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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, HARRIS, V1V 1KUJAY, OUTUUKK 22, 1015.
WHEN TONGUE IS COATED vour liver Is torpid and i affecting lour stomach and bowels. To rouse your liver, take the little. P"' K f.hi and in-all-ways eatlsfactory Hood's IMIIfc They relieve biliousness. or C. L Hood Co. Lowell. Mass, HEADACHE FROM A COLD? LISTEN! Tape's Cold Compound" Ends Seven Colds or Grippe In a Few Hours Your cold will break and all Rrippe misery end after taking a dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" every two hours until ) three doses are taken. ' ; It promptly opens clogged-up nostrils and air passages in the head, stops nas ty discharge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dullness, feverishneas, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed up I Quit blowing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing head nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as 'Tape's Cold Com pound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Accept no substitute. Adv. ANOTHER SAVINGS BANK RECORD - BREAKER FOR VERMONT We have before spoken in these columns of the fact that Vermont enjoyed the unique dis tinction of having at Hyde Park the largest savings bank in the world in a country village. Now comes Bank Commis sioner Williams , with another point of Vermont savings banks' superiority. - He says that our state stands at the head of all the states in the union in the amount of de posits in savings- banks, per capita of population. -. What does this mean, and why, this preference shown to Vermont banks in general and to the Hyde Park Bank in particu lar? There can be but one answer, and that is, that the people of Vermont have come to believe that there is no place in the world so safe to place their little savings, against a rainy day, as in a carefully conducted, well managed Vermont savings bank. Practically five out of every eight people in Vermont, count ing every man, woman and child, is a savings bank depositor. Some fellow has tried to poke fun at Vermont by saving that "she has six months of winter and three months of late in the fall." So long as we can maintain our superiority in matters of thrift, we can quietly smile while they poke fun at us. The wise ones among these shouters know a good thing when they see it, and when they want the safest of all places in which to place their money, they come to a Vermont savings bank. The books of the Hyde Tark Bank show that it is the recip ient of deposits from every state in the union. Alaska, the Philippine islands, the republics of -Panama and Cuba, China, India, Turkey, and the Canadian provinces from Quebec on the east to Saskatche wan on the west also contribute by their deposits to make the Hyde Park Bank the largest bank in the world in a country village. One thing that prompts the deposits from these far-off coun tries is the fact that it is now ab solutely safe to send the money to the Hyde Park Bank either by check, postal cr express money order, or by regiMered letter. Not a dollar fer.t to the Hyde Tark Bank by mail fince it wan organized in has ever been lost- "Safety first, safety lart and wifety til the time," has &3aj- Wn the motto cf the Hyde Park Bank, fcfid it bok are Jyp open to the mot critical invcti fr&tion by ar.y drpnitr.r. It eV ty tun to-day, o far a the cl wrutiny can deter mine, a fir pie 6jV.z.t cf i-r a- The Hyde Prk Bark ray four pfT c-rrt corrpun-J wrrvi-' E'.r uil!y, an 3 f-trn -l tat?-. j Fii3 i-.f"rrr.&tj"J i;p"i r,y fr.irt cfe.netle-i either iih the! hi.' V "! Cf it tT.&"!f "?T'T.t j fiirr-;-h4 to try Ctrr.3 ?- ri-rc rr i'.r tr?2.-:rtr. M ELLEN NOT SATISFACTORY Counsel Declares He Is Hos tile to the Govern ment COURT DECLINES TO CORROBORATE Swacker Wants the Witness to Be More Re sponsive New York, Oct. 22. Charles S. Mel len, a government witness in the trial of the New Haven directors, was charged by Frank L. Swacker, federal prose cutor, with being "frankly hostile to the government's case during the con tinuation of his testimony yesterday. Mr. Swacker asked Judge Hunt, presid ing at the trial, to instruct witness to be more responsive In his answers, but the court said that he did not see that the witnass had given any evidence of a hostile attitude. Mr. Swacker was trying to gain from the witness information as to the source of complaints made by New England fruit shippers against the New York & New England railroad, one of the early competitors of the New Haven. Mr. Mellen. he thought, was disposed to evade making direct answers and to volunteer information not desirea oy the government. Prior to this Mr. Mellen had described for the attorney the way in which the New Haven had secured control of the Housatonic, the Connecticut River ' and Old Colonial railroads, and told how he had been asked by C. P. Clark, presi dent of the New llaven, to start a suit against the New England. This was after his entrance into the New Ha ven as second vice president, two months from the time when, as general manager of the New England, he had made a, threat, he said, to reduce the fare from Bogton to New York to one dollar of the New Haven did not give up its plan of reducing the running time of some of its trains. Mr. Mellen was first questioned about the through freight lines of joint freight soliciting organizations maintained by the New England roads, some of which he described Wednesday. Some of these mentioned to him by Attorney Swack er, he did not recall. Taking up the steamship lines, Mr. Mellen , described the Merchant and Miners line as "very important." This ran from Boston and Providence to Baltimore, Newport News, Norfolk and Savannah. The witness then aketched the char acter of manufactured products shipped from New England cities. From Boston these products went over the Boston & Maine, Fitchburg, Boston & Albany, New England and the Metropolitan lYovidence and Merchant & Miners ateamahip lines. Then he named the various trunk routes with which these lines connected for freight traffic to the West. The traffic outlets of other New Eng land cities he similarly explained, re vealing as Wednesday an intimate knowledge of the railroad traffic situ ation of New England that seemed as fresh in his memory as if a quarter of a century had not paaaed since the pe riod he wss describing. He wss as familiar with the manu factures and railroad conne'tiona of the mailer citiea, like Bellows Falls, Vt., Windaor, (Vnn., St. Albana, Vt., and (Yim-ord, N. H., as he was with the larger citiea. Mr. Swacker of eounael for the frov ernment, aaked the witneas about his early connection with the New York YOU'RE BILIOUS! CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS TO-NIGHT Don't Stay Headachy, Sick, ci Have Bad Breath and Sour Stomach Wake Up Feeling Fine! Best Laxative for Men, Women and Children r.yr l.f! KTe tbe liver end h'i"l ... l.ih Hi i"J!tia- your h4 dirry. jir tiii-o 1-4. It-i a. f? !. si4 rtmb !. v't atav lul kwi. mi.. ri-oda-liv, mimt i t'4 SbJ fyll f e-d. M I.V dnmt y r S) fcS f' t au-ar4 frrsj t) dn.f rt m n4 t im tn ten t t.: t Sr3 rr yT t " er-t. ..TtW-Mt h't ad i I'-etiMhg y- j ft wrfwd nm will ak trp f.iinf M aM fr. (w"a -, l,k oalta. a at4 eli nt 1rj fitly tiat y" l,ar! ! I e ta- eo'Ka-i ir Va)W a.u"4 p'"' ". tnii-'n r f-vTfc 5 'i ; a !"' a-r4 rr t'tw-tl'T t tlfrm;V'y mni ar ,.tl Air. ft a:r3 OUCKST0HE V0RK WHILE YOU SLEEPJ ' - - ' - MESSAGE OF JOY TO CATARRH SUFFERERS Hyomsl Guaranteed by tha Red Croaa Phar. macy to Rellara or, Money Refunded Tho popularity and Increase in oalea of Hyo mel hero in Barre are unlquo in tho annals of mwliclno. Such aaUmiahina- eucceeaea have been made by thia remarkable remedy that tho proprietors have authorised tho Bed Cross Pharmacy to aell every packaao of Hyomei under an absolute guarantee that it will knock out catarrh for good. If it doea not, tho pur chaser can have hia money refunded by the Red Croaa Pharmacy. Hyomei ia no ordinary remedy. H la pro nounced tho only method of treatment that aonda by direct inhalation to tho moat remote part of the air passages, a balsamic air that d troy all catarrhal serma in the breathing onrana, rnrichea and purifies tho blood with additional osone, and gives permanent and complete relief from catarrh. The complete Hyomei outfit is Inexpensive and consists of an inhaler that can be carried In the veat pocket, a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei. The inhaler laata a life time, and if one bottle doea not euro, an extra bottle can bo obtained for a trifling aum. It is more economical than any remedy adver tised for tho cure of catarrh, and is tho only treatment known to us that follows nature in her methods of treating diseases of the respira tory organa. Breaths through tho inhaler for a few min utes four times a day, and your catarrh is relieved. That's all. If not helped, tho Red Croaa Pharmacy will refund your money. Adv. New Haven & New England as general manager. "What were the conditions as regards co-operation between the New York & j New England and the JSew iiaveni" ne Baked. "The worst I ever knew just cut throat work on both sides was the re- p'y. . . - . MOONSHINER CHIEF GETS 9-YR. SENTENCE John L. Casper Also Must Pay Fine of $30,000 Six Others Involved Get Lesser Penalties. Fort Smith.' Ark.. Oct. 22. John L. Casper of Kansas City, alleged head of; the Moonshine conspiracy, who pleaded j guilty in the United States district court : here Wednesday, was sentenced yester- j day to nine years and three days in Leav- j enworth penitentiary and ordered to pay ; a fine of $33,000. The six others who ad-! mitted guilt received sentences varying from six months In jail to two years in the penitentiary. In addition to Casper, the following were sentenced: J. Henry Brown, Harrison, Ark., gov ernment gauger, two years in the peni tentiary, fined $1,000. S. L. Williams, Winston -Salem, N. C, former government revenue agent; Charles Brewbaker, Kansas City, and George Hartman, Kansas City, one year! and one day in the penitentiary, fined ! $1,000 each. -John Farrabee, Kansas City, John Cof fey. Fort Smith, six months in jail, fined 1.000 each. Jmfge Youmans in sentencing Cisper said: "I doubt if ever there has been a more bold, defiant and open violation of the law than the one in which you were engaged. It has taken more money and men to bring this caae to justice than has been required to protect the. lexas iron tier. Nothing can be said in mitigation for you." MORE THAN 1,000,000 ARMENIANS GONE Only 200,000 Left In Turkey, it ia Es timatedEven These May be Exterminated Before War Ends. Tifils, Trans-Caucaaia, via Petrogrsd and London, Oct. 22. The estimate is made by the Armenian newspaper Mahak that of the 1.200,000 Armenian inhabitants of Turkey before the war there remain not more than 200,000. This residue, the Miahak aaya, may disap pear before the end of the wsr on ac count of the Turkiah policy of exter mination. The figures of the Mahak are baaed on the eatimat of the Armenian Patriarch at Conatantinople that &S0.0U0 Armeni ans have been killed or enslaved by the Turks, in addition to which gOO.OtiO Ar menians are believed to nave fled to Ruaaia. The Mahak suggests that Pan-Ar menian conference be held-at Etehmaid sin, Trana-Caueaaia, the eoeeleaiaatical capital of Armenia, under the direction of the head of the Armenian church, for the consideration of the future of Armenian Vilayet of Turkey after the war. It is thought here that if aatia factory conditiona could be etablilied, Armenian emigrants to the I'nited States and the Balkana might return to Turkiah Armenia. ASQUITII WELL ON WAY TO SPEEDY RECOVERY The Premier Spent a Good Night, Was the Official Bulletin. London. Ort. 22.-l,rrwirT Aaquith ajwtit a gfd niirlit, his phyairiana an-nune-d ymterday, adJing that he ia on thi road tn sjuHHly rfMfJ. It will b eev'rl daja before Pre mwr A"K)nth ia able t remime hia -f fw dtiti p4 nnt'I hi Trnrtrr le eabiro-t ituati. will probably remain at a tsn'till ! Thia is Irafalpaf day. The -ein ia pel. braUd It a wide ramfifa for ld " fnnda t aid wotin-l l'tiri a'.Wirra. 1 le fr't .f St. Jfl ,.f .1.roali-ni started the distributions siitti 25.. 4 Yit u ra e-f t' r-al ti'fi rabinH has i-n ititif'e'1 t Sir Mard (rw lh. a4e WeJfw-e'lay in the !! .f i v.srmfi, ia l i( li be enj latnel that f rrti ft aa d'i it refnaal t Sf"t'f" 'i" nr t It favored f a !) f.ty "f tle rab.iwH. HEAVY BREAK IN THE TRICE OF HOGS tncf tsta from Sewety-tTe Crtts ta Dalisr Catrparew sritk rrty-e-jH Hirers Af. 1 1 po, fkt St j-rtBal Vk SS t itt t-e htrn't-i' wrij-'-t tk 1e -iar re t ! H br. Aa j.."1f Vti-iw-Mi H. 4 i"f 4 " t S" ewa ottiW the itsra s-r. t h fr.V r, rr j !at nre-i fr-'-a Ti rr t II a fc-i! n--i -i-ri- as m m I m m m n i m E m m m m m m m m m 6 Hart Clothes Are Made to Fit Fitting you perfectly in ready clothes is a service-feature of this store. Were able to do this without possibility of failure because we carry Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes The Suits and Overcoats made by this great firm come to us in such a variety of sizes that any man can be perfectly fitted The old idea, that you have to have a "regular" figure to enjoy the advantage of ready clothes is gone. These lall buits provide for every kind of a figure. For S25 you can get something exceptional; in patterns, materials, and des'gn. Moore & Owens Barres Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street Barre, Vermont m m Oil m p m m m compared ith forty-f iht hours a(r. AerordinR to F.dard A. La Hart, an official of Morria 4 Co., th utrador'. nary drop in aluea ia largely th wault of ths intrferenc of lireat I!ritam with the mmmiw vt thf t'nitod States with neutral Furopran countriea. 1 though the over supply of h(:a and th uniiaual rmp rnditiona thia year have cut considerable f(rur. Mr. !rt rraterday said: "1 hf fact aa pinted out vrri K - nx'l.n that uii!ea aoin ai.ftcin m m taken ly tl l'n tl States thf lie to,k busineaa of this cnintry would ia a Urg measure ft to ruin. The breaks ia price are only a forerunner of what esa naturally be etpected." Worms Sap Children's Health lOthrra rfu-a wtmirr wkr k"r rhl rrr4 silt karar. ta a rmA asmWr thm trcwbla ta- ! of nmrtrm mm IVrs rtonsri mrvrr Hm air aWanark. v4tmim fcewth, kmrrf b4 full kvtlr k rraawsl rrit inra anS (aatna aarat th Uvci rW fae a Ia4 taut. mm kwarr aM a)ll, tttriife Tmtr Msrt ayrlMl, Hrtlne the w. Itrhtne af tW nriM M afrr cxwraj. r in tha Mk, lifW r4 potnu srtir aart HI Srwimx aaarta 4urin al alnar fvr. Vt. Twi r;.ir. tK Sa ara' ttam UH (net, Lasaiti sn4 Sinn f i'h-r. aril) m- j taw naa aiM rr-Urrr ih ritm anS virw tMt h vrt 11 hmtUm as a Str. II a at al ir AH-w f- . Wassat. SxtAjt DON'T BE A BEAR The indixr months will kkh le here. Why leave Tour home a plx:r.y . a larars den, when fre?h 'Wall Taper. Taint and Varnish will make it bright zrA checrv? New Wall Taper j-?t in in Handle Ixt. A. V. BECKLEY Thr-e ZW Copyright liartSchaffner k Marx Schaffner & ONE MILLION FOR START ON ADVISORY HOARD LABORATORY This WiU B Iacludd ia Wary Esti mates DfefiM Measures ia War Department Items. Wsahinirt.m. Oct. 22. Th navr eati- .... ...... .-...J -t-r ill in- is, rlude tl,f"UsiO for a atart on the -V iHSi.faai laWatory for the navy adwaoiy board IwaJed by Thomas A. K lion. Tle war detriment eatimalea ill include an a!rofiatio for fottiftestions at San Pedro. U here 1 inh puns lie mounted. Addition to the !an Franciaco d f-nea with 1 inrh puna to command tl, harir and a wide rea h of t ie eoat line to north and south aleo will be ro ofced to t'onpreaa. (ti er dften-a ot t -e .ame rhara1-r wi'l he j-ropoard tor lu- t aound. IVmorratie llouae ba lera are .:amii,ff f.lsna for an rarlr (vacua t rofiaolidste the majority of the ret -I b fit's f.lana. The eatera are tkin into conaidTBl'on tat tlw r ma jority ia murk reduced t i tf Ut eKn'a sumlrr" r;t they etfe. au foit irtin the otbet aitie. CHAKLT05 TEKD1CT S005. Officials BbeT He Farther tHUy Wi Be TersEitted. Cvmn. ItaW, kt. Si - V"rT tbatl tna'a Hiw-f !.!.!. Wi"li ri-"r4i. wt f hnmm l'Stea t ' 'a era trial was wtwrvfted Tue4ar, a BK4.-fvt.ir.yl a ?:! to be w tnu k irn ,r,f.1 tlit It 8 lll"e-1 fTtarBi tKt ,i 1 be rttrt the b-ar.nff t reomfd t-'dat. la arr ei,t. It a AIo ft. me pr- i bargains 4I Main Ftmi M believed, no further delay will be per mitted. Officials look for a verdict some time aet we-h. (Iiarlton was reported by prison at tendants as in a highly nrrvoua condi OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOJ o ANDES RANGES Arc made in a great variety of styles and sizes and at prices to suit. They are at tractive in design, first class in quality and will give perfect satisfaction in operation. Gas combinations for all styles. roR E. A. Prindle & Co. Buzzcll Block, Barre, Vt. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .SAVK "MONEY ly h'sylrg j-oar At3 f-Utt anJ n&rgf, Stw Tip. D tr, Darprr. Cl ar.J Sclera. CkAhn r A W'nr z'TK Wfhlr g Mft:r.e ar)d r.krs Act-5 S&i lrras. O.I I!str for tC.e cr rrr.t. 1 m EH m m & m arx m m as is. 21 tw m 21 tion. Ha will not be questioned in cidentally, and it waa hoped he would pet throuRh the ret of trial without a rami let breakdown, which was feared Tuesday. sale ar H A. TIUNDLE & CO. r.B7Ja ISfik, rvarl Stmt, Harre. L m m SI