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THE BAKHK DAILY' TIMES,- BARHE, VT., SATUKDAV, JULY 3, 1920.
, 2 Homer Fitts Co. Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts" 1776 192 July 4 th 'a 1 S ii - - III I I III!' OUR GREATEST NATIONAL HOLIDAY each year brings us a deeper ap preciation of what Liberty means. 'q One hundred and fourty-four years have passed since the, signing of the Declaration of Independence. J They have been busy years years of progress in all fields of endeavor. f Our patriotism has been tried time and time again and never found wanting. It is because our high ideals never waver that we can hope for just as many achievements in the years to come. BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920. The Weather Showers to-nftfht; Sunday fair ex cept . showers in extreme eastern Maine; J warmer except on the east Maine coast; IreKh shifting winils. TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN D. TV. MacDonald and his son, Wil liam, left this morning for Milton, h?re they intend to spend the holi day fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gale and fam ily left this morning for their summer cottape at Groton pond, where they will spend the greater part of the summer. FELL FIFTEEN STORIES. John Stuart McKaig Killed in New York To-day. Kew York, July 3. John' Stuart McKaig of Montclair, X. J., was killed liere to-day when he fell to the side walk from the loth floor of the Yale club, where he was a guest. An investi gation failed to disclose wether the fall was accidental. His wife is thought to be spending the summer at Hyannis port, Mass. Horse Races Waterbury Fair Grounds-July 5 Four Good Races Including Major Deen, 2:17, Hector King, 2:1414, and Grand March, 2:19'i. Races begin at 1 p. m. Base Rail Game following the street parade, at 11 a. m. Waterbury vs. East Barre. Admission. 30 cents: auto mobiles, 50 cents. TALK OF THE TOWN O. J. Howes of this city left this morning to spend a short time in Hart ford, visiting friends. All stores, memlers of tfie Barre Re tail Merchant' Association, Inc., will be closed all day Monday, July S. Miss Fox of Kast street, the mani curist, is away for a two weeks' va cation in Sherbrooke and North Hat ley. P. Q. Victor Grignac, clerk in the Homer Fitts Co. store, leaves to-night to spend the week end with' his parents in Franklin, N. H. Miss Grace Morgan of Prospect street lias gone to Newport to spend the holidays with Miss Dorothy Price, formerly of Barre. For 24 hours beginning at one min ute past 12 Sunday night all manner of fireworks will lie on sale at John Cleary's store, 309 North Main street. adv. Miss Margaret Ritchie and Dodge Sowles of Berkley hill, who motored with Vrs. Palnie'r of Burlington to Bethlehem, X. H., returned to their homes last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fortier, and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Grcgoire left this morning for Old Orchard, Me., where they will stay over the holiday. They are making the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Carr returned to their home on Camp street yesterday from Meredith, N. H., where they have been spending a few days with Mrs. Kdwards, Mrs. Carr's sister. George Hunt, Civil war veteran, and former resident of Barre, arrived last night from Bennington to spend a few days visiting old friends. It is his in tention of eimiing to Barre in the fall to spend the winter. . The prices on the big boxing match at Intercity park Monday have leen lowered from $3.30 to S2.20 for reserved seats. The promotors are trying to please the fans and ask your whole sup port, they have secured the best boxers possible and the overhead expenses are large, sn com out and help the boys to got at least get an even break. The management of the Barre A. A. baseball tram believed this morning that the baseball game scheduled to be played this afternoon at 3 o'clock with the Graniteville A. ('. team would have to be cancelled because of rain. The in tic Id of the diamond is now in ex cellent condition, having been levelled off yesterday with the city scraper. You must certainly require something from our line to observe properly the Coming Holiday Suits, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Soft Collars, Neckwear, Union Suits, Hosiery, Dust ers and Belts. If your vacation includes a trip out of town, you will require some hand baggage. Frank McWhorter Co. Visit the Tildcn Shoe Co.' new store in the Currier block. adv. Dance, Woodbury pond, July 3; Aguinaldo's orchestra. adv. . Holiday close at hand. Select a new hat, fresh stock. Mrs. Shepard Store, Inc. A big line of new 10c" music , just placed on Bale at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Roy Lamoud, of East Barre com menced work at the Hooker store this i week. Mario and Adalmo Dunghi of Buffalo, N. Y., are visiting friends in Barre for a few days. William Blanchard, a student of Al bany Business college, arrived at his home in Barre to-day. . All stores, members of the Barre Re tail Merchants' Association, Inc., will be closed all day Monday, July, 5. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Douglas and daughter of Tremont street left to day on an auto trip to Greenfield, Mass. Rev. D. C. Huntington returned yes terday from Troy, N. Y., where he offi ciated at the funeral of a former par ishioner. Rev. B. J. Lehigh, who has been at tending the Northern Baptist conven tion in Buffalo, N. Y., returned to Barre yesterday. Miss Adeline Merlo of 33 Granitf street returned from Boston this morn ing after a several days' visit with relatives there. Miss Lorai e Loranger of 104 Sum mer street left this morning for Hud son Falls, N. Y., where (the will spend th? summer with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. La France of Wa tertown, Mass., are visiting Mrs. La Kra lice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wallstrom of Essex street. H. B. Tenney of Sanford, Me., is a visitor in Barre. Mr. Tenney has sold his business in Sanford, -but as yet has no plans for. the., future. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fortier and son. Wilfred, of Bcckley street and Mr. and Mr. G. L. Grcgoire of Bank street left Friday morning for Old Orchard, Me. Mr. and Mrs. lon O. Saunders and two children flf Binghamtoif, N. Y., visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Saunders, of Trow hill. ,' Mis Elsie Bruya, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Bryua of 10 Maple Grove street; went to Middlebury to day to spend a vacation with her grand parents. . Forrest Batchelder, employed by the Standard Oil company in Schenectady, N. Y., arrived in the city to-dny to re main over the holidays at his home on Hill street. ' South Barre plays the east hill team at the Lincoln school campus Tuesday afternoon at 5:30. These are two good teams and ought to play a fast game. Everyl)dy turn out. Chief of Police James Sullivan wishes to warn automobile owners that their cars must not be parked on any street In the evenings without having lights on the front and rear. . , Miss Zora Ottaneli, Miss Angie Frat tini, Mr, and Mrs. John A. Hedburg, and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. (rarrett go this afternoon to Joe's pond to pass the holidays at the Hedburg camp. Mr. and Mrs. John Slocum of Iowa, who scnd the summers at Washing ton, D. ('., came here yesterday to re main two weeks w-ith. their daughter, Mrs. William Olliver, of Park, street. Dr. Howard Slocum, an osteopathic doctor of the Kirksville, Mo., School of Osteopathy, is stopping with Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Martin and family at their summer home in Williamstown for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Waldron Shields of East street left to-day on an auto trip through the White mountains and ilfs tined for Portland, Me., to attend the Maine centennial celebration, now le ing held there. Miss Delta A. Collins, a teacher in the Bellows Falls high school, who has been visiting A. K. Camptwll of North Main street for tlie past week, left yes terday to spend the remainder of the summer with friends in Hyde Park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles t.at lair of Summer street, accompanied by Mis. lair's sister. Miss F.li.abeth Brccn, and Mrs. M. J. Casey of I'ndcrhill. left here by automobile for a week's plea ure trip through the White niountaitis. Harry Sanders, representat ive rf the Adler & Sons granite manufactur ing plant, so well known in Brook lyn, N. Y., the home nfrW head'pmr ters. has returned to Brooklyn after passing two dars in Barre and vicin ity. Thomas Magner, superintendent of the Metropolitan Insurance company of Burlington, and assistant superinten dent Frank Coughlin and wife, also Mrs. Bernadette IViry, motored from Burlington yesterday and viaitd Mis Mayabelle Stacy of upper Prospwot street. Carroll C. Smith of New Haven. Conn., a mining engineer employed at research work for the Miami Copper Co. of Ariiona, arrived in town last evening to spend the week-end holi days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W" 1). Smith, of 80 Summer street. D. A. Perry returtwd yesterday from Mansfield, Mass., where he conducted, an auction sale of pure bred rattle for1 Walter M. lAwney,' the millionaire chocolate manufacturer, at hi coun try home in Mansfield. Eight head of pure bred stork, including young and matured rows sold at no e than -I." priee of $4.V) per head; and 32 head of matured coys sold at no less than a head, while some soared to T2-V X!r. Terry was assisted by T. S. Wmxl, ped'gree expert, of Springfield. Mass. At the regular meeting of Cobble Hill grange, to be held Tuesday eve ning, July , the committer ha endeav ored to arrange a patriotic program, which wifl be as follows; Patriotic jverture, Klla Ihe!ps: reading. Earl Winter; reading. Vivian Baker; vocal solo. Ida Dirkie; conundrums. Mrs. NeNHi; reading. Ijrtr Batchelder: viol' -olo, Marjorie Smith: informal taik. Harold Bancroft: patriotic med- ' ley. .. Ruth Veino. All grangers are cord ally invited to attend this oieet- i in TALK OF THE TOWN The. July Victor records are now on sale at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. () s Sou will find the Tildcn Shod Co. m their new store in the Currier block. adv. Krnest Lafayette of west hill has gone to Nashua, N. If., to spend the holiday with friends. Abbie Alvord of F.lm street leaves tt-night for Northlicld to spend, the holiday with relatives. Mrand Mrs. Otis Cutler and daugh ter, Marjorie, of Haverhill, Mass., are spending two weeks at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Cutler, of North Main afreet. Long-distance and general trucking; truck is also equipped to carry parties; will scat between 13 and 20 people. All pneumatic tires, (iranite Cite Bottling Works. OaJl 718-M or 74-V. Special sale of two-, three- and four burner Kerogaa oil stoves, the best in Barre. Largest line of new and sec ond. hand ranges in Barre. Get price. E. A. Prindle, Worthen block. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Goodfellow have returned to their home on Spauld ing street from Ryegate, where they have been spending a few days at the home of Mra. William Nelson. After returning from an auto ride last night, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Carey were very much surprised to find about thirty friends to greet them at the home of her sister, Mra. A. C. Moore. The affair was in the form of a fare well party, as Mr. Carey leaves next week for Newark, N. J., where Mrs. Carey will join him at a later date. Vocal solos were rendered by Mrs. A. C. Moore, and piano solos by Mrs. Grover Caven and Kna Moore. Kdward Bruce presented Mr. and Mrs. Carey a cut. glass water set, for which Mr. Carey responded, expressing the grati tude he and his wife felt foi the kind ness which their friends had shown them at the time they were to leave.' Light refreshments were served during the evening and the party broke up at midnight. Mr. Carey resigned his position as manager of the Woolworth store of this city yesterday, a position which he has held for several years, and has accepted a position as sales man for the Federal Motor Truck Co. of Newark, N. J. The community chautauqua will be held in Barre July 5-9. Canvassing for the sale' of tickets is progressing nicely, and a big sale is predicted, as the entertainments to be given appear to be particularly good. There are con certs by the Madrigals, tlie Venetian Serenadcrs, the Beacon Concert com pany and a grand double concert on the closing day by The Cremonas. There are lectures by Alexander Cairns on "The Goose That Lays the Golden KgifS," by Percy Allen on "The Fu ture of Devastated France," by Dr. E. K. Violette on "Americansim, the Goal of History," and by Louise L. Mclntyre on "Keeping in Trim," while John i'obin will give a lecture-concert the last dav on "Anglo-American Mu sic." On July fi Maude Willis will give a recital of "The Fortune" Hunter" and on July comes the big play, "Polly of the' Circus," by the Metropolitan Plavers. For these- event the season tickets for adults are 82.20, includ ing the war tax. Single admissions a'e in most instances' 5c for afternoons and 75c for evenings, so all will prof it by obtaining season tickets. The junior chautauqua will be conducted as usual, season tickets costing $1.10. in cluding war tax. Be ready when the canvasser calls to purchase tickets for the whole family. Tickets can be ob tained at Tilden'a Shoe store. Bell A Houston's, the Barre creamery, Pae's insurance office. adv. MONTPEL1ER r . To-morrow night will be the closing session of the Montpclicr . Seminary Kpworth League institute, which has been in session this-week and' which has been well attended, dome new faces appearing for the last three day of the session. .The programme for Sun day morning will beV tt:30, "Iistitute Ixive Feast,"- Itev. G.-H. Redding; ser mon, Rev. J, M. Gage; 3 p. m;, "Life Work Service,", seminary parlors, ' Rev. W. E. Hayes, who was a. chaplain in the a rm v, ; 6:45, devotional service, Miss Madge Warren; 7:30, . "Institute Communion Addross," by Rev. Freder ick Palladino; "Parting Words and Good Night ' Song," by Dean Kelley. Last evening Mr. Gage spoke upon "Is Your Life to Be a Mission or a Career?" while during the afternoon groups went to different beauty spots, including Benjamin falls.' To-day the; usual protrramme occurred in the morn- incr and . this afternoon , a : field, day , takes place with everyDoay expecxea 10 take part. This evening will be "stunt" night for fun and relaxation but at 7 o'clock a , recognition service will take place followed by the presentation of diplomas. Torry Hill of Middlesex has sold hfs home farm in that town to Michael Pembroke of Montpclicr, the considera tion being, about $3500. Nils -Larson has sold his house on Kent street to Charles Parker. Mrs. John Duncan, of the secretary of state's office, is-in'Heaton hospital, where an operation was performed on her throat. Comolli Jones company- of Barre have reported to the secretary of state that a minor accident occurred to their truck because of steering gcSr trouble. June 30th. while J. C. Benson! of Stowe reported that a dog ; was! killed. Mason S.' Stone left this morning for Grafton where this afternoon he sneaks at a memorial service at which General Edwards and ' John Barrett j will be present, H. T. Johnson, adjutant ; general, has also taken the trip and; will be one of those representing "the state in the exercises. The Little Woolen company of North Montpclier has filed with the secretary a certificate that the company desires to increase its stock $4-),000, making the capital stock now $150,000. Miss Mary Kane, the -district nurse, is taking a month's vacation. bl. H. Chamberlain of Laconia, X. H., has commenced, work a clerk in the Pavilion hotel. He was formerly sim ilarly employed in the Tavern at La conia and preceding that, in Massa chusetts. 1 - ' . UNION BRY (GdDOPS CO. SERVICE SATISFACTION i NIGHT 1 3C aUst-W 4-k Sale Sale Contiuues All Next Week THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY GRANITEVILLE Grand Fourth "of July celebration at tiazeley's park on Monday, July 5, un der the auspices of the quarryworkoiV union. No. 12. of Graniteville. All kinds of games and sport, including two baseball games. . Morning game, Gran iteville vs. Moretown. at 9:30, and afternoon game, Graniteville vs. Barre Electric club. Everybody come and have the time of vour life. Painters, Attention! EAST BARRE Grand Fourth of July celebration at Gaieley's park on Monday. July 5. un der the auspices of the quarry workers' union, No. 12, 'of Graniteville. All kinds of games and sports, including two baseball games. Morning game. Gran iteville vs. Moretown, at . 0:30, and afternoon game, Graniteville vs. Barre Electric club. . Everybody come and have the time of your life. Local 185, painters and decorators, will hold a special meeting Tuesday, lulv tt, at 7:30 p. m. in carpenters' hall. All members are notified and re quested to attend. A. M. Stafford, K. 8. Warning to Celebrants. Watch your step! Do not pull in a fale alarni while celebrating the Fourth or at any other time, and if thinking of doing so be remindful of the excessive fine and costs of court before attempting it. Do not build bonfires. Watch where you throw firecrackers and be sure to keep them distant from basement windows, windows, or about old buildings. Let's all help the fire department ly an mince, or more if you wish, of pie caution. It's for your good as well as the next one. WEBSTERVILLE Grand Fourh of July celebration at Gaaelev's park on Monday, July 5 un der the auspices of the quarryworkers union, No. 12, of GranitevilU-. All kinds of irames and sports, including two baseball games. Morning game. Gran iteville vs. Moretown, at 9:30. and afternoon gamct Graniteville vs. Barre Electric club. Everybody' come and have the time of your life. . The trucks will meet at the Epis copal church at Websterville at 8:30 Julv 5 to carry the Sunday school chil dren to Woodbury pond. Anyone else wishing to go will be welcome at a very low price for the trip. Come and have a good time. BETHEL The man arrested in Barnard Thurs day morning and taken to the county jail by Constable I. D, Davis of that ti wn, proved to be a man named Wood ward, who esaped from the stati pris on at Windsor last Tuesday night. On discovering his identity, officers took him back to the prison. He was ar rested for the alleged theft of a horse, belonging to R. H. Luce of South Pomfret. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Greene of Med ford, Mftfs., are guests at Dr. O. D. Greene's. Maurice B. Wyllie has bought a share in Roy A. Abbott's general truck ing business. Rain interfered Vart'y with the chil dren's rhautaugua parade last eve ning, but a large number marched down the. main street and hurried to cover before the storm burst. Mrs. Caroline S. Hatch and Miss Alice Bundy are with relatives in Nashua, N. H., for a visit. Miss Ruth Kribstock of Stiskbridge is assisting Mrs. A. H. Spooner in her housework. Simoneau Bailey has recovered from a hard illness. His great -aunt, Mrs. Etta Byam, of Montpelier assisted in his care. TOOLATE TOjCLASSIFY WANTED Table girl. Ban City opHlj; FOR SALE OlTEXCHANGBfW itT pn!- erty In Barre City: mall Tarm of about in srrts, on main road, two mile J"1 depot, church, storm nd mile from school ; huildlnaJ in aood eondition : tooi ' bush of SO tret, pertly equipped: this a nice rittr farm; eUo has fine itrmia-nt hen hooe for 2il hen : running bouse and bam : G. H. took.. Barre. VU 4t XR SALE-TVo-trnement hovioe. with rr- otn and rollina ball: occupied now by Roncorni : must be sold at once. Ca da vtndene: r r due famislie: ln oulre of Roe Hrusa. BoUwr Place, 4t' W ANTED AT ONCE -A school trirt to aa- int In housework ; Mra. E. A. Fnndle. 6 Keith aveJiue. . .. . 4tl LOSTBlack leather foldinar porkbook on electric cars Friday evening-, containing sum of mon.y. reward; finder plemse leave at Times office. 4t3 Clansmen ate requested t Irate their due cards with finan cial secretary fr eetni arausl aud'U rer order ad:tor. NIS1 Sm Low, straierif-linrfl " d lustrously finisher!, thr se new mod!i ire distinctively Scripps-Booth in design. Their appointment include many exclusive and unusual refinementi which add to th comfort and convenience as well as attractiveness of a motor car. The Scripps-Booth six-cylinder valve-in-head motor develops ample power for all conditions. It is simple, flexible and very economical in ' casoJine and oil consumption. The Ion e, flexible sprincsand 115 inch wheetase insure greatest possible riding comfort, yet provide for a , short turnine radius. These new models are designed, machined and built in the new ScTipps-Booth factory. They manifest the advantages which result from ideal production facilities and dose a&luuooa with many of the largest motor car builders. H. F. CUTLER & SOX Souta Main Street. Opp Fir Statioa Telephones Salesroom, 730; Sen ice Station, 633-M Quick Aids First. to go with Firecrackers 4 An emergency outfit is a very necessary equip ment for every home, traveling bag or trunk. COTTON BANDAGES PLASTERS ADHESIVES GAUZES ANTISEPTICS OINTMENTS PEROXIDE Something you must have now, if you or the young sters are to bother with fire-crackers. It is hard to tell when such goods are required, so you had better keep a stock on hand at all times. We sell a most complete line of emergency needs. Drown's Drug Store 48 North Main Street You'll Find There's Luck in the Right Fishing . Tackle WE have piven a grrat deal of attention to selecting the kind of Uckle that brings home the fish. Here are the most successful Lures strongest, best wearing and least conspicu ous Lines smooth running Keels for hard rceKods that properly combine elaa . ticity and power Landing Nets, etc. Let us fit you out for good luck. C W. Averill & Co. THE WMCffMTSR STORE