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THE' BAHRK DAILY TIMES, BAH RE, VT MONDAY, AUGUST 0, 1015.
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For thirty years it has been the stand ard remedy for female ills, and has re stored the health of thousands of women, who have been troubled with such ail ments as displacements, Inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc. If you want special advice vrite to Lydia E. Finkliam Med Icine Co, ( confidential ) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. LASSEN VOLCANO NOW SAFE. ma California Peak Has Spent Most of Its Energy, Investigators Say. Washington, Aug. 9. Lassen volcano, California, spent most of its energy in its violent eruption of last May, ac cording to reports received by the for est service, and it is believed, that there is little likelihood of further destructive outbreaks. Since the upheavals of May 20 and 22, the volcano has been under the observation of officers of the Lassen it national forest, in whicb the peak stands, and for the last month a volcanologist of the United States geological survey lias been making a scientilie study of the mountain. The investigations have confirmed the opinion that the eruption of two months go, when a river of mud was blown out of the north side of the crater and down Hat creek with considerable dam age to government and private property, was caused by the melting of the snow on the peak, the. snow water running Into the crater and being converted by the molten lava into steam. Although it is possible that the volcano is sira plv conserving it energy for another " outbreak, the indications are, according to the government volcanologist on the ground, that no further eruptions are likely to occur, at least until next spring vhes another influx of snow water may isuse a alight disturbance. t The first authentic rejiort of the dam " age donby the eruptions of last May hows that early reports were greatly exaggerated. Forest rangers who have Siiade a careful survey of the neighbor liood of the volcano and have made Sev eral ascents to the rim of the crater, report that the total extent of govern ment lund rendered useless by mud and Java is somewhat less than 4.IXK) acres, and that of the privately owned land rendered useless lesa than 1,000 acres, comprising all told tht grating range of about 220 cattle. In addition, by rea son of temporary injury to other areas, fange has had to be provided for about tOO csttls which were grawd near the fountain. Inasmuch as some 12,000 cat lie and 30,000 sheep are graced on the Lassen forest every year, this curtail ment of the range, according to the forest service, is slmost negligible. The forest officers on the ground es timate that the timber detrnycd by the rniption amounted to about 10 million fcoard feet, rhotographe taken by one of the rsngers who were detailed to m.lra nWmlinnt show tree several feet in diameter and 1V feet tall lying on the mountainside, wnere mey were Snapped off like toothpicks. A boulder biff aa a freioht car is among the clebri. that was carried for severs! rnilea down the mountain by the mud now. 100KY0UR VERYBEST CUTICURA Soap and Ohtrier.t. both fragrant, super-creamy emollients, arc the first reuis lies in preserving skin beauty end purity. Sample Ire- by Mail READY TO PARLEY Carranza Decides He Wants a Peace Confer ence OUR ATTITUDE IS OUTLINED Provisional President Must Represent Cause' of Orig inal Mexican Revolution Washington, Aug. - 0. Two develop ments -of first importance Saturday brought the Mexican situation into a position regarded by American officials as more encouraging than for many months. Gen. Carranza, in a brief filed in his 1uhlf with Neeretarv Lansiiik'. practi cally asking recognition, receded from his refusal to join ins adversaries in peace conference and virtually proposed such a meeting. Gen. Villa was at once notified by bis Washington agents and an early response is expected. Tl.o attitude of the United States, outlined officially for the first time since the I'an-American conierence was cum, made clear that it considers the purposes of the Mexican revolution were accom plished when Huerta was deposed; that all the fighting since has been only over factional differences; that neither Car ranza nor Villa controls Mexico to an extent which entitles either to. recogni tion, although it is admitted that both must be taken into consideration; and that the first problem to be solved is to find a man for provisional president who rpnrpRPn ts the. cause of the original rev olution against Huerta, but who is not necessarily identmea wun any ui iuc warring factions. While steps are proceeding to bring ahnut npimt iatioi'i. between. Carranza and Villa, efforts to shape the situation to conform with the views of the Unit ed States as outlined Saturday, will be continued, so they may again oe uw niHaoH at the next session of the Pan- American conference in New York prob ably during the present wee. Carrania's Conference Suggestion. The brief submitted by Charles A. Douglas, Gen. Carranza's council, sets forth the formal suuirestion of a peace conference in the following language: "We have in Washington wr. Arreoun do in the c J pacify of a special represen tative of the constitutionalist govern ment, and, at this time, Mr. Cabarera, a nipmher of Mr. Caranza's cabinet, is h Thev are men of fine ability and excellent character and are anxious to serve their country in the highest and k unu VitluT or both of them. I am assured, will be glad to confer with any element of the .Mexican people wun a view to furthering the common inter est, the peace and the welfare of the nation." Tim rimnimal to restore the constitu tional succession to the presidency where it was broken by the deain oi aiaaero w .levatinir Vasoues -Taele. a member of the Madero cabinet, to the office of provisional president, the brief says, would defeat the aims of the revolution. 'Tim nlan of the constitutionalists. says the brief, "and it is now well under way, is to make the principles of the revolution effective as war measures by military decrees during the extra con stitutional period and then to have the congress ratify them translate them into law. It is argued that Tagle i neither im partial nor fitted for the office and that .! r.v-ntrniliiin rout, I olllv be based on , theorv f cabinet succession. Hi qualification would instantly and auto matically restore the constitution. "If the constitution is in this manner restored," says On. Carrania's brief, "it would efTectually prevent me puiim into effect of the principles of the revo lution aa war measures br military de crees, because these things can only be done in the way indicated ana during the extra constitutional period. The .Una nurooae and principle of the rev olution would, therefore, become inef fective, dead and the revolution wouii h. aa if it had never been fourht and tae causes underlying it as if they had never hern conceived, and jieiico woiim be as Mexico an before, exm pt for the loss of life, destruction of property arid the paralysis of busineaa. It would in deed be a short cut route to complete victory for the enemies of the revolu tion." The argument contend there has been no member of the Madcro cabinet sine IVdre loacunan w ho could legally as sume the oftu. s.-rrtrv lnsinc said the t arranui hrf kaa not been formally submitted tothe conference. It waa learned, bow , ver, that copies were eetit to each mem ber and si" to Treai lent " ti"n. . .ahau.tive report -on the ontitcrence. in cluding a transcript tt the lia-utm. has been forward4 to the president. It ,... ,n a tentative draft f the addreai to be forwarded tn the Mei.n lea4er, bkb alafl baa Keen nent to lJitin-Amer Wa fnvmmntl reprewted i tt-e meeting ..... len. tai's. t lelieved, nl be jiik tn nets the r.ft.inty r"1'"1 . ( arranra's rhansre f,f attitn-V t br .11 rrtrrw of th fartiia. In hrt mi,THt it i p-t"d that n -ctt. e f ntaff (H anni, en r.mte t the Mrti'H bnf, mV be M ufttf, He ia to 'k t '!' at.4 rtt pera.t4e ' t a i f t tv fir 1'iinr to (rfir that eaire 4 rm.J'Tt . in the a-titi mt fi ?.!,.-n sffair h hi ' ta' li'ieieiaeiiti rt!t. n&RT IASTS 19 StCCfS. ree tfc'Js Tre rwm Be4 ti ts Fsnr.bes" tsttle. r" it- .. t - r.t-i---t tlm nrlt i". t " '! ' Uw " k Tm-4 t' fw1 I ri'iat T f t t a faeSB nst n- h- "-t" I'.mwi b pnaae tnn ' i ' ' It d. 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This almost always stops dandruff and scalp Itching, and keeps the hair live, thick and lustrous. separated, most of them going to their homes on the American side of the bor der. The officials were after one Mexi can who had been recognized among the raiders of Sebastian and did not know any confederates were with him. About 10:30 o'clock in the evening, the posse galloped up to the suspected house, encircling it. Most of them left their mounts near the back porch. Two Mex icans on this porch opened fire. The posse men replied with rifles. A third Mexican, seen trving to run from the house, was shot down. Since Friday night olluers nave arresx all residents of the American side of the border, on suspic ion that the.v were members of the gangs of bandits which have been killing, rob bing and burning in that section for three weeks. The American manager of tho nni'h where the three Mexicans were killed last night identified the bodies as Mexicans who resided in or near the ranch. VILLA WANTS MORE LIGHT. Will Make No Comment on Carranza's Position. KI Taso, Tex., Aug. 0. Gen. Villa re. eeived with a chuckle Washington's dis- Hatches to El Paso Saturday, stating that Gen. Carranza had signified bis will ingness to meet his adversaries in a peace conference. "I will make no com ment," he said, "until I have more light. Villa haa summoned military oi- all tarts of the territory ,i,;..h l, .ntrnla for a meetinir at Jua rez. George C. Carothers, special agent of the state department, sam y-w day that pending the arrival of Gen. Hugh L. Scott Sunday to confer with Gen. Villa at Juarez, all action of the ,.l,i..ftnin agents foreicn mer- cbnnt and mining corporations would be deferred. A- .,!,.! ;.. ,1,-nial of the report that Sebastian Cargns, r.tate treasurer of Chi i,....i,a no eveented Thursday was is sued Saturday by Gen. Villa. The re port had stated lie was capvureu nnr in night from i ninaunua cuy, iriun. there and executed. PRIMARIES IN KENTUCKY. Three Parties Name Gubernatorial Candi dates. T,uiville. Kv.. Aug. 0. Former Con gressman A. O. Stanley, Ilemocrat, E. P. Morrow. Republican, and Fred J. Drex- ler, Progressive, were nominated for gov ernor in the state-wide primary held in Kentucky Saturday. Stanleys majority i estimated at 2n,no0, Morrow virtually had no .opposition and Drexler was un- .1. MrfVrmott and H. V. McChesney. His victory is regarded as a virtual defeat of state wide prohibition. Mr. McCheaney was running on a platform demanding pa H; by the legislature of a bill placing before the voters a constitutional amend ment to substitute state-wide prohibition for the county unit law, or local option. McDrrmott also favored the eunty unit law. THREE DEAD IN ELECTION FIGHTS. Riots Occur While Kentucky Picks Gu bernatorial Candidates. Uxington. Ky Aug. t. Reports reaching Lexington from Preathitt ciin tKat tirover Planton. a lading )rmo-ratie politician of the county, was mortallr smmwl, sna junm t i-mrn and F.lihu All'n at dead as a result ot i ttir riot, rlemna and Al- r Pepublnana. Rett Wallaoe was Villd. Walter AIlion monaiiy wotmneo. and thre thcrs, one woman, slightly wounded in an election fght st Hickman Saturday. SEARCH BAGGAGE FOR 40 MBS. St. UnU Lesres New Tsrk Witfc B Pstser-fer List. New York. Aiu;. . Tlie bafrg "f Mh of the C?0 mmt.-wi who aa,!d from New otk f"T ljTrrpord aboard tle Amtn imt M. Ijotna rNiitircay -mm cs-ef iil T aar-hr4 for l-otrl anl othet .,.!.. 1 b r-a-' T lit w the )arrt tl 1 wt la -anM in a lonf t;ni, every lrti l"t one l it. tu-ru t.,d ll.r 'oiitkim were imnrf tW U psi r'4 ' 'r i!ar-'w n tw A, hnr Iit (iPrni!i. TV wifrvr .ttA a lr '' f r t, t.;,e (.t f th aa!-Tt Tf bt! f inad.en ani !ra. T rtwTaa sacti sx tvaasr Ccf HQRLIGK'S T7?r crrtaiHAi MALTED MILK The Tooif-DrJBsi for All Afca tcx rsx Bu ' vntucx. n rwmt TO RETURN TO WASHINGTON President Wilson Plans to Go Back to Capitol Soon ; PRESS OF BUSINESS DEMANDS HIM Will Leave Cornish Sum mer Home Sometime This Week A. FrPH.dent Wilson, it v uiuauit " became known Saturday night, is plan ning to return to Washington to get in personal touch with recent developments in the Mexican situation, diplomatic ex .i !r.nt. Uritnin and (iermailV. (. 1 1 n ' n wiv. . - - and other important official business. Under ordinary conditions the president has found it possible to direct the activi- ties of the uinerem, executive u-iv- the minimer White House. UirillrO ,,UMl -.w r but within the last few days so many ..i.i.... ...iiuii.lin" onick mtion have i uuicijis mviiik n -i developed that he feels he should go to Washington, the president pruuauij m u- i i, i tha Whitfl Hoiisn before the ic unci, i" . " ' end of this week, and may return to Cornish later it puouc dushicss itimii. Soon alter lus return to BBiunytou ti.. u,.nl will see Secretary Lansinff .lit j , . i-v1 - . " and other ollicials to discuss the next step in the Mexican policy; will talk over with Secretary Kedfield tho latter's investigation into the Eastland disaster in Chicago; will confer regarding na with Secretaries Garrison and Daniels, and congressional leaders, and will see Attorney General Gregory regarding the investigation into the sta tus of the seamen s law. tv... nt.oui.ionr received letters from several members of his cabinet Satur day and was informed of the filing of a brief by General Carranza with the state department proposing a conierence wivu hi. adversaries and virtually asking for recognition by the United States. w.. i....tn.i ,nrnmrr the president nlaved niiuua ,... I I . eolf and In the afternoon went automo- e- ... . . i.:. biling with Airs, rrancis d. cayre, daughter; Mrs. Anna Howe, his sister; Miss Claire 11a t ten of New York and Dr. Cary T. Grayson, rrotcssor ueorge Howe, the president's nephew, who had been visiting at Cornish for several days, left Saturday for New York. HANGING ON PICNIC PLAN. Mississippi NegToes Swing While Crowd Sips at Soda, sturktille. Miss- Aue. 9. Peter Bolcn and Jim Scales, negroes, convicted of killing another negro, were hanged in public t Marlcvuio irway. in huilt in a natural amphithea tre, which afforded the crowd of several thousand, including many women, an un obstructed view of the hangings. At the request of the doomed men, tne crow a sang the hymn, "There Is a Iind of Pure lelight, just oeiore tne traps r anrunff. Soft drinks and candy venders sold their wares among the crowd while it waited for the executions. MAY BE ARCHBISHOP IRELAND. Report He Will Be Added to College of Cardinals. Rome. Auir. 0. The next consistory .t Horn will be followed by a council of bishops st which Pope Benedict will create aeveral new carainais, aaya vb ti.Mi,ii N'ationale. Archbishop Ireland of St. Taul, Minn., and Mgr. Heocaria, private chaplain of King Victor Emman uel of Italy, it is reported, win or auiung those added to the college of cardinals. "FUSES FOR EXPLOSIVES. They Ara Made by Winding Gunpow. der In Card Mashes. Fuse, such as are used for ettina off charge of dynamite la dltffin ubnits nnd tunuels ana lor exploslva sheila U warfare, ara prepared very simply la aeveral dltreratt waya. una eld form was made by aoaktnf a loose ly wound cord for tea minute la a boiling solution of acetate of lead. An other form la a cotton cord imp rei ns ted wit a chroma te of lead. Tha fun Invented by Wekford la XS31 consists of a una thread of black powder Inclosed la tare envelopes of thread and soaked la pitch or robber, according te tha nsa t which It Is dcwtlned. One f tba most commonly tined tam today Is msda by lHtln a Una strem f Mack powder run frnm tie small end of a funnel lata an envelop of hemp, thick, but Dot mwh twisted, tbe powder falllrff In aa fasti as th bemp la twisted. This taba Is then tDcloaed la a mesh of Una cotton, twist ed la tba dlnertloa opposite to Ibf t la which tb bemp was twisted. Tba whole la beld togHber with alna or p'.rrh. Tbls Is very fletibUt and boras at tha rata of on centimeter a aecond. jCew York World. Ltsaid of tba Mea !, A Cermsa tradiU r'vea tbe orltfi of rte Bes me as follow: Aa and cam to fart a la mortal f- Ha a-niibt a lsc of shelter and rwpoa art" Us la bora of lre. but orory dof was shot arslnst tbo fceavily vtattor. at Wna tl-e aisrel. trtn very weary, sank epoa tbe T"nvd and over him a mort.oh or-sd like a tert It canatt rpm Its M7tapeeo't leavr tho fsTl nf ,w t)'h wcutd rtberwla fcavo jWVl the m-rr9 of W. Wak ttjt. tbe antl id to tbe re: Tn-n tat tht M!tT ttutt was A tmnf Of W V W AM ta rw sooos rrt aVrnt tt Wr.;i t s t ivm a !ask Crwln tbo Usiawr trwn. f'Wt 1t tr""f tt- tbe tv l-o4 ta t tnanv a wyj tr-ta w TO MOXIE DEALERS Everywhere The 1915 Moxie Fall Display is now on. Please call on, phone or write your Moxie jobber at once to submit an order VC" for your signature. If he does not call on you promptly, notify us. This is the last Moxie display for 1915. Inform us when and through what Moxie jobber you will place order "CM. Is there any attention we can give you that we have not given? We esteem beyond measure your valued patronage for more than a quarter of a century. You have seen us grow from a small beginner to one of the Standard. National. Products. Your valued co-operation was necessary for this. We owe to you every service we can possibly give you, and it is our aim and ambition to serve you in such a manner at all times as to continue to merit the enornious patronage and loyal co-opera- tion we have enjoyed from you. To those of you who have not honored us with a call at our Laboratories at Boston or New York and investigated the conditions under which Moxie is bottled (a condition which we are very proud of), may we have the honor of showing you the sanitary and hygienic conditions under which Moxie is handled? Remember you need no appointment. You are always welcome. ' - We take this opportunity to again thank you, and sincerely trust the high quality of our product, Aloxie, will always meet your approval, and we shall be able to give the service you are entitled to. Rest assured our every energy and resource will be directed to that end. Very respectfully yours, . -.-a- . 1.. - --:..r"'' Tn' . I a. i. i .in i ' 11 " . Topics of the Home and Household. A rule for making currant wine is de sired. Anyone having such a recipe is asked to contribute it. a a a Small pieces of toilet soap, saved and and melted by adding a little water and placing ori the stove, can be made into new cakes by turning into iron gem pans to cool. 1 a a a If boiled rice is left over, you may make a dainty entree by reheating the rice and then molding it to serve in dividually with a peach or a spoonful of berries on top. Heat the canned fruit a-' 11 A. .at n it .41 att svrup to pour over. ruia -leftover breskfast cereals will if mued with the pancake Utter, make it more delicious. , -r f ..ivt a a fine cleaner for A rirvr .'i - ' - - i .-j ... rw.ii.Kinir ailverare it is orass, anu j - better than chamois. It quickly removes a 1 I .t t Tllh dust from wooawors. anu tbe stove after it has been blacked it will produce a high pol'". 1 here u noin : i...... A.t a felt hat. and silk ina v . - " - - , , , , i dresses and other silk articles should sl- avs be dusted wun is. a a a The Barciin Hunter's Mistake. Vifv no institution of modem merchandising thst la more un Ju.tlr rn.l.gl h.n tb- bargain for .'. " ..!. wnot use of barcains they tr; . source of great ee.nntnie, aays tbe Iri.b Sorlt. m . Tbe woman who suffers from bargains ba dore not u them wisely I'he starts off to shop with a full purse and only a nie idea of what ' . . a.nrWa into a aba anta io ij. .... : j . .tore w th the Idea that ! . mrthkntt if he happens to aZ what she w.o.s and tbe flrat Ibir tt at greet ber eye la a oarpam ertents of which wnnot ke oi.t of tbe crowd of wome, eager to be ws!ted on. On dra.itig t 1"' divers that tbe good, offered for aaU .re men's shirts re..icd more t!.. ,r cent. Tb .HoF'Pcr cni.t remeni Zf Zh,t sir. b-r bu.Hand take., but T at the table lk ..t the ..me aire, eo abe ask. bat ' y ' a. abe baa Vft t' rCt sbe regret. tS.t she 4 A h .. bed b k- -T'y . oeed. W-re c4 tr-a oW U. .W ow r. ro1b.t e-treter ,e one here eh.M -' . ren..ka- redifta sr.4 l--r b make. jiir bae. tw"rl-new-iHbet1 tb b.rw are t rtb beT- w "rr m.t. ! xb - w be.,,,- Ibey are lM?r w .be w, tt avfit a o "'' Inal eo-lh. ""' a reg to do tb 1 Wtn. bsjttbe hffi-t m to r"""l ninw. 1!s -1-r Vt ,rre f"- - -! -1 b "!-" t-" erT-. t b4 lo-w 1' ianf'V t Vau- .be i a t careful l-B-k-j-i THE MOXIE COMPANY to use it as it is and a week or so later when she takes it from the linen closet she notices for the first time that the sheets are too short for her beds and the pillow cases too large. It is too late to change it since It. nas oeen iiiruu" the laundry. In the meantime ber husband has ex amined the shirts and has discovers! ,. i,v are two sizes too small -al though he admits that they were a raro bargain. When tne snopper mm . shirts back she finds that they are not exchangeable. And the cliil.lren s snoes; inose rrc not the right sire either, though this the did not discover till they had been worn a day and had made blisters on th-ir heel. The shirtwaists she decided that she did not need, and so she returned those and got a credit slip. The fancy orna menta that she bought she put away to keep for the cook's Christmas present. The wise bargain hunter is the women who makes a list of what she want or will want in the course of the season. a a a JeUies for Hot Days. Any dessert which may be ud in the morning "and which, after cl.illing. will be ready to servo for dinner is a el.-ome boon to the busy housekc. per. aays the Christian N-ience Monitor. oi l dinners are (Treat time-saver and ice cream and llied deserts are particular Iv acceptable at this season, taking the place of the richer and heavier pastry. Thev also have tlw advantage of bcir, esailv made and can be made in the early moriiir.tr and set aay to chill while th hoiieife ia buy caking tbe dinner meat, preparing the salad ingredient and th. nlher little thins that go to make tip the cold dinner. By managing the woik ia this v le gets etra time in the aftern.wn. Here are a tew re.-ir-. hich. may aid ber ia planning the ct eouraet , , Jellied I.1e.-rtit half a pound of date, in bshes nl remove their .tone.; put them in a aaucepati ith one and a half cup. of wat.-r and three tablespoon. f . i ... r and fM.k them lolv out J they are aoM. The a ll a beeping table-pooa TOUACCO I A: 1.' ' i a m JCV vacation docs pood, cTen if it only cmrhaMie.the com forts of home. tobacco often thankful for VELVETS ae-curea tmoothness. ?yvA 2Z 1 of powdered gelatine which has been melted in the juice of an orange, n ta blespoon of vanilla flavoring and a few drops of green coloring. Alter stirring all together, pour into a wet ling mold. When chilled and ready to turn out, place on a platter and fill the center with whipped cream which has beep slightly toned and to which a quarter cup of chopped pecan nuts has been added. lianana Micrbet Dissolve a naii-ounc of powdered gelatine in half a cup of boiling water. Add two cups of sugar to a quart of cold water, boil for 1 minute and turn it into the gelatine. When this is cool, add the strained juice, of two lemons snd four bsnanas that have been rubbed through a sieve. lVeat all together and freeze in the usual way. After freeting it may stand and harden until it is needed. Peach Pudding Take a half-pint of milk and dissolve in it one and a half heaping tableon of gelatine powder and four tablespoons of ugr; stir it slowly over the fire. Kub sulticient ripe (cache, through a sieve to obtain a half pint of pulp, stiain into it the dissolved gelatine, add the juhe of half a lemon, stir occasionally until. cool, then pour into a wet mold. When chilled, turn out onto a plate and garnish w ith halved pared jieaelies tilled with whiped cresm, with the re.t of the whipped cream heaped in the center. Ttitti Kruitti .Idly-Make a regular lemon jelly by . di.aoUing three heaping tablespoonful of gelatine in one and a half cup of warm water and adding two nips of aiitfar. one gill of lemon juice, a little grated lemon peel, three cloves, one inh of cinnamon, and one tea.poon of coriander aeeda. Peat all together, allow ttirm to come to boiling point .lid then let sUnet for five minut". and strain carefully. Have ready three mejmm narhea thinlv altced. one banana thinly sliced, a half -cup of chopped nd aeei1e.t rai.ma. a liaii-cnn OI ca.nei cherries, liopd ilh two .trip, of anpelti. and one ln-e of candied pine apple. VVbea the jelly ia cool atir tbe frmt into it. turn all into a wet mll and eH away ta chill. Serve very cold with plain it earn. Ilomthy Iext'T. A get-curcd-quick makci us doubly Wd 2UZ 2Z ins lark I t msy fft m araatf af