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THE HAHIIK DAILY TIMES, RARRE, VT.. MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1910.
BETHEL The Key to Your Home Separated from home by county or continent standing on Broadway or 'longside a water-tank close at your hand is the key to your home. WESTERN UNION keys start your Day Letters and Night Letters on their way. Your "All's Well" message reaches home before the mail train gets up steam. Low rates for many words. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. WEST TOPSHAM. Wanted: .10,000 dozen fresh eggs, Bring them in any quantity, largo or small, and we will pay casli for game Barre Creamery. ASK FOR and GET HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Cheap substitutes cost YOU same price. The Larger Your Ambition, the greater tlie need of protection for yourself and your family. The greater the mental alertness the greater the in trinsic! value and lienee the greater the loss. Insure your ahilitv. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Mallard, general agent, Rialto building, Montpe lier, Vt. WASHINGTON. Miss E. Pearl Ralph Sprained Ankle in Baseball Game. A iMaelttll game near J. II. fia Hand's Iioiish lust Saturday between a team of teacher unci high school girls and a teuni of third and fourth urade boy was marred bv an accident to Miss K. Pearl Ralph, who sprained an ankle while run niug bases and had to be carried from the Held. By riding back and forth she exH't to be able to do her work tins week as teacher of the seventh and eighth grades. V. S. Jewell. Bennett O. Johns, Ilule Richards and .lames Boss have gone to (Yineord, N. II., to work for the Jvew England Gmnite company. Rev. J. C. la.elton of Barnard, who has been appointed to serve the Meth odisfc church in Brownsville, preached in that church yesterday, returning to-day to finish packing, hoping to be ready to move his family to-morrow. II. J. Snow and Mrs. Klla Willey of Sharon were here last Saturday to see Mrs. Ilanmih (Bowen) Snow on her Oi'th anniversary. Airs. Snow was first the wife of Stephen S. Bimell, who died in Thetford and after his death was mar ried to Julius Snow, who died in Sharon. Miss Lucy Washburn is here from Mjtmtelair, N. J., for the Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. B. If. Joy and children of Richford have been visiting at Fred llliameon 8 una with relatives in Roy- alton. Miss fiertrude Oilman is bookkeeping for the liethel iTinting company. Iroduecrs of maple sugar report a good run of sap last week. Snow fell almost onstantly yesterday and another good run is expected. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen Rogers and their son, Burnham, of South Randolph, visited former neighbors here last Sat urday. ROCHESTER Wanted: 30,000 dozen fresh eggs Bring them in any quantity, large or small, and we will pay cash for same, IWre Creamery. "BIRDLAND" LECTURE-RECITAL HOW TO IDENTIFY THE BIRDS BY THEIR SONGS EDWARD AVIS BIRD MIMIC WHISTLER VIOLINIST BARRE OPERA HOUSE, TUESDAY, APRIL 11 at 8 O'clock Auspices Barre Woman's Club ... PROGRAM ... ILLUSTRATED WITH COLORED LANTERN SLIDES A MEADOW TRIO Miss Mabel MeCray has returned to her school in St. .lolmsbtiry, after spend ing a week at her home here. Frank Wilson has gone to Ottawa, Can., in the interests of the Realty com pany. The Rochester band gave another con cert last Friday evening, followed by a dance and sugar partv. The band lit making good progress and the townspeo ple, are always ready to help with their patronage. The recipts were over $50. Sugarmakers report rather a poor sea son and the syrup and sugar not as good as usual. Judge Edgerton was in Woodstock last week. Carroll Wiley has sold his house in Talcville to Mrs. James Mcftowan. Rev. H. A. Lincoln is in Washington, I). C, hoping to hcnet: his health. Miss Clendine Jiitll. who has a position in New Bedford. Mass., spent the Easter vacation at her home here. Mis Carrie Towne of Waterbury will fissist Miss J. E. Hall during the spring cason of millinery. This Store Sells Quaker Ranges with Greatest - Satisfaction! It doesn't take long to tell tho reason why. Wo Know for a ccr jtainty just what the neve Quaker owner is going to tell us as soon as the first test comes. Day in and out, if you .were to visit our Uango Department, you would hear just such exclamations as these. " What a fine baker" "How long the fire lasts" "My, but ;the oven does .wonders" -"Mother had a Quaker and so did grand-, mother." Can't vou see that there is satisfaction written in every one p . 1 1 ' oi tnese expressions, anu 11 a satisfied customer is not thej best advertisement for an$ business, what is? V. J " I best advertisement for am? Ml&l T LM rJM "Wf The Quaker Range kWKKlA Ata. CW. Averill & CoS Wil Barre. Vermont. tW WATERBURY THE MORNING CONCERT Violin and Bird Songs Scene : Early dawn in the New England woods. Stories of the Birdi: The Veery. A Robin Courtship. Sonir Sparrow. White-throated Sparrow. Wood Thrushes' Evening Concert. The Hermit Thrush. WOODLAND ECHOES Junco. Maryland Yellow-throat. Yellow Warbler. Oven-bird. Chestnut-sided Warbler- Vesper Sparrow. Field Spar row. TWILIGHT HYMNS Violin and Whistling Spotted Sandpiper. Hooded Warbler. Chewink. White-eyed Vireo. THE CANARY'S SONG Violin and Whistling A Whip-poor-will Concert. Cardinal Gros beak. Mradowlark. Bobolink. Meadowlark, Bobolink and Robin The Imitative Catbird. Yellow-breasted Chat. Purple Finch. Indigo Bunting. THE WOOD PEWEE'8 80NG Violin and Whistling Chickadee. Phoebe. Baltimore Oriole. White-breasted Nuthatch. Carolina Wren. Red-winged Blackbird. A NOONDAY CONCERT Wrens, Bh'-kui Is and Sparrow Brown Thrasher. Scarlet Tanagrr. Roce- breasted Grosbeak. Screech OwL. NOCTURNAL SOUNDS Whip-poor-will, Pewee, Screech Owl, Cricket. Toad and Frog. Violin and Whistling. Bluebird. Red-eyed Vireo. Warbling Vireo. Yellow-throated Vireo. Solitary Vireo. Crested Flycatcher. THE MOCKINGBIRD Violin and Whistling VESPER SONGS Finale. Admission Adults, 13c; School Children, 10c HANCOCK Mrs. G. R. Church viaited her daugli er, Mrs. John Aldrich of .Rochester, last week. Henry Curtis is working for Arthur Brooks during sugaring. Sydney Unities of Hetliel visited his brother, John Huttles, last week. Silas Manning is working for Will Maiming in Rochester. Miss Leah Ulair, who has been with her sistei", Mrs. Charles Church of Rix-hes-ter, has returned home. Miss Lola Kilield visited lier friend, Miss Rhoda Hubbard of Granville, re cently. Silas Dumas, who has been working for Frank Whittier, has gone to his home in Addison. CHICKENS What are you going to feed them? The most scien tific and successful poultrymen do not worry any more about this question: They feed Wirthmore Chick Feed. Wirthmore is made and sold in one grade only the best. Absolutely no dust or hulls. Ask us for valuable booklet on poultry matters. R. L. Clark PLAINFIELD Sugar Makers Do you have trouble in getting a glue that will stick the labels on your sugar pails? We have something that will "stick to stay" every time. A trial will convince you. A. V. BECK LEY 'Phone 2S9-W Drown'i Drug, store) 46 Main Street The last number of the lecture course will be given Tuesday evening, April 11. This attraction deserves the patronage of ever citizen of 1'Iainficld. Aliss Garee Sage is one of the leading exponents of play reading now before the American public. Mie will read 'Teg o" My Heart." Jn this there are heart interest, dramatic moments and best of all some extremely funny situations, which convulse an au dience. Miss Sage makes every charac ter vivid. She is not only a giftedhr tist but a charming personality. Make a special effort to be present. You will have a rare treat and incidentally show j an interest in having a lecture course in your town. The committee have worked hard mid deserve your hearty support. Dean S. Fullerton Elected Town Clerk to Succeed Himself. The special town meeting? Saturday afternoon resulted in the election of Dean S. Fullerton to succeed himself as town clerk of Waterbury. Mr. Fuller ton is a native of the town, was educat ed in the public schools, graduated from the liurlington high school and took a sfiecial course of a yenr at the Univer sity of Vermont. For the past eight years he has been assistant town clerk under his father, the late James K. Ful-I lertnn. At his death. Dean KHillerton was appointed town clerk by the select-! men pending the election. Through these years of work as assistant, the present clerk has become thoroughly conversant with the affairs of the office and the elec tion seems very .fitting. Congratulations were extended to him. CABOT The following is the report of the Cabot Cow Testing association for the month ending April 6: Number of herds, 31; total cows in test, 513; total pounds milk, 2.")j.4)!; average test, 4.48; butter teat, ll,4o7.2 pounds; value, $4,400.53; cost of roughage, ?l.4.7.71; cost grain, l,3;U.Hi; Utai cost, $2.79.61; protit, 1.610.".i.2. Figuring hay at $10 per ton. silage at $4 per ton, grain at cot, and butter fat at price received, which av eraged 3!Mc per pound, the average of the 513 rows, including 53 dry cows, is: Milk, 4!8 pounds: butter fat. 22.3 pounds; value, S5H; cost roughage, fJ.fM; cwt grain, $-a?; total cost, $".; profit, $3.14. S. A. Chandler, tester. A. IT. Smith, who has been ill with laryngitis, is able to lie out. John Fowler remains very ill. Sumner Stearns, rural carrier on route 1, is taking part of his route, after be ing at home because of illness. The quarantine has been removed from the home of Jerome Hart, where Miss Glenna Little of Favston has been iiW with scarlet fever. The condition of Judge Hunt lev re mains about the same. Murder On the High Seas. . When a merchant vessel loaded with civilians is torpedoed without warning or chance of esrape the barbarism is the same whether the passenger ami crew are Americans or of other nationalities. If it is an offense against humanity to sink a ship that carries Americans it is equally an offense to sink a ship that carries civilian .Migiisiimcn or rrencii- men or (Jermmis. Americans have m special protection under international law. If the (ierinan adiiuniltv has mur dered our citizens on the high seas ,11 lias more numerously murdered the citi zens of other nation. Our civilians have no greater right to their lives than have other civilians. The main incident of the German ad miralty is not that it has slaughtered Americans, but that it has offended against the luws of humanity. It has not been the practice of our government to protest except when our citizens were ittaeked. We may not expect our rights in size in the union. Its length from north to south is 4S4 miles, its width 321 miles, and its area 10',i,821 square miles. The history of Nevada is chiefly the history of her mines. Since the discov ery of the Comstock lode and other fa mous ore bodies periods of activity and prosperity have alternated with periods of depression. Each discovery of high grade ore in noteworthy quantities has been followed by rapid settlement in that locality and the establishment of one or more tow us. In 18!)(M$!3 a sharp decline in the price of silver initi ated or accompanied a period of depres sion in Nevada s mining iMid general in dustrial prosperity. Sillw is so impor tant a resource of the state that to a large extent even now her prosperity depends upn the market for that metal. Of late years, however, an increased pro duction of gold, copper, and recently of j platinum has accompanied a gradual and . it is hoped, substantial industrial prog-j US6 FOF Over 30 YeaFS rcss. i ermaneni towns nae grunu up Imports in Vermont District Increase. The total amount of imports in the Vermont customs district at St. Albans during the pat month was $2.1 21,502, a considerable increase over the month of March a year ago. The exports amount ed to $0,741,889, nearly three times tliat of March last year. The total duties collected were $15,770.03. Dunne March, 1H15, the imports amounted to $1,(119,873, the exports to $2,974,878, and the duties collected amounted to $7,539.0X1. Testimonial. Ananias Is the Junction house a good hotel ? Job Why. I wouldn't even lodge a complaint there. Jack o' Lantern. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children and agriculture and related pursuits ar.; Always bears to be respected if the rights of others 1 becoming firmly established.-Overland are disregarded w ith our consent. It j Guidebook, bulletin 012, C. S. G. S. j Signature ol w ill seem to many as if the administra- . ... - . - . ... VERMONT LIVESTOCK REPORT Wall Paper Announr ment BEGINNING MARCH io WE SHALL GIVE A to PER CENX. DISCOUNT ON ALL SPOT CASH SALES ON WALL PAPER UNTIL APRIL i We hare a fine line to select from, and all lfl poods direct frrm he fac torits. A few patterns of 1915 goods left and on sale at 20 cr cent, discount. C. A. Heath 04 North Main Street, Over Lander's Cijit Store Tel 35-W What to Do for Itching Skins PERRY & NOONAN UNEXCELLED FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Hospital Ambulance Sfrric ODUlAtlU AAD UCSXtD miUOl MTOT L. Btltt There is usually immediate relief for ikins itching, burning and disfigured by jcierca. ringworm, or similar torment ing skin-trouble, in a warm bath with refcinol fu-ap and a simple sppbcatioa of rrejnol ointment. The woothinr. hel ing rcsincl medica tion stops itching at once, and aoc.ii dears away all trace of eruption, even in severe and stut.fm un: the trouble is d;ie to some serious iMTttal disorder. YM r,i twvej- hesitate tj u rei ro!. It is a d tor prew-rtption has t-u ul y other phtsi, mn f.ir tr.T year in the trratmVnt of skin f.xti.wa. It euntains st- lutdr nota r? thst could injure the tradrrcrt ;n. Fr-ry drnenst s41s reoinol cmt CTt and Mintl ,". Rinol op a tr- tetsdrr siint anj be!p t rp r T o,f l. r,-T, fr-ii arl s-rty. Urause it contains tius rvart4 great rljUva. Together with That of New Hampshire, Prepared By U. S. Bureau. Washington. D. C, April 10. The Ver mont and New Hampshire crop and live stock report for April, as compiled by the bureau of crop estimates, is as fol lows: New Hampshire. Hogs Losses from disease p.it year. 2.1 per cent; 10 year average, 2.0 per cent. Cattle losses from disease past year, 1.1 per cent; 10-year average, 0.1 per cent. Losses from exposure past year, 0.1 per cent; 10-year average, 0.3 per cent. Sheep Ixsseg fnun disease past year. 0.8 per cent; 10-year average, 2.2 per cent. Loss from exposure past year, 0.1 per cent; 10-year average, l.u per cent. Horse and Mules Ixisses from disease tion has made a grave mistake in as suming that what happens is none of our business, provided our citizens cs eaje. This policy has robbed our pro tests of a large part of their moral force We should not uppear to be pleading for special privileges or immunities. Knight errantry is not yet fashion able among nation". Yet it has uses. It is well to associate the defense of our citizens with the support of the general rights of mankind. The ocean bottom is strewed with the bones of several thousand persons who have been senl to their death in defiance of international law. If we assert that murder occurred when Americans were the victims we must also assert that murder was com mitted when men, women and children of other nations are the ictims. Mn of military age on a captured ship can be held as prisoners, but civilized wi;r does not recognize the right to give no quarter. Not since Alva curried 011 whole-ale butchery in the Netherlands has there been Mich i-t:rk barbarity as lias mntked this war. New York Glbe. -j Nevada Famous as Mining State. j Nevada is a Spanish word meaning 'snowy" or "while as mow." and the Tia nip ,f t La st:it. m -i Jiiriif.it fr.itit t lie past year 1.2 per cent; 10 year average. si,.rn Nrva,,a. Milte rankj MX,h 1.6 per cent. ; j Vermont. PARK THEATRE Vermont's Best Photoplay House Matinee, 2:15 and 3:30TeI. 6 1 3-W Evening, 7 and 8:30 TO-DAY Paramount Presents Geraldine Farrar in ' "CARMEN" AIm the Bray cartoon, "FARMER ALFALFA'S CATASTROPHE," snd s rood romedr. "THE BfBBI.ES AND THE BARBER" This fealaro U bring- rrpeatrd br murt and will bo ihown at oar rerulsr price Attrnd Iho Mtin Sperisl Manic Tuesday, April 11 V. L. S. E. PRESENTS KATHLYN WILLIAMS AND TYRONE POWERS IN "THOU SHALT NOT COVET" Alt Two ComcdiM. "DAD'S COLLEGE WIDOW PLAYERS" If yoa liked "Tho Romit, tork, nd "PANSY POST PROTEAU "The Ialand of Rcrnrrmliott," and "Kraa- thrn bo ftare to mw this frotaro, a it U another V. L. S. E. wondrr plT. IJalcony 5c, Orchestra 10c Daily Change of Program Rye Condition April 1 this vcar. !! per cent; 10 year average April 1 condi tion. !'4 per cent. Hgs Ijosm-k from disease past year. 2." ier cent; 10-ycir average, 'J.l per cent. Cattle losses from disease past year. 1.1 per rent; lo-year average. I per cent. lss from erwure pt year. 0.2 per cent; 10 year average. KJ3 er cent. Sheep Iws from disease past jear. Ift fer rent; lo year averace. 2:2 per rent. Ixoes from exposure pa-st war 0.2 per rent; 10 yer average, 0.3 pt r lent. lfrc and Mules - !. trnm d et-e pt jear. 1.0 per cent ; l' vear average. I . per cent. Ia Darkest AlzHtnij. ''Sov. Alilsnn i a ,irv stjte, i-ti't it "-nre." "WT.y, my dwr, wlin I was tiene I so rterJ pjto K mere irtKat-eJ ' nf etre. tr tt ( IK- ' -f tl-t onfal c-ttoo j u t. S ir 1 STOHflCH UPSET 7 Get at the Real Cause Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That's vt at thnunands of stomach n;f ferers are doing no. n.ipl of lakirns tr.nirs. or tnlr.e to r-i' h up a rr ttin, ther are litta kins tlie rmJ cause ef t?-e i!ent cloppl liver and disnrritre.1 Is .wets. rr. i:.Jwar5s CVHva Tat.lets arouse the liver In a f-.'thinp. teailtjr war. WTiei t.' e liver anl bowels art rerfnrmlne- their tiattiral furc?lir., away r ln-l.f stion an'l slom.L h ireut-iea. If j-'iti I -'.if a 1 1 1 t.iste Jn yur m"ii' t.-nrae co.:. I, ?;-.' I-sr, Urv, J.-r,"t-re feelm. ro a- 'V. n or fp-fv. ?ryi t iej w'.Xtl ui.... i f '.. J--.ll .-..'. tk :iv Tat.i'to. I(;'t .vi!(.,fr,;- I t. i: :it T..t -o ft p ;-,V tCta-' ei--e :-l rr:t-l i!h e-7)v e:L wl'l brew thjr ,'tr r- r Ttee o the trork w irfrat ir'i lC. criTTir'a ct t ain Tii ct ti ft t- ; f-r frs'-t re!-.f. r yv f of, eat ,r t k.e... At 1 ar.l t'c rT Ail inn nt Ctiltrm Tkk owmm. I m l 1 fW PAVILION THEATRE .Monday, April 10 PATHE TRESEXTS "JACKIE SAUNDERS" IN "ADVENTURES OF A .MADCAP" A beautitul hand-colored American drama Also "HUMBLE GUISE," a two reel feature, and a swell comedy, "ALL DOLLED UP" Tuesday, April 11 MUTUAL Helen Holmes ia the seventh episode of "THE GIRL AND THE CAME" "SPIKE'S AWAKENING," a senes of thnlU in every episode And ott-t big features rsrinnine Monday, April 10, Matinee Price Will Ie 3c to AH NIGHT TRICES Cfeiliren, jc; Aaotts, ioc Matinee Daily at :i$ X'iH at 7:00 and