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DAILY TIMES,. BARRE, VT... TUESDAY, ; 31 A V Itttu.
THE BAH RE What Investment Com pares With Furniture? An automobile quickly depreciates,' and is a constant expense to operate. A trip is soon but a memory. Jewels give only occasional pleasure to one in dividual, and entail anxiety for their security. So with most indulgences and' 'pleasures. But Furniture Furniture requires but the original investment. There is no upkeep. It affords not joy to one, but many. Its comfort is not occasional, but constant. It yields daily dividends in the most desirable currency of the realm comfort and enjoy ment. Visit us for Furniture. . THE OLD RELIABLE B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS - BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SEBVICH City rat- m. bor.-dri.n an.bul.nc. i diiUnc. call, at wMOn.bl. A USEFUL LIFE ENDED. A Cape Cod Correspondent and Friend of Life Savers Dies from Operation. Boston, May 25. John W. Dalton of Sandwich, correspondent of the Asso viated Press and for several newspa pers at Buzzards Bay and on Cape Cod for many years, died at a hospital here yesterday after an operation for ap pendicitis. Dalton's stones of Ship wrecks on the cape included several classics. He was familiar with the life savers along the eoait of that "grave The M. D. Phelps Co. Jnc D & M Baseball and Lawn Tennis Goods BASEBALLS, 15c to $2.23 We have had the pleasure of making lots of young sters happy with D&M Baseballs and Gloves, and hope to please many more. A new supply of 1920 TENNIS BALLS and RACKETS is now in. Phone 28 PHONE IT Bring that order send that or der or just telephone it. We will deliver anything, anywhere, at any time you say, at no extra cost to you. Telephone trading makes shopping simple. We will do our part, if you will do yours. Drown's Drug Store 43 North Main Street ur iiioiiir ill!' II 1 a III 1 ' 1 : hij ljii!!' J lit MACHINE MADC A SOLUTION C ETTLE your pint problem by bay "in mint that is sure to Drove en tirely satisfactory. brand a paint that li nw a.- s of 31 years'eiperSence in providing paint for peoplewho believe that the beat paint is none too good for their building. DETROIT WHITE LEAD WORKS FH The Smith yard of ships," and wrote a book on their activities, argued for them be fore Congress, and helped in their work by inventing an improved breeches buoy, whicfi is now in use. He was 53 years of age. Not Always. "In a strong speech your husband the other night advised using the mailed hand." . "I wish he'd follow that policy with the letters 1 give him." Baltimore American. Barre, Vt. r FFFlLLi Buy the Rogers is the development jr-'l isfi H.I ! '( iT? ..ill : Kcj bOLU BY &CumingsGo.lnc. TALK OF TOWN Brpgoli'n Syncopated Seven from Dartmouth, Montpelier, May 28. adv. Miss Caronlme Boffloe left for Mont real thitt morning to visit relatives a few weeks. Mrs. Julia Newtton tff West Topa ham was a business visitor in this city yesterday. Dance at South Barre jrranpe hall on Tuesday evening, May 23. Two-piece orchestra. adv. Ooorpe Maker of Kim street left last iiifjht for a several days' business fijs to Boston and vicinity. Kdward and Harry Clark have re turned from a two weeks visit with relatives in Toronto, Canada, All dark hats ait half price to close out, crepe, milan and panama at a big discount until sold. Mrs. K. A. With am. William and Philip Squires left yes terday morning for Windsor, having found employment in machine shops of that town. Thomas Brown of Maple avenue and Henry Rock of Farwell streeit left Sun day for Boston, where they hope to secure employment. Mrs. Nellie Sawyer of 43 Merchant street was operated upon at the Barre City hospital yesterday, and to-day was reported resting comfortaWy. Ldng-distance and general trucking: truck, is also equipped to carry parties will seat between 13 and 20 people. All pneumatic tires. Granite City Bottling Works. The members of the Eastern Star drill team are asked to be present for rehearsal this evening at 7:30 sharp at the banquet hall. A full attendance is desired. t Mrs.' Mary McDonald of Liberty street, who has been spending the winter months with relatives in Need ham, Mass., has returned to her home in Jthis city. Miss Clara Loranger of French street, well known as a dressmaker, werib to Boston Saturday, where she plans to establish a dressmaking shop and reside. To-day at the Bijou. Nasimova in her latest success, "Stronger Than Death." Two shows only at 2:13 and 7:30. Trices including tax: Matinee 25c, evening 35c adv. Special sale of two-, three- and four burner Kerogas oil stoves, the best in Barre. Largest line of new and second-hand ranges in Barre. Get prices. E. A. Prindle, Worthen block. Miss Frederica Lander has accepted a position with the Cook & Watkins Manufacturing Co., ami yesterday be pa,n work as bookkeeper and stenog rapher at the Blackwell street office. William Cowie, a draftsman of the ten nfli.-e of the Cook &. Watkins Co., arrived at the home of his aunt, Mrs. James Grearson, of i,anrel street Sunday night to spend a week or two. Vtih Parisian Saire on vour head and you will not have to scratch the dan druff off; cures itching scalp, gives a luxuriant head of beautiful hair. K. A. Drown sells it on money-back plan. adv. Aii(7p1,i Marchetti. a former business man of Barre, who for the past -week i . .1 t has been tne guest oi His ormner, i.i nest, started yesterday morning by au tomobile on his return journey ito Wa- tervillc, Me. Mrs. C. Cecchini of 20 Maple avenue, who was operated upon at the Barr r.ir tuMTiWal turn weeks co for ap pendicitis, has recovered sufficiently to return to ner mime, o ne m stitution Saturday afternoon. Notice. Any party known to dump nhu fin nm nr other refuse on our Brook street lot will be prosecuted tto the full extent of the law. Take note of this warning as it is certainly final. F. G. and Mrs. O. N. Canton. Miss Helen Beverklge, formerly a teacher in thi city, is undertaking the management of a summer boarding place, called Island Viw cottage, in North Haven, Me. Hie wouJd be glad to furnish particulars no any wno are interested in a summer outing on th cot. Her present address is Y. W. C. A., New Britain, Cnn. adv. A surprise party was given little Rita Hendrickson at hvr home on Acad emy street last Saturday fternoon by ier plavmates, who came to help her enjoy her eighth birthday anniversary. After games were played, refreshment were served. . The children left gifts for Miss Rita and wished her many more happy binthdays. George Straiton, one of i;he commit teemen of the I. M. d. 1. A., who at a4 the Boston conference board at the last meeting of the labor committees of this association and thait of the G. C. I. A., went to Boton Sunday night on businens, believed to be connected with the labor situation existing in this and neighboring granite districts. Grand Knight K. J. Owen has re ceived notice from Mi-haud eouncil, No. 20-5, of White River Junction concerning the exemplification of the third degree on a class of candidate next Sundav. May 30. at 7 p. m. This (iofrree will be worked at Gates opera tiouse. Following the d-grce work a buffet lunch will le served at nhe opera house. All third and fourth dejn-ee knights of Barre council are invited to attend. D. A. Perrr, auctioneer, has returned from Kat Hard wick, after conducting a verv aitix-essful !e of pure bred HcilAtein cattle. It may be of inter, est to cattle owners to hear that 27 head of the 33 sold at the auotion on Saturday were purr ha-ed by farmers of thin ert ion. A. J. Neeau. manager h. M.wri.r,n farm. rmrchaed 1 of thee th-rmis:h!.red-. W. K. Turker of WaOiinyton pun-hoi nr, ana v. i. Fullam of Brookfield ix. Card of Thanks, We wih to thank one and all for their ksndne.s to us durina my bny's ikn, also fr the many g fl that were s-nt in. Alu-e Abbey. Card of Thanks. We wih to tHank all our friends and neifihWt fr their kindne during the f.ickn-t and d ath of "r father. ao f'r the twant'ftil fl wcr. Mr and Mr. Anhur Park, .lnn I'm. -v HTH'sr mert.riK i iro "jIA quo tribe. N. 1. to n ffht n; f V.'i ' in ; ,f ri . ..i if 4 at 7 '" V. 'Ac k.J i Vti .-V! IjTi; tMi'-l J''!l I'rT TALK OF THE TOWN j And donlb forget the . Dartmouth dance, city hall, MontpeMer, May 28. adv. Dance, Montpelier armory, Wednes day. Carroll's orchestra. Special car to Barre. adv. Danci in Rowland hall ' every Wednesday and Saturday. Landi'a or chestra. adv. Special meeting of Ruth chapter, No. 33, O. K 8., for work, on Wednesday evening, May 2fl. at 7:30 o'clock. Re freshments served. , A regular meeting of tins Ladies' Auxillaryof the A. O. II. will be held this evening in Worthen hall. Re freshments will be served. Andrew Scotit of Foster street was taken to Haydensville tuberculosis sanatorium'' at Haydensville, Mass., this morning by John McDonald. Fred C. Fisher, who ha been spend ing he winter months in Pasadena, Cal., with his wife, arrived at his Aver ill street home last evening. , One show only at the Bijou to night. Nazimova in her latest, "Strong er Than Death." Special prices. Come to-night. Show starts at 7:30. adv, B. II. Start and family of Burlingiton have returned to their home after be ing the 'gmwts of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. H. Car of 13 King street for a few davs. ' ' First Liberty loan 4 per cent bonds ma he left for conversion into per manent first Liberty loan 4 per cent bonds at the reopics artionai n. dv. : . ,. Mrs. Flora Burnham of 77 Moutn Main street has returned to her home in this city after passing the winter with her Bister, Mrs. C. K. Osgood, in Lynn, Mass. Ko one can anora to stay away nwu t, Kirtthitttv nartv at the Congrega tional church Wednesday night, as there may be something in me lyceum naner that they do not know about themselves. adv. Edward McGlvnn of Williamstown lost the little toe of his left foot and iha flraf 111 imL of the adioining toe yesterday afternoon while working at one or the nouiweu, jnine a '' quarries in Graniteville. A corner of an oTixvliniTlv lart'e stotie which he had been wedging, dropped upon the. toes and before his root eoum oe ireru the stone had to be lifted by a large boom derrick. Mr. McGlynn wa at tended soon after the accident by Dr. K. II. Bailey of Graniteville and then removed to "his home in Williamstoa n. Several Barre faces may be seen in the group photograph at Merlo Broth ers' display window which hows a number of men in comfortable garb at work with shovels and teams prepar ing, a baseball diamond. This picture was taken at Springfield, Vt., and in cludes three well-known ball players, Louis Bo'utipgl, Jack Davison and Bob Wright, besides John GsJlatley, F. Ber ini and M. Berini, all of whom are as, sisting in the work of preparing a baseball diamond for the Springfield Community club. WILLIAMSTOWN Vour dollars -will do double duty at Lamorey' expansion sale, Barre. adv. The list of delegates from the local tn th annual convention of Congregational churches of Orange county to the held in isrooKm-iu ui. Wodn'esday and Thursday should have Included the pastor, Rev. Charles E. Walsh, with the name of Mrs. Walsh in place of that ot airs, won jicai- There will be a caucus of the Demo cratic voters of the town at trie town t..!l r.n TfciiroUv eveninff. May 27. at 8 o'clock, to elect two delegates and two alternates to the jJemocratic siair convention to be held at Rutland, June 9 1 0-'O 'Mr. and Mrs. Olney F. Seaver are viniting their grandson, Hugh U. eav er, in Randolph. ... Halloa rani nf 11 nion choir under diree tion of George H. Goodrich, to prepare nni.in fr Memorial Sunday at the Con gregational church, May 30, will be held to-morrow i vveanesiiBy; in the parlor ot the rmiren. Mr. ArioU Pacra is in town and is the guest of Mrs. Paul Monti for a few dav. Mrs. "Nellie Denny, Mrs. George T. Colby and Mr. and Sirs. George K. Wit her were in Kat Randolph the 23rd, calling on relatives and friends. Jerome B. Brock way is seriously ill at the home of his" daughter, Mrs. Charles V. Sivright. Adna B. Downs is gaining in neann each day. On account of the alwence of several memlicrK. the band is ob liired to enrage several players from out of town, in order that all the instruments be taken and it is hoped that they will have the assistance of Archie R. Cram, a for mer member and now living in Mont pelier. Other will probably oe en gaged from Barre. Ued for 70 Year Thru its uae Grand mo thfr"a uM.ttkful mnrwtrmncM haa V""U" -t r remained unul youth h btcocn but memory. T 1 Th soft, refined, ptarly white apparanc it t- of Beauty uh you for many ytars. 14 other autos on every mile of surfaced road in the U. S. in ad dition to your own car! Fourteen chances of acci dent to the mile ! 1 400 to every 100 miles! Why Take Chances? Buy Auto Insurance Paige & Campbell General Agent 'Phone The TRAVELERS HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT WHEN THE STOMACH FAILS TO FUNCTION Stomach trouble frequently causes so much pain and discomfort that the vic tim begins to brood and worry and to four that the dixtre.as which comes aft er eating is due to some serious organic disorder. As a matter of fact most of the stomach trouble is due directly or indi rectly to thin blood. When the blood heenmen wenk the action of the stom ach is sluggish and the food lies undi gested, causing gas and nausea. Before giving way to worry over this condition try the tonic which Mr. James II. Hogg of No. 307 Pleasant street, Pawtucket, R. I., recommends and you will be surprised to see how quickly your entire system responds to the treatment. I wan ill fnr two months with stomach trouble," says Mr. Hogg. "I had water brash and vomited frequent ly. My head ached and there were pains in the small of my back. These" nains would be more severe after walk ing up or down stairs. I was very nervous and at times could not sleep. There were very few thines that I could eat Without distress. "One day I read about in. Williams' X Mm X ii. a nmi uii iu.m iu They helped me at once, and I took three boxes with good results, Now I would not be without Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I also took Pinklets, the little laxative pills, and think that they r fine.' A booklet, "What to Eat and How! to Eat," which tells about this treat ment, w ill be sent free on request by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenec-1 tady, N. Y. All druggists sell Dr. il liams' Pink Pills, or they will be sent) by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, I 00 cents per box. Adv. SCHOOL HEAD DISMISSED. Principal S. 0. Salmon of Leland and Gray Seminary Ousted. TYiH'naliend citizens arc ud in arms over the dismissal of Principal S. O. , Salmon of Leland and Gray seminary j which come iust at the time of thai commencement exercises and for rea-' sons which the school board and the1 eitizens have been unable to ascertain. Prof. Salmon is a popular instructor in Townshend, and his dismissal is, viffnrmittlv condemned bv the towns-1 pe6ple generally and is the topic which j in just now being discussed more than ' anv other one thing. WW is back of it and what is the motive are ques-i tions which they would like to find out. ! A few days ago Mr. Salmon was no- j titled by Superintendent of Schools' StrnititT. who succeeded Georce B. Whitncv in that position, that hi; services would not bo wanted after the nrecent term. Xo reason can be iriven, and when the fact became known to the people they were very much sur prised and indignant. The member of the school board were as much surprised as the rest, it is understood, and they voiced their disapproval of the act. The result was tl, mootincr nf citizens was held to the nm'Htion. and Sunt. Strait- iff was asked to state me Teauoim n. Mr. Salmon's discharge. This he declined to do, but indicated that he would tell a committee. Mr. StraitirT left the meeting, but the other remained for further dis cussion and appointed O. B. Dauchy, I. S. Sayre and Will Blood a commit tee to try to learn from Mr. Straitiff the motives behind the act. This com mittee and Mr. Straitiff met Saturday night, but no satisfactory reason was assigned, it is understood. As nearly as the committee could make out from Mr. StraitifT's statement the reason was that the principal and superin tendent did not work well together, but if that is true the fact has not yet been apparent. Townshend people are convinced that there is somthing else back of the move. ltst year Leland and Gray seminary wa converted into a junior-senior high school, and as such it comes within the jurisdiction of H. O. Hutchinson of Burlington, state inspector of junior high schools. While the notice to Prof. Tone is Sw irl Wi of a Phonograph The scientifically correct acoustic design of the Columbia Grafonola permits the full, free development of the sound waves, and gives you good music, unmuffled, unmarred. The Columbia Non-Set Automatic Stop, an absolutely exclusive feature of Columbia Grafonolas, gives the last touch of realism by stopping the record when the end is reached. These Records Will Prove It The Red Cross Pharmacy Rockland Reading Adams Company Good Goods New and Exceptional Values FOR MEMORIAL DAY Summery Wash Dresses for Women and Misses $5.00 to $29.00 New, fresh and pretty models in dainti est materials. Plain and Figured Voiles. , White Dresses for Sub-Debs and Girls in VOILE ORGANDIE LAWN The Sub-Deb sizes fit the miss of the Grad uate age and are especially gotten up for this purpose. Prices $5.00 to 25.00 The 188 N. Main St. Gardner Clinton Salmon came from Mr. Straitiff it is assumed by Town-hend people that it must have been given with the knowl edge or diction of Mr. Hutchinson, possibly encouraged by outside influ ence, and it is understood that plans are under wav to take the matter up mu. b. uni.g .f Mo,..r..... ' - MAY BUY MAMMOTH CAV. Government May Convert Property in National Park. ' Mammoth cave, Kentucky's ontri bution to the -wondera of the world, may soon b purchased and trans formed into an extensive national park. Reports from Washington are to Ihe effect that the rule committee of the House of Representative contem plates calling up for passage shortly a meaure with this in view introduced bv Representative Robert Y. Thomas of the third Kentucky district which would appropriate $1,000,000 for the government to purchase the great cav ern and 32,000 acres of virgin forest fund lying around it. The movement to maks a national park of the famous cave has been car ried on hv the Benevolent and Protec tive Order of Elks aided by other or ganization. "Preservation of the gi- the Jest I Framingham Leominster New : Skirt of Garbadine Basket Weave Surf Satin Pique Voile. Skirt in sizes 24 to 42 waist. Skirts i n pretty models for Misses and Women $5.00 to $15.98 Sport Skirts Fancy light-weight wool plaids, fancy silks, plain color silks. Prices. . . .l .$15.00 to $25.00 Daylight Store Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H!ffrY? national park should cantir1 rflvern an h n r,f h ureaJent accomi)lihmcnts for the public good ever attained." says Kendrick R. Lewis, chairman of a com mittee of the Louisville lodge of Klks. "It is one of the roost picturesque nod i,wia of the country and is but- i - ;;; S-tly-u , 6 i uiM it milil'ii' auction in tJie near fu- r timbof men are endeavoring to purchase it. The nation in general and Kentucky In , particular wishes the government to ! buy the cave and land in order to save . the natural wonder for future genera tions to see." Mammoth care is o-day the greatest aubterranean area known to exist. It ( has five different levels and the temper-1 ature is at all times 54 degrees. Btr- ; nal darkness and stillness reign su preme, btalactities and stalagmites ; take on the form of fluted columns, of festoons and of draperies. There are great auditoriums with lofty ceilings m-w hi forma-tions Tesemble a! hundreds of feet and "aides formed of tier after I Special for Tuesday and A special purchase of Ladies' ueorgeue uaisis in styles and colors, few numbers we are offering for Tues day and Wednesday: LADIES' GEORGETTE WAISTS LADIES' GEORGETTE WAISTS LADIES' GEORGETTE WAISTS I. A DIES' GEORGETTE WAISTS In all colors and sizes. Come are closing out at these prices. x Barre Bargain Store HERIIERT 218 North Main St, Barre, GOOD Warner's Macaroni, Spaghetti, Ditali and Ver micelli in bulk, per lb 15c Snccial nrice in full 22-Ib. boxes. 3 Warner's Macaroni this week for 3 Warner's Spaghetti this week for Broken Bulk Macaroni, special, per lb No. 10 Gallon Apple, for pies 60c Evaporated Apple in bulk, lb 25c Cleaned Currants in bulk, per lb .20c Look on our Cash and Carry Counter for some pood trades in standard brands of Soap and Soap Powder. The F. D. Ladd Company Hyde Park Wakefield Good Service Summer Skirts Barre, Vermont j tier of fluted lumns and a river, the iw.i.n naviaatile for half a mile, which derives its name from the fact that the slightest noise is intensified a (thou sand timet. To whiten linens which have not been uied for a long tjme, soak over night in water to which cream of tar. tar is added. Use a teaspoon of creatn of tartar to every quart of water. IT'S UNWISE to put off to-dy dutr antil to morrow. If your atomaeh la acid-disturbed take the neir aid to dikTet comfort ih diacomfort of acid-dygpepaia. R MADE BY SCOTT A BOWNE B MAKERS OF 5COTTS EMULSION fj ' aa Wednesday .$4.75 . 5.50 . 6.50 . 7.50 in and see hese Waists we ZITER, Trop. Vt. Tel. 730 VALUES 25c 25c 10c I a.aaHaaMBMBHHB11MaWMHillllllllM t al