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THE RARRK DAILY TIM JOS, HARRIS, VT., FRIDAY, l)KCJOMi;Jl 10, 1015.
WAR TAX LAW TO STAY MivKitchin, House Leader, Makes Formal .An-'. ... nouncement WILL PRODUCE REV- . ENUE OF $80,000,000 WHEN LIVER IS TORPID or lUKBlsih all tho other vital orsrnns of your body era afl'ected you have stomach and bow el troubles, your head aches, your akin loaes It cli-PTieas, Hurt you Imve "the blue." Take Hood'i pllla, itpntla and thorough. Io not Irritate nor Rrlpe. Price 25c, of all drug, list or ( 1. Hood CoXowell, Mr.aa. I). C. V. DEFEATED MONTPELiER SEM. Comind from Behind, the Bane Team Gave First-Class Exhibition and Emerged a Winner 17 to 12. FORD WILL NOT TRUST WRITERS He Warns the President of "Misleading De- spatches" - The D. C. V. basketbull team defeated the Moiitpelier seminary live lust night at the Cliureli ittreet gymnasium by a seoro of 17 to 12. This wan the first ap pearance of the Alontpelior team in liarre this season and the team was watched with interest by the fans, who ruinvra bcrecl that the seminary team is a mem ber of the newly organized Northern league, f which Spunlding is a member. .Seminary started the scoring with a line shot by Hatch from the center of the Washington, Uec. 1'-After ft confer-1 fw R t,me ,t ooke(, ike erne with Secretary. AIcAdoo. Chairman W(k for the Capita, city team. iMtchm of the committee on ways and ow mon'Utilet by pike and tllI,.e fouU means announced that the Demix-rats , . vUitnra . toil, nf nin. noinis would put through CoiiMross before t he , . ; . , .., t, loca, team 8Coml No General Action on Revenue-Until After the Holidays HE IS TO SEND . "NEWS" DIRECT Judge Lindsey Speaks on Nations Aboard Ship ( hi'iwtma recess a lull to continue the e;ii!l'vnev war revenue law which would expire bv -limitation Dee. 31. This is es timated "to raise more than $80,000,000 nmiually, Mr. Kite-iiin said the repeal. of the free ugaf cla-uso of the Underwood tariff law might be considered at the same time, although it has been under stood that the administration's general revenue - measures might not be taken lip until after the holidays. The emer gency tax law prolittbly will be extended for a year. Thore is no necessity for immediate action to keep the duty on raw sugar as, under the Underwood law, . tiiiuar doos not 20 on the tree lint until next summer. Amendment, to liberalize the new Sea man's law are promised a delegation, of New York shippers by Kepresentative Alexander, chairman of the committee 011 merchant marine and fisheries, after 11 conference between the shippers, Mr. .Alexander, Secretary Rcdfiehl, of the department of commerce, and other gov ernment officials. Since the law be came effective on Nov. 5, the shippers said their operations, especially of small vessels, had been seriously hampered. Secretary Redfield asked that the com plaints be submitted in writing with rec ommendations as to desired changes. When this is done, if the changes are .regarded as justified by the department's legal olhcers, they will be incorporated by Representative Alexander into a bill for introduction into Congress. CONTINENTAL ARMY PLAN COMPLETED onlv four on two baskets from the floor. The second period started off with a rush and the liarre five soon demonstrat ed its ability to come up from behind by tieing the score. Rlackmore secured three baskets from the floor in quick succession and followed them up with a successful free shot which gave bis team a 0110 point lead after Match had also made good on a shot from the foul line. The period ended with the score 11 to 10 in favor of the home team. The third period was an even greater proof of the staying powers 01 tne 1). C. V.'s, for they secured three baskets from the floor. The visitors were again able to tally only one basket, this time a shot from the floor by Oranai. The clos ing whistle blew with the score 17 to 12 in favor of the D. C. V.'s. Hatch was the best individual point gainer for the sem inary team, while Blackmore and Court ney played well for the local team. The summary: .13, C. V. Seminary. Courtney, If , rg, Ramsdell Cerasoli, r Ig, St. Mary Hlackmore, e , ...c, Hatch Gineherio, lg. rf, Oranai Molla, -rg . If, Pike Score I). C. V. 17, Montpelier sem inary 12. Baskets from floor Black- more 4, Courtney 2, Hatch 2, Pike, Ora nai,. (Jiacherio, Cerasoli. Baskets from ; fouls Hatch -4, Blackmore. Referee Dole. Umpire Scampini. Timers Wil liams, Corey. Time Two 15- and one 10-niinute periods. President Wilson, Secretary Garrison and Chairman Hay of House Committee Agree. Washington, Dee. 10, The administra tion plan for a continental army of 400, OOO men was embodied yesterday formal ly in a bill upon which President Wilson, Secretary Garrison and Chairman Hay of the House military committee have agreed. Chairman Chamberlain of the Senate military committee also has draft ed a bill, and both measures will lie sub mitted informally to the committees and Inter introduced as committee measures that there may lie no partisanship in volved. The bill prepared yesterday fol low closely the administration plan as previously announced. 19 GAMES ALREADY Hot Water for Sick Headaches Telia why everyone should drink hot water with phosphate In it before breakfast Headache of snr kind, is caused by autointoxication- -which means self -poisoning. Liver and bowel Miions culled toxin, sui ked into the blood, through the lymph duets, excite the heart which pumps the thod so fast that it congests in the amalirr arteries and veins of the bead, producing violent, throbbing pain ned ditre, called headache. Vu be come nervotia. depondent. sick, feverish and miM-iable. jour meals aotir and almost nauseate jou. Then von resort to aiftanilide, aspirin or the bromide I which temporarily relieve but do B"t rid j h Wood of the irritating totina. A glasa of hot water with a teaspoon ful of lunrston fhoi.hHt in it, drank lfoi bf-akfatt tor a ' while, will not rny wusl theie poisons from your y-te-ii id! .-die jou of headache but will . . ' , 1 tar prodnr-t. Tli limei.tiirr canal. 1. ' ,, , ., . , ' , . . - . faster IJaik thai vuur I'Fiirinsnn ior jBnsT oui4 f lifiiM.m phosphate. It is in-j pnie. tarmlr-M sufir. ani almost t s(, less, n-. j t a n-uriah twinpe which; is nt de lesnt. j If f.n r-il't fel ng yonr best, if ; trf,p,i. is -rete4 rrr y wske nn witll tt tsstr. (...t lAestli r ! (rfi, in ' V--t iin. h, 1 misuses. ert ifiatics at B", arid stn el. lfm the tsphat4 h'4 s,rf , .ire ?i t ywur usts'ia tf IMt.1 fd r."fS fsii:t are .,..f V f it i rlml tst tlw s So iitlispi to f itk out tl somi h. i and n-f-ry tn"rTjiie rrit.V Kw'Wwi;!. A. On Middlebury College's Baseball Sched ule. ' Manager Cow!es ol t he Middlebury col lege 'varsity baseball team has an uounccl a tentative schedule of games f.ir th co-cilia reason. The schedule hes yet to be approved bj the faculty, and a few modilnaii'ms may have to be made Manager Cowles is negotiating for games with Columbia and Amherst to fill in the open dates on the schedule. Svracuse will be met, for the first time, while the Connecticut Aggies, Springfield college, Manhattan, Trinity and Tufts reappear after an absence of several years. The schedule follows: April 21-X. H. State at Middlebury, April 2z Connecticut Aggies at Mid dlebury. April 2!-Norwich at Northfield. May 1 Vermont at Burlington. May 4 Springfield college at Middle bury. May 5 Hamilton at New York. May 13 Open. May 17 Fordham at Xew York. May 18 X. Y. U. at Xew York. May ID Manhattan at Xew York. May 20 Williams at Wllliatnstown. May 2.S Hamilton at Clinton, X. Y, May 20 Colgste at Hamilton, X. V. Mav 27 St. AiiKelm's at Middlebury. May 30 Xorwk h at Middlebury. June 1 Springfield college at Spring field. Mass. June 2 Trinity at Hartford. Conn. June 3 Tufts at Medford. Mass. June Sjra"UM at Middlebury. June 17 en. June 19 Vermont at Middlelnirr. BEATING GERMANS ON DYE PROBLEM American Syndicate Has Produced a Fast er Black Than the Article Imported from Germany Before the War. Kenosha, Wis., Dee. 10. A proup of Ki-nosha capitalists, ownei of a g hos iery null located here, has solved for all time the production of fast black dye for cotton hosiery. Thene Kenosha men have emll.-d Ormanv in rnlin inr fast Washington, Dec. 10. Worried lost re ports of what is taking place aboard the Oscar II. might annoy President Wilson, Henry Ford sent a wireless message to the president yesterday, saying he would' send first hand information of develop ments on the high seas. In his niestsage, Mr. Ford says: "Hope you will not - be annoyed by misleading dispatches from newspaper correspondents of proceedings on steam er. : 1 will keep you informed of devel opments." It is believed Ford ha reference to dispatches that he would send a denunci ation of the president's message to Con gress. - ' Ford's wireless bills Wednesday on one message alone were over 8200, not I ll,,,i; (1... l.,.,,l V.la.J.t, l.n I .tilling niv jnitu .uiisi iTovrtimj i'- started off early, niesaage No. J read ing as follows: SS. Oscar II., Radio Cape Race, via New York, Dec. 10. Judge Ben B. Lindsey spoke of his work in the Den ver juvenile court on the Ford peace ship Wednesday night to show that love and not the power of arms is the force that works the best advantage in inter national as well as individual cases. Judge Lindsey cited a number of in stances, drawing from his experiences in sixteen years on the bench, to show that the criminal responded most readily to trust, giving statistics to prove that more persons escaped while on their way to prison shackled than when sent aioiie on their honor. He took a decided rap at the prepar edness policy, telling how firearms were unknown in the reform prison camps of Colorado exoept when they were needed to use against those living near the camp who stole from the convicts. In summing up his address he com pared the militaristic elements with the "third degree" policemen, seeking to show that the spirit of love in international pi-litics vtuld .be as much M.-e 1 trac tive than force in the dealing of nations as his on methods w. rc compared with those employed by tho police wJ.en iio first went ot. the bench. Other wi.tlcss diirpule.iei from tha peace ship plated that Fori bus r.otificd hia agenuf n Copenhagen to p: p.ire a "flivver" f. presentation tj (apt. Wil- helm Hejiptl, commander of the )i'car II. Ford so? the entire Land of peace legate.-, after posing tor the moving! pictures, v. it taken leio yestarilnv to 1 inspect the engines of the liner. Mr. Ford led the was, visiting the si. ikeliol , chat ting with the stokers an 1 examining the ngines. he frequently expressed in- 1 r rest n ti.e engines and the mm tht.t run them. I love these, I could make them my self," he commented. Acordiiit to a rableg am received res- terday by the Schu .iiuvijn-Ann rican ine, the Htllig Olav of the same line, from Xew York to Copenhagen, was tak en into Kirwall on Dec, 0 for examination of passengers and cargo. It Is believed by the agents of the line that the Oscar 11. will suffer the same treatment and Ford'a party will have to undergo the j rigid scrutiny of the British naval ofli- j C4rs. It is understood that tlie British au thorities ar takinr a great interest in the doings of the Rev. Oiarh-s F. Aked, formerly a British subject, who is now one of Ford's disciples. DARKEN GRAY HAIR, LOOK YOUNG. PRETTY Sage Tea and $ulphur Darkens So Nat rally That Nobody Can Tea Almost ewryone knows that aare tea and sulphur, w-onerlr romrxHinded. bring tak tbe natural color and hister to the hair wLen faded, streaked r crsr- I J WiMk jiit as the German do from eoal!bv, .-nds dandruff, itelnna: wn. and ! l dye pronounced a j ,,,,. f.Jlifig hair. Year airo the ct.lv f" iitr imi-iu-u ikii'. ail IS ffi-t It,i mil til ns- in nulurr It has w ithstond eretr C'tifvi table test . h,mr. wkuk is BnJ r. .u. ' l"d for eolor. It hs Usn finind strictly .me. Nowadavs. bv asking at anr drue fJ sanitarr aad. ilmif all. ia atailable at a I',k..,.i " ,TI . 1 1 ... err reasonahle cost. f this famous old retite f. about 50 fJ ft . . . . . . . 1 s II purme 1 ss known tot ansri nwsei nt s-tit . rr that the shorts of lr made dyeal Ik-sn't star fy! Try it! No one ran y i r n .-utf nimmiTi ill iino.!t),lr Ml that ros lirlrsr.l mat I SI m.Ti-sii p.u-erirft bas sitl t j ?.ir. a it d--a it naturally and m-n-'err 4i nmat- nicin at iU .iwmand j ly. 1 nw itimns a aponre sr anft brwslt t relets- instt.-ra. Wifhia t fasl mrk j wttb t and ir this thnniirh your tiair. a tin'Utiu was iMia)4 hr ts drrt-1 takirg fi amaU srtraM at a tn; bv rnfit ff e.sj!merei fing int d.-tsils. , mnrbinr tl array bair dtaeprwra. and w I 11 h l.n!.. 1.n was fotward'd rmt!t.t siwlliit e;dt or tw-. s-nur 7!f(ii'a'-t-ter in tins rirt nr r,rra m t.air brnr fufuliy dark., tl.-i atid !1iss s-iMuriion ft kmt gwd. At that f'tomy, Ad. tim nt T-l -et was at-tx iU-4 ty the Sugge Shirts. ...50c to $5 Underwear, per garment, from .......50c to $3 Neckwear from 25c up a Pajamas and Night Robes from.... ....... ...50c to $2 Hosiery, per pair. . . 15c to $1 . Handkerchiefs from. . .5c up House Coats and Bath Robes from $4 to $15 Regal Shoes. ....$4, $4.50, $5 Roys' Suits and Overcoats from.... ..$2 to $15 Suspenders, Garters and Arm Rands in fancy boxes, at all prices Combination Sets in Hand- kerchief and Hosiery from.... 50c to $2 Mufflers are here in all prices Children's Sleeping Garments at 50c ,xs- l If fa I sks it 1 j I : . ' y ill ' ' m ' ' 4 I 3 ,r I I VI! - f; SlillllilllS i : Gift stions for Men Fur and Fur-Lined Coats from... $15 to $150 Suits $10 to $45 Overcoatt;. .$10 to $45 Top Coats and Raincoats from. $5 to $25 Bags and Suit Cases from.... $1 to $15 Sweaters. ... . . . .50c to $8.50 Mackinaws for men, $5 to $12 Mackinaws for boys from $3.50 to $6 Hats and Caps ..... . 50c to $5 Gloves and Mittens, 25c to $5 Copyright lisrt Schaffaer ft Vut Put a Varsity Six Hundred Overcoat in His Stocking! This stylish overcoat is a gift de luxe the sort of remembrance that is more than just acceptable. Goes splendidly on young men and young looking menand men that want to stay young. This coat has "gone over bigM, as they say. Ask to sec if. Short length, soft front, shaped in, velvet collar. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers 122 North Main Street Phone GG-W :: .f iiff-.y.:' kjs. PACKERS DEAL DIRECT WITH RRITLSH GOVT. A Sew rretniet. If. A. GOULIVS PIANO PRICES a w s wit. - T rss-t. im tm issss. m. T fc't V T. TVp isH . . mm4 aw4 r. . a ' H til isv TW s- sw ur. ' aaBS1 a-ts.lL tv. - aswa. .il.. mmr a a smssi m-m.,m swesw 4VU atsJs kaV J ' $SV . i i -c t. ftat a. sr. 4 i.hr.l at W sl,i.,i toi 11 6 ;t'matir i la nation tit )nt wl.T 'rf-rwo. x r.-tiM f.'.t sitpj' t - .f . i n-M.a 1rrs tea unnr w lat 1 ta s, a f.f t e ft w r-s tn rt tlm. ere tl.at e!f tl iaj'.t( rn ftr-f, (.w-nwr'r snrr4 ia t T,in1i'if ''. n !e, tir r- (W (lti"i f wr r-Jlies j Vf. r ! W I jr t-4 t - at if rw i,:4 -ss frs f,,rni1. f-W-ff! f t' t.tr.a's (n;l laW j r-t 'ttt -"t'-e rif eft' fin4m a , n r ratf4 sr. 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Ta-tt. tvt tht- tit for fWT trade-, CALL AND i-LIZ THLU R II MINER. f - . mm - '7 ' I . I-i at r.rir.jr ? our rJattrrip in to v for tare d-iri'g the wir.lrr m'.r tK h,Ie xpu tre not uirr i jou r. Wt tun tile tre of art- r.un.Vr. We s.re in a rs-,.;. ti'n t r' &rr r'. e r :A'r h i at ' n jt" ii. f i ( t X : Ilavir.jr df-ciikd to J Kf.( in I--t' n, 1 am tlinir out mr rr.tlre ft'xk of ? U f:t -rt . t a rrt reiurtkn. This rtk ecr.i.t of Ij I)re-5r. ?kirt. Wfci.st., Petticoat. Cowt, IIouh DreM., Wrari"- Prairc.s and Chil'rm' Itt, ant i ftrt tp-lrMll Ukh. tr.-i p rsj tyk .. Now i yotr chance ti d- y -r O ntrr-a tuj-.rjr at c-'ft f rico, a th: ia a fr-naine g ou-t "-f t-j'f aV. F-Jc JtartH Wc-Itk--kr ryrr.:rtr tt J n'dxk. an-i the ft xk rrrt tt tJ-'f out ir.rr-3:t.t?. ',..-.. T ..., .... I CilJ iHlfltyHi.tslltJ VW)tl t n j-. v af;cT'.r fTf-trr iittt ! Paris Sliirt Waist House ? f'iirnfr II- "V.r r. I'pteira s -n ! a - Ft