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DAILY TIMJUS,. 15AKKK, VT FKIDAW JUNE 4, 1920.
THE BAHKK WILLIAMSTOWN Kocktand Reading- Framinfhsm LeemliuUr Hyda Park Wakeflsld Windsor Chairs We are featuring in our show win dows this week some good pieces in those comfortable, stylish Windsor Chairs and Rockers They are used to fill in any room, mak ing a very good match for any furni-. ture in Mahogany finish. See th2 chairs for the little ones, that are an exact duplicate of the larger chairs. THE OLD RELIABLE ' B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Cit raua tuna u hone-driven ambulance ; ditUnce ell at waaonabla Urmi. iymi.MBiijii!riiyp" urwwMXitsat Reliable Motors Don't wait for delayed shipments, when we can sell you at once from our stock the following: One 25-H.P., 1,200 It. K M. Four 15-II.P., 1,200 R. P.M. Two 10-H. P. 1,800 R. P. M. Two 72-H.P., 1,800 R.PM. Two 5-H.P., 1,800 R. P. M. One 1-H.P., 1,800 R. P. M KEEP THINGS MOVING! CALL AT ONCE Barre Electric Company "For Your Electric Wants" Telephone 98 The N. D. Phelps Co. Inc. D&M Baseball and Lawn Tennis Goods BASEBALLS, 15c to $2.25 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 Barre, Vt. v au immmm"" BBBaaaaaBBaaaaB aaaaa aaai aaa aaa m Good Goods at Right Prices We Deliver FLOTILLA fcOAP, per bar ?c LENOX SOAP, per bar c LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER, pr can 7 LIGHTHOUSE POWDER e CAMPBELL'S SOUPS a cans for 5c GOLDEN WAX STRING BEANS, per can 3 GREEN MOUNTAIN SWEET CORN, pfr can . 3C LARGE CAN BEETS, a5c; LARGE CAN CRISCO $t.5 REX BRAND CORNED BEEF, 40c; REX BRAND ROAST BEEF 40c LARGE BOTTLE KETCHUP ac ROAST BEEF, lb, 30c to 35c; POT ROAST, per ft 15c to 8c RUMP OR SIRLOIN STEAK, per ft . ' 5c BUTT STEAK, aliced, ft., 30c; whole, ft, ac; ROUND STEAK, ft. 40c PORK ROAST.' ft, 33C 35C 38e; FRESH PORK SHOULDERS, ft. age PORK SAUSAGE, HAM, BACON. McCarthy Store 107 South Main Street Thone 6-J Good Weather for Fish Bey year aettiPt i t Plaata e. niato Plaata, Early Cabbage aa4 Caul Plaats. SPECIAL 10 !it RHUBARB for .... If you arc jti-Uinjr tired of meat trr fh for cbanpe. hate f-rxxl line of Freh and alt Kib. Pri"e ar m reamnablf a to male you monder hy you had not ordered flh before to nit the C"t of living HADIXX K. per ft t8c, oe ttp. jwr ft lac FFKMI HALIBUT, ft. . 40c, 4 tHVMl MACKEREL, ft..... 30c FINNAN" H ADD IE, thk jrnM yllotr, per IV t7C D art Stone aal E artyacaa T .f ewft Plaata, Larfe After Petted , TALK OF THE TOWN Clothing and shoes at reduced prioea at Lamorey's, Barre. . Mrs. Albert fcipeneer of Waterbury was in the city yeaterday on huainetta. A 10-pound son waa born May iJ7 to Mr. and Mrs. liernie Smith of Kast Barre. "That Wonderful Kid from Madrid" f Al Johnson), Columbia record, at Rus sell's. adv. Auction sale at City Auction Mar ket Saturday at 2 and 7:30 p. m. See adv. adv, A nine-pound son was bom May 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Kimball Cooney of 19 West street. Danes in Rowland hall every Wednesday and Saturday. Landi's or chestra. adv. ' All black and colored hats at half price at Miss Townsend's, 52 North Main street. adv. Mrs. F. G. Rogers of Richardson street went to South Royalton yester day, where she will visit. Hats to close out from $1.50 to $5. Ribbons, flowers, crepes, at one-half price. Mrs. E. A. Witham. Regular meeting of local 488, M. P. U., in band room Sunday, June , It 3:30 p. m. A. E. Milne, gee Alex. Straiton of Washington street has returned from several days' out ing at Highgate Springs. Mrs. F. S. Kent of Waitsfleld called on several Barre friends , yesterday while in town on business. Richard White of Newton street, who is employed as a state truck driv er, has been assigned to work in New port. Mrs. Isabella Smith of 81 Elm street left last nit'ht for Fort Jefferson, N. ' V., to spend several weeks at the home of A. O. Smith, her son. A farce and basket social will be giv en Monday evening in the parlors of the First Baptist church. Admission, 15c. Time, 8 o'clock. adv. Austin George of Dixon, 111, a for mer resident of Chelseu but who now is interested in the granite business in the West, is in the Barre district for a few days. Long-distance and general trucking: truck is also equipped to carry parties; will seat between 15 and 20 people. All pneumatic tires. Granite City Bottling Works. A leading hairdresser says she lias found nothing as good as Parisian Sage to cure dandruff and make the hair wavy, thick and lustrous. E. A. Drown sells the genuine. adv. Special sale of two-, three- and four burner Kerogaa oil stoves, the best in Barre. Largest line of new and see ond.hand ranges in Barre. Get prices. E. A. Prindle, Worthen block. I'go Valli, who is studying at a school of the Western Electric Co. in Buffalo, N. Y, arrived at his home at 3 Blackwell street yesterday, to spend a two weeks' vacation with his par ents. Miss Genevieve Sullivan of Cliff street, a telephone operator of the Barre branch of the New England Tel ephone Co, has gone to Boston to spend a two weeks' vacation with rela tives. Notice I Attention, Odd Fellows and Rebekahs! Annual memorial service in I. O. O. F. hall Sunday evening, June ft, at 7:30. Kev. A. M. Markey of Williamxtown will deliver the memo rial address. Mrs. D. C. Jarvia and little daughter, Sylvia, of 102 Orange street left yes terday afternoon for Burlington, where' they will visit a few days at Mrs. Jar vis' former home and then begin a journey ttf Des Moines and Panora, la, to spend several weeks with relatives. The committee which yesterday went to Boston to represent the Gran ite Manufacturers' association consist ed of the same three men who attend ed the previous conferences, viz. : At torney S. Hollister Jackson, James T. Marrion and George Straiton. Modern village home, about 20 acres of land; hot water heated; brick house with hot and cold water, bath, etc, fl rooms and porch. Could not be built for $rt,0OO. Barn, garage and shed. One of the mot.t attractive small places in the county and in a fine village. Own er leaving the state. Must sell before July 1. Price to move at once is only $3,200. Obtain full information from the D. A. IVrry Heal Estate Agency. adv. The third man to be brought before Judge E. L. Scott in Harre city court during the pant week on the charee of driving an automobile at a speed greater than 10 miles an hour on a main thoroughfare in this city was Quincy Perry of the Perry Automobile Co. The respondent pleaded not guilty. bail was fixed at $0 and he was al-1 lowed to go on his own cognizance. The warrant referred to May 2!. as the day on which be is alleged to have violated the state law. Frank Taylor of I.yndonville was brought into Harre city court yester day afternoon to answer to the charge of non-support of his two children, Hattie, ai?ed four and Fidora, ared three. Mr. Tav lor pleaded not guilt r and stated to the court that he 01 fered to support the children provided they live at his home in I.yndonville. but had refui-ed to support them when living with his wife at her home in Cabot. Bail was fixed at ?!00, but Taylor was allowed to go on his own cognizance until his roimel. Attorney Porter of the law firm of Porter, Wit " ters and Harvey of St. Johnnbury. could arrange with the court for anoth er hearing. Ale Mortimer", son of Mr. David Mortimer of the east lull, suffered a rather painful injury recently when 1 he a bitten by a wild bi.sr. The! following (ii!fil from a Philadelphia ; paper will le of interet: "The biocu-! lalor Jm-oulstor." a one ai -t.playlet.wa ' enacted in the original yeMefday aft- ernoon at the veterinsry college of the, T'nierity of Pennsylvania !th Aid' Mortimer, a student, and a wild hoar I as the principal. Mortimer. ho lives at 3fi!9 .Hsn'im street, w attempt ing to iwvAilate the Ixwr. The antmnl livf up to il prenomcn f.f "wiM." j It f-hwf-ted to the infection of the ton- : in. and diplaved its dipWaur by ! runnine a tuk through Mortimer's 1 right hand The fnl cur'ain" rng j d.iwn :!h Mortimer Iein2 bimelf n- nr'ilnted apsin't the hoar bite. He i i a junior at the v!l-ge. hame entered iter grfiiistinf frm Spsulding. j here he vrnvnent in athletMS. " TALK OF THE TOWN Special prices on tennis at Shea's. adv. Joseph Fraser of Ayers street left last night for Utica, N. Y, for an in definite stay. Dance, Moiitpelter armory, every Saturday night. Carroll's orchestra. A special car to Barre. adv. Myers S. Levin, manager of the Union Clothing Co., went to Burling ton last evening to spend a few days on business. The party who took a man's light brown hat, size 7 3-5. from the Ma sonic hall please report at the city clerk's office. Ex-service men take notice! The home service room in the Jackson block will be open Wednesday evenings here after, instead of Saturdays. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bishop of New Haven, Conn, arrived in the city last night to spend a week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Vania and family of Washington street. All children of the Universalis Sun day school please be at the vestry on Saturday afternoon at 1 :30 o'clock for a final rehearsal and to get places for the following morning service. Maurice Watkins, who for the past few davs has been in Boston on busi ness in" the interest of the Cook-Wat-kins Granite Manufacturing Co. of this city, returned last evening, having made the trip by auto. . Wendell Ahem and Fay Mnn, two Barre young men who have just com pleted the year's work at Harvard Dental college, are now employed as salesmen for the Fuller Brush Co. with headquarters in Bath, Me! E. W. 3isbee, N. D. Phelps, George Bona, A. a. j.amorey, .joiiii i..eiiv and Dr. J. H. Woodruff, members of the Mt. Mansfield Trout club, returned Wednesday evening from the annual outing anil fish dinner of the club. Andrew Guthrie of Tremont street has been managing the Montpelier house during the absence of the pro prietor, A. S. Sparrow, who with his wife has been vacationing for the past two weeks at their camp at Queen City park. Edward A. Greene, recently manag ing deputy of the Burlington district of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co, visited the Barre office yesterday be fore going to Marlboro, Mass, to ac cept the advanced position of super intendent of that district. A number of Barre men left to-day for Hanover, N. H, by automobile to see the Dartmouth-Tufts college base ball game this afternoon. Two of the parties consisted of James Brown, James Higgins, James Maekay, Har old Burroughs, John Hoban, Charles Sassi, Harold Batchelder, "Doc" Jones and Joe Weafer. Mr. Weafer s cousin, who is one of the Tufts pitching staff, yesterday won his game against the Vermont team with Duba as his op ponent. The work of remodeling the Tark theatre, it is understood, will begin Monday under the supervision of Earl Batchelder. Attention will at first be paid to the front part of the build ing, the Barre Drug company's apart ment, which, it is planned, will be com pleted some time early in July. This store will be located in nearly the same place as before, though before any oth er work is done the floor will be lowered to the street level. Hugh J. M. Jones of the Jones Bros, Co, elected as one of the state Re publican delegates to attend the na tional convention at Chicago, leaves Sunday and expects to be joined by the other 'seven delegates, Dr. H. Nelson Jackson of Burlington, who will lead the partv, Alexander Dunnett of St. JohnsburV, President John M. Thomas of Middlebury college, James Dewey of Qiiechee, Redfield Proctor of Proctor, Fuller C. Smith ,of St. Albans and George O. Gridley of Windsor. Prorl 1. Kurirent of East Barre. whose houe and larn were damaged bv rire yesteraay. siaica wnnj he was not decided as to what he will do with the property. The house was considerably burned out on the inside, and in the rooms, where the flames did not reach, the heat was so intense that the finish was taken off most of the furniture. Mr. Sargent was greatly pleased over the work of the Eat Harre and Harre fire departments as it appeared at one time as if the entire Born, June 3rd, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon. There will be a practice meeting of( the Fraternity Rebckah lodge next Tuesday evening, in preparation for , the initiation of Thursday evening, and . all the officers of the lodge are re- j quested to be present. i Messrs. Morrill and Zanleoni, drivers ; of tlie two Packard trucks that are now in use by the town on state road work, are rooming at Paul Monti's and , I : - 1 , , . , ooaiuing ui me retauuiaui. Mrs. Carl F. Robinson and daughter, Dorothea, are away on a vacation at I the home of her parents in Derry, N. H. Centenary Methodist church Rev. Alba M. Markey, pastor. Sunday serv ices: 10:45 a. m, sermon topic, "The 1 King Eternal." Special music. We wel come you to this season of worship. 12, Bible school. A helpful hour of scrip ture study for everybody. 7:30 p. m, union service in Congregational church. iUuiiday evening at 7; 30, important business meeting of all the official mem bers of the church. This gathering will be held at the parsonage. Tuesday eve ning at 7:30, Epworth'lcague; theme, I "My Favorite Psalm and Why;" leader, i Miss Marion Martin. You are invited, j Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, the first quarterly conference of the year in the vestry. Dr. E. W. Sharp will pre side. A large attendance is desireih Thursday evening at 7:30, song and fel lowship service in the vestry. The first in a series of addresses on "Closer Fa miliarity with the Life of Christ" will be given by the pastor. Clothing and shoes at reduced prices at Lamorey's, Harre. t--i xtnrrMBdtausfi 1 Pi wSEfiaEr . 1 r r.. Savings Campaign by Women's Club. Mrs. George H. Smilie, director for Vermont on behalf of the savings divi sion, first federal reberve district, spoke on the conservation program of the division at the annual meeting of the State Federation of Women's Cluba in Windsor, this week. The program is being offered to the women's clubs throughout New England, witha view to having them adopt it as part of their regular work for next winter, espe cially the section dealing with invest ments and practical economics. The savings division will cjo-operate by aiding the clubs in carrying out this program. This program is divided as follows: k I. Conservation of life The mother and baby, the child and adolescent, the adult. II. Conservation of public interests The community, the state, the nation. III. Conservation of possessions Time and energy, material possessions, money saving. IV. Conservation of investments Government securities, bonds, banking institutions, -o-operative associations. FOR PICNICS AND THE HOME 1 ASK YOUR GROCER MADE BY TheWHIPPLE CO. & KVriCK, MASS- ;iimimiiM"ni!!uiiiinni iiiiiirrrmnTrr WEBSTERVILLE Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod of West field. Mass, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. James Cummings re turned Tuesday from a motor trip to Springfield, Mass. They were accompa nied by Mrs. Joseph" Rock, who has been visiting relatives in Springfield and Boston for the past month. Leon Bickford left yesterday for an extended visit to Hallowed, Me. Mrs. William Appleby and little son of Springfield, lass, are visiting her father, Andrew McKeneie. Peter Shampou returned Tuesday from Windsor, where he visited his parents for a few days. E. fl. Nerney returned Wednesday from a business trip to Rutland. Clothing and shoes at reduced prices at Lamorey's, Barre. City Water Users. The water department expects to flush out the city water mains on Sun day, June 6. As the water will prob abiy be discolored during the flushing and for a few hours thereafter, house holders are advised to draw a day's supply of drinking water before 8 a. m. on this date. Sydney Lee Ruggles, Supt. GOOD GOODS Adams Co. coon SERVICE Special for Friday and Saturday " Children's Hats LOT 1 .J, ....,$1.98 , Prices up to $2.98. LOT 2 ..........$2.39 Prices up to $3.98. ALL BETTER HATS at.... 25 per cent off Children's Coats 25 Off All size3 3 to 16. Both long and short Sport Coats. Checks Velours Silvertones Coverts Mixtures SPECIAL -25 Discount on Ladies' Suits and Coats 1HS NO. MAIN i ST. The Daylight Store BARRE, VT. Gardner Clinton Wobnrn MjawwUt Kie, N. H. Barra, Vt EWFWEAHl property would lv destroyed. He also appreciates the kindncs of many neighbors in offering accommodations to his family. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WHITE FOOT WEAR AT SPECIAL PRICES AT SHEA'S SHOE STORE WOMEN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS Q Hfl Military and Cuban Heels, all sizes, worth $3.50; I H per pair w CHILDREN'S WHITE ONE-STRAP PUMPS- 4 fl( White Sole and Heel; just the Shoe for this I hjj weather; per pair IsUU KEDS, WHITE TENNIS OXFORDS- . Art Just received, two cases of Keds, White Tennis Hnl! Oxfords, sizes to 2; a bargain; per pair UUU There's one lunch ihatllikebetter ihan any other Post Ioasties are good anytime m WOMEN'S BROWN CALF GOODYEAR WELT n A OXFORDS Cuban Heel, worth $12.00, Special, M Mil per pair UiUw OUR BARGAIN TABLES ARE CHUCK FULL Shea's Shoe Store . The Woman $ Ready-to-Wear Shop At20Off Women's and Misses' Silk Skirts That Are Costumes in Themselves Much the better half of the summer costumes is the Skirt of shimmering Silk fabric. It matters little the type of Blouse such a skirt will make the costume. They are fashioned of the loveliest of Summer Silks Kumise, Kurn sa, Fantasi, Crepe Malano, Baronett Satin, Georgette Crepe, Pussy Willow Taffeta, Crepe de Chine and Tncolette, in Black, White and Shades and Combinations that s fashion able, at a Discount of 20 per cent on the dollar. SPECIAL ON HATS, at. .$1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $5.00 The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. II Jfetir. JSC FrrUr r;rf r-f M. W t,f . fj ' U' . jTe 4. at 7 p. m. Tlie Smith & Cumings Co., Inc. Bijou Theatre Entrant on Pearl St. Thru Showa Daily, a:is, 6:45. -3 PRICES: (including war tat) MATINEES! A!l OU4r lt EYEMM.S: A4.1t :. CKil4r It -To-day- Shirley Mason in THE fWEmsT CIRCVS f TORY EVER TOLD -HER ELEPHANT MAN" t 'Hi Aiv fin trr- it 11 mn4 K. MACRAE No. 10 Milci Bid. 'Phone 165-J-Where every purchase meana a savin Specials for Saturday SUITS. COATS AND DRESSES, all marked for Saturday's Scllinff at Quick Clearance Prices SUITS Regular values $50.00 to $55.00, at $39.75 gUiXS Regular values $35.00 to $37.50, at $25.75 COATS Few smart .Coats left to close out at once at One-Quarter to One-Third Less Than Regular Values. DRESSES Silk and Georgette Dresses, Saturday, 20 Per Cent Discount SKIRTS Wool Dress Skirts 20 Per Cent Discount WASH SKIRTS--See the special assortment of Gabardine Skirts at .S3.9S JUST UP ONE FLIGHT The amaU epeea roaaa a bit aaviig t y FOUNTAIN PENS that ARE the best Practically every member of the fam ily has daily use for a FOUNTAIN PEN. It is indeed a good sen-ant. For your protection and convenience, ob tain one of our Pens. They are the best. At from $2.50 to $10.00 Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street M . If. . i- 4. a. Alice Joyce in -THE VENGEANCE OF DURANir Saturday Bargains FANCY DAIRY BUTTER, ft- tC FASCY COBS, caa tsc FA$CY PEAS can. .5c; BEE BRAND TOMATOES, caa iSc LARGE BOTTLE CATSUP. .5t; CREAM CHEESE, ft 3c . M! ALL-AROUND FLOUR , SUf y AID RAISINS, r" Pkf, 5t: MINCE MEAT. pr k ealy 15c WrcPOST TOASTIEs! .5c; a pkCL KELLOGGS CORN FLAKES 5e SHREDDED WHEAT, pl. only ; SUNNYCORN, pw package onlv " j BOXES OF BIRDS EYE MATCHES for ic 3 LBS. of GRAHAM FLOUR. FRESH, for : 35C TEXAS ONIONS, per ft ' WESTERN ROUND STEAK, pr ft ! ROAST PORK, per ft $3$ WEAT TO STEW. BOIL. POT ROAST. FRANKFORTS, FRESSED. SMOKED AND BOILED HAM. ALL AT LOW PRICES. CALL AND SEE OUR PRICES. YOUT) BE SURPRISED! LOUIS ROMANOS TELEPHONE ..I W 59 FRCSPECT STREET GOOD VALUES Fresh Ejrps, cash and carry, per doz. 50c Macaroni and Vermicelli, in bulk, per lb. lac Evaporated Milk, Van Camp's, at store, 2 for 2.c Hulk Cocoanut, V, lb., 10c; per It) 3oc Cocoa in bulk at the old price, lb 3oc BAKERY DEPARTMENT Marshmallow Rolls and Cakes for Saturday. Rrown Bread and Baked Beans Saturday. Cream Bread, Raisins and Graham Bread. MEAT DEPARTMENT SATURDAY PRICES: Smoked Shoulder, lb. 2Sc Native Pork Roasts, per It) 30c, 33c and 3Sc Pork Sausape, lb., 30c; Beef Sausage, tb 2Sc Leps of Spring Lamb, per lb . 45c Native Asparagus, Bunch Beets, Lettuce, Wax Beans, Cucumbers and Ripe Tomatoes. FISH DEPARTMENT Sale on Froh Mackerel Saturday morning. Plenty of Clams, Lobsters, Halibut and Fresh Haddock and Cod A good time to buy Ginger Ale by the case. The F. D. Ladd Company J rnr . AntK tm ! w. j