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THE HA HUE DAILY TIMES, RAUHE, VT., FRIDAY, DECKMUEH 3, 1013.
THE GERMANS TALKINGPEACE Social Democrats Interpel late German Gov ernment , WOULD KNOW ' , OF CONDITIONS DIZZINESS, CONSTIPATION nfll P AO AOAJ ad tnsto in the mouth, d.spo'.iuVncy .Ly V U J LlV.1 lJll I IN DANGER or "the blues," and other miserable ailment cull ittteiuion to th 1 1 vr. It U torpid. 'Juke Hood's rills--they roue thu liver unci relieve all liver UK They nre the old ami' favorite family cr'.lhank-. rurcly veifetabld. Uentle i.;d thorough. 25o. All drugs'"'- They Ask About Belgium and Score Secrecy of the Kaiser's Diplomacy London, Dec. 3. The Berlin Lokal An Zeiger says that Br. Karl Liebkneolit, one of the Socialist leaders, sent ten interpellations to the Reichstag of which three wore censored by the Keiclmtag. "JIo wants to know," says the news paper: "Whether the government is prepared , to enter immediately into peace nego tiations. "Whether the government will lay bo fore the nation the history of the entry into Luxembourg and Belgium. "Whether the government will aban don secret diplomacy in favor of lasting control by the public. ." "Whether it Mill check economical dis tress among the great masses of the pop ulation and seriously begin in the course of the present session of the Reichstag a reorganization of its internal policy." ly favorable military situation, to ques tion the responsible leaders on the im perial policy regarding his intention and i the goal. It should be reiterated that there (a not a trace of weakness in the (Jeriuans. Should anyone abroad be foolish enough to so misconstrue the Social 'Democratic interpellation, , the facts will prove to him how mistaken he is. Villa Force Is Moving to. an Attack on Agua Trieta .. AMERICANS IN DANGER IN MEXICO UNITED WITH ALLIES AS TO PEACE Italy Hai Formally Adhered to Agree ment Not to End War. Rome, Doc. 3. Haron Sonnino, minis ter of foreign affairs has Informed Parlia ment that Italy has adhered to the agree ment that no separate peace should be siiued by the entente powers. .This agreement was signed at London, Sept. fi, 11)14, by France, Great Britain and RttKsia. The step lias been taken almost fcim- ultaneously with more or less detailed reports that Austria bad I Surrender of Villa's Yaqul Chief Is Made.-Known Douglas, Arlx., Dec. 3. Prospect of an other attack on Acua I'rieta, with conse quent menace to this city just across the border, concern over the safety or Anffiri- instituted can ,n territory where Villa's scattered through the Vatican tentative negotia- 'orces are roaming, ana tne possimmy oi tious for a separate peace. It has been a reorganization of the Villa government, asserted also that Emperor William's a"d election of a new president by wag taken to circumvent the "sovereign convention; to oe nciu visit to Vienna such action on the part of Germany's ally. ' CHINA NOT ASKED TO JOIN ENTENTE Government Had Not Considered Possi bility, nor Had Been Requested to Do So. soon at Juarez, are the chief points of interest at present in the series of quick moving events in Mexico. General Alvaro Obregon, the Cnrranw chieftain, was at Agua Prieta yesterday to assist Colonel Dato Uampueli in ar rangements for defense against a, threat ened attack by Villa forces under Gen eral Jose Rodriguez, reported to be ad vancing rapidly toward the border town. Until the arrival of 5,000 troops, being transported, with the permission of Washington, over American territory, the Agua Prieta garrison is conceded to be Pekin, Dec. 3. The Chinese irovern- ment made formal denial last night that wholly inadequate to cope with RodYi , The Vorwaerts, the organ of the Social lit had considered the possibility of join- ru superior lurces. . . Tw.mner.ti. nurtv. an. M,t .!,', ! - . i Jews is anxiously awaited from John IF HAIR IS TURNING CRAY, USE SAGE TEA Here's Grandmother's Recipe to Darken nd Beautify Faded Hair That beautiful, even shade of dark, glossy hair can only be had by brewing a mixture of sagu tea and sulphur. Your hair is your charm. It makes or mars the fane. When it fades", turns gray, streaked and looks dry, wispy and scrag gy, just an application or two of Sage and Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundredfold. Don't bother to prepare the tonic; you can get from any driiir store a ."S0-eent t. it tin of "Wyeths " Sago' and Sulphur C ompound, ready to use J Ins t?a al ways be depended upon to bring back the natural color, thickness and luster of your hair and remove dandruff, stop scalp itching and falling hair; Everybody uses "Wveth s Sage and Sulphur, because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has i t :. .1 - :'. i.. .! - uirii npi'lii-u. JUU nilliliiv uauil't'll a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through the hair,' taking one small strand at a time: by morning the gray hair has disappeared, and after another application it becomes beautifully dark and appears glossy, lustrous and abun nant. Adv. - BERLIN FORESTALLS "LIES" ABOUT FOOD RIOTS THERE in rr with flirt entente nmvpra. nr hn.fi hffin r ; i i-u. i u,. -j Social Democrats in the Reiclmta have " . . . r : . . i. " . .. UTT ""! ""u THdlatlm, In - bo.lv at tl. nvt Laaion 1 1 8Uelbv ? foreln ". 1 "Is the imperial chancellor ready to give information aa to the conditions un fael Varela, mine owners, all of whom "The (Chinese government haa never are reported to have fallen into the handa considered the possibility of abandoning of Rodriguez' troops. . . ... , l ; .i i. .11... . I a u... 4 -...I...... 1 HAM...n der which he would be willing to enter I "cu"a,,;Vir 1 i 8 i lit i; I T u " TV. into peace negotiations?" Herr Schiede-,rouP belligerents. The Chinese gov- Mexico . has been heightened by reports Ilinnn the leader Of tlie lartV Will put rweivfju pnjpuoni w tuiib una huvibvu jciinattio nniiiov the question and Herr Landsberg has !mt eff?. from or Pned Buch negotia- Americans because of the ITiiited States za provisional government and the aid given in permitting Carranza. troops to be transported over American territory. In response to warnings by General Obre been chosen to debate. A more detailed and searching inquiry as to the govern ment's attitude respecting peace was de feated by the Social Democrats by a vote of 58 to 43. The Vorwearts, in Commenting on the' subject says: "What we demand is a definite expression on the Social Demo crats' peace demands and a clear answer trom the government." Vorwearts quar rels with the German censor for refusing .to allow a discussion of peace in the newspapers and declares that it is cer tain most important facts are being sup pressed. "It is necessary at this time," says the editorial, to discuss the possi bilities of peace because if peace, comes suddenly a storm may arise for which only the diplomats and statesmen can be blamed. Public opinion will not toler ate peace without knowledge." tiona with any power or group of powers." The Berliner Tageblatt is the first newspaper to come out in approval of the plan of the Social Democrata to ask Chancellor von Bethmann-Iioliweg un der what conditions he is prepared to be gin peace negotiations. "For our part," says the newspaper, "we cannot see why TRICK TO BELITTLE FRENCH VICTORY LOAN American employes of the big mining Fantastic Figures as to Total Scheme of works at Cananea, however, apparently Tr-i ii. e ,. 1 have not heeded the warning and most ' of them remain in the danger zone. Say French Officials. Call, for the meeting of the "sovereign , ' ' , . convention" of the Villa government was Pans, Dec. 3. Fantastic predictions as 9ent out by Lbzos Chazarro, president of m n.e town .uosci.uiiuiia w me new the convention held at Aguascalientea a French "victory loan" are thought in veBr ag0. According to Colonel Ilipolito official circles here to originate in a Villa, brother of Francisco Villa, repre scheme concoctd by the enemies of gentatives of General Emilio Zapata will France to discredit the success of the attend, all Villa and Zapata leaders hav plan by over-anticipating it. ing been requested to send as delegates "All these simulations published re- a representative of each unit of 1.000 gardmg the subscriptions are absolutely troops. It was announced that 8,000 groundless," says an official of the min- troops in the vicinity of Chihuahua City istry of finance to the Associated Press, would be moved to Juarez when the con "We have not centralized the figure so vention, the date of which has not been an approximate estimate of the total given out, is held. cannot be formed. All I can say is that Oher developments included a decree the subscriptions contuiue to How in to by General Carranza. divorcing Mexican our satisfaction. I railroads from military supervision and A striking feature is the formidable placing them under the control of Alberto Overseas News Agency, However, Ad mits Demonstration at the Reich stag Opening for Speedy Settlement of Food Problems. Berlin, via wireless to Sayville, N. Y. Dec. 3. ''Yesterday, aa usual," says the Overseas News airency, "at the opening of the Reichstag large crowds gathered around the building and the neighboring streets. Among the throng were some who made demonstrations in favor of a speedy settlement of the problem of government regulation of prices and the distribution of food. . "German's enemies, no doubt, will again spread all over the world ridiculous re ports about Berlin street riots and make other insinuations whien in no way correspond with the truth." " such a question should not be directed ' inlpetus the movement still shows among Pani, president of the National lines of to the chancellor nor why he should not answer it. Is it believed that an answer would be regarded as a sign of 'weak ness!' The. military position of Germany and its allies is so strong it should not bother us what the entente newspapers might write. The British place no such restrictions on themselves and care lit-J commodate the subscribers." tie what constructions are placed on this or that word. small subscribers. The postal savincs Mexico. bank is besieged by lonif lines of work- According to reports received at Xo er and children waiting their turn to rales, , the entire command of 1.400 men transfer the thin, little balance into new of General Urbalejo, Villa's Ysqui chief, Minus, o great has been the rush that has surrendered to Carranza forces at we have been obliged to instal new of fices outside the main building to ac- "The second question is whether peace negotiations would have any prospt-et of success. Fjich jieace desired, not alone in the present case, may be dashed on one of two rocks on disinclination in "ic enemy's camp and on demands in our own. Perhaps we should come a step forward if the chancellor were to decide to throw a little light on tlie second point. In any case, even though on may be very skeptiia) about the success of a peace movement at the present mo- ITALIAN BALKAN ARMY ON THE WAY? jr.. now at Xogale. Coi bo. Urbalejo himself is said to have escaped. Major-General FreJerick Funston said the movements of Rodriifuec would deter mine whether it would be necessary to call for the provisional brigade of United Mates troops under General George Bell, Detachments of Italian Troops Are Said to Have Been Landed at Avlona, Albania. Paris, Dee, 3. Detachments of Italian VILLA'S YAQTJTI CHIEF QUITS. Urbalejo Surrenders with Entire Com mand of 1,400 Men. Korales, Ariz., Dec. 3. General Urbale jo, ilia s lauui Indian chiettain, with troops were lanoca at Avlona, Albania. I bis entire command ol l.i men, sur on Tuesday, Stvordiug to information I rendered Wednesday to Carranza army from a reliable nnnr in Athftia. !. I nftirar t 'rlwt 9tU nuloa liinlli .f liar ment, the Orman people should not be pau-h to The Temp, from the Greek according to a report which reached here BERLIN SAYS THE BELGIANS EXECUT ED WOMAN SPY Government Reproduces Documents Re lating to Alleged Shooting of Julia Van Warterghen for Espionage. Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, N. Y Dec. 3. The Overseas Xew agency says The German government has pub lished photograph reproduction of doc uments having to do with the execution of Julia Van Warterghen in Antwerp on Aug. 18, 1014. This proves that the Belgians in thHr own country considered it a natural thing to shoot women con victed as spies. This woman, whose execution was re ported last month by the Overseas News agency, was married. Mie was convicted by a Belgian court martial, whose find ings were spproved by the Belgian war minister, lie signed the report and or dered that it be posted in Antwerp. "These documents, now in the pos session of the German government, and. the fact that the French have court mar- j tialed and shot women spies during the : war, show how much weight should be j attached to the expressions of indigna tion in England and France at the exe cution of the English nurse, Miss Edith Cavell." Copyright Htrt Sdui fact ft Alan m Get Yours Now! 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The war is romiiyr to 1 a siepe upon cipsntic n-le. for rear it has been a siege, upon th etern front ; it is coming to be a ie?e in the Kaid ; and it is likelr to take that form in the IUlkana. Th Teutonie powers arc for tified in r"t cirelej the allied na tions are rngngrd in wearing tbem down, little by little, trem h by tremh, mile by mil', repiment by regiment and army by srmy. 1 1 duration of ulrge warfare i usually measured by the quantity of material wbi h tlie U liferent Ue at tleir enmmand and th rte at which this material n be mnnumed. Oftn it has ben said tint this w new form of af, but s late invt;ptor bss tn ritinf at 1"njrth yk f biktnne il- Itictration ( the nw1 hwl if attrition by l.iih rmir hmg irtniua hae Iwji 4feated. I'l frrt itlitrtMn in that f t te defeat of XaMlen ia il4. 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Can adian bankers are urging Finance Minis ter White to Increase the allotments of bonds to larpe suhneribirs even to the extent ef connidersbly exceeding the .Vt,00.ono limit. MISTRIAL Ilf WATSON CASE. Jury "Might Remain Thirty Years and Never Reach a Verdict." Augusta, Ga., Dec. 3. A mistrial was ordered in federal court here Wednesday night in the cane of Thomas E. Watson, the Thomson, Ga., editor and author, cliarged with having sent obscene mat ter through the mails. The jury, which had had the case before it since Tues day afternoon, reported it could not agree. Jurors said the vote stood ten $100,000 WAR PLANT IN WISCONSIN BURNS French Battery & Carbon Company Plant Made Batteries for Autos Shipped to the Allies. London, Wis., Dec. 3. Fire early yes terday destroyed the French ISatterv & Carbon company plant. The damage will exceed fWO.tHR). The company manufactured batteries, a CONGRESS NOT TO SEND GIFT. good portion of which went into auto- i. : i . i a ... i : v. : . i . i . t to two for acquitUl from the first ballot!, otncill. would make No Subscription Fund for P.esent for Mrs. Gait. Washington, Dec. 3. Congress probably will not send a wedding present to Mrs. Norman Gait, the' president's fiancee. There are no plans, so far, for subscrip tions by congressmen toward a gift fund. i Many senators and representatives are expected to make individual gifts, how ever. James R. Mann, the Republican Houa leader, who selected the limine gifts to Mrs. Savre, Mrs. McAdoo and Mrs. Geiie- to the last and the foreman reported no diret-t charges, the police admitted j vieve Clark Thompson, explained the sit FOURTH SON BORN TO EMPRESS. Imperial Event in Tokis was Celebrated Tetter day. Tolio, Dee. 3. F-ropreos SndVo of Jspsn, gsve birth to a by st 7:3$ last eneninff. Tli is is the fourth son of the emperor !? snd emprr of .lapan. Die others having ' 3 been bora in 1W1, VmH, and l!'i. t the court that the jury "might remain Itbey are investigating a report that per here thirty years and it would never; sons opposed to the allied cause may reach a verdict." The district attorney , bare started the fire. One official said did not indicate whether he would again : yesterday rrossed electric niree might place WaUon on trial. j have been the cause. uation yextcrdar as lollows: "Daughters of the president and speak er were members of 'official families and Mrs. Gait is not, although she will he- jcome one, of course, after her marriage." NO QUININE IN THIS COLD CURE Tape's Celt) CorrpesntT' Ends Colds and Grippe ia a Few Bears ..f 1 t- ! , ... ' f " 1 r-i"f rj 44 3 ' "t """. Ih(t b 4 a l-sBi r - j f writ. I h4 aa !''-', -r wV fcu4fc a fu te j i -tot ' f mm f I tf a't . f t 4 tlrat S '.. S? r-'. ?-Tt t T r- t j. - --. 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