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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE. VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920.
Special Sale Now Going On WHIT Rotary Sewing Machine Vibrator Sewing Machine A Saving of $15. 50 Mrs. Marion B. Wilson, a representative from the White Factory will be at our store for the two weeks beginning Sept. 13, to show anyone interested the many excellent quali ties of this wonderful Sewing Machine. Call in and ask for a demonstration. , ' REGINA Electric Vacuum Sweeper The Sweeper of Quality a in ffi mm en a. B B aa aE teste' Ask To See the Special We have just taken the agency for this well-known Electric Sweeper for Barre and vicinity. ' Demonstrate will make a house to house canvass of the city. Give them a chance to give you a private demonstration, or come to the store for one. B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST V7-TO-DATB MOTOR AMBULANCE EERVICB City rataa mum aa boraa-drivan ambiilaare; eiataaoa calls at laainaiBla juf: Westinghouse Mazcia Lamps Every Lamp Guaranteed BARRE ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 98. MONTPELIER ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 26 For Your Electric Wants. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES i listen Here KEEN KLEANER, six for 25c ! BABBITT'S CLEANSER, six for 7. . 25c ! OCTAGON CLEANSER, six for .;. 25c ! For Boiled Dinners i Why not have a boiled dinner? It will make a j very pleasing change and thsrwcather is right. - J CORNED BEEF, per It) , 2530c j PICKLED SPARE RIBS, per rt 15c J SALT I'IUST t EET, per lb "8c SALT PORK, per lb 25c Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Cabbage and Cauli flower. Serve Apple Sauce with Fresh or Salt Pork. We have the Apples, TALK OF THE TOWN Regular meeting of Bripht Star Re hekah lndc to-nieht at 8 o'clock. Binder twine, 05c a ball, $9 a bale. N. D. Plielpa Co. Inc. " Baseball, Saturday, Sent. 18, at 3, Intercity park. Montpeher K. vs. Barre A. A. adv. Wanted, at Red Cross pharmacy, a young man to learn drug business. High school training prefered.adv. of C. TALK OF THE TOWN Baseball, Saturday. Sept. 18, at 3, .i-i.;it.y uiik, ivionineiier iv. oi vs. Barre A. A. adv. Any person or persons wishing to go to Newport or Nherbrooke on Sept. 18 or 19 'phone t)90.--adv. There will be a talent social at the Universalist church to-night at 7:30 Come and bring some kind of refresh ments in a covered dish. Bessie E. Spear, teacher of piano, A regular meet.ng of R. C. I. R A. har and theory. Coaching for nesday venJiiK, Sept. .15, m Vor. ,.bu8,np, , jn . then hall at 7:20 p. m. let all mem- meatt fte s' t7 15.-adv. I prPrnl. . ,..: hn Carroll of the Carroll Brothers up, , . 7 (irmite Co. went to New York City mouin ; la8t n,&nt " business trip of a few 1,' , y ; aays in the interest of the firm the fall entrance. I - , . . . ir xi f ni n., cvnyaoay welcome at the corn Rev-, and Mrs. W. C. Johnson of Der- roaBt to.niffht on Bat.h.,d(ir mcad. by Line are stopping a few days at the ow, 0ff Circle street. If it rains to- nome oi uieir son, w. lurua jonnson, n cht. corn maa. will Y fc.M t.n,r jr., on iremoni street. Regular meeting fcnsil Laval 218, LT'nion St. John Baptiste d'Ameriquc, Friday, Sept. 17, in Worthen block at 7:30 p. m. Per order secretary, Grand ball and oyster supper, arm nasium hall, upper Oraniteville. Fri day evenine, Sent. 17. Carroll's or chestra, five pieces. Dancing 8 till 2. adv. Al Thompson and brother "Zeke" Thompson, two football players of Goddard's 1019 squad, have gone to the University of Vermont to try out for the varsity football squad. Mrs. Jennie Bizzozero and daugh ters, Julia and Irene, who accompanied I WILLIAMSTOWN row night. Adults, 25c, children under I'l, lie. adv. Bart Garrity, a student at Goddard seminary in 1918. passed through Barre yesterday while en route to Bur lington from Brookline, Mass. Garrity was on his way to join the varsity football squad of tha University of Vermont, with which he played last year as a tackle. BETHEL Max D. Bliss and Miss Pearl G. Bohon- non Married. A Drettv Wwillinff wttnnaclul nnlu'hir l-i-l t: 1 TM T I . 1- - i , t i . . . y y mi-naru piwuzfio mm riinii-c uen'nir tne ijiimeaiate iamuies or rne mntrflrt. to fSprmgnclrt, has arrived home, alter spending a few days with them, Long-distance and general trucking; truck is also equipped to carry parties: will seat between 16 and 20 people. All pneumatic tires. Granite City Bottling Works. Call 718 M or 746-W, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barclay of Ma ing parties was solemnized vesterdav forenoon, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Webster Bliss, when their son, Max D. Bliss, married Miss Pear! G. Bohonnon, only dauirhter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bohonnon of South Rovul- ton. They were attended by Mr., and Mrs. R. W. Bohonnon of Northfield and the double ring servioe was used, nl avenue r enenrfinn a i.oV at I WItil the full Methodist LnisCOoal serv the home of Mr. and Mr. Nelson J performed by Rev. J. Wesley Miller. Craige in Oraniteville, where they re sided until Mr. Barclay lost bis eye sight in a quarry explosion. Golda H. Douglas of the Giudici Bros. Granite Co. has just returned from an extended business trip through the west, attending while there the annual convention of the International uran ite Producers' association. Albert Sector of 17 Division street, i employed during the summer at the Lake Morey club, is stopping at his home here for a week or so. before go ing to Fitrhburg, Mass., to begin work with a large lumber firm. The parlor of th Bliss residence was decorated with flowers and festoons. After the ceremonv the vounir neonle ueiayea tneir weaamg journey long enougn to vote at the primaries and then began a two weeks' tour, which will include the White mountains, the Berkshire hills and the Moh awk trail. They will live in South Rovalton for the present, but Mr. Bliss will continue his work at the Bethel tannery, where he noias a responsible position. He is a graduate of VVhitcomb high school, class of lOlS. and during the war was a member of the students armv train ing corps at Middlebury college. Mrs, Resmol healed that Skin trouble When you think what a source of an noyance and suffering that eczema has been to me in the past three years, do you wonder I am thankful that the doc tor prescribed Resinol? The very first time I used it, the itching stopped and in a surprisingly short time the erup tion began to disappear. Keiinol Soap should otnilly be mti with Sesinol Ointment to prepure theikin toreceirettia Ruinol madication. Reniool Soap ad Rejmol Ointment are told by all rlruirirUu. Xtttiul Seat ktlfi t tUar poor complexions. WORKMEN MANAGEMENT. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zanleoni and Bliss is a graduate of Houth Royalton son of North Main street lpave to- rrtffht for New York City, where they will sail in a few days for Italy, to spend a few months touring the native land of Mr. and Mrs. Zanleoni. Miss Annie McKay of Nova Scotia, who has been visiting at the home of Malcolm McKenna in Graniteville for the past two weeks, left for New York City this morning to visit other re la tives. Miss Rosamond Mackie of Summer street, a graduate of the Crane lrt atitute of Music at Potsdam, N. Y., last June, has gone to Buffalo, V to supervise instruction in music at the Blazdell high school during the ensuing year. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christie and two sons, Alexander and James, have returned to their home on Aver street. high school, class of 1910, the Randolph high school teacher training course and attended Johnson normal school Mrs. Henry A. Kittell and Miss Merle kj. Aittell of feheldon recently visited inenps nere. Leonard Gare and his sister. Miss Myrtie Morse, are abfent, from home on a two weeks' tour, which includes stops at Franklin. X. H., Rumney, N. H., and Derry, X. H. About 40 per cent of the registered voters attended the primaries yester day. Harold P. Perkins received the Republican nomination for representa tive with 152 votes. Mrs. Eva II. Wil son received the Democratic nomina tion with rtf votes. For the Republi can nominntion for governor Ilartness received 67 votes, Emery 61, Agsn 62 and Babbitt 10. For the Republican Since lest February Mr. Christie has nomination for congressman Dale re been unploved in an automobile fac tory in Detroit, Mich., and was joined by his family erly this summer. A teletrram from the war department has been received by Mrs. Lula M. Coburn of 8 Orange street, stating that the body of her son, .lohn Cameron ceived 77, Gordon 57 and Gibson 51. tor state senators the vote was Bry ant 91, Newton 85, Clark 81 and White 63. For state's attorney Howland re ceived 50, Pierce 53. For sheritr Fair banks received 40, McDonald 37 and Lockwood 32. For assistant judges Edgerton received 108, Evarts riti and Scott 31. Ladr ballot clerks and voters Coburn, who died in France Ot. 8, iwit, would arrive about :-ept. ot. Mr. I u -re a nleaainir novaltv l I f 1 nfii... L I r - r:,::." a niZ: " The Camp Brook road, from the ....... i. ."miU, hr dira at F D RnWi.' t Vl. Mrs. W. J. LeBaron and daughter, I Chapman place, is being widened and Kathleen, the voune concert artist, I straightened under the local auprrvi ho spent the summer traveling sion of Selectman Albert N. Newell. through the Canadian Northwest with This is a part of rural mail route. No. chautauqua companv. came to at- one, and Bethels share of the monev tend "The Bird of Paradise." riven lnl"om th I'nited .States government the Barre opera house last evening, and) for the current year is being expended are stopping for a dav or two with here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miles of South ftlr- i-ueiia tloisington has gone to Main street. I Dcrry, X. H., to make her home, where ... , . . . her son, Sumner C. Hoismgton, re nnmracue reie, a pet not or w. e.i-..i ki. . v.. viiiK'iu, inn ma iif .iiuniiaT nigni orenpy this fall aomewnere on .-ouin Main street lor Am1ng yesterdav's voters at the prl J"" n".T morning ne wss imina aeaa m,ries were Frank H. Chamberlin. 88. nnu app.renuy tH-corne ine vicum OI H. D. Davenport has bought the an automobile, a death he narrowly e- pop. milI ,jte and djacent land oppo eaped on city aquare about a month ,it. to hit how, He ha, impr,ved his rnir . ,.m inpn. luri 'a IIlf-9 l py mg last JUST. Millivan had whipped out his 38 with Manv itennU ttnAoA th. mm.I. iiuiiT.Miii- iiuuiiik . rim .u.iair at. vv rm.fnrk tA.siMi Anthracite's suffering at that time, Mrs John Knhln anH t;.a T.n.lla but the appearance of the chief with Atchinson served as ballot clerks at tha nis anining revnuer orougiu trie to primary election yesterday. ma lerv ana nr nonniea hit in lime to elude quick death. The turmoil of primary elections caused the canvassing trams of the Barre Athletic aariation to suspend activities temporthilv; therefore, he xact results of solicitation for the sale of the association stock will not be known until these teams have cov ered the required district. Thus far, Contemplated in Plans for New Law in Italy. Milan, Sept. 14. Plans for a law for the collaboration of workmen at the next session of the Italian Par liament, have been placed in the hands of a commission appointed by socialist members of the House of Deputies. Leaders of the workmen insist that the agreement with employers must admit the men to the management of technical departments, finance and of fices for the engagement and dismissal of mpn. They assert that such pow ers should be exercised by organiza tions appointed by labor unions. Lead ers declare that occupation of plants throughout the country will continue until employers privileges are sup pressed and the new rights of labor acknowledged. While a majority of employer! strongly resist the workmen's scheme for assisting in management, an impor tant section supports a suggestion that the scheme be tripd on general lines in order that the present conflict may be ended. The element would reserve dis cussion of detail which would be sub mitted to a commission composed of representatives of employers and work ers. Negotiations between the two sides in the conflict have been rendered ntore difficult by the work of irresponsible agitators. At, Verona a mob, of rail way men and street car employes, led by Signor Scarabello, socialist deputy, invaded the Rossi factory, the em ployes of which had refused to occupy the works. Srarabello is declared to have given the Rossi family one min ute in which to abandon its adjacent home. Rossi objected, saying that he had a t-it-k son and that the phvsician refused to take the responsibility of allowing him to ba removed. "We undertake the responsibility." Scarabello is alleged to have declared. He is said to have covered Rossi with a revolver until the works and tne honse were cleared. " ' Clinton W. Cram Was Nominated By, Republicans for Representative. Primary election brought out about 250 voters of the town yesterday of the something less than 400, whose names were on the checklist. Sixty-one women voted and 15 more were en- j titled to, but failed to appear. Emery ! easily led in the vote for governor with 113, his nearest opponent being Hart-j ness with 61, and Agan received 32 and 1 Babbitt but four. The Democratic can- j didate for governor, Martin, had 11 votes. In the voting for representative from the second congressional district, John W. Gordon of Barre was given j 140 votes, with Dale 38 and Gibson eight. Witters, the Democratic candi- date, received 18. In the contest for' town representative, Clinton W. Cram received 56 votes, H. A. Thurber 53, George T. Colby 21 and others lesser numbers with many scattering votes of but one each. Fred F. Pirie received 15 votes as the Democratic candidate. Tn the contest for side judges of Or ange county, with three candidates in the field, Kent received the largest number and A. A. Reed second with 84 and Darling third with 81. ' For sale: A small pipeless furnace. Will sell cheap. II. A. Holt. Weather permitting, the Masonic cornroast will be held at the farm of J. G. Pirie, on the Graniteville road in Williamstown, Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. All Masons in good standing invited. Grand ball" and oyster supper, gym nasium hall, upper Graniteville, Fri day evening, Sept. 17. Carroll's or chestra, five pieces. Dancing 8 till 2. adv. Kockland Readinr Framlngham Lawminttar Hyde Park WakaaaM GOOD GOODS Adams Co. noon EERVICB Special for Thursday Only SHEETS Lot 1- Full size, 81x99 Extra Heavy Quality Only two to a customer . Lot 2 2.89 Full size, 81x9C Good Quality Junior-Senior High School Notes. The enrollment to date is 62. This is a larger number than in any previ ous year. The commercial work is a new fea ture this- year. A fair number enrolled for this work. Courses in penmanship, spelling, commercial arithmetic, com mercial geography, bookkeeping, short hand and typewriting are offered. The work in home economics and ag riculture is being given as heretofore. There is a larger number from out of town this year than last. The? pupils have entered in practically all years and courses. The work of the preceding years has been expanded so that a full" high school course ia being given. There are six years' work in the high school as now organized. Last Friday night a school party was given as an opportunity for new teachers and scholars to get acquaint ed. The committee in charge had a very pleasant time planned and it was enjoyed by all. BIG GRIST OF CLAIMS Presented By Motion Picture Actors and Actresses, Los Angeles, Cal.. Sept. 15. One hundred and sixty accident and iniurv claims were filed here to-dav with the workmen's state industrial commission by motion picture actors and actresses who took part in a battle scene that was photographed last week. Of the claimants by far the larger number are women. RANDOLPH Miss Laura Davis, who has been with Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Northrop for sev eral days, left on Tuesday for her home in Bedford, P. Q. Martin Scott, who has been, in Al bany, X. Y., in business college, is now at home passing a few davs with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Scott. Roy Bragg, who is taking a vaca tion from the X. N. Morse A Sons' mill, on Tuesday went to WaiLsfleld to visit his parents. Miss Maude Johnston, after a long term as bookkeeper and cashier in the Half Century store, finished her labors there on Saturday night. At present her placed is being filled by Mrs. Hugh Claflin, whose husband is one of the firm. Mrs. F. A. Salisbury is at the sanato rium, quite ill from the effects of the removal of tonsils and an attack of bronchitis, which followed the opera tion on her throat. Mrs. Harrison Richardson of R3X bury was in town on Tuesday to visit her aunt, Mrs. S. S. Whitcomb, and went from there to her home. Only two to a customer . 2.29 PILLOW SLIPS Lot 1 Extra Heavy Quality Large size, 42x38 Only four to a customer . 65c Lot 2 IS NO. MAIN ST. Pequot Slips, Hemstitched Sizes 42x38V QAi 45x3815 .....'OUC The Daylight Store BARRE, VT. Gardner Clinton Wabarn Plymouth Kama, N. H. Barn, Vt GRAMTEVILLE A son, weighing 10 pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bottom of Ar kansaa Sept. I. Mrs. Bottom will be remembered as Jennie Guv of this place. AM members of Court Hob Kov, No two teams have completed, one bring- f' Foresters of America are requested ing approximate returns cf T.S0 and P th',r , du to Kr,nk l,UBM' the other JOO. or tll.V). for the two. four other teams are still in the field hut are expected to finish np with sim ilar results within the next two davs. Polishers. Regular meeting parre polishers branch will be held in their hall, Nich ols block, on Thursday etening, Sept. 10, at J o nock. w. t. rine, sec Regular meet ing of Degree of Pocshontaa on Thursday eve ning, Sejt. I at 7 o'clock. Adoption. Let all the degree team be present at 7 'clock sharp. rice, financial acretarv, Weather permitting, the Masonic rornroast will be held at the farm of J G. Tirie, on the Graniteville road in Williamstown, Wednesdsv, Sept. 1.1. at 7:30 o'clock p. m. All Ma ions in good sianaing inviiea. Grand ball and oyster supper, rrm- nasium hall, upper Graniteville. Fri day evening, tcpt. 17. Carroll's or chestra, five pieces. Dancing 8 till 2. adv. WEBSTERVILLE There will be a corn supper served Thnrsdav night from 5 to 7 at the Fpiscnpal church, tidies of the church please bring p' and rake. Admission. 3.V and 2V. adv. The minister was tell ing Ma about a land of milk and honey when I butted in and asked him if they had 'OST ASTIES there iii M to ) P I AT F. D. LADD & CO.'S Forty baskets of the makings of apple pie and sauce from THE DIMOCK ORCHARD Have you tried a bottle of VIN EGAR will, the red label? Weather permitting, the Masonic corn roa st will be held ta the farm of James . Pine, on the Graniteville road in Williamstown, on Wednesday, Sept. 15. All those going be at the BUnrhard block at 6.30 p. m. Members owning car Llesse stop am take a load. AH laantis in F"d standing invited. Corn J roast committee. 'A. EAST BARRE Grand ball and oyster snrner, rm nasium hail, upper Graniteville. Fri day rvming. Sept. 17. Carroll's or chestra, five pierea. Dancing 8 till i j The Smith & Cumings Co., Inc. j it? !j bJtT? C? Ord,. 1 V - "v aanasl joint i;.;-w-. far fVi. and "wV''r.a. Regular meeting of WorWs tribe. No. O. R. M-.ob Thursdav eve in at 7 o'clork. IVgree work. AH member re quested to be present. IiTiUtint Vfarv a inaa .t li aa rich fw oir cast errato-a p e rv ran - ps.a furid. BcsU TranM-rj'i- ITANTLEE , raoDucry It Cant Leak. Because It's Made in One Piece EVER been scalded by a leak ing hot-water bottle? This can't happen with a Kantleelu Rantleek Hot-Water Bags can't leak. They are "one fieee" water bags moulded from pure act rubber into a ingle piece no joints or sram. Most hot -water bottles are made in sections and cemented. Cement cracks bag leaks' We guarantee a Kantlrek foe two years or a new bag free. Ask to arc the Kantleek. WW ii a wMy need it toiaha Barre Kant Leak Store. HusscU'-s The Red Cross Pharmacy all l WW m N. D. Phelps Co, is Cash Sale In order that we may make room for the season's ji'i new goods we are offering the following big reduction on a few Terfection Oil Stoves and Baldwin Refrigerators. 'Present Trie. Two Burner Stoves $18.50 Three-Burner Stoves 25.00 Four-Burner Stoves : . 31.50 Ovens, one burner 6.00 Ovens, two-burner 7.25 Two Refrigerators 23.23 One Refrigerator 32.25 If interested come early. Sale begins Wednesday, September 8 and continues while goods last. Pal' pric?. .SI 1.23 19.25 24.25 4.f,2 5.0S j6.00 25.00 Phone 28 and 29 Barre, Vt. Macaroni and Spaghetti Warner's high grade Macaroni or Spaghetti, Cash and Carry price, three pkgs. for 25c Old Wheat Flour We have a complete assortment of old Wheat, ; Bread and Pastry Flour. j Snowdrop Tastry, 's-sack, SI. 85; U-sack $3.60 j Haversack All-Round, 'it-sack, S1.95; V'rck. 3.80 j Lucky Bread Flour, 'i-sack, $2.15; 4-sack .. 4.20 ' Also Occident Bread Flour. The above prices are all Cash and Cam'. Remember we can save you money on Glass j Jars and Jelly Tumblers. i The F. D. Ladd Company