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THE BAHHE DAILY TIMES, BAWIE, VT., FJIIDAV, SEPTEMBER 21, 1913.
BARRE DAILY TIMES FRIDAY, SEPTEMBBER 24, 1913. EnUred t the PoetnWce t Hurra w Second CUtui MkII Matter FuMUhed Every WeeW-Day Afternoon One year. SUBSCRIPTION RATES .13.00 One month 26 cent. Single eoiy ceIU FRANK E. LANGLEV. PublUher It i up to Germany to prove her sen-ct'rity. Harry Thaw' remarks on learning of the dectb of Dr. Austin ' Flint are not recorded; and perhaps it is just as well. The death of a man injured near Brat tle'boro this week is now aserihcd to the disease called speeditis, an ailment pe culiar to those who follow the gasoline trail. The Vermonter, Calvin Coolidge, fared i better than the Vermonter, Eugeno N.j Fogs, in the Massachusetts primaries.' Butthen, Coolidge has not been a po litical jumping;-jack. We hope, with the New York Sun, that President Wilson has no serious intention of commissioning William J. Bryan as a peace delegate to go to Europe in an effort to settle the war. Even to counte nance such an expedition would place the United States in a ridiculous light. Although a persistent sliouter for peace, Bryan is not the man to send on such a delicate mission. T0T Bra nF - Jf s The uncertainty of the war operations in Russia is illustrated by the front page of a daily contemporary which says in one story that the German ring about the retreating Russians is growing tight er and in another story tlmt the Rtis- ' sians will escape from that game German ring. As a matter of fact, a good deal of the war news' concerning Russia is at , the present time mere speculation on the part of so-called military experts. This newspaper man Archibald would i have been an easy proposition for the village false information giver were Archibald a reporter in the village. Ife would be so credulous that he would ac cept anything that had the earmarks of news without taking the trouble to look into the accuracy of the " items. We presume he would have accepted a dyna-. mite bomb for baggage without display ing the least curiosity to know what he had. The delay of the United states gov ernment in seeking "safe conduct" across : the Atlantic ocean for Dr. Theodor Dura ba, recently ambassador at Washington, is perhaps due to an effort to bring the 'Austrian government to time regarding the perfectly reasonable request for the withdrawal of Dumbo, from the Austrian embassy. The information has been as certained that the note from the United State govivnment concerning Dumba was delivered on Sept. 10; but no form al response bat come from Vienna, al though 14 days have elapsed since the note was known to have been received by the government in that city. Indeed, the Austrian government styins to have overlooked the demands of courteous diplomatic relations between two nations which are at peace with each other. There is a bare possibility, however, that Yes, We've Opened Up J Now is the time for you to see all the fall merchandise in its prime. All the new models and styles have come in now you come in certainly you will find an interesting show. : J Everything in men's and boys' wear. 1 Here are American made woolens that are eye-openers to men who have been buying so-called imported fabrics. I Tartan colors in Glen-urquart plaids. , Bright mixtures not loud but cheerful. t Grey effects with red and green. J For young men special patterns that are nether quiet or unobtrusive. IJ Prices, $10 up. . II Don't forget our Mackinaws and Sweaters, they are just what you need this weather. The best line we ever had, and that is saying a great deal. If Also a new lot of Hats. F. H. Rogers & Co. the seeming discourtesy is due to the uncertain means of communication be i.n the two countries, which makes the transmission of messages very slow. That ia a charitable way to look at Austria's apparent lapse from interna tional courtesy. THE NEW GERMAN CONCESSION'S. The tardy response of the German gov ernment to the note of the United State concerning tne sinking ot me rrjc steamer, together with the declaration of principle in general concerning sub marine surveillance of the ocean high ways, I about all that the United States could reasonably expect from one of the belligerent nations which previously had. cone o far in violating the international. rules of conduct In time of warfare. In deed, the concessions go a very long way. By them, Germany givea hr promise that steamers of the United State will not be destroyed In any event until the usual form of address ha been made by the German war vessel; that is, the American vessel will be warned to sub mit to inspection and if the vessel is found to be carrying arm and ammuni tion contraband of war it will not be Peanut Butter Made Here Aberdeen Sausage Special for Friday and Saturday 2 pounds for 25c WESTERN REEF. NATIVE PIG PORK, VEAL AND LAMB LIVE AND DRESSED CHICKENS Sweet Potatoes 10 pounds for 25c ' Full Line of Staple and Fancy GROCERIES FRESH FISH OYSTERS Special Team for 'Phone Orders ONLY CM ON CLERKS Watch Announcement for Our RAKER V Opening ncMEMr.cn. voc can ordcr coal coke, CHARCOAL AND WOOD destroyed until opportunity ha been giv en to those on board to depart, while in case of conditional contraband being on board, the vessel will be allowed to con tinue it voyage if the overhauling ves sel ia not able to take the seized steam er Into one of its own port's. Moreover, the assessment for damage in the Frye case is to be left to two experts, one German and the other American. These concessions, of course, have no connec tion with the grave question of the right of American people aafely to travel on British liners, but they are quite to the point a regard the matter in hand; and the new spirit displayed by Germany arouses hope that the Berlin government will take an attitude on the matter of safety of travel on British ship which will be more nearly after the desire of the United State government. ' Incidentally, the German reply quietly eliminate Ambassador Von Bernstorff from very Important negotiations likely to be forthcoming by suggesting that the negotiations be conducted between the Oerraan foreign officer at Berlin and the American ambassador at Berlin "in view of the dimVultie in the way of Instruct ing the imperial ambassador at Washing ton." There may or may not be aiptiifl cane in that suggestion of the Berlin government. Anyway, the suggestion ought to be well received by the United States, TALK OF THE TOWN fee the jfylish stout coat at Ab- bott's. Crib blankets Saturday 23c pair at Vaughan's. Mrs. (icorge Cooper went to Williams town this morning for a week-end visit with relative. Boys who call at the Teople' Shoe Store Saturday morniticr between 8 and 0 o'clock will be given a "Buster Brown" mask free. Adv, Itegulur meeting of Central Jjibor un ion of Barre and vicinity will be held in carpenters' hull Friday evening, Sept. 24, at 7:J0. b, L,. tardi, secretary. Alexander Wilox accompanied his wife sna two cniiuren to kpw 10m yester day and will return to Barre a soon as they have sailed for their former home in Scotland. Jlrs. Wtlox ana children expect to take passage on the Tuscania to-morrow. The Mercer house on the Montpelier road is beautiful inside, and the location is an ideal one for a residence just out of town. The place is for sale with enougli laud for a nice garden. Call up M. A, Hoadley, Montpelier, and ask for price and terms, t'hone 149-M. Mrs. B. N. Cutts, the dressmaker, wishes to announce to the public that after the first of October, instead of sew ing out by the day, she will do the work at her home, 44 Academy street. She hope to retain all her old customers and to gain many new ones. Adv. Twenty-one employes of the Homer ritts Htore gathered in the pasture at the Waterman farm on upper Washing ton street last evening for their annual corn roast. Better weather could not hare been made to order and with an abundance of the essentials that go to make up a corn roast, the clerk spent a most enjoyable evening. As might have been expected, corn was the piece de resistance and there were rnarshmal' low and othr dainties. Around a huge bonfire the latter part of the evening was passed in telling stones and playing game. Night prowlers of the type whose de predations invariably lead them to a garden plot or a chicken roost are get ting in their season work with the ar rival of ripening time and within the past few days police headquarters has received a number of complaints from people who have lost the choicest of their poultry or garden stuff. In one notable instance a garden, the owner of which ftad taken unusual pride in the quality of its produce, was denuded of nearly everything of value. In this particular instance there is little doubt as to the identity of the thief, and there may be a sequel to the raid, but oftener than not small gardeners are not only bereft of their vegetables, but have to confess to the police that they cannot offer a single clue that might lead to the appre hension of the thieves. IP mm PEACHES, PEACHES A FRESH CARLOAD THl'RSDAT Or EM3ERTA YELLOW FREESTONES EX TRA FANCY AND GOOD QUALITY. Prices Low 'ears II FOR lit. VP TO le DOZEN Grapes MALAGA CRAPES le lb TOKAY CRAPES t lb, fer IS CONCORD ine DELAWARE CRAPES I reasonable price Melons FOl'R FOR lie THREE FOR ISc Rananas Itc PER DOZEN TO lie PER DOZEN REMEMBER. THIS IS THE LAST CALL ON PEACHES. LEAVE YOt'R ORDER EARLY FOR QUICK DELIVERY. United Fruit Store CEORGE MA MATTY. Proprietor TEL. J4 Saturday Morning, Sept 25 AH Goods in the Store Reduced Now is the time to buy your Fall and Winter Garments, Winter Underwear, Corsets, Rain coats, Sweaters, House Dresses, Blankets, Flannelette Goods, Waists, Dress Goods. New LaVogue Coats All prices from . . . ..$7.50 to $25.00 Sale special $10.00 Coat for . 7.50 Sale special $12.00 Coat for . 8.75 Now for Fall Business New Separate Skirts at. . . .... .$1.98, $2.25, $2.98, $3.98 up Black Petticoats, special, ea. ....50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.19, $1.25 Ladies' and Children's Under wear. On Saturday, 10c Colored Out ing Flannel for, per yard. . . 7c Children's School Dresses. . . . 50c, 75c, 98c Just received, Children's . Wool Dresses, 6 to 14 years, at $1.25, $1.69, $1.98, $2.25, $2.98, $3.50 TALK OF THE TOWN Hoagknit sweaters st Abbott's. Irge line of whit waist st Ab bott'. The banquet committw of the Meadow Brook Golf club met U-t evening and liisotiKSPd plan for the. annual get-to-gtther of th club, which is to be held om-tinip within the near future. Each rear at the close of the jrolf eaon, the Slfadow Brook members foregather in Clan Itordon hall for a dinner and post prandial exercise. As has been the cus tom for years, the forthcoming banquet will be made the occasion for awarding the several trophic offered at the be ginning of the season. IB unquiet Jeamice Toilet Preparations We Have Bed Room Furniture with all the features desired by the most particular buyers Chamber Suites from $24.00 to $S5.00 Princess Dressers in Oak, Mahogany, Circassian Walnut and Brick Mahog any, from $13.00 to $15.00 Chiffoniers to match from. . . .$6.00 to $10.00 AGENTS FOR "IDEAL SPRINGS" AND CROWN SILK FLOSS MATTRESSES Made in America's Largest Perfume Laboratory Toilet Water.... $L23 Talcum Powder. . .50c Vanity Box 50c Complexion Powd. 75c Perfume $1.25 Soap, cake 35c Granite City General Store 1-15 Granite St Telephone 151 ( Symphony Lawn for her polite correspondence Box Paper Seven Tints, Gold Edes 40c 75c Correspondence Cards Tinted, Gold-Eded 40c 65c SPECIAL Cascade Linen Paper 4S sheets paper, 48 envelopes 2Dc Saturday SEE OUR LINE OF INITIAL STATIONERY RusselFs, The Red Cross Pharmacy A. W. Badger & Co. IXDERTAfc-ERS IMBALMERS TELEPRONK 447-11 rtl BEST AMBULANCE SERVICE IS THE CITT Walk-Over Boots For Fall You will find displayed in our fhow windows those f tyles that experience has taught us will be mostly favored by critical judges of f hoe fash ions. If you have a particular style or last in mind, or if you are unusually hard to fit, then you'll find this a miphty ?ati.factory boot shop, as we have ju5t the hape and size you feet require. Id! Vt!i Rogers1 Walk-Over Boot Shop f rr, Trmwt ;: n. 5t. n v i i ' i .... i i .i I.- mi .Li ."