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THE BAURE DAILY -TIMES, BARRE, . , VT., FRIDAY, , JUNE 4, 1920.
4 frak -mm 3 Homer Fitts Co., Inc. "The Store Where Quality Counts" A Sale of Dresses Woman Will Want to Share in These Splendid Values Here are Tricolettes Georgettes Taffetas Satins Voiles and Organdies Regularly Priced . from $12.50 up to $39.50 at These Special Prices 8.98-11.5049.50.2650 Their superiority is evident in their individual styles, workmanship, and in the excellent quality of the fab rics. But owing to a cold, backward Spring, we want to clear out the entire lot quickly, so each and every one bears a sharply reduced price. $25.00 to $29.50 Satin and Taffeta SILK DRESSES Reduced to 19.50 $35.00 to $39.50 Satin and Taffeta SILK DRESSES Reduced to 26.50 $32.50 to $39.50 Georgette and Tricolette SILK DRESSES Reduced to 27.50 $15.00 Voile Dresses Reduced to ' 11.50 BARRE DAILY TIMES MONTPELIER Friday, June 4, 1920. The Weather i lomir weatlier. followed by rain Into to-niclit and Nalunl.iv t moderaU i toniperitture, moderate nurtliettat to ;,wwt wind. TALK OF THE TOWN ox ford, fit ,J2 $12.50 ' Voile Dresses Reduced to 8.98 Every reduction is genuine and because of the demand which alwavs fol lows it is well to visit early a sale of this kind. WE HAVE A . FEW WOMEN'S SHORT COATS LEFT AT VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES ASK TO SEE THEM SINN FEIN SECURE MOKE POWER in Won Election in County Tyrone Ireland Various Election Trick. Were Revived. Bdftc't, Ireland. .Tune 4. A t re sult of county and diHtrict council elec tions, the Sinn Fein Nationalist Alli ance ha won control in County Ty rone for the first time.' In addition it has maintained iU hold on County Fermanagh by a majority of .V!. Keenest interest was taken in thee le'tion hecauHC lith cotinVies are in cluded within the Ul4er area outlined in the Irish bill now. before the Brit ish Parliament. Various election trick were revived, one woman flipjwisin;; herself and .votlnjr a her nwd moth er. 'Another' Vroinan i aail to have voted iM-ven time. The failure of the election peneralry in northern Ire land wa due to the ai'nHaniy trained by the Sinn Keiners over the followers of Kedmoiwl.' ' " ' ITALY WANTS MORE. Rhymei for Refiners. It u'd i-vunt that' day lout,' Or tery poorly pent, When" we don't mt the cost : f tuar up a cent. Boeton Transcript - Believes Its Share of Separations In sufficient. Paris, June 4. Premier Xitti be lieves that Italy's share in the indemni ty to be paid by Germany, as fixed by the peace treaty, is insufficient as Italy did not participate in the distribution oi (ierman colonies or in warships which were surrendered, says the Jlrftip. He has been in conference with isipnor Bertolini, chief of the Italian delegation on the reparations com mis - ion, relative to a revision of the terms. TURNED IN GOOD SCORE. AUSTRALIANS PROTEST. Against the Removal of the Anglo Japanese Alliance. London, .lune 4 - Renewal of theAn-plo-.lapanrse alliarjce is licing sharply criticized by the Australian press, says a Melbourne dispatch to the Kxclianpe Telcjrraph company. It is siu;(rested that the terms of the alliance should include a proxiso which would pre vent t.reat Britain from twin? dragged into a possible war between China and Japan, and newspapers there are in sisting upon tjie rirlit of Australians to control domestic legislation. Walter Hagan Had a 75 on Addington, Eng., Golf Course. Croyden. Eng., June 4. 1 he Ameri can professional golfers. Walter Hajian and Jiia Barnes, who will compete in the Knjrlish opan golf championship, had their first regular nractiee in the Women's white .Sliea-'n. adv. Clothing and shoes at reduced prices at Lamorey's, Barre. Arthur Johansson leaves to-day for New York on a business trip. JMrs. .Celeste Rosa and daughter of South Ryegate are visit jug Mrs.. G. Monti of 104 Smith street. The outing by the men of the Baptist i church, which was to have been held to night, has been postponed until next week. As I am closing Saturday, June 5, for the season, all hats sold far below cost. Miss M. M. Minnie, 04 Summer street. adv. Mrs. Clara M. Bishop of 16 Wash ington street left to-day for Johnson City, Y.. where she will visit her brother indefinitely. A farce and basket social will be giv en Monday evening in the parlors of the Jurat Baptist church. Admission, lot", lime, 8 o clock. adv. Miss Katherine Y'oung returned to day to Boston, after having spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Young of Hill street. William Leahey, the guest of Max Holden of South Main street for the ! past week, returned to his home in ) Fall River, Mass., last evening, .Mrs. II. 1. Moses, organmer of Moose l lodge auxiliaries, left thin morning for White Kiver junction to join tier hus- iiHiin. now riHiiimi in mar. unit nri- j ; f ci e - " - - ! joining towns. ' I Professor R. If. Jordan of Dartmouth j college, of the department of educa tion, has consented to make the prin cipl address at the graduation exer jcises of Spaulding high school next I week. Notice! Attention. Odd Fellows and I Rebekahs! Annual memorial service in 1 I. O. O. F, hall Sunday evening, June !, at 7:30. Rev. A. M. Markey of Willianitstown will deliver the menio- rial address. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith of Rum mer street, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Smith of Maple avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith who are here from Iowa for a few weeks' vacation, returned last evening from Greensboro pond, after a several days' camping at the W. I). Smith cottage. The regular Monthly business meet ing of the Barre Red Cross will be held at Aldrich hall Monday. June 7, i at 2:30. Report will lie given and necessary business transacted. The re- ' ports include one concerning the Red ( ros meeting in Boston anil .Miss r.v elyn Phelps will tell of her work in the Chelsea naval hospital. Everyone interested in Red Cross work is in vited to attend. An ofiieer of the I'. S. remount serv ice will be at the stables of H. M. Karn ham in Montpelier Wednesday. June I Itt, at 8:30 a. m., to inspect and pur chase ruling horses tor uie i nitea States cavalry. On the preceding day, Tuesday, June 15, the officer will be at the following places, South Royalton, ! a. m., Tunbridge, 10 a. m.. Chelsea, II a. m., Williamstown, 12, North field, 3 p. m. Mrs Phyllis Burditt, ast grand ma tron of the grand'ehapter of the Order of Kastern Star of Vermont, and her huband, who attended the convention in Barre during the pat two days, re turned to her home in Springfield to day. Mrs. Kllie Lines Chapin, most worthy grand matron of the national organization, who likewise was present at this convention, left today for Montpelier to make a brief isit be fore going to a similar meeting in Quebec, Canada. Three of the scheduled baseball games "if Spaulding high school base ball team hae been canceled during the pat week. Lyndonville Aggies were compelled to cancel both games because of financial ditliciiltio, and Waterbury high, which to hate played here to morrow afternoon, also found it im possible to meet the schedule. Man ager William ( lark endeavored during the past two days to arrange for a game with Montpelier seminary, since the.-e teams have played but twice to gether and each has lost a game. This was impossible, since the seminary team has a game scheduled for Sat urday, i he only game, therefore, in The. lust issue of the Montpelier seminary Bulletin announces the elec tion 'of Rev. George Redding of Mont pelier and Rev. George Martin of St. Johnsbury as members of the board of trustees of the school. These have oc curred since the Methodist conference Young Men's Suits SOCIETY . BRAND AND COLLEG ETOWN Clothes for the young man who is look ing for the smart things. The price is no higher than you will pay for in ferior goods. Let us show you. - iThe: Frank McWhorter Co. LOUSIANA MAY BE 36TH STATE. Committee Unanimously Reports Out Resolution of Ratification. Baton Rouge, IjuNfune 4. Bv unan imous vote the Senate federal rewdu tions committer reported out a reso lution providing for ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. The House Wednesday adopted a proposed amendment to the state constitution giving women the right of suffrage. of Vermont Second1 w ith fimldard sem inary, which begins at 3 o'clock. STAYED IN AIR 24 HOURS. Addington course here yesterday. Two four ball matches were played, in which i Barre to-morrow afternoon w ill be that D.. . j .. . .. . . ' . i . . i i . j . . inir pairca wnn Koss, the Knglish professional, while Hagan had Me Roome of the Oxford-Cambi idue golf ing society as a partner. Barnes and Ross won the forenoon round three up and two to plav, while the afternoon match ended all' sous re. The Americans made a much better showing during the afternoon, having familiarized themselves with the course on the earlier rounds. This was par ticularly true of Hagan who turned in a score of 75 for the afternoon round. was held. The statement reads as follows: "Rev. George A. Martin, pas tor of the Methodist Kpiscopal church in St. Johnsbury, has been eleteed to the board of trustees to succeed Rev. William Shaw, Ph. I). He was born in Guilford, Me., and prepared for col lege at the East Maine Conference seminary at Bueksport, graduating! from Colby College with the degree ol bachelor of arts. He' held two notable pastorates liefore coming to St. Jqhns bury. The first was at Rumford. Me.: the second, at Grace church, Bangor, Me. He was for several years a trus tee of the seminary from which he graduated. Mr. Martin is an exception ally strong man, who will render valu able service to the. seminary. Rev. George H. Redding comes to us as pas tor of Trinity church and as trustee to succeed Dr. Wesley G. Mead. He. was lorn and edui'ated in Indiana and, fol lowing his attendance at Taylor uni-; versity, was for 12 years in education-j al work. In, 1002 he entered the min-1 istry, being first associated with the North Indiana conference. At one time , he served as pastor of an institutional church at. Yorktown, Indiana. SJnce entering the Vermont conference he lias held pastorates at Hurdwick and Northfield. Trie work on the construction of the new barn at the city farm is advanced well under the supervision of Edgar, Francis, while Eugent Buck has com-1 pleted his part of the work, which was j on the cement foundation, and has j commenced work on Northfield street.) The new cement mixer which the sup ply committee of the city council) bought some weeks since, was put in J operation on the Northfield street job ', Thursday. Alderman Yet,t. chairman of the committee,' was there to sec how the work started oif. About a dozen little friends of Fran cis Carev gathered at his home ves terdav afternoon in honor of his birth day. Games and other amusements were enjoved by the youngsters and refreshments were served. Before leaving Master Francis was presented with several reminders of the occasion. George firandfield of Favston was in the city yesterday afternoon. Mrs. H. M. Farnham returned last evening from attending a meeting of the Federation of Women's Clubs in Windsor. A daughter was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Foley. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Kerin, who lived for many years in Moretown. K. H. Tracy and H. C. Lawson have commenced sawing their logs on the farm. They have some 200,000 feet to be cut out and. like many other man ufacturers, are finding it difficult to se cure men to assist them. There were t'i automobile accident reports received at the secretary of state's office this morning, nearly all of which indicated accidents in the western side of the state, with a few in the southern part. E. S. Brigliam, commissioner of ag riculture, has returned from Boston, where he has been atteuding a New Knsrland dairy conference. Miss Lena' Ross, deputy probation ofiieer, arrived at the ollii-e to-day aft er a visit to several places on child problems. Rev. A. W. Hewitt of Plaintield was in the city last evening. The following cases have been en tered in the county court: Barre Sav ings Bank A Trust' Co. vs. A lie Jacobs; John iJanjohn vs. Capital Ins. Co. The report from the veterinary rel ative to hog cholera that has been on four farms in Middlesex to the state agricultural department. i that the malady is on the wane and that tiere is no likelihood of further spreading of the disease. J. E. Riley, jr., of the state for ester's oflice i in Sharon superv ising the fighting of the white pine blister rust which is on the state farm and in other forests in that section. Governor P. W. I lenient went last evening to l.vndonville to meet the ! other member of the hoard of control at the Vail school. Harvev- K. (hmhIcII, i who has been in Windham county this week, meets the board there, while the other members gather from the differ ent portions of the state. They will meet here to-morrow, airording to the information given out lt week. The interest on the I'nited States flJMIO N BUY (GOODS CO ahbi.n " "lifl .SERVICE SATISFACTION SATUMPAY SALE OF ' ' WMtte Wasttn kM A big purchase of 250 Wash Skirts (all manufacturers' samples) enables lis to offer you this remarkable bargain. Fnnue QeaMy llific Trimmed with finest quality large pearl buttons. "Regular value, $5.00 to $6.00. All sizes. ' . - , Saftorfay at $2.95. You'll be surprised at this value. See our window display. THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY 1 deposit nionev is being paid to the state treasurer. This is due before j July 1. I-ast year only one town paid j up its deposit fund. It was Peru, the j amount being 4r4.8X. leaving 103 towns which still have the use of these funds. A revision of the allotment occur shortlv when it is expected Lniany towns will pay up the money. P. P. I.amsou of Randolph will re ceive notice this afternoon suspending! the use of his automobile operators license because of reckless driving. His tar ran into a' team, killing the horse I and throwing the occupants of the! wagon into the road. The secretary j of state this morning stated that no i report had been received of the convic tion of Samuel Kelson of Bennington j for exceeding the speed limit, but that i an investigation is under way. 1 Thus far the district highway com-) missiotiers have made 40 reports of j poor roads in the different sections of the state and Mr. Carpenter, a clerk in the highway department, is prepar ing a statement which will be mailed to tourists when they want informa tion as to bad roads. This mean that if there are had roads in a town the tourist will avoid that town for they do not.wsnt to travel over poor roads. In this' section there are reports about the slide in Williamstown gulf, 80 rods of road construction in Barre Town; construction of a bridge in Barre City, l construction of a wall on Northfield street in Montpelier and some 13 rods. of construction in Berlin. Only 8 Shopping Days LEFT TO ATTEND THE Big Over Stock Sale AT THE Union Clothing Company BUMPER WHEAT CROP Has Been Reported From British In diaArgentina Corn Good. Washington. I). C, June 4. A de natche to the department of agriculture to-day from the International Institute of Agriculture at Home, said the lWOi production of wheat in British India! would be 3rt4.fXHl.OtiO bushels, or 130.1 j ner cent of the 1!H0 moduction and: 10:1.4 per cent of a five-year average ini4-ltIS. " j The IIL'O production of corn In Ar- ! gentina w-a estimated at 25S.6!t2,00O bus!.!s. or 115.4 per cent of the lfll! production and 1.12.1 per cant of a five year average, 114.101. The condition of cereals on May first was average in Great Britain, Ireland, Kranre. Hungary, Portugal, Kgypt. and Morocco. There was drought in South Italy and in Algeria. Don't fail to take advantage of the wonderful values in Men's and Boys' Clothing, Furnish ings and Shoes of this sale. Good saving opportunity, just when saving should be appreciated. The Sale will close Saturday, June 12 Union Clothing Co. The Big, Busy Union Store the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY French Airplane Goliath. Broke World's Record. . Paris. June 4. The airplane tottiath, piloted by Lieutenants loMtrot sad Bernard, broke the world's record fir Continuous fl.ght to-day. The airplane was forced to discont iiiue its lion stop trial only after it had remained in the air -4 honrs. 10 miiiuten. neven sec onds, covering a distance of 1.015 1-5 kilometres. The lioliath tUn etablihed what are claimed to lie record for I.OtKt and !,"00 kilometres, making the former in II hours, 'J minutes and .'Ml seconds.! and the latter in ltt hours, 54 minutes eight seconds. The flight was made at K.tampes, ! near Paris. The former record for1 oontinuoii flilit was held by the Orman. W. ljindtnann, who remain in the air 21 hours. 4H minutes, 40 ec- ; onds in June 1'.I4. i MINISTRY OF LABOR. New Department ia the Italian Gov ernment Decreed By King. Rome. June .1.- King Wtor Km H'UMSHED ROOMS TO RENT At S I. . , I h KWWM.M- . ... - I I .V 1 KOR SALE- A few kwhnb at t... r.rn M.intatn pottnni : K E. Pmrd c .. ran- VI.; tel. 7-M U TiS. i? . . .2R,w "L" 5A, E "" irtisnnrl to-dav signed a decree creating. ! t.. to 1.4O0 It... earn: J. A. Snv .: i.i i Berkley Hill., ! 1 LOST- Few dars acn. Knirhta 1 rmhUm wKirh charm ; regard T I 'men office. ssiif.w AIl-armiMf inartunvt: Grant' st i i: i r If IrnnwM take charge of t ministrv of lalmr and public welfare. minUter of labor, will the new department. O'lr Tnot Cl. tel. 1-W. WANTED AT ONCE A FEW MORE GOOD CHOPPERS ALSO some crsckim; e;oon jobs or CITT1NG AND f KinniNG SOrT Cort ! tMBEK TO LET STAFFORD & TINDALE i. h orRiri,E. v.r. TLAINHELO. VT Aa Johnnv T Illustration. What r an anecdote. ake, the In. her. -. short, funny tale." anerr the' little (rllo. i "V'''e ripM." sa d the tra.h.-r: "and. Ikis, .lobnnj. yoti may wrfte rn the Mckh.rd a eentem-e ca'ainitiff the ,.rd- ' i J.rPV hcilae.l a i't and Ihen rte: "A rabb.t ha four irt and rr an'lote. 1 it Hits. Good Trades for Saturday Concentrated Tomatoes 3 cans for 25c Canned loganberries (Fancy), per can ...... 45c Canned Kaspberries, per can 33c, 40c Canned Blueberries, per can 30c, 40c Canned Pumpkin, per can 15c Canned Beets, per can 20c, 25c Canned Egg Preserver (1-qt. can), per can . . .'30c Minute Tapioca .- 2 packages for 25c Silver Corn Flakes 3 packages for 25c Ovar Cocoa (quart jar), per jar : . 40c Buttermilk Soap 5 cakes for 25c Potato Chips, frch lot, per package 10c Bulk Macaroni and Spaghetti, per lb 13c Don't get left on Tomato Plants. Clicquot Club. Beechnut and Harvard Ginger Ale. Grapefruit, Lemons and Oranges. MEAT DEPARTMENT SATURDAY SPECIAL: Frcjsh-Madc IVrk Sausage, per lb 25c Home-Cured Bacon; Strip, per Ib 35c; Sliced, 45c Smoked Shoulder. Boneless, per lb 33c Pork Roasts, per lb 30c, 33c. 38c Western Beef Roasts, per lb 33c, 35c Leg of Spring Lamb, per lb 45c Whole Forequartcr of Imb. per lb 35c Veal Pot Roasts for Saturday, per lb 20c Native Fowls, per lb 50c Native Asparagus. Celery, Lettuce, Radishes, Cu cumbers, Parsley, Wax Beans. Rhubarb 10 lbs. for 25c Finnan Haddie, per lb f 15c Hoimhton & Robins i Go Prepared To Enjoy Your Motor Trips AVE yoor own Varttw Porn OtTriT frr water for coffer for milk or irr-rol 1 Irmonade. t fare a rrfrrthing drink whrn yon want it. Tbrn the LrncN Baiarr the- jry an4 ewjrty of the day's trip making you independent cf time and d;tartre. Tbce and all other motoring erenrie are fecia;!y displayed thi week. Come in anl are what we ra upply yon with to make your lowtoriof taore camfortablc and enjoyable. C. W. Averill & Co. the WWCrt.fSTSR Toiie 1 EASTJURRE i V.tl-irf and H at re4 rd pn n at I '. Barre. ! -v :z ur-f. Ij'I PstT opera" r"Vl-e. t"B'1. tisilv-. . Or ad I 2. ar taa u !uW. ! 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