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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920.
5 i 1 HOO the Kitchen Cabinet that 6avet miles of steps a, HOOSIER. JtXo Extra Gosf Large, uncluttered work space HOOSIER'S work-space is the roomiest made and no feature is more essential to conven ience. Here falls 90 per cent of your work. And any but Hoosier's scientific arrangement would be a serious handicap and constant annoyance. This is another vital requisite that makes Hoosier , first choice. Visit our Hoosier display and see how time and toil can be saved. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE City rtU tune M home-driven ambuUnef ; distaitc ctlii at reasonable Urmi. N. D. Phelps Co. Inc. Empire Shoes CORD AND FABRIC We are well stocked with them , and also with EMPIRE RED TUBES. Our Prices are Right Inquire of us before you buy or you'll be disappointed. Phone 29 Barre. Vt. The Guarantee of Excellence G-E Motors are built right they stay right because they are de signed by experts and built by skilled workmen with unsurpassed tool equipment. The name plate insures the reliability of G-E motors. Neither we nor the Gen eral Electric Company can afford to have a dissatisfied customer. How about your present requirements? Barre Electric Company "For your Electrical Wants' Tel. 98 Today's Good Values! j Rvzon Bakin? Powder 35c Tryphosa, per package 10c, 3 for 23c j My-T-Fine, per package , 13c I Everyday Milk, per can 13c Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, per pkg ISc Tcco Pancake Flour, per pkg 12c Buckwheat Hour, per package 28c mm mm. liuckwheat in duik, per lo 10c (.olden Ace Macaroni, per package 10c Warner's Macaroni, per package 10c Warner's Spaghetti, per package 10c Navy Brand Spaghetti, per package 13c TALK OF THE TOWN V. H. B. Terry ofj Waterburjr was in the city to-day.- e Charles Lincoln of Hardvdek 1 in the eitv for a few davs. Wonderful bargains in soaps at the Hexall lo sale. adv. To-nk'ht's the nicrht. The ladies' truild dance, Howland hall. adv. All kinds of saws filed, circular saws a specialty. C. A. Churchill, 35 Aler chant street. A real time for the public at the Eastern Star ball. Howland hall, on Thursday evening. adv. Special meeting of Kuth chapter, No. 33, O. E. 8., for work on Wednesday evening, April 7, at 7:30 o clock. Special electric car will leave ahead ot regular at 7:30 for bouts at Alont pelier annorv Thursday night. adv. Smart plaid skirts, accordion plaited skirts and skirts with tup strictly tailored lines. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Regular meeting of Bright Star Re bekah lodge Wednesday evening at 8 o clock. There will bo work and re freshments. Miss Florence Canton, who passed the Kaster vacation at her home on Maple avenue, has returned to college in Burlington. Mrs. Charles Hendry and daughter of Williamstown and Airs. Henry WasU bum of Washington visited relatives in Plainfield over Sunday. The item in Monday's issue of The Times, which told of the departure of Alex Mutch to Paterson, N. J., should have read Robert Mutch. Lome Smith and Walter Hitchcock of the Morse block,, who passed the Easter holidays at their home in Hard wick, have returned to this city. Money deposited on savings accounts in the Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co. on or before Monday, April 12, will draw interest from April 1. adv. Llowellyn Knight of Pawhuaka, Okla.j formerly of this e.My, is renewing ac quaintances in Barre and Oraniteville, having reached this city yesterday afternoon. Maurice Watkins, manager of the Cook & Watkins firm, has gone to the Boston office to confer with other offi cials of the organization on business matters. . ,lark Corrigan of 6 Spaulding street, who has been confined to his home dur ing the past two weeks with influenza, was able to be out for the first time yesterday. A regular meeting of Barre council, No. 401, Knights of Coiumbs, will be held Wednesday evening. The first degree will be conferred on a- class of candidates. Miss Marion Willey returned last evening to Middlcbury college, having passed a Mimber of days with her mother, Mrs. George Gorman, of 11 Beacon street. Major H. Nelson .Taeksnn of Burling ton was in town yeerday on business connected with the E. L. Smith A Co. granite firm, with which he is affiliated, and to attend the meeting of the Quar ry Owners' association. Mr. and Mrs. Warren L Trace, who have been passing a week in Barre, returned yesterday t their home in Zanesville, O. Mr. Trace is a -middle west ret1"pntative of the Littlejohu, Odger A Milne pranrt firm of this city. Word received from Luke Gallagher, a patient of the Massachusetts General hospital for the past few weeks, hav ing submitted to an operation to his hands, carries ithe tidings that he is re covering quite satisfactorily, though he expects to be in the hospital about two weeks longer. Get your oldest and your best rig for the Eastern Star annual ball, Howland hall. Thursday evening. Go after those cash pri7.es. The judges promise to be impartial, even though your rig does bring down the house. Dancing 8 till I l. Light refreshments free, l.snun orchestra. Public invited. -adv. Wallace G. Goodwin of Monbpelier has been appointed director In Wash ington county of the campaign in which Baptists throughout the north and west seek to ra.Ue $100,000,000 be tween April 25 and May 2. He is or ganiting local churches much the same as communities were organir.ed during the great war work drives. A party of stonecutters, eight Span iard, left the city last night for dif ferent points, where they have secured employment. They were: Mafias rr aya, Antonio Sancibrian, EI. Cubano, I)on Perogo, going to New Yorkt liai mundo Fernandez, Tublio Chispas and Regino Raisine going to Waterbury, Conn., and Charles Cabello, who will locate in Boton. The lat ladies" night of the season will be held Friday evening, April ft, at the Vincitia club. The committees iin charge have made arrangements for a short muk'al program which will conclude at 9 o'clock, and from then until 12 o'clock will be card playing and dancing. Lum-h will be served. All members of the club with lady friends are aked to attend. Mrs. S. N. Parker has been appoint ed by the Woman's club chairman to tret books for the bovs and ffirls at the industrial echooTin Vergennes. If any one having suitable book they are willing to give this school will notify Mrs. Parker, she will be glad to get them. Look over your idle Ixioks and help the Woman's club make happy the boys and girls in the industrial school. Harold Nault, formerly a student of GMard and later connected with Lati di's orchetra as drummer, was vishing in the city Monday having just com pleted a nine months' course in the Faint School of Tuning. While in Bos ton he also took Ieon in tympany, marimbaphones and drumming. He contemplates locating in Barre, but for the preent is visiting at hit borne in Randolph. Word ha been received of the sud den death of Sumner S. Mor'ey at his home in Baldwinsville, Ma., on Eact er Sunday. He will be remembered as student at (rnddard seminary. He was born Sept. 21, 1H, and was married to Mis Stelja Grace O'.app Ie. I'.t. llMi, h. i killed in the railroad wreck in Bridgeport. ( nnn., .u'y 11. pill. In IVvember, 1913. he was mar r.ed to Mi Carrie Bishop, who sur vives him. For won years he on the electric railway, but of late had superintended his greenhouse at Vine. WILLIAMSTOWN ..Mrs. Laura S. Ditty has returned from a short sifay with her son, Wind sor G. Ditty, dn Barre. Mrs. 'Ada Lasell and Bon, Francis, have returned home from a visit to George Dillingham's in Northfleld. Hor ace Lasell, who lately came for a va cation from his work in Springfield, is to remain there a few days longer. Mrs. Fred L. Poor and son, Sher wood, have both been quite sick with the grip, but are now improving. Peiter Picket is to be in the employ of the Emerson Co. at Randolph, in stead of the Webster Co. as stated in yesterday's Times. Miss Mellie Tillotson returned to Riverton last Saturday, to be ready to-open school again Monday. The listers, Percy J, Jeffords, Ver non Savery and Albert Al. uooancn began their work April 1. William 8, Davenport, who for many years was at the head of a machine plant in New Bedford, Mass., and since last fall located in a similar business in Rochester, N. Y" has lately visited his sister, Mrs. Laura D. W'alker, as well aa relatives in Bam. Miss Mona McKee and a friend from Newbury were in town over Sunday at the home of her aunt, Mr. George Marr. Mis Nellie Tillotson returned to Northfleld and for a time of Hooksett, N. H., is in town as the guest of Mrs. George T. Colby and is to assist Miss Millie Drury in the work of the home bakery. Regular meeting of Fraternity Re bekah lodge to-morrow (Thursday) evening, with practice meeting after ward. As a rule, liquids are not mailable. There are some exceptions if packed exactly according to department regu lations. Tho-e wishing to mail liquids should consult rural carrier or make in quiry at the postodice. Supt. W. F. Gloveiis in Chelsea for a short time and Mrs. Glover and the children are in Groton. WEBSTERV1LLE Come and have the time of your life at the gymnasium hall, upper Gran- iteville. Thursday night, April 8. Mu sic, Carroll's orchestra, six pieces. adv. The Easter concert given by the Baptist Sunday school last Sunday morning was largely attended ana greatly enjoyed by all. A good num ber was at the evening service and the choir rendered several Easter anthems. Easter music by the choir from the East Barre Congregational church was given at th Episcopal church Sunday afternoon and enjoyed by a large con gregation. Robert Mackie went to Boston Sun day to seek medical advice. He will also isit his daughter and ton in Cam bridge, Mass. A son was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Wark. Mrs. Wark't mother, Mrs. James McVctie of Kinnears Mills, P. Q., arttved Saturday and is caring for her. Louis Rivard returned yesterday to hit work in Windsor after visiting his parents for a few days. Rollin Sturgeon of Montreal visited at John McFarlane'a Sunday. William Rosa visited his mother, Mrs. Robert Mackie, Monday before leaving for Bridgeport, Conn., where he has employment. Mrs. Henry Turcott and children of Barre spent the week end with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Amedy. R. J. Lappin returned Monday from a few days' visit with relative in Springfield, Mass. David Geake moved his household goods yesterday into the house he re cently purchased. ROCHESTER Lawrence Edgerton has gone to Springfield, where ha will enter a part nership with Fred Davis in the law and insurance business. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parmenter have gone1 to Laconia, N. H., where they have positions in a home for feeble minded children. George Stevens, who hat worked for the White River Railroad company for 13 years, has accepted a position at LoUv s Bend, lenn., and left here on Monday. Mins Berniee Morse has been spend ing her vacation with Mrs. Hugh Kins man of New York City. Several young men from Winchester, Mass., are working on Maple hill dur ing the sugar season. The new mail car began running over the White River railroad last week. Artemut Townsend returned to Bos ton Monday. Mrs. James Henry is visiting her sit ter. Mr. Allen McDonald, in Boston. Miss Doris Stock,well of Randolph has been recent guest of her grand mother, Mrs. Emily StockwelL Richard Goodno of Montpelier it vis iting his uncle, Harl Bean. H. Wellington of Boston has been a recent vi.-itor at the home of W. H. Campbell. Walter Eaton of Windsor hat been in town a few days, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Howard. Mrs. Emma Hubbard is vitdting her daughter, Mrs. Lilla Boyce of Bing hampton, N. H. WELLS RIVER Miss Bernice Smith left last Friday for New Vork City where, in company of Miss Matilda Jahn, she will spend a few days in seeing tha sights. 'v Russell Bailey is home from Dart mouth for the Easter vacation. Misg Isabel Miller, with friends from Manchester, N. H., visited at the homo of her parents over the week end. Eddie Lamere is spending a few weeks with his parents. j John Canty, ttate veterinary sur geon, with headquarters in St. Johns bury, visited friends in town last Sat urday. Brock Renfrew returned last Monday to his school at Randolph. Lawrence Marvin of Essex is visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. L. D. Smith. - 1 Mrs. Earle Ktreeter is very ill at! Cottage hospital.- I The Study club held its April meet-1 dng at the home of Mrs. John Leach last Monday night. The program was in charge of the music committee. One of the features was a reading by Mre. j Kidder. Mrs. Clarence Byers and children are ' spending a few weeks with relatives in Manchester, N. II. Hermon Chamberlain of Irasburg Rpent the week end with his sister, Mrs. Frank George, who still remains critically ill. , j Lee Dwinell went to his home in Plainficld to help during the sugaring season. At the regular communion service last Sunday, fifteen united with the Wells River church. Another notch in the H. C. L. was noticed April 1, when the barbers went up on their entire line of work, in eome instances nearly fiO per cent. School opened Mmday, with the usu al corps of teachers and the same num-, ber of pupils. Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster ' Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Service Summer Wash Fabrics Beautiful New Voiles Plain Colors 44-inch Newport Voiles in big range of colors PINK , ROSE CORAL SUNSET ORCHID PEACH MORETOWN Mr. D. C. Turner returned to Mont pejier Monday, after a several day' visit at M. R. Child's. Paul Johiuson of Burlington was at his home over the week end. Miss Gra.ee Huckcley returned to Barre Monday to resume teaching at Goddard seminary. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kingsbury and daughter, Ruth, were in Burlington several days last -veek. Mrs. Ethel Wales of Barre was a guest at S. E. Atkins' for the week end. airs. h. B. flaylett was tendered a surprise party Thursday afternoon, it being he birthday. Twenty ladies were present and a sumptuous supper was served. Miss Ethel Child returned to Mont pelier Sunday, after a two weeks' va cation. Clyde Baird and Mis Irene Child were in Waitsfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. " Wilcox and daughter, Jean, were guests of relative in Barre Sunday. A stercoptieon lecture on 'Eiw!er in the Philippines" was given at the Methodwt church Sunday evening. At the Easter service Sunday morn-' mg, five were baptized, five taken into the church and three on probation. HAISCOCK has The American Realty company started its log drive. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Farr were in Boston last week. Mrs. Persis Andrews, who has been failing for some months, parsed away Thursday night. Arthur LeBar has finished work at Bingo and returned home. The Carters have finished their log ging job for Fair A Kennedy and re turned to Rochester. Miss Lola Fifield spent the week end with friends in Granville. Mrs. Lloyd Church and Mrs. G. R. Church visited relatives in Rochester recently. PLAIXFIELD To Help Producer, Etc. The bureau of markets of the L'nited States department of agriculture is sue a weekly market report which summarir.es the market conditions of agricultural product for the entire country and in some cases touches upon foreign markets. In a letter recently received by the director of the agricul tural extension service of the Univer sity of Vermont it is stated that the federal depsrtment intends to ninke this publication serviceable to produc ers, dealers and consumers, who are in terested in marketing information and statistics and that the bureau is de sirous of placing on its mailing list for this publication the names of all per son who express a desire for this serv ice. Anyone interested in the publica tion and desiring to receive it should send their name to the bureau of mar kets, L S. department of agriculture, Washington, D. C. SALMON COPEN NAVY PEACOCK GREEN LIGHT BLUE TAN WHITE TAUPE 79c ill ' 11 1 Fancy Figure Voiles in Wonderful Patterns 40 inches wide 65c to ..$1.80 per yard Mercerized Organdies Fancy Figured Voile 65c Embroidered Mercerized Voile Nou Veau Voiles in Black, Navy, Taupe 98c La Belle Voiles in exclusive patterns at $1.10 Novelty Vassa Voiles in beautiful colorings at $1.10 Exclusive Patterns in Browns and Taupes, so hard to get, at ...... .$1.25 Silk Stripe Voiles in exquisite figures at $1.69 Ask to see our White Voile Waistings, Plain and Fancy, at 49c to $1.50 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Barre, Vermont Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt. AMERICAN CENSORS WERE NEWSPAPER MEN it, sons are these: The reports .that came over the cable had been verified at the source, Gossip, rumor and false re port were eliminated so far as possible. Furthermore, new matter was given priority over everything else save gov enment business. Also, the censors gave the maximum expedition to press items except when they contained ques tionable matter. "Questionable matter! There you hava the sole reason for maintaining the censorship. It purpose was to catch this questionable matter. To de fine exactly what is meant bv the term Xo straight Knew a Story When They Saw Says American Legion Weekly. Military necessity covers a multitude of sins; under it" broad cloak, right held by the constitution to be inalien able were usurped when we entered the war against Germany, declares Parke F. Hanlev. in the American Legion Weekly. After pointing out the fact j questionable is impossible. that each ot I tie allien countries naa already experienced difficulty during the war in muzzling the press, the writ er explained the manner in which it was successfully operated by the Unit ed States navy: "In European countries, when they created press censorships, they gath ered the censors from among retired four-stripers, worthy sons of worthy families who were physically unfit for active duty. It was a tradition which the navy "department wisely ignored. For press censorship newspaper report ers, active, enthusiastic young feilows who knew a 'story' when they -saw it, and who could instinctively sense the menace in a cable dispatch, were se letted for the otiiees in New York, San Francisco and Key West. ' "One of the striking fact growing out of the censorship right from the outset was that the newspaper and associations derised immense benefit I from it. It would not be straining the j truth to say that 00 out of 100 would be in favor of making permanent some of the features of efficiency that de- veiopea m me institution, ine policy could be fixed because tha basil for judgment shifted with the bands oj the clock. "The censors in New York resented the 'bomb-proof feature of their job, but in truth the work was anything but that, because all the time they were in direct line of fire from th deadliest of explosives newspapei wrath. Every day, every hour, tliii danger menaced; the . censor wer working with torches in a powder mag azine, yet let it be said the only shot flung across the bow proved to be duds, so far as control of the cables wns concerned." K. MACRAE N. 10 Mile Bldg., 'Phone 514-M where every purchase mean a lavlnj You Must See THE NEW WAISTS Just In A splendid showing of the new styles for spring and summer wear. PRETTY VOILE WAISTS, Special at J1.95, fi.98 FRENCH VOILE WAISTS, Special at $3.98, $4.75, $4.95 ILK PONGEE WAISTS, newet atyles, at $4.95, $5.98 MIDDY BLOUSES, see the apecial lot at, each $ms , NEW SPRING COATS Extraordinary value in the aeaion'a latest styles and most fashion able color, specially priced from $17.75 '55-- Buy here and save $5 to $10 on your Coat purchase. 1 JUST UP ONE FLIGHT The email expense meaa a bit aaving ta yea J The Diet INFLUENZA Swiss Chard, No. 21 can?, per can 13c Sauer Kraut, No. Vi cans per can 13c Asparagus Tips, No. 2 cans 25c 1 1 ittg. April at Ferula r ing of lfc-pree of I'or a h ntitas on Thur-dar e n o'hck. AduptK'U. r.efTi'sr metire cf Parre aerv. 1573. F. . "-- l! b teld Thursday eienirg at 7 b'rk k st-arp Mrs. Ttlaneho Perrin Went to the Xl.rv nt.-li.r hrwnital lliirlintri on. on! Monday for treatment. Mr. Herman IVslge of Wo!lat-in, Ma., is visiting Vr mother, Mrs.' El len Tauly. Mis Marjorie Kent of Barre spent the week end at the home of U. L. Martin. Ivy grange will confer the remaining degrees upon the candidates who tmk the fin and second degtee at the lat meeting. In the absent of the mas ter, Rev. A. W. Hewitt, IV-puty Collin of North Montpeli.nr will confer the degrees Thursday evening and it i hfed that as many members a tn will attend. Mr. W. K. Panlfitt is comfort- ",Hb ran be eipeded after her re cent operation. Ii- Jul. a Atkeu of Montpelier was in t"n Tuedy. The student returned to ! ilrd seminary this wek. aftr their IVat er aval During and After ASK FOB Horlick's He Orif inaJ Avoid 7lkLVa)wykm. Imitation If Md Substitute For!nfant,InTa1!daBdOrowin;Chndrra Rich milk, malted train estract la Powder Tbe Orlglaal Tood-Drlak For All Age n) Cooking Nourishin Diceatib! Many Kinds of DISINFECTANT Although there are many varieties of disinfec tants there are really only two important kinds: odorless disinfectants for the interior of sinks, closets or aid in the wash-up of clothes; and for disinfectant of dark and dusty corners, carbolic and any crude phenols for outhouses, stables and sheds. In either case we carry disinfectants of just those kind and recommend them to you. knowir.jf them, knowing their value and know injr how you can depend on their properties. If it is a disinfectant you want, and you certainly should w ant them and use them now, then come to us for them. Drown's Drug Store IS North Main Street House Cleaning Helps We are making some money-saving prices on the following house-cleaning helps on a cash and carry basis. Boxes of Soap will be delivered free on our regular trips. Sawyer's Ammonia 2 for 23c Sawyer's Blueing, 13c size 2 for 23c Clothes Pins, 7 doz. 23c; Snap Pins, 3 doz. .. 20c Chloride of Lime, 10c; Concentrated Lye 10c World Soap Powder, 30c; Cold Dust, large . . 30c Old Dutch Cleanser 3 for 23c Octagon Cleanser 3 for 23c Sani-Flush for cleaning closets 20c Octagon Soap Powder, small size 4 for 25c 3 large 43-size Borax Chips for ..." $1.00 10 bars of Fcls Naphtha Soap for 73c Box of Babbitt's Soap, 100 bars, for $7.30 Box of World Soap, 100 bars, for 7.75 Box of Octagcn Soap, 100 bars, for 7.75 Mop Sticks, each, 20c; String Mops 33c Skat Hand Soap. 10c; Starch. 3 lbs. for 23c Brooms, all qualities 30c, 73c. $1.00 and $1.10 CASTOR I A or laftau and CbCdxea VCeuUr mtitr cf H- The Smith Cumings Co., Inc. In Use For Over 30 Years The F. D. Ladd Company Wl. frt All rs s!' Alwars bear ; jrir are ;4 ! Ie -r-t1. (be m i I