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TiiK &UUUS UA1L.V T1J1KS, UAHltfc VT.. WKHAf-SDAV, AUGUST 18, l2(t.
Homer Fitts Go.
Incorporated ;
' "The Store Where Quality Counts"
The. Best Corsets
for You
. WARNER'S
... -
Rust-Proof
Corsets
Mr
Of course you want a fashionable
corset-one that will give your
" figure slim, - smooth, graceful
lines, butyou want more than
that!
You want a corset you can de
pend upon for wear and comfort.
In Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets the beauty is
backed up by the finest, the most dependable,
the most famous corset construction in the
world
Every Warner's Rustproof Corset is guaran
teed not to Rust, Break or Tear.
; Naturally, they are the most economical cor
sets in the world you just can't "wear them
out!",
As fine and dependable as Warner's Rust-Proof
Corsets are
Warner's
Brassieres
and
Bandeaux
which we can show
you in a wide selec
tion of styles for all
occasions and for all
types of figures. Lace .
trimmed or plain ;
hook back or front;
all materials.
BARRE DAILY TIMES
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920.
The Weather.
- Fair, to-night mid Thursday; modor-
ate temperature' north and northwet
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We have cut the price on our entire line of Men's and
Women's Low Shoes and Pumps. . ,
We have a good assortment of styles, sizes and widths.
You will save money by purchasing now for next sum
mer at these prices.
Women's
$12.00 values; sale price ....... $9.49
$11.00 values; sale price . 8.49
$10.00 values; sale price.. 8.49
$ 8.00 values; sale price 6.49
$ 7.00 values; sale price 5.19
$ 6.50 values; sale price 5-49
$ 6.00 values; sale price ' 4.98
Men's
$16.00 values; sale price . .A $12.00
$15.00 values; sale price 12.00
$ 9.50 values; sale price 7.49
$ 8.00 values; sale price $5.98 and $6.98
TALK OF THE TOWN
Visit the cut-price sale pn oxfords
and pumps at Tilden's. adv.
K. P. Richardson of Hard wick sjnt
yesterday in Barre with friends. '
Second-hand parlor organ for gale,
cheap at Bailey's' Music Kooms. adv.
Dancing at Woodbury pond Thurs
day night. Carroll's' orchestra. adv.
Small viclrolas, just the size for
your camp, $25, at Bailey's Music
Rooms. adv. t
Arthur Harlow of East Hardwiek is
spending a few days in town as the
guest of friends.
Mixs Mabel Hutchinson, R. X., left
yesterday for a two weeks' visit with
her brother in Windsor, Conn.
Make your money go the longest
way save while you spend; pa less
and dress better. The Royal Tailor
Man. adv.
Fancy color voiles, silk tricolette, for
shirt waists and dresses. Little Dry
Goods store, Cottage street, off North
Main street.
Miss .Jennie Holden, who is employed
in the State House in Boston, is spend
ing a few days of her vacation here
with friends.
Mrs. Jennie Valle of Addison street
is working for two weeks in the Barre
Bargain store, taking the place of Miss
Teduzzi, who is taking her two weeks'
vacation.
Herbert Rugg of Lowell, Mass., for
merly a resident of this city, was in
Barre yesterday, having been a wit
ness for J. P. C'orskie in his suit
against the city.
Mrs. William McKee and two snns
of tJraniteville returned last night
from Leeds, P. Q., viere they have
been ' spending six weeks af the old
home of Mrs. McKee.
Long distance and general trucking;
truck is also equipped to carry parties;
will scat between 15 and 20 people. .Ml
pneumatic tires. .Granite: City Bottling
Works. Call 716-M of 716-W.
A regular meeting of R. C. I. P. A.
will be held Wednesday evening, Aug
ust 18, at 7:110 o'clock in Foresters'
hall. All those eligible for membership
please be present for initiation.
If you are contemplating -oming
to Joe's pond. "West Danville, for jour
vacation be sure to stop at the Lske
Shore house anil you will get g od
accommodations. Also boats to let.
adv. "
Mrs. J. P. Corskie of Trcmnnt street
returned to Barre yesterday, after
having spent a few days in Quincy,
Mass., with friends. Mrs.- William
Marshall and son, William, returned
with her for a two weeks' stay here.
A cablegram received to-day from
Santiago, Chile, announced the birth
of a son, William Barclay Noel, to Mr.
and Mrs. Fred J. Noel, formerly of
Barre. the mother being remembered
n. Margaret, daughter of Mrs. Mary
Earclav of 67 Park street.
. .TALK OF THE TOWN
Dancing at Woodbury pond Thurs
day ;tght. Carroll's orchestra.-t-odv.
New assortment of player piano ma
gic rolls now on sale at Bailey'u Musie.
Rooms. adv. . ;
Special bargain, marquisette for win
dow curtains. Little Dry (roods store,
Cottage street, off North Main street.
COX CONFERRING
WITH PARTY MEN
MONTPELIER
Tilden Shoe Co.
Currier Block, 187 North Main Street, Barre, Vt.
V WEBSTERVILLE ,,
Baseball, Oraniteville vs. F.a.t Barre
A. ('., Wednesday, Aug. IS, Gazeley
park. Game called at 5 sharp. adv.
Mr. and Mrs, Nelson Lagor returned
to their home in Connecticut Saturday,
after visiting their daughter, Mrs. Bert
I'e'kcy, for several, weeks.
Louis Rivard, who is employed in
Wiiid-or, is spending a week at his
heme here.
Miss Marsaret Fraser left here Sat
urday for Shcrbrooke, where she will
visit fr a short time before returning
to her school in Alberta.
John Mathesnn of Bath, Me., is vis
iting friends in t"
Mrs Stewart and granddaughter,
Mildred, of Montreal are visiting Mrs.
Jane Kilgate and other relatives here.
Rev. and Mrs. W. .1. M. Beattie of
Enosburg Falls have been visiting
frieTids here for a few days. Mr. Brat
tie rilled the pulpit at the F.piscopal
church Sunday. They returned home
to day and were accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. W. .1. Coxon, who will vis
it there a week.
Mrs. R. Sturgeon returned Saturday
from a short business trip to Montreal.
The Hosehnd S. S. class will have an
ice iTttm sale on C.eaWs lawn Friday
evening. Patronize the yonng ladies'
cla.
The Tom Thumb wedding will be
gixrn by the children in the Fast Barre
church Friday evening for the benefit
of the woman' auxiliary. Fverybody
come.
Has Some! Publicity Suggestions in
Mind But He Is Against Having
Professional "Preas Agents."
Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 18, A confer
ence on national campaign pinna with
Senator Harrison of the. national
speakers' bureau was the principal
political affair to day before Governor
Cox, the Democratic presidential can
didate.
Relief of Governor Cox from direc
tion of details of his speaking itinerary,
such as train arrangements, schedule
making and other affaire, was one of
the subjects to be taken up.
Publicity affairsof the Democratic
campaign, it was said, also were to te
discussed. Governor Cox has tabooed
professional "press agents" or personal
"publicity directors," and it is under
stood that none will be' attached to
the governor's immediate personal
staff. But the candidate has other pub
licity suggestions in mind.
Another innovation in the Cox cam
paign is suggeston for-a personal aide
to the governor. His advisors are
urging that a big, bulky man be as
signed to him if only as a human
wedge for clearing paths through
crowds.
Governor Cox will leave here to
night to fill a speaking engagement to
morrow night at South Bend, Ind., be
fore the Indiana Democratic Editors'
association.
HARDING AT PICNIC.
Wag Guest of Lumbermen's Associa
tion in Marion District.
Marion. 0., Aug. IS. Senator Hard
ing was the invited guest of the Lum
bermen's association of the Marion dis
trict at a picnic held to-day in a park
on the outskirts of the city. It was ex
pected that late in the afternoon he
would deliver a brief address, touclring
in a general way on campaign Umics.
Most of the morning the nominee
spent working on the address which he
will dejiver to-morrow to a front porch
delegation made up of members and
former members of the Ohio legisla
ture. This speech, it had been indicat
ed at Harding headquarters, will be
one of the most important he has deliv
ered this far in the campaign.
A feature of the day was a call on
the senator by a group of members of
the Society of American Indian,, an
organization founded sevesal year ago
at Ohio State university for the pro
motion of the interests of the Indian
race. '
To-morrow' speech to the Ohio leg
islature delegation probably will be the
nominee's lasl during the present week.
Albeit Lamb of New York was here
the first of the week for a short visit.;
He is! a descendant of a brother of Col- J
oncl ;,Jcob Davis, the first settler' in
Montpulier. j
William Brown of Detroit, Mich., is
visit ing ' with Mrs. Fred Brown, his j
mother; .for the first time in 10 years.!
Burt Spooner weni to Buffalo, N. Y 1
jebtordRy audy-with W. H. Farrar, will
drive two automobiles home, -
Miss Charlotte Pierpont of Burling
ton: state leader in the home demon
stration department, was in the city1
yesterday in connection with the work j
in Washington county. '
Alfred Cormier, who was arrested'
Tuesday on the charge of non-support!
or' his family, has pleaded not guilty in j
city court and the case has been con- j
tinned for trial. An officer visited the1
house, where he found conditions need
ed investigation further as to-the care
of the family. There seemed to be lit
tle food or clothing in the house and,
what there wag, did not seem to have
been very well cared for.
H. M. McFarlarid of Hyde Park was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Miss'Mary Ford is' taking a vacation
from her work in the' board of charities'
office and has gone to Albany and oth
er New York places.
Fred S. Deslaurier, chief of police in
Springfield, is visiting with friends in
this city. Mrs. Deslaurier accompanied
him. "
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to Frank Scott of Salisbury,
Mass., and Miss Joyce Roberts of
Montpelier and to James Lacillade of
Montpelier and Miss Sigrid Rudman of
Worcester, Mass.
At the regular meeting of Mirror
Lake grange, August 20, the program
will be given by the members of the
fourth division of the birthday club.
Sitters not in this division please bring
cake. Dr. Burr will be present and give
an address on, "The Individual's Rela
tion to the Health of the Community.''
Every member come.
With ithe exception of the sixth
ward, all the wards of Montpelier lost
popultion in the recent census. The re
port of the city by wards, a announced
by the census bureau at Washington,
UNION PRY GOODS .
SERVICE SATISFACTION
See our foil page advertisement
on page 3 of to-day's issue
is as. follows:
Ward one . .
Ward two, . .
Ward three .
Ward four ..
Ward five ..
Ward six
1020
117!)
1617
1072
1013
005
124ft
mini ice
138
184.1
108H
1062
1243
H.
V. GREENE CO. FILES.
Shows a Surplus
Children's Suits
and Top Coats
We can make you some attractive
prices on the above poods.
Not this season's production, but
exceptional values.
SUITS S3.00, $6.00, $7.50 to $12
TOP COATS $3.30, $1.00, $5.00 to $7.50
Card of Thanks.
We wisluo thank all mir friends and
neighbor for their kindness during
our recent trouble, and for the many
floral tributes.
Mr. and Mrs. (i. Momrzi and familv.
Thurdar. Aug. 19
Regular meet
ing of Dcgre of
Poiuon n
at 7 :S" o'clock.
TOO LATL CLASSIFY
Small tnwnt at 449
TO RENT
Main t-.
kinrt.i. t'twn
FOR SALE -A
all ti.
n-.-! - m
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rMittiwftrft ;
North
Paul
lS2tf
r aav t h Mr
at It
Financial Statement
of $105,166 on Hand.
Bostan, Aug. 18. The H. V. Greene
Co of 25 Huntington avenue, doing an
Investment business with branches in
various parts of the country, filed with
the commissioner of corporations to
day a statement of its financial condi
tion in compliance with a request from
that official. The commissioner's notice
sent several dys ago, called atten
tion to the company's allcyed failure to
comply with the Ia, calling for the
statement. At the same time the com
missioner reported the matter to At
torney General Allen, who later said
that his office was 'Vonferring" re
girding the Green Co.
John Jacob Arnold, confidential sec
retary to H. X. Greene, president and
treasurer of the company, explained
that failure ta file the report within
P0 days after the annual meeting Jan
uary IS, was due to a misunderstand
ing and that for the last four, dsy
e-rtiried public accountants had been
working on the books preps rinjf th
statement. The last previous state
mcnt was filed December 31, !!!. The
statement filed to-dav was sijrned hv
llenrv B. Green preident. treasur
er and director, and huumuml I . I amp
bell a cleik. The report showed the
capital stock divided into lO.fNMI sh.ties,
par value $10. of uhich 70) hare
are preferred and 2.."0() common. There
had been Issued and were out -landing
on January 13, 1.0SO (.hares of pre
ferred and 2..VH1 of common. The stste
imnt showed a surplus on hand f
HO.-i.ltirt.
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ORANITEVILLE
The ladies of the Pie-ihytrian church
will hold an i-e cream sale on the lawn
near Aldrich's store Thursday ening.
Baebal1. Granite ille . I'.a.t I'.srre
A. C.
park.
Wednesday,
Game relied
j.
Auc
at 5
li. Gn-clv
shsrp. .-I'll.
ffASlllGTO
Mra. Bobert Powers has returned
from an outing at Highgate Springs,
and with Dora Hodgdon, she has re-
tomobilea do and urging that aciioii uv
taken against the motorcyclists. There
are 855 of these registered in the state
and from the noise they make one
would think there were as many as
there are automobiles, of which there
are now 23,222 registered and 36,164
licensed operators. The total .receipts
in that department have increased to
523,fl55.98.
Only a few automobile accident re
ports reached the. secretary of state's
office to-day. These include Caroline
Boftice of Barre, who made the fol
lowing report: "My car in garage and
brakes on and the car went back and
struck 2S80JI, Which stood in ffhe drive
way." In another place the report
states that, a fender was bent. Clifford
Barrows of Morrisville reports that he
had an accident in Hardwiek the 3d of
the month in which he suffered a
sprained leg, but he gave no details of
the accilient.
The Mount Aeolus company of Dor
set has filed with the secretary of
state certificates to show that the
company intended to issue $5,00(1 in
capital slock and that it had paid up
that 'amount of stock. The Sherman
Electric company of Williamsville" has
filed a similar report for the same
amount of capital stock with the addi
tional certificate that the public serv-.
commission has given its consent
to the company to do business in the
state..
The state highway commissioner has
received many more reports from the
supervisors that road construction is
again under' way, the farmers, upon
whom many towns have to depend for
their mad work, having completed
their haying. The new reports include
one-third of a mile in Middftbury on
BETtl&L
Achilli Coranchini and hia two sons of
Xorthfield, former residents, were here
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Oilman has entered
the office of A. X. Washburn as cash
ier. -
Morris A. Lilley has left the Bethel
mills and is working at the granite
sheds.
Miss Swazey, matron of the sanato
rium, has returned from Norwich,
where she spent her. vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hunt of Brook
lyin, X. Y., were guests yesterday at
C. f". Morse's. . .
Mrs.-W.'F. Saunders of Dorchester,
Mass., came "yesterday to join her
mother and son at the Raymond cot
tage. Mr. and Mrs. C. O.. Hopkins of Som
erville, Mass., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Reed.
George Lay-ell and his son, Rob
ert, of Manchester, X. II., came Sat
urday to E. H. Layzell's, the son re
maining for a few weeks' visit, during
the absence from home-of his mother at
a hospital in Manchester.
Mrs. Kllen layzell returned Satur
day toher home in Dunham, Quebec,
...... ,o uioiiiiia v.s.t with her ton, j..
H. Layzell.
B. C. Rogers conducted an auction
sale of household goods for Mrs. W. C,
Clifford last Saturday.
Charles White, jr., opened a popcorn
stand at depot square last evening.
Mrs. F. F. McCullough went to-day
tj visit her mother at Cliftondala,
Mass. - -
Robert S. Adams, who recently had s
position at Framinghara, Mass., has re-
turned to his former position at the
Ford automobile works in Detroit,
Mich.
B. E. Thresher and party of Phila
delphia were local visitors yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Blanchard and their
sons, Stanley and Paul, went to-day to
visit at Rev. Fred Daniels m nest
port, X. V.
EAST BARRE
- Baseball, Graniteville vs. East Barre
A. C, Wednesday, Aug. 14 Gazeley
park. Game called at 5 sharp. adv.
The Tom Thumb wedding will be
given by the children in the East Barre
church Friday evening for the benefit
of the woman's auxiliary. Everybody
come.
I PDWttHWiMJMHIHI
I This Week Is
The 'Last W
sumed her work in the secretary of j the Bristol road: SO rods in Xew Ha-
state'a office, both having completed
their vacation.
Xothing could be learned at the gov
ernor's oflice to-day whether the gover
nor had gone to Boston for the con
ference which was railed to be held
in that city to-day on different mat
ters, but he is understood to be. in
Rutland.
The Trowd that attended the Chau
tauqua last evening, was much pleased
with the presentation of the play.
"Xothing But the Truth," which was
filled with laughter and brought forth
much favorable comment. The ad
dress of K. R. B. Flint, professor of
Xorwich university, upon "Community
Planning" was one of the best of the
kind ever heard in Montpelier, accord
ing to those who have followed the ac
tivities of the hoard of trade.
Mrs. Ryiand Taisey has resumed her
work in the commissioner of indus
tries office after a vacation passed in
part by traveling with Mr. Taisey.
W. S. Teachout of the state auto
mobile department is receiving many
ro
ven; 30 rods in Woodford; 40 rods in
Pownal; 72 rods in Westford; ono
balf mile in Randolph; 50 rods in
Bradford; one-fourth mile in Tun
bridge; 20 rods in Craftsbury; HM)
rods in Lowell; 40 rods in Calais; 40
rods in Halifax; a bridjre in Xorwich;
same in Pomfret; 80 rods in Rutland,
Town, on Mendon road; 40 rods in j
Middletown Springs, on West Rut-,
land road a bridge in Walden. I
A. X. Stratton of Montpelier, for !
the state forestry department, . has j
commenced a cruise for the purpose of
finding red pine and white spruce seed j
and making arrangements with farm-'
era to allow the forestry department to j
gather it, the purpose being to secure!
some first-class seed for use in the j
nurery. If good seed is secured a bet- j
ter grade of nursery product can be
distributed in Vermont. W. G. Hast
ings, the state forester, received this
week an offer of seed at ?7 a pound,
which is rather high, but if the quality
is good it may be secured. Mr. Hast
ings was in Berlin Tuesday and cruised
of the
Great Clearance Sale
Men's, Boys' and Chil
dren's Clothing, Fur-,
nishings and Shoes
at the
nyratulatory letters upon the Mate- I the Hobart property to give advice to
mctlt ne maiie last week i mr nmi (Mauling iiirv .....
that motorcvclists should -quit using done probably the largest amount of
their cutout-, that they come as much reforestation individually of any man
under the law as the drivers of au- in the state. '
Everyone to his taste
-sand when it comes to
flavor in corn flakes
I find most every
body wants
0ST 1QASTIE
Union Clothing Store
Don't fail to take advantage of the important saving you
can make by attending to this sale.
The Sale Will Close Next Saturday, August 21.
Union Clothing Co.
The Big Busy Union Store.
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The T"in Thumb ncdjin? ill be
cicn hv the children in tbe l a! ISsir"!
ihurvh Friday rvning for the benfft
of the woman's auxiliary. rAcrjU-Hy
Tm
en bv t b
ill be
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COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
BOSTON
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The Woman's
Ready-to-Wear Shop
Just Now Sport Hats
for Autumn
The Autumn Hats, from all indications, are very plain (
with little or no trimming.
For Dressy Hats, flowers, feathers and ornaments are
used, the majority being rather tailored. The brim, which
turns off the face, still retains its former popularity, which
afford the wearing of a veil.
A Stunning Selection of over one hundred models at
your disposal to select from.
All colors in the popular Tarns for girls.
The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc.
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iW4 Xo-1tan SL. Boa ton.
jo c.r.,r cm ruorj frm-TT
Sale of B. P. S.
House Paint
Here is a chance to save money on your house
paint
We are closing out 14 colors from our stock and
sv ,i C .4 r.4- A.-1ir, r r, c r r
i-n rrrpr an or anv uai i in it c n.wu.tvj ui u
have 54 pallons. "All good shades.
Come in early and jret yours.
C. W. Averill & Co.
Barre, Vermont
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