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T,li.E.. BAliUiu VAiLX TlAiiS, BAlUiiS; VT., FRIDAY;, J 25, ' 1920.
Its Homer Fitts Go. Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts" Saturday at-9 A. M. will begin a Sale of Silks High Grade Quality On which the manufacturers are losing money and we are 'sacrificing profits, other ' wise such prices would be out of the question, for, as every well informed woman knows, these are the lowest prices she has been able to buy first quality silks for, in a long time. Some silks have been very much cheapened quality in order to quote a lower price. in Every piece of silk -in this sale is strictly up to standard and every value just as represented. TAFFETA SILKS 3(5-inchc8 wide, color are Dark Brown, Navy Blue and Black; $3.2j val., yard MESSALINE SILK 36-inches wide; Black only, very soft and lustrous; $2.98 value, sale price, yd., BLACK CREPE DE CHINE Splendid quality, 38 inches wide, $4.50 value, sale price, a yard BLACK CHARMEUSE A rich, deep Black, superb quality, 40 inclics wide; $H.OO value, sale price, yd.. BLACK SATIN A quality that is very desirable on ac count of its lustrous finish; 36-inches wide; $4.25 value, sale price, a yard..'.. 2.19 1.98 2.79 3.98 2.69 Misses' Middy Blouses Specially Priced for Saturday 1.49 Just the thing for vacations, outings and playing out of doors, as they can be washed over and over again, for they are made of splendid quality white cotton jean. Summery styles with short kimono sleeves and neat black ties; sizes 8 to 20. GRAMTEV1LLE Baseball Saturday at 4:30 at Wil liamstown, Tosi's academy vs. Wil liamstown. Dance in grange hall after the game; benefit Toei's Academy Ath letic association. adv. Danre, Chelsea, Friday evening, .Tune 25th. Land i 's orchestra. Hood floor, good roads, good time. adv. Miss Minnie Plunkett of Whitefield. X. H., is a curst in the home of .Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell. .lohn Coxon went yesterday to Or leans to join Mrs. C'oon and the chil dren, who have been with relatives dur itifT the past two weeks. On Sunday they will po to Canada to make an in definite stay. On Tuesday, Miss Frances McWit liams entertained Miss Wilnm Kireh er, Miss Sue Kennedy and Frederick Kayan, all of New York City, and Ed ward MfMahon of Boston. Miss Kiron er and Mr. McMahon are rei-ent gradu ates of Ooddard seminary. Miss Ken nedy and Mr. Kayan are students at Columbia university. Mrs. Charles (ialc and little son of Littltnii, X. H., are visiting friends in town. The Bible class of the Presbyterian church and invited friends will hold en outing in (Jazley's park Saturday aft ernoon, when a pleasant time is antici pated. It is evicted that the annual picnic of the Sunday scluxil will he held in the course of a few weeks, the time and place to lie announced later. WEBSTERV1LLE lance. Chelsea, Friday evening, .Tune 2."th. Itndi's orchestra. tJood floor, good roafls, goon time. adv. "The Whirlwind' is to-night. adv When it comes to pep. punch and ac tion, it's "The Whirlwind." adi. BARRE DAILY TIMES Friday, June 25, 1920. a K tt a a a 79c CANDY SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Liquid Cherries, per lb , Peppermint Patties per lb 69c Try our Delicious Home-Made Ice Cream: Chocolate, Vanilla and Strawberry Flavors BARRE CANDY KITCHEN IXC. The Home of Pure Candy j a s3a8ss3caa43a3assa4a&aa4::::na I Summer Clothing Arc you prepared for the hot weather?' We have anticipated your wants and have in stock: OUTING SUITS STRAW HATS ' CAPS SHIRTS HOSIERY AUTO DUSTERS Let us show you The Frank McWhorter Co. The Weather Fair to-night and Saturday; moder ate temperature; moneraie winus most ly northwest'. TALK OF THE TOWN You don't want to miss "The Whirl wind." adv, "A few more hats at a big discount Mrs. E. A. Witham. Frank Carr of Hard wick "was ir Barre yesterday on business. Automobile stall to rent for the .uini mer. Central house, 28 Pearl street. adv. Hugh Murray of GranHeville left to day for Springfield, Mass., to visit relatives for a week or so. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kenerson of Church street are visiting Ralph Ilop- Kins oi t,Rooi tor two weeks. Tzzie Greenfield of 8t. Albans is stop ping with Charles Arnholm and other Barre friends for a few days. Mrs. Charles Gale and son of Little ton, Xr. H., are visiting friends in Granitevillo for a week or more.' iienry rasoia starts to-nignt on a two months' - itinerary through the west in the interest of the Excelsior Granite Co. Misses Jessie and Annie Taylor and Gertrude Cnyia left this morning for Kethlclietn. N. II., where they have em ployment tor the summer. William H. Goodfellow of Spaulding street lett tlim morning on a business trip through Plaiufield and Marshfield, and intends to spend the week end with his daughter,, Mrs. Xelson, in Rye gute. Mrs. Josephine Giudici of Beckley street, a , touriht in her native land, Italy, or the past several months, dis embarked from the steamship Canople in Boston yesterday, according to a telephone message received, and is now visiting friends in Milford, Mass. - Miss Albertine and Miss Leona Bis- son of Fast Barre returned to their home yesterday from Mount St. Mary's academy at Burlington to spend the summer vacation. With them also re turned their brother, Rosary Bisson, a student at the University of Vermont. Word has been received in Barre of the marriage in Claremont. X. H., yes terday ot -Miss lame Nichols, em ploved until recently in the Citv buk ery, and Daniel Casselini. also of Barre until the strike ' in this city, when he left for Claremont, where he has been employed in the machine shops. Mrs. John Merrill of Prospect street accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Allen -Gale and family by auto to Groton pond, where they will spend two weeks camp ing. Mr. Gale is now taking his an nual two weeks' Miration from duties as chief draftsman at the Jones Bros. Co. granite plant. While working at the Zanleoui build ing Wednesday afternoon, F. D. Cof fin had 'the misfortune to go thrunc.it the first floor to the basement, a dis tance of 10 feet. Mr. Coffin was carry ing his tools and a jack-screw at t lie time and without warning tjie floor ing gave way. In his fall he bruised his right arm and broke a rib. His in juries necessitated the- service of Dr. Drew and he will be unable to resume work as a carpenter for several days. One hundred members of the Univer salist Sunday school enjoyed an auto ride and basket picnic yesterday aft ernoon. The outing was under the direction of the Sunday school super intendent. Homer C. fcadd of Orange street, and the Snndav school teachers. The cars were furnished by various members of the congregation. The trip, lasting all afternoon, included Xorth fleld, Xorthtield gulf and Williams town. Jfiss Alexin Deans of 4.1 BrooUlvn street, employed as a waitress at the Central cafe on Pearl street, suffered a set ere shock to her nerves, a bad bruise to the right side of her head near the eye, and burns to the right arm and forehead when a kms fv plo sion occurred at the restaurant this morning alxiiit 9 o'clock. Mr. C. K. hittemore, proprietress of the cafe, and the employes of the restaurant were working in the kitchen when a strong gas odor was discovered. Th voting ladv in mention went to exam ine the burners of the oven, which Mrs. Whittemore believed she had lighted. Jnt what Miss Dean did U not known, but she hail no sooner reached the outer kitchen than a severe ex plot-inn shook the entire building bud caused employes of the dye factory and others thereabouts to investigate its origin. It is believed only one of the two burners of the gas oven bad leen lighted and the escaping e from tlip second undoubtedly caused the ex plosion that burst open the doors and knocked Mit-s Deans to the floor. Xu flames remained in the oven when the other employes mme to assist the young lady. A doctor was summoned to care for the unconscious victim and after being treated at the physicians ijh-r was taken to her borne. Her rtyht hand was burned slightly and the hair on the right forehead singed. ! (can, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ieans of 41 Brooklvn street, as planning to leave for Bethlehem. X. II.. to night to lie employed during the summer months at the Sinclair house, as a waitress. TALK OF THE TOWN MONTPELIER You going to see "The Whirlwind?'' adv. William Bieen of Boston is the guest of Barre friends. A son was born at the Barre City hospital this morning to .Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur Shannon of Kirk street. William K. Howell of Kaston, Pa., is stopping at Hotel Barre while in town on business connected with the granite industry. N. Hnbib of Prospect street returned from Maine this morning, where he has been visiting friends for the past few days. - Simon White of the retail granite firm of Simon White 4 Son of Clays v file, Pa., is passing a few days in the Barre granite belt . Mrs. Martha Keyser of Xorth Haver hill, N. H., returned to her home to day, after being the guest of her daugh ter, Mrs. W. Stowe, of Walnut street. Elwin Honsinger, a graduate of Spaulding with the class of 1919, passed through the citv last evening while en route from Kirksville, Mo., to Sugar Hill, X. H. Mr. Honsinger is a student of osteopathy at the Kirks ville Osteopathic college. Tony and Joe Soloman, Mike Mur ray, and John Tash have returned from their trip to Burlington and Newport, where they have been visiting menus for a few days, and will spend a short time in Barre before returning to their homes in Frovidenee R. I. Edward Glysson, son of ex-Mayor and Mrs. E. C. Glysson of Perry street, who has just completed the sopJiomore year at the University of Vermont, left tins morning lor camp jievens at, Aver. Mass.. to attend the R. O. T. G. camp during the coming six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Owen, Mrs. Annie Julian, Elmer Crawford of this city and Miss Vita G. Van Xess of .Montpelier lett oy aniomouiic to-aay for Burlington, where they will be joined by George Julian, ft student at Middleburv college, and they will pro ceed to Highgate Springs, where they will be in camp at the Uu Key cot tage over the week end. The annual peonv, or, more properly. the annual flower show, held tinder the auspices of the Barre Woman's club, opened this afternoon at i o'clock in the Averill building with one of the grandest collections of (lowers ever seen in Barre. Flowers of all color and varieties had been carefully placed in vases and were occupying much of the space in the apartment formerly inert by the F.astern Kstate Tea Co. Women of the club were very busy this morn ing making ready for the, show. Mrs. William McKarland, Miss Marion Beck ett of Willianistown and Miss Carrie Whec lock were the judges to award the prizes to the owners of the flowers dis playing the best qualities. Quit in teresting to the judges was the bril liant display representing the Italian district of this city. The collections may be reviewed at anytime between 2 oclock in the afternoon until 9 o'clock in the evening, on both to-day and Sat urday. Before closing to-morrow eve ning the flowers will be sold over the counter. Governor P. W. Clement has given Fred Bradish, who was for some years a resident of Montpelier, a pardon, and Bradish has left the state prison. He was sentenced to the state prison from Burlington about three years ago, having been found guilty of charges which hail to do with the misappropri ation of funds, and was given about a flve-year sentence. Bradish came of a good family and lived during his younger years in Montpelier. Later he was connected with the. telegraph of fice in Burlington and became a man of considerable standing in that com munity. Members of the city council have received from Mayor H. C. Shurtleff cards vindicating his safe arrival in Omaha, Xeb., and stating that Irving Cobb and ex-Ambassador James Gerard are in his party there. Mayor Shurtleff and Miss Maude Shurtleff, his sister, are on their way to San Francisco, where Mayor Shurtleff attends the Democratic convention. , V. II. Bickford of Bradford was in the city yesterday in conference with E. S.- Brigham." ." Thomas A. Keith of New York City was in the city yesterday and called upon the secretary of state. He repre sents a newspaper syndicate, G. F. Dempsey of St. Albans, con nected with the auditing department of the Central Vermont railway, was in the city yesterday on railroad busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Thelan of Lud low stopped in the city Thursday. Mrs. A. A. Btebbins of Maiden, Mass., formerly of Montpelier, is visiting friends here. Stanley Howell of Boston is visiting with Philip Howell, his brother. j J. W. Bates yesterday settled hisi account in probate court in the estate' of Hannah and Frank Bclding, late of! Moretown. j Harry A. Black, secretary of state, : was in Morrisville Thursday afternoon: investigating the Smith-Gray accident that took place on the road between Stowe and Morrisville last week. It occurred on a straight road. The front! end ot the Smith car and the rear end of the Gray' came together, tinning the! Gray car on one side in the ditch and dumping the occupants of the machine into the gras. lhey escaped serious injury UNION' BUY GOODS CO. SERVICE-SATISFACTION FOR THE WEEK-END PuMay ''arid Saturday Specials Women's Gauze Union Suits Sleeveless and lace knee, sizes 38, to 44; regular value 75c For Friday and Saturday, , - 1 59c each PERRY FAMILY REUNION. Mrs. G. H. Parmentcr is here beratwe Was Held Yesterday t Elmview Farm in Plainfield. The fifth annual Perry reunion was held at the old homestead, V.lmview farm, in Plainfield Thursday, June 24. About 00 people were present. After a basket lunch served in the grove and followed by plenty of it cream, an ex citing baseball game was played bv the men with Carl Perry and Byron Wright as captains. The score was in favor of the latter. Those not in terested in baseball engaged in other amusements, the young ladies partici pating in a "stirring" game of croquet. In the afternion a business meeting was held, with a short program. The following officers were elected :. Presi dent. Theron C. Perry; x ice-president. J. Frank -Perry; secretary, Mrs. Ahme Corliss; assistant secretary, Mrs. Charle Blanrhard. The address of welcome was given by Theron Perry, and response was by Daniel A. Perry. Jhe former noted that since the last reunion there had been three death-, four marriages and six birth-. Two couples present celebrated their wad ding anniversaries yesterdnv. they lie ing Mr. and Mrs. i'arl M. ferry and Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Spragu'e, the for mer of Barre and the latter of Brook field. ; A regular meeting f I. O. Formers in Wortlirn hall Friday evening, June at 7:80. j-t all members be present . Per order reording (wvretary. EAST BARRE Dance. Chelsea, Friday evening, June 2.'th. Lnndi's orchestra. GkI floor, good roads, good time. -adv. Carroll Cline of Fast talais spent the week end at the home of M. W. Aiken. Mrs. Bert Di and Mrs. Charles Cochran f Plainfield were guests of Mrs. M. W. Aiken the first of the week. Mrs. H. W. tlark of Orange and Mrs. M. W. Aiken were business visitors in Barre Thursday. rif fhe tturtmia ill, int.. U I I v..:it ' --. ..... ........... .,,,,v? v,, j,, ,tiii t,i . Worcester. , j The young fellows and the older; men of the Xational Life Insurance CH ; played a game of baseball on the sem- I inary campus Thursday afternoon! which, in nine innings, resulted in a j score of 11 to 11. The game will be played off at a later diite. Henson j and Jayne were battery for the older i players, while Hill and Shepard were! battery for the young fellows. Mrs. M. E. Austin of Burlington,! deputy probation officer, was in the city yesterday afternoon bringing with j her a child who 'has been under treat-: ment ut a hospital in that city audi who has been placed with a family in I Montpelier until a more permanent home is secured. Mi.-s Lena Ross, deputy probation I nftii'pr u-enf this uffitrmuin f Johnsbury in connection with 1,1 tate officials in 'connection xvith an wor( j effort to have a special session of the J. G. Frattini has been appointed l,v iK" "pe ei,ll,,(1' the probate court as administrator of Women's Black Cotton Hose Slight seconds of a regular 50c Stockings. TJiese special at 25c paip Children's Fine Rib Black Cotton Hose These Stockings sell to-day at 59c in the regular way. We. offer them in slight seconds 39C White Voile Waists . - - . This will be your last chance to secure one of these handsome Waists at just about one-half their real value. Less than 10 doz en left for Friday and Saturday, long or short sleeves, sizes 36 to 46. Actual $3.00 values. Priced at each Big Values in White Wash Skirts and Wash Dresses for Friday and Saturday THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY E the estate of Oramel (Togston, late of Montpelier, while Mrs. Emma Tilden of Koxbury has been appointed execu trix of the estate of Harry W. Tilden. late of that town and guardian of George R. and William B. Tilden, her children, and children of the deceased mentioned above. thief of the fire department, V. B. Persons, is suffering with cracked ribs as a result of a line of hose throwing him about Thursday afternoon. It ap pears that he was "flushing" out Worcester branch t cleanse the stream in the business section and that a stone rolled under one foot, throwing him off his balance, so that with T0 . .i, urti.les of association as sob pounds pressure on the line he wnsi,,, ))V ,hc Kandolph Savings an 1 tiirown agium-t a board that stuck I ...... B,:(K.jHtin has been received from the attorney general at the sec retary of state's office, so that the company may now commence doing business. Only five automobile accidents were reported today to the secretary of state, tlic smallest numlier in 'some time. These included Irwin Brown of Moretown. who reported that his tar collided with that of another at 'he Ileaphy farm recently. He was driving otit of'the Heaphy farm yard when an other car. rapidly driven, came over the railroad crossing, hitting Mr. Brown's tar. Its number was J. M. Kelley of Morrisville and H. G. Shaw of Bethel renort a minor acci dent in Hyde Park at the entrance of j a narrow bridge, little tlamage oeing lone. The approval of the attorney general Correct. A short time ago in a certain town a lecture was being given on the evils of drink. The hall was packed with ardent supporters, but a few malcon tents had managed to slip in at the back. "Yes," thundered the lecturer, '"al cohol has ruined our country and has slain its thousands; but when has bright, clear water caused the death of anyone, I ask you? When?" Then, as he sat down, from the back of the audience a gruff voice answered: "When he couldn't swim, guv'nor! Am I right !" Pearsons Weekly. from a pole, with the result that his ribs were cracked. The rliishing of the stream was done for sanitary pur xwes ami it improved conditions ,on siderably. Mrs. Lillian OI.eiidani and Mis Ann Batchelder, who are connected with the effort to get a secial session of the legislature, were in the city last eve. iimg for a conference with different Cape Candor. Sign in a restaurant "Our mince pie is delicious but not too rich to be indigestible." Boston Transcript. Saturday Only TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY OR S ALE - F!t-trtl sk. Ultra ritar S!r i m .' n..i tM.tfwT ,. uiarkherrifi, 40c. at U.rr. :tf ( an Corned Beef, I c, at .1c Rest Hread Hour, 'i sack $2.1.1 Best Hread Flour, 'i sack 4.2.j Larce 33c bottle Ketchup .32c Red Salmon, 3Sc, at . . .35c; 'ink Salmon, at 23c Clams. 2(lc. at ISc M Shrimp. 2."c. at 23c Can Corn. 20c, at IKe Can Peas. 20c. at 18c Can Blueberries, 3,"c, at . . .33c ,...3sc 13c . fic .33c, .ISc .30c .21c .39c v 2( 3 for 27c WASTED AT OSCE Onm flrrt-rW MllZ Mtistard. 1 SC, at . iF .trerc 7U lalCnCS T" rOH RAI.E On imml rf Inmmr ". Kfd Star Tea. 35c pkg. hwihnn. ,0 fl. 14 Imm, I ntr. It..-,. rktrkrM. fiir1 1 Ifca vm; I vts ' KlCe. per In , tr-lr sW ftr 4 .Vlor... .if ; All OOC . MI CTS , . . . . I OR SAI F. Frsir fern . rsil t Tt (ill. ptT JTSllOn nL h. i w. :a Bet Creamerr Butter . BOY. IT. WOI I.D I tKE TO LEARN r.f!. j " ; . i a (rariite offm; kMiw ' B, - 1 iTUneS. IT).. Z.C. 31 . . . . ip"- - .. . ... - u Itabbitt'a Soap swot u-rs to rriMiHi lortT; iNaphtna Soap . .3 IOT ZtC r.rTl.w A " --: Orances. do 90c. at 0c lfOI N .i. m. . r,;i u hir, I , i Frrh FeiT. Aoz. 33c i hj i. w if j u f ns' Bread lfic TO liFM- 4-ti oVrst ; r. ! . i ,J l, ' w rann: Mrs. C. A- Cfearthfi. It i ' c-M -. 'uj Ul-T-J.v 1. tsraksU.lf mm .k t trsst. n. to- s rmMiiM trs , f , wir 11 T mi t : i? I Ol'ND ---mrkrr s )tk batlwr ta k mmrm ; rm i at Tnn 4 fmt fs 4H. ShetH. U Good Trades for Saturday My-T-Fine, per package 15c Minute Tapioca 2 pkjrs. for 25c I'rmier Salad Dressing per bottle 20c and 45c rreole Salad Dressing, per bottle 20c Seeded Raisins, per package 23c Prunes, large size, per lb 25c and 2Sc Evaporated Apple, per lb 30c, per pkg., 35c Canned Apple, gallon cans, per can G.k Armour's Mincemeat, per pail 10c Py-Lrmon 2 pkgs. for 25c Siurar, per lb 21c A few 100-lb. bags of Sugar at $23.75 iJrown Sugar, per lb 23c Clicquot and Harvard Ginger Ale by the bot tle or the case. 3Ioxie. Dexter's and Cross' Bread. . MEAT DEPARTMENT SOME OF SATURDAY'S SPECIALS S Fresh -made Pork Sausage, per lb 25c i i ir o il o. rrcsn-mnuf oauxiuv -cv Ixgs of Native I.amb, per lb 40c Forcquarter of Native Lamb, per lb 30c Veal Pot Roasts, per lb 21c Roast Veal, per lb 35c and 38c Pork Roasts, per lb 33c, 35c and 3Sc Native Fowls; per lb 50c Pacon Strip, per lb., 35c; Sliced, per It) 45c Boneless Smoked Shoulder, per lb. '. 33c Corned Pigs' Legs.per lb. . . ;. 10c Corned Pork Spare Ribs, per lb 20c lettuce, String Beans, Wax Beans, Bunch Tur nips, Bunch Beets, Bunch Carrots, Ripe Tomatoes, Green Peas. t. The Woman's, Ready-to-Wear Shop "VOtLHtllflll ' figure LaResista The Corset of. Distinction Every woman glories in "youth." Thus, La Resista Corsets fitted with Spira bone command her admira tion. See how Spirabone bends. Imagine the free dom it gives. All in the patented weave. And as for style! La Resista, because of yielding grace; be cause of superb design, gives natural style. Back or Front Lace for every figure. Special for the first corset worn, and special corset for stout figures. Corsets fitted free. Silk and Cotton Underwear See our attractive line of Silk and Cotton Under wear. Silk and Cotton Hosiery. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Sft---'- ,3 j; ..in :' . '' I ''.ft Gilbert's Store, CRAMIEVILLE. T. Houghton & Robins owing Machine M Repairs We have Sections, Rivets, Guards, Guard Bolt?. Knives, for Deering, Osborne, McCormick, Wood .nnd Buckeye Machines, Hay Rakes, Guaranteed Scythes, Snaths, Forks, etc C. W. Averill & Co. xnc WfflCJfSTAttir& 3