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THE BAWIE DAILY TIMES, JJAKKE, VT., TllUHSUAY, OCTOIJElt 28, 1915.
1.i..MajsMjMiMjw Glenwoods are always Brim Full of New Wrinkles The Glenwood Balanced Bakinff Damper is far ahead of any other-it Is Positive as the turning of a railroad switch-open to start the fire, closed to bake-just this one damper for. kindling or baking and best all, it can't warp or stick. ; 'MS!'!!, HIS MO'wi'iJ.fin.p. w 'i:!!lir'S!;f!i:i';' J Fatf? i ..... I i:lGLENTO0Di " Reynolds Son, Barre NURSE'S ERROR CAUSED DEATH Patient Died of Oxalic Acid Poisoning and Four Others Very 111 NURSE DISCHARGED, NOT PROSECUTED ..tuUllllffrm. K" T , T 1 1 ' 1 i. Keeping bathroom eloan and bright, Gold Dutt add to your delight 771 Cola Vast lwtn The Glenwood Itevolv ing Coal Grate is easy to shake at all times, and simply fine for re moving clinkers. It is triangular in shape, with three different sides for wear. The Glenwood Sectional Top is inter changeablecross pieces can not warp a wash boiler can be placed at the back as well as in front for quick heating, leaving the front holes free for cooking. The Glenwood Shelf Under Oven Door 13 not stationary it automatically raises and lowers as oven door is opened or closed. It is always level with oven bot toma great convenience when basting meats or removing food. The Ash Pan rests on a roller bearing frame just open door and it rolls out at the slightest touch, neat and clean. Glenwood Iron is smooth and perfect the easiest of any to clean a real delight to the most exacting housekeeper. It's, the range that "Makes Cooking Easy" CANADA TURNS TO WAR ORDERS Needs of Great Armies Main Industrial Incentive Manufacturers Deal Directly With War Office. Montreal, Oct. 28. The current issue of the Canadian Grocer contains an ar ticle on "Canada's War (Supplies," which eavs in part; With all branches of trade more or less dislocated from their usual channels and unprecedented business condition prevailing, the attention of the manu facturer and the producer i being large ly occupied in an analysis of this com mercial confusion with the idea of taking advantage of any development which may work to his compensation and ad antnge. The predominant factor in the Canadian situation at the present time it, wsr orders. In the readjustment of ft ff reflection it Beauty A liauid powder for th cnmpfeiton thai will r Biaia unnolkcd on the Kin upmor to dt y powders. Gouraud's Oriental Cream We win tens' camples kxichamote ami SMfc 4 uworr leaves far I Sc. lo enver east of suilv S an m appwg. F T. Neetlai lal fT Orea! J. he. .w ork Utjr affairs new markets for our natural prod ucts aVirn.nl and new demands for our manufactured goods at home will un-j uoubtedJy materialize, out . wime u great conflict lasts tlie needs 01 tne arm ies in the Held will form the great in centive to our energies. Working along practical lines, an ar rangement was reached through the Ca nadian Pacific, railway by which Edward Fitzgerald of the company's purchasing department and a buyer of many years experience was made agent of the war office. His machinery is unit of the C. P. R. system, which is acting directly under the control of the British authori ties. Thus Canadian manufacturers and producers seeking a share of war bus iness need not consider such fsctors as political 'Influence, second hand commis sions, etc. They will be dealing with the war office just as they would dvl with the Csnadian Pacific railway. This means thst good are bought on their merits, the three important points Wing quality, appearance and price. fcinee hi appointment Mr. ntrgeraia has placed orders for about $.1.0i0,0in. In relation to the reports which have been heard of the immensity of the shell orders, this amount is romps rati rely small; but when it is remembered thst it is for miscellaneous articles and when it is considered in relation to peace times it will be recognized that it represent a big volume of busines. However, there is reason to believe that it might have been greater with a wider field and with letter appreciation in Fngland of our possibilities A regard the amount of money in volved, the most important Items of the purchase made cover the follow ing: Woolen ok and cotton drwer, shov els, axes, electric wire and kindles, cheese. ALLEGE EFFORT TO DECEIVE Was Made by New Haven Railroad Board in Massachusetts WHEN ROAD SOUGHT TO GET "OLD COLONY" Ends Dry, Hoarse or Painful Coughs Quickly Pimple, Home-Ma Rente 7, . Iaemjeaslv hat 1 aetjaalc Government Alleges Stock of Steamboat Co. Was Held by Morgan Temporarily Every Day a Bargain Day AT THE C N. Kcnyon & Cos Store We are getting in from our 4orehou every day new lots of good that we have not had room to display, on which we are tnakinff a big rut ne b4 f large ir lUml Latrpo, reguiar value 4.V. Sale lYiee, a tfC ne M -f 7-pieee ;i Iterry S-1j regular value f 1 10. Sale lriee, T 79c ( Hve M t,t Punch fin I ana II .ls; regular tlie II fT f-l. Sale Price, fit ac ne bt f 7 IV Water - with , i.-fc 4 trays; regular ), l-2.". Sale lYw-e, t e 1 rtf CnriJr; rej-ular ! IV atd IV. Sale ir . ye f Vt nf t tirta;a-r.; rT1r !. . ie rne. ewi It 7U 4 f ijt One 4 tk.t !' TspT '!.": regular 1u, ; J"t tun4fr4. Ssle fti, t-er fcu4r-J tt i r nnnln fH f Sliw -flw; feeTilar ?, fie es-fc. Sale ttK-. e.'h je. vt s far Jt One emwrter ,4 Je Ten ar4 di ( 4 d mi."ry . ;5e IVye. e'fe y, S Is ft Oar Tc eour.tw is a wir m r cut window OrdtTB Ukm for r-,Ath rg H P.nner St at nry lew- r ncr W. H. Wcslcotf. IManagcr New York, (Vt. 28. m.en Charles S. Mcll. n resumed the witness stand yester day for his tilth day of testimony at the trial of the 11 director and former di tertor of the New York. New Haven & Hartford railroad under the Sherman anti trust law, Atty. Frank Swarker, for the government, spread before the jury written tentimony to jrove that the New Haven directors took action to d eeive the authorities of MacliuHt at a time hen the road w ekirig to acquire, the minority sto.k of the Ol.l Cidotiy Steamship company liaik in IV14. He read into the rm-ords minute whi h indicated that the Iward of director t.k eognianee of the fact that the M diUM'tt Senate a inquiring into the leaw of the ld Colony railroad by tSe New Haven snd the oi l Colony Steam lwat riiiany, and that the question i.f the New Hoen's policy in the mtt' dmnisaed. 7 he government aTl.re that five steam tt st'ick m-quired was tentfesrily transferred to lreel. Mirpn a Co.. J. P. M Tfan'a riuladetphia limiw, nr. t I blfl aiit'KW'tv had leen obtained en titling the New Haven t It'dl it. It s sV.wan that Irevel, Mtsb 4 Co. gve tieir 4 for t!e 14 'r vw and thst tt n.t was eir hnrd Un te stek after th Ms.sae,.it hlilsture l.s 4 ns.le it fw.1.1e for tle New lis tea leraHv to hold it. I X X X ! The prompt and positive results given by this pleasant tasting, home-made cough svrup has caused it to be used in more homes than anv other remedy. It f ives almost instant relief anil will usual y overcome the average cough in 24 hours. tiet 24 ounces Tinei (50 cents worth) from any drug store, pour it into a pint bottle and till the bottle with plain granu lated sugar svrup. ihis makes a full pint a family supplv of the most ef fective cough remedv st a cost of onlv fit rents or less. Vou couldn't bur a much readv-made cough medicine for 2.50. Kasilv prepared and never spoils.- Full directions with I'intx. The promptness, certainly and ease with which thi Pine Syrup overcome bad cough, chest or throat cold is truly remarkable. It quirkly loosen a dry, hoars or tight contli and heal and soothes a painful cough in a hurrr. With persistent loose cougn 11 stop tne lor Atlantic City Hospital Was Scene of the Tragic Affair Atlantic City, tf. .T., Oct. 28. fine man is dead and four patients are fighting for their lives in Atlantic City hospital be cause of a mistake made by a nurse, who T?a.ve oxalic acid by mistake. The dead man is Joseph W. Thomas, 35 years , old, 704 Arctic avenue. He was brought to the hospital suffering from injuries received when he was run over by a wagon. One of the nurses gave him the poison, thinking it was his medi cine, as it was the same color. He died Oct. 14, but the hospital authorities kept the cause of his death a secret. ' Yesterday the hospital authorities re fused to discuss the case, but stated that the nurse had been discharged. They would not give out her name and re fused to tell the names of the four other patients, who are said to be fighting o!f the effects of the poison. County Physician Souder gave a deaih certificate for the removal of Thomas' body. He says there will be no prose cution, as he is convinced that the poison was administered by mistake.' It also became known that Prosecutor Charles S. Moore and the county medical authori ties knew the cause of the death of Thomas, but they too have kept the news a secret. YAJho the four other patients are Is known only to the hospital authorities. It was stated, however, that as prompt treatment was administered shortly after the mistake was made, there is a good chance of the four recovering. The mis take of the nurse in the case of Thomas was not discovered until the poison had done its work too effectively to offset it. Prosecutor Moore says that he agreed not to prosecute the nurse, nor to make any investigation after he had verified the statements that had been made to him by the board of directors of the hos pital. He said that the members of the board visited him, explained the mistake of the nurse and assured him that everything possible was being done to save the lives of the other four patients. They asked him for the sake of the hospital's repu tation to refrain from a prosecution which would only result in unpleasant notoriety. CATCH AUTO ' THIEF SUSPECT IN FITCHBURG Tho Active Cleaner Gold Dust never shirks its work. BeinS an active cleaner, it dissolves quickly in hot or cold water forming a solu tion that you can use with confidence on tiling or any kind of enameled ware: on woodwork, bathroom fixtures and every kind of . kitchen and table ware. EHIZSIFAI R B AN K!S5l1 MAKERS . "Lot Ihm COLD DUST TWIM8 do jour work" 1 :!! Fire-cent and larger package for 1m everywhere U BUST GERARD PLEADS FOR LIEGE SPIES mat ion of phlegm in the throat and bron chial tubes, thus ei baiking. ending the annoying Piner la a hiel.lr concentrated com pound of genuine Norwav pine extrart. rich in guaiacol and is famous tle world over for its splendid effeet in broneluti. whooping cough, bronchial asthma and winter cough. To avoid disappointment in making this ask vour druggist for ounce of Pinex," and don't acrent anvthmg else. A guarantee of absolute satisfac tion, or monev promptly refunded, gne with thi preraratiun. lit Pinrx Co., f t. Wavne, Ind. its assault. Army offii-ial predict that if the Crrn re-enforcement arrive Villa way not attempt to attatk, or at ht the battle ground would be rhoa-n south of Agua Piiet and suflii-iently fr enough from t he lorder to aioid d:.ger to Amerkan in iNnigla. None f the tarranj trn,ip will be permitted to leave their trains while en route aifoss American oiI. With lien. all.' garrison of 2-Vsl men at Ag' Prieta, t!e I arrsnrtMss nuM far ut- number t he remnant of villas army. Xesrly S.si more Carraeristaa are marching upn ilia's rear from fiuav- tfias. Arsiv iiii iai i in e t n a nur be hemmet in and rooted anl.ws be re treat farther werfnard iuta the Scnora mountains. AMERICAN TRAINS FOR CARRANZA ARMY U. 8. VTifl Ttt Hp th re Facta Ger-Ttn-et Ta CraiB ViH W'i3 Kir Twp From ar r I DvviU. VV,.t T. - C - -ep. e t It ! r A mere- a"1 f lte. srn r 4rm f ; ie Paaa ! jir'i'. T-1 t Isnj its. A't were tk e It r," t en.-fe4. f.a ,?rei fe.emel1 t' f."'t '.,e t 4-1 f . !.... areef. ,- tl 4 V'lf e. iw f tis f 1 " lei. a J r4e-re t we p''Tjs ! w. at f e.e a i f ft ""' f Te ,.... ft A; na fvv. e-tw I .e 1 ... ".'Itj. !"- . ' J. . ..j" -e.e ew ' . '. fl . ff.'t r i ft ae. ' (w t 9 ' I " "e" f -tr f..K- a- W. e . - t ,-" ! r" ,'-rw jw". t" j t.fa nitt te,,et uit t.c) t-ir'Bl skin hesJi diseases If y"3 Kar rcrT?, rrcron fi-rtef t?f .)mz. hvrtiirz, rawr T "rr; !jr tVt fr. "H. try Vest nrA O.rtnert i K- n-J Sop ar J t Y q-'r ?T tVe ir? r zirr in tevT. f.ii.rT9 t!e, n 1 ir- 'W j ft j w m mi In " aaaa. ksi y a! aeacaik. Hyde Park Policeman Brinji Back Much Sought Youth. Boston, Oct. 28. Patrolman Frank Shepherd of the Hyde Park police sta tion brought back to this city John R. Ilrown, apd 20 year, arrested by the Kitchburg police, who wa wanted by the police of this city. The arrest of Brown i considered by the police to be of the most important, a a country-wide search hd been made for him. The po line say he is one of a gang of thieve who have been stealing automobile in thi city for some time. Brown i said to h one of the trio which broke into the Hyde Park garage the morning of July IS. stealing an au tomobile owned by W. J. Finn of Hyde Park avenue. hih wa later found abandoned in the field in New Hamp shire. Miortlv after the brek the two alleged companion of Brown were ar rested, and they are now serving sen tence in the house of correction. Brown wa indirted by the Suffolk gTnd jury, and it wa on thi indutment he wa brought back to thi city. He is now held at the Charle street jail awaiting bondsmen. The roung man's arrest wa brought about by ln-per Jodey and Patrol- man M Kenna of trie t itctitMirg poli. ho bad lieen given a description of the miraing man. The inpe tor wa notified that Brown a awn in the city and a lo waUn was k'1 on all the garage. The young anan waa seen in the vkinity of IjnnenUirf street. Fitch wirg. and the oflieer waited for him. In a short time he entered a gar ape and be wa at oik laoed under arrt. At first He denied hi t.hntity. it is said. it later admitted, aceordinff to the p.di that be the wiura soiigM fT man. The Hiiiglum .n nould like t ipitwm Bre-nn for the ,urre of seeing if be e.iil4 throw ny liht os tlw leak in that to a. hk rea.ilted in the rnt of ( me ! attacked O wf Jim, M tin flwt. ofie .ing ki.'lej Itvn I .uil4 f the -hief. Instructed to Intercede for 32 Condemned to Die for Alleged Military Offenses. .' , Washington, D. C, Oct;. 28. The state department announced yesterday that American Ambassador Gerard at Berlin had been directed to use his good ofiicesj in behalf of thirty-two persons court martialled at Liege, Belgium, for al leged military offenses. Secretary of State Lansing said the JtH-lgia.il minis ter had appealed to him ill behalf of the prisoners. In view of the uncertainty as to the exact offences charged against the pris oners Ambassador Gerard was instruct ed to act only if it proved proper for the United States to intervene. The state department denied that President Wilson has been personally appealed to in behalf of the thirty-two prisoners. The administration has no information of the nationality of the persons ar rested, but they are supposed to be mostly Belgians. Whether any women were involved is not known. London, Oct. 28. Thirty-four addi ditional death sentences against per sons charged with espionage and trea son have been pronounced by court-martial at Liege, according to information received here yesterday from Amsterdam. The Amsterdam Tijd is the authority for this information. This newspaper also states that Pope Benedict, the king of Spain and President Wilson liave been asked by telegraph to use their In fluence in behalf of the condemned pris oners. Oflicial announcement was made yes terday that another spy had been put to death here. The announcement says the prisoner, charged with espionage, wa tried recently by the general court martial, found guilty and sentenced to death. This sentence was confirmed and carried out yesterday morning. Another spy wa put to death Tuesday. It wa announced yesterday that two persons known as "K" and "L" had been arrested in England on charges of be ing German agents. "K" is described as a German and i charged with forging an American passport. He was tried by court-martial on Sept. 20, and wa convicted. "V is stid to be of Turkish extrac tion and will be tried shortly by .' a court-martial. Richard Keihn, a German, lina been sentenced to serve six months at I'lym- . outh for traveling from New Orleans with documents issued to a Dutchman namea van uyni:. jvuiiiu nuiuibuu "is guilt, . JILTED GIRL THREW ACID IN PRINCE'S EYES Produces Letter To Prove His Promise To Marry Her Prince Leopold May Lose Sight. Milan, Italy (via Paris), Oct. 28. Prince Leopold of Cohurg, who waa wounded with a revolver in the hands of Fraulein Kamilk Rybicka and burned I with acid so severely last week that ho may lose his sight, was attacked by the girl because lie had failed to carry out his promise to marry her. The Seeola states. A letter from the prince, written from Paris and dated July 1, 1014, in which, he promised to marry the girl within a . . . a, - II.. T .. . semester, is in ine possession oi iue jrua Zeitung, The Secola says. In this let ter the prince is said to have declared her his sole heir and requested his father to pay her 2,000,000 crowns in tho event of his death. The semester passed and the prince gave no sign that he intended to fulfil his promise, the report reads. In a frenzy Fraulein Rybicka tried to kill him for revenge. Afterward Fraulein Rybicka committed suicide by shooting herself. The prince is still in a grave condition. Tho girl was the daughter of a Viennese , police captain. MORE GOLD FROM CANADA. Shipment of $5,000,000 in Sovereigns Reaches 'Assay Office, New York. New York, Oct. 28. Five million dol lars in gold sovereigns from Canada wer received by the assay office here yester day, the first of numerous anticipated shipments of about this size. The money was for the account of J. P. Morgan & Co., and is only about one-fifth the sine of recent gold shipments made here from Canada for their account. The shipment i the first to be made in conformance with the request of the assay office that gold be shipped in small er quantities. So much gold has been received at the assay office, recently that the facilities of the institution have been taxed. TIS0!I TO SEE CLASH. Sneaker Iret! Tt tfc Vi'itt H. li.t..;1., !. H. ? - -;.e,l" lark ba ! tj r:tM l-y teirt W it , tn rr 'er w -t W I ;n a rne t b nre 4 n-e. er.eieT-a Ml t ne p-w-H bfi.litue famine f -r t ! nrt -,, prt"tilt'y tl iie.t-te:-a t!n f' tit"l H .fae T Tew 4,vi ete.iV sft Vtef t tl- )k ef at'flslxr e-tten-nf tUj 1,'t tn V' tts-k f' Jt.ft A .teef 1 ae 4. te r 4e4 l ' ea!i le ws.Vs j V,rw- iMif-e Ve .f the !'.! ; roam t l-e ewf '! fi- v ..e .- , . t nt - - T wa f --. -' e- . .l ' '-t ' 't t . J f, , j,--'l ft J - ' Wood's as Boston Coffee The wise Housewife demands Wood's Boston Coffee for two reasons: First Because the want, the best coffee and Wood' Boston Coffee hat been the best for over 40 years. Second Because she wants the handsome percolator shown above a genuine spun aluminum Royal Rochester $2.50 percolator. 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