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THE BAItRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913.
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PILLS BAY RUM BOTTLE WTTCH HAZEL, PINT WOOD ALCOHOL, TINT HARTSHORN'S COUGH SYRUP SEIDLITZ POWDERS SCHENCK'S PILLS GETS-IT EFF, SODIUM PHOSPHATE Our 1.00 55 55 .50 .80 1.00 55 1.00 .25 55 .50 1.00 .75 5.1 .20 55 55 55 55 1.00 Prlo .69 .19 .20 .St 39 .69 .19 .69 21 39 69 .tfO .25 25 25 .35 .17 15 .19 .19 .19 .19 .85 See Our SMIUfe . Goods Special Seamless Water Bottles ' - $1.35 Bottle for $1.07, This Week A guaranteed Bottle for Fountain Syringes Water Bottles . . . . . w Combinations 69c ..97c $2.25 . .49c $2.35 .$U5 $35 Sanitaire Ladies' Syringe The neW whirling spray $2.50 guaranteed Real Rubber Nipples We have a complete stock of Nipples at ' 5c and 10c each ' At v tore The Home of &?c Brattlebor'o, Nov. 7. Arthur Kings- ley, the Whitingham farmer who disap peared from home last week Thursday afternoon, returned, or was returned, early yesterday morning. He failed to reoognire his, wife and it was thought that he was under the influence of some drug. Dr. Gordon of Jacksonville, who saw the man in the forenoon, expressed it as his opinion that the man had been doped. It was at 4:40 o'clock in the morning that Mrs. Kingsley was aroused by per sistent rapping at the door. When she had partially dressed sue went to the door and there was tier nusband but she saw no one else. She got him undressed and put to bed. Ilia clothes Showed no Indication of hav ing been exposed unduly to the weather and he was evidently not sulfering from exposure. The only mark on his body was a scratch on the back of the neck which the physician said had nothing to do with Ins condition. When Dr. Gordon arrived lie pro nounced the man in a serious condition from dope of some kind and said that he would return later. Mr. Kingsley re mains in a comatose condition in bed and is considered by hi family and the physician to be m a critical condition. The circumstances surrounding this disappearance and the unexpected return of Mr. Kingsley are expected to lead to some developments that will startle the I)eerfield valley. Incidentally it would appear that Carl Perry, who has been regarded with suspicion because of the fact that he was the last to be seen with Kingsley, is exonerated from all blame. Topics of the Home and ' Household. GIRL PICKS GIFT FOR MISS WILSON Miss Genevieve Clark Entrusted with Mission by House of Representatives. New York, Nov. 7.-Miss Genevlpve (lark, daughter of Speaker Champ Clark, is here to select the wedding present which the House of Representatives is to give Miss Jessie Wilson, daughter of the president. No "Showers" Desired. Ufghan plotters BLOWN FROM THE Hf fkTTTTTQ rYP C A TMTSIfVN 'Nine Ringleaders In Unsuccessful . Con spiracy Against Reigning Ameer Are Executed at Kabul. . Allahabad, British India, Nov. 7. Nine ringleaders of an abortive plot recently discovered against the reigning Ameer of Afghanistan, Ilabibullah Khan, have been executed at Kabul, the Afghanistan cap ital. The conspirators were blown from tiie mouths of cannon. Corsets, comfortable place to buy them second floor, at Vaughan's. . Common Drinking Cups. Owing to the energetic action of the United States public health service and the activities of the various state boards of health, the common drinking cup is rapidly disappearing. It is not known to many that the danger of infection by this vehicle was recognized so long ago as the fourteenth century, when it was discovered to be instrumental in the dif fusion of the plague. The Catholic church directed its abandonment for a time. The records of the Protestant church at Bopflngen in Wjiretteinberg mention in the inventory "one small gold plated cup for the sick and one tin cup for infected persons," and these tin cups appear in the inventory as late as 1832. During an epidemic in Strassburg in 1564 individual communion cups were suggested by professor of theology to You'll be prouder than ever of your r flBf woocwork when you clean it with jf You'll be prouder than ever of your woodwork when you clean it with QQLB BUST It quickly dissolvps and removes all dhif and grease, and cjeans everything. t 5c and larger packages. f rue MR. ffllRRANK co" PY CHICAGO "Lft thm COLD DUST TWIKS rfo !!-, )'! HU.J J" prevent the propagation of disease by this medium. ' The suggestion that communion cups may become the source of infection with dangerous dist-ases was first made in America by Dr. Terry in 1887, and Dr. Forbes presented to the Rochester Path ological society in 1894 evidence obtained by the microscope of contaminating ma terial from the mouth and clothing. lie traced to a common drinking cup an epi demic of diphtheria affecting 24 families. A bacteriological examination of dregs in a communion cup used by many showed tubercle bacilli. In the munici pal laboratory of Chicago 20 cups were examined last year taken from schools hotels, railway stations and department stores. The rims showed germs of pneu monia six times, pus germs 20 tnncH, diphtheria in two. Of guinea pigs into which this material was injected, six became very ill and two died, one from typical diphtheria. On the other hand the examination of mouthpieces in lung testing machines a : amusement resorts revealed only harm less organisms. The examination ot : mouthpieces of telephones undertake!' under the direction of the postniastoi general of Great Britain revealed no tu bercular bacilli, despite the fact that they were continued for one year and in cluded examination of telephones usoi by pationti in a hospital for ennsump tives. It may be safely inferred that no other dieae producing germs wouh' find lodgment upon the speaking tub. of a telephone. This positive result miv prove a comfort to those who are con stantly in dread of contracting disease t l. : i I . . rum mi iinirii unpfi inHirument. j Many states and cities have legislat- ' ed auainst the common drinking cup in public places, but only Colorado -hnl South Dakota had specially applied the law to churches tip to August, 1912. A simple expedient that obviates the ! danger of infection when only a. com-' mon tumbler is available is to" drink bv inserting both lips within the fjlasn anJ press the dry rim in oontsct with the! dry skin. New York 8un. j Washington, Nov. 7. There will be no ante-nuptial "showers" for Miss Jessie Wilson. Linen, kitchen and similar "showers" are not desired, it was learned yesterday., Several entertainments for the bridal party are planned, however. Mrs. Jo sephine Daniels, wife of the secretary of the navy, will give the first of these, Nov. 13, at Single Oak, the Daniels' sub urban home. Wives of the postmaster general, secretary of state and secretary of the treasury also plan entertainment before the weddug, Nov. 25. The White House social secretary yes terday refused to state Whether a bridal cake would be provided in the White House kitchen. . Mint for cooking purposes may be grown in glass jars in the kitchen win dow. , ; , j 1 Paint window screens white if you wish them to make it difficult for people to see in. . If lace curtains are very much soiled they should be soaked lor 'l Hours be fore washing. Never grease pie pans as the short ening in the pie crust will grease them and save using any other. Try putting the leaves of garden tan sy in a muslin bag, soak in boiling water a few minutes, then apply to the . seat of pain in neuralgia. ...,.,... Vaseline applied to the eyebrows at night will stimulate the growth of them. It is a good thing to keep a tiny eye brow brush and use it every day, train ing the hair carefully. The brushing stimulating the hair roots. To clean suede shoes put the shoes on shoe trees, but if you do not possess these stuff the shoes with soft paper. Then rub well with, a. rag. moistened with spirits of turpentine. When .this is finished place the shoes in the air to dry and no smell of turpentine will re- About Soaps. , The wise housewife, . before going away for the summer lays in a supply of soap, and, removing the wrappers, piles the cakes, lattice-fashion, on the floor of the storeroom or attic, on a shelf in a drjvwarm place. The soap will go twice as far if it is allowed to ripen, than if used when soft and green. In selecting soaps, remember that the soaps made with borax are not so hard on the skin as those made without. One should have some cakes of the naphtha soap, too, for this soap is excellent to use with cold water. In using soap for washing purposes, it is well to make it into a jelly. A bar of soap may be shaped or cut into small pieces and then covered with boiling water and allowed to. simmer until it is soft. If borax soap is not used, add a little of the powdered borax m mak mg the soap jelly. Buttermilk in AU of These. MILLIONS FOR CANAL PIN MONEY. A Bill for $37,000 for the Finishing Touches To Goethals'Pet Washington, Nov. 7. Nearly 837,000, 000 worth of "finishing touches" are to be made upon, the Panama canal next year, if Colonel Ooethals' recommenda tions made to the House committee on appropriations yesterday are approved. While the waterway itself is now prac tically finished, storehouses, drydocks, coal stations and machine shops have not yet been constructed. The Souvenir Fiend. "Astronomers say that the Great Dip per will disappear within 2.820 years." "It will disappear before that if aerial travel is perfected and a souvenir liend travels that way." Houston 1'ottt. til THE VELVET DENTIFRICE BURRILL'S TOOTH POWDER Absolutely Pure Cleanses Perfectly Extremely Fin in Texture MOST Pleasant to Taste ciela wl;t tBtj, hd teeth rtialt tnm the coutsat sm ( BuriU's-Its ninth. isitiiU listen in th ssoethloa after asiag For tie food ( ywteeta DEMAND BURRILL'S TOOTH POWDER Etrl lam 1HL U. .. Bwnll Comic Top wkkk Kmli wute 25 i1 tca."y' e r-V"'e HtKI 15 CI HIS t !!!, new england Laboratory co. LTHN.MASS. The following recipes should all be made with buttermilk, though butter and sour milk may be used. Blueberry Shortcake Put a quart of sweetened blueberries into a deep bak ing dish. Sift together two cupfuls of flour, half a teaspoonful of salt and a level teaspoonful each of cream of tartar and soda, and mix with two tablespoon- nils of sour cream and buttermilk enough to make a cupful of soft dough. btir lightly and quickly and drop in spoonfuls over the blueberries. Hake in a quick oven and serve hot with cream, tor t richer cake use equal quantities of sour cream and buttermilk, save writer in Country Gentleman. Peaches, apples or other fruit may be substituted for the blueberries. Brown Bread Mix two cupfuls of buttermilk, half a cupful of molasses, half a teaspoinful of corn meal and a cup ful each of graham and wheat flour. Beat well, pour into a greased mold, cov er closely and steam for three hours. Sifted bran, finely ground outmeal, buck wheat or flour may be uqed with equally satisfactorv results. Another change may be made by adding half a cupful of chopped dates, nuts or raisins. If the broad is desired for sandwiches use one cupful of cornmeal, one of gra- j ham flour or sifted bran, pne of rye or j buckwheat flour and one of wheat flour. : Pour into well-greased baking powder j cans, cover closely and steam one hour. Hits makes an excellent nne-graineil bread that can be sliced just as thin as desired. Johnny Cake Beat well two table spoonfuls of sour cream, one cupful of butermilk, half a cupful of sugar, one j egg, one ana one-nan cupiuis oi nour sifted with half a teaspoonful of salt, one teaspoonful each of cream of tartar and soda, and one and one-half cupfuls of cornmeal. Bake in shallow tins. Buckwheat or graham flour may be sub stituted for the cornmeal if preferred. Griddle Cakes Beat well one pint of buttermilk, half a teaspoonful of salt, one teaspoonful of soda and flour to make a thin batter. Bake a golden brown on a not-too-hot griddle. A mix ture of half buckwheat and half wheat flour makes especially delicious hotcakes. Serve with maple syrup. Cookies 'Mix one cupful of sour cream, half a cupful of buttermilk, one cupful of molaBses, Jone heaping tea spoonful of soda, half a teaspoonful tach of salt, ginger, cloves, cinnamon and extract of lemon and flour enough to roll. Cut in any desired shape, press a raisin or a square ot citron into the center of each and bake in moderate oven. When cold ice with an icing made of two tablespoonfuls of thin, sweet rreura and powdered sugar enough to thicken. This recipe is especially good for making animal or doll cookies for children. Waffles Mix one cupful of sour cream, one cupful of buttermilk, two scanty cupfuls of flour sifted with one small teaspoonful of soda and a pinch of salt, three well-beaten eggs. Beat well md bake all usual. Doughnuts Mix a third of a cupful of sour cream, one cupful of sugar, one egg, one cupful of buttermilk, one and one half teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar, one and one-fourth of soda, half a tea spoonful of salt, one teaspoonful of nut meg or cinnamon, or half a teaspoonful of each, as preferred, flour enough to roll. Fry in deep fat and drain on brown paper. . Gingerbread Beat well half a cupful of sour cream, one cupful of buttermilk, one cupful of sugar, one cupful of mo lasses, two and one-balf cupfuls of flour sifted with half a teaspoonful of salt ind one teaspoonful each of ginger, cin namon, cloves and allspice, two eggs, Bake in a rather quick oven. Dorothy Dexter. lillllllllllllllillllllM !e Homer Fittsck SSI Three women sat in a row in our shop last week, and all bought LA FRANCE. One said, " I can't find anything else that looks SO well for SO long a time". , Another said,"I couldn't be comfortable in anything else". The Third said, "I buy the best looking shoes I can get, and I've worn nothing but LA FRANCE for years." ho. 23 1 iscwpopulPlazasivle,madeupintunmetalIeather,withmattop. , SAW NAVY OFFICER KISS GOVERNESS Testimony of Negro Butler Causes Sen sation in the Walker Case. Newport, R. I., Nov. 7. Testimony to the effect that James W. G. Walker, formerly of the naval civil engineer corps,' kissed Miss Mabel M. Cochrane, a governess in the Walker home, was brought out yesterday in the trial of the divorce petition of Nina Walker, wife of the former lieutenant. Followintr medicul testimony of Wed nesday indicating that the wife's charge of misconduct with the young woman seemed trroundless, the story told On the stand yterday by Charles Slappey, a negro butler in "the Walker home at Charleston, S. C, caused a sensation. He swore he had seen Lieut. Walker kiss Miss Cochrane at the Charleston summer liome in 1!K)2 as she stood before a mir ror fixing her hair, and at other times he saw her sit in Walker's lap in the Walk er household. Too Young for Flattery. Kid repartee "I have the cutest little itten now," said Sylvia. "I held it last ight for an hour and it just looked up n my face all the time.' "Does it still live?" asked the boy next door. "Of course it still lives, smarty," said Sylvia, "Huh! It must have an awful strong constitution." Kansas City Star. The Foss Candidacy. Gov. Foss is a strange man," and no where has lie exhibited that strangeness more than in his defiance of all rule and precedent in his boldly asserted expecta tion of electing himself governor of Massachusetts without a party label, without expenditures and on a ten days' campaign. The supposition that this could be done was utterly ridiculous, and yet so stratified is our present social and industrial system that in the popu lation layers to which Foss particularly appealed many very intelligent men could be found who actually supposed that he would be elected, or at worst come in as second in the race. The vote of Avon, a thickly settled suburb of Brockton, brought to them convincing evidence that their fraction of the worlJ does not know how the other nine-tenths feels. Just three men in Avon took stock .in a candidate without a party, and their crosses probably represented accidents or-personal caprice in the bal loting. Fifty times as many men were there found voting for, the regular can dilate of the Democratic and the Pro gressive party. Though we are making great progress in political independence, we have not reached the stage of elect ing a man governor on such easy termi as Mr. Foss contemplated. . ; He has told some truths during the campaign, as he has done many good things as governor, f on which he will be pleasantly remembered, but he did not deserve re-election. The last man whom Massachusetts has honored with more than three years in the gubernatorial of fice waa the sainted John A. Andrew, For sharing the pedestal of fame witb him, our voters saw some slight deficien cies in Mr. Foss' equipment. Bostos Herald. AFTER SICKNESS OR OPERATION It is a pathetic mistake to accept drugs or alcoholic mixtures when nature craves nourishment to repair the wasted body and restore the vigor of health. For forty years the best physicians have relied on the wholesome predigested nourishment in SCOTTS EMULSION which is totally free from alcohol or opiates; Scott's Emulsion sharpens the appetite renews bloods nourishes nerves strengthens bones and restores the courage of health to make life bright. Scott's Emulsion sets in action the very forces that promote health. It purity, has stood the test of forty years. f! 8 ii 900 SALOON MEN FORCED OUT. Seady To Appeal Against "Dry" Law as Unconstitutional Cleveland, O., Nov. 7. Nine hundred saloonkeepers in Cleveland, who were re fused licenses by the new county com mission will be forced out of business on i Nov. 25 as a result, prepared yesterday to organize to contest the new law. It is said suit will be started in the federal court on the ground that the new law conflicts with a section of the federal constitution, providing against the t&king.of property without due proc ess of law. H $3.50 There's hardly a household or hamlet where "Queen Quality" Shoes are not worn or known. Travelers too. see the familiar "Queen Qua!ity"trade- mark sign in many foreign lands. What greater proof of their quality and excellence than the fact that they are demanded year in and year out by over three million women the civilized world over? KONE. People's Shoe Store M; 1 j3 ft m P ijL' H rhw-i 1 f?M 1 km I 3f I I 1