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THE RAMIE DAILY TIMES, BAHRE, VT., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 101 1.
ECZEI LIKE POISON Oil CHILD'S FACE Also on Wholo Dody and Back of Ears. Suffered Dreadfully. Fret ful and Restless. Used Cuticura - Soap and Ointment. Now Heated. M V'llnon St., Now Ilavim,' Conn. " Whoa my babjr ni about throo nioniha old lie itartuil to cry and frvt. !o hu4 kkI lot on Ula faro which I aa told waa eo::uua. It trol.o out lllio polnon, atortrnl on 1.1 fuco and went down M whola body and bark of Mi cam. lie cutTrrod dreadfully 1th It. Ai I did not gtt any rct for J arvrrul wooks. Ko scratched r r l ij fuco o It wua a ruiuihig eruption, no wu fretful and ruitloM. "I applied lota of romodloa but ull fatlod. Then I got wime Cutlrura Soap and Oint ment at the drugKtat'i and tried tlirm. My baby Improved no I kupt on. Kovr lis i hralod and I con oo no alsn of tho trouble'! (Signed) Mrt. Agnua L. Hay, Apr. 3, 1014. Samples Free by Mall For pimple and blockhead the following la a moat effoctlvo and economical treat ment: Gently smear Uio aflocUxl parts with Cuticura Ointment, on the end of the linger, but do not rub, Wash of! the Cuticura Oint ment in five mlnutoa with Cuticura Soap end hot watw and continue bathing for aome minuted, Thla treatment la best on lining and retiring. At other times uso Cuticura Soap freely for the toilet and bath, to assist In preventing inflammation, trrl- ' tatlon and clogging of the pores, the com mon cause of these distressing eruptions. Although Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold everywhere, a sample of each with 32-p. fcikin Book will be sent free upon request. Address "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston." AMERICA WANTS WOOL FINE FOR RHEUMATISM! K,TV!Nvof; UNTEEU NURSES Almost an Ultimatum Sent to Great Britain Is Musterole Loosens up Those Stifli Joints Drives Out Pain You'll know why thousands use MUS- British War Secretary Looking Into the TEKOLL once you experience the glad Charges That Many Youn Women relief it gives. , Get a jar at once from the nearest ! Are Incompetent for Duty drug store. It is a clean, white oint-j aj jhe Front. mcni niauc wuu me on pi niusiaru. iei AMERICAN SHIP ter than a mustard plaster and does not Mister. JJnngs ease and com tort while it is being rubbed on! MUSTEROLE is recommended by doctors and nurses. Millions of jars are used annually for llronchitis, Croup, Stilf Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia, Conges tion, Pleurisy, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Pains and Aches of the Back or Joints, AND CREW READY Sprains, Sore Muscles, Bruises, Chi! .ttiN V vv UCjiu l UainS( Frostcd Feet, Colds of the Chest (it often prevents Pneumonia). At your druggist's, in 25c and SOc Jars, and a special large hospital size for $2.50. He sure you get the genuine MUS TEROLE. Refuse imitations get what you ask for. I lie Musterole Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Response to Urgent Appeal from New England Manufacturers Don't Merely "Stop' g Don't Merely "Stop" a j 5 Vougn 8 3 Stop the Thin that Canaes It 3 5 and the Couch will g S Stop Maelf g A couph is roallv one of our best friends. It warns us that there is in flammation or obstruction in a danger ous place. Therefore, when you get a bud couch don't proceed to dose yourself witn a lot 01 drugs mat merely, stop ' me coupn temporarily oy aeaaemn? me throat nerves. Treat the eause-r-heal the inflamed membrunes. Here is a home made remedy that gets right at the cause and will malce an obstinate cough vanish more quickly than you ever thought pos sible. Put 2 ounces of Pinex (50 cents worth) in a pint bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulated mifrar syrup. This gives vou a full pint of the most pleasant and effective cough remedy you ever used, at a cost of only 54 cents. No bother to prepare. Full directions with Pinex. It heals the Inflamed membranes so pentlv and promptlv that you wonder how it does it. Also loosens a dry, hoarse or tight cough nnd stops the formation of phlejim in the throat and bronchial tubes, thus ending the persistent loose cough. Pinex in a bichly concentrated com pound of Norway pine extract, rich in ptiaiaeol, and is famous the world over lor its healing effect on the membranes. To avoid disappointment, ask your dnifftrist for "2lA ounces of Pinex." and don't accept anvthinw else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money prompt- Tirw with Washington, Dec. 15. Acting at the in stance of New England woolen manufac turers, the state department has made what is almost a peremptory demand on the Hritish government for a lic'jiise. to permit the American sailing ship Aryan to bring to the United States from Syd ney, Australia, a cargo of from 8,000 to 10,000 bales of merino wool, valued at nearly .$1,500,000. The ship is the prop erty of Eugene P. Carver of Boston, who also has represented the woolen men here as attorney before the state department and nt whose instance a vigorous dis patch was cabled to Ambassador Page at London Saturday. The ground assumed bv the United States in its request of Great Britain is that to refuse a license for this vessel and cargo would, under the circumstances, violate the treaty of 1SH1 between Great Britain and the United States. This rather sensational action is the denouncement of a scries of efforts made by New Pngland woolen manufacturers to secure wool from abroad ever rinec Great Britain and her colonies laid an embargo preventing the export of wool and certain woolen goods to any destina tion except England or the territory of allies. The most important effect ot the embargo has been to deprive the United States or the high-grade wools of Aus tralia, particularly merino wools, with out which few American mills can oper ate. A delegation of gentlemen from the National Association of Wool Manufac turers visited the state department some weeks ago and at their request messages were sent by the department to Ambas sador Page and to the Australian govern ment, which succeeded only in eliciting the information that the wool was em bargoed for military purposes and that until British wants were fully supplied the embargo must remain in full force. Recently a report of Consul General Skin ner at London has stated that the export of certain wool rejected for British use might be permitted by the British gov ernment, but this would have served America no better than British manufac turers. Mr. Carver came to Washington last week representing particularly the Amer ican Woolen Co., the Slater, Fletcher, Hartley and other New England mills and laid before Assistant Secretary John E. Osborne and Solicitor Cone Johnson a situation which the woolen men had de- It apH'urs that m the Aryan, of which Mr. Carver is sole owner, had been engaged in the lumber trade and whs lying in Delugou bay, Portuguese East Africa. .In September she was ordered to proceed to Sydney and pick up a cargo of wool. This was done and before the embargo on wool was laid, her captain reported between 8,000 and 10,000 bales of fine merino available. ' This was bought, and as prices in Am tralia, owing to the elimination of Amor ican competition, fell off 20 per cent after the laying of the embargo, the American owners of the wool stood to lose about $.100,000 of the value of thc?r purchase, which amounted to a total of about $1, 500,000. London, lcc. IS, As a result of a pn test from the National Council of Trained Nurses that Incompetent women are aerv ing at the front and in hospitals, Loid Kitchener, the war secretary, bus called on the council for a detailed report. J he press some time ago directed public at tcofiou to the lact that many eager young women, either wealthy or socially prominent, were clamoring lor positions as nurses. While the motives of these young women are to lie commended, it has lieen said that meagre training was hardly henellcial to the wounded. SEE THE BURGLAR IN HIS TITLE NIGHTIE! Eight Hundred State Prison Inmates Put on Their White Robes Last Night. Boston, Dec. 15. Nightshirts REPORT OF OPERATION ON KAISER'S THROAT were orn last night by inmates of the state prison in Charlcstown for the first time, it is said, in the history ot penal institu tions. Sixteen hundred of the garments were distributed among the prisoners. Every person got two shirts. Four hundred new iron beds with springs and mat tresses will take the plav of the slat bunks in the old section of the prison. Resinol Shaving Stick soothes your face When you uie Reiinol Shaving Stick there are no tcnte, smarting after-effects, no annoying shaving rashes to fear. That is because its creamy lather is full of the same soothing, healing, antiseptic baliams that make Reiinol Ointment and Reiinol Soap so effective in the treatment of skin affections. 25a. at molt dnunttata, or maltad on raoript of prion. For trial aiia lurk frtw, writs to Dept. K, liemuul, llaJUiuora, ML PLAINFIELD. Necessary, It Is Said, But Deferred Ow ing to Emperor's Feverish Condition. London, Dec. 15. Telegraphing from Berne, Switzerland, a correspondent of tho Central News says: "A telegram received here from Munich slates that it has been decided to operate on Emperor U illiam s throat, but the op eration is being deferred owing to the feverish condition of the emperor." A 8Mn of Beauty la a Joy Forever. R. T. Felix Gouraud'a Oriental or Magloel Beautlfler. Rem ore Tin, Pimp! Kreefclw, Moth 'lclif, Run, u btlB !)', on buty, and d. Am dctccttoo. II few ilocxl U (s ynn. ai4 la to IVtDleM tMta lttobeaurll la proper ki&dc. Aoccpt nooouolefh felt ot ftmiiu cunt. IV. L. A. Hav ld to a lid- of let btul- tL ( pHl0t'l "At r MIM I rcumiue&4 tit Its harmful til Oil Ua brrnars.lotu." F T nil tit ill druitf nu mi r mcr Ouodi Oolm Lb tbi United 8iu, Giuult uil Kuroi. fERD,T,hlPi;K J i SCH, Pn?i 37 Br. Jiota UJ J! l-r Cream NEW HAVEN CLOSES SHOPS. Cannot Afford to Attend to Proper Re pairing. Boston, Dec. 15. Forced to resort to extreme measures of economy, the New York, New Haven A Hartford railroad yesterday morning closed practically all its repair shops. The shops which 'did not open were those at Koxbury and Readville; Valley Fall, K. L; East Hartford, Conn., and New Haven, Conn. Only enough mm were kept on duty at these shops to at tend to the minor repairs. All the others were informed that they will not be need ed for three weeks, the plan being to re open on Jan. 4, 1!U5. Briefly stated the New Haven company is not doing business enough o be able to pay the men, and that is the reason for closing the shops. -At Readville alone, which is now the company' main repair shop, there were 2,500 men. Practically all of them are now idle. fjnumn FORFEIT $30,000 BOND. Francis H. Griffin and His Wife Due Court but Failed to Appear. New York. Dee. 15. Federal .Tudge Orubb yesterday declared forfeited the $:t0,ooo bond tfiveri by Francis 11. (iriflin, lawyer and sociologit, and hk wife, Clara H. Griffin, last May to insure their appearance for trial on indictments charging them with mail frauds ng;re gating $.100,000. They were arrested at (iroton, Mass., and failed to answer when their names were called in court yester day. The bonds were given by a surety company. Griffin's, bond was $20,000; his wife's ?'l0,ooo. In addition Mrs. Griffin is under 20,000 bond to answer indictments in the state court charging her with grand larceny. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lewis and child of St. Albans recently visited Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. Rev. P. A. Smith of Groton preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The Mother's club in the south district netted about $15 from their can party on Friday evening. Fred L. Page returned to Barre Satur day after spending several days in town. Mrs. Elvira Carr of Marshfield is at work for Mrs. Fred Perrin. B. F. Gale of Colchester recently visit ed at the home of Mrs. H. ,1. Gale. Miss Fanny Martin visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abbott of Waterbury last week. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Colby were in Montpelier last week to attend the state grange meeting. Mrs. H. J. Gale went to Burlington Sat urday to spend Sunday with 11. J. Gale. Mrs. Lona Pitkin and Miss Bessie Pit kin of Barre visited relatives in town on Friday. Mrs. George Whiteher is reported ill. Mrs. E. J. Colby visited Miss Ethel Colby of Waterbury on Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hudson returned from their wedding trip Saturday. They will reside in the Johnson block. Mrs. H. C. Cutting nnd Miss Lora Knapp were in Barre and Montpelier Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons of Mont pelier visited .Mr. and Mrs. l.ee Martin Sunday. Harold Kenniston ot M. Albans was in town last week, visiting his father, Henry Kenniston. I cnrisimas aavinos Checks Cashed at Russell's, the Red Cross Pharmacy Christmas Suggestions WASHINGTON. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING ERVICE Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bigelow,' Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Stanley. Mrs. Wood, Mrs, Spencer and Mrs. Bohonon attended the state grange, held at Montpelier last week. L. v.. Manley received the sad news of the death of his sister in Wisconsin Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley left in the evening to attend the funeral and expect to remain m the West for a short time. The auction xilc of the late P. O. Hun tington place was fairly well attended, the property being bid off by F. C. Hunt ington at $1,775. At the grange meeting rriday even ing, the following onicers were elected I for the ensuing year: Master, J. A. Par jtridge; overseer. George Dennison; stew ard, Will Smith; lecturer, Bessie Mc j Donald; secretary, Lena Dashner; chap I lain, Lucy Clough; treasurer, R. Mellon 'aid; assistant teward, Ray Gallant; I Ceres, Mrs. Partridge; Flora, Mrs. Pat terson; Pomnin, Mrs. W. H. Bradbury; gatekeeper, Frank Church; lady assist-i isnt steward, ltena McAllister; pianist, Mrs. Frank Ordway. Our special takes all the service out of the mnnu- Christmas shopping drudgery and waste Christmas shopping. By arrangements which we have perfected with facturers, you may select ANY ELECTRIC APPLIANCES from our catalogues, tell us the persons to whom they are to be sent and we will pack in holiday box, deliver before Christmas day and CHARGE TO YOUR ACCOUNT at regular prices LESS 10 PER CENT SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DISCOUNT. The following are some of the new electric devices which make ideal useful but inexpensive gifts: VERMONT BUSINESS TROUBLES. 'Elmer II. Ingalls of Burlington and Ar chie F. Br1gt of Lincoln File. Butlsnd, Iec. 15. Elmer H. Ingalls of Burlington has, through Alfred 1 Slu r !man as attorney, tiled a jx'tition in bank ruptcy with Clerk F. S. Piatt of the I'nited State court setting forth that he lias liabilities of $10.K'S.2.1 and that !liis at are $75, all claimed exempt, jThe debts are nearly all notes and ac counts contracted in Portland, Me., a few creditors being bted in lloaton and elpwhere in Maooacbiisetta. Archie F. Brigga of Lincoln, a railroad brakenmn, alo tiled a petition yesu-r-day. lii liabilities are and hia as sets are 4."sl, all claimed 'empf. Hi attorney i Ira 1L LaFleur of Middle-bury. Be- Elcclric Percolators Electric Toasters Electric Erx Cookers Electric Massage Vibrators Electric Shatinj? Mu?s Electric Heading Lamp Electric Hot Drink Mhcrs Electric Radiant Heaters Electric Chafing Dishes Electric Samovars Electric Curline Irons Electric Hair Dryers Electric Shading Mirrors Electric Toys Electric Heating Pads Electric Broilers Electric CrilN Electric Art Lamps Electric Hat Irons Electric Travelers Sets Electric Ci car Iizhtcrs Electric (Vim Poppers Electric Water Heaters Electric Tabic Stores ! GIVES tl.942,000 TO FRIEND, I 'Aged Man'a Estate Put ia Trust caoae He Fear Relative. j Worccotcr, MaM Dec. 15. Martii reen. a retired civil enjjineff, 84 year old. in a declaration of truet hat turned over to frank H. Haniblin of tbia rit? bh rnlirr fUt, rauled at IIJII.M, .f l:irh I34.0j)0 i in Mocka and wuri tiea of national tank and corporation. Mr. lUmWm rwivn a!lut por ivtr tho etatft, l tirtt ell r-!otiM for mrt lowa and twd iv no ac'miut- ii? of tiia tntt. Tti intrumnt derlaw that tb tn- te i to diJ bow tnuih tnoti'y Mr. t;r i to t,av for th u;.j.rt of ) m and t,i if. Mr. ,r-n lw rr-t-l miM a a prot1ne im ait and t ! avmd a rfj rr !' .f a'' ;- d i'I treat-! mnt from membra of In family. j Symphony Lawn Stationery For Your Polite Correspondence Gold Edge Correspondence Cards, all tints, 40c 65c Box Paper, seven colors 40c $3.15 Leather Goods Ladies' Hand Bags 69c $10.00 Card Cases and Cards 85c $2.25 Vanity Books . 59c $5.00 Manicure Cases . $1.00 $6.00 Coin Purses, Collar Bags, Combination Manicure and Toilet Sets. Everything in leather. MARY ELIZABETH TRAVELING CASES Rubber lined, 25c $2.50 Special Rubber-lined Case with Wash Cloth and Colgate's Soap 35c Kodaks, Premos and Brownie Cameras $1 to $65 Photograph Albums 10c $3.65 Photograph Calendars for all size negatives PARISIAN IVORY Toilet Sets, $3.25 $16.50; Manicure Sets, $1.50 $10.00; Mirrors, $2.00 $6.50; Hair Brushes, $1.75 $4.25. Puff Boxes, Nail Files, Letter Open ers ; everything in Ivory. FOUNTAIN PENS Paul E. Wirt $2.50 to $7.00 Moore's Non-Leakable $2.50 $9.00 Crocker Ink-Tite (they can't leak) . .$2.50 $6.00 Christmas Candy Apollo Choco lates . .35c $5.50 Liggett's Chocd lates ..40c $3.50 Watch for our weekly Candy Specials. Perfumes, Toilet Waters, Sachets, Soaps Richard Hudnut's Bouquet Jeanice Violet Dulce Palmer's, Godet's, Intense, and Har mony of Boston wmm SAFETY RAZORS Gem Junior Safety Razors $1.00 : Auto Strop Safety Razors $5.00 n Gillett Safetv Razors $5.00 $7.50 Durham Duplex Razors $1.00 $5.00 q Ever-Ready Razors $1.00 I EUELL9 The Red Cross Pharmacy .ft FWI H4 IrM ata Gifts That Are Different including odd little cushions, combining choice little importej doll and dainty materials. Embroidered cae of fill kinds, fhowing exquisite work of deft fingers, and then there &r wonderfully beautiful gift towels, etc WINIFRED E. ROWELL -vn rmnLiir: m'trrL" )1 L.MH malv (IUII riORTCE SIX CATS OVF8DCE. Act NOW do your Christmas shopping TODAY! 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