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THE UARRE DAILY TIMES, BARIIE, ,VT., SATURDAY, JtrNTS 5, 19U.
Topics of the Home and Household. Meats for salads should be cut with scissors instead of a knife,' . ' A cloth saturated with keroacne will clean a sink, bathtub or bowl that hag become : discolored. Hub brink ly, .then rinse out first with hot water, then colu. , When conking cabbage or oniont put a mail quantity of vinegar in a cup on the stove. This neutralises in a great measure the odor from the cooking vege tables. A jelly-bag, strainer-cloth, pudding-bag or dumping-nets should never be washed withV soap, as the next thing that is I put into or passed through them will 1.. .,. ,.f !, olbnli Wool, tl.r. ! i BUKIT ironic mm pmnii. ?non v.-- bags with warm water as soon as usen before the substances stick or dry on t then rinse in clean warm water and dry in the air. . For a Clear complexion. To have a clear complexion, it is im perative that all the execretory organ are kept in a healthy condition. Alan obstinate cases of constipation and ski diseases are the result of not drinking sufficient water to carry off the waste matter. The water, of course, must be pure. Take a class a half hour before breakfast, several between meals and glass before retiring. Once a week you . shrlild scald your : toothbrush well, pouring plenty of boll ing water all over tne bristles.. This not only helps to Keep it clean and conse cuently in good condition, but it is n?c essary for sanitary reasons. A great many germs find their way into the mouth and congregate on the teeth whence they pass to the toothbrush Also the brush itself, if it is kept in a room with the window open, is apt to collect a batch of germs from every dusty wind. The scalding kills any bacill which may exist in the bristles and keeps the brush in condition for much longer usage. Desserts for Hot Day. There are many frozen desserts that are easily prepared at home If one has a good freezer, says the Irish orld, and with little difficulty they can be made very attractive. Here are some sugges tions for new and delicious concoctions Canton Banana Pudding rreparor a rich, smooth custard from a scant pint of milk, three ejrgs and two tablespoon fuls of sugar. When the .custard is cool. add one pint of sweetened whipped cream five bananas that have been peeled and pressed through a ricer, one cupful of preserved ginger syrup and one cupful of chopped preserved ginger. Pour into a rhilled freezer and freeze slowly until firm and smooth. Repack in a melon mould and serve unmounded with a bor der of small macaroons pressed into the , base of the pudding. Chocolate Fig Cream Scald two cup fuls of rich milk, add two squares of rhocolate that have been melted over hot water, two tablespoonfuls of granulated sugar and a tiny pinch of ground cinna mon, look until wen tmckened. remove from the fire, and when cold fold in th stiffly whipped white of one egg and half a pint of cream that has been beaten solid with two tablespoonfuls of pow dered sugar. Flavor with vanilla and turn into a two-quart freezer. Turn the i handle until a slight resistance is felt. then add one large cupful of finely chopped figs. Continue freezing until . smooth, and serve In slender crysta glasses, each portion capped with a ta blcspoonful of sweetened whipped cream but Caramel Cream look one oupfu of sugar to a caramel, taking care not to burn it; then add slowly one cupful of boiling water and cook until It threads t ool and pour over tha well-beaten whites of two eggs. Whip steadily until It fiiickens and is very creamy. Have in readiness two cupfula of thick cream li ten solid; fold tliis into tha caramel mixture with one larga cupful of chopped nut meats, and freeze in the usual man ner. Or, if preferred, it may be frozen in the form of a mousse by turning into a mould witb a water-tight cover and bury. ing in ice and rock aalt for four or five hour before serving. It is excellent pre pared in eitner manner. Pineapple Frappa Dissolve one cupful of sugar in three eupfuls of scalded rreani, cool and add one large cupful of drained and ahredded pineapple. Pour Into a chilled freeier, turn the handle for five or six minutea and mix in ona cup fill of powdered macaroon crumb, the etiffly-whipped white of ona egg and half a cupful of chopped maraschino cherries, freeze until firm and serve in small crys tl sherbet cups. Maple Velvet Cream Beat the yolksol eight egga for IS minutes. Put one cup ful of maple sv-rnn on to boil and then gradually best the hot syrup into the ejrg yolk, riser on the range again and stir evmstsntiy lor onr minute; then re mote from the fire and to. Peat two cupful of cream Very aiifft fold this into ihr errtip mixture and freere slowly un til firm and smooth. One cupful of rbnppM But meat or shredded coooanut ny he added when the cream is half froren. Dorothy Dexter. RESINOL BEGINS TO HEAL SICK SKINS AT ONCE Tou don't have to WONDER if Resi nol Ointment ia doing you good. You KNOW it is, because the first applica tion stops the itching and your tortured skin feela cool and comfortable at last. Why don't YOU try this easy Resinol way to heal eczema or similar skin erup tion t Resinol clears away pimples, too, and it a valuable household remedy for cuts, sores, burns, chafings, etc. It has been prescribed by doctors for 20 yeara and containa nothing to injure the ten derest akin. Eold by all druggists, HOW TO KEEP BABY'S SKIN WELL The regular use of Resinol Soap is usually enough to prevent those dis tressing rashes and chafings to which most babies are subject. This is so, .first, because Resinol Soap is absolutely pure and free from harsh alkali, and second, because it contains the Resinol medication, on which so many physi cians rely for skin troubles. FULLER'S EARTH PRODUCED IN 1914. alTCSTTC vteseun n 1 n il aMJS mnsswei Shows Increase in Quantity and Value Over 1913 Output, According to U. S. Geological Survey. The fuller's earth industry showed con siderable progress in 1014, with an in crease in both output and -value, com pared with 1913. The production ao- vanced from 3H.594 short tons in 1013 to 40,1)81 short tons in 1914, and the value from $369,750 in 1913 to $403,04(1 in 1914 ccording to Jefferson Middleton or the UnitedMates (ieoloirical Mirvey. Fullers earth is found in Hi states and was produced for market in 1914 in nev- en Arkansas, California, Colorado, Flor ida, Georgia, Massachusetts and 1 exas South Carolina dropped out in 1914 and Texas re-entered the list of producers, making the number of producing states the same in 1914 as in 1913. Fuller's earth is used in this country principally in bleaching, clarifying, or filtering fats, greases and oils; it is not now much employed for fulling cloth, the use from which it obtained its name. It is also used in the manufacture of pigments for printing wall papers, for the detection of certain coloring matters in some food products, and as a stibsti- ute for talcum powder. The common practice with mineral oils is to dry the earth carefully, after which it is ground to suitable sizes and run into long cylin ders, through which the crude mineral oils are allowed to percolate slowly. As result, the oil that first comes out is perfectly water white and much thinner than that which follows. I he oil is al lowed to continue percolating through the earth until the color reaches a certain maximum shade. With the vegetable oils the process is radically different. The oil is heated in large tanks beyond the boiling point of water; from 6 to 10 per cent, of it weight of fuller's earth is then added; nd the mixture u vigorously stirred! nd then filtered off through bag filter, The coloring matter remain with the earth, the filtered oil being of a pale raw color. Florida is the leading state in the pro duetion of fuller's earth, more than 7- per cent, of the total quantity and value having been reported from that state in 1914. The average price of Florid earth was $10.07 a ton, compared with $9.91 a ton for all eastern states and $9.5 a ton for the whole country. GERMANS GOT LITTLE BOOTY Troops, Supplies and Guns Were Removed from Przemysl "A Rubber Chain Tread built on a Powerful Modern Tire BEFORE THE CZAR'S TROOPS LOST FORTRESS My 'x Wk m jemrS Vtesv mk Gen. Mackensen Now Aim ing at Lemberer Poison ous Gas Is Used Re-enter Serbia. How closely war and politics are re lated is forcibly illustrated once more in the case of berbia; to judge or interpret the external events of a canipaigu with out regard to the political motives, some of which may be conjectural or tempo rarily quite unknown, is to risk serious error. 1 bat there lias been aome mys tery about tha Kerbian campaign has been clear ever since fighting there stopped so suddenly last December. That Austria's military position compelled so complete a cessation of host nun wa incredible, and if Austria were no hard pressed as that it was not plain why Serbia even though badly mauled and typhus ravaged could not pre a guer rills campaign. J here were rumors of a split in Austrian politics over the ones tion of a fresh punitive expedition againat Serbia, and by one report the foreign minister. Count Berchtold, fell Inuu oHinr on just this issue. Vet while aome of the guce pointed toward the truth, it remained for Italy In publishing its reasons for going to war to reveal tba fundamental fact of tlie caea. It appears that this prolonged quiet on the Serbian front was simplv sn armistice exacted by Italy as a condition of going on with the Austrian negntia tions. If Italy was then resolve.! upon mar and merely playing for time this stipulation would go some way to jutifv tha fierce denunciation of Italian treach ery by Emperor Francis Joseph. It i mors likely that the hope, strong! v pro claimed by Glolitti, that Italy's aspira tions might ba satisfied without war till had some bold on the pnvrrninent. and that the nepotist low. nlnig t be out come of hnh Serbia was not to lw two- lested. were entered upon in good faith. For this stipulation in behalf of Serbia the roa is plain. It awa the menace to Italian interest invidved n Austria ttai-k on Sebi whiih gave Italy its ex cvise to denounce the tr-tv of el'ianee id lsW to dlar wsr. toward t- destruction of Serbia Italy was lkn ; the name gruf4 sa I. upland- tsH tb nirtmfi of P-it'iim. Wits Italy's brVfP-rrnr Vt tb as tmff, of course, automat i- '! v r!f-a tti n rod. and this is the snfln t r1 t ?.!t.a - ioi of the rfi'w-rd mil. tar r a-t:i r in Oat smarter. Ir'owi-y rf--r r trat-a. ton. tta t c!i- t rn?orM Italian !an of sn t-'' t ary for on tH of th A-lriatir fr Tta"a tirrrt- Th tTTrtnr ! t nt tt r-r ""n sr eitr.in-'y A- 't at-. ni if a worVing a"np-n--vt a ye, t Hiwi lit! ! ae4 ! wn a wi sy tn i Petrogiad, June 5. The Russians sue ceeded in w ithdiHvviiig nearly all their troops, gnus and supplies from Przemysl before the fortress fell into-the hands of the Germans, the war ofticu yesterday announced. 1 he omcial statement said "We carried away from I'rwmysl the materials taken from the Aiihtrians. This finished, we removed on Tuesday the last of our' batteries. The following night our troops, pursuant to orders, evacuated the fronts to the north and wet of the positions surrounding the city and formed a more concentrated force to the cant : "Attacks delivered by the enemy Mon day between Przemysl' and the Dniester were repulsed. "in the regions beyond the Dniester, the enemy, concentrating important forces in the town of htryj, succeeded in advancing on the Lismenitza-Stryj front. They sustained great losses, however, leaving a thousand prisoners iu the course ol our counter attacks, On the Switza-Lomuitza front Mon day, we pressed the enemy on the Hys troa and successfully repulsed his at tacks. West of Hinliiik, we almost com pletely annihilated the Second, Third and roun.li Iyrol regunents. "On the Bzura luesday, the enemy sent out a great cloud of sas, which' at first reached the river but later, owing to a change of wind, was carried back into the enemy's trenches, compelling a large number of Germans to. leave the trenches along awide front. Our fire decimated them as they 'fled.'" Berlin (via The Hague) , June .". The Austro-Gcrman march on l,emberg has hegun. I'iMHi a 100-inile front, the com bined forces of Mackensen and I.insingen are rolling the Russians back upon heir last stronghold in (ialicia. The Slavs are making desperate efforts to re form their lines for a final staud. From hia new headquarters in Prase mysl, Gen. .Mackensen telegraphed a message of congratulation to the king of Bavaria yesterday. J lie conduct ol our brave Kavarian troops has aided us in a great victory," wired the German commander. "They have won a name for themselves tti the history of a great war Nearly three entire Austro-Cernian army corps pressed on through Przemysl Thursday eastward along the l-mberg railway and occupied Medvka, eight miles east of the captured fortress city. without resistance. from the south, von l.insingen is hurling the full weight of his armies against the Russian left wing. A gigan tic battle im raging along the entire front from the reition of Samhor to north of Stryj. Repeated terrific Rus sian counter-attacks have failed to halt the Austro-German advance north of Stryj, and the Russian left is slowly retiring. 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Send your name and address, for a set of Free Tire Record Blanks, to Service Station for United States Tires VERMONT TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY 14 Prospect Street, Barre, Vermont "Chain Tread" Tires are sold by Leading Reliable Dealers. Do not accept substitutes m Made by the Largest Rubber Company in the World (Operating 46 Factories) ITALIANS STILL CONTINUE TO WIN retreat through the great Galicia petroleum district, the Russians are setting fire to every oil well in their path. Vienna dispatches yesterday esti mated that sn.ooo tons of oil have set in flames. All the public school were closed here yesterday in celebration of the i-ty at Praeinysl. The I'erlin newspapers predicted that Vakenena drive will sweep every soldier of the erar out of Galician territory. North of Priemysl, in the region east of .laroslsv, the retreating Riiian lste sbandoiied many guns. A Isrge psrt of the gsrriwm tfiat defended Prwmyl ssaiiK-t the last rushes of the Itaianan fell into the hands of the victorious armies. Mit the number ot prisoners Iiaa not Vet Ix-en estimated. GERMANY TO PAY FOR HARMTOCULFLIGHT Ambassador Gerard Cables a Note from tb German Govern ment. Washington, P. C June S. Ambassa dor tsrd fabled, the stste department yesterday a note from th iw-rmas gov- ernmeitt, agreeing to ry indemnitv f,r thr danisje done by a erman aub iririnr to the Amrriesji t ea met ;ul fl'gtrt, torp-difd off thr h'i ily island. STILL riCHTIJfC 15 HAVTI. Favorable, Though Slow, Progress on the Southern Slopes of Monte Nero and on the Iwnio, oays Gen eral Cadorna. Rome, dune 3. via Paris. June 5. An official atatement issued last night says rejiorts of prejiaralory movements along the entire front show that the situation continues to develop in favor of the Ital ian, who have assumed an enVetive of fensive againat the Austrian, who are strongly intrenched and supported b, powerful artillery. The statement, signed by Oneral Ot dotna, cJiiff of the gentT1 staff, fol "Preliminary niovementa and engage ments continued all along the frontier during June 3, developing always to our advantage. Stxv-isl mention mut be made of the favorable although slow projfTe.a our trooi are developing on the southern sloies of Monte Nero, on t l,e tp orsgs oa t! left bank of the! laonro nrar Tolmino and on the line of PERFECTING RELIEF PLANS Without Waiting to Learn Effect of Mexican Note EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE arranging to take out foreigners by horseback. .;nd automobile to points from whieh there is train service t Vera C'rur.. President Wilson's statement was de livered TlmrsiUy in Mexico City fo. transmission to Generals Car and Za pata. Department officials helime it has by this time lieen delivered t.1 General Villa and therefore is in the hand of all the Mexican leaders. Appeal for aid for the distressed 'peo ple of Mexico ill be sent throughout the l nited states. ANTILLA'S SKIPPER PROTESTS OF BRITAIN CZAR SAYS "YES" TO WILSON. Russian Emperor Responds Favorably to President's Personal Latter. Washington, I), t'.. -lune 5. - Kmperor Nicholas of Russia ha responded favor ably to President ilson's personal let ter conveying a request by Austria thst provision be made for msivting Silu rian camp where Austrian prisoners are held. Following unsuccessful negotiations through usual diplomatic rhanncl. In-, lonstantin Immha. the Austrian smhas ssdor here, aked President Wilsim shout to month sgo to send a personal letter to r'mp'ror Nit hulas. 1 he re quest the tesiilt of rrrt thst Aus- Wshinrton. .tune 5. Without waiting j tnan fivilisn snd prisoner of sr were It see bow the contending mil.tary fse-i" :'"'nf l'r"PT '"-sim.Tif. i ..r .,us- - .(rtss Hfii.rnn.,it .L imI thai 1 li in.Mi. ... .. - 1 J ..l. I, :.l . - " tne ssiiey. i ur iris-p are tijfMing wnn x"-r i,,n Im roe lmted bv Ameri.sn Rid dssh snd deter m I na 1 10a against Au- iNon'a wsrning. sdministration officials ross scents. tnses strongty ir.tnnrhed and Support-' ,-M,,r ro,nriatn8 ith tl.e! Tiie anssrt. delayed because f the ed by powtful artillery. American ld Wos in rarrvinc forward ' absenee of tl emiKror from Petrovrad. a broujrlit here ct.tday by Ray Paket, private errtary to AmbassadfW Marve. To Succor the Distressed People of Neighbor hood Republic Naturalized German Says He Was Held Up 59 Days by the British Authorities. New York, .lune .'. (ieorge Cornehl, captain of the American steamer An tilla, brought hi vessel into port yes terday from Copenhagen with a vigorous complaint against the treatnunt accord ed him by the Untir-h authorities, who detained him .VJ day on hi outward voyage. Captain Cornehl is a natural ized American f (mm man dcs-ent. He sailed from New York in February with a cargo for Sweden and Pcmnark. which was loaded, he asserts, under the inspec tion of the British consul general, gave him a certificate. He was taken into Kirkwall and detained II day, dur ing which time a guard, he asserted, watched him cont imnul v. After hav ing been ordered to lund-e, hi vessel, lie said, was detained 4S day there and hslf of the cargo taken off. m the re turn trip. Captain Corm-hl said, be was detained two and a half hotir by a Hrit iah cruiser. 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