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The i'HE JiAUllJi DAILY TiMKS, BAHHE, V"i. r'lUDAY, Homer Fitts Go. Incorporated 77i Sfon? Where Quality Courtis " Does Your Linen Chest Look Empty? Or are you looking for some exceptionally fine linen to present to a bride,as a, wedding gift? We are very well equipped to be of serv ice to you in either case just now. We've just unpacked a shipment of splendid Table Dam ask and want you to know about it. The pat terns are beautiful, the qualities high grade and as you will note below they are all very mod- ' erately priced. Satin Table Damask Warranted all pure linen, made in Ireland, 70 inches 'wide, four patterns to choose from in very choice designs ; a yard $4.25 and $5.50 Superior Satin Damask Irish manufacture, not all linen but .warranted to wear and look well after washing. 70 inches wide a beautiful assortment of patterns in stripes and dots ; a yard $2.25 and $2.39 Notes About New Neckwear One of the most bewitch- ing arrivals in our Neckwear display is a pointed round collar in several pretty pat terns at 75c. It is particu larly charming when worn with voile or silk 'dresses. Other styles are also moder ately priced. BARRE DAILY TIMES FRIDAY AUGUST 6, 1920. The Weather. it.ii i amy cioiiriy to-nifjht and Satur day; not much change in temperature; light variable winds, mostly south and southwest. ' AUGUST, j 6 1920. TALK OF THE TOWN AND IB! ii a 00 TALK OF TfJE TOWN Dance, Camp Comfort, Saturday night. AH tickets jJ5c adv. Mrs. James Sullivan of tJrooklvit street went to 'Bethel yesterday ''to visit over the week end with "relatives. Dance,'Montpelier urmorv, evetv ui? ( iiigm. v-arroll g orchestra Admission 51, extra ladies 10c, 8pe Miss Cbrrine Baljau of Washingtc D. C, arrived here last evening for weeKr vacation with her aunt. Airs. a. igneault, of Summer street. -TAXES. Only three more days In winch you can pay your taxes , with out additional costs. Citv clerk's of !.... ". w ' i ' nee -open evenings from 6:30 to 8 ociock. oixroora modern cottate hfiuse 'on corner jot for sale. Beautiful loca tion; nice lawn, garden, etc. Am leav ing the city. Edwin Bruce, 23 Nelson street. Tel. 303-M. i. v. ruKM-r. TormerlV nriie. ticing dentist in this city and who is now located in Jersey City, X. J., ar rived in Barre lat evening to pass i few days with acquaintances. Mrs. G. H. Anker of Franklin street. accompanied by her son, Herbert, vent to Waterford, N. V., this morning where they will make an indefinite stay, possibly residing there durini? 11. ! . ..... " me coming winter. AI Lundstroro, the Swedish marvel, as he termed himself at wrestling bouts in Barre and Montnelier lar nter, is traveling with the Cali fornia Exposition shows, now civimr performances at Intercity park. Miss Corinne Eastman of thia rjty as passed the college entrance exam ination without condition and lim lcen admitted to the freshman class at Mt Holyoke college. Miss Eastman is a graduate of Spaulding high school, last fall. Just received a comnlete line of leather goods for ladies and gents, con sisting of pocketbooks, bags, oil) oW purses and hundreds of other leather necessities. ' We are at your service to show you these goods at Landers cijri.r street, or 'phone !)S-R. Miss Dinah X. Aiken is spending her vacation from work in Boston will. relatives in Barre and NorthhV'd. William Brown from Hie navy yard in rortsmouui, X. H., arrived ki.U eve ning to spend a few days with rela tives. - Miss Helen Daniels of East Mont- pclier was operated upon for tonil and adenoids and not appendicitis a, vci- terday's Times stated. , Notice; Regular meeting of M. V. A. irirtay, Aug. 6, at 7 p. m. All mem i .. t. , , . ... m-is uo are oacx in tiieir dues are requested to attend and pay up. JA-vr.. Only three more davs in which you can pay your taxes with out additional costs. City clerk's of- nce open evenings from 6:30 to 8 .o'clock. E. Blair of Newton street .tnd Wil liam Cicely of Montpelier left yester day by auto for West Cliazy, X. Y., where they will spend the rest of the week. Ralph Wiggin of Portland, Me., a saxaphone player of the Sprinjitield Community club orchestra, in company witn fttepnen Wnalen is visiting i Barre. .Mrs. William Brown and childre left yesterday for their homu Brooklyn, N. Y., having been isitors for over a month at her mother's, Mrs William Robertson, on Lewis atreot At 8 o'clock last evening a groiip o youngsters on Merchant street set fire to a small heap of rubbish near the A lomasi block' and gave reason for squad A to respond to a telenhon call. The fire was of little consoqueurv being easily cxtinquished by the Arc men. ews received from Sultrio. !tnly recently by Mrs. Josephine Ctiidici of Beckley street informed her of the death of her sister, Mrs. Joseph Knssi iter an illness with Bright' disease Mrs. bassi was a resident of Patre for 15 years, living on Foster street the greater part of that period, The body of Russell Hoyt, a ftist eutenant in the V. N. armv, whose death occurred in Bristol, England, Dec. lis, 101 S, is expected to nrrivc in Barre Aug. l.i, for burial. Kticll Hoyt was the son of Mr. and Mrs. leorge Hoyt of Summer street. For sale; Six-room house in nice lo cation; oak, birch and hard pine inte rior finish; new roof and paint; pias- r.a on two sides; shade trees; chance- to build pa rage, and liae garden; finely located at corner nf Trernont and Franklin street; just the place for a nice home. Apply at 41 Franklin MONTPELIER Three Respondents Pleaded Guilty to Illegal Sale of Liquor. In city court this morning Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vonfrello and Miss Mar garet Blanco appeared before Judge E. It. bcott of Barre on the charge of il legal selling of intoxicating liquor. The respondents all pleaded guilty and, peiiumg tne return or judge Harvey, are out n bail of $:i00 each. Sen lence will be imposed by Judge Har vey. UNION DKY-iGOODS CO n HI SERVICE-SATISFACTION 24 Men's Suits arrived this morning from one of Boston's best mak ers and they go on ,sale to-day at store. adv, Get your Montpelier Chautauqua tea- son tickets at Tilden s Khoo Store. Sixteen big events, including 'iilbert and Sullivan's opera. "The (Jondotiers.' ".Nothing but the Truth" (with ten people) and Victor' big concert bind -adv. John Arioli has purchased the en tire interest of S. Dente in the lira of Arioli & Dentt, clothing and gents' furnishing store, located at 311 North Main Btreet. Mr. Arioli, who has been in business for the past five year, v. ill open the store for business purposes Saturday morning, Aug. 7, ihe store having been closed during the oait two days while an inventory was I taken. ' . Values up to S50.00 LAMOREY'S Mrs. Paul Waterman and two sons. Wendell and John, guest at the 1). S. Waterman home on Washington tnet during the pat few weeks, left jet terday afternoon for Milwaukee, Wis., accompanied by Miss Ruth Waterman who goes to accept a position ith an optical company. Paul Waterman is now assistant headmaster of the Mil waukee Country Day, school. Farl Waterman and wife, who were here from Greensboro. - returned to camp yesterday, and Mr. and Mr. Lindnl Waterman have gone to Rock Island, Que. Dr. and Mis. E. H. Bailey yesterday returned to their home in Graniteville at the completion of six weeks' pleas lire trip. Dr. Bailey and wife left here June 2J, he being a state dv legate to the national Democratic convention at San Francisco, Cal. Much -f the time was spent at thi city an! i;in Diego, and the .return journey mad bv way of Rocky mountains, Vaiutmv er and the Canadian Northwest. eal I). H!an hard, a graduate of Ooddard seminary in the class of Mil 7. and who enlisted in the navy soon after the outbreak of the war, 'va recently honorably discharged from the U. S. S. Oklahoma at the Norfolk navy yard. He is now tisiting triei.dt in town for the first time in oser three year Work on the storage house belonging to W illiani Bradford, which wo par tially destroyed bv fire over a month ago, is progressing at a good rate. It was found necessarv to remove the old roof, and rather than go to the '.rouble of erecting another of the same tvpe it was devidi-d to make the new one flat. This will greatly lessen the "'"M chance of a similar fire gaining a foot hold, such as cauned the damage before. It will he remembered that ja"ks from a passing engine lodged on the roof at that time, and were fanned nto flame by'tlie breeie. Frank Tironi, tle Italian workman who on July 4 was severely stabbed by a fellow workman in Fairlcc w!itle employed at. construct ion work on the tale road, was taken to Chelsea this morning by Sheriff George A. T,iey of Orange county. During the punt few day Tironi had been allowed to leave the hospitalduftdg the dsv, but return at night. Last evening lie failed to appear, giving cause for alt, nn to the hospital officials and the poliie. Sheriff Trcy, together with Chief of Police James Sullhan. early this morn ing located him at .VKi North Main street. Tironi is wanted as a v.itn---for the state. Clan Gordon, No 12. an' use ment committee meet' on r'rulav City of Barre Taxes. These ar In my hands for collection lid must be paid on nr lie tore August 10th, Wl'O. James Mackay. city trasuier. V7JK? evening ( "aiJjSFli? ociock. I lurles Leel. chief. OUTING UITS We want again to call your attention to the line of OUTING SUITS. We have them in several patterns, with and without Vest. Just the suit for the next two months. Trices are moderate. Frank McWhorter Co. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TO RENT Five-room Uneimmt m F.lmor trm. nrvf repaired; Mrs. Ednh M. t'rr, tdrpham 4M-M. 121'tf v month old. nicely marked, ehmp for quick caw: pnon Montiwliar 631 -J. 12tf FOR SALE CHEAP A nanny gtrnt. jnia milk ; Pan McKartan. liranitrville. FOI'ND-Bank hook and card u ; arnrr cafl have bf prcsrina provcrty and ravina rharrea, U'L'tS FOUND Brooch pi a with ntcturaTin n Urr: ewavr can have at Tunas eflice hr narimt foe adwrtiaina. Ilitl WANTED EnariaMd tenovravhar, who I ' familiar a itk clcrval work ; aw knosrl ! d tf bookkeepina rrquircd ; arptjr hr ihntar .to "X.. ' Timra Olnca. Hilt FOR ALX- Rcfrireralor, in cond rcadi Uon. chakp (or cash; 1U Hill atraei. th C. W. W ANTED -A aratclaaa poliehrr; MrM Jlan Granite Co. COMMISSIONERS NOTICE ESTATE OP MERTON E. CTTIER. The uf Jmirnfd. hina been appointed j by the hnamrable probate court (or the dv ' tnrt of aahinaten. commMaioaeru. to rev reive, eaamine. and odjoat the cUiim aad ' aVmaada nf all peiiewa a-ainat the eatau of Mertio t. lnurr. late of Tom of R in aaid diatrirt d -caard. and ail elaima e- bibited la ofTset theroto. hefotiy ate oatici hat m til meet for the pwrpaae aforesaid, at the onV of A. C. Dickey. the Town of Harm m aaid ihatnct. on the llmi a Anruet aad 2Jnd day of Janaary awxt, from l eciorK p. aa. antil 4 e clock p. m . on earb of aaid days -and that via meatha Trom the .'.nd ay of July A. D. l?.-. h the time luriiij-d Hr aaid court far aaid creditora ta p'taeat thetr chuma as a for examination and alrooaaro. laud at Feat Barre thai r4h dap of ia.r A D Ifc. AlKrRT C. MrKtY. f.X.fc..E H. HtTLMlNS. roamaiwwn. Aa"-lJ- How about those pictures you made Sunday? Better brjng the films here for developing and printing. Your pictures get the benefit of our experience and up-to-date methods. The result is results. Kodaks and Brownie Cameras f to $JS.81 at RED CROSS PHARMACY The first meeting- in the bankruptcy of William Graves will occur in the office of Referee W. N. Theriault at 10 aY-lock a. m., August 10., A .son was born lat night to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carpenter. Miss Hezcl Lyon "of Barre is assist ing in the office of the state treas urer, while M. A. Blanchard is making the annual audit of the office and the auditor of accounts' office. Benjamin Gates, auditor of accounts, made the regular audit of the county clerk s office yesterday. r: in' I ji ... . . . ansa r.nzunctnr None is taking a vacation from her work in the state purchasing agent's office. F. N. Smith has settled his account in the estate of Carrie Drew, late of Montpelier. General H. T. Johnson will go to Camp Devens Monday and will prob ably spend most of next week at the annual muster of the Vermont national guard. He has designated August 10th as governor's day, but the program has not yet been arranged. A son was born Thursday morning at ilea ton hoapital to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chisholm. Miss Jeie Watkins ha resumed her duties in the insurance commissioner's office. In addition to tonsilitis she suf fered a quiney sore on one side of her throat. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. McGuire. who have been viniting with Dr. M. F. Mc Guire and other relatives in Mont pelier, have gne to New York, Waxh- irgton, D. C, and Philadelphia, before going to their home in Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Watson and Miss Watson have returned from Old Or- hard beach, Me., where they have been for a few weeks. On the way back they visited the state prison and he superintendent reported to them tha Mrs. Isabellc Parker of Barre seemed to be in better health thti when she reached the institution. Nellie P. Barrows and G. A. Peck have brought a tuit th the law dock et of Washington county court agains the I.agles fraternity in Montpelier an trustees. This is an action to recover the value of the building, which a sold the Eagles a few years ago. Two ivtirce cases have also been docketed hese are May I). Slatterr vs. William J. Mattery and Flora May Ipan vs 1'eter iapan. George T. Deavitt of Springfield, Sluft., arrived yesterday on his annua visit to relatives here. He has recently returned from a trip through Onada and the middle west. While in Chica go he attended the Republican nations convention. Mr. Deavitt is reporto rial writer for a magazine syndicate and rooms with Bcrnie Waterman, who was recently here on his vacation. Mr. Dea vitt is also a parifhoner of Rev Charles A. Wing, a Montpelier bov who is now pastor of the Church of the I nity, Springfield. lie men. who are constructing the wall on Nprthneld street, have com pletcd the upper end of it and Thurs day they moved the cement mixed to lower end. They are getting the mixer on a foundation to iut in the rest of the wall, whieb will probably complete the job as far as it will go this vear nd which will malerially straighten the highway when the job is complet ed. The wall, when done, will be about li.i feet long and, in the highest place, about 2. feet in height. ' People living on the higher eleva tinns in Montpelier have to aecure their .ipply'tif water for the day following Ik t ween 4 and 7 o'clock each after noon, because, during the remainder of the day, the gale is shut on the big ger of the two mains. This takes place here the main crosses the Winoonki river, and where a break in the main has existed for some weeks. The hot weather of the last few dsys has brought the water to a lower pillnt the reservoir than it has beea at anv time during the preent summer, and in order to prevent, the heavy lo of water, which has been coming oui of the ma.'n into th riter. the main closed during the mol of the day. Th rt'suiis in i iie wmer pressure oeing dropped in the gunge in the city hall frcm about IriO pounds to about 1.10. It is ample for all purposes excepting sending water to the high elevations and about the only ones mateflaly af fected are- thoe on upper " Terrsi-e street. The water was dropped so low ir Berlin pond in the lat week that pi:mping commenced this morning. .Ail effort to c!oe the water nuin across the Winooski r:er Wednesday after noon allowed that the gates did not held; therefore npaira will have to be made on thee. Water will lie ahut off Sunday and Water Commissioner Ferry has inserted an adterlisemcnt in the Montpelier pper, in-tructing residents on the elevations in the city to draw enough water Saturday eve. ning to carry them through Sunday bevaue the break in the tjer will be repaired Sunday. He is going to make ar. inentorv of the water fau-et in the city. He has found, since roming here, that theie are a great many peo pl allowirg their fu.etio leak and that a girat deal of water is running to wastr. He asks the resident to slop these to conserve the water a"p- Special for Friday Saturday and Waists, All sizes; all colors; newest, styles.- Every one of these waists are made of the best quality Georgette Crepe and f$ actually sold from $8.00 to $10.00. Your choice while 9 they last ........ 5J8 '200 yards of those Silks lft value $3.00 to $3.50. Geor- get$e, Crepe de Chine, Taffeta and Satin ; at, per yard . . . Pure SJlk Hose, fashioned leg, black and white, $2.50. g vaiue, at c 1.69 taSSSE THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY GRAN1TEVILLE John Corcoran of Burlington is re newing acquaintances in town. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Bailey hkve re turned from a five weeks' trip through California and the Canadian northwest. Dr. Bailey was a state delegate to the Democratic concention in. San Fran cisco. Thomas Clark of Boston ia spending his annual vacation with relatives here. Harold S'haughnessy of Slilford, Mass., is visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Kdward McGlynn. Miss Helen Fairchild of Barton came here yesterday to spend two weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. G. Pirie. I Mrs. Mathew Kitterick of Millinock- et, Me., and Mrs. Thomas Carey and son of Claremont, X. H., returned Thursday to their respective homes, after a week's visit at the home of their sister, Mrs. John Finnegan. 1 DESIRE PEACE Ilf IRELAND. Two Forest Fires Reported. I W. G. Hastings, state forester, haa received to day the report of two fires as a refciilt of the dry -weather of the' last week. One was in Kssex, near where the fire occurred lust year, while the -other was on Lowell mountain. They were discovered in time so that but little damage was done. Mr. Hastings has received from thoa interested in the Green Mountain club, the announcement that, the rleilicatmo- Tl.. t.- -:J . a I . .. inr oui, nc saiu, represented powers jot me I-.liliu rf. Taft lodge on Mount Bonar Law Says MustVTJie Every Means to Restore Decent Conditions. London, Aug. 6. In moving in the House of Commons yesterday a pro gram motion, providing for the pissage of the new Irish crimes bill by 6 o'clock this evening, Andrew Bonar Law said, the government, above all, desired peace in Ireland, but that it must use every means to restore decent condi tions of civilized life there. which the government considered neces sary to effect that purpose although he could not offer the hope that the bill would cure conditions in Ireland rnpidly. The opposition " immediately began obstructive tactics against themeaa-ure. Mansfield will take place August Kith, uennington KatUe day, and tha up. propriate exercises will ocurr, includ ing the gift of the site by Mr. Hastings to the club, which will be a permit to occupy the land, the gift of the lodge and the acceptance by Mr. Cooper on the part of the club. ," SOVIET REPLY MADE. Tells Great Britain Tbey Wanted Rea sonable Guarantees. London. Aug. 6. Leon Kameneff of the Russian soviet delegation her sent Premier Lloyd George last night s long communication, giving the sovitt gov ernment's reply to Great Britain" note of Tuesday with regard to '.he delay n the armistice negotiations between Russia and Poland. i M. Kameneff's statement declares hat, the anvief o-nvernmpnt. n.i.'pr fte- aired to combine the negotiations for an armistice with negotiations for peace, hut that it demands that the, erms of the armistice include rea-i sonable guarantees which would pre- ent attempts by Poland to n-e thej period of the armistice for the renew-1 1 of hostile acts. I The sole obstacle in the way of the beginning of negotiations for the sus pension of military operation, the j note says, is the ahsence ol tie rol-j ish delegates, whose return is leing waited bv the representatives .f tire soviet government in order that nego- ations may be immediately openeL Notice of Assessments. Assessments have been levied by the aireeiors no an prernmni uoirs hi h-iitj on the davs named as follows, vis: Aug. i. 1!'I! ... Aug. .11. 1!1!. .. Sept. 3l. Illfl... Oct. 31. Nov. .10, 1019. .. Dec. 31. I91(... .Ian. 31. IPSO... Feb. -J. l!2n.... March 31. 1920. April 31. I"J0 . May 31. Ili.'O... June .10, !J0 .. . . . . 'i per cent. . . . . per cent. . . . . ' per cent. . 1 , per cent. . . . . ' j percent. .. . . S per cent. .. . . ',4 per cent. . ...'i percent. . . . ' t per cent. percent. . . . . '.4 per cent. , . . . l4 per cent. Good Trades for Saturday THICK PORK SAUSAGE . . . ; 25c SALT PORK , 28c NATIVE BROILERS 65c BEEF SAUSAGE oor NATIVE PORK ROASTS 35c, 38c, 40c BONELESS SMOKED SHOULDER 33f BACON, Sliced 50c; Strip v. aoc LEG SPRING LAMB " 45c WHOLE FORE LAMB " 30c WESTERN BEEF POT ROAST 25c "Sc WESTERN ROAST BEEF 38c 10c VEAL ROAST, Sucker Veal 35c. 38c VEAL POT ROAST 25c LETTUCE GREEN PEASv STRING BEANS, CUCUMBERS SQUASH v BUNCH BEETS BUNCH CARROTS 3 cans STRAINED TOMATOES 5C VAN CAMP'S and EVERY-DAY EVAPORATED " MILK r,, TWO-MINUYE TAPIOCA -)C ORANGE PEKO TEA (fancy) Jkr JLLLU Or JltM-JbLL. 15- Two pk'gs. SUNSEAL CORN 35- SUNSEAL BROWN BREAD MIXTURE 1 CREAM LUNCH CRACKERS, per pound c EQUAL, ELKS and BUTTS CAMEL CRACKERS . . Oc 10 cakes BABBITT'S WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP . . . 75c Two pkgs. LUX -5C RINSO ; "sc One-half pint LIGHTNING JARS 90c Pint LIGHTNING JARS $1 ir Quart LIGHTNING JARS i'"0 Two-Quart LIGHTNING JARS 1.30 Special price on one-half gross and gross lots. HARVARD and CLICQUOT GINGER ALE WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE Houghton & Robins I Making 4', percent. For the fiscal vear ending July 31, !:!0. pays hie to the treasurer on or be fore September Jst. URAMTK M I'Tl'AL INS. m, R. f!. Robinson, Tress. RQ Sale of Enamel Ware SATURDAY. AUGUST 7TH Last and best nale of the summer. Your choice of articles in the window 59c ABATEMENT OF TAXES. There will V a inertins of the TVwifd "f nil Authority for the abate rr,er.t f tae ke'd in (he lily Court n-'m. City Hall, on Friday. August 13th, at 7 rc!' p. m. t AM l.s M At KAY. Cry Oi. Auju-t j, 1?."0. INTERCITY PARK SUNDAY, AUGUST 8. 3 P. M. MONTPELIER K. of C. vs. BARRE A. A. Score rard ill be aold at 3V. Trn per cent of receirrta f the aale t be jriien ' the Hasbingtnaj Coua'y Tnbr-tular H'-piiaJ. AJI large pieces, including 10-o.uart Pails, Preserving Ket tles, Covered Pails. 1 -quart Milk Measures. 3-quart Milk Cans, large Tea Pots, JO-quart Milk Cans, Bread Raisers and Covers. Terms Cash and Carry. C. W. Averill & Co.