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THE BARItE DAILY TIMES, BAItliE, VT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914.
J3ARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914. Enteral a. the PMtolfire t Bmrrs c 8eood- Clau Mall Matttr SUBSCBJPTION RATES On fmr II. 00 Od month , 15 wntil Sinxl copr 1 Mat! Pobliihtd Kr.rr Wek-dar Afunwea FRANK E. LANGLEY. Publisher Some day Burre business men may be flying to Burlington and back who can The prospects arc that there will be many uncollare.d (figuratively speaking) delegates running around the Republican state convention on September 9 at Montpelier. MABEL SYRUFS COLYUM During the absence of Mix Daxter, a limited number of question pertain ing to the hearth and home will be answered each day by M. S. Almost the last words of Pope Frus X. were in the form of an exhortation to the' world to end this terrible warfare, showing how deeply he was affected by the bloodshed and how the horror of it fairly possessed him. Messrs. Fleetwood, Clement, Howe and Gates are all averse to making a pre liminary campaign for the Republcan nomination for governor. It is a strange situation for Vermont, but nevertheless somewhat satisfying inasmuch as it is likely to permit an untrammeled choice of a candidate. It may be rather hard for Barre gran ite to make itself famous in Milwaukee when the field is so thoroughly pre-empt ed, but the Barre delegates to the Re tail Monument Dealers' association con- rention may be depended upon to make a good start. It is safe to sav that the convention will be thoroughly impressed by the excellence of the Barre product, anyway. , This weather perhaps you can use a few extra shirts. Special $1.00 and $1.50 qual ity. All good and this season's styles, 85c Some special Neck wear taken from our regular 50c stock; 35c each, 3 for $1.00. See them in our win dow. New caps. New sweaters. New mackinaws the best line ever. W Clean, Press mi Repair Clothing F. H. Rogers & Co. A gunner of the navy has been locked Tip because he was one gun short in fir ing a salute to Secretary Josephus Dan iels. It seems to have been a verv se rious breach of etiquette, indeed. Rut land News. If bamboo furniture has a tendency to crack, rub it over with a polish made I of equal parts of spirits of turpentine and linseed oil, using a soft rag. A little vinegar placed in the rinsing water on washing day will prevent the hand from becoming rough and chapped. a . . To preserve the whiteness of artichokes add a lump of sugar to the water while cooking. (P. S. An excellent working defini tion of artichokes may be found in VVebster's New International Diction ary.) . . . Pack eggs with the pointed end down. In this position they have been kept for nine months successfully in a cool cellar. . Sandpaper is an inexpensive scouring material for burnt dishes, a rough stove or a stained floor. Dear Miss Syrup: Through your Colyura will you tell me where I may obtain a copy of "The Face I on the Bar Room Floor"? Also, a good recipe for washing marble! Home Keeper." (a) This is a woman's Colyum; anplv to Police Gazette. (b) Marble should be washed with am monia and water. Never use soap! If, when making boiled frosting, one Ihas cooked the sugar and water too Jong and it grains, a teaspoonful of butter added Will make it creamy and I smooth when beaten. i To pare the ice bill: Spread a wet towel over the top of the ice box, before the lid is closed. A more expensive way to get even with the ice man is to own your own ice plant. all are interested in a career which be- ean from lowiv surroundings ana was To put out a fire, sprinkle flour on the flames. (This hint was contributed brought through many vicissitudes and before the price of flour soared skyward.) harsh handicaps to a culmination as the Which ivminrla ua that the Vermont hoarl of the oreat Roman Catholic church. D" Mabel I " I f r.. i m o,o . ., w n. ..u, at. f fii,.. . Ml,.hw Mf "' " norriDie rrame over , .. . , . , . this dreadful war. How can I divert it? lor a nitie target practice oerore its an- sarto was one or stern seii-repressioni,, gngwer De everlastingly anore nuai press outing in miuana on Aug. -siena aonegation in lavor oi omers, 01 mated. and 29. We muBt not offend Secretary hard early experiences because of pov- "Wits End. TlaninL hv nmittlna fine single alvnL-4 .A f ruinimj oainnH nnlv after Seelt Surcease by following the for u. " . .ji ... .,. . r. , . ... . . - tunes of the Boston Braves, remember- such conditions it was natural, therefore. Wne gword he would like to. President that his administration of the Vatican ing always that the bat is mightier than Much as Wilson can scarcely keep the American should have been marked by strict ad Cheese should never be left in the ice people from thinking their own separate herence to the old-time church methods chest, as its strong odor permeates ev- ntttgrntammsmttta: watch this live drug stoke Progressive Pharmacy The success in any business or profession nowadays depends on progress. There is no standing still one must go forward or back ward. There should be a continuous advance in the practice of pharmacy. We make every effort to keep abreast of all advances, so that our customers may be insured the benefits of the best goods and the latest and most scientific service. ' The World's Best Toilet Pre parations Tell us what you want. We handle an assortment of Toilet Articles and Preparations that represents the world's best products. When any Lotion, Cream, Face Powder, Skin Food, or other toilet requisite is needed, come to us for it. If it is worthy you will find it here, as we make it a rule to stock such prepara tions as soon as they are placed on the mar ket. NyalFs Remedies A complete and full line in stock For Dependable Rubber Goods, See Us The Barre Drug Co. CORNER OP MAIN AND MERCHANT STREETS "THERE'S NO BETTER DRUG STORE JWE SAVE YOU II TO PER CENT. ON DRUG XEErtf rttttftiiiiliiHf thoughts about the war in Europe. Even ' he himself has his own ideas and his own sympathies, we dare say, although he ioes not parade them around in public. Therefore, what he intended to say in his recent communication to the people of the United States undoubtedly was and should have been dominated by a spirit of extreme rigor. He conducted his affairs with firm hand. His occu pancv of the position was not marked by any distinct changes, but under him the church maintained the even tenor of its ways and, in temporal affairs, such ery compartment. Keep it in a closed dish on the sideboard, wrapped in a damp napkin; otherwise it becomes dry and ony. . High bush blackberries are ripe. Tf mil twn VAlir flnf kfecnt'n. that they ought to be careful of what an administration as his would have been gman grape basket with a wire they say rather than of what they carry pronounced to in their minds be of the conservative type. Pius X. was neither a great cliurcn neaa nor a c une. hook and then place the hook over the clothes line, pushing it before you as yuu pin, it will save a lot of stooping. While the words of the piece may not appeal to ' all sections of the United States, there is no doubt that the tune of "Marching Through Georgia" makes about the most stirring inarching music that is played in the present day. So there is no wonder that the tune is ap propriated by soldiery in many coun tries, particularly in Great Brtiain, as noted in yesterday's despatches when a Highland regiment marched through the will not go about the state in an auto ttn.ii nf TnnHnn in th. f mobile ciiasinc alter a nomination. Civil war piece. The tune fairly makes MontPelier Ar"' one's feet fly. CURRENT COMMENT Gates Not Chasing the Nomination. Charles W. Gates would not refuse a nomination for governor if it were ten dered him. His ability has been demon strated and there is no doubt but that Elderberry wine is seasonable at this writing. . Teach the children to swim. Says the Janesville Oazette: When shutting up the house for a long time, pack the silver in dry flour and keep the knives, forks, and spoons together, mobile exhaust Biosphere. gases in the city at' My dear Miss Syrup: I have a bobby for fancy collars, but an unfortunate obesity in the region of the neck is the despair of every dealer who tries to fit me, What shall I do? Yours, "Double Chin." Consult any reliable harness maker. Evergreen hedges should be pruned now. Kill ehkkweed with sslt. When two glass tumblers stick to gether, put cold water in the inner one and set them in warm water; they will separate at once. he would make a good executive. But he arranging in layers with flour between. in pnver win reromn peripcuy ungnt and untarnished Classifies Clement. Pnrcivnl W. Clement's candidacy for inder other conditions Theodore N. the governorship in the Republican party vail might feel disposed to investigate seems to be gaining strength througti the -ause of the delay in sending his wife's cablegram from Europe, the delay being extended so long that Mrs. Vail reached her home in Lyndon Center only a few days after the receipt of a cable gram there announcing that she was safe in the mountains of Europe. War is no respecter of persons, even of the so called "wire king," who above all others might be expected to receive good serv ice. This case almost equalled that of the Barre man who telegraphed from Montreal that he would be home the next day and was home to receive his own telegram, which was delivered sev eral hours after his own arrival. There wss no war on, either. Apparently but little stock was placed in the clamor a short time ago to abol ish the office of attorney general in Ver mont, because two well known attorneys have announced themselves as candidates on the Republican ticket to succeed Ru fus E. Brown. They are R. W. Simond of St. Johnsbury, who has had about a vore of years' experience as a lawyer, some of the time being prosecuting at torney of Caledonia county, and H. CI. Barber of Brattleboro. who recently was a member of the Senate from Windham county. The office of attorney general i not at fault and should not be elim inated. It ran. and often doe very useful purpose. out the state, but his support comes larcclv from the reactionary and mi' chine part of his party. Mr. Clement Is now just where he belongs. He has nev er truly represented the people's interest, his platform places him squarely as the champion of the big interests and the railroad regime. This policy is in accord with the very ones who hold the control of the Republican party and it shows that there is to be a concentrated effort by the reactionaries to carry out their policies m future legislation. So man in crmont more truly represents these interests than Mr. Clement and the Ke- puclican party will do well to nominate by physicians to the prevalence of auto- t .1 111 1L.. I a man wno is in svmpainy wun mu MYRTIE! Dear Mabe: How should a maid of 31 summers receive the attentions of one who is still wearing the college numerals he won in 1912T "Myrtle." Plan a vacation, if you ran stay no more man a lew aays. A cloth wet with camphor wilL remove white spots from furniture. Keep the henhouse free from drafts. A notable increase in colds and sore throat in London has been attributed The Neutrality Appeal. In admirable good taste is the presi dent's address to his fellow countrymen, appealing to them to avoid anything in speech or action which is contradictory to the spirit of true neutrality. This is excellent advice. We hope it will be respected. The president is himself car rying the neutrality idea farther than had any of his predecessors in similar circumstances. We are as a nation in the forefront in those policies which dis courage b( lligerent operation. So far, so good. For another thing we are indebted to the president, and that is hia closing the moiitns of officers of the army and navv, regular and retired, in this great crisis. We should have been glad to hear their view. These would have illuminated the situation, but the inference from them, made by other countriea, would have been unmistakable. All things con sidered it is best that they and the read ing public should subordinate an imme diate interest for the larger general good. Boston Herald. WILLIAMSTOWN. Mrs. Laura L. Ainsworth and Miss Mary E. Waterman have gone for a trip west and will stop for the present at Michillinda, Mich., with H. A. Ainsworth. Archie R. Cram is employed by a com pany that are engaged in developing a large reserve water system not far from Syracuse, X. Y. He is Just now at work in the office of the company at Hinckley, . Y. Weather permitting, the band will give a concert at the stand next Satur day evening, begining at 8 o'clock. Fred D. Alger returned the 10th from a vUit to his parents in Underhill Center and hss gone to Chelsea for an indefinite stay. Rev. Albert Abbott, who has been spending his vacation at Scotstown, P. Q., arrived at home from his trip the Hector McLeod of Graniteville and Maggie Isabel Riddel of this town were married at 10 a. m. at the home of the bride's father, John Riddel, on Wednes day, Aug. 19, by Rey. John Irons. The couple left on the forenoon train for a trip to Littleton, X. H. They will live in Graniteville. George T. Colby was in Xorthfield the lfth to attend a meting of the direct ors of the Dog River Valley fair. Miss Emma Martin of Barre is at the home of Albert G. and Gertrude J. Mar tin for a brief stay. Lisle Burnham is in town for a few days visiting his father, Melvin E. Burnham. A son was born August 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Simons. Mrs. W. M. Fember of Rochester is visiting st Henry Griffin's. She will be remembered here ss Miss Jennie Fuller. Miss Dolly Wales of East Dedham, Mass., is visiting her father, Samuel Wales. views. Burlington Clipper. The Saving of Our Ships. New England, of all sections of the country, has the most to be thankful for in the defeat of the sinister effort to pervert the emergency shipping bill into a measure for the destruction of our coastwise trade, and the shipyards and the ships that are left to us. There was no shred of excuse for this. It would have defeated the ostensible pur pose of the original bill, for foreign built ships if admitted to the coast trade, and there would have been no more ves sels than there are now, for the export of our wheat and cotton. The deeiive repulse of this partisan sectional asau1t on American and par ticularly New England ship owning and ship building, is directly a great per sons! triumph for the Republican floor ader. Senator f.allingcr of New Hamp- l.irA u-ln tin. Ktn (.nnanifMimtftlv Hernt- serve !-" ' .... ' .... vfl I or ?A in i hp jniri mti n uinciiff in marin." Hid skillful manjrmntt hit J fmnK and forceful ppwrw. nd th con- j THE DEATH OF rorE TIUS X. fi-ne whuh ven hi ntnffonint had; Whtn something ha been lung ntirt- t . tn lh, Tirtory which psted. its consummation make far 1, he Republican senators have won a' impression than otherwise would have victory to mluch the saner Democratic i Keen ike nw Hen.-, t H-.H. f Pn- , enator were i enoujh to lend their' Pius X, lnng feared for bccaiie of fre quently recurring a(tlk of phviol i vote nd influence. I Of s'l our New Knpland senator. Hol ti uf New Hmp!iire was the only one weakne. doe not make u h starting not allietied in this fjht on the same impression to-dar as one mitht expert side. Senator .trhnon of Maine not only uch an important eent to do. T, ! voted seainst the detructive conference i world, in other or.!.. prepared for knowledge. It "ww.H have wrecked ' the hock of the death Yet the decease jnne of the great industries of hi state. ; rf th beal of the Catholic church it in'on the eve of the September election.! it-lf a matter .f ler-rea. hmg impor-1 Nw England .hip owner. buUder and . . ,, ' seamen are " safe in their trade for t.fK-e. a it d.mtiy concern Mt.or,.r f A4 hw, ow an4 snillicn. of rwrle in te ntim. an fru. cretive movement to re while indirectly all t otHr people, of ! to enir rrxrr' set marine in overee the ov,hrd world are tA a certain et-"mw". of the imrrt:ve ned f : tert attract hr the evr,t. d.rntratiot. I m t e eonrM of t: gret Eurreasi Aad, fctir dject 'y DoeTBei r eot, wtr FoMoa HeraldL Special Sale Friday and Saturday On Friday Morning of this Week We Place on Sale 300 Pounds of Toasted Molasses Marshmallows Something entirely new. Each one contains that taste which is so pleasing, or in other words, they taste like "more". Regular price 20c per "I pound, but during this sale, only - - 1t Cummings & Lewis, Druggists. ee the fa Goons At Vaughan's New Goods by Express from Our Visit in Boston this week. Most of these goods are imported, and the values here, as well as the goods, will be hard to nnd. We ask you to see them. New Lace Goods, New Neckwear, Lace Collars, Lace Collar and Cuff Sets, Gloves, Embroidered Or gandie Sets. These are all imported goods. New Linens at the Old Price. These goods are worth 20 per cent, more than we are selling them for. , New Shopping Bags See These are the greatest values ever offered them in our window. New Variety Cases 25c, 50c, 75c Latest Neckwear at 25c, 50c Great value in Lace Sets at 50c Dresses and Waists $1.25 and $1.50 Colored Waists now 98c $2.25 and $2.98 Waists, slightly soiled $1.49 All our Wash Dresses to close at 98c, $1.25 and $1.50 $1.25 Organdie Waists at $1.00 Corset Special All odd and discontinued numbers in Corsets that sold at $1.00 and $1.50 will be closed this week at, per pair .- 89c See that special Corset at. per pair 50c LAST CALL ON SUMMER GOODS 1 2 1 -2c Best Percales 1 0cyd These Percales were bought from dress manufac turers going out of business at a loss to. them. 15c Fierured Muslins and Crepe, per vard ... 10c 25c Quaker Crash for skirts, per yard 15c 25c lot pretty Wash Goods, now, per yard ....... 15c 50c lot pretty Silks, now, per yard 25c and 29c Specials Every Day at This Store OUR ANNUAL SALE BEGINS TO-DAY of Bed Spreads, Pillow Slips, Sheets, Pillow Shams, Scarfs and Towels. DON'T MISS THIS SALE THIS WEEK This store is headquartirs for NAPANEE KITCHEN CABINET We have the exclusive sale of Napanee Kitchen Cabinets in this town. We con sider them the best value in Kitchen Cabinets offered to-day and think ourselves fortunate in securing their exclusive sale for this store. They embody many original and practical feature, but th biggt point in their faror ia their aturdy con atruction splendid workmanship, neat finish and all around substantiality. They are made like fine furniture. Then they have such advanced feature as the roll curtain adjustable flour bin, plast sugar bin ventilated cupboard, metal cake box, separata chopping block removable utensil shelf and non-warping table top. Come in and let us show you a Napanee A little down and only $1.00 per week will put one in j'our home, or we can give you a 10 per cent dis count for cash. A. W. BADGER & COMPANY Furnuhinr Undertaken and Emlialier THE BEST Or AMBULANCE SERVICE TELEPHONE 447-11 Men's Work Shoes Special Values at $2.00 While They Last If you are looking for a good Work Shoe for that money, do not let this chance by. They won't last long at the price. SEE OUR WINDOW. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop Barre, Vermont 170 N. Main St.