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THE BAK11E DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. TUKSDAYV NOVEMBER U, 1022.
8 Famous Old Recipe for Cough Syrup V.mmtim wij rhaanlv matt mt. tlnm. ) but it bwta them alt for. quick rcaults. Thousands of housewives have found that they can save two-thirds of the money usually spent for cout'b preparations, by using this well-' known old recipe for making cough syrup. It is simple and cheap but it hits no equal for prompt results. It takes right hold or a cough and gives immediate relief, usually stopping an ordinary cough in 24 hours or less. ... Get 1 ounces of Pinex from any druggist, pour it into a pint bottle, and add plain granulated sugar syrup to make a full pint If you prefer, use clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way, it tastes (food, keeps perfectly, and lasts a family a long time. It's truly astonishing how quickly it acts, penetrating through every air passage of the throat and lungs loosens and raises the phlegm, soothes and heals the membranes, and gradually but surely the annoying Wiroat tickle and dreaded cough dis appear entirely. Nothing better for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, hoarse ness or bronchial asthma. : Pinex is a special and highly con . rentrated compound of genuine Nor way pine extract known the world over for its healing effect on membranes. AvoidN disappointment by asking ; , your druggist for "2Vi ounces of Pinex" with full direction and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or money romptly refunded, lae Pinex CO, t. Wayne, ind. WHO are the greatest liars? Psychologist Says That as Between Men and women Honors are n-asy. Wo are accustomed to look to our great universities to- authoritatively I and finally settle all great, questions, AI1U "v. jiivuiciuo . w rfhnse directlv coneernine the moral and lintellectual character of the human be- ing. for whose benefit the world was made. . And among these great problems none is more interesting and important than that of whether it is men or women who are more apt to say the thing that is not. - Professor Walter Brown of the University of California has heen wrestling with the conun- drum presumably by the use-of the and lie-detecting psyciioiogicaj icbio instruments of which so much hag re- . , .. .i outiy. neen saiu, aim, pcing .. "cathedra, his conclusion is that as between the two sexes honors are easy, One sex can lie as readily as the other, I anu aoes so. . ' And that is the wisest, conclusion which any professor could reach. If l.i l'nn nit1if tlio nn. spt nr tlltt ether preference he would have had to, skip the country. Sarfx Francisco .rhroniele. ' ' l V : : r 1 ' Tmmt IW1MIWI "lIlllWI Wll T" I Will II " ' "There's a Reason" M Postum mat w HT v 1 r . -rs s Made by Postum Cereal Crx. Inc. Battle Crek. Mich. WILL IGNORE MRS. RUSSELL Who Contradicted Eye . witness Account of Mrs. Gibson GRAND JURY WILL MEET MONDAY . .'.. TVi TCom'n PnTiidprfltinT nf 10 iJegin oonsiaerauon ox 1 . fho Holl MllK Murder New Brunswick, N. J., Nov.' 14. -The Romemet county grand jury is to be convened Monday to hear witnesses in the Hall-Mills murder case. Arrange ments to call the inqitihitor were per fected at a conference yesterday, be tween Deputy Attorney General Wil bur A. Mott, and Prosecutor lieckman of Somerset county. It wan first decided to summon the jurors Thurs day but Prosecutor,Beekman suggested the postponement until .Monday, be cause a new sheriff took- ofliee to-day and he desired to acquaint the new official with the case. More than fifty witness? will b6 summoned for the hearing. It is pos sible Mrs. Frances Stevens Hal!, "widow of the Rev. Edward Wheeler Hall, slain with Mrs., Eleanor Rein ho nit Mills,! will be permitted to testify. She has tequcstcd this pnvi.gt ft".d agreed to waive immunity. ''"'.'"' Officials indicated that Mrs. Nellie U Russell, Degress who has contradicted, . i ! , tf M . T.. n . me eye-wn,nea ncruuut m . . Gibson on which the prosecution depend-largely would not be called as a witness before te grand jury. Placing Her Way Back. Miss Oldun (callingV I play only classic music, dear Mozart, Beetho ven and Haydn, you know Hostess' little daughter You're just like mv mamma. She doesn't play anything but the pieces that was new when she was young. Boston tran script. J.. . Perfectly Simple. t ' MistressJames, take Fido into the kitchen and amuse him." Butler Er-please mum. I don't know bow . Mistress Stupid, it s quite simple, Roll on the lloor and make a noihe like tall of wool. Stray Stones. ' MOt mmt enjoy Ike rules are simple Jhe reward is priceless THE whole scheme of progress is based on the desire for enjoyment, But without health, you cannot enjoy liftj. If your nerves are irritated and weakened by the effects of coffee or tea drinking, you cannot have good health. If you can't sleep nights, and you suffer from headaches, and are gener ally depressed, stop coffee and tea. Drink deli cious Postum instead, and see if you don't feel better. . . ' ':.... Postum is a pure cereal drink that satisfies the most exacting taste for a refreshing hot beverage. Order Postum from your grocer today. Give this delicious beverage a fair trial, and like thou sands of others you will never go back to coffee or tea again. Postum is sold by your grocer in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) prepared instant! in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages, for those who prefer to make the drink , while the meal is being prepared) made by boiling fully twenty minutes. EVERY BONE IN HER BODY ACHED y Remarkable Recovery of a New Hamp shire Woman from Debility In duced By Attack of Grip. An ordinary attack of the grip, or influenza, is often the' beginning of a long period of ill health. Aftir the characteristic symptoms of the glip disappear there persists a wsuk'iess and hick of energy that is due to fie thin condition in which the blood js left. , . The nerve abo suffer from lack of nourishment and many AiHtrosanig symptoms appear. The sufferer is filled . i nid ilie Bl Aon not I - . . . . , . . :i .....1 relrculi tlie nouy, appciue iu mm "I was ill for nearly a year from the after-ell'ucts n,f the grip," says Mrs. George K. White, of No. 25 Fifth street, Dover, N, II., "and for five weeks of that time was confined to my bed. I was all Mm clown and debilitated, my blood was thin and I was cawlly chilled. I was weak and tired all the time, so that I could not do my work without being exhausted. My bones mth.nl all over rpy body, I had but little appetite and I did not sleep well. . "This was my condition when a rel ative who had taken Dr. Williams' Pink Pills with benefit recommended them to me. I took two boxes of "the pills before I noticed any benefit from them. Then I could see that my strength was returning and that I wanted to eat more. Soon I had a bet' ter color and knew that my blood was being built up. ' .."I 'think Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a reliable tonic and I am glad to recommend them for they built nu tip and I have never had to use them since.' . Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were of u.-n r at" i)enef,t in the case of Mrs. White . . because they are a tonic for the blo 'd and nerves. They .are recommended in anemia, nervousness1, neuralgia and sciatica, are useful in toning up re system run down by indigestion. Oet a sixty-cent box from your druggist to day and give them a trial. A booklet, "Building t'p the Blood," will be sent free on request by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Sebene.-tadv, N. Y. adv. Easily Located. A lady giving a lecture on Spiritual ism told how she had lately got a com munication wtfth her deceased . hus band and that he had asked for ciga rette. 'But," she added, "I am at a loss where to send them." "Wurra!" exclaimeoVsn Irishman in 1. n Aiifi;nnmi 'u'liun hi. flirt nr. HkiL' fitr matches ye should know where ts send 'era." Boston Transcript. .11 -3 A .-J fclssse 1. - - - r GIVE REBUFF TO THE FRENCH Kemalists Have Expelled French Consuls at , Two Points APPOINTED UNDER BOUILLON PACT French Commercial Inter V ests in Constantinople ' ' , Alarmed Constantinople, Nov. 14. The K'vnrh consuls at' Messina and Adana in A! Minor have been expelled by the Xm alintA. .- They arrive here Monday, They were appointed under the Bouil lon pact to insure protection of Chris tian minorities. The' French consul at Brusa was ex pelled a week ago, but another con sular official is returning to that, city, accompanied by a Turkish nationalist officer to superintend the removal of thirty French residents. A number of leading French mer chants in Constantinople met at the French embasny Sunday and drafted a strong memorial to their government, declaring that French economic i.uer ests are threatened with ruin if the Turks are allowed to continue their present policy unchecked. From Kharput come reports that the Kemalists are calling all men liable to military service and sending them to Mosul, i TURK DELEGATES A DISAPPOINTMENT They Bring None of the Oriental Trappings to Lausanne Conference. ' - ' Lausanne, Nov. 14 (By the Aswiat ed Press). As a spectacle the Turkish delegation to the peace conference is a keen disappointment to the people of Lausanne. Net a single member of the delegation wears the red fez. Most of the4 delegates have. been laid bs!1 thair astrakhan cups and are so eon ventionally dressed in derbies and E-i J ropean overcoats and suits that the cu rious Swiss are unable to JiNtina;uisli the Turks from other guests at the pal ace hotel. The only Oriental touch about the Turkish party to-day was provided by several Turkish newspapermen attend ing the conference. Tiey still wear bright fetes. Several of the Turkish delegates are red-haired and so unlike the stage Turk that curious observers never suspect them of being with the Angora delegation. Dr. Riza Xur Jley, the second member of the del Ration and a well known physician, has light hair and blue eyes. Isniet Pasha," the Turkish national ist foreign minister, stated positively in a conversation with the Associated Press correspondent thai the ententj is recognizing the Angora delejsatioi as the sole representatives of Turkih in terests. The allies will not receive any delegation from the sultan or hia Con stantinople government should such a group come-to Lausanne. ROXBURY Mrs. Sowles was in Xorthfield on Thursday to attend the funeral of Robert Phillips, the young man who passed away so suddenly, son of Frank Phillips of the firm of Phillips A Slack. D. B. IIow and sister, Mrs. White, of Xorthfield visited at the home of thir brother, J. W. Howe, Saturday. Mr. Venable of the Ingersol, Rand company was at the quarries on busi ness for his firm one day last week. Mrs. Leon Cram spent hist week with her parents in .NorUifield Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Crara reside on the Brookfleld side of Cram hill. Election day passed off quietly in this town. 11. A. Howe, Republican, received the election for town repre sentative. The ladies served dinner at the church vestry to those of the voters who cared to avail themselves of the opportunity. F. C. Rich was st home from the Barre quarries the first 'of the week for detr hunting snd election day and Saturday for Armistice,, day. Mr. snd Mrs. K. D. Rice and 5Ir. and Mrs. Oerald Rice and children spent Armistice day in Barre and Mont pel ier. George Davis of Procloc one of the firm and superintendent of quarrying at the Vermont Marble company, was at the quarries here Tuesday. He has just returned from a trip to Italy and other places in Europe. The acasoli so fsr for deer bunting has been the most unsuvesful ever known in this vicinity, not one deer having been reported for the first week so far as known at this writ ing. Mrs. Oerald Rice snd children of Granville spent last week at the home of -Mr. ami airs. A. 1). Kice. Mr. Man in visited at the home of her daughter. Mrs. tlarenc Thurston, for the end of the week. She is teach ing in tlis vicinity of Cbeloea. Mr. Harrington and son snd Will Bolin were at the home df Mrs. O'Urady, the latter's slrter. fr the f)rt wk of oer hunting, ihey are from Randolph Center. Mrs. Pencil, who was ttopping here with ber hubsnd, was railed to fcer home in Swsnton the first of lat wek by the critical iilneM of a broth er of Mr. TrnelL The following dsy Mr. Penrll was summoned home for tb Mm ran. Fred Tildea, John 0Grady and T.r rim Difkiuon wers smorig t3- bo sTlesded h big muifa. bw. "Lis fn to Me." at Chandler Music hall, Randolph, Thursday night. A SUm. V,r Mr Iikii s itiwH I do. Mi Hour odj joii sre. Ki't - yr t.rsc sbtrat thcr d U-rtt" Trsascr.tt. 53EH3K" UPTOlfS Ti The WorMs finest i i ism - J mm :ttHt it! itj Si ft mmm mm tat; Open Child's Bowels with "California Fig Syrup" ifurry mntnert A tcaspoonfnl. of "California Fijr Fvrup" now will thor oughly clean the little bowels and in. a few" hours you nave a wen, piiyiiu child again. Even a-cross1, feverish, con stipated child loves its "fruity" .taste, and mother can rest easy because it never fails to work all the sour bile and poisons riirht out. of the stomach snd bowels without griping or upset ting the child. .' '" Tell your druggist von want ui;v the genuine "California Fig ' Syrup," which has directions for babies 'and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother, you must say "California." Re fuse any imitation. adv. WAS A BROKEN DOWN WOMAN Then I Began Taking Lydla ' E. Pinkham's Medicines Dcnaldsonville, La, "I write with pleasure to praise your medicine r " DLL. ham'a Vegetable Compound which has done so much to restore my health. I was broken-down wo man until my bus ban d brought me a bottle ctf your Vegetable Com pound and one of Lvdia E. Pink- ham'a Blood Med icine. I had been having pains every month and at intervals between, was weak and seemed to be smothering at times, but in a week I felt like an other woman. I also used Lyrlia . I'inkham's Sanative Wash. It did me a lot of good too. I cannot praise your medicines too much and will be more than glad to recommend them to any woman who is suffering from female troubles. You may print my testimonial, as it is true.' Mrs. T. A.Landry, 6l2Miss. St Donaldaon ville. La. Note Mrs. Landry's words "as it is true." Every letter recommending Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound is genuine. It is a statement telling the merits of these medicines just as the women in your ewn neighborhood tell each other. . Alter More Trade. The London cabby has long Item noted for his peculiar terse humor. Not long sgij a funeral hearse cut in front of a bus and barely svmdpd running over a woman. The bus driver looked at the hesrse driver. "Xsh then, greedy!" he ejaculated. Boston Tran script . Bid (Her Best. -Mary, were you entertain in the kitchen last nijht! Mist rest ing a man Mary-Trat s for him to say. mnm. I was" doing the ls-st with t'.w ma tenuis I , could , find. Boston,, Tran script. ytovar Mueller's Spaghetti has a nutty whest Harc-r that is differ ent more temj-t-ing mort delicious than any spaghetti you ever tted. b 3 ry Q V 1 Kg ILa fen ib The Vadds Best Svta I 1 ; mi II Cy'l lOl 1 ' MOTH ) J "w' i 1 4 NORTUFIELD Douglass, the 11-month-old eon of Afr iinrl Mrs. .Tnuenh TjlvaIIcv. died ! lateFriday night after an illness of nearly two weeks, the immediate cause of death being pneumonia. Rur inl was in Calvary cemetery Sunday afternoon, Rev. J. A. Lynch of St. John's Catholic church, officiating at the grave. The tympathy of tho com munity is extended the parents in the loss of their only-child. Mrs. Leland F. Batchelder, who has been confined to her home the ps,st two weeks by illness, resumed her du ties in the News office Monday. Andrew Ferry, who received a se rious injury to his hand and arm a few weeks ago, while employed in the granite sheds of Phillips & Slack, has so far recovered' as to bo able to re turn from lleaton hospital, Montpel ier. " ',.... r 'V ' Miss Evelyn Cannon of Burlington is spending a few days hi town. 'Mrs. 'Newell Jones of Randolph has been spending a few days in town with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eu gene Carpenter. , -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lavalctte and children of Burlington visited her-fa-ther, Joseph Tucker, at the homt! of Lowell Ftaser over Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. 'J. L. Burns left the last of the week for Boston, where they will spend a -few days before go ing to Tampa, Fla. for the winter. Mrs. E. R. Britain left Friday for Boston, where she will spend a short time. ','' Kniirlit. ' the voiirior daughter of t Ifaxel "Kniirht. who has been in ITeaton hospital,. Montpelier, re ceiving treatment, lias returned nome. fsli.. iu much hetter and it is honed a uriru-al nncmtiiin will not be neces- j snry. The little girl has been in poor health lor nearly a year, aim jipt mauv friends will be glad to hear that she is better. ' ' Mrs. R. F. Britain and Frank White were called to Burlington the last of the week by the serious condition of Mis. White", who is in the hospital. Word, has been received that she is more '. comfortable. Plans are in slow progress for the bazaar to be held by the high school for the benefit of the athletic x asso ciation Nov. 24 and 25 in armoryi hall. The i-tudeiits will furnish a different program of stunts and musical num bers each evening. There will be at tractive booths and other features pn the side lines. Dancing will follow the program each evening. , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tucker and Mr. ,1 Vr .limtin Tucker of Warron. visited their si?ter, Mrs. A E. Austin, and Lowell Krazer over Sunday. M' Anna Wilfore has gone to Bos ton and Cambridge, Mass., to spend a short vacation. The annual Armistice day banquet, given bv the members of Sorrell-May-nard post, was held st the Legion home Saturday hight: There were . c-. ...nt.ii.txr. ..f the t.ecion snd O" " ...... . " pi- - - . . 1 - I1T I LaiMt'ft Auxiliary proeni. v. tl..1.l.. Aii-p,.n i'larlr mCITlliPr f William H. Boynton post, G. A. R.,j were gue-ts of honor. A delicious i li!innui. was nrenared and served by j the men. Following the banquet W. W. Hulden spoke, giving an account of tne i. A. n. finnmpmciii, uuh Mr, Holden recently attended in Des Moines. Robert Plastridge, the post raimmanilw. sttnke. tellinir of the prog ress of the post, and telling some very interesting facts abimt the work ac complished the past year. A social hour followed with dancing and cards. The evening was pronounced a very cnjovable affair, and much credit is due the young men for their excellent banquet. They proved idtfal hosts. Dvnes l!lpin is c,uite ill at his home at Northfield Center. Miss Kli-ie Noxon of Middletown, Conn., is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. PlatrIge on Vine street. No Credit at Aden. In, the market of Aden, which is the nf the KpiI a trade Consul Cross reports that, generally speaking. the recent ousiness uepression mimics teh recent business deprersion failures of any size. were so rare that no bank ruptcy law has ever been enacted. ' Cash payments are the rule in the .rrvirt Titer are certain erec tions, but a heavy premium is imposed and the firms releiving u are vieweu with suspicion. The principal local reason for demanding cash is the poor collection machinery available. There i I. in .ma Will IihiiL- in Aden which ;.. inidm, t i.ina) WiihinpR. and I riif:rt-! in ,i.. i i. w. . : this bank refuses to act as a collect-j ing agency. Its discount rate '-is nnm imllw i-f of I tier cent lor coi lecting drafts, but its exchange oera Are, You the Man Who 4 Never Reads Advertisements ? Some men, who are neither blind nor - illiterate, claim sincerely that they "never read advertse ments. - Yet, if you could investigate, in each case you would find that the man who "never reads ad vertisements" used an adver tised tooth paste or shaving cream or soap. If he owns an au tomobile it will be an advertised car. If you ask his opinon of any automobile he will reply in words that m?ght have been lifted bod ily from an, advertisement of that automobile. Advertising has formed his opinions to a great degree. He , ( Pnblislted hr The American Association Our Service Is Good Battery Service We can not bring a dead battery to life, but we can give an old battery a new life. " N We do not give away a battery, but we furnish the best all-around, all weather battery to be had at a bed-rock price.' , We have" the well-known Prest-O-Lite Battery for, as low as $19.90, less " any allowance made for your old bat ' tery. If you're thrifty, you'll come and ex amine our system of lower battery costs. Call today. DROWN MOTOR CAR CO. 46 N. Main St., Barre, Vt. Oldest service to motorists POLL Or WHRKS fs ,4 WI VOO 8KB THIS BHiH ;s 1 hjW9j&S tions are so conservative that concerns transact as little business as possible through it. The local chamber of com merce arbitrates claims if called up on. The standard of honor among the lm-sl merchants is high. The Moham medan law whi governs largely the native business in Aden, as well as in QUESTION: ; Does any mince pie nowadays contain real meat? ANSWER: Y Good, honest, home-made mince meat of course and you may be sure of real meat in your mince meat when you use noneSuci MINCEMEAT ."LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE" MERRELL-SOULE COMPANY SYRACUSE. N-Y. may have received his informa tion through others who ob tained their knowledge from ad .vertising. But it is a fact that no man. can escape the effect of advertising even if he does say he "never reads advertisements." Not one of us ever reasoned out entirely from his own mind that the earth Is round. If we had not read it or heard it we would nsver have known it In these days of good, truthful, helpful advertising to say MI never read advertisements" is merely your way of saying, "I don't read all advertisements. The Harre Daily Times, in t-prTatin with 1 of AdfertUine the rest of Arabia does not recognize any statute of limitations, and a debtor must pay as soon as he is able to do so, no matter how long that may be. In Eritrea and the different Somalilands the laws of Italy, Franco and England are in force in theory, an din Abyssinia the local law is very severe, New York Times. Agencies. ) i (Muz?