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them bed another. mother Ginger Snnps Poison TÂ«o. When Mrs T S Goldman of Gulfport put ginger snaps as the finish- Ing touch to the carefully prepared lunches for her husband and their little daughter. Gladys, she little dreamed how near death they be brought by her consideration Shortly after eating the lunch, both the man at his work and the at school were seized with a violent Illness and could scarcely find their way homo. A physician, hastly summoned, found that they were suffering with ptomatlne poison In a severe form, and It was a doubtful of eight or ten hours to save lives.