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THE IUKRE DAILY TIMES, HAHKE, VT.f SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1913.
BARRE DAILY TIMES A m k w I n 1 Ion a. On trr U M On month tj 1 mil op ul Int. rod at th poatofflc t Brr a ncond- Iku mulUr. FRANK B. LANGLKY, PublUh. SATURDAY, APRIL a6, 1913. Grape Juice Ilryan! Mr. Welch. Walking uil'v. for tigni Cobb acknowledge with Detroit. the oorn and We trust California hnnn't another earthquake waiting for out secretary of state. The Montpelier tire department ought to equip it vehicle with shrieking thing like that which adorn the Barre uto truck; ami then people would get out of the way. Great Britain 'hardly could have a more diftinirulahed ambassador to the I'nitcd State than the one who i jut leaving after ix years of good service t Washington. In explaining why lie served grape juice punch intead of wine, Secretary of State Bryan doe not say why he erved something that looked like wine but didn't have the punch of wine in stead of serving plain coffee or tea. Having the knowledge that bi news paper plant at Raleigh, X. C wa burn ing, Secretary of the Navy Daniels ihowed good nerve in staying at the newspaper men' banquet in Xew York on Wednesday evening. He stood by his Jims. v VJ I III A BLirtJU .LV I If Governor Johnson of California 1 taking hi direction from ex-President Roosevelt, as reported, there will be only one course to pursue if Ifooeeveit is con listent in his actions, for when he was president of the United State, Col. Roosevelt ws confronted, with a situa tion much like that which come to President Wilson. Then Roosevelt even threatened to send troops" into Califor 01a to prevent alien discrimination in schools. The Prohibition party of Vermont lost one of it most available candidates for office on the Btate ticket when Kugcne M. Campbell of Lyndon passed away Thursday, for there has not been a Pro hibition convention in recent year in which the name of Mr. Campbell ha not been more or less prominent. He was one of the leaders of the cold water party in Vermont. For the good of Quincy, Mass., it is to be hoped that the reported sale of the Fore River shipyard to the Beth lehem Steel corporation of Xew York and Pennsylvania docs not mean the shutting down of the industry in Quincy and removal to some place nearer the corporation' center of operation. For long time Quincy wa what might be .considered a one-industry city, with granite working a the industry; then came the shipbuilding industry, which was built up till it employed live thous and men, far surpassing, the granite in dustry in magnitude, the granite industry becoming second fiddle, but being nur tured as something to fall back upon. 60 Quincy had, two guod-ized branches of industrial occupation and the city ha boasted about .not . being dependent' on a single industry. Now to lose the ma jor ono of the two would be a heavy blow to the city, as it would deprive the community of most of five thousand workmen and their families. Perhaps the le of the works to the Bethlehem corporation is not effected with an idea to removal of the industry from Quincy.' All here for men's and boys' wear opening new goods every day. The pracel, post and our New York resident buyer keep us in daily touch with the New York market, and we can now serve you bet ter than ever. To-day the latest in Suits from $10 to $35. Here's a special at $20 worth your time to ex amine. The new browns, odd grays, fancy blues all that you could wish. We Clean, Pre and Repair Clothing F. H. Rogers & Co. 174 Worth Main Street, Barre, Vermont I special low pkhces! THIS STORE IS READY AT BROWN'S DRUG On Advertised Medicines and Toilet Articles. TOME I On many items, the price is cut under the cost. We do this to emphasize the fact that we tt nil aic iicvci uiuicisuiu. A lie list i luu juug iui uic opavc auuiicu iui this announcement. Hospital and Sick Room Supplies washed away, the city is likely to be better than ever. Everybody admire a city with a fighting spirit such as San Francisco showed following the earthquake and fire and such as Dayton is showing at the present time. THE PRESIDENT'S HEALTH. The sign of impending impairment of President Wilson' health because of too close attention to the duties of his new office are said to be apparent al ready and as a result, his physician has prescribed daily recreation and respite from labor. President Wilson, while a vigorous man physically a well as men tally, is not of the make-up of hi pre decessor or even of Col. Roo.'evelt, and he requires a great amount of relaxa tion. Taft and Roosevelt took their re laxation with physical exercise, the for mer by means of golf and the latter by tennis and horseback riding, with now and then attendance at the national game exhibitions. President Wilson has adopted the latter plan, which is good. Further than that, be ought to get out that bicycle and take more spin over the boulevards of the capital city. The nation does not wish to have it presi dent broken in health at all and surely not at the very opening of his administration. t: it t: tt tt tt it y tt tt tt n Bed Pans, Douche Pans, Urinals, both Glass and Rubber, Invalid Air Cush- ions, Syringes, Ice Caps, Rubber Gloves. All these goods are No. 1 quality and ft prices' that will surprise you. tt A special Emaneled Blue and White Douche Pan, only $1.10. Serviceable Rubber Gloves, 39c per pair. , 4k fr 'I. 1. WATCH THE CORNERS. That complaint about too fast driv ing of automobiles in Jiurlington, fol lowing the alleged striking of an aged pedestrian the other evening, the victim being hurled to the roadside and left there, applies with but slightly dimin ished force to all the larger communities of the state, in which the machines are multiplying each year. We aw a machine yesterday which was scudding along Barre' main street in a manner that imperilled pedestrians and teani9 on that street, not to mention pedes trians and teams approaching Main street from intersecting street. Had a team been driven with moderate speed from Elm street onto Main street just at the moment, nothing on earth could have averted a collision and it accom panying damage and possible loss of life. The time to be careful is now rather than after ome serious accident ha resulted from careles driving of automobile. GROTON. DAYTON'S SPLENDID CO I" RAGE. The entire country will applaud the courage of Dayton, Ohio, which w wept by the greatest flood in its his tory only few weeks ago, for Dnyton is attacking the problem of reclamation with great spirit and loyalty. Many of the mercantile and manufacturing eoncern of the city have been ap proached by agent of other cities with proposition to remove from Daytnn but thee ageat are being nvt with the re ply "We will stick to Dayton"; and ticking they are. Such loyalty to a tricken city merit upport from the ritizen later on. when the city shall bve become it formrr eif; and. more over, the courage of Dayton in it. ad rer;ty i likely to attract many more fwyple and indutrie. Therefore, al though it will take a long time for Dayton to get bk what the flood It. J. Miller has sold his farm at West Barnet to E. W. Clark. Hon K. M, Harvey of Montpelier was in town Thursday on business. Mrs, Hattie dough ha gone to Lis bon, X. 11., to make her home with-her son, Willard Clough. llev. 11 W. Lewis arrived here Wed nesday from St. Albans, and will com mence bis labor at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The IkhIv of Roy Hue, who died at Karre Wednesday was brought to this station Thursday and taken to bi late home at East Corinth. Mrs. J. A. McAllister of South Rve- gate visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. L. ii, Welch, Thursday. Mis (ira-e Dennis returned to Laco nia, X. H.. the firat of the week. F. W. Hanchett ha sold hi house on Pine flreet, stored hi household goods and gone to J'Jymouth, N. H, 'ilenry Honk in son of Sherbrook, P. Q. visited hi father, Harry Hopkinson, the hist ol tlie wepk. Mis Anna Eastman, who ha been at the home of her parent, Mr. and Mr. A. W. Eastman, for a few days' stay left tnday morning for Woodsville, X. If. Mrs. Frank Toole, and son, Carson, of er, W . R. Carbee, Wednesday ami Thur er, W. R. Carbee Wednesday and Thur' day. .Mrs. A. G. Taisey of Montpelier and Mrs. C. J. Pillabury of Barre arrived here Thursday for a few day' stay with relative, and iriemis. Mrs. Edwin White and two children arrived here Thursday from Woodsville, N. H., and the family will occupy the tenement in the Oroton telephone central build'iig. Mrs. Sarah French, who ha been visit ing her brothers, .T. W. and A. N. Morri son, left Wednesday for Franconia, X. II Ralph Smith, who has been employed in a hotel in Florida during the winter, arrived at hi home here Tuesday. Mr. and Mr. George Eastman of Top ham were visitor at Dexter WhitrhiU' Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Richard Martin and daughter of Shertirooke, P. Q., Mr. George Clough of Xewburyport, Mat.. Mr. Annie (.agner and daughter, lena, of Manchrnter, X. H., Mr.'. I- Shirette and n of Tilton, have been pawning the week with their parents, Mr. and Mr. II. Hopkinon, and iter, Mr. Richard Dennis. 100 Blaud's Pills 19c 100 5-gr. Cascara . . 19c 100 Rhinitis Tabs. 25c 50 5-gr. Eff. Lithia Tabs 25c It's Getting Talcum Powder Time and we have all the well known and popular brands at from 12c to 25c the box. Our Line ol Fine Cigars both Domestic and Imported, is very complete. We mention a few Saturday specials: 4 7-20-4's 25c 7 Waitt & Bond Latest 25c 6 A. D. S. Specials 25c 5 Large Schuberts '. '. 25c 7 Little Schuberts 25c Kodaks and Brownie Cameras and Supplies It It tt u tt tt tt tt tt tt tx tt tt tt tt tt tt It tt tt tt Kodaks at from $6 to $65 Brownies at from $1 to $12 We do developing and printing at the a lowest possible prices consistent with first-class work, and our business in this line is constantly increasing. Come in and let us demonstrate the Kodiop- ticon to vou. The latest out for show- 1 1 ing lantern slide pictures in your own home. Saturday Candy We have packed for us a very high grade of Assorted Chocolates in 1-lb. boxes easily a 40c quality that we sell for 29c the pound. Quimby's Cream Caramels 40c k - . 1 , -r?n v-i 1 1 i. T T Ml S tyuimpys iviiiK Lnocoiaie vanina Creams 40c Quimby's Old-Fashioned Choco lates 20c Soft, Peppermint and Checkermint Creams 20c FOSS AND HUYLERS' CHOCO LATES AND BONBONS A fresh supply just in. Saturday only, Huyler's 80c grade tt J i r 3 ior oniy ddc. This store is ready for you. We never were in a better position than now to take care of your Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear wants. Store never was so full of good merchandise at remarkably low prices. Saturday Extra Values 7 PIECES HAND LOOM SILK, 27 INCHES WIDE This Silk is sold in city stores at 39c per yard. For Satudray only we will sell at 21c per yard. $1.00 House Dresses for 79c. Kimono Aprons for Saturday at 45c. Another lot Dark Seersuckers and Ripplettes, the 18c kind. Your choice at 12'c per yard. 25c Wide Ribbons, all colors, per yard ,19c $1.00 Long Silk Gloves, special, per pair 79c One lot Stripe Poplins, fancy Wash Goods, 32 in. Black and White Ginghams, all 25c goods, at 18c per yard. Second Floor Specials 19c Ladies' and Misses' Lace Trimmed Gauze Vests, also large sizes, at, each ...2xic $1.00 Ladies' Muslin Night Robes at ,75c Saturday is a good day to buy your White Dresses, Silk Dresses, New Spring. Coats, Children's White and Colored Dresses. Don't miss this sale of White Muslin Waists on Saturday at 79c up. JL lmfhan Store TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. Nelson -Church, correct millinery, i located over Barre Time office. See the apecial hand loom silk on sale Saturday at 21c a yard at Vaughan's. Lumber, both soft and hard wood, rough and finished. At the C. L. Bugbee mill. Flie are here. Got your screen for window and door at the C. L. Bugbee mill. Xow i the time to get your screen window and door repaired at the C. L. Bugbee mill. Still want about 40 more head of cat tle to turn out. Anything rou want to sell! H. J. Smith,' City Slarket. TALK OF THE TOWN Summer goods at Vaughan's. Special value at Perry' on Saturday, More new white dresses, at Vaughan's. Ratine poplins 25c a yard at Perry' on Saturday. Bananas, banana, banana! Special' for Saturday, best bananas 20c a dozen Hi for 2."c; 15c a dozen, or 20 for 25c, at I'nited Fruit Store, 78 Xorth Main treet. All those going to (irajnitcville on Wednesday, April 30, please give their names to the committee not later titan Monday, the 2Sth. Fred Suitor, Alex. Ritchie", G. Fhillip or James Gall, ee- retary. Just received, another lot of High- Grade INITIAL STATIONERY. Spe cial price 35c. Our price 29c. Also Embossed Initial Correspon dence Cards 25c. TENNIS GOODS Racquets, Tennis Balls, Markers, etc. Tennis Balls are 25c, 35c and 50c. A MILLION FOR MISSIONS. W. W. Borden, Young Missiooiry, Left Entire Estatt for Missionary Work. Chicago. April 28. Almost the eirfire estate of l.(m0.m0 of William Whitney Borden, the young missionary, who died at Cairo, Kgypt. i left for, foreign mis sionary work, hi mother and ter re ceiving nothing. Thouand of Mea and Women are struggling to live on the income of a small principal, who might he rare tree anil re-e r a comparatively large .wvme absolutely crtain a long'a they l.ve. by pui-hcsing mtr annuties. (all T wnl tor tnll information. atoal Lite In-. IV. of I. Mutual.) S. S. BaUarJ. geiwral agent, Laorema build ing. Montpelier, t. Big stock of GUARANTEED GOLF $ GOODS Drivers, Brassies, Iron Clubs, k all brands of Golf Balls. Our big Soda Fountain is fairly sizzling over with good things to drink jj ailU wivjr tiic vviu anu tvti juug a tuiioc uuvuvii wuiitvou uivow ft rials to be obtained (we are very particular about that). For Saturday as a spe- cial we are offering Frozen Pudding, both at the fountain and to take out. Phone us your order. Phone us your wants. Our phone is a one-party line, which insures your a getting immediate connection and a prompt "Drown's Drug Store" from us. Goods delivered free anywhere in the city. Let us know your wants. Our Diamond Brand Water Glass for preserving eggs has proven its use fulness. Per quart, 20c. A Ban Chartered by the XL S. Government Under Government Control EDrowifs Drag Store, 48 North Main Street it n tt B j tt tt tt tt tt such is The Peoples National Bank C. VV. Melcher C. W. Averill F. D. Ladd DIRECTORS Ira C. Calef V. D. Smitr A. J. Young V. M. Holtlen F. N. Braley D. P. Town Open Monday Evenings from 7 to 8 Rnrrrv Vppmnnt m. w viilivill ft AMUSEMENT NOTES. 'The Is a Rose Maid" Next Monday Smashing Success. Will all the beauty and frajjram-e of the flower whose title it bear. I lf Ko?e Maid," Werba 4 Lueacher lat ent and luoitt spectacular musical w oe will viit thi city on Monday. April 2S. playing at the opera house. 1 hi loyoua iennee oprmm mmr. with the endorsement of a to eaon Mice in New York. Ijke it ister opera, "ine pprmg -uam. iv -emaidiing triumph from the very tart. In both of tliene popular opereii ninr is a rea-uiooaeq rounm-r vnntti an.1 beautv and thi refreshing youthfulne -largely account for it fa- j (nation. Added to tn m an anuna ance of humor and a delightfully tune-j fill Wore by Pruno (.ranuhMaeilten. all of which taken together give "ine Koae Maid" an irrecMible charm. Adv. GRANITEVILLE. A concert will h? given in Mile' hall on Wednesday, April 3". at 7 :.'! p. m.. under the aupiccs of Barre and (Jran iteville Socialist local, with the follow ing program: Piano solo. Mis Isabel (iall; roug, William l-teward; Mng, Mr. . t'arlrson; Highland dan-e, the WiM eiaterp; aong, Jamm Oall: humorou ong. Nanny Amlermin; cornet fo!o, Crl Koreell; ong. (ieorge Mcljrml; Irish wit, I. T. Callahan: dnrt, Mr. Carlson and Mr. (Jail; Irish jig, the Will Bister. Kefretdinicnts. Admision. 2-k1. Norwich- St. Michael's Tied. XorthfieliT, AprH 2t. A game of bate hall yesterday afternoon letween Nor wich univcrity and St. Michael' college wa called at the end of the l"th inning on account of darkness with the core a tie. 3 to 3. TO TROSECTJIE INSUSAJICE COS. Mare Atainst Those Ttat Threaten to Leave MiuourL JefTeiwon Citv. Mo.. April 2. Attor ney rtneral Barker annouie-d yeterdy J he will trt proceeding to-day c nt the tire insurance companie that Jlireal- i to leave the tt April . ! fnr. Major annonrd he wouil not call an eitra aedelnn of the lcg Iature t repeal ttie Orr inwiram-e law. j This Is the Kind ol Weather When You Need ICE CREA M both as a food and a dessert It is one of nature's ways of counteracting or mitigating the effects of very hot weather. We are going to make the best Ice Cream this year that it is possible to make from pure dairy prod ucts. This week-end. Vanilla, Strawberry and Choc olate, packed and delivered at your door. We'll give you more varieties later. L. B. D0dgC Creamery Dairy joo Ifartk Maia Street. Bane, Vermont Telephone J3-W Four Carloads of Mattresses in a year is about our av erage sale. There is a rea son why our Mattress trade is so large. We buy direct from the manufacturers in carload lots and pay CASH, which means a much better Mat tress at less money than we could get in buying small lots. "Peruvian" White Felt at $18.00 The "Crown" Felt at 10.00 The ".Monarch" White Felt Top and Bottom. . 6.00 The "Thermos" Silk Floss 13.00 and even our Cotton Top Mattress at $3.00, are all leaders. 10 PER CENT. CASH DISCOUNT Let Us Show You A. W. BADGER & COMPANY Furnishing Undertakers" and Embalmcrs TBS BEST OF A.VBULA5CE SERVICE