i uirinv uy iBHuiiiK an cmuariro on arm Betore the Grand jury and torn- preventing the shipment of war muni merce Commission. tion nd cutting off other means of sup port to the faction which iimored the .ew York, June ity permission ot demand for peace. , the federal court a plea of immunity was! Distribution of 'American Red Cross filed yesterday by John L. Billard to' the M" "PPli' ' bfe-un in Munterey. indictment charging him and 20 former . l m that Ant far nf avirn. nn nr t.f hina i i. v- it.. : i j j: i I ' ' a..u pr. iu ,,, u rmiroau uircctur, sn(j m car of flour ht(j ,rr,Ved. The peo- with criminal violation of the anti-trust pie are not allowed to buy more than law. Mr. Billard claims immunity from three pounds of either at oiie time. The prosecution because be gave testimony Red f0" 'iU Puah cn uppl'" to other iM-fore the grand jury and the interstate L. . v commerce commission. Ihese are prac- r: , ... . . tically identk-al .-outention. with tboa L.v"Lif "''lt ""f' contained in his former plea of abate-)ZV'C:Z t' .7 J 1' ment, which was denied ly Judge ;rubb. v'" r""BU f "'v"1' "T ' n . I ntjsnf A i una f rhai frAm VMa l.a vaatarJaw The court set next Wednesday for the " " " . 7' , I. T ' ' . appearance of Edward 1). Kobbins to hear""7 V. "T w ",U" judgment on his motion for immunity. T . ' Mr. Knl.l. m uu to have snnearerf ve- " V" " 1 " ter.lav. His counsel explained that he ,n" ,"u -vonaay was detained in .ww Haven. b"? .V,e d"''-v odmpply m- lormefl me government store was ex- o il V m X3 The. treasure of a thousand caravans the golden leaf for MECCA. Tho world's finest tobaccos aro used In this wonderful Turkish Dlend clgaretto tho largest selling brand In America today because of this marvelous MECCA Quality. In the handy slide box, 10 for w In the oval foil package, 20 for Iwv O O m O O o o 1 1 ,Q o 6 115 8 Ia cpI dt'j baubtel. STARVING MEXICO. International Relief Committee Appeals for Aid. Washington, I). C, June 4. Aa appeal to the Red Cross from, the international relief committee in Mexico City, sent through the Brazilian minister there, was made public yesterday. It follows: "We apix-al for starving Mexico. Gov. ernment suppliea nearly exhausted. No prospect relief. Conditions of disorder, lack of seed, men and animals and inte grity of harvest pretent planting. Sit uation this nty desperate account short age food and medHal supplies. Regular railway sen ice b-twrea city and border, Agiialescantes and the roast, suspended since February. Imperative need every here is com. Alw urgently require flour and medicine. Only hope is from I'nited States. We endeavoring all s- j sibl, but resources etitirely inadequate." j NATIONAL LEAGUE Tetfndaiy'i Gamra. At St 1 Atii- 4inrmnti A. St. At l-oion- rr lora i, ihw. ton 3. At Brooklyn Philadelphia 2, I Li Brook h a 1. STAJfDlUG OF THE C1CBS n Ixt Vri.. 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