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THE. BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1922.
0 ' - - . 1 . , ; - ; 1. i GOVERNMENT , ' WAS BEATEN On Financial Amendment to National Health In surance Bill VOTE20TO.14 . PASSING MEASURE Defeat of Government Not , Considered of Much , V Significance Here it is the big new package that thousands have asked us for IN answer to women the coun try over who are using Rinso we have brought out this big new package. At every step of the family wash Rinso does the work. Millions of women who soak .their clothes have found that just soaking in Rinso loosens all the dirt. On the places where the dirt i actually ground-in they rub a little dry Rinso, and even this dirt rinses out. When they boil their white cot tons they pour enough Rinso solution in the boiler to give them the suds tjhey like. Washing machine owners use Rinso because with it they don't have to rub even the places that used to need special attention. . , Rinso takes the place' of bar soap. Use it at every step of the wash. Ask your grocer today for the big new package. Lever Bros. Co., Cambridge, Mass., Just soaking in Rinso loosens all the dirt 2?I GUMMINGS & LEWIS' Great Week End Special FRIDAY AND SATURPAY To prove to you what they will do A regular $1.00 package of Genuine Yeast Vitamine Tablets with every package of Nuxated Iron Tablets IMPORTANT NOTICE: Don't take Vitamines unless you want to increase your weight. Vitamine Tablet (one of the most remarkable scientific discoveries of recent years) are simply wonderful for women who are scrawny and angular in appearance and men who are thin and emaciated and everyone who wants something to help increase weight and put on flesh. Where it is simply desired to gain greater strength, energy and endur ance and increase the firmness of your flesh and tissues, we recommend that you take Nuxated Iron only. By helping to create millions of new red blood corpuscles, Nuxated Iron greatly helps weak, nervous and run-down people often in two weeks' time. Call at once for your free $1.00 package of Genuine Yeast Vitamine Tablets together with bottle of Nuxated Iron. Two for the Price of One $2.10 value for $1.10 Ploughing the Sea. The sea is vatt place; even such a comparatively small portion of it a the North sea is three times a big ai Great Britain. One would think that, however, many fishing vessels were at work, they could not fish a portion of the North tea in the course of a year. An average trawl net a kind of bag drajrjred across the bottom of the oa in 75 feet in width. A trawler work, on an average, 'Q days out of the 3b.", and 'die ha her" trawl down for Li hours out of the 24. With her trawl down she- travel at the rate of two and one-half knot per hour. Supposing that she does this, have you any idea of the amount, of ground her trawl will scrape in the course of a year! It exceed i"0 square mile In the North sea there are at woik about l.i'tO trawlers. The whoht of lle bed of t!ie North sea that part cf it, at lcat. which is fit for trawling must be covered more than twi'tin the ooure of a 12-month. Small wonder, then, that fi'h are not so plentiful as onee they were. Tit-Bits. . Let Electricity Do Your Work ! Wire your home NOW and enjoy yourself when ' hot weather comes, while our most liberal terms con tinue, No Money Down One Year to Pay A Better, Brighter Home is within your reach.' Make your home a modern, healthful, happy place to live it is a wise investment. We will send our representative to give you an es timate for "Electrifying Your Home", just telephone Montpelier 324 or Barre 246-R. Decide today to "ELECTRIFY YOUR HOME." Montpelier & Barre Light & Power Co. London, June 22 (By the Associated Press). The government was defeat ed on a financial amendment to the national .health insurance bill in grand committee of the House of Common to-day. The committee immediately adjourned in order that the govern ment might consider it position. The amendment was carried againht the government by a vote of 20 to 14. The defeat is considered in politi cal quarters of .no greater importance than that which occurred in the House of Lords yesterday and as unlikely to lead to modification of the govern ment's policy . - RANDOLPH ! TWO TREASURE HUNT SPLANNED New Jersey and New- York Men Go After $50,000,000 Hoard SAID TO BE BURIED OFF NOVA SCOTIA Another Party Will Seek to Raise $6,000,000 From Lusitania Mrs. WiswalJ and Miss W'iswall, who own eottasre here, arrived Wednes- day from Roxbury, Mass., and the cot tae will be opened Tor the summer i err soon, The familv remain here through the summer. .' ., Mr. John Bell of Connecticut, after passine several . davs here with her aunt, Mrs, W. H. Gladding, returned to her home eduesday. Carl Thresher of Melrose Highland is in town this week and will remain over until Friday. Mr. Vinton, who has" been iii the familv Jor several years, ia here with the family and will return on Friday with them. Miss Erherov Matthew, who ha been in feeble health for several week. ia now confined to the house anil un able to go out at all. The flortonia Power company, which furnishes lights for lhi place. i re quiring an increase in rate and it is not yet decided what action will be taken in --regard to adopting the new rate. Mrs.. Marcia Grow, accompanied by her son. Clarence Grow, arrived here on Mwuav irom .vw lorK, ana me former will remain with her datylv ter, Mrs. L. A: Ruslow, for the pres ent, and the latter returned to New York Wednesday. " How to Make Jellied Strawberries A Delicious Novelty Every Housewife Will Want to Try this Recipe By Ann Proctor. Something new and delicious in the ine of preserve that every housewife will want to make this reason ia jellied strawberries. Only three minutes boil ing is required and the prooes is so simple and easy that success is aured at the firi-t trial. . . Select only small or medium sired. fully ripe berries. After hulling, add nice of one lemon and weigh out two pound herrien including lemon juice. Spread berries on their nlc tn single layer on flat plate and gently presi each hcrrv nearly flat with bottom of mall bottle. (This leaves skin, nearly ntact, but rupture fruit. inide and makes it hollow, allowing boiling sug r to saturate tissue quickly.) Meats ure seven ana one-iiuir leveled cups (three and one-fourth pound-' I sugar nto small ran. Place about a cup of berries and iuire in large kettle and eover witn layer or sugar, vontinue placing layer of sugar ocr each cup of berries and put balance of -sugar on ton. Allow to stand over night, so that part of sugar will be dissolved and mixture can be stirred and cooked without crushing fruit. Stir constantly and brine to a rigorous boil over the hottest fire. Boil hard for three min ute with continual stirring. Remove from fire and add one-half bottle (scant half rupl t KRTO, stirring it in well. Skim at once and pour quickly within five minuter from removal from fire. Important: Best way to seal jams and jellies ia open classes. Cover while hot with thin coat hot paratlin. Next day add tablespoonful hot paraffin to seal crack around edge tormcd by shrinkage on cooling. The really astonishing result ob tained by thoe who follow this recipe are duo to the ti-r of Certo. the pure concntrted jelly-making principle of fruit. It contains no gelatine or pre servative and if hijlily endorsed by leading domestic science authorities and housewives who have used it. By the "Verto Process" you can make jams and jellies from all kind of fruits, ei ther fret-h or canned, with only one minute's rooking. Thee keep per fectly. The above recipe and nearly 100 oth ers for making delicious jeliie and jams by the 'Verto Process"' is found in the Certo Book of Kecipes. a c-py of which will be g'ven to you by your trrocer or drugsnt w hen you gel erto. Kxtra copies will be sent free if you write to the Pectin S!e Company. 1m-.. IV-pt. 10H. Rochester. ". Y. ! Important: le tcrto t hi yer in (making all your jam and jcliie. It saves time, worrv and boilinj. The I "Certo Iroccs" neer. fi!s rf un. j money, becau-e you V.e ha'f as trtuen ! n re jam from b sme anient -f ! fruit. .'i and J Hy mad this way ! kep perfe-t'y.--ad . New York, June 22. On the heels of the new that golddiggers were seeking a lost Jesuit treasure in the Wye river, Canada and that an expedition had just left Xew York for the Belgian Congo, there to search for precious metal,an notincement haa been made of two new treasure hunts that have been organ Ued and will goon depart. To-day five men, one from Elizabeth Blld two from Newark, N, J with two from White Plains, N. Y., will sail for an island off .Nova beotia in. aearch ot a legendary $,"i0,000,000 hoard. Edward W. Bownc of Newark, who heads the searcher., said a resident of California told him that during a war between South' American countries many years ago, the national treasure of one of the paticipants was put on a ship to save it from capture. The vessel escaped and on reaching the Canadian coast, the treasure was buried. Bowne said the Californian had convinced him that he had the secret of .the treasure and decided to lead the search.' The other treasure hunters will sail July I on the steamer Blakely, which has been especially equipped to raise $0,000,000 in coin and bullion which went down on the Lusitania when it was sunk by a German submarine. Captain B. F. Levitt "will tie in com niand of the expedition. The American expedition will sail in the face of threats of an English concern that it has contracts to salvage of the Lusita nia. , STOWE Read the Boston Sun day Clohc Magazine rri Sunday. . News ha been received here of the death, on the ltlth, in Salem. Mass., of Mrs. Kmma T. Clark. Mrs. Clark was the widow of Rev. Dr. iiewitt S. Clark, for many years a pastor of the Taber nacle church in Salem and who was formerly a frequent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Bigelow in Stowe, formerly parishioners of Dr. Clark in Salem. Marshall Mercury left Wednesday on an auto trip to Sherbrooke, t'anada. to bring back a load ,of prospective real estate purchaser. : Truman Nichols of Bellows Falls is a visitor at the home of his "nephew, C. P. Billing. Mics Mary. Bigelow of Salem. Ma-s., and Addie Bigelow of Frank lin, N. H., came Wednesday to ps the summer witn tneir sisters. Misses Annie and Susie Bigelow of Maple street. The condition of Mr. F. E.. Staf ford, who has long been an invalid, is more comfortable than for some time and she is able to take ehort walks. A. W. Christianson is in Burlington tins week. , . Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Tolaskc were vis itors in Burlington luesiiay. Miss Krtie Sleeper and brother, Floyd Sleeper, and giie-ts. Miss Bern ice Shat- tuck, of Hnrltngton and jmnaia rsixny f Ksex tenter are passing the week n Stowe. Mi- Sleeper has employ ment at the White mountain ann .vir. ncr li a position with Brodie A i!s in Burlington during the sum mer. Mrs. C. A. Webster of Lyndcnville is visiting at the home of her niece. Mrs. Clitu Tomlinson. " Mrs. ('. M. Pike, who is passing' the week at her home in Burlington, 'oes Friday to Lake Placid, N. Y to attend a fraternity reunion having been ,-liosen a a delegate from the alumni chapter of the Kappa Alpha Theta of t . V. M. Miss Madine Bosrdman, who has completed her year of teaching at Ver .ennes. csme Wednesday to pass the, timnier with her parents, Mr. and Mrs V S Koardman. Mi Boardmaa lias s position in the Edmunds high school in Burlington for the coming year. Mrs. C. A. Adams returned Tuesday from Mrdfnrd. where she has passed two wcks with Mr. Adam. Mr. and Mr. Walter Foster, Mrs f.dwina Harris and Mr. E. G. Staf ford have returned from a week's mo tor trip to Mlone, X. Y. A. M. Hunter of Vergcnne has joined his family here. Mr. and Mr, (orge Moulton and child are visiting her parents in Hol land. X. R. Godfrey, who rm'to attend the reunion of the class f l2I, S. II. S., has tetumed to St. George. Edwin' Prterson ha gone tn R:pton. where lie ha employment at the Bread !af inn Mr. and Mrs. .T-hn Bet t is and family and Mis Gra-e Ploof cf Lebanon have been pndmg several days at Fred rwf- -v sk , -mm w i wbereu The Goodrich Tire sign on a dealer's store is worth money to you. It is more than a guide it is a guaranty. It says: " Here is a dealer who knows the value of the one-quality standard of Goodrich. Here is a store that is run by a man who believes in . building permanent business through genuinely good service. Here is a place that you can depend upon a place that gives you full value in return for every dollar a dealer who is going to earn and hold your good will." No matter what car you drive, you can get the full benefit of these unrivalled tires that have established such a remarkable record in mileage and service. . Buy your tires where you see the Goodrich Tire sign. means satisfac tion in every transaction. THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY cAkron, Ohio SILVERTOWN CORDS FABRICS TUBES ACCESSORIES Helpful Thought for To-day. Do not try to grasp too much of life at one time. Live to-day well; life is a mosaic and eacfi tiny piece should lie cut and set with skill. Boston Tran- schipt. The "Scratch-My-Backs." A Rather neat is Johnny Weavers re mark if it is Johnny's about a cer tain literary clique in New York. He says their song ought to be, "Merrily we roll a log." Boston Transcript. Beat Him a Mile. . "That tenor of ours can hold one of" his notes for nearly two minutes." "That's notjiing. I've held a note for nearly two years, that one of yours." Boston Transcript. t CenSdences. In the sweet ilene of the twilight they honeymooned p"ti the bears. '"IVaret," she rourmared. frewMing "now that we are married, I I hue a ecrM t tell jcul" , 'What is ii. wetheart " " h akej soli ir. ""Ian 1 e ft fmg-ise we I 4 : 5"U" he t "My sry lft n is wade cf gt-s. prrd g'1", ' are the d;as-""S isj . rm t 1 rir ' - I t !.'. lL.ii'a. :::: How Much Beauty Is Varnish Deep! HOW much of the beauty of your home is dependent upon that fractional part of an inch which is var nish! Your floors, woodwork, in fact everywhere where you wish to intensify the beauty of wood. It is because we realize the importance of varnish to you that we sell the varnish in the yellow cans. Du Pont Varnish Alexander & Co. 16 Depot Square, Barre, Vt. has been satisfying home owners for more than half a century, and there is a Du Pont Varnish for every interior end exterior use. Drop in and let us show you how Du Pont Varnishes can bring new beauty to your home. We give you real service as well as real varnish. ''-Am fife I Sb'FREMlS-ttor floors Jfe fe j V4R?4!Slt SHIPOLEUM for interiors l -iA h'AVAUTE-for exteriors eirfiTiTTSS ' I I ! y jjoffE- -mmsVgg 1 TSK3rE3 J