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THE BARRE UAILY TDIES'BARRE. YT.. FRIDAY, JULY 23, 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&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE 8ERVICT Clt rmUa am aorma-drivaa utbulawt; diitanca ealla at waaooaala terms. 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" 0 AT : GOOD TUGS T EVAPORATED APPLES, per It) 20c EVAPORATED APRICOTS, per It) 35c EVAPORATED PEACHES, Peeled, per lb. . . 35c Richelieu MINCE MEAT, in 2'TXb. Jars. . . .$1.00 HEINZ MINCE MEATl-Tb 33c Fruit Jars and Rubbers for Canning Wear's Quart Jars, Improved Tops, doz $1.20 Wear's Pint Jars, doz 1.10 Atlas, Quart Jars, doz. 10 Atlas Pint Jars, doz. 1.10 One dozen Rubbers FREE with each dozen Jars. Fitz-'Em-All Jar Rubbers, per dozen 10c Kold Pack Jar Rubbers, per dozen 15c "1 Fresh Vegetables Fresh Native Peas Bunched Beets Bunch Onions Lettuce String Beans Bunch Carrots Green Peppers Ripe Tomatoes FRUIT LEMONS, per dozen 3033c ORANGES . BANANAS RED CURRANTS WHITE CURRANTS Plenty of Lobsters and Fresh Fish for Saturday. The Smith & Comings Co., Inc. TALK OF THE TOWN Scott Blossom of Bethel wa in town yesterday on business. Follow the crowds that attend Shea'i big shoe sale Saturday. adv. , Co-operative creamery meeting Sat urday night. AH come and sign up. adv. r Vanilla, maple-walnut and caramel Ice cream at Cummings and Lewis' to day. adv. Norman Ewen of Elmira, N. V., is visiting with his brother, James, of Orange street. Public dance, Montpelier armory, ev ery Saturday night. Carroll's hix -piece orchestra. Special car. adv. Dance, Camp Comfort, Calais, Satur day night, July 24, with Paul Siman ton, flutist, with six-piece' orchestra. adv. Aliases Rachel Dix and Unth Glvs son have been camping at Crystal lalce, Barton, with a college mate, Miss Julia E. King. Mrs, Flora Jackson and Mrs. Eva Taft of Highland avenue are visiting their brother, Clinton Huntington, in Hardwick. Be sure to get your share of the good thangs which are now being served at ,Cummings and Lewis' foun tain. adv. Mrs. John McKeneie and children of Williamstown are Visiting ;tt the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Woolsey of Circle street. C. J. Grace of Boston, traveling pas senger agent for the Illinois Central railway, stopped with friends in this city yesterday. Miss Helen Cruickshank, who is em ployed as a stenographer in the Dodge Bros, auto factory, is here for a two weeks' vacation. Bradford C. Patch of Boston is pass ing a few days here on business con nected with the Cook & Watkins firm, with which he is affiliated. A business meeting of the Philathea class of the First Baptist church will be held this evening at the home of Mrs. Sinclair, Jefferson street. Mrs. Andrew Guthrie has returned to her home on Beacon street after en joying a week's stay at the Granite City house at Old Orchard, Me. , Mrs. Elizabeth Clarkson returned to her home in Stowe yesterday afternoon after making a brief visit with Mrs. Nellie Kidder of Summer street. Miss Inella E. Ball of 105 Hill street has returned to her work in the office of the Capital Garage Co. in Mont pelier. after a 10-dsy visit in Boston and vicinity. Miss Carrie Caleagni, stenographer of the H. H. Patch 4 Co., and Miss Linile Berini of the K. J. Noyea store, left for Richmond this morning to re main a day or two with friends. Albert Poor, treasurer "f the Jones Bros. Co. in Boston, and Walker Jones and Marshall J. England, traveling rep resentatives of the firm, ae visiting the Barre office and quarries in Gran iteville. We have 27 pairs of nen's Hambro work shoes in size six, and nine pairs sire 10, also a few other sizes. We are putting these in our window for Sat urday only at a price of $30 per pair. The Eastman Store. Mrs. H. H. Holt of CobMe hill has gone to Williamstown for an indefinite stay with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hayward. During her absence her class at "the Methodist Sundav school will be in charge of Mrs. Mary Baldwin. Gage & Gage's office will close at poon Wednesday, July 2S, for two weeks. Office hours on that late are: Barre, 9 to 10 a. m.; Montpelier, 10 to 11 a. m. Notice will be given in two weeks when the regular hours will be fn. adv. Dr. and Mrs. Howard Reid of 57 East street and little daughter have re turned from an auto trip to Slier brooke, P. Q, where they visited Mrs. Reid's parents. Mrs. C, J. Wright, ber mother, accompanied them to Barre and plans to spend a week or so. Miss Hazel Werner and Arthur Keane, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley of King street, left this morning to spend the day touring through West Topsham, Bradford, Fairlee and intervening points in the company of Mr. and Mrs. Wank' Hutch irtson of this city. Clinton Twing of Marshflcld, a for mer resident of Barre, and Mr. Hall, the bee king of Cabot, pent yesterday in Barre visiting friends. Mr. Hail has busied himself this summer, in his odd moments, in renovating a truck which he turned out by hnnd 39 years ago for a neighbor of his. Miss Elsie Blye of Boston, who for the past few days has been visiting her mother, Mrs. William Reasiile. of 5 Elmore street, and Mrs. Charles Em mons, her sister, of 73 .vmth Main street, returned Monday to her em ployment with the G. I. Frost Garter company of Boston. MaW Wendell Mar-Bain, her nephew, returned with her. A baseball game between the Barre K. of C. team and the Montpelier Whirlwinds is scheduled to take place at Lincoln campus beginning at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Another game, possibly the American Woolen companv team of Winooski, and th Barre A. A. team will oiaet at Inter city park at the same hour, si-eeial cart to "be available to the fans shortly after 2 o'clock, and again after th gai"- Card of Thanks. We express our sincere thsnks to the friends and neighbors for the beau tiful flowers sent during mr bereave ment. Arthur L. Iorgley, Ora I-oncley, Harold Longley. TALK OF THE TOWN Dance, Woodbury pond, Friday, July 23, live-piece orchestra. adv. Second-hand Emeraon piano for sale cheap at Bailey's Music Rooms. adv, A few more song books now on aale at 10c each by Bailey's Music Rooms. adv. Vanilla, maple-walnut and caramel ice cream at dimming ana jewis to dav. adv. Hats to close out for $1.98 to $3.60. Store will be closed Auk. 1. Mrs. E. A. Wltham. Small victrolaa for your home or camp now on Bale at Bailey'a Music Rooms. adv. We take great pleasure in serving you the best ica cream socia. wun mings and Lewis. adv. Special sale of two, three .and four burner Perfection oil atovea. E. A. Prindle, Worthen block. James Sheridan and his family of Granitaville passed through Barre this morning on their way to Montpelier, where thev will spend a snort, time with friends. Long-distance and general trucking-, truck is also eoninped to carry parties) will seat between 15 and 20 people. All pneumatic tires. Granite Cite Bottling Works. Call 710 M or 740-w. F. T. Cutler of North Main street returned to. Barre last night from Rut land, where he has been spending a few days with friends, making the trip by way of Roxbury mountain aud Bethel. A new York woman says: "I have used Parisian Sage only two weeks but my hair has wonderfully increased in beauty, seems much heavier, and is entirely free of dandruff." E. A Drown sells it with money back guar antee. Adv. At last you may buy happiness! Get it In a box of Bitro-Phohphate at K. A. Drown A. Co. drug store. Gain weight and vigor. He robust and healthy. Enjoy restful sleep, a good appetite and youthful energy. Guar anteed for increased weight and nerve quiet. Adv. For Sale: Six -room houie at 18 Sheridan street, 10-room house at 34 Merchant street, Derby roll top desk, office chairs, broadcloth overcoat, navy blue serge suit for girl 1H, clothe reel, 10-foot ash extension table, old cup boards, pick, jugs (one and two gallon), fence for flower bed. leather cushions for Morris chair, old-fashioned ma hogany secretary, piano stool, gas range, tennis racquet, three-foot kitch en table, wire screen. 32 inches wide, Ford touring car, TeL 207 J. O. K. Hollister. For Sale: At 30 Averill street, 10 room .house, bath room on first and second floors, electric lights, gas, wide piaita on two sides house, shade trees, large barn, garage, chance to keep hens; amall piece of ground for garden; splendid location, five min utes' walk to atreet oars, postoffice and business section fine neighbor hood, near Currier park. Rooms 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. . Henry Rock of Washington and Fe ter Jondreau of Barre, the two men who operated the Dodge touring car that on Saturday, July 3, ran off the road on upper Washington street, struck a tree and then bounded down over a 200-foot embankment, faced Judge Scott yestsrday to near sentence imposed, the" trial having coma before the court July 8. Two charges rested against Rock.'one for operating an au tomobile while under the influence of intoxicating liquors, and the other for intoxication. For the first offense he was fined $50, with costs of 6.05, and for the second was fined J5 and rests of 13.40, making a total of $75.45 Jon dreau was fined $75 with oosts of f .3. or a total of $83.35. Both men paid the fines and were released. Ik? 1 esino would helo vour poor complexion Does a poor complexion atand between you and popularity good times rec ces? Retinq) Ointment and Resinoi Soap do not work miracles, but they do make red, rough, pimply skins, clearer, fresher, and more attract ive. Use them regularly. !NoiiI I for a few days and see how p--?. I I your complexion improves. Sold by all druggists. FIGHT OVER CARNIVAL DANCER. I Husband of Woman Tried to Get Her to Leave Another Man Punched Him. Rutland, July 23. Herbert Swan witch, a member of the Joyland carni val company that is playing a week's engagement at the fair grounds, and Sidney Deshaw of Hudson ' Fiills,-N. Y., formerly a member of the company, pleaded guilty in city court yester day afternoon before city Judga George M. Goddard to the charge of 1 reach of the peace, preferred against them by Acting Grand Juror Clayton H. Kin ney, and were each fined $13 and costs. Swanwitch paid his fine and costs and was released. Deshaw'a tfne was remitted by the court because of his physical condition, and upon the pay ing of the costs he will be given hi liberty. The local police department was in communication with hi rela tives, who said they had helped him on several occasions and did not feel inclined to do anything more for him. It is probable that the court w 11 issue papers to-day and have him taken to the house of correction at Windsor to work out the costs. The trouble began WidnesiUy after noon when Deshaw landed in the city in search of his wife, who is one of the Oriental dancers with the carni val company. He told the loctil police his troubles, and later went to the fair grounds. At the dancing tent be met Swanwitch and after an argument, Swanwitch took a punch at Deshaw and knocked several teeth out pnd also bruised his face. Mrs. Deshaw was the complaining witness againtt her hus band in city court yesterday aiternoon, claiming that he struck h-r, and ,he admitted it. The session of court was interesting and was attended by sever al members of the carnival company. Deshaw left the carnival company about five weeks ago, but hij wife re mained with the show and from her story yesterday she shows a opposi tion to remain wun me company. Thre have been many rumor around the streets about t.he carnival and the flints in novelty dancing that, have been taking place at the grounds, Rockland Reading Framingham Leominster Hyde Park Wakefield Good Goods Adams Company Good Service July Clearance Sale Opens Saturday, July 24 at 8:30 a. m. and continues for seven days See full page advertisement in to-day's Times 188 N. Main St. The Daylight Store b Gardner Clinton Woburn Plymouth Keene, N. H. Barre, Vt. but the police department has had offi cers at the fair grounds cry eve ning and the management, of the shows has been warned that ftie authorities would not tolerate any parformances of an improper nature. MESSAGE FROM F0CH Received By Colonel Harry Cutler, Chairmaa of Jewish Welfare Board. Providence, R. I., July 23. Colonel Harry Cutler of this city, chairman of the Jewish welfare board, to-day re ceived from Marshal Foch a cable gram in acknowledgment of a mes sage sent the French people on Bastile day. The cable reads: "Very much touched by the sentiment which vou express to us on the occasion of July 14, Bastile day. Tray transmit to the Jewish Welfare board my best regards, and wishes for your prosperity." This was signed by Marshal Foch. 1 jfflf1 I 13 xiULas Safe Milk For Infanta &IoTad lUCaakiaf A Nutritious Diet for AU Ages Quick Lunch at Home or Office Afoid Imitations and Sabititotet EAST CORINTH ! Mr. and Mrs. George Dodge and Wal lace and Charles Dodge, who have been visiting at Orin Hodges,' leave the last r.f the week. Left Sunday there was a family dinner at Fred Ibxlges,' most of the children and grandchildren bein,i present. A Regular MoniingDishof GrapesNuts with cream or good milk makes a fine start for any day's work. GrapeNuts Needs No Sugar The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Two Charming Models ?n Summer Organdy Dresses at Special Prices One Pink, size 16, to close out at $ 15.75 One White, size 38, with fichu and overskirt em broidered ''n blue, dots, at 16.50 The sale of Georgette Waist in white, flesh, bisque and navy at $3.75, $4.98 and $7.50 still continues. One lot of Hats in small and medium sizes, all colors Special for Saturday . . . .$3.98, $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. SPECIAL The Opportunity for You to Own Right Now That f Phonograph You Have Been Planning to Get ON YOUR OWN TERMS (Within Reason) with 24 selections twelve 85c Records S7 l&t Large Shipment, J tist Arrived Come in today, and select your Pathe The Phono graph Supreme. NOW OFFERED UPOM MOST CONVENIENT TERMS,, which place this wonderful instrument with in the teach of all. Every instrument fully guaranteed. I Six (6) Eaclusire Advantages la A JEWELLED PATHE 1 No Ndl to Change 1 ea imlicd Path. TK. Sapprm Ball new "r out. Guaranteed Longer Lite of Record. Play All Make of Record and pUyi thn 2 3 4Alwaya Ready to Play m ooo a you alip e a record. 5Surrein In Tone because ot the fanMxK Pathe Sappho BeJL 6 The Pathe Controlla U nn as vm or the aooal roiuote at wu. aUa ik ON YOUR OWN TERMS (Within Reaeon) A Genuine Pathe is the only Phonograph to Buy Don't r'n to do it DO IT. 1X3 NT wait any longer, come in today. ;aFFe Dreg Co. Temporary Store Nichols Block 205 N. Main SI. Wc will oon be back in our new and modern store, for the openini date. Watch N. D. Phelps Co. I- Just Arrived ALLIANCE SUPERIOR UNION our new and NATIONAL VICTORY IDEAL MAGEE RANGES t with Elevated Ovens and Broilers. Automatic Gas Lighters. "Three in One" Ovens. Coal, Wood and Gas. 8 Have You Seen the New "Porcela" Finish? We have it. Phone 28 Barre, Vt. SPECIALS SATURDAY STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, dozen 58c NEW POTATOES, peck ....$1.15 No- 6 Pail PURE LARD ..$i.o GOOD ONIONS, lt 5c COMPOUND LARD, It 4c (Special Price in 20-Ib. Tub.) PURE LARD. It. 5C GOOD CAN PEAS 15c 3 IW CORN STARCH as GOOD CAN CORN t5c 2 Tkirs. SUNNYCORN 35c GOOD CAN SALMON aoc JARS for PreiervinR. 2 qt.. 1 qt., 1 pt., H-pt. Right Price on them. 3 rk(r. FITZ-'EM-ALL RUBBERS - 15c FANCY CALIFORNIA LEMONS, dozen 40c GOOD OLD CHEESE, It. 35C (SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY) Larpe Bottle CATSUP . I5C SUN MAID RAISINS, pkjr t$c WHITE HOUSE COFFEE. IT. . 5c CHASE 4 SANBORN'S COFFEE, It. 5c Aloo Pork Ronut and Chops. Reef Steak. Sausape, Frankfurta, Boiled and Presed Ham, Smoked Ham and Shoulder All at low prices. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. TeL 348 W LOUIS R0MAN0S 59 Prospect St. Saturday Values NEW POTATOES, Cash and Carry, per pk. . .$1.15 Armours 35c pkg. ROLLED OATS; Cash and Carry 2Sc MARSHM ALLOW, for all purposes 1525c GOOD LUCK and FITZ-'EM-ALL RUB-, BERS 10c BAKERY DEPARTMENT CURRANT BUNS, for Saturday, per doz. . . . 15c CREAM SPONGE CAKES ISc JELLY ROLLS 18c RAISIN BREAD, for Saturday, each 12c FROSTED ORANGE CAKES, each 25c Baked Beans and Brown Bread for Saturday. MEAT DEPARTMENT NATIVE FOWLS, per lb. 50c LEG OF LAMB, per lb 4Sc Special in our own Home Tried Lard: PURE LARD, in bulk, Cash and Carry, lb 25c No. 3 Pail PURE LARD, Cash and Carry, 75c No. 5 Pail PURE LARD, Cash and Carry. -5L15 No. 10 Pail PURE LARD, Cash and Carry, . 2.30 No. 20 Pail PURE LARD, Cash and Carry, x ... 4.60 FISH DEPARTMENT SWORDFISH. HALIBUT. MACKEREL HADDOCK, COD and FLOUNDERS. Plenty of Salad Dressing for the Lobsters and Shrimps. The F. D. Ladd Company