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TflK JJAKUE DAILY 'TIMES, UARHJS, VT,
Homer FittsGo Incorporated . "The Store Where Quality Counts There's Real Comfort in Knit Underwear ' If you choose the right kind, it should . retain its shapeliness throughout , a season's wear. Our uiider wear does because its care ful fashioning enables it to follow the natural lines of the body. .Complete Assortment of "Carter' s" and "Fitrite" Knit Underwear Famous for Fit ana" Service are here in all wanted styles and weights. Union Suits and Unser ves ts Bodice tops, iow necks and no sleeves, cuff and loose knees. Sizes 36 to 46. 39c to $2.25 Underwear for the Kiddies The 'kind that always meet with mother's ap prpval. Made of dependable fabrics, in all wanted styles. Warner's "Ferris" and "Pearl" Waists For Boys and Girls V 59c to Sl.QO Children's Muslin Underwear Drawers, Slips and Petticoats 39c to $2.25 The Granite City Co-operative Creamery Association, Inc. . All those who have signed up for the new cream ery or will sign up are asked to meet in Worthen hall Saturday evening, July 24, at 8 o'clock, to hear the report of the directors. F',veryone try to be present and put this thing over the top. G. E. STACY, President. Raincoats and Umbrellas Seem to Have Call Have you looked oyer the lines that we are offer in? If not it will pay you to do so. The prices will interest you. Frank McWhorter Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES . , THURSDAY, JULY 22, . 1920. The Weather. " Generally fair . tonight arid Friday ; light winds, mostly north.. TALK OF THE TOWN Women' white oxforda, tyl.tiO. Sea's. Alfa. Hazel Martin of Maralifleld was visiting in town to-day. , Mrs. "K. A. William of Montreal is visiting JIra, Cliarleii Williams of tlii city. Farmers, don't neglect meeting, of cooperative creameryt Saturday night. Important business. adv. The W. C. T. U. will hold its picnic to-morrow afternoon at Dewey park. Exery member come and bring friends. Ralph I'louf and wife of Salem, Mass., are visiting at the Gilbert Ca mire home on east hill for a few days. A regular meeting of Granite Citv lodge, I, O. O. L., M. U.,' will be held in K. of P. hall Friday, July 23, at 7 o'eiock. Meg. Xathan Mahnney and her little son of New York City are visiting for a few days at the home of Mrs. Anna Hale of Hale street. Mrs. K. K. Prescolt of Hartford, Conn., who is visiting friends in Wil liamstown for a few days, arrived in Barre last night to spend a few days with friends. A son, .loseph, jr., was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bianchi of Buffalo, N'. Y., July .'!. Mrs. Bianchi will be re membered as Miss Roxana Bruce, for merly of this city. Throw "away your crutches, use Rheuma, and waik without rheuma tic pains and stiffness, says E. A. Drown, local aent for this great rheu matism remedy. adv. Mrs. Russell Brown, who has been staying with friends in Barre for a few weeks, left this morning to join her husband in Dover, X. H.. where they will commence chiropractic prac tice. Orrin Hughes, day clerk at Hotel Barre, is having a week's vacation, and he and his wife and Mr. and Mrs. James Riley of Burlington, are camp ing at Mallett's bay, off Lake (ham plain. Mike Ziter, Sara Tash, .Albert Her bert and Joseph Gorey arrived last night from their homes in Providence, P.. I., to spend a few days with rela tives in Barre. They made the trip by auto. Mrs. Charles Williams has returned to her home in this city, after a two months' stav in ( arthager N. Y. Her daiiEhter. Kiln, and Mrs. Lillie Bruce, accompanied her home, having sent the Fourth there. A. K. Bliss of Maiden. Mas., an in spector of the Tenney service stations throughout New England, is pawning a few days in Barre and Montpelier, while inspecting the various plants. Mrs. Bliss accompanied him to Barre. James' S. Dunbar commenced work at the F. D. Ladil Co.'s store this week. Previous to his arrival in Barre to ac cept this position Mr. Dunbar ws em ployed by the National Grocery Co. in Jersey City, N. J. It was but a com paratively short time ago that Mr. lnintmrf left his native land, .Scotland. A cry enjoyable afternoon was spent yesterday when Miss Ethel Wishart entertained a party of ladies at her home on Camp street in honor of Mrs. Arthur W. Macneil. Sherbet and dainties were served hy the hos tess. Mrs. Macneil, with her family, leaves Vermont Sept. 1 for a year in California. " ; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beaudett ar rived yesterday from West Chary, N. Y., where thpy have' been spending a few days with friends, and will sencl the remainder of the week with friends and relatives in Barre and Montpelier before, returning to their home in I laremont, V. H. Mrs. Alvan Hall and two children of East Barre returned to their home to-day. Mrs. Hall has been passing the last two weeks with her sister, Mrs. I!. F. McCarthy at l(8 Elm street. .Montpelier. while her oldest daugh ter, Mildred, has been recovering from an operation for appendicitis at Hea ten hopilal. H. T. Moes, Vermont and New York supervisor for the I -ova I Order of Mmv.c, today went to White River Junction to be present at the initiation of 4t members in the toun lodge, No. I.titii. which already has a member ship of 1Z memliers and with thi clasa 2fil. Mr. Moses will return to preside at the opening of the Barre chapter in the Knights of Pythias hall Sunday afternon at '- o'clock. The prayer service at the Baptist church to-night will be held from 7:.M1 to H-.:w o'clock. The pastor will have charge and the subject discussed will 1, "The Good Shepherd and the Sheep." A pleasing feature of the meeting will be selection on the vio lin by Miss Hawl Werner of New1 York Citv.' Miss Werner is a guet of Mr. ani Mrs. Harry Bradley of ."i Kins street. You are cordially invited to the service. For sale Six-room house at IS Sher idan street, IB room house at ni Mer chant Ft sect. Derby roll-top dck. flat top desk, office chairs, ' rocker, broad cloth overcoat, clothes reel. 1ft-font ash extension tablv. Japanese art tujuare $.". old cupboard, scythe and snath, pick, three-foot table, sawhnrsc. buck saw, fence for flower led. old-fashioned malinyany secretary bookme and writ in? dek combined, piano tool. ga ranrr. aluminum teakettle. Tel. J"7-J. ( K Hollister. Word has been received in tarre of the marriage in Hulls hi. V V.. .Inn 21. of Mrs. Helen If. t.'liddcn. formerly of this city, to William K. Hrtiman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Chanm-ey C. Bruman of Buffalo. Mrs. Bruman a former ly pianist at the Bijou and Dreamland tlieatres for about 10 years, leaving Barre two years ago for Buffalo, where he has been iilaung in a theatre. The wealing took place at the Hmman Inline and Mr. and Mr.-Wnim left at om on a trip to Cleveland, O. The 4ath birthday annierary of Mrs. Harry Bradley as the ncrasmn for a surprise party gien lier by alwit tenty of her mot intimate friends at hr home at 't King street la't eie ring. (iimf. under the able direction of Mis Harel Werner and Arthur Kean of Brooklyn. N. Y-, twrth of whom hate been visiting at the Brailley home for the past two weeks, helped to pa" the rteaiTi ,unUt, and kept every one in en-eptionally fwl humo. M swat sunhrrt with Mis Uirwr a ti.4init. and Mrs. I- J. rUUhe.r and Misa Ethel lr,jr!i alternating a innm pam.t. filled the ieterials bet area riw- M Amy ntesrrd trnel Mr. Bradley. h alt of tKe tmh ?thrr-4. a'Keawtifnl ge.rre'e . .T rrraa at4 i' ew er-4 la'e wi t V erening, awd ir T wr fink 1 prm-ni.ff jr the gn'Vr!g l-Ve TALK OF THE TOWN Miss Mildred C'arr of Abbott avenue, spent the dny at Lake MurVy with friends. ' Mrs. L. E. Flint of Beacon street. Isl spending a week with friends in Beth lehem, N. H. , Miss Beatrice Wescott of Burlington is spending a few days in, Biirre at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lan der of Washington arreet. Remember the food sale at the Bap tist church Saturday afternoon at 2:1.) o'elockJBakcd . beans, brown bread, CjiisTtP- Dtm't forget. ud v. Regular meeting' of Colonel J. B. Mead circle, No. 1, ladies of the G. A. R., Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in auxiliary hall, Worthen block. Miss G. E. Nourse of Roxbury, Mass., arrived last night to spend the next few days as the guest of her niece, Miss J. P. Nourse, of the Adams Co. store. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Booth of Hill street leave by automobile to-day for Pld Orchard Beach, Me., Mr. Booth talc ing a vacation from the Martinson Es tate Co. Miss Ann Lawler of Greenfield, Mass., is the guest of her Smith college class mate, Aliss Vivian Marrion, at her home on Franklin street, for a week or 10 days. Mrs. George D. Stalker and two daughters, Ruth and Flora, of Holyoke, Mass., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Stalker's sister, Mrs. Erwin Lawliss, of Kirk street. Frank Tironi, the Italian stabbed at Fairlee July 4, who, for the past week, has been treated at the Barre City hospital, is steadily gaining strength and the condition of the wound waa much improved to-day. VISITED STATES HAS ENTRIES IN ALL EVENTS Canada and Ciecho-Slovakia are the Only Nations in the 32 Which are Similarly Placed for " Olymnic Gamei. Antwerp, . July 21. The United States, Canada 'and CV-echo-Slovakia are the only nations listed to compete in every eent of the Olympic games at the stadium, though doubtless there are some omissions due to delayed mails. Details of the lists of entries, which have just been made available how the wide variety in the number of Hirt and the various nations to com pete, ranging from the larger coun tries down to Monaco, which is en tered duly in the dashes. Monaco's en try makes thirty-two nations answer ing the invitation to participate. Sweden is in for all the events ex cept the walks and tug-of-war; Great Britain is entered for all except the pole vault and jaxelin, and Italy will take part in all but the hammer-throw and shot-put. Although Japan and Australia per haps will be entered later, there are now thirteen entrants for the mara thonthe I'nited Mates, Great Britain. South Africa. Holland, Canada. Italy, Chile, C.ccho Slovakia, Denmark. Fin land, Sweden, It ilia and Belgium. The list of countries entered for prac tically all events in the lioxing con tests 'includes the United States, South Africa. Fran.-e. Holland. Norway, Italy, and Great Britain, while Switzerland will send only welterweights. The list for the decathlon finds the United States, Italy, Switzerland. Czecho-Slotakia, Finland. Norway, Sweden and Belgium entered. China's participation in the games probably will be confined to representa tion 'by one competitor. GOrT. TO COMBAT LIVING COST By Placing Millions of Dollars Worth of Canned Meats on the Mar ket at Low Prices. Washington. D. C. July 22. In an effort to combat the high cost of lixing, the war department soon is to place millions of dollars' worth of canned meats on the market at prices Mow even pre-war quotations, said an an nouncement yesterday fanm the oflice nf the division of sales. The meats which will lo offered for domestic conumption. exclusively, are said to 1m- of the best quality and are stored in every section of tiie country and will be disposed of through whole sale and retail stores from one end of tlie country to the other. The division of ssles also annoum'ed that it had enlisted in tlii work the services of Sii.tHKl "-t masters. I.txtft banker and the mayor "f nery city and town. Included in the meats are canned corn beef, corned beef hash, roast beef ami bacon. "Every dealer or firm, from the Iqrc rt wholesaler to the smallest retail er. i be:ng given a chance to make purchases at prices which are consider ably Islow the prevailing market ore." said the announcement. THURSDAY:, MONTPELIER GeorflifG. Brown, Veteran of Civil f War, Died. During Operation. (utvm (1 rtriit-n wlin . ti'fta . rill . Wednesday forenoon taken to the hos pital because of his condition, died a short time 'lacr in the day during an operation for removal of ulcers in his intestines. Ono of them-was found broken. He suffered intense agony when taken to the hospital. He fell on the street some few "weeks ago and had been in a serious condition since that time. Mr. Brown was a native of Mont pelier, born March 25, 1843, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Brown. He learned the harness maker's trade in Montpelier and after serving in the Civil war he was employed at his trade in the city, then he went to "New York in' 1867, entering the employment of the Metropolitan street railway sys tem, which he followed until it was combined with other systems into the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company. He was employed there 33 years. He was retired by the company on a pension. His first wife died vvhiie he was living in New York, after which he came to Montpelier some 10 years ago. Some time after his return here he was mar ried to Priscilla Lemay, who only lived about a year, and on Feb. 6, 1019, he was married to Mrs. Hattio Wheelock, who survives him. He also leaves two sons, Harry and George, of New York 22, 1920. . ' .. - . ' . ' j JULY have been made a month ago, but has been delayed and the financial 'atatc mnnt will" w delated. The remainder sons, iiarry anil viroie, oi vcv ---- - and a sister, Mrs. Sarah Wilder, living of the wage schedules, which had not . . at -a-- , 1 1 UnAn naaiMnmlir naauo1 iinnn YXfl 4 M ft t'fl Him a himit, iim, cwmu iiiingi r.- , - in XorthfieM. lie enlisted in the war been previously passed upon, was acted in Co. B, 10th Vermont regiment, in I8fi2, and in November, 1804, he was promoted to -corporal. Ho was mus tered out of service in 1805. His fa ther was a member of Co. I, flth Ver mont regiment. The body will be tak en to New York for burial beside his first wife in Woodlawn cemetery. James Hartnesa of Springfield, can didate for governor, was in the city yesterday, consulting those who are associating themselves in his inter ests. ' Unless' considerable effort is made there will be no foot bridge for use st the circus grounds Monday for some of the plank which had .been drawn there has been drawn away and used for other purposes. The members of the city council went to Northfleld street Wednesday afternoon and looked over that portion of the wall that has been constructed. It was decided to complete the upper end of the wall some 20 feet and put on the cement guard before the wall is continued any further down the street. When this piece of work is done the street will.be widened some 15 feet as well as straightened quite a good deal. Workmen are now throwing the sidewalk back on the opposite side of the street from the wall, which will also widen the street and make it liet ter for pedestrians. Two Ford ambulances and a motor evele are being unpacked at the Capi tal City garage for use by the state department. They mine assigned to the state purchasing agent and had been in France, for they showed the effects of the salt air upon them when thev were taken from the boxes. The automobile insiiectors of the sec retary of state's oftice are receiving considerable complaint from automo bile dvers that the prosecuting offi cers are allowing the teams to be driv en generally without lights., while the automobiles are being closely checked up if thev do anything wrong. George' Tupper of the tax commis sioner's office was recently in Grafton relative to a difference between the hooks of the tax collector and the treasurer of the town. He checked up the book, flnding that the collector had paid to the treasurer ail that his warrant demanded. The tax commis sioner office is frequently called uoon to straighten out troubles which de velop between tax collectors and other town officials, and in efforts to have the collector clean up their back taxes. A laJscellaneons shower was given Mis Hazel Smith by seventeen of her girl friends Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. S. H. Unwin of Barre street, in honor of her approaching marriage to Maurice Nile. The room in which the guests met -vu tastefully decorated in pink and white. During the evening music was enjoyed and re freshments were servell, consisting of fruit punch ami cookie, also a "sur prise" cake, which proved to lie a. source of much amusement when the prizes were drawn. Mis Smith was presented many useful and attractive gifts, consisling of pictures, linen, sil-, vcr ami cut glass. Miss Eula Kelley has resinned her work in the state treasurer' office, aft er a vacation. Tl, hoard of control held it recu- lar meeting yesterday afternoon. The matter of selecting an aituary to audit the ainmnta of the auditor and stiite ir..unr,.r was mentioned. Professor Gray, who did the job last year, is on; a vacation. I hi appointment snoum ILJMON DRY fiOODS'CO. SERVICE SATISFACTION SifflMiiniOT n Apparel MIDDIES FOR SMOCKS -H0ISERY these warm days Blouses wash skirts underwear SOCKS for the Children One-half and three-quarter length SILK GLOVES Short and Elbow Length COOL, COMFORTABLE VOILE DRESSES And "You Can Buy Them for Less" at THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY i upon. School matters were also ois- cussed. Arthur' Daley goes to St. Albans to morrow, where the uncompleted wres tle lietween Paradis and Tremblay will take place. They wrestled until mid night recently and stopped .because it was Sunday morning, so that now they come back to wrestle ai;ain. Robert Mackie, who has been book keeper in the office of the state treas urer, will complete his duties there on inrr tiavintr accented a ttosition in Barre as office manager of the Perry Garage company. Mr. Mackie came to', the office a little over a year ago, and : has made good and is well liked alwut t the State House. j The stale agricultural commissioner! is compiling the report that he will make to the legislature ne.t fall. It show that in the last year 52,(X)0 head of cattle have been tested for tuber-; culosis and of that number over 3,tXM have been on the ci-operative state and , federal test, while 15.IMM1 had been by j private tests. There is a large num- . ber of cattle on the waiting list. This is less thnn 25 per cent of the num- j ber of cattle in the state. The state highway nnmissioner has j received from the county supervisors j reports of more bad loads, the worst of which comes from Franklin county, j in which the supervisor states that, "along St. Albans Main street the city will do nothing to it." This is a piete , of road two miles long. An addition-! al statement which accompanies thej report indicates that an aviation de-! tour is advisable. Other report are j that the road along St. Albans bay an Maiuam by is bad; a road is Iteing constructed between Barton and est tilover; const rm-i ion 1 1 , ing done Iwtween West Brattleboro t ' i t.n.... f r,,r mila- the road I ami iuniiiF'i" . I between West Marlboro ana winning ton is out of condition. The Bottum and Torrance companv of Bennington has certineu to me sec-, retary of state that the company in-; tends to increase its capital slock from ; $200,0tK) to :iIO,IKM by the issuina of: io.000 shares of stock. , Miss Evander M. Welch, who lia s ; been employed in the secretary of state's oflice, has gone to Randolph,! where she has employment. ! A.' G. Preble, deputy fire marshal. : has returned from his vacation, a part of which was passed in Massachusetts. , Isaac Heindleman appeared in Mont- pelier city court this morning on the, charge having an accident and fail-; ure to -report the same. His automo-! bile is alleged to have knocked down. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther! Chandler earlier in the week. He is; the man whose number Mr. Chandler could not obtain when the accident took plai. The matter was left with the court, no plea having lieen accepted. ; Exactly. "There are exceptions to every rule, you know." "Who's the exception to the rule that we all must die?"' "Ah, that's the exception to the rule that all rules have their exceptions." Boston Transcript. , "I Father's "Jolly.' reckon, daughter, that man's watch must be fast." j cung "What makes you think so, pa?" "Why, when you were seeing him out the door last night, I heard him say 'just one,' and it wasn't much pas? 12 o'clock. Boston Transcript. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED Bookkeeper ajid nbenoirraph wanted at once ; Heel burg A Ouatafson i Burnham'a Meadow,' Barre. 10M WANTED TO BUY Six or seven tons oi good new hay, delivered : Union Cof otxrativa Store, 46 Granita sWeet. 109t8 FOUND On Central Vermont train, pursd containing-' lum of money; owner ml have game on proof of ownerahip : addreM 3. W. Haiiey.upt..iAlbafla!VtJ.09t2j f I XlVrn wiAur with small hi!rti .position aa Housekeeper in aman mmuijr i m fjirm! MlH ing- street; phone 189-M. 109U! The Woman's Ready -to-Wear Shop t. ,uj " 111 1 1 ' ' m " ( 1 1 Clearance Sale of Georgette Waists To enable us to enlarge our Dress, Suit and Coat De parments, we will conduct a sale of Georgette Waists at $3.75, $4.98 and $7.50. They include waists with kimona sleeves and lace insertions, embroidered waists, and waists with long sleeves and lace vests. We still have a few Georgette and fancy Silk Sport Skirts in white and colors at 20 per cent discount. Our Special Sale of Hats still continues, i ' The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. I r -n 1 Appear At Yoar Be$t IniUntly If yrm recent a auddea caller or aa unexpected In vitation you can (eel con fident of alwav appearing at your best. In but a lew moments it render to your -akin m wonderfully pure, aoft complexion tnai l beyond comparison. at AMENDMENT TO SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 19 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BARRF, VT. Tic it irlain"Ht ly tli ity oiin il t llir city of liarrc, a (llna: That o ion S of chapter lit the rev icil unJinam-ea i h'-rcliy aincmlcl aul revied ti real a follow h: Spc. . There "hall lie p"l to all p-r-niamcnt mcmir of the fire depart ment for all mtv i u h weeklr t-al arv ami hernia aa the city council may from time time ilctcrmine; the fire committee olmll determine the amount of time off an-l Hie vamtion. t Ite piven to the variou mcmWa of the lrniaivnt fire department, anl the time and n.n.lition tinder wIim-Ii the ame may la hal- If anv permanent frtemler of the fire department hall d.-ire to terminate hi cmpl" meat, lie hall j;ie written laiiH 1" the cliwf at h-at twn erl hrfor' the date when he Hirc to di tnntiniie liia erie; and if any mem r .hall ijuit er without kavin" piten amh tan week' iIk. he ahall forfeit any f or U'nn due him at the time he imt the er n. TKe lenplh of wrrj of thi- mem licr in the fire department at the time thi wrdinarx Weo.me flenite. and tlwir ratine t hereon hall he deter mined by the 6r comrt. ttee. and a re j ord thereof rie 1 tie fit cVrl, j presented t the trd of atjTm-n. JuIt !S. 1-". re1! M pw-. i a e-l read'CJ. rad a fceeond t j JuH l'-V M"Jd ad e.fd'rej. f.hl-i-.I ' jt-l. Jaw Vi-lcf. - CitT l'k- iitf Film Sf:jK fit . mfa fira -. K KODAK Eastman Film We have it both auto graphic and non-autographic in all the sizes, carefully kept under proper' conditions and ready for your Kodak Let our experts criticise your negatives they may be able to help you makegood pictures better. Red Cross Pharmncv Barre Lodffe, No. 1391 Loyal Order of Moose will be instituted Sunday, July 25 Charter Now Open HOSE Third Lartjcst aad Richest Fra ternal Beneficiary Order in the World. Pay It a eek; IM RITT. Atrt tckaeas or acci dent; lioo fun tal; priTileset Mooaf Hornet and M00SEHEART ; ihie a month. Mooe heart iV "HOWDY. PAP" quar terly. ontarian and nonparti san. Ajfe -1 ,n Initiation trr 4M. total . (IJiter Tell yovir frienda. Jb: Now aad Say Sio Do Not DeUy. SPECIAL for balance of this week; all-wool, well tailored young men's suits, latest styles AND Values up to $50.00,' no alterations. LAMOREY'S Special Sale of Enameled Ware Friday, July 23rd Regular Values 25c to 65c this sale 19c H. T. SIo.e?. 5upen ior Chefter A. Dennett. Deputy fe l.n: A. l- t r. M. 30 North Main Street Some of the items are Tube Cake Pans, Mixing Howls, Gravy Strainers, Preserving Kettles, Sauce Pans. 2-qt. Milk Cans. 4-qt. Milk Pans, ll-.V-qt. Pudding Pans. Dinner Plates, Pot Covers 9. 91.:.. 11, 121:., and i:5-inch. , , Terms of Sale Friday only Cash and carry. No wrapping. C. W. Averill & Co.