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THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BAItRE, VT.. FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1015.
MOTHER OF SCHOOL GIRL Telia How Lydia E Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound Re stored Her Daugh ter's Health. WILL TAKE OVER SAYVILLE PLANT Plover, Iowa. "From a- email child tny 13 year old daughter had female i weakness. I spoke I to three doctors about it and they did not help her any. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound had been of great benefit to me, bo I decided to have her give it a trial. She has taken five bottles of the Vege table Compound ac- i cording to directions on the bottle and i ehe is cured of this trouble. She was I til run down when she started taking the Compound and her periods did not coma right. She was so poorly and ! veak that I often had to help her dress ' herself, but now she is regular and is growing strong and healthy." Mrs. : Martin Helvig, Plover, Iowa. Hundreds of such letters expressing gratitude for the good Lydia E. Pink ie ham's Vegetable Compound has accom j plished are constantly being received, j proving the reliability of this grand old j remedy. If you are ill do not drag along and : continue to suffer day in and day out but 8t once take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege "table Compound, a woman's remedy for woman's ills. i If yon wane special advice write to lydia E.rinkham Medicine Co. (eonfl. , dential) Lynn, Mass. Tonr letter will be opened, read and answered by a , tronian and held lu strict confidence. Stated by Washington That Government Will Take No More Chances on Neutrality Breaches by Wireless. Washington, D. C, July 2. Although ready yesterday to make any statement with respect to the government taking over-the wireless plant ut hayvme, it was said on good authority that the government would take over the plant, This action will be taken because of repeated complaints that neutrality is beiniz violated, and intormation ot mili tary value is being sent from Sayville to the German government or German submarines in the Atlantic. Messages going out from Kay ville have been picked up in various ways which have aroused much suspicion. Some of them apparently are ciphers in the guise of innocent dispatches. Such dispatches as "Myra lias diph theria,", and "Jluy 60 bales of cotton" are not calculated to be of military value on their face, but on the other hand their mildness naturally excites suspi cion. s It is well known the Sayville plant has been greatly expanded lately. More over, it has no license from the govern in en t. Of the power of the government to take it over, there is no doubt. If the government takes over the plant, It will continue to be allowed to trans mit messages and receive them. But they will onlv be such messages as govern ment officials permit. They -will have to be in plain language and not open to suspicion. BIG DROP IN GERMAN EXPORTS TO AMERICA Montpelier Seminary . A boarding school of 81 yean1 standing. Delightfully located and under Christian aus pices. A wide rang of College Preparatory and Life eoanes, including Teacher Training and Domestic Science. ' Certificate to college. Unsurpassed Business courses, with typewrit ing and stenography. Conservatory advantages In vocal, pipe organ, piano and violin. Art and Public Speaking. A large, sympathetic, able faculty. Athletics. Good school spirit. Terms moderate. Write for information. J. W. HATCH. M.S.. Principal, Montpelier, Vt During Last Six Months Only $1,153,000 Worth of Goods, Compared with $14,094,000 in 1914. Berlin, via London, July 2. During the first six fiionths of this year there was exported to the Lnited Mates and American possessions from Hamburg. Luebeek and Kiel, goods to the value of $1,153,000. Statistics on this trade tor the first six months of 1914 show the export of goods valued at $14,994,000. This information is taken from the first of the American consular reports on trade from Germany to the United States issued this year. It was prepared by Consul-General Henry S. Morgan of Hamburg. ITCHING NEARLY DROVE A WHOLE FAMILY CRAZY Kansas City, Mo., Oct, 24, 1014: "My husband had a rash all over his body, and soon the WHOLE FAMILY was in the same condition. It looked scaly and raised up on the arms and body in big bumps. This trouble burned and itched so that it would nearly drive one crazy. It was always worse at night, so we could not sleep. We all had this trouble for about two or three years, and during that time tried many remedies and prescriptions witii no results, we tried Kesinol Uint tnent and Resinol Soap and it BE LIEVED AT ONCE, and before the third jar of ointment had been used, we were all completely cured. It has been four months since we were cured, and there are no traces of the trouble." (Signed) Mrs. S, A. Clarkson, 1520 Lawn Ave. Every druggist sells Resinol Oint ment and Resinol Soap, and physicians have prescribed them for 20 years in the treatment of ekin troubles. LIE PASSED INCASE Testimony of Professor Ma richal in Lusitania Inquiry Startling . BARON MERSEY DOESN'T BELIEVE STIRRING BATTLE IN AIR. British Officer Describes Ruse by Which He Brought Down German Machine. Paris, July 2. A ruse by which he de stroyed a (ierman avaitor near Ypres. U dencribed bv Mark Kelson, a British aviator, In the Journal. The battle took place nearly 6500 feet in the air. "When the enemy machine sighted me it immediately took to flight," said Kel son, "I dashed oft in pursuit. About ten minutes' rapid flight I came up with him and flew above him. The duel be gan at once. After fighting for some time without result, I adopted a strata gem which I have always found success-. ful, and let my aeroplane dive almost perpendicularly. The German feviator, believing 1 had fallen, also descended in gliding flight. I then righted my nia chine suddenly and shot above him at distance of only about fifteen feet. Then we resumed the duel. One of my shots hit the gasolene tank of the avia tor, and the machine burst into flames, crashing to, the earth. The pilot and observer both were killed. Smoke for the Fourth 4 7-20-4 Cigars for .............. 25c 4 Sans Souci (Key West) 25c 5 10c Official Seals....... 25c 5 10c Harvards for . ... . .... ...... 25c 4 La Preferencias for ............ 25c 7 Pippins ........ 25c 5 Black and White . . 25c 5 Dollar Perfectos 25c 5 La Zumas (Key West) 25c 7 W. & B. Latest for ... . . .... .... 25c Canadian Who Criticised Cunard Line The In quiry Reopened Save The Baby Use the reliable HO R LI C EC'S ORIGINAL Malted Milk Upbuilds every part of the body efficiently. Endorsed by thousands of Physicians, Mothers and Nurses the world over for more tnan a quarter of a century. Convenient, no cooking nor additional milk required. Simply dissolve in water. Agrees when other foods often fail. Sample frtt, HORUCICS, Racin; Wit. Q9-No Substitute is"Just asGood" as HUKLICH'9, th Original London, July 2. With the object of eliciting further information regarding some questions submitted to the British Board of Trade in the Lusitania inquiry, Baron Mersey held another public hear ing yesterday. Professor Marichal of Queen's univer sity, Kingston, Ont., who said he was a retired officer of the French army, cre ated a diversion by complaining of the treatment accorded to rescued passengers oi the Lusitania by the Cunard company. He alleged that the survivors had the greatest difficulty in obtaining dry clothes, food, accommodation or transportation. Professor Marichal also stated that the second explosion on the ship resem bled the sound would be caused by am munition, "like Maxim gun." He also charged the company with indifference to the interest of the passengers in carrying a dangerous cargo and criticized the man ner of conducting rescue work. Counsel of the Cunard line then read letter written by Professor Marichal to the company after the disaster, in which the writer asked that cash b ad vanced on bis lost baggage or he would give evidence "not f tlie credit ot the company or the admiralty." "Itoesii t that impiv you wanted money to keep your mouth closed?" asked Baron Mersey. , The witness explained that he meant he would bring a separate action apart from the inquiry unless he was paid, but he denied that lie remained silent at the inquiry for that reason. . '! don't believe you," declared Lord Mersey. The witness expressed indignation at such an interpretation of the letter, but Safe and Sane Fourth CELEBRATE WITH A BRICK OF RUSSELL'S "DRY PACK" ICE CREAM CARAMEL OR VANILLA They will keep from two to three hours on the hottest day S. 25c a brick Candy Specials Two Five-Cent Chocolate Bars for.-. . ... ..... ... . . .... . . KK. . . , . , " 5c Pure Sugar Cream Mints, per pound . . . ............ . .-. . .:. . . . ... .. 31c Peanut Butter Chips, per pound 25c Picture Your Fourth with a Kodak or Brownie Camera " j? $1.00 $65.00 , j f ! Fresh" films every week. The magazine Kodakery free with every new camera purchased of . us. - Russell's, The Red Cross Pharmacy the presiding officer was unyielding and the professor left the stand m anger. One of the objects of reopening the inquiry was for the purpose of review ing the testimony relative to the condi tion of the collapsible boats. The evi dence regarding the boats was largely technical, as to whether they were ca pable of being ,cd and if the skin had been removed, v Lord Mersey feaid the particular evi dence he desired was whether the grips nd lashings were loose, the evidence re garding which was contradictory; but an expert stated that if the lashings had been loose the boats would have floated from the deck when the ship sank. BRITISH WOMEN WIN FIGHT TO MAKE AMMUNITION? Lloyd-George Consents to Receive Depu tation of Women Eager to Serve Their Country. London, July 2. The appeals of Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, the suffragette leader, that women be permitted to take a larger and more recognized share In the organization of the nation for war now afoot have proved effective. David Lloyd-George, the minister of munitions, has consented to receive a deputation of the women who are eager to serve their country in various capacities, including the making of ammunition. Birthrate Decines. Paris, July 2. The decline in the birth rate of France has been particularly no ticeable since the war began. The rate in 1914 averaged 1,000 births daily, buc at the beginning of 1915 the figures dropped to 8o0 and there has been a rap id decline since then. In the week of June 6 to June 12, which was the last recorded, there were only 350 births in the entire country. PUCE NOT PR0M1 are what you get at the Lamorey Clothing Co. Buy your outfitting for the Fourth where you can make a saving of from 33.00 to $10.00 on a Suit or Overcoat. 1 I f jr"y-gVi Suits Men's All Wool Tailored Suits, made in the latest English and conservative modes in all the lat est shades and colorings. $10.00 SUITS $7.95 $12.50 SUITS 9.63 S15.00 SUITS 10.93 $1S.00 SUITS 13.93 $20.00 SUITS 11.93 $22.50 SUITS 16.30 $25.00 SUITS 18.65 25c HOSE, Black, Tan, and colors 21c 15c HOSE, Black, Tan, and colors lie 50c HOSE, Black, Tan, and colors 42c Raincoats $5.00 KENYON SLIP-ON, guaranteed rainproof .... $3.95 $7.50 KENYON SLIP-ON, guaranteed rainproof .... 5.63 $8.50 KENYON SLIP-ON, guaranteed rainproof .... 6.23 $10.00 KENYON SLIP-ON, guaranteed rainproof .... 7.63 $12.50 KENYON SLIP-ON, guaranteed rainproof .... 9.63 $15.00 KENYON SLIP-ON, guaranteed rainproof .... 10.65 $18.00 KENYON SLIP-ON, finest Coat made 12.65 Men's and Boys' Hats $1.00 MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS 79c $1.50 SOFT FELT, all colors. $1.19 $2.00 SOFT FELT, all colors. 1.13 $2.50 SOFT FELT, all colors. 1.95 S3.00 SOFT FELT, all colors. 2.43 $1.00 STRAW HATS 69c $1.50 STRAW HATS 95c $2.00 STRAW HATS $1.35 $2.50 STRAW HATS 1.65 $3.00 STRAW HATS 1.73 $3.00 LEGHORN LADS 3.95 $1.00 CAPS 89c 50c CAPS 42c 2.5c POLICE SUSPENDERS. 17c 50c H. P. BRACES S9c 50c TIES 39c THREE for $1.00 5c WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS 2c Onlv 6 to a cu.nomcr. Men's and Boys' High Grade Shoes $2.50 BOYS' EDUCATOR OXFORDS $1.85 $3.00 BOYS' EDUCATOR OXFORDS 2.33 $2.25 GIRLS' EDUCATOR SHOES -. 1.83 Only a few pairs left. $3.00 MEN'S OXFORDS . . . .$2.63 $3.50 MEN'S OXFORDS .... 2.95 $4.00 MEN'S OXFORDS .... 3.45 $1.50 MEN'S OXFORDS .... 3.95 $5.00 MEN'S OXFORDS .... 4.43 $6.00 MEN'S OXFORDS .... 4.95 $7X0 MEN'S OXFORDS .... 5.93 150 pairs of ELITE PATENT SHOES, all good up-to-date lasts and good sizes, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 grades, all priced at .. , $2.95 13 per cent, discount on Madc-to-.Measure Suits Leave us your order. We can please you. Shirts 50c WORK SHIRTS 42c $1.00 WORK SHIRTS 89c $1.00 DRESS SHIRTS 89c $1.50 DRESS SHIRTS $1.23 $2.00 DRESS SHIRTS 1.63 $2.00 FLANNEL SHIRTS. . . 1.83 Ask the salesman to show you the Clean Cu.T Shirts. 2oc Paris and Boston Garters. 21c 25c Wash Ties 19c 25c Tics 19c Boys' Suits in all the latest fashions, including Norfolks and Double-Breasted Coats, some with two pairs Trous ers and heavy enough for fall and winter. $3.50 BOYS' SUITS, all wool. $2.63 $4.00 BOYS' SUITS, all wool. 2.95 $5.00 BOYS' SUITS, all wool. 3.95 $6.50 BOYS' SUITS, all wool. 4.95 $7.50 BOYS' SUITS, all wool. 5.65 $8.50 BOYS' SUITS, all wool. 6.43 $10.00 BOYS' SUITS, all wool 7.65 Men's and Boys' Pants $1.00 PANTS..., , 89c $1.50 PANTS , ;$1J3 $2.00 PANTS 1.45 $2.50 PANTS 1.95 $3.00 PANTS..... 2.43 $3.50 PANTS 2.93 $4.00 PANTS 3.23 $5.00 PANTS 3.93 $6.00 PANTS 4.95 $1.00 BOYS' KNEE PANTS.. 89c 50c BOYS' KNEE PANTS.. 42c $1.00 BOYS' KNEE PANTS. 89c $1.50 BOYS' KNEE PANTS. $1.23 BOYS' K. & E. BLOUSES AND SHIRTS, 50c grade. . 42c 7c Canvas Gloves, as usual with us 5c Special Fo the. opening of this sale, from 9 to 10 a. ro. regular 35c Houfe Brooms 13c each. Sample in window. TfPER CENT. DISCOUNT ON TRUNKS AND BAGS Underwear 25c Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 21c 50c Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers ...39c 50c Union Suits . . . . 42c 75c special Union Suit , 59c $1.00 Union Suits . . . 89c $1.50 Union Suits $1.23 B. V. D. Union Suits 89c 50c Shirts and Drawers, B. V. D 39c $1.50 Hatch 1-button Union Suits, the newest piece of Underwear on the market. $1.19 $1-00 grade ask the salesman to show you the Hatch 89c Overcoats Now is the time to reap the har vest on a a Overcoat for next winter. $10 Overcoat at $6.50 $15 Overcoat at $9.50 $20 Overcoat at $13-50 $25 Overcoat at ....$16,50 annorei Cloth mg Company