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THE BAItRK DAILY TIMES, UAUUE, VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMUEll 5, . 1015.
TAX ON WAR MUNITIONS Plan Now Being Considered by the Democrats FIGURES SHOW VAST INCREASE Belief That Such a System Would Be Popular with Public YOUR BILIOUSNESS and combination, headncho. drowsl riess, coated toriffue, bad breath, bad tute In the mouth, o n tc-lcly disappear if you tnk Hood's I'llls. Many aay these pill act better on the liver and bowel than anything ele. ' Do not rrlpe, 2.r.c, of drtiKKlsts or by mall of u. i. iiooa Co., Lowell, as. CLEARY CAUGHT IN WASHINGTON Former Town Clerk, Acquitted of Mur dcrlng His Son-ln-Law, Arrested on Charge of $10,000 Larceny. Washington, Xov. 15. William Cleary former town clerk of Jlaverstraw, N. x aequitted last January of the murder of lug son-in-law, Juigene JM. JScwman, aft er a sensational .trial, was ar rented here yesterday on a warrant charprinff larceny of $10,000 from the town of llaverstraw, Cleary has been misaimj from Haver- straw since an investigation of the man ner in which liiB murder trial was con ducted disclosed alleged irregularities in Washington, Nov. 3. Special war rcve- his office. Mo was arrested by John Me nus tax measure on munitions of war is Oullagli, former chief of police of New the latest of some Demo- York, cratio members of Congress who aro!a cllase which bp)ran af)t March ftn(1 tooJt seeking for popular ways and means of . his pursuers to Bermuda, Cuba, Califor raising money with which to run the ' federal government and pay for the ad ministration's programme of prepared ness. Figures available here from official ; sources reveal to a certain extent the possibilities of financial aid to be gained by this system. For example, whereas dur nia, and many cities in the United States. Three months ago Cleary returned to New York City from the far West for a few days and before his movements there could be traced he again disap peared. He spent several weeks in JIo boken, but eluded detectives there and finally was located here Wednesday night. Cleary had been to a race track, and when he met his wife and a friend at ing August, 1014, the value of cartridges the railroad station Wednesday night the exported from the United States was , j i J BPart"7't w"e '. . . . ... , , Cleary had lived for two months. The $154,080, in August, 1915, tins sum had watclicd t,,e hou8e all night ,nd increased to $2,284,540. Gunpowder to i early yesterday when Cleary and his the value of $16,821 was exported during wife went again to the station to leave Aiieust. 1014. and In August of the cur-!town be was arrested. Cleary consented . . ' , , ..,. ., i to return to New York without extradi rem year reaciieu woio,.! . wwiw : tion proc.edings, and left Washingtoi explosives" exported in August, 1914,1 a prisoner at noon yesterday to be turned were vaiuea ar, zo,.mo, ana in Augnsi, over to the sheriff of Kockland county, inti il . t 1. J 11 d"-nun ... " lino, iiivy iuuniu j.irui.iu'uii.y me ri,in,v,,- 000 mark. Firearms to the value of $208,644 were exported to belligerents in August, 1014, and by January, 1015, this item had grown to $2,156,757. The government figures show that since August, 1014, the United States lias ex ported cartridges to the total value of $23,000,000, gunpowder to the total value of $14,052iB01, "other explosives" to the value of $34,000,000 and firearms to the amount of $11,800,000. The plan which is being considered here is to tax these articles heavily. Ruch a tax,' it is stated, would be easy to collect because shipments of muni tions of war would be cleared at customs ports and would be recorded, further more, in ships' papers. ' GEN. FUNSTON MEETS .VILLA 25 CENTS DESTROYS YOUR DANDRUFF AND STOPS FALLING HAIR He Reports Mexico's Atti tude Toward the United States Is Satisfactory STORY OF BATTLE , OF AGUA PRIETA Villa's Conduct Under Shell Fire Was Excellent Save Your Hair! Maks It Thick, Wavy nd Beautiful Try This! Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp i of dandruff that awful scurf. There is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its luster, its strength and its very lifej eventually producing a fevenshnees and itching of the scalp, which if not reme died causes the hair roots to shrink, loos en and die then the hair falls out fast. A little Paudcrina to-night now any time will surely save your hair. Oct a 25-eent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and after tlio first application your hair will take on that life, luter and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance, an incom- Washington, Nov. 5. Carranza troops I parable gloss and softness; but what will were the main offenders in firms across please you most will be after just a' the border in the battle at Agua Prieta', few weeks' use, when you will actually according to a report from Major-General , sec a lot of fine, downy hair new hair Funston received yesterday at the war 'growing all over the scalp. Adv. department. The general says both'.. '. - . LADIES! SECRET TO DARKEN GRAY HAIR Bring Back Its Color and Luster with Grandma's Sage Tea Recipa Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol add ed, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dsrk and luxuriant; re move every bit of dandruff, stop scalp itching and falling hair. Mixing the sago tea ami sulphur recipe at home, though, is troublesome. An eatiier way is to get the ready-to-ute tonic, coot ing about f0 rents a large bottle, at drug stores, known 'as "Wyeth's Sag and Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wixpy, gray, faded hair is not inful, we all desire to retain our youth ful appearance and attractivene. py darkening your hair with Wyrth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it ' does it so naturally, so evenly. You Just dampen a sponge or soft bn'mh with it and draw this through your taking one small otrand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared. After another application or two, your hair become beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant, and you appear year younger. Adv. WOULD FREE RE CRUITS FROM RENT AND INSURANCE British Member of Parliament Proposes All Fixed Expenses Be Suspended of Men Who Join the Army. London, .Nov. o.Ihe suggestion was made in the House of Commons yester day by Sir Alfred Mond that legisla war payment of rent, insurance premi- warn payment of rent, insurance premi urns, interest on mortgages and similar fixed obligations of men who Join the army. Sir Alfred, whose suggestion was received with favor, said these charges were like millstones around the necks of army men who, except for them, would be glad to enlist. Premier Asquith said the government fully recognized the Importance of the problem, and promised to consider the suggestion carefully. HAPPY FATHER FOR THIRTY-FIRST TIME Yuan-Shi-Kai, President of China, Yes terday Added to His Collection His Sixteenth Son. Pekln, Nov. 5. The 16th son of Presi dent Yuan-Shi-Kai was born yesterday. 1 lie president now lias 31 children. CANADA PAYS $1,000 A MAN. WAITT iA t anajn '"U and Exquisite BLACKST0NE OCCMT Statement on War Cost Issued by the Government. Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 8. The follow ing statement of the expenditures on hair, ; account of the war has been issued by the Canadian government: "Canada's war expenditure for next year will be very large. About $l,0(H) per man is calculated as the rout of raining, equipping and maintaining our troop under arms in Canada, la this war the estimate probably will be ex cwded on account of tlic enormous ex penditure of ammunition and the heavy strain upon artillery and rides. "Canada's war expenditures next year on the basis of a force- of E.vyxKi men will aggregate from $.'no,(KHi,(Sio to t2.VI.IHM l,i ss). The interest charges in connection with this and pst war x penditures will amount to over $15,' (sm.(siO a year." Calles and Villa did all they could to prevent injury to American lives and property. "I could not in fairness have opened fire on Villa without treating Calles the same," he added. General Funston s report, dated Wednes day night, described conditions as satis factory, and added: "I consider the im mediate danger passed. It describes a conference between himself and Villa at the border, of which General Funston says: "His (villas) attitude was quite sat isfactory." General Funston reported that the whereabouts of Villa and his main force was not definitely known W ednesday night, although it was rumored he was at Cabullona, 18 miles south of Agua Prieta, recuperating his men for another attack. A few of his men and some of his baggage train have reached Naco, Sonora. American patrols also reported a camp of about 4,000 men opposite Os borne, Ari. Funston estimated Villa's entire force at about 12,000,' with 38 pieces of field artillery and a large num ber of machine guns. Contrary to usual Mexican custom, General Funston said, v ilia had left all the women and chil dren and camp followers of his army at Casas Grandes and bad with him nothing but fighting men, who displayed excel lent spirit throughout the flgiit. THREE PROPOSE TO MAN 78. WHITLOCK IS ILL, BUT RECALL RUMORS PERSIST German Disfavor Over the Cavell Case Behind Homecoming. Washington, jov, o. I he official ex planation that American Minister Brand W hit lock of .Belgium is returning on two months' leave because of ill health was generally accepted here yesterday. Rumors persisted, however, that Whit- lock's request for a vacation was in volved with popular German disfavor over nis conduct of the case of Judith Cavell. Bearing out the official explanation, state department, officials pointed out thst Mr. Whitlork was confined to his bed and was too ill to concede the Cavell negotiations, Secretary Hugh Gibson of the American legation acting. That Mr. Whitlock has been on the verge of a nervous and physical col lapse was reported. He is expected to make a personal report on the ( avell ncident and other matters in Belgium to Secretary Lansing before going to his home at Toledo. Almshouse Inmate, Suddenly Rich, Re jected All of Them. South Norwalk, Conn., Nov. 5. Three ; proposals were yesterday , received by j Giles Gregory, widower, 78 years old, i who for the past two years lias been ! an inmate of the city almshouse and I who has suddenly become wealthy, be ing one of the two heirs of Henry Green, whoso estate amounts to $150,000. Jessie Belle of Tiffin, O., wants to marry Gregory. "I love old' men and I am sure that I could make things pleas ant for you," she wrote to Mr. Gregory, Mrs. ' Catherine Green of Columbus, O., would marry Gregory, but her ' letter asks that she at least be remembered in his will. " I have east aside my pride and am now depending upon my nerve," was her explanation for writing. A Philadelphia woman writes that she is tired of meeting her husband and ' his paramour day after day, and wants to leave Philadelphia and join Mr. Greg- j ory in his new life. (iregory, however, says: " "I have been twice married and I am well enough satisfied. None of them have a chauc with me now," Railroad TO PAY BACK IN BLOOD. Has Movies Men's Romance Distanced. FREIGHT TRAFFIC GAINS. Steady Growth in Grain and Ore Move ment from the West. Chocago, Nov. 4. A general increase freight traffic on wetrrn railroads for October indicates an advanced pronper ity for the nation, according to railroad iatialvsis of the Weat, in addition to a tesdy growth in gTain movement that sent records from the Wet and North west well ahead of October, 1914, the general traffic movement for the month was excellent. Oie shipments from the Wat wire heavy and the freight move ment from est to weM hiefly manu factured (foodshod a big increase for the month. Much of the traffic was of the long nsu! cIbm, as indicated ty a comparison of car movement records. Chicago, Nov. 6. Cus Born, engineer of a fast western mail train out of Chi cago yesterday was to psy back a quart of blood, loaned hirn recently by Gt-orgo Iiavenport, head switchman in a local yard, and Horn's rival for the hand of pretty Essie Kneer. tour weeks ago fiorn was taken ill. The physician said only blood trans fusion would save him. They adver tised. A big hulk of a man, juot the kind they wanted, applied, faying lis would accept no pay. The man was Davenport. The quart of blood was drawn from Davenport and sent Into Born's veins. The latter recovered. Saturday Davenport's leg was crushed. He lost much blood. The physicians de cided there must be blood transfusion to save Davenport's life. Thev adver- j tised. Late Wednesday night Born of fered himself. "I wUh some one would help me find out which one I reslly love," said the girl yefterday, when she heard of Born's offer. GREEK KING MUST DECIDE. May AH Ready for Another Special 1 Jot of Hox Taper, rctrular value 15c box ; 1 Jot of Jap Cup and Saucer, 25c value; 1 lot of Dinner Ware rangirx in pricen from 20 to 40c; our Ff?ci& for Saturday onlv. each 10c Alo a lot of other lig bargain in every department 1 lot of 19c Uox Paper at, per box, loc or 2 for 25c.. 1 lot of Shelf Paper, a1.! colors, at, per pVT. ' If 1 l't of Heavy Tumbler. jut the kind for children to ue; regular value 40c and 45c per dozen; ;ecial, per dozen 2?c A few more (f the Etrhed Tumbler left at, dot...4?c 1 I t of N. X. Win d " Hart P.ot. re rular value 10c tkch ; vuT f.-f-eial at Tc. 4 for 25c 1 1-4 rf Paul Ir.V, regular valje 5c. 20c. r. sr.d ,Vc a bottle; our special, ptr U tile -V, Kc, 15c, and 25c AH Perry China at a b p ctit. Sow is the time to rt yoyr Cbntma rrecr.t at half the rrr-r price. Kep yjr rye ?i r, taken for rr,a.?h all Not Interpret Vote at Demand for War. Washington, Xov. 3. It was pointed out by officers of the Greek legation here yesterday thst King Conntantine tnurt decide whether the overthrow of the Zaimis cabinet reflects the aenti ment of the country as favoring war. 1 he genrrsl llicf here vtaa tint the Greek king would not put such a con struction on the vote in Parliament which forced Zuimis out, at hart for the present. FCXEBAL OF HERMAN BIDDER. Vetmpnt Forestry Department Offers' Priie to Lumbering Company. j In Older to reduce the danger of fire' after lumUring, the eiiuont foretry department i introducing a novel tncth jod. In New York there is a law requir ing all lumberm-n to lop th. l.mn, ). from trees whin cut so thst tiny will feai h the ground and p ed!y decay. tTisre is no su. b law in t-rmunt and it 'it the practice among our lumbermen t 113 "" ,T" 'T '- la a t II er..iii,l -tA B tt 1. ataa.li in Rer. Gecrrs Winkler, LcB-Tim Friend, . ,,r ,!lJlt t ,,, ,.m,., ,-,.rT Celebrates High Mass. i.lrv and is a!m...t suie in turn in time. New York. Xov. 5, The funersl .f Herman IliJler. puWiher of the Xew Yorker Staatz Zcitung. wss hell yetrr day in the Church f the J'lenW facre meiit, in tie r-rnM-nce of naty former asaociate sn.l frienti. Ue. 'ather Hotjje WmkUf f hrrrr, pa- ly booii friend of Mr. toiler, celehratH requiem Vigh tn and I ariinul I srley took i-art in the eeiemnnie. Tle liaWs' Amk t C.f Xew otk Cttv (sett m Mr. l;.ilr' relative a re.,!n. !tin ing tr,tute to memorr, hi ter, integrity and t.j'ripl.t life." t uinJow a ff,r special. Orders D.r.r Set. point I umlx-rnien are int. rc.le 1 in protoct- tee t!ir ttei ot or,i (rom lire, Irtit rule seem to care little what hajpn i Unir land ttur fittrnjr. 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