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THE RAMIE DAILY TIMES, IJAHHE, VT.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 19U.
NEW SYSTEM STARTS WELL ZEBSBCCSSBESBt Fay You 35c Sooner or Later We Will For Your Leaky Water Bottles in Exchange for New Ones Selling at from $1.50 to $2.25 These bottles have our two-year signed guarantee, which insures your water bottle for two years We have the largest line of Rubber Goods in Barre all sold with a guarantee. They cost you no more. There Is No Hitch in Transfer of $170, 000,OQO the to The Range that Makes Cooking Easy Ml "KM im is feijjifif?! !l :,i';H'J:i! m '111(1 7 1 III 1 fB mmtm GLEN WOOD,, (H. f . .iMaK4ia: ' mil m A Woman Can't Help wanting a Plain Cabinet Glen wood, it is so Smooth and Easy to clean. No Filigree or fussy ornamentation, just the natural black iron finish "The Mission Idea" applied to a range. A room saver too like the upright piano. Every essential refined and improved upon. This Range can be had with the latest and most improved Elevat ed or End Gas Range attach ments. It has a powerful hot water front or for country use a Large Copper Reservoir on the end opposite fire box. It can be furnished with fire box at either right or left of oven as ordered. It matters not whether your kitchen is large or small there'p a plain Glenwood made to fit it. $70,000,000 TO BE ' TRANSFERRED Only a Little Commercial Paper Was Redis- counted Reynolds & Son, Barre" PRESIDENT BEGINS MESSAGE. Document Has Not Taken Definite Shape But Will Include Many Topics. Washington, Nov. 19. Frpsiilfnt Wil ton yesterday began work on his an nual metwage. to Congreag, which he will deliver in person at the opening of the regular set-tiion in December. While tho ni( (-siige has not yet taken definite shape. Mr. Wilson is expected to dictiHa Phil ippine independence, conservation, the Mexican question, government ownership of merchant ships, and the effect of the Ktiropean war on the United States. Since the adjournment of Congress the president has not conferred, with the leaden regarding the programme for the next Reiion, hut will see them with in the next two weeks. "After every meal" With each package of tirti. . I chewing gum, you get a Washington, Nov. 19. How $170,000,. 000 in gold and lawful money was (shift ed without a hitch from the banks which are members of the federal reserve sys tem to their reserve banks is told in re ports to the federal reserve board. Of this total, about S137,000,OOO was in gold or gold certificates and the rest in other forms of money. According to the esti mates, between $70,000,000 and $30,000,- 000 is et to be transferred from the member banks to the reserve banks to meet the present reserve requirements. The reserve board recently reuuested that the banks we money in this opera- ion and, so tar as me nrsc uayn re ports show, no attempt was madu to esort to that provision ot the currenc ct which allows banks to make pafrt of this transfer in commercial paper. The rnt day ot the 12 reserve banks ap' purently was devoted largely to eunt iiiB this monev and to the usual cere monies accompanying the launching a new organization. Only a few million dollars' worth of commercial paper was red uncounted. Officials who are watching the opera tion of tne banks say there is every rea son to expeet large amounts of redis counts in the near future. At preset there is close to S3KMHH),HM ot einer gency currency and possibly $100,000,000 clearing house loan, certificates outstand nig or in the hands of banks, lne enter gency currency is subject to a tax by th" government of 3 per cent for the brut three months ami an increase afte that period until it reaches 0 per cent Clearing house certificates also are pu out at high interest rates. Both the emergency currency and the certificates ai secured bv paper, which officials be lieve in most instances would be subject to rediscount by the federal reserve banks. Although the demand several months ago from banks for circulating notes caused the issuance of emergency cur rency, it is Txiiiitetl out that there now is more currency in circulation than is needed, and it is probable that treas ury officials will use their influence to avoid further issues. There have been few applications on the last week and miny indications that the demand is bout over. Under the new law, the hank can oh tain federal reserve notes bv rediseount- mg with reserve hanks the same sort of commercial paper that they put up for emergency currency. So far, the reserve board has put no tax on federal reserve notes. If a high tax is imposed later, such a step probably will be only temporary and designed to prevent a further increase in the circulating me dium until most of the emergency cur rency has lieen retired. About $2o,UKi,tHMl of federal reserve notes have been printed and are in the lands of the federal reserve agents of different reserve lank. Their sub stitution for emergency currency is ex- MHted to be gradual. The board ha begun the collection of hr data which is designed to give the recr bank a central credit bureau. with valnable Information concerning x.rrower whose paper is being redis- counted bv reerve bank. , s t i m u Demonstration of King's Pure Malt this week. We invite you to come in and get a trial glass. This week we are giv ing one bottle free with an order for 6 for $1.25 (making 7 botles for $1.25). Extra Candy Special This Week Seventy-five 50c Boxes Apollo Chocolates for 43 cents a Bax (While They Lsst) SEE OUR SHOWING OF GENUINE PARISIAN IVORY Russell's, The Red Cross Pharmacy WORSTED COMPANY FAILS. WAITSFIELD. Spicy juice of Spearmint known the world over The New Double Strength Peppermint flavor Mr. and Mr. Walter II. Moriartv were ci.lled to Montpelier Tuesday bv the crit ical illness of Mr. Moiiarfy' mother. Mr. Jeie (Jrsve returned from St. rhnsbury Monday. Hear in mind the approaching chuken- m supiier ana inrisima Hale at the K. rhurch. Oiarle Higelow of Hurlitigton I at he borne of hi rrnt, Mr. and Mr. A. W. Uigdow. A. F.. KiV.e i setting up a pair of Howe' rliH on the common. Tberon Nirll i another u(VesfuI d-'.-r hunter. Mr. and Mr. Lei 0. Vhitanlr bave moved into the 11. M. Jones hmioe. Mi Kmma Hurrell is the guest of htr brother, John Hurwll. Rhode Island Concern Has Liabilities of $181,105 and Assets of $172,433. Providence, R. I., Nov. 19. The .Smith. Held Worsted company of Sniithfield, R. I., filed a, voluntary petition in bank ruptcy before' Judge Arthur L. Brown in the United States district court here yesterday and was adjudged bankrupt by the court. The firm was incorporated under the laws of Rhode Island in 1912. The liabilities are set at $181,105.19 with issets of $172,433.18. The William Whitman company, Bos ton, is the largest unsecured creditor, with an account ot $15,320.93. Crompton A Knowles Loom Works, Wor .'eiter, has an unsecured account for 12,784. HURRY-UP ORDER ON PANAMA CANAL A Man Need Not Die to secure positive benefit from life in surance. I here is tne cnance ol d'-atu, also the chance of living beyond the ability to produce a new estate. Look into our policies designed to furnish old age income alter provimng laniuy pro tection while needed. National Life Ins. Co., of Vt. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building, Mont lier, Vt. FALLING HAIR MEANS DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE Save Your Hair! Get a aj-Cent Bottle of Danderine Right Now Also Stops Itching Scalp. Col. Goethals Is Determined That Last of Finishing Touches Shall Be Completed Ahead of Time. Panama, Nov. 19. A hurry-up order has been issued by Governor Uoethals for the completion of the canal. The time limit set by Congress is July, 1916, and Col. GoethalB is determined that the last of the finishing touclies in every department from dredging to landscape gardening shall tie completed ahead rather than behind time. Col. The ! Goethals himself is setting a pace, and may be seen often at work in the ad ministration building at Balboa late at night. Men and machines now on the isthmus are said to be working harder than at any time; since the great work was started ten years ago. Every morning Col. Goethals appears at some part-of the work where he has not been for several days previously, to hurry things along. There is the case of the steam shovels delving into the side of Sosa bill for the rock that goes to form the east breakwater in front of Colon harbor. On each one is a huge placard which show the numbers of cars loaded as the work progresses. For every job a mark has been set to be sur passed if possible. On Sosa hill the uian who has charge of loading the cars that take the rock 50 miles across the' isthmus to the new breakwater is work ing asrainst the man in charge of trans porting those same cars those 50 miles while the man who unloads them out near uie end ot the J-inile trestle is County Creamery Co., which was re cently adjudged bankrupt by Judge James L. Martin of Brattlcboro, on pe tition of Aaron Bolton of Cabot, Her liert L. Doyle of Lyndon and Frederick Linn of Burke, has filed its schedule in the office in this city of Clerk F. S. Piatt of the United .States court. The liabilities are given as $9,51)2.28, con sisting of $1,408.88 in secured claims and $8,149.14 in unsecured accounts. The assets are given as $2,328.80. The mem bers of the bankrupt concern are Conrad Bocfe of St. Johnsbury and R. H. Rice and A. M. Rice of Lyndon. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; of dandruff -that awful scurf. There is nothing so destructive to the air as oamlrutl. it roi tne nair or us uster, its strength and it very life; eventually producing a feverishnes and tehmg of the scalp, which if not reme- led cause the hair roots to shrink, loos- n and die then the hair falls out fast. little I)andTine to-night now any ime will sun iy b e jour nair. Get a 23-cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first application our hair ill take on that lite, luster nd luxuriance which is so beautiful. will become wavy and fluffy and have he appearance of abundance; an incom- arable gloss and (oftnes, but what will leae you most will be after jmt few eeks u , when you will dually see a t of tine, downy hair new hair growing ail over tne scalp. ajiv, VERMONT OFFICIALS IN DOUBT. Whether Their Terms of Office Hold Over After Dec. 1. L'rider the statutes the term of one member of the state board of health, Dr. H. D. Jlolton of Brattleboro and mem bers of some of the other state boards has been made for appointments in the expire on December 1, and no provision interim before the legislature meets. It is the opinion of some attorneys that the terms of these officials we're hronght forward automatically with the change in the meeting of the legislature. Attorney General Brown has not been called upon to render an official opinion in the matter but he says that the terms of officials are indicated in their ap pointment. In the matter of Dr. Ilolton !iis term of office expires December 1. 1914. There is also some question as to payment of salaries after IVeember 1. should the official retain office. High Cost of j Cleansing; rushing thing so that he will always:! Llll UftlVn f hp be just a little abend of the other two. 1 1 w"" "v At prerent there are 200 to 2.V cars of 1 1 rock sent him every working day. I Out in Culebra cut where a large slide ! I recently choked the channel for a few i J lavs and canal traffic came to a stand- ' still with a larpe number of ships seek- j ing passage through, dredging ceases only during the right daylight hours when the canal is used for navigation purposes. J he other 10 hour are de voted to the fustest dredging the canal las ever seen. The men work in two shift and as they eat and sleep on the dredge no tinu is wanted. Their work in handling the recent slide and re opening the canal to traffic within five day won for them high commendation from C1. Goetlwt. The best washing compound is! part borax and three parts J I of thisa I I one I soar i Twenty-five cents' worth will go farther than fifty cents' worth! of bar soap and twice as far as a j I tciity-fie-cent package of washing powder. VERMONT BUSINESS TROUBLES. Caledonia County Creamery Co. Files Its Schedule, Showing 19,592.28 Debts. Rutland, Nov. 19. The Caledonra I Is It works easier and get out morel dirt, too! Anil u if li mi ininrv in fabrics, paint, etc. It costs less and you get twice the I results. S Prove it yourself. Order to-day! twenty-five-cent package of "iipf Mule Team Borax Soap Chips." toward many of the family. attractive offer most The coupons are good presents for every member These 1-o-n-g 1-a-s-t-i-n-g, luscious sweets the most value, the most pleasure and the benefit possible to get for 5 cents. Good for teeth, . breath, appetite and digestion. Sealed air-tight, they are always fresh, full flavored and clean. If you l,"ke the rpicy flavor of tvih mint leaves, take CTZZZZy If you like Peppy -Prpprrrr. in t, g?t ZHnHa Use cither, or both, for 1-o-n-g 1-a-s-t-i-n-g 5e!ight. Cow Tertinf Attocutioft. The follow I rtj (alii give (he rn niM nd reord of t )e eo in tlw Md Hir er Valley Co Tetmjr am iin l,i, h have pmdiH'vd iw" thn 41 pound f butferfat during the j-eriod f ."Ml dv ending Nor. Ii O fw-r ff mm. fume vf ew, Jr"-l f cow, lxi fr'!i. tiM mi'lt, jwrnt tre -f fte. pound iHitt-rft: K. II. .lorn-. , 42. 41: J.-r.ers; spt. . If.. . 13; Mt. ftfl. 0; 4 4ii. 4. S; 41, V 41. 4T. 4i.S. 1, M. Iimi I lin. 17: grufte H ), n; Sfl 22: 4 f . ' 1. O. m n. 3 ; .l.wr: Aijr. 2: 774; t; 4.1 3 jVi!tT Turt"f. 4: ( At In.; Vt. i ".. 1 4 1 ; 41 4 F. f. ,l4-r. 11. 22. 124; J.-r. v. j-- i l"ri ; "t. S. 1 Ar Z7. f-1 II; '. M: V; .V 41. ;, ; ,, . 41. . ft, Of, t.t.t. V. .. V-f l KAI1K0AD WKECKS FtWER. Gteat IWreaae ia Cc1)irin t Irtil metf fr Qui r!T t n,r Ju 30. rM. li i-T rf n: uhm 4 HmilmM'tt "f T 1h1 t-if l.sr tl fnl-r -4 i in 3W. )t-4. mm- f 4 't W t H. til I f qrift't.'?, V Sale -of Electric Table Appliances For the two weeks, No vember 16th-30th, we an nounce a special holiday sale of electric percolators and table cook stoves, the com bination during this sale for $6.50. Call at our office or 'phone 246-2. Consolidated Lighting Co. W- t4 , (n tW sow. ? trw thmi Zzl f S V f t"".' H' "t II . er J'4. 1 ie SO-" ! mi 0 Iff fl t 1 c Be sure Co Aet YRIGLEY'S