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- TOE BARRE DAILY TIMES,- BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920. v s
BARRE DAILY TIMES ( THURSDAY. MAY 13, 1920. Published Every Wk-Dy Afternoon THE BAKRE DAILY TIMES, INC Frank E, Langley. Publisher Jntered t the Poetofflce at Barre M Bacon Clue Mall Matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES . One year by mail JJ Threa monthi by mail ;r Ona month by mail Kirnrle ropy All aubieriptiona caah in advance. ' MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Awoclated Free, Is eitlunively entitled ( the um for republication of all new alla patrhea rredited to It or not otherwiee tred. ited In thia paper, and aJao the local Hew published therein. , That overall brigade is it still bri gading in overalls- Or has. the fad passed like a dream? It is too much to expect that the wearers of the over alls are now attached to the job which the apparel signifies. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Suit Brought Against Central Vermont Railroad for Damages in Wreck. fiuit was recently brought through the office of Kaymond Trainor in be hilf of Mrs. Emporirer against the di rector general, C. V. railroad, for the sum of $20,000 for injuries received at the wreck at Royalton, June 4th, 1919. The suit has been brought in the Orange county court and the case will be tried at the June term of court held at Chelsea. The department of justice at 'Wash ington has fixed the amount of profit to be allowed in the sale of granulated , sugar. The department of justice has been long on talk; it now remains to be seen whether it will be as persistent on enforcement. THE VERMONT PRIMARY WRITE INT HOOVER'S NAME. There will be held in Vermont on Tuesday, May 18, a presidential pri mary in which the voters of the state will be expected to express their pref erence for candidates for the presiden tial nomination. Unless all Bigns fail, it is not going to be a largely-attended primary, for there has been little po litical excitement about the state. The voters may have been thinking of what they will do in the primary but they have been saying little. It is to be hoped that they will go to the polls in enough numbers to prevent the pri mary from becoming a farced On arriving at the polling places they will find a series of blank spaces under the column headed Democratic, inas much as no candidate of that party cared enough -about Vermont's prefer ence in the matter to have his name filed in the prescribed way. On the other hand, there will be only two names under the Republican classifi cation, Major-General Leonard I. Wood and William Grant Webster. The lat ter is unknown. The former is in com mand of one department of the United States army and has been seeking the nomination for a long time, being now one of the leading contestants among the candidates with delegates pledged to support in the Republican national convention. Naturally enough, few Republicans will vote for Webster because they know nothing about him. Wood has considerable support in Vermont and it is probable that a still hunt for votes has been going on in his behalf for a considerable period. Yet there are many Republican voters in Vermont who would like to have a chance to ex press their preference for somebtr else besides Wood. Fortunately for them, they will have that privilege on May 18, for there will be blank spaces provided in the Republican column so tliat the voters can write in the name of the man of their choice; they will not be bound to vote for either Web ster or Wood or to vote not at all. Many believe that Herbert Hoover is the man who can exert the greatest in fluence in pulling the country out of the confusion and perplexity of the present day and they are going to write in the name of Hoover on the primary ballot next Tuesday. The Times suggests that there be a Urge turnou tof the Hoover voters and, that the nntrammeled expression of the Re publican voters be given voice in a size able vote for Hoover. H does not pledge the state but it expresses some freedom from domination by any ma- chine. Moreover, a vole for noover, would be a vote' for the best man. Why not express your preference and jour convictions! Professor Marshall of New London, Conn., was in town the first of the week, having been to Hanover to see his son, who is attending college. The Bi-State Educational club meet ing will be held Saturday, May 15th at White River Junction. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 p. m., at the Junc tion house. Subject for discussion, "Commercial Training." Please bring teachers of commercial subjects. Miss Muriel Stockwell, who has been spending two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Stock well of North Main street, has re turned to her duties with the New Haven railroad at New Haven, Conn. Richard Marandvillo of Rochester, N. Y., who haa been passing a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A Stockwell, returned to his home, Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. James Swafford are in town and are making preparations to start out on the road with their tent shows. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McCarthy of Lewiston, Me., who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Trainor, have returned home. . Miss Mildred Stockwell, the daugh ter of Mt. and Mrs. F. A. Stockwell, spent the week end from her duties as school teacher in Keene, N. H. Mrs. Lizzie Stockwell spent Tuesday in Keene, N. H. One of Henry Cota's horses was being driven down the North Main froot hill, when the neck voke broke letting the wagon on the heels of the horse and in some unknown manner A U- nnt tta.hi'nH fnnt. milffht in LUC HVian ' c the wheel, breaking it at the ankle. The horse was put out oi its misery oj being shot. Clyde Sumner began his automobile stage trips frmn White River Junc tion to Rutland Monday. Rev. C. C. Claris, pastor of the Qtie chee Congregational church, was called to London, Canada, Saturday by the death of his mother. A quiet home wedding took place May 6 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. French of Quechee, when their daughter, Elizabeth C. French, and Jo seph W. Daigle were united in mar riage by Rev. C. C. Claris, pastor of the Congregational church, only the near relatives being present. The bride was gowned in pink georgette crepe. After refreshments were served, the bridal couple left for their new home which Mr. Daigle bought in the early spring in Quechee village. Fred Ross has returned .home from Lawrence, Ma"., where he has been visiting for the past two weeks. Miss Arline Alger and Gerald Tenney of White River Junction were recently married in Rutland, and are 'to make thuir nnmp in South Rovalton. . r 1 1 .Ellen Doherty or ucweys alius tii in Boston recently to meet her broth er, who was expected to arrive from Ireland thia week. The factory at Dewey's Mills is to start one hour earlier Saturdays dur ing the summer to enable the employes to complete the week's work in time to catch the 1Q:43 train for White River Junction. Ernett Farr has finished work at the Dewey's mills and has gone to Terry ville, Conn. Luther nd Herbert Goodrich of White River Junction were recent guests of H. L. Howe and family of South Tomfret. Itanium in Wood of White River Junction was at his home in South Woodstock recently on account of be ing on the sick list. Dairymen in the vicinity of Wood stock, Rridgewater and 1'omtret are considering the establishment of a co operative creamery at that center. Sev- I For mry i1 I For twj room. ForBtnorol H 1 houtoeUanlrio. H V -"V Solid Ctkt M r-J r -3 l 3 '-3 tA Cosmopolitan Trust Company Savings Deposits A Dividend at the Rate of Payable May 15th ITas been declared hj the Directors of this Bank Deposits Go on Interest Monthly Start your Savings Account To-day with us. Deposits ar-nt by mail receive the ame prompt ana careful attention as those made personally. Send for Booklet, "Banking by Mad Cosmopolitan Trust Company CO Devonshire St.. Boston IT , The SCOUT Price $9 and $10 A Toe Always in Style An Old-Fashioned Sole Here's a shoe that's a regular fellow, comfort--able, easy to get along with. That high toe is a style many thinking men swear by, never let go out of fashion. The life of a shoe is in its sole. This soic was oak-tanned in the slow, thorough, , V1 old-fashioned way 'by the makers themselves. It ' wears like iron. Only the upper will outwear it Drop in. See what a perfect Walk-Over fit we have for you at this popular price. . Rogers' Walk-Over Boot mm Shop J swwwcaa eral meetings have already been held in regard to this matter. V". R. Jones, the dairy specialist, has met with the farmers on two occasions and talked this matter over and Mr. Mullholland, the marketing agent, has also spoken PnmfrM. furmprs twice on. the marketing of dairy products. A tem porary communes, conmsmifi ' Deroeie, H. N. At wood, M. Lewis, K. S. Evans and Grant Oobb, has been ap pointed to look over the situation. A, vnt of nriwin.1 cammunitv sitr- ninM wiu the withering last Wednesday evening, when a silken flag and handsome post Danner was pre sented to Ora Iv. Paul post, American Legion, and seven certificates from the French government were presemea io iV ntt fit kin of ths honored dead. whose homes were in the vicinity of Woodstock. The eierciaes were ncm i Viwio nail. The music was bv Sher- win's orchestra. Col. K. 8. Billings pre sided as master of ceremonies with characteristic ability and good taste. TV.v.r via offered bv Pout fhanlain Rev. R. W. Barstow; Capt. Loren R. .. . ... . . tr . - Pierce recitea wnn aramaTic enrri i nr poem. '"France in Battle Flame." The banner, a large and beautiful emblem of the Legion was artistically -wrought In colors. It wa the gift of Mr. and Mrs. (7. J. Paul, parents, ami Anuiur raui. brother of Nergt. ora r.. raw, aeceHteu, for whom the poot is named. It was ..r..ont.H bv Arthur Paul. The princi pal address of the evening was deliv ered bv Mason B. Dtone, w no kvb a most instructive discourse. The men f. .i,m thi hnmaire was rendered are: Sergt. E. Taul, son of Mr. and Mrs. ('. .1. Paul; Lieut. Henry ruroer, 1 f tr end Mrs. Charles H. Fur- ber; Kdwin F. Charon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Cnaron; w imrea mot- f Mr. and Mrs. Kdifar Mor gan'; F.van Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Harvey; Leslie vt ngnt, ou of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright.; Ray mond Tubbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. The odore Tubbs. The funeral of Miss Kellie Brooks, who died in Medford. Mass., the first of the week, was held in the Second Congregational church in Hartford vil lage Thursday afternoon, and the in terment took place in the Hartford cemeterv. Miss Brooks will be remem bered by the people, of this community as the postmmtre of West Hartford for many yearn. T. n. rerkins, who has been at To ronto. Canada, and Jackson, Mich., for the pat' few days, returned home on Tuesday. WOODBURY Read Imorey's adv. on pae . d. Mrs. Ix kwood and daughter, Gladys, and Miss Laflue of Shawinirsn Fall. Quebec, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Cootes. Mrs. Orna V. Burrell returned Wednedav to her home in Spring field, after a two weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tboma. Milo Csrr i on the sick list. Mrs. Olie M. Thomas left Friday for Middietown, Conn, for a visit with fiiendft. Mr. and Mrs. F.. P. Bsldwin and daughter, Jettie, of Fact Barre were over-Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thorns. Mr. and Mrs. Kben Towers of Barre were in town over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. V. A Ainsworth and rl iidren visited relatives in Hardwik Sundsv. Mr. "and Mm. Morton Atkinson and duchtT Irft Monday fnr Sprincneld. where they will msie their future b'-me. H. V. Jrnn"" i to supply the M. E. chunk f'T the c.m:B? rear. Ivan Amewortk of Bsrre ws a Sun dr iit- ia t. r.f his mo her, Mrs. Sadie A in'wort h. F..--n UU M.ioday ff-r Cot- crH. N. H, where k ha einplywit Vra. Pearl Merw. i .ted in Mt l.erte etn tbe e k erd POST MILLS tv ri C . U'nknra MISS JKrai ruir uum has been spending a littlo time at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. A. Powell. Manlr Carpenter is working for the T JI. Chubb Rod company. crystal iane ioog vi vmu ci,ui conferred the initiatory degree upon Joseph Mc-Granaghau of Corinth last Ni:tnrdav eveninir. lirand Marshal Charles G. Staples of Brattleboro was the giiet of the lodge and gave a most jti-pirmg address. Mrs. Alma Wheeler from Worcester Mass., is visiting her brother, W. II Jenkins. 'a ( atT of Barre i viMirtg k'f SUNSEAL tALADGOOKIKIG 03L The utmost in refinement Made by the Millers of SUNNYCORN The best salad and table oil for every home purpose. This new oil contains only the pure oil pressed from the hearts of selected corn. For better cooking, better baking, better dressings highly economical, smooth and pleasing in its nutty sweet ness. Sunseal Salad and Cooking Oil goes further as shortening, consumes less in frying, and requires less in dress ings. Will not absorb foreign odors. You will find Sunseal Salad and Cooking Oil a revelation in the kitchen, a delight on the table. At your grocer's today! 1 1 W mi m W IliwlUllt i TV P CewW Cfc ak4 iset Nr-V.rk.VY. SUN nvcomi Is a SUNSEAL oatabfg WE'RE GOOD PICKERS We've hit the right note in dress for young; men. , Subdued tones in grays and browns and blue mixtures. The fit gives the air the air of fashion. Single or double breasted, close - fitting but easy; style without strain. . We show what has the indorsement of the ex-, elusive New York shops. Prices, $30 to $60. F. H. Rogers & Company Get Auto Insurance It enables you to sleep nights and gives you a . chance to get all the wholesome pleasure and the business usefulness you expect out of your automobile. The insurer takes the worry. Tele phone now. Paige & Campbell General Agents, 'Phone 268-W Representing The TRAVELERS HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT Quarry Savings Bank Methods We make it a point in every department of this bank to meet the convenience of our customers just as far as possible, v Naturally there have to be rules and we abide by them, but we consider with great care the value of our customers' time. We try to give them prompt action. . If this strikes you as good business method--if you think you would like to deal with a bank that operates on this plan and if, at the same time, you seek a bank of proven strength and' well attested conservatism We cordially invite you to talk with us in re BANK ACCOUNT. QUARRY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. BEN A.EASTMAN, Pres. H.J.M.JONES.V-Pres. C.M.WILtBT.Tsa H. F. Cutlet DIRECTORS: Bea. A. Eutmsa 3. M. Boutwell W. G. Reynolds E. L. Scott H. J. M. Jones B. W. Hooker H. H. Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, Vt. Commencing May 1 and until further notice this bank will close on Saturdays at noon, but will be open for business as usual Saturday even ings from 6:30 to 8 o'clock. Four per cent interest is paid on sav ings accounts. TRUSTEES: GEO. L. BLAXCHARD, Pres. EDWARD 1L DKAV1TT, Vice-President. II. JULIUS VOLHOLM, Vice-l'resident. FRANK X. SMITH. Treasurer. WIU JAM G. XYE. 1LUIRY DANIELS. TIMOTHY E. CALLAHAN. Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. NINETY-SECOND YEAR Assets $11,653,426.00 Insurance in Force. $112.201,181.00 Number of Policies in Force, 57,750 rolicies written under Mutual or Taid-Up Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & Kent " Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange "Give me a lever long enough And a prop strong enough, I can single-handed move the world." Archimedes. ITVou may not be able to move the world, but vou may make for yourself a prop strong enough to hold vou and yours in comfort and happiness bv saving a tenth of your income each day. We will help you. The First National Bank of Montpelier Member Federal Reserve System Automobile Lamps We have a complete stock of Auto Lamps for all makes of cars. Barre Electric Company Telephone 98 "For Your Electric VTbU Barre, Vt SECURITIES AND INCOME RECORD in convenient safe deposit or bond box size. Lists, stocks and bonds checks dividend and coupon dates and amounts prices paid and received. A five years' record. One or more sent without charge together with a copy of our Monthly In vestors News. Baker, Ajling & Young 50 Congress Street, Boston raULADtXTaUA FBiNbritLO Bedroom Furniture for Moderate Incomes Teople of moderate income should examine carefully the values in high quality Bedroom Sets we are now offering. And our offerings are dependable. We follow no fads we are conservative. Every piece of furniture on our floors represents true and tried design. Our values speak a lan guage that ail can understand the language of Quality and Economy. Auto Delivery anywhere free of charge. A. W. Badger & Co. I MmWnl4 Hmmm4 I a. -!" pereaaae AtauTai Warb Tel e7-W A NEW AND LT-TO-D TE ALTO AMBULANCE 6 aer, Mrs. Kmrg Maddipk.