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THE BAItRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920.
Wood Finish Metal Beds The. newest thing in the bed line, made by the Simmon's Bed Co. They are more substantial than wood, and have the same appearance. . Beds in Oak, Mahogany and Wal nut. Metal beds of all kinds. Cribs for the Kiddies Large and small Clothes Hampers A very convenient article for any home. Baby Walkers To teach baby to walk. A great help for mother., Waste Paper Baskets A size for every place and .use, made of a WOOD FIBER com position that is UNBREAKABLE and FIREPROOF. B.W. Hooker &Ca UVPEHTAKERS BEST UT-TO-DATl MOTOR AMBULANCE 8ERVICB Citr rU tun M bon-drivta n;buUncs diteo t rsaaaoaM ff" AT RUSSELL'S RED CROSS PHARMACY Klenzo Antiseptic ' Rexall Medicated Soap, per cake Rexall Toilet Soap Rexall Lady Fair Castile Soap 2550c 25c 15c, 3 for 40c 15c, 3 for 40c Talcum Powders 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 Kodaks, $3.33, $4.58, $5.90, $9.49, $11.25, $10.26, - $12.67, and up to $24.64. MOTORS A Power Partnership When you buy a G. E. Motor you go into part nership with a concern which gladly makes your power problems theirs. "Service to G. E. Motor users" is the slogan. You buy more than a-motor, if you specify G. E. you buy power insurance. May we estimate on your motor needs. Barre Electric Company Tel. 98 Barre Montpelier Electric Co. Tel. 26 Montpelier "For Your Electrical Wants' Ready lor Yoe HALIBUT 4245c HADDOCK 1518c COD 1518c MACKEREL 32c HADDIES, per lb 18c SWORDFISH ,. 45c Salt Fish COD BITS 20c COD STRIPS 30c 1-tb. pkg. COD 30c 1-tb. box COD 32c SALT SALMON - l&20c Fresh Vegetables ! Native Green Peas, Bunch Beets, New Cabbage, TALK OF THE TOWN Children' Ked tennis, 98c. Shea's. Co-operative creamery meeting Sat urday night. All come and sign up. adv. . . Meeting of St. Andrew's club in their rooms to-nifflit at 8 o'clock. Per or der secretary Frank Williams of Hartford, Conn., is visiting relatives in this city for a week or more. Rev. Alvi Smith of Ludlow has re turned to f home after stopping with friends in Barre for several days. Miss Florence M. Dunlap of Provi dence, R. ., is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. P. M. Parks, of Franklin street. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Weaver of St. Albans returned to their home yester day after visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dunbar for a few days. W. A. Vcnable, formerly of Barre, and H. A. Guyer of Manchester, N. H., are here in Barre installing a number of Ingersoll-Rand compressors. Karl E. Parker, of 'Jersey City, N. J., formerly of Barre, is renewing ac quaintances in this city, being accom panied by his son, Robert Parker. Dialmo Buzzini of Milford, Mass., here for the past two weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Checchini of 29 Maple avenue, returned to-dav to Milford. William E, Blow of Lebanon, X. H., here for the past two days visiting his sister, Mrs. Addie Covey, of 55 Washington street, returned yesterday to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ruddy and three children of Wallingford are vis iting Mrs. Ruddy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, of West Patterson street for a week or ten days. Mrs. (Jrace Brown of Dover, N. H., the guest of Mrs. Dora Aldrich of Jef ferson street, returned to her home to day, accompanied by Mrs. Aldrich, who goes to spend a few days with her. In yesterday's account of the meet ing of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Clan Gordon, reference was omitted to a reading by Mrs. William Black and a vocal solo by Mrs. William Kaughton, which were much enjoyed. Marshall J. England and M. Walker Jones, traveling representatives of the Jones Bros. Co. in New England and other eastern states, registered at Ho tel Barre. this morning, to remain a few davs while visiting the Barre of fice. ' ' A. Massif, while erecting his new store and home which will set partly on the site of the present structure, will occupy the vacant tenement at 57 South Main street a part of the old South End hotel. Mr. Massie began moving into the temporary quarters yesterday. The United Stores Company of America completed arrangements to day for the opening of a branch store in Barre. This branch will b opened and run in connection with the Barre Drug Co. store in the new Park the atre building, now under construction, and it will be under the management of the same drug company. Further particulars of the accident which befell Beckley Meaker yester day are that he ran into a pedestriau, and not a wagon, as stated in yester day's item. He was approaching' from the northerly side the temporary bridge on South Main street when one handle bar of his bicycle hit Dan Os sola in the aide, throwing wheel and rider. Ossola and Xero Cardini mad Meaker as comfortable as they could until Mr. Olysson came along and took him in his car to Dr. Lazell's. The management of the Barre Ath letic association was this morning com pelled to send out fliers announcing the cancellation of the game between Granby and the Barra A. A. team which was- to occur thin afternoon at Inter city park, lest many workmen journey to the park after work to-day to be disappointed. Not until 11 o'clock last night was word received that the Granbv team could not reach here in time for the game,,the message then coming from the manager at Farnum, r. Q., where the team played yester day. An aerecraent for a Saturday game with this team could not be ac cepted since the Barre team is sched uled to meet at the Intercity grounds the American Woolen company team of Winooski at 3 o'clock that after noon. The latest device in service to auto mobile onep lias jiift arrived at the Lane-Davis service station on North Main street, and is one of the bent method"! of service put into us in this city. It is a Romort air and water station. An iron post but a few inches in diameter and about seven feet high is jointly connected with an unlim ited supply of water and air, which may be had by patrons without charge. From the uppermost part of the post extends a small iron rod and air hose, connected on a swinging joint to en able connections to be made on any side of a car very easily near the curb ing. The water hose is connected just below, thus making possible the work of filling tires with air and radiator mith water at the same time by a sin pie person. This vuh'anixing es tablishment contemplates installing a gasoline tank aNo to increase its al ready largser supply of automobile accessories. JAPANESE LOAN IN U. S. 100,000,000 Yen Wanted to Finance South Mmchurian Railroad. Tokio, July 21. Baron Takahashi, minister of finance, announced in the houe of peers to-day that loan of 100.000.000 yen for the South Man churian raiiroad probably would be floated in the I'nited States in the near future. Foreijrn finiter I'chida. answering question during the same session, de clared the American shipping law doubtless would materially affect .Isp anee shipping interest, but that Ja pan was prepared to take the wisest step t meet the situation. AMERICAN FENCING TEAM. ! String Beans, Green Peppers, ! Cucumbers and Bunch Onions, j Native Red and White Currants. j SWAN'S DOWN PANCAKE FLOUR 50c I The Smith & Cumings Co., Inc. Will Be Made Up of Four Men from Army and Fits from the Navy. Xew York. July '11 Jeorire H Breed, 'captain of America's fencing team in the Olympic pme, to-day announced the final make-up of the team, which includes four men from the army and fie from the navy. Profeor F. ' DarrieuUt, feccin? mas ter at the Washington Fencer' club, will accompany the team to Antwerp as ctiarh and intrwlr. The tesm includes William If. Rus sell of Bton. Notice, Polisher. Regular meeting Barre j Iishera' brarxh. fi. C. I. 'H be held tsir hall. Nichols M-ik. Thursday fi'mitj. July iZ. at 7 o'cl "k- Irrp-rtait rj.i e. W. G. Pine, TALK OF THE TOWN Attend Shea'a big shoe sale. adv. Dance, Woodbury pond, Friday, July 23, five-piece orchestra. adv. Second-hand Emerson piano for sale cheap at Bailey' Music Rooms. adv A few more song books now on sale jtt 10c each by Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. " Hats to close out for $1.98 to $3.00. Store will be closed Aug. I. Mrs. , A. Witham. Snyill vlctrolaa for your home or camp now ou sale at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv, . Special sale of two, three and four burner Perfection oil stove. E. A, Prindle, Worthen block. A regular meeting of St. John's court, C. O. F., will be held Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Dance, gymnasium hall, Graniteville Thursday, July 22; Carroll' five-piece orchestra. Dancing, 8 to 1. Admission, $1.25. adv. Long-distance and general trucking; truck ia alao equipped to carry parties', will eat between 15 and 20 people. AH pneumatic tires. Granite Cite Bottling Works. Call 716-M or 746-W. Regular meeting of Hiawatha lodge, So. 20, I. O. O. F., on Thursday eve ning, July 22. The lodge will have as their guests about 50 members from Hartford lodge, Hartford, Conn. Sup per will be served at 0 o'clock and at 7:30 the first degree will be con ferred. All members of the order ara cordially invited to be present, es pecially visiting members. A large attendance i anticipated. For Sales At 30 Averill street, 10 room house, bath room on first and second floors, electric light, gas, wide piaua on two aides house, shade trees, large barn, garage, chance to keep hens; small piece of ground, for garden; splendid location, five min utes' walk to street cars, postoffice and business section; fine neighbor hood, near Currier park. Room readi ly rented and bring regular income. House could be easily and cheaply converted into three separate apart ments. Fine proposition for anyone wanting home and income at same time. George L, Morris. HARDWICK Misses Bertha and Grace Prieux of Middlebury are guests of Kathleen Sweeney. Miss Helen Williams is taking Flor ence Miles' place in the A. and P. store. George Loud waa a visitor in Bur lington the first of the week. Mrs. M. J. Murphy of St. Johns bury is in town, for few day. Chesley Stewart finished work in Sullivan Toggery and is now work ing for Fred Letlair. Albert Gresrory and wife of Spring field are visiting ber parents. Mr. Edith Mix and grandchildren are making an extended visit with rel ative in Middlebury. Walter Crandall of Wichita, Kan., is spending hi vacation with hi mother, Mr. Mary Crandall Arthur Cheever is visiting old friends in town. Mr. W. Whitney of Chelsea is vis iting at the home of her son, Lee Whit ney. The work on M. J. Sullivan private garage was begun Tuesday at his new home on Church street. Dr. Allen of St. Johnsbury, assisted by Drs. George and Crane of this vil lage, performed a very serious oper ation on Mrs. Alexander Scott at the Hardwick hospital Monday. She is do ing a nicely as can be expected. Mrs. C, T. Pierce ha returned from Burlington, after a few days' visit with fur Wheeler, who is attending the summer school there. STRAFFORD The remains of George B. Andrews, who died in California July 2, were brought here for burial from the home of his sister, .Mrs. John Darling. In terment was at Evergreen cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Gardner and Mr. and Mr. Charles Gardner of Seekout, Mass.. were at G. M. Moore " for a few davs last week. Mrs. Margaret Gos ff New Haven, Conn., is with her mother, Mr. Lena Crarv. H." L. Hatch and daughter of Ran dolph were in town Saturday. G. M. Moore was in White River Junction on business Saturday. J. L- Barrett was called to Chelsea last week on grand jury duties. .lohn W. tkrdon of Barre wa a re cent visitor in town. Ernest Bruce of Claremont, X. H.. spent Sunday at hia-home here. Mrs. H. A. Stickney has her house well filled with aummer guest. Mrs. If. H. I'dall entertained her sis ter and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wood, of West Lebanon, over Sundar. The'L. C. ffayes farm has been sold bv the Mrout igrwr to (harles Caul field of British Columbia. Charles Dockham of Chicago called on acquaintances in town last week, after an alrsence of 40 years. tieorge How land joined his wife and daughter at Hiram Fulton' on Tuesday. When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink Instant 0STUM t 'There's a Reason I YOUR GIRL'S APPETITE VVhen your growing daughter' ap petite become fickle and she shows a desire for sour, starchy or chalky arti cle look after the condition of her blood. If she i pale and languid, nervous, without ambition and irritable her blood is unable to meet the demand made upon it. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a specific remedy for the form of anemia, or lack of blood that afflicts growing girls and proper treatment with these pills will not only correct the trouble but prevent it from progressing into a worse form. During her 'teens a girl lay the foundation for her future health. Lack of blood at this time may rob her of robust, healthy womanhood. It i of the greatest importance to administer to girls who grow pale and weak a afe, aon-alcholic tonic and Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills meet every require ment of the most careful mother. Dr. Williuns' Pink Pills make the blood rich and red and enable it to carry renewed health and strength to every part of the body. These pill are recommended wherever a tonic ia needed. , Write to-dav to the Dr. William Medicine Co., Schenectady, X. Y., for the free booklet, "Building Up the Blood." Your own druggist sells Dr. j Williams' rink Pills or they will be ; sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, 00 cent per box. Adv. BETHEL C. Frederick Hayes and his son, Leonard Hayes, have returned from Springfield and have room at Mr. Lucy Paine'g. - Mis Julia Miller went Tuesday to visit her sisters in Manchester, X. H. John W. George has returned and is working at the Woodbury Granite company's sheds. He has stayed by the granite trade during the local slump, working most of the time in Xcw Hampshire and Maine. Charles M. Angell and Robert Mid dleton have been elected delegate from the local leather workers' union to the national convention at Lynn, Mass., in September. The funeral of Mis Aino Miettinen wa held at the home yesterday at 9 a. M. Rev. J. Wesley Miller ofliciated. Mr. Hilja Pullinen of Quincy, Mas., came to the funeral. Burial wa at Cherry hill cemetery. Mrs. Elmer Barnes, her daughter and two grandchildren, all of Rochester, are visiting at K. H. Chamberlin's. Mrs. Clara Averill of Randolph and Mrs. H. J. Cbadwick of St. Albans were with friends here yesterday. Mrs. H. R. Brownver and her chil dren are in Detroit, their former home, for visit. A. O. Minner and Albert O. Minner of Gowanda, X. V., former residents are here. With them came Lester Forbusb of the same place. Rev. and Mrs. George F. Fortier, their daughter, Mildred. Harold E. Paul and Miss Rena A. Paul, all of Wells, were here yesterday. W. A. Maynard and B. F. Rico are painting and" papering the Beal-Rowell house on Bridge street. Ro ;kland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Pnrk Wajtefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Service July Clearance Sale Opens Saturday, July 24 at 8:30 a. rri. and continues for seven days Watch for full page advertisement in Friday's Times 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store Vermont Hardneir Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre. Vt. WOULD EXCLUDE PARKS. From the Scop of the New Waterpov er Act of United State. i-,;. n P tiilv f Amend. II .Hiii.iuiii , " , - - - - ment of the new waterpower act o a in TcliuIe the national nark from its provision will be demanded of Con gress at it next session, n is an nn,int hv Roliert Kterlintr Yard, ex ecutive secretary of the National Parks association, air. ara a wo says inai a fight will be made to have Congress reiert niendinir legislation which, he as serts, open the wy for irrigation pro ject to draw on tne parns ior waicr. Without amendment. Mr. Yard says the witernnuer act is "the death war rant of our national parks system," because all government ownea iann ana reservations are embraced within its terms, making it possible for private interests to erect oimi. power wiutm, transmiasion lines and other structures bv obtaining lease from the federal waterpower commission. It was not until tne waierpower um rex-he.1 President WiUon for approval that discovery was made by conser vationists that national parks would be affected, and now the fight. Mr. Yard says, will be made tor us amenu ment. Besides the effort to change the wa terpower act, Mr. Yard says an effort n ill he made to prevent favorable ac tion on pending legislation, granting permission to private interest to build an irrigation reservoir in an obscure swamp in the southwestern corner of the Vellowston national para, ni from any road. This measure, he as sert, would be the opening wedge for a numlier of irrigation plans for other national parks. Mr. Yard anticipate that other leg islation, including a proposal for dam ming Yellowstone lake, w ill be brought before Congress, all of which he con tends would tend to destroy the beauty of America' playgrounds. "The conservation associations and many institution throughout the country," Mr. Yard says, "are even organizing now for the defense of the parks. Our new national parks sys tem has fairly caught the imagination of thi idealistic and very practical people, who see in it not only a sys tern of exhibits of the native Ameri can wilderness, untouched, for all time, but the beginning of a colossal nation al economic asset which shall enor mously spur domestic travel and busi ness, and bring increasing thousand of foreign visitor here every summer to ee them. Any legislation which will detract from the value of the name national park as a national trade mark in the competition for the world' travel is likely to arouse a mighty storm of popular protest." N. D. Phelps Co. Ic Just Arrived GRANITEVILLE ALLIANCE SUPERIOR UNION our new and NATIONAL VICTOY IDEAL MAGEE RANGES Dance, gymnasium hall, Graniteville, Thursday, July 22; Carroll' five piece orchestra. Dancing, 8 to 1. Admission tl.23. adv. WEBSTERVILLE Dance, gymnasium hail, Graniteville, Thursday, July ii; Carroll's five-piece orchestra. Dancing, 8 to 1. Admission $125. adv. with Elevated Ovens and Broilers. Automatic Gas Lighters. "Three in One" Ovens. Coal, Wood and Gas. Have You Seen the New "Porcela" Finish? We have it. Phone 28 Barre, Vt. SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful it ia usually an indication that tha kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by taking GOLD MEDAL csBBBSBjjBHHHHaB Ths world' tundard ramsdy for kidnsy, ttvar. bladder and uric acid trouble. M(L Taka rarularly and kmp in rood health. In threo . all j druggist. Guaranteed, a reprosanwd. iMk fw U mm CM M4al at the fountain of pleasure You like good soda, don't you? You ap preciate the purity that signifies quality "fit to drink"? You appreciate some comfort in the enjoy ment of ice cream or beverage? You like to go and have your children go where everything is refined and dig nified? You'll find so much more pleasure at our fountain from our drinks and ice cream treats that it pays to come here or send here for them. We want you to come we appeal to you by quality, deliciousness and comfort unexcelled anywhere else. Drown's Drug Store 43 North Main Street The Cushman Electrical Company We have bought out the P. M. Carr Electrical Store and intend to run it in connection with our motor business at Depot Square. We solicit your patronage and shall be pleased to do your house wiring, shed wiring and repairings of all kinds of electrical motors, such as making coils for stator and rotor. We will try to please you both in workmanship and in price. We carry Portable Lamps. Vacuum Cleaners, all sizes of Electric Lamps, American Beauty Flat Irons. Electric Toasters, Western Electric Oscillating Fans, Flashlights and Batteries. Call and see them. We are agents for the Western Electric Motors of all g sizes, and we build the Magnetic Heaters to heat the air for B Surface Cutters. Store and Office at 14 Elm Street. Phone 557-M. Repair Shop at Depot Square, Phone 203. Fish That Pleases Our fish is no secret; it arrives every morning; that's why itss fresh SWORDFISH, Chops or Steaks, Yb 33c MACKEREL, all sizes, lb 35c HADDOCK, Boneless, tb 25c COD STEAKS, lb 20c FLOUNDERS, tb l c BUTTER FISH. Ib 30c SALMON, (Fine with Pea?) lb 50c HALIBUT (Chicken), Ib 43r HADDOCK, Whole Fish, lb 15c LOBSTERS and CRABS Alive or Steamed. SALT SALMON, Red. tb 20c SALT HERRINGS. (4 lb.) 25c SALT MACKEREL, tb 25c COD BITS, STRIP COD, COD BRICKS. Fresh Blueberries are arriving daily. The F. D. Ladd Company