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214 PERSONS LOST IN WRECK JUMPED OFF The Best Cough Syrup The Discarded Christmas Tree 15 Home-made. Here's an rnttj war to save S, ami yet hava the beat eoiiRli remedy you over tried. THE VARKK DAILY" TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1921. .'III KraBEa ir, Tea- as good as LaTouraine Coffee 40 cent per Vt pound canister Topics of the Home and Household. it WAITSFIELD ji For elf lining gilt picture frames :;hioh Imve become rusty, place a few drops of ammonia on soir.e new bread anil rub frame .carefully. Jti' Don't throw your hot water bottle sway when it has passed its useful ness. Cut from the two sides circular .pieces which will be found useful as mats on which to stand plants, i OysrWs are a great addition to the family bill of fare and if used in mod eration need not be too expensive an item, Good-sized oysters are called "founts," because so many oysters aie supposed to be in each pint or quart. ,Xtut the small oyster, too humble to 'be counted, has just as much flavor as the larger kind and is much cheap er. These small oysters are very good scalloped. If making a dish for a email family, instead of using a deep baking dish, take an enameled ware jiie plate. Butter it and put on a layer I of bread or cracker crumbs; then ai layer of the oyster and so on until the plate is filled. Enameled ware is es pecially good for cooking articles of food of delicate flavor such as oysters. Jt is like cooking them in china and yet we have the heat efficiency of met al. These small oysters are excellent in a white sauce for boiled fish. Cod fish, which is apt to be rather lacking ;jn flavor, is made delicious by an oy ster sauce. Left-over fish creamed is ijilso much improved if a few small loysters are added to give flavor. Making Breakfast Attrative. Breakfast being the first meal of ft he day, it deserves more careful phin iiing than it receives at the hands of many houscwivesj If someone of the family has a fickle appetite it is at ireakfast time 'that it is most notice able and often nothing more than the attractive appearance of the table is jieeded to make him feel like eating. ! The annual meeting of the Masons ! was held Thursday night. Dec. .'10, in i their new hall, which was formerly C. J (ireene's store. It was also ladies' ! night and the new building was hap pily christened, There were lot) pres ent, all of .whom were served with a toothsome sunner. after which a musi cal program was given and Rev. W. A Kemele made remarks appropriate to the occasion. Miss Lucy Joslyn has returned from Montpelier," accompanied by Miss Lulu Jones, her niece, who is caring for her. Mrs. Henry Bushnell, who lias been rufferinir from neuralgia, is now able to be out. The annual dinner given at the Con ereirational church was held on New Year's day. About 140 were present and enjoyed a bountiful'dinner. A busi ness meeting was held later. Clara Kpaulding is m town tor a short visit with her aunt, Mrs. George R. Miller, and her uncles, Richard and John Brown. Mrs. Julius Palmer, who has been confined to the house by a severe cold, is better. A recital given by the pupils of Mrs. Fory was held in library hall the latter part of the week. Fred Wilder, who has been confined to his room for several weeks as the result of an injured leg, is slowly im proving and his many friends wish for him a speedy recovery. Miss Alice feisbee, who has been in Hcaton hospital for several weeks, has recovered sufficiently to be brought to her home. Mrs. Hinman and Mrs. Wood, moth er and sister of Mrs. James Neill, have been her guests several days. .Master Richard Newcomb and his sister, Catherine, are ill from colds whjch affect their eyes. Mrs. Eugene McCarty of Massachu setts lias been visiting friends and rel atives in town. The holidays are over and the teach ers and out-of-town pupils have re turned ready for the opening of school. The Methodist church held its annual dinner Jan. 1. Many happy New Ye.irs were expressed by those present. When Spanish Steamer Santa Isabel Was Forced . on Rocks WHOLE FAMILIES WERE WIPED OUT Many of the People Were Sick and Confined to Their Rooms Madrid, Jan. 4. Two hundred and fourteen persons lost (heir lives when the Spanish steamer Santa Isabel was wrecked near Villa Garcia Saturday nigiit, says a telegram received here from the governor of Pontevedra. Fifty six ipcrsons were saved but many of them were injured. Muniz Rieueldi, the captain of the vessel, was severely hurt and is not expected til recover. Many bodies have been washed ashore and in several cases whole families were drowned. Among the saved was on in fant three years old, whose parents are believed to be dead. Latest despatches from Cadiz state the ship was driven on the rocks during a tremendous storm, and tn large number of deaths is attributed to the fact that, the passengers had been con fined to their cabins because of the vio lence" of the tempest, many of them be. ing asleep. N You've probably heard of this well known plan of making cough syrup, at home. But have you ever used itt Thousands of families, the world over, feel that they could hardly keep house without it. It's simple and cheap, but the way it takes hold of a cough will soon earn it a permanent place in your home. Into a pint bottle, pour 2Vi ounces of Pinex; then alld plain granulated sugar syrup to till up the pint. Or, if desired, UBe clarified mokisses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way, it tastes good, never spoils, and gives you a full pint of better cough remedy than you could buy ready-made for three tiiues its cost. It is really wonderful how quickly this home-made-remedy conquers a couch usually in 24 hours or lest. It seems to penetrate through every air passage, loosens a drv, hoarse or tight cough, lifts the phlegm, heals the membranes, and gives almost im mediate relief. Splendid for throat tickle, hoarseness, croup, bronchitis and bronchial asthma. I'inex is a highly concentrated com pound of 'genuine Norway pine ex tract, and has been used for genera tions for throat and chest ailments. To avoid disappointment ask your druggist for "i1, ounces of Pinex with directions, and on't accept any- John Jenkins W as Charged With Stealing $12,000 . in Jewels I BROKE AWAY FROM ! GUARD ON TRAIN He and Officer Were Stands on Car Platform When He Leaped ORANGE CO. COURTS CRIMINAL BUSINESS Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors, especially Mr. and Mrs. John Neill and familv. for their kindness A great many persona who have to ana help during the illness ana deatn 01 our aear lauier. Will Lavanway do most of the dav's work, at least the hardest part of it, on the strength obtained from the morning meal, make he mistake of taking only coffee and oils for breakfast. Children should always have a sub tantial first meal and if anv of the ldr members -of the family have dif ficulty- with their digestion it is the vise plan to make breakfast a heavy meal because the stomach is rested and in the best condition for work in the morning and because breakfast dishes are simply cooked and easier to iigest'than those served for lunch or dinner. Kven though the breakfast is of the simplest, says the Christian Herald, ist fruit, a cereal, toast or muliins nd coffee, it should be served as at- activelv as possible. (!rav or tun Xfnen should be used, instead of white, and fruit r (lowers as a centerpiece should be in place whenever possible. Dorothy Dexter. " ' CTarence Lavanway, Miss Rachel Lavanway, .Mrs. Arthur Livingston, Mrs. Arthur Shcpard, Harold Lavanway, Albert Lavanway. IT'EST BERLiy 1 33 Mrs. M. L. Libbcy has been quite out of dealt h the past week. The ladies' aid will meet with Mrs M. J. and K. M. Ayers next Thursday afternoon from 2 o clock until 4. Mrs. Fred Cameron has been quite ill the past week. , Miss Lucy Ramsdcll, who has been spending a short time with her aunt. Miss Orrie Streeter, left here last Sun day for Boston, where the has employ ment at the Deaconess hospital. There are quite a few in this place who are suffering with hard colds, or epidemic. Mrs. M. D. (itines, who has been much out of health, is now convales cent. .Mrs. v. v . jmvis spent .New icar s ! day with friends in Xorthficld. I Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Lady, accompanied I by Mrp. Patterson, were in Northfield II"i..ay. .IU Corrie Streeter and her niece. Miss Ramsdell, were in Northfield last j Wednesday. The only rival of gilt-edged creamery butter. Churned from coconut and milk In a near fnrkA nlant At all dealer.. Cook vIrLI Nice Job. book free. if Company I She I have invented a face powder Chicago that cant oe kissed on. Distributed by H0LBROOK GROCERY CO- Knr, N. H. He That so. How about putting me in charge of your proving grounds f Boston Transcript. Placing Her Away Back. Miss Manyears Yes, that is a pic ture of me painted when I was a little girl. Mr'. Blunt Is it a Copley or a Gilbert MuaitT IJoston Transcript. -4 f & Aspirin You must say Bayer' tVarnintr! Unless you sec the name "Bayer" on tablets, jou are not setting genuine Aspirip prescribed by physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions. Accept only an "unbroken package" cf "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper directions for CoIs, Headache, tr'ain. Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago. ilaedy Ua Unm of 12 taMels em Wlfsri Cases of Adultery, Larceny, Etc., Dis posed of Several Divorces Were Granted. Chelsea, Jan. 4. The third week of the December term of Orange county court was devoted to criminal and di vorce matters as follows: Henry Cummings of rairlee was brought before the court on an infor mation charging him with having com mitted the crime of adultery with Lena Veitina, a sister of the respondent's wife, to which charge" he pleaded not guilty. There was an unusually large number of witnesses, including the re spondent's wife and several witnesses who had earlier in the term pleaded guilty to the crime of adultery and larceny and received their sentences and also neighbors of the accused whose testimony was a narration of what they had observed which might throw some light on the relations which existed between the accused and the Vezina girl. This case occupied the at tention of the court for three days, re sulting in a verdict of ffuilty and the respondent was sentenced to the state prison for a term of not less than five months nor more than two years. Ex ceptions were filed, bail fixed and fur nished and the respondent was allowed his liberty during the pendency of the exceptions. State's Attorney Sherburne prosecuted and the respondent was rep resented bv David S. Conant and Wil liam H. Sprague. State vs. Charles La Mot t, charged with adultery, sentenced to the state prison for a term of not less than six months nor more than two years. Exe cution of sentence susjionded and re spondent placed on probation. State vs. Florence LaMott, charged widh grand larceny, respondent pleaded guilty and sentenced to the state pris on for not les than six months nor more than two years. Execution of sen tence stayed and respondent placed on probation. In these two cases the re spondents were husband and wife and have eight small children who are de pendent upon them for their support and because of these extenuating cir cumstances the court felt that clemency should lie exercised ill their cases and for the benefit of the children, one of whom was only Tour weeks old. Thess parties were placed on probation. State vs. Nelbert Jenks, charged with grand larceny, sentenced to a teriu. of not less than three months nor more than one year in the house of correc tion and ordered to pay a fine of 1."0 and costs of $S. Execution of prison sentence stayed and respondent wa placed on probation. State vs. Josephine eiina, charged with adultery, on plea of guilty, sen tenced to' the house of correction for a term of not less than five months nor more than two years. In this ease the respondent was a girl of 17 years of age and the circumstances surrounding her infraction of the law revealed the t . . .i . u 1 I t. : j i lacv iiihi wit? HHU urvii mor- nmiieu I against than sinning, and .the execu tion rf mittimus was ordered stayed . i 1 J - 1 ji' : ana ine responueni oraerea piticca in charge of the state board of charities and probation. In the rase of Bcrnice E. Lambert v. Louis E. Lambert, a bill was granted for the caue of intolerable severity. Hugh W. Hastings of Bradford ap peared for the petitioner. Mattie J. Slack vs. Harry YV. Slack, parties from W ilhamstown, a mil was granted for the cause of intolerable se verity and petitioner given leave to re sume hrr former name of Mattie Carnes. J. Ward Carver of Barre ap peared for the petitioner. ' (irace E. Coburn vs. Vernal L. Co burn, parties' from Randolph, and bill grsntcd fr the cause of intolerable se verity. Custody of minor child of the part ir diMTced to the petitioner. March M. Viln appeared for the petitioner. Minnie (I. Fanton vs. Roy Fanton. parties from Randolph. Bill gTarsted for the cau-e of nreleft and refusal to sup port. March M. Vil.n appeared for the petitioner. Jessie . I.'!: v. Charles l Klbs, parties fnm WilPam'-tom n and Brook Be!d. repetivIv. Bill granted for wil ful ieertin and cntody of minor rhiid decreed to petitioner. Albert A. Sargent .f Barre pjesred f--r the pe titioner, i Co mo NrHitti of ViIiiam4-n, who the week Iwfore ix comin.tted tn for tioti pav ment f a-fine !it!kw1 br I the rosirs, decided t!it li'ierty a prM- J erb to rn!r sn.l produced the' imhioI tf thr f-w ami irt" and h , l-sr4 ),;!e ii.f-anrated and a frxtu I fc l.herty. j Tb r bemj r.n Wr wntk resdy f.r . tr i:t st this '.ne a rve tlro b? I .ffiet me snwinj tlie ir 4 ( J' of Jfiury. it that two t-r three mere r s e i rje4 f. thine else. Ciuaranteed to cive abso- . lute satisfaction or money refunded. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. CREWS RESTING. Hal;fn:. N. S'., Jan. 4. John Jenkinn, arrested yesterday in Middlclon, X. S., charged with the Tobbcry Inst Septem ber of $12,(K)0 in jewels from Mi ?. Mary Worthington of New Bedford. Mass., jumped from a train en rovie to this city last flight and escaped. Tho prisoner and an nflVer were standing on the rear platform of the train and when it slowed down at Windsor Junction he broke away. The officer gave chase but lost Jenkins in tho darkness. And Minor Repairs on Planes Benj Made at San Diego. San Diego, CaI.,"Jah. 3. A day i.f rest for the crews anil minor repairs for the planes was ahead of the K-VL section of the navy's San Diego-Pana ma aerial expedition at Banderas Bay to-day. It was thought likely that NC-5 and NC-fl, which were at Mag dalena Bay on the coast of Lower Cali fornia yesterday, might attempt to day to fl.y on to Banderas Bay, where the twelve lighter craft arrived Sat urday. The F-5-L craft has covered about a third of the southward flight with a perfect record. The hop made by the NC-5 from San Diego to Magdalcna Bay. 702 miles without a stop, leads naval officers here to feel confident, however, that the NC planes will over take the F-5-L section and finish the flight on time. The New Year's day flight of the F-S-L's covered the southern stretch of the Gulf of California. The next statre will be south along the Mexican coast to Aeapiileo, a dis tance of 430 miles. NEWBURY Not the Kind for Present Crisis. 'No," said old Mr. Subbubs, "I can't say that I approve of your match with that city young man." 'But, father, he has such a fine genealogical tree." hat good is that! If it was pine or hickory we might burn it, seein' we can't get any coal. Boston Transcript. High Cost of Flirting. Mrs. Exe Your new hat is lovely. my dear. But $". I thought you aid you were going to get a much cheaper one. Mrs. Wye Well, I was, but mv bus band was with me and when 1 saw him flirting with one of the salesgirl, I took this "." hat just for revenge. Boton Transcri4. MOTHER! 'California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative e&. T4 W 1 Areept "Californm oYTu ui .gs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and Aiost harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. In!! direction on each bottle. You must say "California." Adv. ONE NEIGHBOR TELLS ANOTHER Point the Way to Comfort and Health. Other Women Please Read The Oxlxnv chapter, D. A. H., met at the honi" of the Mioses Frances and Anna Atkinson Monday afternoon, Jan. It. Miss Cox. a sister of Mrs. William Monroe, is visiting her. Charles Haviland of Portland is a guest of James Hibbard. The New Year's ball and mardi gras party given under the auspices of the junior class of Newbury high school was a success, l he hall was nvcorateu by master hands in that line, and those who made up the happy throng wore caps of various hues and shapes. We noticed among the gathering our friends from Pike, who on every occa sion show their loyalty to Newbury, and who are always welcome. Music was furnished by Klarke's orchestra. Amidst confetti the party broke up in "the wee small hours," all going home with a feeling that they had had a good time. The week of prayer was observed this week by both churches holding al ternate services, Rev. O. W. Brock offi ciating at the Congregational church and Rev. H. S. Ives at the Advent. Next Saturday evening, Jan. 8, services-will be held in the Congregational church under the direction of the boy from Hanover, N. H. These same boys will have charge of the services in the Congregational church the following Sunday. The reception given to Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ives at the parsonage New l ear eve was attended by a large number of his friends and parishioners who came to wish this worthy couple a hap py and prosperous new year. The hall of learning opened up Mon day morning with the usual compli ntent of teachers and scholars. The young men chosen by the Chris tian Endeavor society and the Congre gational Sunday school to represent them at the older bovs conferent which is to be held at St. Johnsburv next week Friday are James South worth, Parker Olmsted, Milo Iighton and James Hibbard. One hundred dollars was contributed for the aid of the starving and desti tutc of Europe, iWl being the proceeds of the food fair held at the Bailey club, This amount, with the many other con tributions to benevolence, is indicative that our people have a heart, and are ready to put their shoulder to every worthy cause. Besides the money sent there was 2l0 pounds of clothing sent over. Miss Maude Thomas, a sister of Mrs. D. S. Jones, has been in town for few days bringing good cheer to the Jorie'cs, a well ss to all tho-e who have the pleasure of her acunainlance Miss Thomas is a teacher at Dobbs I Ferry. N. Y. . I Tl ; 1 1 !,. I.U..L- I. .,- k.... .1. has for 'in years done faithful service as a driver and in his latter years as an order horse at Hale's store, died Monday morn-ne. after a few hours' ill ness. This hoise knew more than some men of our acquaintance. Ije was faith ful and honest He died owing no num. Peace be unto his asjie. A faithful friend has gone to rest. The Modern Woodmen of this place had a Hum hake and installation of officers Monday. As the women folks were not invited it is expected there will be a second clam bake wr some oth. er kind of bake under the management of the Woodmen's Hectors association No men invited. (That will bother the women more than the menl. W J0 'JQJir 1 5UPP0SE HE- j & - fW6X?T (MERE WE L-& 1 1 llVEP AN LEFT IT Credulity. Box I hear vour friend, naturalist,; has met with an accident. What 'was it? PASTRY PRICES DOWN. Burlington Bakers Reduce from Three to Eight Cents a Dozen. Hnriititrtntt .Tun A A '11 npr I'pnt r. Cox Some one gave him a tiger cub i auction in the -price of pastry goods in this c ty went into effect this morning through an agreement of local bakers at a recent meeting. The prices of cakes, rolls, etc., have dropped any where from three to eight cents a dozen. I give New York its reputation as tho noisiest city in America. Boston Transcript. and said it was so tame it would eat off his hand and it did. Dallas News. Johnny's View. j Johnny, how Caller-Well, like school Johnny Oh, pretty well, only think it's a waste of playtime. Bos ton Transcript. lo you I For Grippe, Colds ad way's eady eh'ef 35 IL J-O e3 alLlL Wear a Smile. Chorus girl What am I to do in the new revue ; Stage dim-tor Nothing! You'll have nothing to sing, nothing to say, and al most nothing to wear. Houston Post. Percy-FlageJ Peggy My face is my fortune. Percy You ought to wear a veil. It isn't right to be continually flashing your roll. Boston Transcript. Audible Edible. "New York consumes more celery than any other city in the world," says an exchange. This probably helps to A WOMAN'S BURDENS ar lightened when she turns to the right medicine. If her exist ence is made gloomy by weak nesses and painful disorders, she will find relief from her troubles in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription. If she's overworked, nervous, or "run-down," she finds new life and strength. It's an invigorating tonic and nervine for "woman's complaints" and weaknesses, and for young girlo just entering womanhood. Moundsville, W.V. "I had taken doctor'! medicine for nearly two years mii i ii i mi ii ij because Dimmed. Hit Lamps. glare of his head You. Weren't his "You say the lights confused lamps dimmed ?" "They were after I got through with him." said the man who hud the narrow escape. "I gave him such a nice pair of black -ye that he ciuhl hardly see nut of them." Boston Transcript. r? 1 ;ii . j :i : ; ; ii noas were irregu- rr.y po lar, came every two week a, and I would suiter with bearing-down pains. A Jady told me of Lydia E. Finkham'a Vege table Compound and how much good it had done ner daughter, so I took it and now I am regular every month and have no pain at alL I recommend your medicine to everyone and you may publish my testimonial, hoping that the Vegetable Compound does some ether girl the (rood it hu don me. " Mrs. Gfvrgk-Tfoardfj, 915 Third Street, Moundsville, W. 'a How many young jrirls suffer as Mrs. Tejrardeti did and do not know where to turn for advice or help. They often are obliged to earn their living by tmling day hi and day out no matter how hwd the pain they have to bear. Every girl who stiTers in this way should tryXydia E. Pwk tim's Vegetable Compound and if she i ej;-dj doe not gt prompt relief writ to Lynn, Vfass., about their health. Can't Be Done. to Mistre How " do von nisnage make surh a noise in the kitchen? Cook Well, you jut try to bresk four platters without making a nuie. Bton TtanTipt. Lifeless Enough Kow. A correpondent who while doinhis bit in the war picked up a smattering i f French, writes: ! don't mind their taking the sin out if the cinema if in doing it thev on t take all the vie i out of the mm i-.' 1'xx.ton Trail script. Especially. B. I h-id that a mn' siict-r le pend iiTKn the iit he i rai-ed. Di 1ht' certamiy true, it tmi mean in a poker game. Bo-ton Traa-tertpt. Didn't Co There. I e not old Mr. W.gjin late- i Ir. fi..w i. .heT" I -IVad. sir.- i "What, joined the grxt majority?-" t'b. so, sir! She a g4 eou-H tKw as fsr a I ko. I'esrson ' Weekij. ioodled Stock If you were buying a horse and he was just a horse you would have to take for granted the things the owner said, and then wait for experience to show if he had spoken the truth. But if you bought a horse of blooded stock that had a ped igree, you would not have to take the man's word for it. The pedigree would show his ancestry and race and give you an idea of the animal's capaci ty for speed and endurance. It's the same in buying ad vertising space. Some publi cations sell "just a horse" and you have to take their circula tion statement with a pinch of salt. The Barre Daily blooded stock. An statement is the pedigr.ee that tells you what to expect in the way of speed and endurance. Times is A. B. C.