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THK J1A1IHE DAILY TIMES, HAHHK, VT.. WKUNESDAV, JULY 28, 1013.
iWORK ON DEFENCE Garrison and Aides Confer on Army Reorgan "." , ization NOW TALK OF SPECIAL SESSION Reports Say Wilson Wants to Convene House by October 1 CONSTIPATION POISONS the blood. Perfect elimination Is In dispensable to health. Stimulate the liver, onen the boweU and ret th sys. turn Into a Rood habit by taking iroort' I'IIIh. the old reliable family cathartic. Do not Irritate nor Brine. Trice 25c. of all druinrlaU or promptly by mall of (J. I. Hood, Co Lowell, Aitiss. NEGRO PRISONER KILLED AS HE WAS TRYING TO ESCAPE WANT WAR ON TURKEY Popular Clamor of Italians Goes Unhindered by the Censor The Guard Shot Him After He tacked One of the Male Nurses. At- Washington, July 28. Secretary of War Garrison, on his return from Sea bright, N. J., called a conference with Assistant Secretary of War Breckin ridge, On. Hugh Scott, chief of staff, and Cien. Bliss, assistant thief, to go over a tentative draft of an army reorganiza tion plan which the secretary expects to submit to rresldent Wilson on tne tat ter's return from Cornish, Despite the secretary's protest that 'no "hurry up" national defence pro gram is in view there are indications that the .department is not losing any time in whipping plans into shape. ' Persistent rumors of an extra session of Congress could not be verified, bus it was generally believed the president wishes, if possible, to convene the House by Oct. Ij, so an early start may be made in working out army and navy de- j fence problems. t Reports that the army is keeping se cret the formula for a deadly shell, which one officer was quoted aa saying "would surprise the Germans," elicited this comment from Secretary Garris son: " . "If they are keeping the formula se cret they are keeping it secret from me also. I know nothing of it." In the absence of Naval Lieutenant Commander C. E. Courtney at sea, con firmation was unobtainable of reports that he had designed a submersible cruiser, but na-val officers said they had heard he was working on such an idea and that they considered it feasible. The department refused to confirm rumor that naval officers assigned to foreign stations had been ordered to remain at home until the international situation clears. i Goshen, N. Y., July 28. Investigation yesterday info the shooting of William Hicks, a negro known as "snowball. who was killed at the county farm Mon day night by Sidney Johnson, showed that Hicks, wh6 was awaiting action of the grand jury on a charge of horse stealing, was trying to escape at the time. The powerful negro made a savage attack upon a male nurse with a club in trying to escape. Johnson, a special QUOTE TRIPOLI TREATY IN CASE Rome's Decision ' Is Likely : to Influence the Balkans London, tJuly 28. Advices from Rome deputy, saw the attack and ordered the indicate that Italy is preparing for war refused and Johnim then, fired two shots at him, one piercing the negro's heart and the other bis stomacn. Johnson was taken into- custody to await the result of the coroner's in- ouest. Ho told Assistant District At torney Harry Crisp that he killed Hicks to save the lite of the nurse, against Turkey. Popular agitation for participation in the Dardanelles opera tions, suppressed some weeks ago by the government, has1 been resumed with out let or hindrance. At the same time, an attitude of vio lent hostility toward Germany has again Hicks had already served one term developed, newspapers pointing out the county farm Monday afternoon but was returned after a two-hour chase. He was making his second attempt to es cape when shot. WILSON GIVES UP GOLF GAME. futility of keeping up the fiction that Italy is not at war with Germany, as there is indisputable evidence that Ger man troops are incorporated in the Aus trian forces opposing Italy. Earlier in the war, when The Mes- sagero and Giornale d'ltalia advocated war with Turkey, the censor interfered. The censorship has evidently been re scinded, as all the papers have taken up Taken to Atlanta. July 28. Orders Boston, July 28. Orders for the transfer of all federal prisoners now in the state prison at Cbarlestown, to the federal penitentiary at Atlanta were re reived from the attorney general by United States Marshal Mitchel yester day. No reason was given for the change. There are seven such prisoners kt Charlestown, including W. J. Kelli her, who is serving a 15 to 18 years' sentence for aiding in the wrecking of the National City bank at Cambridge. President at Work on Official Business - Soon After Breakfast. Cornisfi, N. H., July 28. President Wilson pave un his usual moraine came of golf vesterday and was at work on the agitation official business received from Washing- The irovernnwnt itself is Catherine evi ton soon after breakfast He planned denMt to 0 that Turk h to, ted i- fr rt u i r-i iniinAca mnut SIT tlia H ' xr I ho I - president sent for his stenographer at the treaty of La"8", in which it was 10 o'clock and shut himself up in his stipulated that all Turkish troops would study, leaving orders that be was not be withdrawn from the Cyrenaka dis- lu ue uisiiiroea uriiu iuiicu lime. Harlakenden house will be the scene of an informal tea this afternoon. Miss Margaret Wilson, the president's daugh ter, yesterday invited a group of resi dents of Cornish and Windsor, Vt., with whom members of the Wilson family have become acquainted, to be her Climate Failed; Medicine Effective BulTarars from Tuberculosis often think that modiolus will not help them. Fresh air, rettular habits and mod food aid In restoring health, iuf more J often needed. Many have been restored to health by fcckinaii's Alterative. Head this: Weldon, 111. "(Ifttlrnwii-Through your In. strunienlalMr I haw been saved from a premature grave. Da Decern ber 14, luo, 1 was taken with Ty fihuld Pneumonia, which developed ulo Tubervuloala (bacilli were found), la February, 1IMMV, I went to Kurt Worth, Teiaa, ami later to (anon City, Colorado. After being there two week niy phyali'laa la. formed me that my rane waa hope, leea. Three week later 1 returned home, weighing ilia pounds, the doe tor having given me no aaauranc of reaching there alive. On July 14, MINI, 1 began taking Krkmnn'a wonderful remedy for Lung Trouble. Now I am atvut and well and can . do any kind of work about my grain elevator." (Abbreviated). (Affidavit) AHTHlll WEItn. Kckman'a Alterative la most efficacious In bronchial catarrh and severe throat and lung- alTeatlons and up-building the avstem. Con tains no harmful or habit-forming drugs. Accept no substitutes. Small size, $1; regular slxe, 2. Sold by leading druggists. Write, for book let of recoveries. Erkman Laboratory, Philadelphia. WOOD BACKED UP BY FINE FIELDING Red So Defeated White Sox, 3 to t, In Opening Clash of New Series in Bos tonHooper Made Star. Catch. Boston, July 28. The Red Sox sig nalled their homecoming by defeating the Chicago White Sox, 3 to 1, yesterday afternoon, Wood pitching excellent ball and being splendidly supported. Hooper made a spectacular catch of a short fly by Weaver in the first inning. Hooper, Barry and Gardner were the heavy stickers, each getting two hits. Gardner s second hit turned into a run in the fourth, when the runner went to third on Cady's single and scored on Wood's long sacrifice fiy. Singles by Barry and Speaker, "followed by an out, gave Boston another run in the fifth. Scott doubled in the sixth, and Cady alked. On Wood's attempted sacrifice, Scott was thrown out at third. Hooper fanned, and on the third strike Cady and Wood tried the double steal, both being social life of the neighborhood. Tea will be served on the lawn of Harlakenden house unless it rains, Among those invited to be present are mnton Churchill, the novelist; Max field l'arrish, the painter; Louis Evan S'hipman, writer; Mrs. Augustus Saint r.anclcnH. willow of the incnlntor! Homer - . d..L.: . ii -1 .1. i- , Saint Gaudens, Percy Mackaye, poet and "Is"11" u 4unK lae J,no. many posi playwright, and t. A.. Kennfdy, onltions being taken and retaken time and trict of Tripoli and that Turkey would Lafe, as Blackburne dropped Schalk's perfect throw. Barry a single brought in Cady. Chicago scored her only run In the sixth, on a pass to Schalk, Blackburne a sacrifice, Gardner's low throw on Kus sell's rap, and Murray's single. The score: CHICAGO. I RED SOX abhpoae! sbhpoee Murpny, rr. 4 1 o 0 O'Hoooer, rt t i 4 1 0 Weaver, as. 4 0 0 0 0 Barry. 2b. . . 802 E. C'l'ns. 2b 0 12 0 Speaker, cf . 1 0 Foumier. lb 4 1 S 1 0 Gainer, lb.. IDI0 J. CTna, If 4 0 1 0 0 LewU. If.... 4 1 1 0 0 Fehwn, cf.. 1 1 7 8 0 Gardner. 8b. 4 I 8 1 0 S-halk. ... 2 1 t 8 CSrott, a.... 8 10(0 Bl'kb'n. 8b 2 0 t 2 1 Cady, e (14 0 0 fiiuaWl, p., 2 0 I ( OlWood. p.... 2 0 0 2 0 -iiboia ... u 0 o 0 0 not interfere with the loyalty of the Senussi tribesmen to Italy.' There is evidence Turkey is actively fomenting revolt in Tripoli. If Italy joins the allies at the Darda- ' ... guests. The president expects to meet neuea, n win prooaDiy nave an lmmedi- those invited to tea, but it will be in-1 ate effect upon the decision of the Bal- formal because of the death last year kan .(.tea to enter the war. visits of the Wilson familv here last ""' iemeni oy fall and this summer, the president and the Italian ministry of marine announced his daughters have taken no part in the I the seizure of the Austrian island of Pelagosa, which is very important on account of its strategic situation in the Adriatic. It has been occupied by Ital ian naval forces. The Italian armies continue to gain on the Isonzo front, where there is fierce Faber, p... 1 0 0 0 Oj Total ..29 10 27 11 0 whose private links the president plays while here. Corn on the Cob the Roasting Ear Is not more delicious than the New Post Toasties In the growth of corn there it a period uhen the kerneli are plumped out with a vegetable milk, mot nutritioui (roa.tir.fi car). At it t!oly ripen thi hardens and finally become almost flinty. Thi nutritioui part of the corn if cooked, ea oncd, rolled thin, and toaMcd by a new proceu which enhance the true corn flavour. Different from ordinary corn flake, the New Pott Toaitie have a distinctive form and flavour; and they keep their appetizing cripnc. even attcr cream or muk 11 adJed. again, On the lower Isonzo, after artillery preparation, the Infantry made appre ciauie progress. In the center, several lines of trenches were carried, which served as defenses of the ridges of Kan Marti no del Carso, On the right wing Monte di Busti, won and lost several times, remained largely n .Italian nanus, un the left of the western wing, the Italians captured a wooded ground called Bosco del Capuc chio, Total ...304 24 11 11 Kan for KuaaeU in the tilth. Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 Red Sox 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 .8 Runs 8 halk. Barry. Gardner. Cadr : two-baae htu Gardner, Scott, Lewia. Baace on balla Off KuxrU I, of! Faber 2. off Wood. Strurk oat Br Kuull. bjr Faber, by Wood (. Sacrifice hiU Scott, Barry, Blackburne. Sac rifice fliea Wood. Gainer. Umpirea Evana and Chiu. Attendance 8,000. I Copyright Hart Schaff ner & Marx ' 1 Will You Dress Up this Evening? When you get home to-night, have you a cool, fresh 6uit to slip into? There's nothing quite as refreshing after a hot day downtown, as the feel of a soft blue serge suit. Have one in your wardrobe for an evening change; make it a Hart Schaffner & Marx Varsity Fifty Five! The value of 6uch a suit to you is in the fit; the fine all-wool fabrics; the exquisite finishings and trimmings, the smart style and excellent work manship. For $25 you get value never dreamed possible at the price; others at $18.00 and up. Moore & Owens, Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main Street, 'Phone 66-W 100 MANY SENTENCES SAVE HIM. COULDN'T HOLD LEAD. Tenney Team Defeated by Spanish A. C - in Montpelier League. Powerless to hold a lead gained in the early part of the game off Facini, and ut terly helpless before the fine twirling of Canales in the last five innings, the Ten The enemy, strongly intrenched, I ney met their fourth straight defeat in the Montpelier city league yesterdsy arternoon at Intercity park, the Spanish A. C administering a 7 to 5 defeat. The Tenneya made eiianr costly errors but the play that loot the game occurred in the eighth frame, when Dominico strurk out with two pone and men on second and third, but Milo failed to hold the third strike and was so long in RTATP OP M A IVP throwing to firct that the bstsman " 1 ,. . . ...... .... had to be driven from the wood at the point of the bayonet. At the end of the day, 1,600 prisoners were in Italian hands. ' PROHIBITION ALE FLOODS THE Rainfall of More Than Tea Inches in Twenty-Seven Days Breaks Secord. Portland, Me, July 28. A rainfall of four-fifths of an inh on Mondsy night brought the total precipitation in Portland, for 27 days this month, up to 10.10 inches. AU official records for any one month, since the weather bureau was established 44 years ago, have been broken. The rreateet previous record wss P-57 inches tor September, Ki, TENNIS CHAMPION ACCUSED. Golf Under Arrest for the Larceny f Ball, New Yoik, July 2.Cuost F. Touch - srd, 27 years of age, former indoor ten- mi rfismpion ana a ien mnten.iiT in outdoor national tournsmects, f lea led guilty yeeterday io the larceny f polf balls valued at !') fivrm Abercrorubt A riUh, dealers ia sprnting fonda, ), be was truetej tiupbne. He aa re Bianded for eer.t'-w.e unt j Friday. tuneel for Toutbard. atktnf for merer for bis ilwit, t'-i4 the -wirt that esrlr tins jesr Ttnii hards siife iv4 in rl.ild birtk and that tiie 4e-fen4ant lft ith tbe bt. Iir-tri and m-di- rine Im!I, be nJ. hmi jnU-4 tip an1 l.i liett s i-Mir.-e were at e4. lba rente UwrUtfa n4 be f il. A Hurriher rfmifet t-r ia p- have wr'tlea ta Jg lioaakkl ia Ltf t- half. poor throw. One run came in oil that play, ana two lollomed when Milo threw wild on third strike be failed to hold with Morris at bat. Every run scored by the panish Athletics was the direct result of a miaplay, Kem fick pitching a good game in the fan of aii(xrt that would have discouraged an Atenander. The Tenners found Farini in the bo with the proverbial clove and rraver nd succeeded to run up thre runs in ss many ininp. (snalrs entered the box in the fifth frame and was scored on twice on two acratfh bit and a "bone" pulled by Morris. Thereafter be was in vincible, striking out eight mea in the la at thre innings and assisting in put ting out the ninth man, 1-agan with three bits to bis rredit. one a double, proved to be the h-ay bats man of the fame, and (Tignton contrib uted the fli'ld frature. a e.iaculsr catch of a long fly in left field. The summary: feTAMSH K. C. I TIKNFT. akfcroee ttkMl t ftarr. e IIIHI Wilev I M I I I) ntntna, Ik 4 I 1 I rn b till Ata, rf OS I Morerrfl. fl I I I I I Mnma. . 4 I I I ,( inntm. If . f 1 S I Tnm.1. S. I I I rT. rf .. I I Mum. If . SSI H.XM. e . II I II la-im. r. rf I ( HHrt, Ik 4 I t I t-n-K Jfc . 4 I I Hiii. rf .... 4 I I I !. rf. f a s e keneeira. . 4 I .!! . Tnaab . I 11 Tnkla . .4 S r. 1 1 k A. C II I t I I lentMT I I I I t I I I Twin4 at kl, kr ke k'l m - frr, . krXM k' ka - ak (- .- 4. k fa. k. kv tn.f)k H k fUrkw-Vim Sam Bell Can't Be Electrocuted, Par doned or Sent to State Farm. Little Rock, Ark., July 2S. Sara Bell, convicted of killing four of his wife's relatives in Conway county, was sen tenced to life imprisonment in one ease and to the electric chair in a case tried later. It developed yesterday that the life kentence is a bar to the death sen tence unless the governor finst pardons him in the life term. It was held by the attorney general in a similar cane that it is optional with a pardoned pris oner whether be accepts a pardon. As it stands, officers say. Bell cannot be ex uted under the death sentence nor can he be sent to the state convict farm under the life sentence because he U supposed to occupy the death cell. GROUT GETS ONE TO TWO YEARS Sentence Former Controller, Convicted of Making False Statement, to Term in Sing Sing at Hard Labor. Xew York, July 28. Edward M. Grout, former comptroller, first borough presi dent of Brooklyn and former president of the defunct Union Bank of Brooklyn, was yesterday sentenced in Brooklyn to from one to two years at hard labor, having been convicted of perjury in mak ing a false statement to the state bank examiner regarding the bank's affairs. A stay of execution for 10 days to appeal wss granted. Sea-Devil's Latest. Amaterdam,' via London, . July 23. The Norwegian bark Harboe was at tacked and set on fire Sunday by a German submarine. The crew, which has landed here, was given five minutes to get into the boats. The captain says he saw three other boats on fire near the spot where the Harboe was attacked. The Harboe was a three-masted bark, built in 1878 at Port Elgin, X. B. She was owned by H. J. Stangebye of Chris-tiania. Anything to Please. "What's all that racket in your din ing room, 11 iram T "That's my hired man doing a clog dance. We've got a couple o' city board ers who's so used to them cabarets that they can't eat unless some sort, o' show 13 gnin' on." Birmingham Age-Herald. &gg& U 'Si - TUT mm av m Will is worthy of thi NATIONAL IX A ZVZ Tetrr4aT-'s Came. At Firr' fwti , T-rJL-li t. At fiw iffati Oil- jrmati 4. n si4. r . At Frten'j frtUhwf . siAJTDistc cf rnt CLxrf fm !t, f'-t !...'! ia 17 J- Tm"k' ,' H-" 4 --tie-j 4 44 . f "!- -' 9 irk . 4! t .4 t J A't ( rr-4 M k 4. AMERICAN IX.lCrE TeeterAsf Cme. At 1. 1 1Umtrty , ( l.w-ar I. M ai rirtt t si!iii-iti I, At wk Ttr t 7. rr At f ",-4.',.f.i-fl..ia-, ,; . lyn a :Axr-:c CF TKE ctrw That Good Old Office Pipe 5 best tobacco von can ret for it- Fill it with M.ivrVs riuij and discover what a sweet, mellow, pleasant smoke it rives you. lou can smoke it all day Ion?, the year 'round, with health ful ernoyrnent, if you always tuck this mild, cool-smoking, fragrant Cut Plug Burley into it. There arc sweet-crusted, companionable pipes in thousands of New England offices and homes that have never burned any other tohacto than Mayo's because their owners have always found supreme pipe satisfaction in ca-catty tag Mayo's is nure, mellow Kentucky Hurley leaf, agei ana blcndcui to bring out all the delicious richness and sweetness. Mayo's is the best Cut Hug Durley smokir.g tobacco that the rr.o?t complete tobacco organization in the worli can pro duce. Several seasons' crops of tAiacco are always stored away to protect Mayo's cv3,Vv. 'That's why it's "ahmyn vii." S'l l crcTTn bore in hand t aoc ccco 7 There Scpenor Con Hairs come oven-freh in tilht wax-ca!ed package; and they cot no more than crdinary "corn fake." In;t upon having New Post Toasties Your grocer ha them row. IT SA ". S : I"" t . . . . t a. "'4 44 ' -4 l'KrpTjch 4 1 ' 1 m IT, .-:: . TMS AMf RJCAN TOB CXXI COMPAV1 I