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THE liAHKK DAILY TIMES, UAKKE, VT., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915.
2j m Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition San Diego, 1915 . For Flavor and Quality Baker's Cocoa IS JUST RIGHT It hai the deliciom taste nd natural color of high-grade coco beans; it is skilfully prepared by perfect mechanical process; without the use of chemicals, flavoring or artificial coloring matter. It is pure and wholesome, conforming to all the National and State Pure Food Laws. ; ; . Caution: Get the genuine with our trade-mark on the package. WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD. Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS ma. u.i. rAT. off. CITY OWNERSHIP i CANADA SUCCESS Story of How Municipal Proprietorship of Public Utilities Came Out Told in United States Consular Report. . , , Washington, Nov. 20. The story of the success of municipal ownership of public utilities by the city of Calgary, in the province of Alberta, Canada, is told in a report to the department of commerce by Consul bamuel C. Keat. Beginning with 1900, Calcarv, bv pur chase, formed the nucleus of the present system of waterworks. I Ins wus fol lowed In 1904 by constructing a munici pal electric light plant. In September, 1008, the construction of a municipally owned street railway system was start ed. The report deals with each project eeparately and shows how it has pro pressed financially. The waterworks af- lord a moderate schedule of domestic rates. The plant has ovt-r 190 miles of water mains. Last year's balance sheet for the waterworks shows revenue of WHAT TO DO FOR ITCHING SKINS Eczema, ringworm and other itching, burning skin eruptions are so easily made worse by improper treatment that one has to be very careful. There Is one method, however, that you need not hes itate to use, even on a baby's tender skin that is, the resinol treatment. Resinol is the prescription of a Balti more doctor, put up in the form of res inol ointment and resinol soap. This proved so remarkatJy successful that thousands of other physicians have been prescribing it constantly for 20 years. Resinol stops itching instantly, and almost always heals the eruption quick ly and at little cost. Resinol ointment and resinol soap can be bought at any druggist's. CLEARS BLOTCHY SKIN Try resinol soap for a week. You will be surprised to see how it clears and freshens your complexion, even in that short time. t?sed for the sham poo, it removes dandruff and kepps the hair live, rich and lustrous. This is because it contains the soothing, heal ing resinol medication. $398,421, and expenditure of $304,709. This leaves a surplus of $33,712. In addition to this surplus this utility has paid nil its debenture interest and debenture sinking fund and lias provided a depreciation reserve account totaling $458,1X11 December 31. I!)14. The surplus for 1015 to August 31 was $14,506. With, respect to the electric light and power plant, the report shows, the capi tal expenditure of this utility amounts to $2,043,591. The. capacity is 15,000 kilowatts. The mode of obtaining power is by steam turbine and vertical recipro cating engines, boilers being fired by natural gas, with coal stand-by. Not only has this department reduced light from 14 cents per kelowatt hour to five cents, and power from 10 cents to from one to two cents, but it has shown a surplus every year since ijmmi. I he surplus in 1914 was $77,857." This de partment has paid interest and sinking fund charges also, and has a depreciation reserve account which totals 8178.022. The citv of Calgarv, having then a population of 35,000, successfully launched an up-to-date street railway service in 1909, For several years capitalists tried j to get the franchise, saying it could not be operated at a profit. The city, how ever, .did not give the franchise away. but voted $476,000 to build and operate it as a public utility. Contrary to ex pectations, it has been a paying-venture and success from the start. Ordinary fares are four cents, tickets for workers, good morning and evening, are eight for a .quarter, and some reductions are con templated. Seventy-one miles of track are operated, an annual surplus is pro duced, interest is met, sinking fund pro vided, and a depreciation reserve of $311, 351 has been accumulated. PARIS DRESSMAKERS WAR OVER MRS. GALT Comments Were Classed as "Piffle" at the White House Yesterday on the Gown Strife. ' Washington, Nov. 20. Dispatches from Paris, published in this country to the effect that French dressmakers are at war over gowns which Mrs. Normun Gait, fiancee of President Wilson, was having made by modiMtes in France, were classi fied as "pifllo" yesterday at the Wliite House. The Paris story is tliut announcement was made by Paul Poiret, president of the Dressmakers' syndicate, that no gowns intended for Mrs. Edith Boiling Gait will be delivered through Charles Kurzmann of New York or through any other German house." Any, member of the syndicate will, however, according to the announcement, be pleased to make a gown for the president's fiancee, pre senting the raiment a.s a compliment. The hoiiBO of Kurzmann on Fifth ave nue yesterday denied any foreign pro prietorship. The refusal to serve Mrs. Gait, which is announced in L'Oeuvre, the news paper of Gustav Terv, is taken as an in dication that American gown establish ments are to be henceforth boycotted by the marine which French. L'Oeuvre says that Kurzmann . German craft ITALY HAS NEW ANCONA PROOF Submarine Identified as Ger man, Rome Announces FINDS THE BASE OF SUPPLY Page Gets the Official Re port on the Vessel's Disaster JURY TO JUSTIFY BABY'S DEATH Rome, Nov. 20. The Italian govern ment announced yesterday that it had suspected of German ownership new and conclusive proof that the sub- sank the Ancona, was a It was announced also has threatened to make the mutter a diplomatic issue. Charles Kurzman has been in Taris, according to the report, under commis- sipn to buy gowns for Mrs. Gait. Each lifnise to which he has appealed has re fused to accept orders from him while offering to supply them directly to Airs Gait with it compliments, is the Story, Would Do It Free. Paul Poiret is not in Paris. The an nouncement of the modistes' refusal to serve Kurzmann was confirmed through his private secretary. "No member of our syndicate," the sec retary said, "will deliver gowns to Kurz man or through him or any other Ger man house. At the same time each and every member of the syndicate will be pleased to be honored with a commis sion to make a gown for President Wil son's fiancee and would be happy if per mitted to do so to make the gown a complimentary presentation." I that the base of supplies for he subma rine had been discovered. ....... Other evidence that the submarine was of German and not Austrian nation ality was announced here shortly after the sinking. Washington, D. C, Nov. 20. President Wilson and his cabinet yesterday con sidered the form of the protest to be made to Austria regarding the sinking of the Ancona. All the information so far obtained by the state department was laid be fore the cabinet by Secretary Lansing. By next Tuesday's meeting it is hoped complete information will be available to begin drafting the Austrian note. Official said it was a foregone con clusion that vigorous representations would be made bt-cause of the conclusive evidence that passengers were not al lowed to reach a "place of safety" alter the Ancona had stopped. hue the exi gencies of submarine warfare will not be ignored by this government, violation of humanitarian and international laws in bombarding the vessel while passen- Russian and Italian Delegates will At- gers were unloading will be the principal Coroner Admits That Six Leading Sur geons,. Summoned for Chicago In . quest, Will Clear Dr. Haiselden. Chicago, Nov, 20. Six leading sur geons, impanelled as a coroner's jury to decide whether Dr. Harry J. Haiselden did right or wrong in refusing to operate on the deformed ilollinger baby and thus save its life, are to make publio their decision. Having carefully examined the body of the infant, the surgeons plans to call be fore thern Allan Bollinger, father of the child; Dr. Haiselden, Coroner's Physician H. G. W. Rcinhardt, several attaches at the German-American hospital, where the child was born, and all others who had anything to do with the case. Members of the jury agreed not to discuss their findings until made publics but it is reported that their verdict will vindicate Dr. Haiselden. Coroner Teter M. Hoffman admitted as much after the second post-mortem was performed. "Dr. Reinhardt went further in this autopsy," Coroner Hoffman eaidtf'and we found that the child was even more de fective than was indicated far more de fective than Dr. Haiselden said.". Gained Eighteen Pounds After Using Three Bottles Of Peruna Mrs. Hattie Hamilton, No. 018 Glen avenue, Latonia, Ky., writes s "I have taken two .bottles of Peruna and com menced on the third one. I did not really need the third one, but thought it best to take another bottle. I have always weighed 102 pounds, but since I began ! taking Peruna I weigh 120, for the first I time in all of my life, and I am now 32 years old. Your medicine has surely done me a great deal of good, and I have recommended it to several others, who jhave begun taking it. My mother, who is 76 years old, had grown so weak she j could scarcely walk. She took two bot 'tlcs of Peruna and is fleshier and looking well.- Our booklet, telling you how to keep Basement sale of blankets at Abbott's. See-the special suit values at Abbott's. My Mother 76 Years Old So Weak Could Hardly Walk Used Two Bottles Is Fleshier And" Jb Looking Well well, free to all. Those who object to liquid medicines can now procure Peruna Tablets. Song Poem Man Goes to Prison. New York, Nov. 20. John T. Hall, also known as John T. Newcomer, was yesterday found guilty of using the mails to defraud 1,500 amateur poets who were induced to enter a prize song poem contest, conducted by the John T. Hall Music Publishing company. Judga Foster sentenced Hall to two years in the federal penitentiary at Atlanta, Ga, Thanksgiving ball at village hall, East Montpelier, Thursday evening, Nov. 25, Montpelier Military band orchestra. adv. WAR COUNCIL IN LONDON SOON. KITCHENER PASSED THE BALKANS BY tend Meeting. London, Nov. 20. The next meeting of the inter-allied war council will be held in London in the near future. The Rus sian and Italian governments will send representatives to attend the meeting. These delegates have already been chos en. Merely Conferred With Sarrail, Commander-in-Chief, and Continued His Journey. Salonica, Nov. 20. Field Marshal Earl Kitchener, the British secretary of war, Thursday conferred with General Sar rail, commander-in-chief of the French army of the Orient, and left immediately without debarking. A Perfect Complexion S PLAINFIELD. Special chicken dinner Sunday croft in, Plainlield; 50c adv. it Pan- Notice! All kinds of stove repairs at E. A. Prindle & Co., Pearl street. if i ri Gives that deli cately clear and refined complex ion which every woman desires. Keep away skin trouble. Gouraud't Oriental Cream W ltl n1 a complnlM rtunols n4 Souk of Pow4r ! Cor IM. to cover ooat of nulling a vmppukf. At Dmggiitt and Department Start FERD. T. HOPKINS fc SON 7 urtat rfoncs du rwioi. complaint of the United States Swamping and loss of several life boats after being launched will be a second point. The government is expediting action against Austria by directing cabling of alf affidavits and reports of American diplomats investigating the disaster CONSCRIPTION PUT OFF. Britain Extends Lord Derby's Plan Until December 11. London, Nov. 20. Conscription in Eng land has been put off definitely until Ie- cemler 11 at any rate, the Earl of Derby luting announced that Jus recruiting plan has been extended to that date. Jn speeches at Glagow and Edinburgh he repeated bis statement that if tin mairied men do not resp.md for enlist ment in sufficient numbers, the question of resorting to conscription will then be brought before Parliament. Gossard Fitts. corsets properly fitted at When You Feel Out of Sorts it means that something is wroncr with vour physical condi tion. Those dull eyes, that tired feeling, headache, disturbed sleep, disordered slomach, sallow skin and bad ta&e in the mouth, are signs that vour digestive organs are not in good order. Get the stomach and liver acting properly, and these disagreeable symptoms will disappear. It is a simple matter to keep these important organs in healthy condition by taking for this remarkable remedy possesses medicinal virtues which stimulate a sluggish liver, regulate the bile, and give the stomach new strength to digest and assimilate its food. 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Cutlery, Tools, Aluminum Goods, Enamel Ware, Nickle Goods, Wringers, Flashlights, Guns and Ammunition, Lanterns, Tin Ware, Tires, Ash Barrels, Coal Hods, Boilers, Galvanized Goods, Paint, Builders' Hardware, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers, Steel Goods, Refrigerators. In fact, everything carried in the largest hardware store in Central Vermont. We will have something different to sell every day until stock is closed out. We shall sell everything out regardless of price. Stoves will not be sold until next week. All goods sold for cash. Full Stock of Glenwood Repairs on Sale at 171 North Main St. 3 m n , r2