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THE J3AHUE DAILY TIMES, I1AHHE, VT., SATURDAY, 7 NOVEMHKIt 0, 1915.
THE GERMAN PROPAGANDA Agents Planned Base Here . for, Kaisers bub- rnersibles OBJECT TO CRIPPLE MUNITION SHIPMENTS To Buy Ships in Which to Send Supplies to Germany New York, Nov. 0. A submarine base for German undersea boats either in Mex ico or in the West Indies, the buying of ships in the name of German-Americans to send supplies to iScamlinaviu for Ger many and the pnrchnse of large amounts of chemicals and acids for explosives are amomr the plans involved in the plot of German agents to" cripple the entente al lies, federal authorities now suspect, says The Sun, The activities of Robert Fay and others, now under arrest charged with conspiring to blow up munition ships, are only a part of a much , deeper and broader scheme to harass enemies of Germany. The investigation of the federal grand jury, now hearing witnesses against the j former lieutenant in the Uerman army, Is planned to cover a field in which the alleged Fay plot is only a small part. The federal authorities are investigat; ing the uses to which $35,000,000 or more obtained from the sale of German war bonds is being put in this country. It is said that none of the money ever was sent to Germany, though friends of the German government insist that the funds were transmitted by wireless. Significant of this broad inquiry is the wording of a book which has come into the possession of United States Attorney H. Snowden Marshall and which purports to be a translation of "The War Book of the German General Staff." An ex cerpt follows: Bribery of the enemy's subjects with the object pf obtaining military advan tages, acceptances of offers of treachery, reception of deserters, utilization of the discontented elements in the population, support of pretenders and the like are permissible; indeed, international law is in no way opposed to the exploitation of the crimes of third parties (assassina tions, incendiarisms, robbery and the like) to the prejudice of the enemy. Considerations of chivalry, generosity and honor may denounce in such canes a hasty and unsparing exploitation of such advantages as indecent and dishonorable, but law, which is less touchy, allows it. The ugly and inherently immoral aspect of such methods cannot affect the recogni tion of their lawfulness. The necessary aim of war gives the belligerent the rllit, and imposes on him, according to circumstances, the duty not to let slip the important, it mav be decisive, mill tary advantages to be gained by auch means. DO YOU SUFFER FROM BACKACHE? , When your kidneys are weak and torpid they do not properly perform their functions: vonr back aches and you do not feel like doing much of any thing. You are likely to ho dcspomlcn and to borrow trouble, just as if you hadn't enouch already. Don t be a vie tint any lonuer. The old reliable medicine, Hood's Sar saparilla. gives strength and tone to the kidneys and builds up the whole system. Hood's Sarsaparilla 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 ingredients. Accept no Substitute, but insist on having Hood's, and get it to day. Adv. KITCHENER HAS NOT RESIGNED, AND WON'T Official Denial Made of a Report Corcu lated in London Earl to Join the New Cabinet. London, v. 0. Official denial was made yesterday of a report" that Earl Kitchener, secretary of war,, had re signed. The announcement follows: "During Lord Kitchener's temporary absence on public duty the prime min ister is carrying on the work at the war office. There is no truth in the state ment that Lord Kitchener- has resigned." Earl Kitchener was in London last week at the time of General Joffre's vis it to England. Since then .no report has been received concerning his absence from .the war office until yesterday. There has been no intimation that he might resign. In fact, the war secre tary, according to the general under standing in London is to" be made a member of the small cabinet committee which is to be charged with direction of the war. VILLA AFTER MEXICO CITY SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES TIMES AND PLACED OF WORSHIP AND SUB JECTS QT 8ERMONS This Indicated by State De partment Despatches ' Received GOES TO GUAYMAS Americans Reported Killed . Are Alive and Held . , by Villa Swedish Mi8aion on Brook Street Sun day school at 10:30 a. ni.j service at 7 p. m. AH welcome. ' Mission Union Sunday School, South Barre Meets Sunday at 3 p. tn. There will be no preaching service. East Barre Congregational Church James Kamage, pastor. Preaching serv ice at 10:30 a. m., followed by commu- f - r. , 1. 1 -A 11. At TOT'I7ITTTT?'D A TtT1 "lon eervice. punuay scnooi a una. , ljKjUr&liA.llLi christian Endeavor service at 7 p..m. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at 7:30. To these services all are wel come. J lie reading room is open juesuay and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. 7 Summer street. a Berlin Congregational Church Frank Blomncld, pastor. 10:45 a. m., first of course of sermons on "The Bible ana Everyday Life" "The Bible on Busi ness." ISunday school at noon, 7:o0 m., young people's meeting. St, John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Websterville W. J. M. Bcattie, rector, Holy communion at 0:18 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 3 o'clock. Sunday school at 2 p. m. Service on Thursday evening at 7 oclock, followed by a re h par sal of the choir. The bishop will CONCEALED JOY LINE PURCHASE 1 So. Former President v the Company .Says of AT THE SUGGESTION OF MELLEN Washington, Nor. 6. Confidential re ports to the war department from official sources in Mexico indicate that General Villa, in his movement to Naco, is carry ing out part of a plan to strike from there through the , interior to the Pa cific coast to capture the port of Guay mas to get a base of supplies and then, visit this parish on Sunday, Nov. 21 airer recouping ni. military strengtn, Salvation Army-Open-air service thi probably move on toward Mexico City, evening at Depot square at 7:30. Free With the statement by Villa that he nd easy meeting iudoors at 8. Sunday to M. r tn Tr,.,uii; services- nummy Bcnooi ui u.w. .wi f nt at Knlid llnrA nh.nn Vnvvil a at 4 1 II! ,, .. I v..i.v., " ' '"v, v v uusy -.BHO,nuiing provisions tor nis men gubject, "The Nearness of Hell." Young Vina verde, the center of interest people's legion meeting at 6:30. Open in the border hostilities between Mexi-a'f service 7:30. Salvation meeting iu n f.t;.. .vittA . o- Aii are invuea 10 anena our serv - " tnvvtVlia J wVa Vi J 1 1 1 1 VV VA I.VS WICF AUSTRIANS IN NEW MOVE TO STOP THE SERBIAN RETREAT Begin Attack Along Western Border of Montenegro, Where Serbs May Seek Refuge. i Berlin, by wireless to Tuckerton, N. J., Nov. 6. A new movement to cut off the retreat of the Serbian army is re ported by the Overseas News agency. The Austrians are Baid to have begun an attack along the western border of Mon tenegro, in which country the Serbian forces are expected to seek refuge. NO NITRATE FOR WAR. SOCIAL SPLIT IN CABINET Every Member, Except Secretary of War Garrison, Attended Banquet Given in Honor of Bryan By Daniels. Washington, Nov. 6. A possible social split in the Wilson cabinet became known yesterday with the news of dinner given Thursday night in Wash ington by Secretary of tlie Navy Dsn iels, in honor of former Secretary of Stat" Bryan. Every member of the cab inet with the exception of the secretary of war, Mr. Garrison, attended the din ner. Speculation is rife here aa to whether the secretary of war was invited, and s to whether, assuming be was invited, he declined because of Mr. Bryan's known opposition to the army program. The incident I ranridered iiiiificar:t here and fraught with the possibility uf Intcreoting development. IT WAS THOROUGH. Testimony for Defense Regarding A4 miral Little's Work. Itofton, Nov. 8. The defense at the tnsl by wiirt martial of P,ear Admiral William N. Little, retired, charged with neglect and carries ntetlmds as an In ftton nflWr. yeaterdar produced -rral witneaae who teti?id repsrdmg the efliiM-ncy of the hatterie in utm rine K-2, the ifie. ground of the com f da int. Former near Admiral F. T. Bowie. Thirty Days Would Use the American Supply. Chicago, Nov. 6. In an address Thurs day to a committee of the American So ciety of Civil Engineers James H. Lewis. state engineer of Oregon, said that in the event of war between the United States and another power, the supply of nitrate available in this country would be exhausted in thirty days and that should the enemy control the seas, the! source of nitrate supply would be entire ly cut oft. Nitrate is essential to the manufacture of explosive. Mr. Lewis said: "The United States is dependent for its nitrate storea on Chile. There is a process for drawing nitrogen from the air by means i.. powerful electric fur naces. Employment of this process is all that has saved Germany from a mu nitions famine in the present war. No plant for using this process on a conimrr cial scale exists in the United States." Mr. I-wi said a $00,lMiO,000 project on the Columbia river, which would sup ply the national demand fc nitrates wai held up solely because of uncertainty as to title t watrrpowrr. "The export duties which we pay Chile for nitrates within a few years would defray the cost of a plant of our own," he said. Waterpower projects, other than those on the Columbia river, are held up by reason of interstate disputes over water control, other members of the committee said. The committee, which will be in esainn for a week, t'lana to consider a law to remedy waterpower condition and also will consider determination of repnibility in preventing pollution of treams by emptying city eewage Into them. F. If. Newell, former director of the United Stat reclamation service, Is chairman of the committee. south. On the roads stretching south nd Houtheast from Naco, Villa said he had 13,000 troops, which he was plan ning to concentrate along the line of march to the southwest metropolis ices. Church of the Good ShepheTdr-W. J. M Beattie, rector. Holy communion and sermon at 10:30. Evening prayer and sermon at 7 o clock, ivery woman the Parish, who is a communicant. In face of Villa's reiterated assurance asked to be at communion to-morrow at 10:30. Confirmation class Friday evening at 7:30. The bishop will confirm a class that no property in the Cananea mining district would be molested, it is reoort- ed that the Cananea Consolidated Copper preach morning and evening on Sun company paid Z5,J00 lor immunity. conflicting reports were received here First Presbyterian Church Edgar i-uuvriuiug luumig uu urairuiuuu ui u Yossland, pastor. Morning service at property in this district. A detach- ho:30i subject of address, "Hesitation in mrm o, tun souier were reported w th Lord's Work." Kunrtur "sehool at Y. : ,1 , i . I - V. - t v n x-: I. I .... . " "; "i . x. u. ii ten- noon. At t ie evening nervlce at 7 o'clock ols, east of here, on the American side of the border. Horses, cattle and house hold articles were taken, it was said. SERIOUSLY AFFECTED BY WAR. the subject of the sermon will be "The Invocation of the Lord's Prayer." Miss Bella Cantley and George Mackay will sing a duet, entitled, "the Jjord is My Light. Thursday at 7:30 p. m. the sub ject of the sermon will be, "The Invio lable Word." Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church E. F. Newell, pastor. Morning worship at 10:30; sermon on, "No Man Cared for Ireland's Work of Spreading Out the Population. Dublin, Nov. 8. Among benevolent ae tivitiea in Ireland Injuriously affected by My Soul." Sunday school at 1 1 : SO ; les the war is the work of the congested n on. "Joash Kepairs the Temple.' I 1 : 1 : i i:... 1 . ... :. t. districts board. Established by Arthur """'"I ""u if NNi nniuTi at i. .. r.iiwiiri.n mi Balfour when chief secretary for Ireland 6. topic x prphet's Great Promise to a quarter of a century ago, it has been out h." Regular evening service at 7; GOSSIP OF WHITLOCK. For Vice President or the Governor of Ohio. The flood of gowip mnreming the re- i turn borne nt lirand W hill'x-k. United stte minit'r of lwlgium, has broncht up ifim the qiieMion whether iee ...i.-t of the lore I.ier .n panr at!'T, , . ' reriommaiea. the time V..e K 2 iu under con.t r i,oW. ,1,lk M nirTM,.t t!,,t Mr. lutlm-k Is stewed ttf wome in-morratic K-aflers wita favor fir the H'BiiBt hw tor vioe pri-ei-ient. (t!ier fsvor bira fi gorerr of Olio. Tie Ut department flatly de hn tht Lie return is tor any other Feteon tltaa (!) Itealth. r that thee is trouble lieiine ) r l"Tt V.tr raw id that the in(etiB noil f Admiral Little w pot tmly very tliorougH, but at time ilmwt sniir.i ii g. Adtntral I.iltle. ra!e) as a itne in ( nil lieli!f, tet;e4 lute yetrrdr trist t!e SLf-tt of the 1 .let trie Ikt m- WHT rsre ,tm a writ tew jTeemfit t make nr'it int Sefecta tvt , v f"fd in t) i.birarine' rtte. 'tn nti tl i f":j;t. e oeiit tl tKfi-'r!... in rwer to a i'et im, lie r?e- elareij he l tw int.ie t 1t the -umet a't a rf iiit K-arrh. war me, esrne4 ,y tHe women bail eev4 tlie total rent ro'i. and wit rf t K-r inf it was Tiott:t,le tn auitierAiia to.li fv-. I. . . ... ' l a i i r, ' t ' "- ' " """'' "".Imr t Uw the land and tr"i'' elH t he. hiw at i t-,1 -rig- tit lmn tnili tary reini ia Iblir'utn to ir.tKinm. fostered by all subsequent governments and hag dope a vast amount of useful service in improving the condition of the people of the West, The peculiarity of these poverty-stricken communities is that the country ia greatly over-populated where the land ia rocky, bad and unproductive, and much under-populated in the immediate neighborhood where there are great tract of grazing land. The board has power to biiv land whether tenanted or untenanted and to distribute it in allotments to the people. They can acquire this land cotnpuUorily where necessary, and under theee pow er have, after a long fight, succeeded in expropriating the Marquis of Clanricarde, whose estate near Loughrea was for a generation one of the hottest of storm centers in the land war. Within the past five years they have bought 672 estates of 1 ,, 783 acre at a total price of over 30,oon,0on, and there is a great deal more land that tliev might usefullv buy and resettle. By direction of the treasury, In consequence of the war. the purchase have naw been suspend ed. They may continue with what mon ey they have but are restrained from any further undertaking till the war is over and poasibly for long afterwards. Tli is interruption of a valuable and vi tal work for the benefit of the poorest part of the Irinh petipl is much regret ted, but eeems to b regarded aa In evitable in the financial circumstance of the time. The board, beside it agricultural work, duea a great deal for the promo tion of cottage industries. This too ha been serioualr hit br the war. last rear attention was railed to a falling eff in the earning of the board la re and crorhet claaaea due partly to the compe tition of AuMria, which bad started to make "Irion lace," and partly to the dullness in the American niarkt-t. T outbreak of the war led to economic in dre. Iee wa a luiurr oannH I v irtg committee, and t!:e worker of the eat euffered for it. The earning of the lace maker, whxh bad t-H rloae on X("t l,Vlf0 a year, fell U 111.- Thirt T three aee rla had t he1 cl.eved down and the earning of tl. CALIFORNIA CRAJsCE CROP SHORT, wnmen em.o)ed eame t aa end. A few . of them bare fcTlonafely been able tn Treia 20 te SO Per Cent Below jrermel obtain esnplnv merit a krittera for the Thi Year i n e--tti w u rii h ii ne vmntrri subject, "Itsly's Great Prophet-Preacher Statesman, Who Built for the Ages. Good music morning and evening. Congregational Church J. W, Barnrtt, pastor. 10:30 a. m., worship and ser mon; subject, "Leaving Out the Biggest Factor in the Problem." 12 m., Sunday school. 3 p. m., the juniors. 7 p. m,, womhip and sermon; subject, "Some In alienable Human Bights Life." This is the first sermon in a series on the general subject. "Some Inalienable Human Bights," and a cordial invitation la ex tended to all who are interested in our great human life, with its complex prob lem. 8 p. m., at the closo of the even ing service. S. Hollister .Tackson will give an organ recital, to which everyone will be welcome. First Baptist Church George IT. Holt. pator. Morning service at li:3i; aub ject of sermon, "Honest Baptist." 12 o'clock, Bible cboolj ubject, "Repair ing the Temple." I o'clock, communion service. 3 o'clock, the junior. Thia is the second week of the journey around the world. At 6 o clock, ( nnetian r.n deavor meeting; subject. "Taeks That Are Waiting for the Chrinlian Church I.tike 4:14 21. Leader. Claude Partri.'ge Kvening service at 7 o'clock subject "Deliverance from Evil." On Thordav evening at 6:45, teacher training clan; 7:30, prayer meeting, UairersalUt Oiurch .lobn B. Beardon mitiioter. Public worhip and anrmon at 0;30; nuWM. -The Find', is of a To lice Court and Some Deductions Draw Therefrom Bible studv at 11:45; sub iect, Taul's Sermon to .Tews." Drro ttonai meeting ol the iminf reople s Christisn union in the vetrv at 7; aub ject. "I'oatoffice M imirn Work The Pow er of the Printed Word." Regular month ly ouoine metirtg of tbe board of trus tee in the etry FriJar evening at 7-30, Fundar morning Prof. W. A Wheaton will play "Intermerro" (f- cagni) and 'To.tt.ide In D" (Pmbr. The iiiartet will mg "Cantate Ilomitvn' rlidly Pik and Tw Unto Me' iXerifit. Itii If. Baine, w i!l sing "The U.t Hope" (Gottaeftalk). New Haven Control Not Change Its Policy Did New York, Nov. 6. Frank M. Dun baugh, former president of the Joy Steamship company, took the witness stand again yesterday at the trial of 11 former directors of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railway company un der the Sherman law, to continue his story, begun Thursday, of the alleged steps taken by the New Haven road to crush the competition of the Joy line and eventually gain control. The witness said that when in Novem ber, 1905, he sold out the Joy line to the New Haven, he delivered the stock en dorsed in blank. He turned the shares over to President C. 8. Mellen and E. G. Buckland, attorney for the New Haven, for f 800,000. "Mr. Mellen surprised me," continued the witness, "by asking me to manage the line. I asked him what I would be expected to do. He said that I was to recognize no 'One but himself and name; such rules as I chose. 'If there is any business you think the Jov Steamship company should have,' he said, 'go after it. Someone, I don't know whether it was Mr.' Melleri, said they did not think nytlung should be said about this sale. It was decided, the witness testified, that nothing should be made public about "Mr. Mellen gave me very broad powers, he added. Except for the management of Mr. Mellen, you continued to run the line as n independent line, didn t you? asked Attorney James W. Osborne, for the government. "Yes, for two years." "And you did not publish the fact of the sale in any newspaper "Well, 'there were some reports made o the government, I think." "Answer the question yes or no. "No," replied the witness. Mr. Osborne questioned the witness bout the Knterprie line, which the gov ernment alleges was driven out of busi ness through competition from the Joy ine tinder ew Haven rule. The Enterprise line went out of busi ness in 1W7," said Dunliaugh; "they practically failed." About a week after the Enterprise ine went out of businejn, the witness dded, Mr. Mellen told him the Joy line as to be turned over to another line, nd he wanted the witness to quit. llie Joy line boats and properties were turned over to the United States Trans put ion company and eventually to the Hart lord 4 ew lork Iransportation company, he aaid. , Dunhaugh was asked whether be rep resented the New Haven in the negotia tion to purchase the Hartford A New tork Transportation company. He said that at the request of Mr. Mellen he had made a propoitioni to C. C. Goodrich, manager of the line 'for the purchase of the property, which wa accepted. Goodrich, when on the stand last week, testified that lie did not know who Dun baugh represented until alter the trans actions were over. Testimony brought out in, the rro examination of Mr. Dunhaugh seemed to indicate that the Joy line was the ag greanor in the traffic war with the New Haven and that the Utter company 'moved in sclf-drfenne. The agreement brought about stable freight rate, the witne said, and this worked to the ad vantage even of shipper. He stated that hi people were treted with absolute faimeaa by the New Haven after an agreement wa reached. He thought the failure of the Enterprise line waa due to poor management. We've a Regal Style that Will Fit You! J You may have had trou ble to get a shoe that really fits your feet without a pinch . somewhere. I Most folks arc familiar with that difficulty. W But not the folks who wear Regals because Regals come in quarter sizes and in such a variety of sensible lasts that any foot can be fitted. q Try it. $4 to $5. 'J Moore & Owens, Barre's Leading Clothiers, 122 North Main Street, 'Phone 66-W, Barre, Vt. Carson and the Cabinet. To speak as yet of a split in the Brit ish cabinet is premature. "King Car son has left it, but he is a quite im possible person of the rulc-or-ruin sort; a place was made for him, and another was offered to John Bedmond, with the idea of having both Irish factions rep resented, and when Bedmond declined it would have been better to withdraw the offer to Carson, whose temperament un fits him for any role but that of rebel. His notions a to war and diplomacy may be right or they may be wrong they but it is necessary to allow for the' chance that lie will not be able to resume his. work. In that case,- his natural, per haps his inevitable, successor would he Lloyd-George, who indeed has been susi pected, probably unjustly,' of designing to supplant his chief. A few mont'm ago he would have seemed the man best fitted to unite discordant factions; now this seems lesa obvious, for in proportion as the tories have applauded his lean ings toward conscription bis old friends have cooled or grown anxious. Whatever the outcome of present . t i t .1. . . i ; i i!.! - have not been published. But in resign-nu"uu," 'r.r!,cnl '" ing in a huff at a critical moment he of Lnp h poht.es cannot continue in ha. once more shown that lie is not the! definitely ; t h.ngs must grow better or ind of stuff which can be used in awo'f- u.e anuauon xs Dy no means government; nothing less than a dicta torship could possibly content him. A political upheaval in Kngland would be no cause for wonder; the remarkable thing i that it has been suppressed o long. The pot was boiling over once before when the premier ciates relievrd the pressure by taking the leaders of muzzled opposition into a coalition cabinet. If things had gone well it is likely that this device would have served. But things have not gone well; on the contrary, they have gone in seme respect very ill indeed, and the disappointment of hopes at the Darda nelles and in the Balkans have but brought to a head the fever of dissatis faction at everything generals, diplo mats, press censors, and politicians. The cabinet naturally has to bear the blame for everything, and the difficulty is that in such a crUi it is not easy or safe to settle the matter in the constitutional way, by an appeal to the coimtry. A general election on such an issue as con 'ription i the last thing a level headed Knglihman would want forced upon the country. Mr. Aiuith' illne, coming at such a moment, i peculiarly unfortunate. In another ease it might be taken a a pre liminary to resignation, as in the re so alarming aa it may seem to outsiders; such' squabblea are tlie English way, and we had our share of them during the Civil war. The chances are that a prac-; ticable modus Vivendi will be found, and that England will make a fresh effort and his asso-l0'10 'ts If 'rt in tl,e -prlg- nriu t-jjuuucau. A Room With Personality. The walls of the room were papered in faded gold, like an old man's memory of a sunshiny day when his heart was young, and the cretonne at the win dows, once brave and gay in their coN oring, were blurred and dimmed, like memories of the short, bright hour of Youth, flaming out, one after another, almost painfully distinct, which the hand of Time has woven into one in definite pattern, with all the passionate joy and sharp regret washed out. The restless feet of youth had stamped out the designs fn tlie carpet, and had worn a path straight through the heart of the big, peaceful room to the open front door and the wide, pulsing world with out. Like the incarnate spirit of the room, the little hostess sat in the stiff, high-backed chair of her great grand father, fluttering her ivory-tinted ham's TITCOMB'S ADVICE TO HUNTERS Vermont KcCALl BOOM rttDICTIO. Tttrk W .;; en Political Wjaearree Hi Oiwt CooL V txi.tr, gt'm. - I'll" t " wl e V a 'fif'-n W that tS ele.1 f t Ttir (at Item,. a tt f,-u ! 1f-mt a. t. t for t' I pt'b'i r e-U-nt it! aw.ftn t whi t in re of ti. tf .w 1.t the iine -f t I . V ".. tWe te f V. 1 ,,.. i; re r- le r-".iti" tn t'-e wti-w w SHOCKED TO DEATH. As He Shewed Hew Kaa Was COIel at EJet ater St aft -- V. -4ine LaTmre . eVe.tr i--te4 raj Die M La r rv ; l.i e'T er'v iet iv !.,' t ire imj-rwe fTTMpeit'r the e !i ttona of t i.ee Mile tarn... aa well a te eewe a fnIUf if pi I r .f nn' for tW etiil.-Jrew). 1 r heard H O'.-iie ita bet t" furni.h tbT rewnwea if lacramf'ti. Cat, X"V. The Cali fornia ranpe er.p (hi rear will r from twetttr to fifty -r reiit tVw -anal. rr"f..r t fen" wi4e public yeter lay t r t'-e tt )n wu!t aral Wi, it ';. 'tier. I'.iaT ertp .f lemon, f.lnea and rrape fnl are irwit4. t ei rr nu.. r't eielwin-r,t,! Ttt y. m-1 Via oeata at the ane eleftrte wit ft -m inf e-he. frim.ftaL Tlw-ae t-te. k r4r rmi f. a tHe inl., fe. eaH thm, t' ) tart la4 in I ori aei tl tert per- t Jltnere-w. hut tSe wor4 war t mnd t'iw ewrt. Ir'toetrtal rr.1 ! uf a neriif war t ia t -e tee tr''. r-t rer?"r- m f ran -ial ie)t"t. t'it ii r tart a f ! ey f we pr;t. TW emitr- ia ''' we-; au tet ?r ewinf l Tub aad Came Commissioner Issues Cirralar. A circular iaued frr ra the office of John W. Iit'nib.. likh and game com miiBer, in answer to many inquiries bade ia a foliuw : "I.yndonvtlle, t.. Nov. 3, 1P1J. "Ihiflng tlie approaehiiig on m any wild deer pt fawna" mar he killed. Thi proteitioa tf fawna lias led to many inquiiM- a to what ia a fawn. "The intent of the lgi.ltiire rn drafting tW pre. tit A-rt law waa t amend tle old law arfTi. m rt It i make it tarl to abnit W-th le ka aid doe' 4nr,g tW freai-tit . "Any deer i among the fragile china that bad been of the French foreign minister, IV!cae. the wedding present of her great-grand- nut Mr. A.uith a health ha long been mot her, while the youth of long ag) unequal to the strain, and even In-fore smiled wisely down on ber out of their the war was . near the breaking point, j narrow, black frame on the will.-- V, It need not be suppoaed, tberrfore, tint j Margaret Campbell in The Countryside this present illne rovers anything else, ( Magsiine fur November. Drink "Works" e t w ; - e '. vt. v- r, a i . Tp rv e.wtt ( - r-. .t.i. - ,nW mulrtl t'.l-e m aV A Villi 1 UU Mf Wf I f 11 m- e-..f we-. r- I ,4 t-'-ii1ml -e a4 i e4 f !w,Vi V.-.1K W.v'n-I ael I , I t-eaea t pe-"' a t r tW fv ' ' " T" !'" er;et. L-' Hal fiiewier-'y f t. , (. ' - llWmef 'l Wee i,t u vnHer " S0EEL M-I7E FOR E&ISOT Ike mm'tr nt twk f e wt Re aal 9ike'a Teala aal TbewAat Srl-! ea t r Im te. ari Sccriti4 a Pre V tie 9nrfwti. Iila. o. C .4 iwcS n.g t" a ! rt' n Ii.l,afik' T'l-apk ee pary -n ,.l,ar- T'm.i A A wow. (lif!a ar4 T"4t --J W-j. -e .t rWnttKt. of tKe 1 t -ieti-tr . t pta. rrr"''' t-r as CHOIR LEADER STATES HE TOOK FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE UPON ADVICE OF FR. JOHN HIMSELF W. B. Tyrn, formerly of Ix.well, who wa choir director in tl. Patrxke rliurcb 4 years ago unJr Fathi-r John O Lrien (from whom l ather John's Medicine g't it name) firt to-k the medicine orin the advio f t be pr Isiniw-lf. Mr. Tynll aay he "i intinually ihantmg the pratae f this oM prewTtpt inn." Father Joha's Medicine W S 3me6 if the Prfple Father 3"htt Medicine i a phyiae pnacription. rvi-.ld for the Rev. lather John t'l'.mn of Itll, M.., by a ini cit pe at)t ia lkuV Fth-r Join rerowmewd'-d thi r-rearr;pt h to l,i t'antii'i.-r rd friend and in thi way it berame known Father Joi n' M-d n. meaita Iwta aratte ana female, fawn1 lather .., i-OK-tne i. reer.r.nirnie4 jor pmgf., e.l l and ttrst an4 are m-.li $t they are ,f t fie law ot Un.g t"uMe ar-d to liiake feh artj 1 ren;1 h. It ia a (-at -it an- 4 iue, and aint H et.t.-a in h rtr are aunt- j .'w n.t cwitain aki-hol cr p..i,rni dnif. It i t-i n i n ei.-r : year e4. 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