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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARHE, VT., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1914.
' It certainly does 1 make cooking easjr" 1 P : i POULTNEY MAN KILLED. Edward Quinn Was Struck by Train Tuesday Afternoon. Poultney, April 30. Edward Quinn was run over and killed by the 4 o'clock train Tuesday afternoon, just north of the village. He was 24 years old and was em ployed in the Staso paint mill. He made his' home with Mrs. Carmody of York street. No relatives live here. He was a native of New York. WHY ENDURE PIMPLES LAKE STEAMER LOST IN STORM So Far as Known, None of the Twenty Men on the Benjamin Noble Survives. Duluth, Minn., April 30. The steam er Benjamin Noble has been lost in a storm off Uuluth, and her crew of twen ty men are believed to ihave been drowned. Wreckage was found on Spark Point. Life savers are unable to launch a boat because of the high was. Not a man reached shore, so far as known. BRYAN'S SLIGHT HURTS. QUEEN. Detroit. Mich.. Anril 30. The steam er, Benjamin Noble, was owned by the cirei(. j this city for the last week lias Representative of Eleonora Received by Third Assistant. Xew York, April 30. Although a cable message from Sofia said that Queen Klcanora of Bulgaria would can cel her proposed visit to this country in the event of war with Mexico, William Cagpar, the queen's perrton.il representa tive, is confident that her majesty will arrive here toward the end of next month. While Mr. Caspar announced that be did not believe Queen F.leanora will change her plans, the talk in diplomatic SINCLAIR , IS ARRESTED Novelist and Wife and Three Other Women Taken into Custody CHARGED WITH CRE- ATING DISTURBANCE In Front of Rockefeller Of fices Mr. Sinclair Makes Protest MANY RATES " SUSPENDED Sweeping Action Taken by the Commerce Com mission THIS PENDING INVESTIGATION Belief That by This Method Rebates Are Constituted SULPHUR FOR ECZEMA" . APPLIED USE COLD CREAmIt STOPS ITCHING AND DRIES 3EON ERUPTIONS RIGHT UP With the first application of bold sulphur cream, the angry itching at tending any eczema eruption ceases and its remarkable healing powers begin. Sulphur, says a renowned dermatolo gist, just common bold-sulphur, made into a thick cream, will soothe and heal the skin when irritated and broken out with eczema or any form of eruption. The moment it is applied all itching ceases and after two or three applica tions the eczema disappears, leaving the skin clear and smooth. He tells eczema sufferers to get from any good pharmacy an ounce of bold sulphur cream and apply it to the irri tated, inflamed skin, the same as you would any cold cream. For many year this soothing, heal-, ing sulphur has occupied a secure posi- tion in the treatment of cutaneous af fections by reason of its parasite-destroying property. It is not only para siticidal, but also antipruritic, antisep tic and .remarkably healing in all irri table and inflammatory conditions of the skin. While not always establish ing a permanent cure it never fails to instantly subdue the irritation and heal the eczema, right up, and it is often years later before any eruption again appears on the skin. This is published for Walter Luther Dodge Co., Cincinnati, O. Capitol Transportation company of this city. She was bound up witn steel raus. Her owners have heard nothing from her since she encountered the storm. MOTHER WAS IN VERMONT. CUTIOJKA Soap and Ointment Do so much for pimples, hands, and dry, thin and falling hair, and cost so little that it is almost criminal not to use them. Cutleura Soap and Ointment old throughout th world Liberal sample of ech mailed tree. wttH 82-n book. AddrOM "CMIcurm." Dept. 4B. Boston. nr-Men who ahave and shampoo wltn CuUoura Soap will find It bait (or aUa and scalp. Attending Brother's Funeral When Daughter Was Drowned. Amesburv, Mass., April 20. The body of Kllen Bridges, 4-year-old daughter of finy Bridges of Cedar street, who was drowned in a brook near her home late yesterday afternoon, was recovered about 25 feet from the month of the cul vert into which the body was swept by the swift current. The child had fallen in attempting to get a drink. The culvert, some 400 feet long, was opened in places, but it was necessary to turn the waters of the brook aside. When this was done Louis Landray made his way to the first turn, where the body had lodged. The mother was at Newport, Vt., at tending a funeral of a brother, t been that the queen of Bulgaria has not been satisfied with the reception Mr. Caspar received in AVashington when he went to give formal notification of the visit of the queen to this country. Her majesty, it is understood, felt tha1 Mr. Caspar should have been received by .Mr. Bryan when he called at the office of secretary of state ten days ago, instead of being received by Mr. .Phillips, Mr. Bryan's third deputy. STUCK TO JOB AMID FLAMES. Engineer and Firemen Station. Ran Train to DUKE OF ARGYLL VERY ILL. Former Governor General of Canada Suf fering from Double Pneumonia. London, April 30. John Douglas Sutherland Campbell, duke of Argyll, is suffering from double pneumonia and his condition is said to be serious. He was taken ill a few weeks ago at Kent House, East Cowes. The duke of Argyll was governor gen eral of Canada between 1878 and 18S3. Since 1892 he has been governor and constable of Windsor Castle. He was married in 1S71 to Her Royal Highness Princess Louise, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria. He is the author of a numlier of books, including a volume on the United States after the war. He was born in 1845, i 1" JaJ entwg Fashion a latest tendencytoward nicety KSMj 4g?Mi jTe" W pretenaion.16xorrectnes in l&S :f4Z&-' Wl" acquire a pair of these "advance-style KyS a6ton fron one of lhe 3000 Rj8tn hop fin J AwtkoHly Sty!., Font UmiJ.J J X? B jttQj " Peoples Shoe Store, t$l Milford, Conn., April 29. With the engine cab a mass of flames, and the en gineer and a fireman sticking pluckily to their posts, an eastlound express on the Iew iork. New Haven and Hart ford railroad raced into Milford lust night, where local firemen, previously notified, put out the tire. JJotn engineer and fireman were hurned, but not seriously. A back draught caused the blaze. At Xaugatuck Junction word was tel ephoned ahead to have the local fire de partment at the depot. The train was delayed an hour, the passengers swarm ing out of the cars and watching the work of the firemen. The train later proceeded to New Haven, its destination, under its own Bteam. WOMAN REFUSES OPERATION Tells How She Was Saved by Taking Lydia E. Pink- Vegetable Compound. nam s If j If Logansport, Ind. "My baby was over a year old and I bloated till I was a burden to myself. I suffered from fe male trouble so I could not stand on my feet and I felt like millions of needles were prick ing me all over. At last my doctor told me that all that would save me was a n operation, but this I refnsod T told my husband to get me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and I would try it before I would submit to any operation. He did so and I improved right along. I am now doing all my work and feeling fine. "I hope other suffering women will try your Compound. I will recommend it to all 1 know." Mrs. Daniel D. B. Davjs,110 Franklin St, Logansport, Ind. Since we guarantee that all testimo nials which we publish are genuine, is it not i air to suppose that if Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has the virtue to help these women it will help any other woman who is suffering in a like manner? If you are ill do not drag along until n operation is necessary, but at onco take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Write to Lydia E. Pirjkham RIedicineCoM(confldpntial)Lynn, Mass. Your letter wil be oiend, read and answered by a woman and held In strict confidence. New York, April 30. Upton Sinclair, his wife and three women were arrested yesterday after a demonstration in front of the offices of John I). Rockefeller, jr., in the Standard Oil building. They had come to protest against the Colorado strike. A woman who described herself as Mrs. Helle N. Zilverman and a Socialist, invaded the outer offices of Mr. Rockefel ler in the Standard Oil building and sought to interview him with reference to the coal miners' strike in Colorado. Mr. Rockefeller's secretary told her he was busy at a conference. The woman carried an American flag into the of fices. She was joined on the sidewalk by Upton Sinclair, who bore a bit of crape on his arm in pursuance of a plan an nounced at a Socialist mass meeting last night, where it was agreed that "mourn ers" should gather in front of the Stand ard Oil building as a protest against the sacrifice of lives in Colorado, Mrs. Zilverman and Sinclair were the first to arrive on the scene. Mrs. Zilverman sought to place this message before Mr. Rockefeller: "I am an American citizen, standing at your door, waiting for just a word with you. Will you grant me this request? My question will be brief and to the point?" I lie prisoners were taken to the Old Slip police station where Mr. Sinclair was released. 1 he oilier women, wno were placed in cells pending their ar raignment in court, said they were Mrs. Elizabeth Freeman, an English suffra gette, who has once been in jail with Mrs. Kmmeline Pankhurst; Mrs. Mar garet Remington Charter and Mrs. Donie Lietuer. All had been arrested on the sidewalk in front of 2(5 Broadway. ' I wasn t doing a thing but walking up and down the street with a piece of crape on my arm," said Sinclair. "A policeman stopped me and said that if I did not stop walking I would have to go along with him. 1 told the policeman I did not see any reason why I should stop walking and he promptly placed me and mv associates under arrest. In addition to an American flag, Mm. Zilverman carried a large white flag with a black border, and a red heart in the center. She said the flag meant that the heart of the I nited Mates was against the workingman." All the prisoners were charged with disorderly conduct. Mrs. Lietner said she was an artist and that her home was in Onrgia. Upton Sinclair adding to his previous statement, said: "We never should have been arrested, The people who should be in our places are those at '26 Broadway. I want to make this statement for my wife to read. I gave her instructions to be ar rested with the rest of us. A man should never be arrested without his wife." Washington, April 30. Several thous and tariff's filed by many trunk line railroads cancelling allowances hereto fore made to 20 named industrial rail ways in various parts of the country, were suspended yesterday by the inter state commerce commission until July 30. An inquiry now is in progress with a view to determining whether the al lowances made by the trunk hues as divisions of their rates, do not consti tute, in a legal sense, rebate on ship ments handled by the industrial roads. The commission found, in its investiga tion of allowances, made to the indus trial railways controlled or owned by steel and iron companies, that the pay ments constituted a substantial rebate to the shippers and tariffs cancelling those allowances have been permitted to stand. That freight rates on lake and rail shipments were not based upon what might be a reasonable return for the service of the carriers, but upon a de termination of the rail lines which mo nopolize the package freight business on the Great lakes to maintain an estab lished differential between lake and rail, and all-rail rates, was asserted by Rush C. Butler of Chicago yesterday before the commission in the advance rate case. Mr. Butler pointed out that there had been ag radual but constant increase in the lake and rail rates through a pe riod of years, until now they were too high to enable shippers to use the nat ural water routes of the Great lakes to real advantage. The advances from time to time-had been made, in his opin ion, with the evident determination of the eastern trunk lines which monopolize the lake traftic to force shippers to use the all-rail routes. Topics of the Home and Household. DISCOVERED UNDRAPED SAVAGES, Colonel Roosevelt Found New Tribe in Brazil. Rio De Janiero, Brazil, April 2!. Col onel Theodore Roosevelt during his jour ney through the unexplored regions of Brazil has discovered a tribe of sav ages hitherto unknown. The tribesmen, who were named Pauhates, were com pletely unclothed. Captain Aniilcar Magalsaes, chief of the Brazilian mission, accompanying Col onel Roosevelt, who relates this discov ery to the tiazette de Notieias, says the party had some stirring adventures. Colonel Roosevelt himself killed two tiger cats, each considerably over three feet in length. Total bag collected bv the expedition amounts to about 2,000 specimens. Short-Circuiting the Loan Shark. In answer to the question as to whether there is any public institution where a salaried man (or woman) can borrow money without goods to put up as pledge, the educational department of the April Century says: J lie .Morris plan for banking provides for this in the institutions founded by the Industrial Finance corporation, w hich will make possible the turning of character and earning Kwcr into collat eral. This plan to extend borrowing fa cilities to the person of small means was first worked out in America by Arthur .T. Morris, a Virginia lawyer, and has been adopted by the industrial finance corporation, w hich is putting it into op eration all over the country. It is de signed for the man showing a legitimate borrowing need, and with a reputation for honesty among the associates and employers. "The lmnks lend in proportion to a man's earning capacity, having as se curity only a note, bearing interest at r! per cent., with two of his friends' sig natures. 1 he hoi-rower pun-liases a cer tificate of investment equal to the amount of the loan, making weekly pay ments at a 2 per cent. rate. At the end of fifty weeks this collateral certificate becomes full paid and the owner can cash it, paying the money over to the bank, or if he is able to discharge his debt from outside sources he ran retain his certificate with interest of from 1 to lUj per cent, more than savings banks allow, using it as collateral for a future loan which will require no indorsement. Or, again, he may borrow from the hank the sum ncded to pny off the first loan, putting up the lull-paid certificate as collateral. When the second loan is re paid he owns the first certificate of in vestment outright. The investment cer tificates are issued in units of .(, and their purchase is not confined to bor rowers alone." To clean a" coper kettle nib its sur face with lemon skin and salt. Wipe the surface quickly, and rub with a dry chamois. . Minimum Wage for Ministers. Boston, April 30. The salaries of bishops and deans were criticized as enoTinous and those of the parish min isters were classed as inadequate during the discussion of a proposal to establish a minimum wage for Episcopal clergy men, at the Massachusetts diocese con vention. t Rehearing for Dynamite Men. Chirago, April .10. The United States court has granted the petition of the government for a rehearing of the ap peals of Olaf Tveltmoe, Richard Houli han and William Bernhardt, labor lead ers, in the dynamite trials. To prevent clothes from freezing to the line in winter, put a handful of salt in the last rinsing water. If shoe polish becomes hardened in the tm, try moistening it with milk instead of water. It will improve the polish. When jars and jugs have been put away and smell musty, rinse them with lime water. This is particularly good for all vessels used for milk, as there is no likelihood of their not being properly cleaned. Banana Recipes. Bananas are unlit for food before the skin begins to turn black in places or if there is any reluctance in the skin to separate from the pulp. If not thor oughly ripened they are liablo to cause dyspepsia. Those that the housewife generally throws away are the ones that are the most wholesome for food, and those that the family usually eat are the most unfit for food. Banana Pie Take one cup of sifted banana pulp, one-half cup of sugar, one cracker powdered fine, one-half cup cf milk and the grated rind ana juice ot one-half lemon, or two tablespoonfuls of molasses. Mix the ingredients together and bake until firm in a pie pan lined with pastry, the same as for a squash pie. The cracker may be omitted unless a rather firm pie is preferred. Banana Pudding One dozen lady fin gers, six bananas, two cups of whipped cream, one-fourth of a cup of powdered sugar and one-half teaspoonful of vanilla. Cover the bottom of the dish with a lay er of lady fingers, put a layer of sliced bananas over this and then a layer of the cream, which has been whipped with the sugar and vanilla. Repeat until the ingredients are all used. Serve cold. Banana Fritters One egg. one and a half cups of milk, one tablespoonful of sugar, one cup of flour and two tea spoonfuls of baking powder. Beat the egg, sift the flour and baking powder to gether and mix the ingredients. Slice the banana and mis with the batter. Drop the mixture from a sioon, being careful that each spoonful contains sev eral pieces of the banana, into a frying pan with enough hot grease to. give the fritter a nice brown. Serve with a sugar sauce. Banana fritters are good when used in combination with rice or corn starch and served with lemon sauce. They may also be combined. with pine apple, which furnishes the acid the bananas lack. Chilled Bananas Lay some bananas on ice for a couple of hours before they are to be served. Just before they are to go to the table peel them and split each in half lengthwise, and lay theso halves on a plate with a quarter of a lemon and a heaping teaspoonful of powdered sugar. Eat with a fork or spoon, squeeze over lemon juice and dip iu sugar. Frozen Banana. Custard Take one teaspoonful of powdered gelatin, four tablespoonfuls of sugar, four bananas, three eggs, three cups of milk, three tablespoonfuls of boiling water and one half a pint of whipped cream. Put the boiling water into a saucepan, add the gelatine, eggs, sugar and milk, stir until they thicken, then cool and add the. ban anas rubbed through a sieve, and fold on the whip)ed cream. Freeze. Banana Salad For this salad bananas are cut in halves from end to end to pre serve the shells. The banana is then mashed to a pulp and mixed with pine apple juice and formed into balls, thes balls being again moistened and rolled into mashed or ground English walnuts oi almonds, and these little nans are placed, like peas in a pod, back into the banana skins. One may add different fruits, such as pieces of pineapple, citron, raisins, chopped marshmallow or any other tempting delicacy. Banana Sauce A banana sauce for use with rice cups or plain puddings is made by mixing into the pulp of half a dozen bananas three tablespoonfuls of sugar, the juice and pulp of two oranges and a half a glass of apricot or pear jam. Rub through a sieve and color with a drop or two of carmine. Warm in a double boiler and add a tablespoonful of sherry before cerviiig. Banana Salad Dressing One table spoonful of flour, one-half cup of sugar, one cup of milk, one egg, two ripe ban anas and one cup of whipped cream. Rub the butter and flour together with a spoon and stir in the sugar. Put the milk in a double boiler and bring to the boiling point, then add the butter, sugar and flour mixture and cook unfit it. thickens, stirring often. When it boils stir the beaten egg into it, cook three minutes and add the bananas, which have been rubbed to a smooth paste. Re move from the fire and stir briskly. Let the mixture cool, and when it is cold stir into it the whipped cream. This i a delicious dressing to use on fruit salad. Dorothy Dexter. I I III I llllll ,1 HI i JWdumjw to nny home in the way of comfort, use fulness and economy, is the installation of electric service. You at once com mence to enjoy the soft, cozy radiance of modern mazda lighting, and you have at your command all the wonderfully dainty electric cooking and heating de vices which make the modern home so attractive. YOU, of course, plan to have YOUR home wired for electricty "some day'. Has it occurred to you that it ought to be done RIGHT NOW? Cons I i aeo Lighting Go ESS