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THE LIAIIRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE, VT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1015.
ALEXANDER WAS MASTER -Kept the Red Sox Sluggers at Bay in Critical , Periods ALLOWED 8 HITS, ALL SCATTERED Shore's Wildness and Scott's Slowness Immediate Cause of the Red Sox Defeat DO YOU SUFFER FROM BACKACHE? When your kidneys lire weak and tor pid, ijwy Ait not properly perform their function i your back aches and you do not feel like doing much of anything. You are likely to be despondent and to borrow troiiblo, just us if you hadn't enough already. Don t be a victim any longer. 1 The old reliable medicine, Hood har- saparilla, gives strength and tone to tho kidney and builds up the whole ays-ten). Ilood'a Rarsaparilla is a peculiar com bination of roots, barks and herbs. No other medicine acts like it, because no other medicine has the same formula or Inirrcdients. Accept no substitute, but inaiHt on having Hood's, and get it to day. Adv. A HEAVY BLOW TO THE ALLIES Result "of Their Balkan Di plomacy Constitutes a Veritable Disaster HERCULEAN EFFORT ONLY CAN SAVE SERBIA .Philadelphia, Oct. 9. Inability to bat Alexander in the pinches caused the de feat of the Boston Red Sox by the Phil adelphia Nationals, 3 to 1, yesterday in 4.1.. ' 4- t. ... .4" 4-In wrwt.l'a Vitirtrkirit-i ' Lilts ill oil game jx iuc vv ui u a vimi jsawu ship series. Although Boston got eight hits off the great pitcher, the safeties were scattered in as many inning, while SEVEN AMERICAN AVIATORS ARE WAR HEROES IN FRANCE Volunteer Aviators from United States Did Splendid Scout Service in Battle of Champagne. Paris, Oct. 0. According to informa tion received here yesterday, excellent Austrian - German - Bulgari an-Turk Armies Now in Co-operation Champagne by seven American volun teer aviators who did reconnoissance work Philadelphia bunched four of the five j for the allies. Those scouts of the air London, Oct. 0. No disaster suffered by the allies on sea or land is compara ble to their defeat in the field of Bal kan diplomacy. If the dispatches tell the truth none of the -Balkan states, with the exception of Serbia, will be service was rendered in the battle of found lighting on the side of the entente hits secured of Shore. In addition Shore gave two passes along with the two bunched hits in the eighth, enabling Philadelphia to score twice in that in ning and win the game. Scott's failure to cover second base on Bancroft's bounder to Barry in the same inning is reckoned as one contributing were Lieut. William K. Thaw of Pitts burg, Serg. Klliot C. Cowdin of New York, Serg. Norman Prince of Boston, D. G. Masson of San Francisco, Bert Hall of Bowling Green, Ky., James J. Bach of New York and II. G. Gerin. Three of these American aviators- Lieutenant Thaw and Sergeants Prince factor toward the Red Sox defeat, as j and Cowdin have been mentioned in Stock, who had been passed, reached ; the orders of the day. Sergeant Cowdin second safely. Paskert, next up, who was passed, filling the bases. Cravat U hit to Scott and was thrown out at first but Stock scored. Luderus smashed a single through the infield and Bancroft scored. Hits by Paskert and "Whitted in the fourth were sandwiched by Cravath's sacrifice and Luderus' out, Paskert go ing over the platter with the first tally. The only other hit by the Phillies was by Alexander himself. . Meanwhile Alexander was holding the I visitors safely. They tied the score in the eighth on a pass to Speaker, Hoblit fcel's out at first and Lewis' safe smash. Paskert's spectacular catch of Gardner's fly saved Alexander further damage. The summary: RED SOX. I PHILLIES. abhposej abhpoa Hooper, rt . t 1 0 0 0 Stock. 8b... 0 0 2 0 was particularly mentioned for having engaged two German aeroplanes, lie disabled one and the other fled. Five other American airmen are said to be doing scout work for the French army and 11 are being trained in an aviation school. These Americans be long to an ' organization known as the Franco-American flying corps. POTATOES UP 100 PER CENT. Scott. a..,nti o Bancroft, 4 1 1 0 ! crop reports, and were worrying over Aroostook Farmers Pleased at Advan of $1.50 a BarreL Bangor, Me., Oct. 9. The farmer of Aroostook county are highly pleased by a sensational advance in yie price of po tatoes. Only thirty days aga these farm ers were reading about heavy yields of potatoes in various parts of the Unit ed States, ' as set forth in the federal Speaker, ef. 2 0 1 0 0 Paskert; cf. 1 1 0 0 H'bltU'll, lb 4 1 12 0 OCravath, rf . 2 0 1 0 0 Lewia, If... 4 2 t 0 OiLuderui. lb 4 1 10 0 1 Gardner, 8b 1 1 0 1 01 Whitted, If. 2 1 t 0 01 Barry, 2b.. 4 1 4 6 0 Niehoff, 2b. S 0 Z 4 0 Cady. e..., 2 0 2 2 OfBunu, e... 8 0 7 0 n; Shore, p... 8 10 4 1 Alexander, p 8 1 0 6 0 Henrikeen. 1 0 0 0 Oi . bRuth 1 0 0 0 01 Total. . .27 t 27 12 1 Tot!a...l2 8 24 1ll Red Sox 000000010 1 PhllUea 000100021 8 Hatted for Cady in 8th. ((Hatted for Shore in ninth. Ruru Speaker, Stock, Bancntft, Paakert. . Stolen bun Whitted, HobliUelL Bane on balls Off Shore 4. off Alexander 2. Struck out By Shore 2. by Alexander 0. Sac rt Are hita Scott, Gardner, Cravath, Cady. Um pire KVm (behind bat), Kicler (rUrht field foul line), Evan (left field foul line), O'Louchiin (on the base). Attendance 20,300. $4,000 CASE SETTLED. And XT. S. Court Had No Other Business Ready for Trial. Rutland, Oct. 0. The petit jury in j cold weather, and as high as $2.50 or even $3 before the winter is over. All I this is based upon the belief that there I ri, 1 1 I -1 . the Initct State. Hiatriet eonrt In Ihi. "e er' con.iuerw.me.uuri .n the appearance of rust In their own fields. Now they have been given to un derstand by the officials of the Maine Farmers' union, that the government re ports greatly overstated the yield in the country at large, while the Aroostook crops have turned out much better than had been expected, the yield being sat isfactory and the quality fineand the price, which had sagged to starvation figures baa jumped up to $1.60 a barrel, an advance of 1(X) per cent in two weeks. It is believed by some that this is to be a year of high prices for table po tatoes, and already the speculators have begun operation in Aroostook county. Many thousands of bushels were bought powers. Hate, immediate self-interest or fear of Germany appear to govern the attitude of Bulgaria, Greece and Ru mania. That the ultimate real interests of all of those powers would seem to de mand the defeat of Germany does not figure. With Bulgaria in active cooper ation with Turks . and Germans and Greece and Rumania quiescent the a! lies will find it extremely difficult to transport sufficient forces to the Mora va valley to prevent the destruction of Serbia, w lien this has been accoin plished Germany has a clear pathway by wbicb to send aid to the Turkish de fenders, of the Dardanelles, the. early at tack on which by sea alone constituted the first great blunder in this held of op erations. Only Herculean efforts, coU' ducted with the utmost speed, can save the situation here. Any Anglo-French force at present available, together with what is left of the Serbian forces, can avail little against an Austro-German army of 300,000 or 400,000 men moving from the north with a tremendous artil lery force, a Bulgarian army of 100,000 to 150,000 moving from the east and per haps a 7 urkisb force cooperating from the southeast. Italy appears to be the only power that can jump into the breach with an army of any size. She has expressed her determination to help. Can she do the trick? It is difficult to see how Russian troops can give any aid. If sent from Bessarabia, they would have to cross Rumanian soil. If sent from Odessa, where a force of 500,000 is reported concentrated, they would have to fight their way across Bulgarian terri tory or Turkish Thrace, and even be fore this the Russian warships would have to clear the way for a landing. It is said that Field Marshal von Slacken sen, whose great phalanx with its over mastering weight of artillery blew the Russians out of Galicia, is in charge of the Austro-German forces advancing from the north. The great trunk-line railroad from Belgrade to Salonica and Constantinople and with a branch from Nish to Negotin on the Rumanian fron 2S America's Greatest Cigarette Wm tftht Hiehnt Grade Turkish andEgyptvmOafttltslnthiVifU TO TEST FOG DISPELLER AT FAIR Machine That Can Produce Continuous Lightning; Flash is to Bo Put on Trial San Francisco, Oct. 0. A aeries of fog- dispelling experiments with a giant elec trical machine, constructed by govern ment expert at the Panama-Pacific ex position, are to be made here in a few days, it was announced yesterday. The machine is an electrical transformer, said to be the largest ever built. It can take current of 1,000 kilowatts at 2,300 volts, it is said, and step it up to 1,000, 000 volts. The charge of this high po tential is expected to produce a broad and continuous flash of lightning 100 feet long and the experts believe that th resultant electrical disturbance will be sufficient to clear up a heavy fog for some distance around the machine. The experience is said to be under the joint direction of the United States bureau of mines and the Smithsonian institution. COLORADO CASES GO ON Governor . Refuses to. Free One Thousand Defendants CAN'T SHIRK BECAUSE OF. AGITATION He Is Not Ready to Buy Peace at That Price , ARMY ESTIMATES READY. week, ago at 70 cent, a barrel and stored lU U "n ,mmdl for a rUe. and even 1.50 per barrel has the m and the Bulgarians. It Is not tempted all the hoIdeVa to unload. ?,on th, road that the Anglo-British ti.,. .L ..t Kr. i irnn. I troops which landed at Salonua are be- stook who expect a 2 market before dwtributH. Virtually made over In ...j "J " mB, .11 .curate. What. Jlarland II. Howe of rU Jotinsbury until . i i- Nov. 30, when ther wiil again report "" .V" c0"'t," .f "M. of in Rutland. It waa expected that the i .ro' 'othe: " iV-'f!? the American crop that the early re hat- guns and equipment and stiffened by British and Frenh effectives, the Ser bians no doubt will offer the stubborn resistance for which they ara famous to Believed to Have Been Approved by the President. Washington, D. C, Oct. 0, Secretary Garrison's estimates on army needs in connection with the national defense program being framed for presentation to Congreua by direction of President ilson are believed to have been com pleted and approved by the president, although no intimation of the increase to be asked in the coming military budget has been given out. ar department plans, it is under stood, contemplate an Increase in ex penditures on the military establish ment on a par with navy increases to be urged. It is generally admitted that Secretary Daniels will recommend an in crease of a million and a quarter dollars or more ovor last years navy budget He- will see President Wilson for final discussion of navy plans probably next Monday. A special board of army officials de voted months to a study of the army rogram, lepartment ofiicials, under in structions of the secretary, have main tained strictest silence as to decisions reached. LOUISVILLE WOMAN A SPY. Mr. Hildebrandt Arrested in Germany, Jailed and Then Deported. Geneva, Oct. . Mrs. Merriet Hilde brandt of Louisville, Ky., author and editor of a woman's magazine, had an tha Austro-German advance. They will unpleasant experience recently in Gcr ba assisted by the flood condition in many, where she went to arrange for ease of Put rick J. Milkmaid of Npw York state vs. Jamts McDonald of Lud low, involving l,Oon in money loaned, would be tried but the matter was act ed by agreement of attorneys and the court waa left without any civil bui nes for thf jury's attention as all other rases on the docket, standing for trial at this term bad ben either settled or continued. In the Mrfkmald ease, Law rence, liawrenr A Stafford were coun sel for the plaintiff, and Mickney, Sar gent & Skeels for the defendant. that in most parts of Maine outside of Aroostook county, the almost continu ous rains of July and August proved dis astrous to potatoes, and Maine cities 'now are buying supplies in Aroostook aometlung quite unusual. Aroostook, strange to.aay, experienced a drouth while all other part of Maine were flooded, hence her fine crop, averaging better than 100 barrel to tha acre for the lnte varieties. The digging season is in full swing, lsbor is in great demand and prosperity again prevails in the bif county. QoodMyear Fortified Tires T n,m-Cn1 Tirw-tWAir" bej BASK FOUNDERS AT SEA. Norwegian Veasel Out from Halifax, Carried 5,200 Baf.1 ef Salt. Halifax. N. S.. Oct. 9. The Norw. t-ian bark Queen, from Liverpool to Halifax, with fc.iMO bag of salt, ba foundered at . th Morava valley, if Field Marshal von Mackensen elect to mak this bis route. ANGLO-FRENCH FLEET BEST ARGU MENT FOR GREECE THE TALK OF THE TOWN The a!c of the C N. Kenyon & Co.i ttock it attracting buyer for mile around, and we've been at busy at beet. Each day brint to our Bargain Tables new lines of ooJt rot themn before. Come in, look around and you'll be amazed at the wonderfully low pricct on everything in the ttorc Silverware, Cut G!a, Wooden mare Tinware, etc. " SPECIAL SHOWING of all 10c oodt Friday and Saturday at 7 cents each OrJr rt tilcn for match-ir all china dinner teti W. II. Wcslcotf, Manager This Would Impart Settled Convictions to New Cabinet to Lin Up with Entente. London, Oct. 9. "The a pilars nre of an Anglo-French fleet off Piraeus at this moment," says the Pall Mall (ar.ettt in an editorial, 'would do more to impart 'settled convictions' to the new Greek cabinet than volume of Terbal preiire. It is a mistake in the Halksns to let th velvet glov conceal too much of the fibre of tb hand beneath it. "llulgaria ba (iven u an example of how fastidious diplomacy may lie turned to ridicule. Titer Is an individual In (ireeca who I capable of (la ring a sim ilar gam. Green should be given clear ly to understand that ther are tmt two enae in which her mobilization ran head, and that unb-a she i prepared i rt upon on of them she nmt accept tha ronaeqtienrea f th other. Kvent bar pone far berond tha point wberaj euphemism or trmporiting ran b ( ervk." conference in connection with her work An account of what befell her, a given by Mr. Hildebrandt upon her arrival in (ieneva, runs aa follows) "On reaching the German frontier he was arrested on a cliarge that was not aiade known and sent to the Lorrach prison, wher she was placed in a cell. She was then taken to Lindau prison, where aft-r tentv-four hours. le w removed in the middle of the night to Munich. There the commanding officer befor whom she was tsken, decided she should b expelled. She was escorted to the frontier where she w warned not to re-enter Germany, Mrs. Hilde brandt returned to Geneva. Mie has sent a strong protect to Washington through 1'lessaant A. Movall, th Amer lean minister to Saitn-rUnd. Denver, Col., Oct. 0. More than 1,000 persons, made defendants in cases grow ing out of the recent coal strike in Col orado, must go to trial. Hope expressed during the last week that Governor Carl son would order a sweeping dismissal of the case, vanished yesterday when the governor refused to interfere. This de cision was the culmination of a series of conferences between Governor Carlson, labor leaders, state officials anc promi nent citizens of the state. The decision came only a few hours after the an nouncement of the action of the supremo court, ordering the release on bail of John R. Lawson, labor leader, conflnad in Tiiuidud jail since his conviction Bev el al months' ago of first degree inurdtr m eoni.ection wit i ttriko disorCM. "Approximately l"t criminal nn l ciril ! were filed more than 1,0. 0 jn-r-situ tvere nuJj cefu'c"ants, as ;i rcbiilt o t, i recent t .H-ado von! stn -. Tie Tha aso of th- ( niAo Vu -X .V; J.-Oti Cs.. against tfc United Mine" vVorki of America, charging conspiracy in re etraint of trade and asking damages in the sum of $1,000,000, was the most prominent of the civil suits. Of the criminal cases, that of John E, Lawson was the most noteworthy. Keviewinsr the history of cases growing out of the strike and their present status, the gov ernor declared! "The only question for me to decide was whether or not those who were le gally charged with crime should be turned loose without trial for the extra legal reasons urged. It has been assert ed that such a course would put an end to the agitation that is going on in cer tain quarters and leave tho state in a more peaceful condition. Granting such a result would follow, it Is in effect to say that a group of persons can commit crime and receive immunity if they raise sufficient agitation to disturb our peace of mind. I do not believe that our citizens are willing to purchase mental peace at such a price. In my opinion capital will never invest in this state; until it is demonstrated that attacks upon life and property will not be tol era t ed." A Raincoat is Good Health Insurance! J Far better to buy a good Raincoat than to go through" even one hard cold. J These bleak fall days are ' noted for sudden chilly . showers when you least , expect them. , I Get rain-protection and at the same time get a coat that will look well and feel well as a light overcoat. . ' J See that kind of coats here. Moore & Owens BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS BARRE, VERMONT I the "material and moral capacity" of to maintain discipline In penal institu the factions claiming recognition, based. tions and when to parole or pardon the upon data submitted by tbe various ele- inmates. ments. Simultaneous action by the Pan American nations on the question of recognition is expected. SOCIAL REFORMERS MEET AT OAKLAND Several Hundred Workers in Behalf of the Lower Half Will Consider the Problems of Many People. In these discussions the wardens or superintendents of state institution are to play leading roles, tha list of speak ers including the following officials , of state establishments: T. P. Sale, Raleigh, X. C; Katherine Bement Davis, New Yorkj Amos W. Butler, Indianapolis: A. J. G. Wells. i Frankfort, Ky.; Guy C. Hanna, Plain- field, lnd.; K. JL Lindley, Chippewa Falls, Wins. Kenosha Sessions, Indian apolis. . Special reports are to be made by the standing committees on prison discip line, probation and parole, statistics of Keports are Oakland, CaU Oct. 0. Officials of pen al and correctional institutions from allleriraes, and criminal law parts of the country, judges and other j also to be heard from the prison chap ofjicers of courts, social service workers i buns' association, the women's axsocift and educators to the number of several tion and the association of governing hundred gathered here to-day for the i board which are subsidaiies of the main opening of the annual convention of the ; organization. American Prison association. The ses- j Among the jurists who will take part sions, several of which are to lie held in the convention arc James P. Gregory, in .the evenings, will last through Oct. 'judge of the criminal court, Louisville, 14. - ' Ky, and J. E. Krick, a justice of the su- Practically every phase of nociety's i preine court of Utah. -problem in dealing with the morally Joseph P. Byers, of Philadelphia, is delinquent will be presented to the asso- j president of the association and W ill pre BETHLEHEM STEEL REACHES NEW MARK OF 439 War Shares Under Speculative Ban Re cord Further Gains on Extensive Offering. VILLA BEBEL KILLED BY HIS MEN General Hernandes Shot Dow Wren His Intended Defection Is Learned. Kl Po, Tex, Oct. P. Official reports at Juaret tt that On. Koealio Her nandea. who also tit reported to have revolted irotn ills a stint br hi on men when they learned of bis intended defection, tarranza advice had stated ilernsndet command bad given battle to Villa rear guard lat Sunday. GREECE NOT TO OPPOSE LANDING S amort t This Effect ara Uafavadea, Saya Official Ittws Arency. At ben, (h-i. . Tbe ia) ! irmfT anBonewe! yeterilT tht ti-ere tm foundation f mnr rtrruistel in "!Te tjiiartT that the le .rek ealrnet intfiU to frnlevt eiint the lnltiig of a'iied I -; c (.wk wnl. EVEN CROSS, SICK CHILDREN LOVE SYRUP OF FIGS feverish, B .liens Conttfpstei, Give Trait Laistirt at One GERMANY SENDS A PROTEST TO GREECE IW.1 e..'4 wr fr4fol. pev14i ,11 Se if t"ti ue i i-.tft'-.1; th.a i a ur t l,ttl M -miih, hrt 'i4 fcrW are vita ir wte. ! 1 f'V, f iU, f .n ef .!4. lr-aB 14. V.,r-t evire, e)- t t, S.p tit -t rt-i; . ) et.inal -l-e. ji',r"'"'. 4 "i-. - re t "t;'dl . ai.f'B-Bv fcn p M J n." n4 ia a f- !'- H te ' I wt r tie bxvil j Mr m w- ti latij ! f ui V -4 t M. jti ra u- ' fro t lt ." a nit ti' , er ran rt .aT aftee if , W ne t " Th -- r.-i--ft ! -Afi . )." .. tvi e-4. ( etiet i A the r"t tW 1mmiisf j H .a4-. trwl? A little ("of tfwn t ter!f"er ty tHe e- 't.-4v a . k .'-i t. . hv. j rr fmmt" tHe i "-. eve th r. A mar duir f j rff. T- r;r "f ! 4 a ,v-.-t ; tt -t .rrtt f Oa Crk TerTitery K S'p'y Se-eirt. New York, Oct. 9. The recuperative power manifested by Thursday s stock market lost none of its viuor in veater- ar's early dealings, shares "of all de- riptions, mainly those under the specu- stiv ban, recording further rosterial gsins on extensive offerings. lM'thlenein Steel opened at an ad- ance of 2, to tbe new hiuli level of 52, then promptly proceeding to 45!. his marks an advance of 81 points from lat week's cloaing figure. The preferrea roe 0 to IJ.i. v estingbouae, Baldwin Ixioomotive, (Yucil.le Steel, Colorado Fuel and Great Northern Ore were higher by 1 to 3 points, with for General Motor, at 345. South Torto Fico Sugar, which should derive untantisl b-netit from the re tention of Vt sugar tariff, toh 7'i, to 110. Inited States Steel led the former speculative fatorites with a gain of I',,, t 1',. Railways apsin shared In the move ment. ome t tite western iaeties and Heading and Lehigh Valley advancing I to T point. An intcreatine feature s the initial ofTerinj: of I0.O( of th Anglo. French i jT cent note. Iieted by the ex. dance Thursday at S, the subacriptiim jrice. Sale of tkt in the rt kmir p- pr"ied 4fi.fwift share. Rail as T complHely dominsted later. reading tx-ine: the moet actite iMiie, e- points, with greater trenctb in tte en tire grmip. t.rtu tbe eondary railway ie"i. I'luarl mlVe,! advsnr-ea. Great Xorthem Ore and eorir were! among th otVer atrofig ftnra. Imt mie of the siwialtie were rc'-tn ry. Bcthbbem te- pmnmr-n .rk 21 fxiiiit and t-e preferred 14. Ttal sale to 1 e'tbwk escecJ. J ftV), (Vai i.re. ciation by chosen speaker or in the form of reports from standing committees of the organization. The discussions are to embrace the positive or negative in fluence which, acting through heredity or environment, cause the downfall of - the girl or boy offender of the first crime of the mature criminal; methods of eradicating these influences, the proper punishment of the persistent offender, how to rescue the recruit criminal, how side over the general sessions. A Dilemma. Wife Henry, you really must have the landlord come and see for himself the damage the rain dil to our ceiling. Hub I can't without letting him the damage the children have done to the rest of the house, Boston Transcript - - -v. 1 " In 0 CONSTRUCTIOK Or THEATRK WHEIIE t.ivrot M WAS SHOT IN TlUt BrSTH OF A VAUOS-' RECOGNITION ALMOST SURE hm r1- VTIUA AMSTOWN V V ?" .! f I if." ii t tee I'iv I r ,i - 4 1 mf I V --, J.W'-i'T ee e We f,"ft-v St e "?' - m-.4 I w- " I'w-fc ' t t'-et -- i. r.? 1 ? ' j AO tb laficatioat Taint ta Carrsr.ia as tbe Kaa AanrBtTOet Kay C Ta-4ay V re". fi. IlMt.n je tTr on t -e e A 1 '-e nit fimr e( tle It iwii i.l-.mata w ere t-t t N t rrBio err-wf t t i 1 rnw e eor ' r Tt' t"" t ' 'tH Mate. "lt m 'i t ' i' that f '? t ntrt reW-r-asert 1e eir j it te4 wr" th t te t"nw!j -te r-re n-rt f-mei ('aur a j tWi irf-T.j eni try -!, t t !e 4 h-witu tf -".' t. E Keeping In Touch te ftw ,J t f f4 4 t t-"4.-m t a... j ,s mntmni to M f i ? i "Ww mmrr a-t-wa ,a -i ' . r'-trji4 trv t'f t it nirn tlKTrvtoJatr man anta to take a day of!, a vrk-ri.J Irip, rr rten a month Taralion, lie dtvaa't JEh tO pr from a Iclrj-bone. lAe iht late IlILnam tnan, he mskr tbe trie hone a wrrant, twX a malrr; nr it ! n be rfcrma it df irM,t'krrp in tmjh hh luines aflairt; an I r far to l't it intn! tipon Li ltitisre, witbotit warrant. 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