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TIIK HAKKK DAILV TIMES, UAH RE, VT., MOXDAV, A PHIL 10. lOlfl.
PLANS NO ATTACK iVon Jagow Laughs at Inva sion of U.'S. by Ger- i 'v man Forces FOREIGN MINISTER SCORES RUMORS THAT TIRED FEELING Relieved by Hood's Sarsaparilla, Which Renovates the Blood Work of Enemies, He Says Kaiser Seeks Our . Friendship flerlin, April 7, via London, April 10. Herr Von Jagnw, minister of f -jreijin nf fairs, in an interview Saturday referred to recent press dispatches eontainiry statements in the Canadian newspaper that Germany wa planning, alter this war, to plunge upon the Americun con tinent and particularly to demand ces sion to (Jermany of the Dominion or I an ada. Tlie foreign minister, like Chan- . cellor Von Ilethmann-Ilollweg, ridiculed these rumors. "How can (teople invent or believe such stories?" he Ssked. "To any one not . entirely, blinded by passion it is evident .beyond doubt that (Jermany never pur sued such senseless aims and never con templated doing so, "Can one imagine a state of affairs in Europe after the war such thai wo should have the leisure or a free enough .hand to divert our strength and etl'oil to surh a tak on the Americun corti nent ? . "Equally ridiculous, though unfortu nately this phase ha a serious side, are rumors which I understand are current here and there in the United States that Germany after the war will take re- .venge on the United Stvites by pursuing 1 an anti-American policy. It is even re- ported to me that some apprehensive souls in America foresee from victorims .Germany an attempt to break down the Monroe doctrine, plant its Hag in South or Centra America, or even a design to leap upon the United States' and crush them-in order to attain mastery of botli continents. "I need hardly assure you such report, which from time to time have been set afloat by enemies of Germany in the evi dent intention of stirring feeling against it, are too absurd for denial. I need only recall the fact tlmt Germany h;us never placed itself in opposition to the Ameri can principle of the Monroe doctrine. "Agtiin, I would ask American doubt ers to remember the attitude of Ger many during the Mexican crisis. Al though extensive German commercial in terests were involved and although there was a strong demand for independent action to protect those interests at va rious times during the protracted era of disorder, the imperial government con sistently and at all times stood for leav ing the United St'ite a free hand in its policy toward Mexico. The Washington government was not at any time left in doubt na to the attitude of Germany, and I am sure comparison of our policy with that of any other European power would not redound to the disadvantage of Germany. "The policy of a state cannot bo dic tated by sentiment, cannot afford to al low itself to be guided or swayed in its That tired feeling that comes to you in the spring, year after year, is a sign that your blood lucks vitality, just as pimples, boils, and other eruptions are signs that it is impure; and it is also a sign that vour svstem is in a low or run down condition, inviting disease. It is a warning, which it is wise to heed. Ask vour druggist for Hoods Sarsapa- rilla. This old standard, tried and true lood medicine relieves that tired fading. It cleanses the blood, gives new life, new courage, strength and cheerfulness. Jt makes the rich, red blood that will make you feel, look, eat and sleep better. He sure to iret Hoods Sarsapanlla. Jt embodies the careful training, experience and skill of Mr. Hood, a pharmacist for fifty years, in its quality and power to cure. Adv. CONGRESS ON HIGHER GEAR Senate Speeds Up on Legis lative Program Many Mexican Queries HOUSE. TALKS AIMLESSLY permanent form by temporary feelings of bitterness or resentment, but only by issues in which its interests are really ami materially involved, The permanent interests of Germany nowhere, east or west, run counter to those of the United States. On the contrary, thev every where require the United State and Germany to be friends Of Rivers and Harbors Bill, While Rep. Mann Pleads, "Stop Fooling" Washington, P. C. April 10. More speed is the surprising but welcome fea ture this April day. Jt applied particu larly in the Senate Saturday, where need or expedition is tremendously urgent, V.-M. Ytia Mnunn IllPrf WHS liftlfl TieHoH At COfll'llion OT1 reports 'attributing to the German gov-jthe floor, with a dozen seimtors interpos ing conditions and making inquiries, and soon there resulted a very gratifying agreement by which two important bills will be disposed of. Oiu) is the army bill, which will lie voted upon a week from to-morrow, another is the House nieas rnment an intention of pursuing an anti-American policy after the war are absurd. "Our emperor long ago saw the neces sity for a policy of friendship and co operation between Germany and the United St-ites. During his reign he has.ure, continuing tho tarilf on Sugar. It worked actively and consistently to im prove the relations of the two govern ments and the mutual understanding be tween the two nations." AMERICAN DOCTOR ATTENDED VILLA Bandit Treated for Serious Hip Wound and Is Now Being Carried on Stretch ers, Surrounded by Bodyguards. General Pershing's headquarters in Mexico, April 7 (by field telegraph to Cononia. Duhan, Mex., thence by aero plane and motor truck to Columbus. X. M., April 10.) Francisco Villa, with a force swelled by 500 men whether vol untarily or by conscription is not known is beating almost due smith, with de tachments of American cavalry pursuing. I learn that Dr. hstelle, an American medical man of Guerrero, treated Villa for a serious hip wound, there, thus clearing up contradictory reports of his condition. It is understood here that. Villa, still lying upon a stretcher and surrounded by loO picked men, is moving comparatively slowly, being borne by soldiers and peons. Some miles behind ,iill l, t, .... Tl,. upon the Senate took up the legislative appropriation bill, one of the largest and very essential budgets, and passed it in time for an early adjournment. Saturday's agreement means several things worth noting. A great measure is now almost as good as through Con gress, l'robablv there will be compar atively little more army debate in the Senate. Indeed, if they are in the mood Senator Chamberlain and Chairman Ilay an begin informally to think what should be done in conference about ad justing differences between their two measures. After a couple of days this week on the sugar duties, the Senate may apply itself to a lot of other pend ing business. There are threats again of a violent Mexican debate, but possibly this may be shut off. Several exciting rumors have been cir culating. Jn certain quarters tliere is reiteration that General Pershing and his cavalrymen will tie called out of Mex let). "I feel sura if yoa will try pound of vou will aerie with me tliat it makes delicious coffee,--and that coffee any where near as good is much higher priced." VICTOR is ood hel(hful eoflVe be cam e xpartly tup tested i perfectly blended i vacuum cleaned ! STEF.Lcut NOT ground: packad in individual l ib. air tiht canniatera. Never in bulk No rnance for dirt or dtitt lo collect In VICTOR COFFEE. 35 unit Iht pound. Srmplelgh Coffee Co., Boston. Eatablianed 1796. Importer and Boaatera. FoaSalkB 1715 BARRE CREAMERY A COI.D "STORAGE CO, and Healer. Centrales mis tone are 4UU more illistas, in aadi- j th.T, is a sentence about driving on till tion to those scattered in the hills after jthe ,m.e(i of tllp dp fa,.to government the fight of Bachiniva. The bandit chief ran get tll(, Bjtuffltion j i,Hm. This ap is fast losing sympathizers, j pears a little disconcerting. However, Aviators now at this base made an- j ,,e,U!raI oiiinion here ih that the nresidenfc other long tight Saturday. Afater wing- camiot possibly contemplate withdrawing Iroui Mexico yet. In doing so. he would dallying of the rivers and harbors bill. The orators were all loose, and they dis cussed a lot of things not pertinent to improvement of waterways. All pld jokes about improving rivers in Texas that have no water, except from Cartesian wells, and kindred jests, have been worked over. Late Saturday afternoon Minority Leader Moran appealed to the House to stop fooling. Republican politics are very much in everybody a mind, and this disturbing status may be expected to continue. The Chicago convention and all the agitation leading up to it will divert Congress much from this time on. The new launch ing of ex-Senator Root's candidacy has Apparently there is no warrant for m)t i,resed politicians here wofound- bcheving this. But the fact that General v. Thev regard it merely as anothei Scott, chief of stair, made public the - Xew York maneuver and insist that thi ders sending General Pershing into Mex t nominee will be either Hughes or Rooso. ico, fteemeti iMiner in vsierionn. i ue worua velt. "get Villa, which sensational newspa pers have Ixen printing in their head lines, do not appear in these orders but 4,000,000 WOMEN'S VOTES. nig into a canyon the farthest south that they had gone, and in the most per ilous flight of the campaign, they official ly reported that our advance cavalry, moving swiftly had again picked up V illa's trail, he being transported on the stretchers with his body guard. ROOT IS PLEASED. ' Hope That Other Mothers May Learn Its Value as I Have" GRATEFUL PRAISE FOR FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE I rT . I Grateful for Good Opinion of 74 Who Want Him for President. New York. April 10. "I am much obliged to the gentlemen and 1 am grate ful for their gooil opinion," was the only comment Kliliu Root would make Satur day on the address issued in New York Friday night by 7-1 prominent citizens favoring his nomination for president. Mr. Root, at Washington for a meeting of the executive committee of the Ameri can liar association, iid he did not in tend to go to the Chicago convention. The movement for the nomination of Klihu Root for the presidency, launched Friday night by a statement bearing the signatures of 74 prominent Republican'. i supported bv Robert liai'on, former I member of Colonel Roosevelt's cabinet, ami one of his closest friends. In a statement published Saturday Mr. Bacon says: "My tirat choice is Klihu Root; my second choice Theodore Roovelt." certainly stir up a hornet's nest of pro tests in Congress and, presumably, from the country. Some claimed to scent disquiet some where in the sudden return Saturday of the Mayflower from the lower Potomac. The president had sailed away Friday for a week-end voyage. Hut apparently the rough weather of snow and sleet was the cause of the president's return. Sure i.. : o..i. ...fv.nv t.-i,;..i. j I 111 Bill. II rtin,, null II l "III ibi-is I." continue over Mimiay mere -oukl oe no special pleasure cruising on Chesapeake bay. The House had another day of dillv- IT'S YOUR LIVER! YOU'RE BILIOUS, HEADACHY, SICK! Don't Stay Constipated with Breath Bad, Stomach Sour or a Cold F. C. TANNER RE-ELECTED Writing from Rock Island, Illinois, a grateful mother says: "I miss Father lohn'a Medicine when I am out of it "more than anything ele from my medi cine chest. I have it on hand summer and winter. I give it to my two dril lren, whose picture,, are nlinwn. I hope ht other mothers may learn to know its value as I have." (Signed) Mrs'. (;. 11. Biehl. 1004 Kleventh awnue. Thousands of mothers know from ex perience the value of Father .1. din's Med icine a a tissue and strength builder at this time of year. It is all pure and noiesonie nourishment, which tlie sys tem easily take up and changes into fighting strength to ward off dis, use. Because it doc not contain sholird or dangerous drtitf. Father .lohn'a Mc,l mi ls safe for children, as well older people. (Jet wlmt you call for. - .Vi. Bell-asms Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all drugrists. To Head New York G. 0. P. Known as Hughes Supporter. I New York, April 10. Responding fo : pleas that a crisis confronts both the Republican party and the country, and .t.VW "mwwiwvv. that the national situation ought to tak - H I 1 - - c . 1 .., . . , w ; precedence. ocr lucuonHt aispuies. me i newly elected Republican state commit tee, at a meeting ."aiuruiiy to enevt or ganization, re-elected as chairman Fred erick C. Tanner of New York City. The result was regarded by the chairman's friends as adding strength to the move ment favoring Supreme Court Justice Charli" K. Hughes for the presidency and toward h reiiominat ion for Governor Charles S. Whitman. Mr. Tanner's supporters placed this in- tirprctation iinn his re-election lieeauc! of the fact that State Senator Charles j W. W'ii ks of I'tica. his defeated rival.' v put forward by William Harnes of Albmy. I'nited Staf.es Senator .lames W. Wa!soiih. State Senator Klou R. I!ron and others who favored the nomi nation of l.hhu Root at the Chii-atro con vent 'n. The Tanner faction supported the IhiL'hea movement. Enjoy Life! Liven Your Liver and Bow els To-night and Feel Fine Suffrage Leaders Will Support Tarty Willing to Back Suffrage Legislation. Washington, April 10. The Congres sional I'nion for Woman Suffrage an nounced Saturday a. suffrage conven tion in ChuaC' during the first week in June, v hen the Remb!kfln, and Progres sive partiM are holding their netional conventions. The declared purpose of the convention is to determine behind which party they will put the 4. ,000 ,000 votes the leaders say they have. The union wishes a constitutional suf frage amendment, ai d Washington lend ers Saturday said the support of the 4.00(1,1X10 would I cirered to the party that shows willingness to beck such leg islation. Twentv three suffrage advo cates left yesterday in a specie' err for a tour of 12 spates where the women vote, and . ill uive that re vcf entatives be sent fo ('hit-ago. The 'it big rally ing point of the tour will be "hicigo and the last Salt Lake Cit f. Try This at Home To-day Go to your clothes closet and collect everything yoli've been wearing this winter. Take all the clothes tera good light, look them over carefully those old suits you're so fond of. Then think about your business, who you have to see, the men who call on you. Think of the hours after bus iness when, you want to look right. Then look at them again. A trip to this store is the natural sequel. Moore & Owens Barre's Leading Clothiers Barre, Vermont FARM LAND VALUES UP. Increasing By Leaps and Bounds, Ac cording to Figures. Washington, April 10. Farm land val ues are increasing almost by leaps and bounds. Figures made public Saturday by the demrtment of agriculture show that values for the United States, taken as a whole, increased per cent in the past four years and ll.o last year. 1 he figures are based upon reports from the department's field agents. The value of farm lands, without improvements, is estimated at $45.oO per acre, compared with $40.85 a year ago; .$40.31 two years isgo; $,'18.10 tliree years ago, and ,:i(5.23 four years ago. Increases have been general with one or two notable excep tions in the Northwest. The exceptional increases of last year arc attributed in part to the reaction in the South following last year's tempo rary depression and to the stimulus of war prices, particularly of grain. The percentage increases in the past year by sections are: North Atlantic states. JO; eastern part of north central states, 12; south Atlantic, states, 19; south central states, 11; and the far western states, 11. No Need for Higher Tariff After War Says Underwood. In the April American Magazine is an interview with Oscar W. Underwood, au thor of the present war tariff: "'To talk of our needing a higher tariff to meet after-war conditions has no merit beyond being political argu ment," declares Senator Underwood with smiling calmness. "Instead of lower wages in Europe, it is possible that in many lines of in dustry wages will be higher. Obvious ly fewer men will return to their jobs than left the jobs to go to war. This will tend to boost wages, and with wage.i higher there will be less difference than heretofore in the labor cost of production here and abroad. " 'Morever, there will not be the fa cilities for manufacturing the goods for export that there were before the war. In Belgium, for example, may factor ies arc entirely destroyed. The organ ization is destroyed also. "'In all the belligerent countries the great work of restoring things to nor ma le conditions will doubtless require their chief attention and energy for a long time. The bulk of their manufac tures will be required for their own use, suplemented by much that , they must obtain from us. The balance of trade will be in our favor.' ''. WORK WHILE YOU SLEEPJ AN ECHO OF '98. Spanish Prisoners' Bodies To Be Trans ferred for Removal to Spain. Washington, April 10. Rear Admiral Knight, hettd of the naval war college. Saturday was designaU-d to represent the navy department Wednesday when the bodies of the 31 Spanish prisoners, formerly buried on Seavc;i Island N. If., are transferred to the transport Al mirante l.obo at the Portsmouth navy yard for removal to Sain. The sailor. members of Admiral ( ervera fleet, were wounded and captured bv the United State in the battle of July 3, 1S0H, and died in the naval hospital at Portsmouth. The Spanish government will be repre sented at the ceremonies Wednesday by Colonel Don Nicholas Uretillu, military attache of the Spanish embassy. i SEEK TO BUY OIL LAND. j Farmers in South Hadley Getting Offers from Speculators, rst. Mm... April 10. G. 0. P. LEADERS AT CHICAGO. "Useless to Talk of 1912," Says Senator Harding. Chicago. April 111. Republican leaders from various section of the country met at Chicago Saturday night at the Ap pomattox day fwnquet of the Hamilton club. Among the strikers were Senator Warren 'I. Ilardini! of Ohio, named Friday To-night sure! Remove the liver and as temporary chairman of the Republi bovvel iKiison which is keeping your head ican national convention; Senator L. V. di7.?y, your tongue coated, breath offen- Sherman of Illinois and former Senator i ve and stomach sour. Don't stay bil- K. .1. Jvurkett of Nebraska, ious, sick, headachy, constipated and full I Senator Harding, responding to the of cold. Why don't you get a box ofitoa.t. "looking Forward." extolled Re Cascarets from the drug store now ? Fat j publicanim and predicted a speedy re one or two to-night and enjoy the nicest, turn of Republiin dminitr-.tion. if i gentlest liver and lmwcl cleansing you 'the disruption of the party he said: It' ever experienced. on will wake up feel- : u i" iik oi im;:. 1 nat rattier ing fit and fine. Cacaret nver gripe forget it for the next four years and let or bother vou all the next day, like calo- nation wearied anew by the Domocrat mel. salts and pills. They Hct gently but ; ' rr,.v J"'" ' '""r yeu.ro of happy t Imrmii'hlv. Mothers tdmnM I'ive cross, i furcet t me. l.very c-sential of the Rc- sick. bilious or feverish cbildren a whole (ascaret unv time. They are haruile-.. A Safe Hit "Roll Your Own" Millions of baseball fans in America are veteran "Bull" Durham smokers, because fresh rolled "Bull" Durham 'cigarettes afford them the same lively pleasure, "pep" and rapid-fire enjoyment as the great national pastime. 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