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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1912.
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Zoe at Barnett in "The Red Rose" Barre Opera House Aug. 28. , The offering at the opera house on I Wednesday, Aug. 28, will be "The lied Rose," a musical comedy in three acta by Harry B. and Robert 11. Smith, with niusic by Robert Hood Bowers, which made a sensational hit in New York City at the Globe theater. The produc tion is under the personal direction of r sti If r J ; J "7 I cate. showing the antics of his father with a young art student. This, eou pled with the- discovery that Lola H really a baron's daughter, enables young Lorimer to overcome his father's objec tions, and the last act ends with a scene reminiscent of Sapho, when the stu dent carries his fiancee up a flight of isteps and they . waltz away in true Vien nese musical comedy style ana are mar ried. The cast i headed by Zoe Har nett, of whom much good can be said, assisted by some of the best known mu sical comedy artists, including a large chorus who are &aid to not! only be able to sing but are extremely good to look upon. ' : RANDOLPH. PLAINFIELD. BLY BROWN, , Who Plavs "Daisy" in John C. Fisher's Big Musical Success, "The Red Rose," Which Comes to the Opera House on V Wednesday, Aug. 28. , John C Fiuber. the producer of "Floro llora," "The Silver. Slipper" and many other well-known successes. The com pany is unusually large and is said to include some stunning young women, .There are twenty-eight musical num bers, with a good variety of popular song hits and others of greater mu sical worth. ' From a scenic and cos tuine point of yiew "The Red Rose" is. said to be a sensation. The story tells the following tale: A young Amer ican, studying art, falls in" love With a model. Lola. His wealthy father ob jects to the marriage. Stormy scene follow. But in the end, Dick "Lorimer, the young American, obtains some pic tures taken by ar moving picture syndi- Lewis Pollard of Stoddard, X. II., has been a guest for several days at the home of Grace Howard on Summer street. Mrs. K. E. Brooks left on Tuesday for Hurlington to join her sister, pirt. 1 houv as, and tnev went . to vergennes lor a few days' visit at their old home be fore Mrs. Thomas leaves for California. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Dolloff, who have been with Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Shattuck for the last two weeks, went to their home in Manchester, N. 1L, Tuesday. Mrs. Ida Drake and her uncle, Bennett Spear of Boston, wiuit to Northfield on Tuesday to remain for a few days with mends. Miss Ruth Morse arrived here Monday night from Hartford. Conn., and was the guest of Mrs. Ella Smaller, her aunt, over Monday night and the. follow ing day went to Barre for a visit with friends. Mrs. Thomas Fitch left Tuesday to join her husband in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, for a stay of our or five months. Mr. Fitch is superintending the construc tion of a building there for the Inter national Harvester company, which will take till January I to complete. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Torrer of Lyonii, X. Y., have been her since last Friday with "Mr. Torrey's mother,, who lives on Central street. Mr. Torrey is organist and choir master in a Lutheran church in Lyons, N. Y. Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Blanchard are this week at 011 Orchard Beach, where their daughter, Helen, has been for several weeks, and on their return here she ex pecta to accompany them- home. James Ashmore of Decatur, 111., is spending a few days with Mrs. ABhmore ut the home of 11 E. Cutler. Mrs. Nellie Kidder and daughter, Jes sie, of Barre visited relatives in town last week, r Mr. and .Mrs. Charles McKniebt of Cabot spent .Thursday and Friday with .Mr. ana Mrs. Uan 1'age. . Miss Bernice Clark of Barre spent part of last week in, town with rela tives, Mrs. Cora Morse and Miss Anna Web ster of Montpelier spent Sunday, with Misses Jane and Ahbie Clark. - Mrs. Charles Wishart of Barre re cently visited Mr. and Mr. Nat Page. Mrs. Euthesia Spencer of Barre and Mrs. George Dodge of Montpelier spent Saturday with 'their brother, Dr. F. I. Gale. E. D. Bartlett and Ben Warren were in Watcrbnry Saturday on business. ' Mrs. Frank Marsh of East Calais vis ited Mrs. L. L. Knapp Saturday. Miss Lora Knapp accompanied her home. Miss Ethel Bcmis and Mr. and. Mm. Clayton Boyce of Montpelier spent Sat urday and Sunday on Camel s Hump. Miss Jennie Fredriekson went to Con cord, N. H., Saturday for a visit with friends. ' " ' s . Frank , Nutting went to Burlington Monday, where he has purchased a drug store. Mr. and Mrs. William Bancroft and Miss Mar returned to their home in Paw tucket, R, L, Monday. Miss Lena I'ltkin of Barre is spend ing a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. Ann Martin. Rev. A. W. Hewitt was nominated for representative by the Democratic party Saturday evening.'." E. F. Leavitt was chosen by the Republicans. Miss Dorothy Smith spent last week in Berlin with her sister, Miss Octavia Smith. A. N. Flood is building a cottage at l.ucewater. Mrs. Omas Pitkin and sons of Cabot visited Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fifleld Sun day. Pleasant Valley Eebekah lodge will hold a practice meeting Friday even ing. lred rarnham has returned from sev oral days' visit with relatives in Water ville, Me., and Boston. OaTence-Uwineil et Jbast Calais was town Tuesday on , business. A son was bom Aug. 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Howard of St. Johnsbury Center. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Duke of this town are great-grandparents to this child and Mrs. Maria Duke, who is 05 years old, is great-great-grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl loss and childreu of Medford, Mass., are the guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. A. foss. Porter Pen-in of Sanbornton, N. II., is spending a few days in town with rela tives. Elmer Belvilfe of Graniteville was in town Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cutting are vis iting relatives in St. Johnsbury, Orleans and West Charlotte. James Hooker of Montpelier is assisting at the station during Mr. Cuttings absence. Mark Morse of Randolph is spending a few days in town with friends and rela tives. ) Misses Marion Cutler and Kate Co burn, Mr. Waterman of Barre and Mr. Kier of Craftsbury spent Sunday at the home or .Murray Martyn. Miss Florence Payne is spending a few days witn Miss tveiyn Couurn. IN LOCAL MARKETS Pork in Good uemana ana Prices Higher FRESH EGGS ARE STRONGER Chickens Are Lower With Increasing Of ferings Native New Potatoes Bring from 8590c Garden Truck Is Plentiful. EAST CABOT. CABOT. Miss Muriel Pitkin, only daughter of Ozias and Olive (Severance) Pitkin dkd Thursday, July 4. after an illness of 13 months. Miss Pitkin was born in Marsh field Jan. 2, 1800, , She is survived by her parents and five brothers, Fred, Paul. Percy, Royce, and Victor. The funeral services were held Saturday, July 0, from her late home, Rev. Mr, Chapin of Marshfield officiating. Warren Fifield and E. A. Thomas of Marshfield and tw J brothers, Fred and Paul Pitkin, were bearers. There were many beautiful floral tributes from relatives and friends, also from the high school at Marshfield. Miss Pitkin will be greatly 'missed by her family and iriends. - She was very patient during her long illness and .con tinually made plans for the future when her liea 1th would be much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Pitkin have the sincere sympathy'of their many friends in their great loss. . Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bundy and chil dren of Sutton were at I. C. Peck's re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Reed" were at North Calais Friday to attend the Co. I re union. Mr. and Mrs. Murdo Beaton and fam. ily were at Barre Friday. Vanada Blake attended the rural car riers' convention at Windsor Wednes day and Thursday, going as a delegate. Miss Alice Boyd of Ponce, Porto Rico, was a guest at Silas E. Houghton's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver K. McCosco of West Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Barr of Linden, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. N. II.' Cate of this place were at Robert Barr's Tuesday. Mrs. George Morse and son, Gerald, visited in .Barre and Montpelier last week. - ' . Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hoadley and three children of Brattleboro were at W.; I. Abbott's several days last week. Miss Ruth Ashley has returned to her home in .Walt bam, Mass. Mrs. George Durette and two sons, Wayne and Loren, of .Morrisville are guests at Georjre Drew's. Mrs. S. E. Houghton and guest, Misi Alice Boyd, were at St. Johnsbury , on Wednesday. Arthur Read visited 'his brother,; George, at Barre recently. Robert Barr was at St. Johnsbury Monday. . N. II. Cate lost Iris horse recently and hag purchased another of Bert Gerry of Danville. Barro, Vt, Aug. 21, 1912. Dressed pork is in good demand and prices are higher; fresh eggs are also a little higher, while chickens, with in creased offerings, are lower. Native new potatoes are coming in more freely and prices are off a little. Wholesale quota tions are: l)ressed pork 0'i (3.10c. Veal lOffillc Lamb 13c. Fowls lofa'HV. -Chickens 200 22c. Fresh eirirs 27c. Butter Creamery 30(3lc, dairy 27 28c. Native new potatoes 85(ff 00c. Green truck plentiful and prices low, IN BOSTON MARKETS. Prices Remain About the Same on All Commodities. Boston, Aug. 21. No changes were to be noted in the local dairy market yes terdav. the nriees which ruled on Sat'ir day bidding over for the first of this weeK. !wai loDOiiiE quotation low : Butter Fancy northern creamery tubs 2020t boxes UOgSOVic, prints and cartons 30V-fo31"Hie, fancy west em creamery, spruce tubs 28,,aR20c, ash tubs 28828i', renovated butler 25 Vj 26 Vic. . Cheese New Y'ork twins, fancy 17 17Vic, fair to good 16S Hi'ic, Youna America 18 18 4", sage Wq 18e. Eggs Fancy hennery 3530c, choic eastern 3132c. fresh western extras 27fe2Sc, choice 2526c. NORTH CALAIS. Twenty-Three Survivors of Co. I, 11th Vt. Vol, Held Reunion Friday. The annual reunion of Co. I, lith Vt. Vol., took place at Memorial hall Aug. 10. The weather was ideal and there was a good attendance, there lin ing 23 of the survivors of the com pany present, some coming from a dis tance. Comrade John K. Wiinon of Worcester, Vt.,was elected president of the association, to. succeed Comrade E. L. Foster, deceased, who ably presid ed over its, destinies many years. The stirring martial music of the Getchel drum corns floated out over the pla"id waters of Mirror lake, and was echoed back by the surrounding hills. This being the With anniversary of the or ganization of the company, President ilson gave an extremely interesting history of the company, which was istened to with rapt attention. After brief but excellent htecary and tnu sical program, the exercises closed with an address by Col. 11. S. roster. I he members of Co. I who were pres ent were as follows: V. H. Burnak, A. W. Hakell. A. M. Teachout, Rnlwrt Boyce, Charles Batchelder, J. R. Wilson, J. S. Wilson, r . i.. Marsh, O. W. Guerff- sev, II W. Thresher, D. W. C. Ormsbee, II. .Amidon, W. C. Wheeler, R. A. Wiley, B. Wilkins, Joshua Gray, E. D, Martell, Frank Danforth. Mr, Gile, Mar in Abbott, A. P. Flanders, H. L. Russell, II. heeler. Oood Old . BoLo Bill uses it? Why? Because it's just likeBill Ruggedly honest. Reliable. Not put uptoplease the tut to please the taste. Smoking? 4wJL ID GROTON. SOUTH RYEGATE. AUG. 31st 1912-SEPT. 7th ARE THE DATES OF Canada's Great Eastern Exhibition! SHERBROOKE, P. Q. THE PROVINCIAL FAIR OF QUEBEC Two Grand Government Exhibits Agricultural, Industrial, Horticultural Races, Attractions, Bands 25c General Admission 25c Dana Pavonche was in Montpelier the last of the week. - ' Mrs. M. F. MeDonald was in St. Johns bury Friday and Saturday. Aleck Smith was a Sunday visitor l.i llarre. Several from here attended old lome week at Wells River Friday. r William Stuart of Barre is visiting iiaymonu lleaton. T. Courtney and son, Earl, were , in Marshfield over Sunday. F. W. Ellis and son were in Woods ville, X. If., Monday. v Robert McKenzie, Charles I)arlin(, An gus Smith and (i. Rabioli went to Old Orchard Beaeh. Me., last Saturday morn ing; in W. 0. Sampson's automobile.- Mrs. Ernest Keenan and two children, who have been visiting in St. Johns bury the past two weeks, returned to their home Monday. M. Collins and William Calder have re turned from Hanover, N. II., where they have had employment. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hudson, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ellis,, left Tuesday for Passumpsio, where they are to visit Mrs. Hudson's brother. Fred Pavonche has. rented the Stair tenement. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Wright spenj Sun day at Mrs. Wright's former home lu Waterford. Grant Brown, who has employment at the station, visited -in Marshfield Sunday. YOUR GROCER SELLS Slickney & Poor's Mustard Tell him nothing else will suit you. Miss Helen Huntington and Miss Cath erme Berry of Montpelier were guests or .miss r-vangeiine t-oster over Sua day. Mrs. Ina Tabor returned Wednesday from a stay of several days in Cabot. Mrs. Ada Cate visited in North Mont' pelier the last of the week. Mrs, H. 8. Foster is stayiiijrvat the Foster homestead for the summer. Charles White, Mrs. Ella Silloway and son of Morrieville, were entertained at S. K, Cameron's last week. J. V. Butterflcld of North Montpelier is building a cottage on the shore of Nelson lake, on the Holmes point. Mrs, Martha Barton has gone to Fays ton to visit her son. ,.;"'. Mrs. Annette Ains worth, who has been staying with her sister, Mrs. S. K. Cam eron, for a time, has gone to Richmond. Miss Alma Leonard was at I. S. Ta bor's on -Friday., Mrs. Edith Beard was a business vis itor in Montpelier on Thursday. Mrs. Ida Thurston went to Woodbury on Thursday to visit her daughter, M:s. Mabel Carr, for a few days. A Republican caucus was held at the town hall on Saturday afternoon and nominated as candidate for town repre sentative, George Daniels. A Democrat ic caucus in the evening nominated as candidate for town representative, Wnl ter Eastman, . - Camp 34, Sons of Veterans, will hold its annual field day at Memorial hsll, North Calais, Friday. August 23. There will be a literary and musical program, including an address by Rev. Albert Phillips; a baseball game, East Calais vs. Siorth Montpelier, and a dance in the evening. The famous Getchcl drum corps of Calais will furnish martial music. A cordial invitation is extend ed to the public, ' , Mr. M. J. Ricker Hall Has Donated Town Clock, Which la Much Appreciated. A town clock has been donated to the village by Mrs. M. J. Ricker Hall, which will be placed in the Methodist church steeple. A. N. Clark will do the carpenter work, which he has already commenced. The purple of thia vicinity will certainly appreciate th generous ift of Mrs. Hall. Mr. and Mr. .Tames Smith, Miss Jessie nd Bernard Smith and Mrs. B. M. Rick er went to Bretton Woods Sunday a Mr. Smith's- auto. , An accident to the machine, a broken axla, necessitated the party's return by train on Monday morning. Alvah Cobleigh of Newbury was a visitor in town over Monday night. A. 8. Clark went to Concord, N. H., Monday to visit his brother, Edwin, who is ill. Mrs. A. E. Lagare aid children, and Nelson Ricker are at lake Groton for a week's stay. S. M, Hood of West Topsham was a business visitor in town yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George Chalmers and child of St. Johnsbury are at the home of Mr. Chalmer sister, Mrs. I. N. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith and Clyde Welch, returned to Lisbon, N. H., yes terday. - Miss Carrie Leet has finished work for Mrs. L. S. Blanchard and gone to her home at Topsham. Mrs. Robert lllman and Miss Marga ret returned yesterday from their two weeks' visit at Bridgeport, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kimball and two children of Lacoma, H., are spending the week with relatives here. Mrs. K. X. tiarK ana cnimren ana brother, Charles Adams, and Mrs. Emma dark returned Monday from a two weeks' stay at , their cottage at lake Groton. i William Ricker of Woodsville is the! guest of his sihttr, Mrs. M. II. Whitohill, tor a tew days. Olin (Jay of Cavendish as a guest at the home of Mrs. A. . M. Heath from Friday until Monday. , M. 1. Coffrin moved on Saturday from the Coffrin block to rooms in the Vanoa block, where he wilt have his ofhee and, undertaking goods. N. A. Whitehill left on Monday on a: trip to Lowell and Billerica, Mass, At the business meeting ueiu oy tne ladies'-aid at the Methodist church par-' lor Friday evening, the following offi-; cers were elected: President, Mrs. Helen1 Welch; vice-president, Mrs. B. A, Web ber; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. H. T. Morrison. The ladies decided to hold their church sale about the middle of October. Uncle Tom's Cabin," a tent show. given here Monday night by Robinson Bros., received a large patronage. FARM TALK The Syracuse Sulky Ptow u.u.va uot u .l.. ., jik, does more work,, is easier for man and team. If you doubt these statements, I refer you t F. M. Allen, Morrison Farm, Barre; A. T. Smith, Barre; Otto Friberg, Barre; Harry Whitney, Williamstown ; E. L. Tracey, WiJliamstown; E.' t Gould, Cabot; Angus Smith, Cabot; C. A. Bartlett, Plainfield ; Herbert Kelton, Easl Montplier; and if you are not acquainted with any of these men, I will give' you a list of fifty names of men who are using these Plows, and refer you to any of them, with perfcrt confidence that they will tell von that the SYRA CUSE PLOW "IS THE BEST ON EARTH."' A. W. ALLEN, Averill Mills GRANITEVILLE. Granite Mountain lodge, No. 7897. I. O. O. F., M. Ui w'" h"''! private picnic in Gazeley s park Saturday afternoon, Aug. 24. The members of Victor lodge. Odd Ladies, are respectfully invited to attend. All members come and bring your tarmliea. l'er order committee. PLAINFIELD. Thursday afternoon, August 22. there will be a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler J. Batchelder. Supper will be served, followed in the evening by entertainment and refreshments of ice cream and cake. ,: Are ; You Getting Ahead 1 Are You Saving . a Part of EacA Week's Salary? We aYe trying to help you to do so by offering you each week the things you need and must have in your home at the' Rock Bottom Prices Guaranteed by Our Cash System Read our advertisements in BOSTON SUNDAY PAPERS ORDER BY MAIL Houghton & Dutton Co. New England's Great Cash Store, BOSTON, MASS. Twenty Dollars For Two You would not trade twenty dollars' worth of butter for two dollars' worth of veal. Yet I can name' bright farmers, right in this neigh borhood, who feed young stock - butter fat worth 25 to 35 cents a pound, when oil meal - would be just aa goal for them. If you feed milk set and skimmed by hand, you are leav ing one-quarter to ' one-half the butter fat in the milk. You are feoding valuable butter to produce cheap calf fat or pig fat. Gentlemen, that doesn't pay. THE SHARPLES TUBULAR CREAM SEPARATOR will save that cream itop that loss and put you that much ahead. . Come and see the Tu bular. Let me explain how and why it's the cleanest skimming, lightest running, most dura ble and easiest handled cream separator made. , The Tubular is very' sim- , pie. I'll be pleased to take it all apart and explain exactly how it will pay for itself one . to three times each year in increased dairy profits. J. L. ARKLEY, Barre, Vt. Frozen Pudding ! CARAMEL and VANILLA ICE CREAM --AT C. H. KENDRICK & COMPANY'S