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THE BAH RE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1922.
POLAND FEELS MORE SECURE r ar6-ra fcjitcai rev; a , Topics of the , Home and Household. Through Proclamation Martial Law By Cabinet of iaam flic 'Mnint of memories of did friend, wo$z oobMifl for nearly fifty yeat IjaJfjelpei) uv to maintain our j6eal Jn earfi appreciaf ion of lotjal fnenfefyp, wv wi$ you all appine at CIjrifmafi6e ani tfyrougfyout tljelieuiljean AFTER MURDER , OF PRESIDENT " Cold coffee used instead of water in making molasses or ginger cookies feives them a delightful flavor. - A dish of macaroni and cheese, with a generous portion of some green salad, and a fruit dessert, constitute a meal .which can hardly be excelled for all round food virtues. When the satin dnncinz slippers be- j pin to look shabby at the toe, an ap- "Mndpror Tilrna All trio T?o pli'ation of wood alcohol r rubbed the juuraerer laices ah tne ue- ini8 wav as Ule nap of the Sftlin wU1 sponsibihty on Him self Warsaw, Dec. 18 (By the Associated Tress ). Martial law became effective in Warsaw to-day ,by proclamation of the Polish cabinet, s , Captain Xiewadomski, the crazed 'ar tist who assassinated President Karu towicz hist Saturday, has been held for trial by court-martial. At his pre- ; liminary examination yesterday the ! man declared ho acted on his own ini tiative in shooting the president and that he had no accomplices. I The declaration of martial law lias added to the sense of security felt by i the people who, with General Joseph j Pilsudski established as the chief of I staff of the army and General Kikor-1 ski as premier, await the convocation of parliament on Wednesday for the election of a new president. 1 BROADER SYSTEM OF FARM CREDITS ASKED , . . Co-ooerative Association Su-rt I " oo--- Legislation National Council of Marketing Bodies Authorized. Washington, D. C, Dee. 18. Per manent organization of the Xativnal Council of Farmers' Co operative Mar keting " associations was authorized Saturday in the closing session here of a three-day conference of representa tives of farmerg' associations in all sections of the country. The purpose ot the council will be to handle com mon problems of co-operative market ing bodies, and feting as their mouth piece often make them look like new. To frost a cake evenly to the very ed ire .and prevent the icing from run- nine down the sides, double a piece I ,of stiff paper, and pin clcsely around ;the cake, letting the paper extend an ; inch or so above the top of the cake. Spread icing and do not remove pa per until the icing is set. ... Keep onions, celery and strong tast ing vegetables apart from other vege tables or food. Herrings should also be kept where they cannot taint the household provisions, and fruit of all sorts should be laid separately on a shelf, if possible, as one-piece coming in touch with another will quickly be come spoiled. Kveryone knows what a good thing it is to give wearing apparel and shoes a rest, and the tame method appjws to house linen. 0ie of'en hear a housekeeper say: "It's strange, but I bought those sleets, tablevhithi .ir other things, -an the "ate m.iv be, at th; am tiute, and here ari-. some iii perfect condition, while otbe.-s nre. al most worn out." Ten to one the rea son can be traced to th. manner in which the things were put away. If tin' diiTcrcnt articles cumin.: latest from the wash are put away at the! bottom or the pile they w;ll lisvii a ' .! ... . I.l,.. ........ ... ' liiii'iis' ihioiighoiit will be in He even. '"" Real Food Value in Oranges. With the recent scientific discovery that oranges Rnl lemons ontaiii large qi.'antitics of vit-imines, these citrus i'mits have been jriv-m t r.uurly recog nized value of impiTtaive from a medical stadpoint. Science has learned that citrus fruits hve a nu- The music of the past, the music of to-day, the music whistled beneath your window or sung' in grand opera are all yours at; a mo merit's notice at your own fireside. Not alone the pleasure you obtain but the educa tional value is unlimted, especally to the boy or girl studying music. paper, instead of six mcma prescm pru.uiai i.v , in raw increase to $-23,000 the fruit and vegetables, essentia.1 to the of loans from land Pper assimilation of conjsnt rated , 'i LETTERS TOTHE EDITOR broadcasted during the year about the 'a fine and useful figure in fiction; but satisfactory results obtained from thei"waiting for something to turn up" system now in part operation in thar accomplishes nothing in our every Barre industry. On the other hand, day world. Nothing ever simply comes . A Suggestion on Granite Situation. -Kditor, Barre Times: Anticipating, your co-operation in a matter pertain ing to the welfare of this community, I ask of you a f pace for the follow ing letter. those statements will not be contra dicted by men who know. Men who are not deceiving themselves, who are conversant with the history of the granite industry, will agree that, if the best results are ever again to be obtained these will -be accomplished only by the employment ol skilled me- about. We must stake things hap pen. ; Therefore, as one directly interest ed, bdt actuated only by honorable motive, I aume the responsibility of suggesting that a conference be ar ranged and bring together all parties interested in this matter. If for any chanics. If it be true that the other reason this cannot 1 done 'through I fully appreciate the serious nature j SV9tem jg productive of satisfactory . of the undertaking. Perhaps it is that I am a meddler snd a fool. What I am about to say is said, first, because I believe it to be true and, second, be cause it is needed. ?: While reading in The Times last flight' of the settlement in yuiney, the 'question resolved itself in my mind why cannot, a like settlement be results, then it is also true that the prevailing conditions in Barre to-day present the greatest anomaly in the commercial world. ;. . ' The need of the hour is a settle ment in Barre. With other centers now at work, some of them competi tors with Barre, there is no sound rea son why Barre should not be at work made here in Barre T That wdirld brine also. to an end a controversy or strike Some may say "that the situation in -which for too long has held Barre's t Barre is different and complex eora vgreatest ' industry in a state of stag- pared with other granite centers, nation, and which, if not arrested, Granted. The question arises, is this threatens to annihilate "the granite condition to remain indefinitely! One center of the world.. J thing clearly ia certain In this mat- " Concerning above statements, it is ' ter the situation in Barre will remain to be observed that they are subject complex just as long as all concerned to contradiction. Much has been will it to be so. Mr. Micawber may lie the ordinary chaifriels, surely ome third partv is interested enough to bring alio lit the desired result. Christmas is approaching. Now, at tins reason of peace and good will, is the time to give a practical demon stration of community interest and welfare. As I stated at the outset, I may be a meddler, yet I venture to say that many will agree that no greater, no grander Christmas gift oould be given the cily of Baire than a settlement in the pranite industry. "Shake hands, before you die. Old year, we'll dearly rue for you; WliHt is it we can do for you? hpeak out before you die.' John McAndrew. Trow lyll, Dec. 14, V.H2. b'lt h-at I M till - UJflMiv7lE)J l;l!ilililil!llilpl M aea fc." &gj&JU faiiiiiifiiiiiiiiii Gf f tot Kefec ELECTRICAL GIFTS ARE YEAR 'ROUND SERVANTS OF USEFULNESS ' They combine sense ajid sentiment and keep the Chritmas spirit alive the whole year Ion. . , . Look over this list of useful appliances and check those in which you are interested. Then come in and let us show them to you. Electric Toasters Electric Percolators Electric Grills ' Electric Portable Lamps ELECTRIC VACUUM We suprprest that you make your selection e arly, while our assortment is complete. Terms and prices to suit every pocketbook. farmers and their co-operative socie ties was also favored. A general policy for the council was laid down, favoring the local banker as the primary of the farmer for produc tion and marketing credits. Erection of a farm credits depart ment in federal land banks, with capi tal sufficient to issue farm credit to the maximum of $tKK),000,0CK, was an other project indorsed by the confer ence. This department would discount or purchase agricultural paper and makes loan's to co-operative market ing associations and to agricultural co operative credit associations. Isone of the farm relief measures now pending was indorsed br name. but the House and Senate banking and currency committees were requested" to incorporate tne conference recom mendarons in one rural credits bill. along with acceptance features of the nine farm credits bills already before Congress. The conference held that the co operative association should ask nothing from the federal government other than legislation to permit farm ers and their organizations the same access to the federal credits systems that all other industries now possess. The interstate commerce commis sion waa requested ly the conference Modification of present agricultural ! tritive vlu bo- In this regu-d ita- loan system to -Kive farmers nine re described as actuating lie. mnntw mJit ninpr in..i mints present particularly, m raw months, and to maximum basis banka. was recommended in reiuihi- i food tions unanimously adopted. Amend-1 contains vitamine. ment of the Federal Rjirv. luw j their activity is destroyed by mept h inn'ixl ronniromoni. ..f ta m i diirliiir the Dasteurization Diocess. In crdits and to permit the financing ofitfl orange and lemon this mysterious ! iimxi principle is lounu in tne larg est quantities. Disease germs, scientists tu!e, wine primarily from water whieii gathers bacteria on its way down from the sky or duryig its course in flowing over the ground. The orangd coutaine ninety per cent water and t'.ie lemon but little less, and yet all sorts of chemical tests have failed to discover trace of impurity or disease germs in tliee citrus fruits. It is practically agreed among sll doctors of standing that orttnjrc and lemons are valuable as a f'MHlstiiff; that they are of great benefit from the anti-medical standpoint of pre ventatives of disease; and that they are valuable from a strictly medical tandpoitit. November Iesigner. Yeast Bread Made with Water. A successful yeast bread made with water instead of milk is likely to have the most agreeable wheat flour flavor of any bread made, and this is en hanced by toasting, at which lime it gives off an arqma to tnak" one hun gry. Weigh out two pounds of flour to be most accurate, which should not be colder than ordinary temperature and use half -of it for a sponge made with one cup of boiled water, cooled to i ; 'Will-Be 128 ' ' , m m m L fen i i i urn , 3T 3 ' l' . VS2 9 m m I . - I offset by a rush of purple in the flow ! of Joy Yours With a VIGTROLA ) V 8'" 'I "tiJ TJ'J' t If -1 Call at our store to-day and see and hear the beau tiful new models. 0 . ' The home with a Victrola is always full of happy, smiling faces. - . -. .v-: - . v Order yours at Cummiiigs & Lewis . . Druggists to institute hearings for the purpose tenid. Doured over one veast cake. of opening the whole question of re-1 stir the water and the yeast together vision of freijflit rates, with the view ; thoroughly, and pour the mixture into a crater made in the mound of flour, stirring until it has all been mixed in. Set this to rise like any sponge, hut it will take longer than the ordinary nrtaiulifa lt-attnriifiir rf Mm hur.fona borne by shippers of primary com modities. Carl Williams of Oklahoma, presi- ofTsct by a rush of purple in the flow ers of the short, hot summer. The sun- set skies are aflame with such rubes j cent hues as we do not see in tho temperate latitudes. The northern) lights usually incline to green and yel low. Tiieiy intense and glowing color FIFTEEN GOVERNORSGO. .Monday liaif cal.i-d as a possible prtl liminary to tne January session. Ko Trouble to Listen. Father Xow. my son, I'm going give von some irood adiee, and soiH .lent ol tfie American t otton l, rowers ,,ra nn .,.,r is iis,-.l W hen Exchange, declared the conference to , i,T- .ii,!.l .tir A W have Wn the most Important move in' ,: Tn m th finai (imloU .M American history for the betterment of the farmer. PROHIBITION CONFERENCE. Held By Attorney General Allen of Massachusetts. aeain. to this sponpe another cup of -boiled and cooled water, and then stir and knead in the other pound of flour. Aft er kneading this to perfection, set to rise to double, then make up. You may mold it into a long roll, let rise, and score it before putting it into the . - k.t-; ; n i Boston, Dec. 1.-Distriet attorney. TV " 71 r"', and district attorney -.Ht from all I , . . Jl:j n. j r parts of the tate conferred with Af-:,, f , A . n- . ,, i i the manasement of mila dou(rn, eavs torney General J. eston Allen at the .. . A., .!,. State House toay. The subjectsVt . i Yor by the attorney general m l... .nvita- , . , 11(J. ,UUed in . tion were prohibition and its more ad-, rulX . . ... . .,, t . 1 AT I UlKilT! I . Ill, " ' II V K . 1 . lun-i-uiriiL; iirru oi niriner ,, . . - To Washington to Confer With, Pres. Harding. White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., Dec. Iti, The chief executives of 13 states tions are set where there are compare-' attending the 14th anniuil infni:ly you 11 wi.-h you hal taken it. tivelv few to discern them. In our ' t ,..,. .l Son Fire away, dud, -ince fro houses we prefer a cheerful tone for . f . ... , . , ' ,'your own words you don t expect n the entrance-hall, a quieter shade for the living rooms. A brilliant red, the psvctiol first and finally iea,vc lor uasnington, auer ine nnal to take it. Boston Transcript. , - , A t, , e White Jii! MonUav, of presumably on prohibition eni'orce- t lie subject merit. (iovernors Sproul of - Pennsylvania and I'reus of Minnesota, through whom the president personnally extended his invitaion for the confereme to other governor over the telephone- lat equate enforcement; levislation to regulate the use of fire- trim and methods for improving the ury system. Our Bright Exchanges Arkansas Thomas Cat Some people expect the Lord not mly to provide but In clear otr the table and wash the dishes. Boston Transcript. all cri-p crust. A gas oven is not ideal for baking such bread, but if it N slowly heated and long, you may get perfect effect. If work on the dough is imperfect the rolls may bake in un expected shapes. Dorothy Dexter. tliat very fact. A chamber "deaf to Unix' ami blind to li;ltt' that most in vites to slumber does not use brilliant hues upon the walls. The great ad vances made of late years in the man ufacture of artistic wall paper are . , , uaoeu on a iiose siuiiy 01 psycnoiogy ;,.,,, v.. Tl.r,li h.t nt i.. and esthetics and a proper mural dec- dieted to them the questions to be oration involves, an application not ,flim.,.fs(.(i. As the chief executive, merely of a paste-brush or a -paint -j however, Jle previously announced his brush, but of science. Philadelphia intention of calling the governors to labile LlHller. i YnKl, int-tnn in HiMliB fhm liminr aiU. tion next month, the opinion seemed to prevail among those here to-day I that either the date of that conference F.nelish newspaper In thus devot- i had ' been advanced or the meeting fiig herself, ss a, daughter miirlit to a I I childless widow, she kept from brooiling! ; t -... 1 over her own troubles. Boston' Tran- R5 script. . Sounds Bit Queer. 1 Pii iyeP5Pb safe' Children The Original Food-Drink for All Ages. Quick Lunch t Home.Ofnce&Fountaina. RichMilk, Malted Grain Extract in Pow derttTabletforms. Nourhhinr-Noeooktns. Aroid Imitations and Sobstitutet Electric Curling Iroi Electric Flat Irons Electric Heaters - Electric Heating Pads CLEANERS . Telephone Montpelier 324 or. Barre 216-11. Montpelier & Barre Light & Power Co. Stick In Stockings Wbeo shopping for stockings boy a whole carton of Little Sun-Maid Raisins and make two dozen kiddies happy for $1. 14 g-tint packacr ! Httlc frBtt-fBeats M a Clsiii f torn Pricl Pvt OM la vet MMMtif. Ami Irt littl iuil kmd dm mut Kttte inrnd m Oil mj (ifts. Nrm iiim it-hibdal. Ct tWrti mam at amy tnr. Utile bnjM n4 kom full of b:-i luin Wtk (m4 mmi GOOD FOE jraa. Little Sun-Maids "Cfcristma Raosms" Sc Everywhere Had Juf Iron Today f Pet Colors. Dr. Thaddeus Bolton, professor of psychology in Temple university, who for several years hss conducted experi ments with hundre-U of students, de clares as a result of his researches that blue is the favorite color of men and women. Children at the star: of their 'school days prefer red; later they evince partiality for blue. lr. Bolton would like to see a change, made fr-m green and red to yellow and I.h Tor railway and street traflie signals, mnce about three men in a hundred are color-Hind to red and greerweuJ almost, every eye is sensitive to blui and yel .low. I Those who have to do with Indians , i:i tr.-ule are aware that th? !i iuii) ct!'r preferences must hi eoiiMi,'ld carefn ly. Some tribes that like ycl- 'nw wiil not aen-pt Mui libhone or dress material frnm the trckerp,rs j to othrn. yellow is anathema and bUi. is acceptable. But righly siphisticei eyes may be quite as sensitive ak the aboriginal optics. A local case In point is the prewot yellow background for the stage when the orchestra is play ing at tlie Academy of Miiie. A good miny jrors hse found it unrerful. mr,4 it is ti be ihng"d to a hue more jKx.thing. Xsture choe green and k:iaki for l.-r prr-dom.naot ciir s-heme. In the Kr North the livid in try nhitnrs is ' Loyalty. "Have you ever run down a clue?" I should say not!" replied the detective, '"(lues are my best friends. Whv should I run them down?" Doni worry atovri your skin -fi 10 lesmou eared mine completely , Ii you are embar-ased by a pimply, blotchy, unsibt y comp.exion, try Kesi rslOintrnent and Resinol &japryj)r for a wee and see if they do not begin t make a blessed difference in your skin. Gifts that Last What makes a better gift than Jewelry some thing that will remind the recipient for years of your thoughtfulness an enduring emblem of friendship and affection? . Our stock of Jewelry is complete and we feel sure that jn it -you can find a suitable gift for everyone on your list. See our showing of beautiful Gruen Watches, the celebrated Vatti Pearl Necklaces and our complete line of Hawke's Cut Glass. Our assortment of Christmas Greeting Cards is larger than ever. IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU. . Bell S: Houston ffusiu' I1" rifff- 2C ym. 1 T trmi - h"r r-rranr-l the? r9 rx tu v i-'f tiit a..a b-il lor th hair, ao. RADIO TERMIT required on insurance poJicies. Tleas notify this office if you use a radio in your house. Per mits are FREE. J. W. Dillon Bolster Block. Barre. VL, Thcne 34-R. 1