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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 10U'.
BARRE DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER J, TIMES 1913. Entered lit th? Pontoffloo t Bairs M Second , Clou Mull Mutur rublUhed Every Wek-Dy AfUrnoon On yer SUBSCRIPTION KATES ,loo month 2S cent. One Single copr. 1 cent FRANK E. LANGLEY. Publi.her Tln're is considerublu Binoke in Europe at the preni'iit time, but us jot tliero is nn niniMM-iiiL' evidence tliut it comes " 0 from the pipe of peace. , Serbia's "urmy of 250,000 women" baa dwindled to a regiment of 1,000 girls not decimated in battle, but merely mangled in the telegraph dispatches. The 31st child and the Kith son has just been born to President Yuan Shi Kai of China. If deposed from his pres ent position, Yuan can have an empire all his own. Burlington voters took delight in swatting the new city charter just as the voters of New York state were nleased to smother the proposed new constitution. In each case a great deal of labor thus was lost. Massachusetts couldn't get along with out electing a Vermonter; this time it "was Calvin Coolidge as lieutenant-governor. The little town of riymouth, Vt., thus may take to itself all the pride it can in having one of its sons raised to such honor. So realistic wag a surgery film in a Kutland "movie" show that a young man spectator fainted. That's right; bring on all the bloody, gruesome pictures to be imacined. Thev will constitute a fine training for the young people in these bloody days of attempted annihila tion of the human race. i Those papers which are commenting on football as being a lost art at the Uni versity of Vermont are mistaken it nev er was. St. Albans Messenger. Aren't you a little rough on the state university, neiL'hbor? We recall the time (not so very long ago, either) when the University of Vermont used to hold Dartmouth to a scoreless tie in mid season. There is no doubt, however, ..that football is having its ."downs" there at the proHent time in the most decisive manner. But if the boys keep at it per sistently and intelligently, the "ups" will be sure to come. The action of the Greek legislative as sembly in refusing a vote of confidence to the Zaimis government indicates quite clearly that the trend of sentiment in Greece ig in favor of Serbia and the pow ers which are striving to protect her from complete subjugation. It indicates that sentiment because former Premier Vene- aelog, who led the opioRition to the Zai mis vote of confidence, ha been out spoken in his support of the cause of the entente powers. The successor to Zai mis, therefore, is likely to be a man who believes not implicitly in "armed neutrality." If a crowd of sensation-seekers flock to the boundary line between Mexico and the United States, in orler to witness the bntth-a between the Cumin. anil Villa factions, they run their own risk of incurring injury and, perhaps, of re ceiving death wound. They have no business to be there. With the fmlJiers of the United States who are stationed there it i a different matter, for they are especially designated to preserve the neutrality of the United Mutes and t prevent the belligerents from going onto American territory in the prnnerution of their war maneuver. There will be little or no sympathy for those of the! former class who are wounded when they purposely go out of thrir way to wit tiest the batt!s and who run into danger voluntanlr. THE WHITIXTC SITUATION'. Brstid Wliithxk, t!i American tnini-ter to Pelgium. not to Germany, 1 per formed hi duti-s o w!l that it would be a dirtinrt loss to the diplomatic eerv W if illnes should prevent him from re- There a Manly Dignity in a STADIUM $15 Suit which immediately stamps you as a better dressed than other young men. All of the numberless original patterns are of . the finest, purest, guar anteed woolens. 'The styles embody the very latest offerings of expert metropolitan de signers. Particular attention is paid to the finish of even the slightest detail. These beautiful fabrcis, especially designed for young men, await your inspection in this store. Let us show you a few of them now. SPECIAL Men's Fleece - Lined Union Suits, the $L00 grade, 83c, for ten days only. F. H. Rogers & Co. We Clean, Pros, sad Repaix Clothing one hour after the first edition, depending a good deal on the fluctuating current of news each duy. Under normal conditions the paper will be on the street at 3 o'clock. Tho Times takes this opportu nity to commend correspondents for their promptness in turning in their news dis patches and assures them that such promptness greatly facilitates the work of getting out tho newspaper each day. CURRENT 'COMMENT Suffrage Defeat and Victory. The surprise of the later returns on the woman suffrage amendments is the very material reduction in tho adverse ma jority in Pennsylvania to something less than 00,000. Opponents of the sullrnge cause will view the fact with amaze ment, but Allegheny county, including the great industrial city of Pittsbunr, and several other counties of largo in dustrial population indorsed votes for women, while in Philadelphia even the adverse majority turns out to have been only 41,000. The outstanding facts of salient impor tance are that some 300,000 men voted for woman suffrage in Pennsylvania and some 500,000 m Isew York state. Fully a million men spuported the cause in the tour states of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. The to tal adverse majority was sufficiently de cisive for the time being, yet the moral effect of those million votes by men in favor of the political equality of women s bound in no long time to turn the scale the other way. A nearer approach to unity among women themselves on the question would quickly bring into line enough men voters to end the struggle, j As things are, the great eastern states of Pennsylvania, New York and New! 1.11 I I TSL 1 I I Absolutely Pure Ma tie from Cream of Tartar No Alum No Phosphate Big Hens Lay More Eggs? "The result of an experiment I con ducted showed that big hens lay more eggs than smaller ones," writes John L. Woodbury in the current issue of Farm and Fireside, the national farm paper published in fipringtield, O. This excerpt tells about the egg-laying contest: "The respective egg production of three intended using many of them for breed- iug knd had not previously fed them to j force egg production. .Several of the Leghorns in pen three did not lay an egg during the entire period. The total yield of tliia pen was 225, or slightly, over 14, eggs per hen. I "The weight of the fowls in none of ; the pens was heavy for the breed. The average weight of the Leghorn pullets was not far from three and one-half pounds, the cockerel weighing four pounds Jersey are left as very debatable ground 311 ,av. was for tho 17 (V.l.m.l.hm Wvn by the referendum this year. Some con-,dottea a total of 306 eces, or an aver- age of 18 to each henj for the 18 Brown leghorn pullets a total of 333 eggs, or an average of 18'j per head. The Leg horn old hens did not do so well, aa I pens included in my experiment for the; and five ounces. The Leghorn old hens averaged three and three-quarters entration of effort in that territory could be made with hope of final success within a decade. If cither Pennsylvania or New York were once carried for wom an suffrage, the entire opposition in the Kast would rapidly crumble away. Springfield Republican. poilnds, the cock going slightly over five pounds. The Wyandotte females aver aged about five and one-fourth pounds and the cock weighed eight pounds, two ounces." Voting Machines Make Good. Remaining doubts as to the wisdom of j adopting voting machines throughout the ', state, and especially in New York City, j should be reduced to a minimum by the 1 result of the two tests made Tuesday : on the upper west side. In both eases' the vote had been counted and tallied within twenty minutes after the polls closed at 5 o'clock. j The rapidity with which a vote can be east also was strikinsrlv demonstrated. It took one man just Tve seconds to cast' a straight ballot. Another man, who split his ticket as many ways as he could. required twenty-seven seconds. He would probably have consumed at least five minutes In the operation by the old method. The machines worked without a hitch.' The manufacturers believe that thev are fool, fraud, and error proof." and, judg ing by the tests the two machines under went Tuesday, these claims are justified. Apart from making fraud at elections difficult, if not impossible, they would materially cut down the cost of an elec tion. This saving has been estimated at as high as $000,000 in New York. In addition to the thousands of dol lars it costs to print the ballots the num ber of election districts could be cut, therebv further reducing costs. New Vork Glob. JIXGLES JXD JESTS Nothing Lost. Ifobson My wife never wastes any thing. Iobson NoT Hobson No, if it's edible it goes into the hash; and if it isn't, it will do to trim a hat. Judge. I Cigars Free at The Red Cross Pharmacy Every gentleman making a purchase at our store will be given a "RED DOT" CIGAR FREE 4 7-20-4 Cigars for 25c Candy Specials Maxixe Cherries 39c box 60c Marian Chocolates 39c box Entertain Your 'Family AT HOME WITH A COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA $15.00 5300.00 Followed the Sign. An elderly farmer drove into town one day and hitched his team to a telegraph post. "Here, ncUimeJ burly policeman, you can't hitch there" ""Can't hitch!' shouted the irate farm er. "Well, why have you that sitn up. Fine for hitching'?" for Green Shopper. I would like a plug ef tobacco my husband. Yet m. Vl.at kind? I hrdly know. W'htt flavors Lave you 1" Louisville Courier Journal. Safe. Nurse Tommy, it is naughty to tlay " ' " " " soldier on Sunday. tion from Vsliim;tm and doubly rea- Tommy Oh, this i all rijrht. It's the surma; that, so far as the government atjatk.si Army."-.hicag, News. Washington knows, the temporary re linquishing of his duties ia Pelgium by Mr. Whitlwk is Tly from his oi initiative snd las riot the Impetus of a request for rwall by the trrmaa govera- iw-rit, which tni(tht have taken umbrage .urrnnp is om s representative ol ,t U)f .rtivitif, f Mr. Wb.tlok In I the fnited State smong the lie'g . j u,f f ylifVlfh Ho was re jrnif tr. ii n ien anna a in WiM.ing Old Fashioned. "What sort of an orator is lie!" "Merely one of the old fashioned kind. Simply pounds the rostrum. No flip flop or contortions of sry sort, Titts tnirg I'ust. Ian Sif fTJ rill 1 11 A tr- Mi Marguerite Rrerhi of 3 I.iWty i street, who for the rst sic wLi V. ' . i-ntcA in fU-lLrinm recently for Iter work h n ;l ;), v-t.ti;,4 f. . i. .11. . i. ton for some time that the stste f l,is if wn,Jf f t)), ...u'trf the mf-rite, shout the bouse. Wth ss not of the l-t and. in fsH ' UT,il,V U ,n,in Lome n Annual Sale and H.iken rie simper t be hsl W given fc,,, f .Wr,., sm,;,. jT,. iuftnrnMj. th ,H, M. I1". Wr.tmr..l ,lrrh foe. lay snd time prir to the otit.Topt.insr of t ie f a , sliiM. Mr. tiitUk coming liorrte on ';his own dwisWm, inrtinrifH ty the advice ' ! of l.ia t.litu iim Most of the rreat ell inrit. in hi.h the Air-Ties, min-j Amwir. pnWlf Ml t(,.t a return Iter rlrl irrporur.t part in the in-'f ,IPt!b .,,: . ,w llm, ir, , roTnmon inmiitr, a,t t- Vm u rH,irt( tn h.r,m aBj to t.U p the d.-Tlure .f (m.r frhsps. It , mntk rU ,ino Columbia Records 65c $1.00 Russell's, the Red Cross Pharmacy Wednesday, Not. snd 1. ad. usssaspoxtvanrassan r M r-mr;rtf to jin urh informs- I "" 1 " ,m 1,1 1 i,i""t t.e f. .cw tat e of tl y t.'t t entrsl jmrr in tl-st eTy mlt of ti-e war. it "Crvmb!e-prtxr thrre arc fix mnrr in r cilttir.jr t morroir, Tle Times r-'ii!e it r-F':lsr .filrr .!,)'. ' f'iil.lM atioii tm StisrUy '"t'-ri't t tini of g'"r.r to -r r -ng t'i as b n "t imt k day s't'Tnm. AH ,r,-jn i-i t ia th m sed fvns A rnvir,t sr tw-& Xn lir tl nt rr,;pl snl tn fi in t ir tm the -atuf.is f-?wHj i't as t!t wmi'i 4l?Tff f t'f ll 3y. H"S-Tlt, r i?t i m t tis !.. U- ' fvd a j' t rsrr ' fr t s nr-"fif"-W't f ' ii i l.e frad 1st t I h1" ' i f r'r-"'")-. 7H ft '. ! -n) f : ff t .- t j I.- .r t. "- '; f e''..-t t'-" th)-g '.-t t' "'-a. of t t 2 ' i . V. . t 'J fl'M -T.-" If t!t e ' 1 V k. TV i. - t,t 1 - Hi ' t -i t - Har our larre aortmerii f Victor Hrrord' liar $100 ictrnla on eay pajmtnt. Candy Sale Friday and Saturday 40c Box of Chocolates for 29c Thee Chocolates were packed fpechl for us by W. D. Qmmby Candy Co. for this m!c. The chocolate coatin is made from the he54 choco late obtainable; each piece of chocolate is hand dipped. A delicious assortment of nut and cream centers, just the proper thin for Sunday af ternoon snd evening. Good enough for anybody at any time, at fli 7 Villains Here for Saturday Just returned from Boston with lots of new things. Come in and see the pretty Silk Waists, new Neck wear, new Gloves, Novelties that you are looking for. SPECIAL VALUES FOR SATURDAY LADIES' COATS, CHILDREN'S COATS WINTER UNDERWEAR Children's Underwear, ,25c wp Children's Wool Vests and Pants 30c, 35c up Ladies' Heavy Union Suit, special for 50c $1.00 Union Suit for.. 79c SALE BLANKETS Crib Blankets, per pair.. 23c $1.00 Blankets for . .89c $1.25 Blankets for . $1.00 $1.39 Blankets for 1.19 $1.50 Blankets for 1.39 Lot of $1.75 and $2.00 Blankets for .$1.49 SALE GLOVES Gray, Tan and Black Pique $1.25 and $1.50 Kid Gloves for .......98c Don't miss this bargain. SALE NECKWEAR 25c Neckwear for ...... . 15c Bargains in Lace Neckwear, new Plaids, new Collars, new Yokes. 39c and 50c Neckwear for 25c $3.00 SILK WAISTS in Stripes, Plaids, Black and White All the new things for. . ....... ...$1.98 and $2.25 Special Silk Waist for. .$1.25 Sale Children's Coats for $1.98, $2.25, $2.50, $2.98, $3.50 up Sale Ladies' Coats. $5.50, $7.50, $8.75, $12.00 up $15.00 Ladies' Coats Saturday for . . .$10.00 and $12.50 Mr. Postman, Policeman, Motorman or anyone needing a medium heavy, serviceable Shoe We have a new one and it is just what you want. Made with two full viscolized soles, with elk sole between, heavy calf top, heavy duck lining, and me dium full toe. We would like to show you these Shoes, as we know they are what you are looking for. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shnn 170 No. Main St. SS AM. ' Barre, Vermont op Andes Stoves and Ranges For Wood, Coal, or Gas Stove Pipe. Dampers, and Elbows, Stove Boards. Wringers, Wash Boilers and Tubs, Copper Teakettles, and Teapots. Oil Heaters for sale or rent. E. A. PRIXDLE & CO. Thone 593-1 Buzrell Block, Pearl Street, Barre, Vt The Enalandcr WIT-EDGE SPRING THE ONLY SPRING MADE WITH SIDE GUAItDS Cannot Sag Are yon Hiti$f;ed with the spring on your bd? l) tur maitre. slip or lo.e its trim, neat evife fr lidirr or flipping? You can assure your.flf sgain.t thee troubles ty equip ping your bed ith The Knclandrr Ui ua t-hfrw ovr I15.f1 VktrcJIa Cummings& Lewis 51 N. Miiin St., Harrc Ytm ran hrsr the t"e1 Ttits in th r1d m a Virfrra SANITARY STRONC SKiHTLY WIT-EDGE SPRING ff . I '-? ah CANNOT SAG r.rARANTEEI) for renif-r)CT. T.'i tv.rf t.nl djrfc! '.i.tr. patrntH trrrt fide r !fc-e to th f train and c&r nhkh ordinary sjrir.c ca.r.n-4 tTfi't. Tl e r.r r'&-. 5' r V, ,t re crrSri in the rjct it f ' -13 tritly kc.jv. J.Je to f.t LET f.S SHOW YOU A. VV. Badflcr & Co. IMltlilit rH!li, Till'-" SSt-lt s t t-.g rrtm r-S