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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, lJAHHE, VT., FRIDAY, NOVKMHKK 5, 1013.
COULD NOT STAND ON FEET Mrs. Baker So Weak Could Not Do Her Work Found Relief In Novel Way. Adrian, Mich. " I Buffered terribly With female weakness and backache and I got ao weak that I could hardly do my work. When I washed my dishes I had to sit down and when I would sweep the floor I would get so weak that I would have to get a drink every few minutes, and before I did my dusting I would have to lie down. I got ' so poorly that my folks thought I was going into consumption. One day I found a piece of paper blowing around the yard and I picked it up and read it It said 'Saved from the Grave,' and told what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound has done for women. I showed it to my husband and he said, 4 Why don't you try it ? So I did, and after I had taken two bottles I felt better and I said to my husband, 'I don't need any more, and he said " You naa better take it a little longer anyway.' Sol took it for three months and got well and strong." Mrs. Alonzo E. Baker, 9 Tecumseh St, Adrian, Mich. Not Well Enough to Work. In these words is hidden the tragedy of many a woman, housekeeper or wage earner who supports herself and is often helping to support a family, on meagre wages. Whether in house, office, fac tory, shop, store or kitchen, woman should remember that there is one tried and true remedy for the ills to which all women are prone, and that is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It promotes that vigor which makes work easy. The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. ' . WRANGLES IN COURT Counsel for .the Defense in the New Haven Case En ter Some Objections GOVERNMENT IS SUSTAINED More Correspondence Relat ing to Past "Deals" Is Read to the Jury KILLS WIFE AND SON; SLASHES BABY, THEN ENDS HIS LIFE Double Murder Ends Mother's Desperate Battle to Save Her Child's Life Infant Probably Will Re cover. New York, Nov. 5. Crazed with do epair because of his wretched physical condition, Edward McManus, 31, early yesterday killed hit) wife, Gertrude, 31, and hia son, William, 4, by cutting their throats with a razor. He then killed him self by the same method after slashing Ins 2-month-old daughter, liertrude Jlary The infant was only slightly wounded about the throat and will recover. Mrs. McManus fled down the stairway of the Morton apartment on Washington Heights to her brother-in-law's apart ment on the floor below. McManus fol lowed, slashing at her throat until she dropped unconscious just ineuie the door' wav. In the struggle in the stairway Mc Manus had wrested the 4-year-old boy from his mother's arms. He harked tlie boy's throat while the child was on his knees in the hallway shrieking in fright. Then McManus ran bade to lus apart ment, slashed wildly at the sleeping form In the babys crib and cut bis own throat. McManua was dismissed from a hos pital a few days ago after two operations. KING GEORGE BETTER YESTERDAY. Can Move More Freely, Though He Again Slept Poorly. London, Nov. 6. King George again passed a somewhat disturbed nigit on Wednesday, but was better Thursday morning, his physicians announced. His Majesty was able to move, they added, with less discomfort from the bruises suffered in his recent accident in France. Prescribed by doctors r twenty years with Resinol NO matter hrw Imf yoa htrf been tortured and dishrured hy itchine, bnrronr, riw tr n aly skn tumors, just jsui a little of that ing, antiseptic K nirrA O.ntraertf ci the - and the ouflermf at'-pa lU'ht there I Healing befina that f rj tn.nme, and in alrrvjot every case four ak;n rets wtll jvuc;y, ess.'y and at Im.e am. 0imi 4 '4 h, a 14 frwarwm tm New York, Nov. 3. Another wrangle as to whether the government should be required to call Percy R. Todd, former vice president of the New Yolk, New Haven & Hartford railway, marked the ntion Yesterday . of the trial of the 11 present and former directors of the road under the .Sherman anti-trust law. The government announced AVednes day that it would not call Mr. Todd to identify . letters he had written as it did not - care "to underwrite" him as a witness. Counsel said they desired to prove only the authenticity of the let ters, which would be done by another witness. ' Attorneys for the defense protested yesterday that Mr. Todd should be re quired to appear' as the identifying wit ness so that they might cross exiimme him on the contents of the letters. "We do not care to prove our case by a co-conspirator," Baid R. L. Butts of counsel for the government. Judge Hunt ruled in favor of the gov ernment. James W. Osborne, another government attorney then resumed the reading of letters from the files of the Kew Haven, through which it hopes to prove that the road crushed out the competition of the Joy .Steamship line. A letter from K. T. Huskins, general traflic manager of the Metropolitan JSteamship company, to Mr. Todd, in June, 19ol, said he had informed a friend of his in reference to the Joy line inter ests that "their hides would be taken off and laid out on the Long lslund shore to dry, to be a warning that future enterprises of this kind might be avoid ed. It looks to. me as though they were getting pretty tired. They are tired of losing; you are hitting them hard on this Providence business." Attorneys for the defense protested that the letter was not relevant as the Metropolitan Steamship company was then an independent line. Judge Hunt declined to entertain the objection, on the ground that the letter was an answer to a request from Todd for information. The letter further spoke or tne joy line s poor financial condition at this time. In Julv Haskins wrote to Todd sue gesting that he issue an annual pass on the New Haven to taptain iiorauo nun of the Dominion line for refusing to charter a steamboat of that line to the Jov line. This, according to another letter, was done. Letters were read in relation to at tempts of the Joy line to lease steam ers from the riorum bast toast nan way company and John M. Hall, then president of the New Haven, wrote to William Rockefeller asking mm to take . i no tne matter witn nenry ji. i-uigur, owner of the Honda hast I oast. Hall stated that he did not believe Flagler would care to have his company h-ae its bouts to the Joy line in opposition to the New Haven. The letter was re ferred to Flagler and Flagler replied thut he had officially retired from the Flori da East Coast, J. R. Tarrott succeeding him as president, but Flagler said lie s-ould be very glad to do what he could. Later Parrott assured Hall that not ti ng would be done to interfere with New Haven interests, especially w litre Hall was personally affected. The Joy line, the correspondence seemed to show, tas also blocked in an attempt to lease i steamer from the Long lUnd Rail road company. Captain lyT, who owned a ngnter, n-d to keep it idle it appeared. An other letter suggested that sugar would I carried for the American Sugar Ke fining company for nothing rather than permit the Joy line to have the business. A BIG GUN. Eetler Ttza ScH Cellars eI Fifty Cenls I five ytrjt vr rtwni eltd and rrps.ffd nowr while the euson is yourX Lrr we wi "J he fiJ cd to t1 e 1irr.it. I. STEKOLCHICK United States Has Largest of Class ia World. tt'atertown, Mass.. Nov. 8. A 1 in. h gun, asil to W tne isrgesi oi us nas in jCol n a . py "Wrcy i . ) 1 Jiik. - ll1 ' i 3" c MOR MADE LOTHE (Union Made) "Tommy Atkins" a smart member of Morse-Made, the only high grade line of ready-to-wear clothing in the country that bears the UNION LABEL j N overcoat, no matter -Ol what its style, and ap pearance, is only as good as the fabric and workmanship employed in its making. In the Leopold Morse Company's big workrooms in Boston is a separate room where overcoat fabrics from the open woolen m?ket are thoroughly tested as to fibre, color and strength. And there is a separate department for cut ting, for stitching, for lining; in fact, for high grade overcoat making all the way throughwith the result that a Morse-Made overcoat is a distinctly superior garment. 'Tommy Atkins," a smart new "button through" box model for young men, is a true Morse product. Through and through a substantial garment, Morsd tailored from highest grade foreign and American fabrics, it bespeaks plainly QUALITY. And it expresses Quality, too, in its appear ance. Attractive pattern, broad lapel, patch pockets, smart set-in sleeves, English cuffs and full roomy back give it all the life and "pep" the young man likes. Let us show you "Tommy Atkins today-$15, $20. $25 Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street - Telephone 66-W Barre, Vermont CHICAGO TO HAVE 20,000 CITIZEN POLICE One Citiiea in Each City Block to Assist ia tee Police and Health ( SUIUECT OF THE KAISER'S TALK WITH GERARD NOT KNOWN SEAMAN'S LAW AT SEA. Not, Howerer, Uader Tall Sail; Sotn Modifications. Washington. Xo. ft. The new so man's law rriiUtmjf conditions f -r-ice on all Amerkaa mrrt hsnt rals the world, which the I nit.d Mst arse- Departments. R Information ea This, Saya almiu4 to rrpsiry unner tne i.t- . hs. l. mmntinir fr several , t. ...... IW1, r., , eii registry art as eff-t yt.-r- mwlhs. irft v.strr.lsv on a tra.a ..f '' P. " day. r.ar c, sr,ir'in ii..s.., specially rontr,..ti cr. for tW rrvi., i..rr ... ,,.,.,; (hr , ir,V., , Sa, , ill,. V. V.. f 'rr. that the law we..l .f- ra i n.-.l, !to -of.jTst witli tl.e"Jle i .srtmriit. ' . . . - Jr nUedulrs f mw1 due t Utv ntimat.Ir .tw.llWuiath.r.na.l't anno.in. y.-trrd.y. Jt is ro-jNov. 5.-.rK,. ,,,..,! ..r-n. - ywWa.y were d,.,.lM hr a. ma canal fcVtifitins. trdTs ww is-1 f""l tn M-1.-.1 imr itiwi in es. h ity Jrnine the ntir. of th itit.fvi-w he- )f(j. jgroj i,r Artinj Serr1ary 1 bar- .u.d tr V IWwtoii k Maine railroad to '1'" a citia wh.ma. ,te.n l wi"r Willism aad tHe Am.-ri- man f t d'prtmnt of P'wmrnt. Uvf all l'Hs in the Hsc tnnnel r-l Tl. wosrment, wl.i.h was laun hed(B ,mt-1.v,j.l .Un-s W. rt-r.rd, are This wd.-r pwi.les that srwwls wbi tinpiiahrd wlule tl train wa. t.inff , H Hneil.y i'M it a m-t.rp ,.f , r fh ,n?.l,.,ri vJ K.d a a h. Rd efl.rt U eon-r y ,-su.mjr a .Wt eiiruit l-y the , t he afT"".! '"P ut,'CI M "T, I f,..i,. 1. " Mr. ..f.r4 states that he nss i.1 mi h s l-f sni.nml i mirri. inr l iiinn imh The piin was t at the foreran nt arwnsl at Water. l-t, V. V. RUSSIAN WOULD RE MORE FRIENDLY I he litin-n 1 H-!-1 ttti mavfir. aatiwrinng at-ls S!r-d ly the tlem ti rMni-rs(e ith t'e H-li.-e and Ixsith o jsrtmnt t limine t r? iw sj-t. and in k" p irif ttte i If in a sanitary itilit. ms'ie jit4n tin itiliTnmt Mn in retard n the !-ws le .i. u-d With l!e em- Meetiaf re'rerad to Cma'e Bettet VeUtjans wisfc America lrt a Sarcf-sa. I'.'t - 1 ft The f.rt fih'ie' "l.rif '4 the tut MKlr f yin4- tif icutasl (riewl'y rUtflM lnew : gnus and amf-r-. m .rr I 11 U-r l5l Hi l.e5j the' 1 et n( was brii - A-d. en t'-e r-jr rni heij ww m4 The re nrk i4 1. Jr I'.) X. V'-1"'. f"fewr M;m KsW at. U I.-1 his t.mr Il'ik r i4 ..- e- r w The tred ' t'- nmtli to t tit 4nee e a hie i -t -'-st u.'. --r.- ,-. h if l we t4 he eWTw f-e, s4 1' st I rnt4 J- -f "ie a vn'r f A -- 4 r"''v a W"h5 t t'e sMj t tir !' l-r M. V-ri l-f t!t k - f-wt rd 1mf ! ;tni'V the .- t't ',""! . . the asesj -!?-;;- r it ; it e'-d. point X lie alluwed to ilesr lerite their insbil itr to aertire n rw in stri'-t a.-dn with t!e mi. I The firtnisK-n of the new law itl tn-t !l ar i lM shW to fi-ri iiTi ve Is ndm.t- 'ted to refistrr un-ler tiie rer1tt freiew DEMOCRATS WEAKER IJf HOUSE, r-ftry 'vntil Sr,t. 4. IPi. 1 he law i"?ar it is ajf.lH-sWe to W- Will Ha a Verk.Ej Majority af fcat ..-n eels will he ef tie as t trestr Tety Five. ,iiatmti em -My I. lfl. and as to ther 'nitnm tm Mikrih 4. 1 1 . . Jh nrTSt Investigation Proves &fd TRerWbac k on the blood. Take no chance, with nou. Llneaa? Keep your bowels free, and the bile reflated with CHART S PELLS w-Mch rrwiptly and subtly relieve constipatioalnl:stioabi!Kusne . and ank hradache. They are compounded from drupa of e selahle rritcm-harmless and twit habit f.irmjriK. The exprrirnre cf three grncratKmi ahow that IVrcKara'i 1'ilif prev-ent disease and are A Great Aid to Health - - A -mI m!m lo rww writk SU by srirli trfk1 thw nrswW. la Wwnea. 10 2Se. rassr. I it "Velctty fWy NO GRIT" tbrrr rr fit dm tp in f trims Guta Ty- prmt rf .'t bs.e a 2" in the w . t ll-'e a'-""firs t e'n l.U'le Tetr ffi lnniit'i elelifm. It inr t'"' had ws!r 1 VI. The T w Hnttae . I l"e rp a f'h.: Ihm.nK. !": .1,e-se. fr-r -.,. C . tf" 't1 ; .e-'sl-M. I. d ""' 1 et. A Ost. Tie r;i !-l S- - t.d the IViMk .. 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TnEASUKLR. rr if f(r thurrh ! drp th-m into the cor.tnKtion lcx nd bw they umu'ite. , The Ct ? cf GOOD CHEER IS FRTiR'S KEVEP.E HOWARD W. MnRR COtTEE (XU rtn. 0.ir On Sale al Eastman Brothers' Store 2 :j 4 a "3 a