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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, MARCH 14,1921.
I , BARRE DAILY TIMES MONDAY, MARCH U, THE BAKKK limrjo. Frank E. Lanclay, PuMUhar gnta( at Ua Pwtoffie. t Ban a Bacao Wlaaa Mali naraar SUBSCRIPTION BATES On rear by mail ? Thru montba by mall l)n monih by mail . e!l2 Sinai copy ' All (ubacripuona eaaa la MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tha AMoelalad Praaa la axoluatvely tntitlea Co tha for ropubliration at all nw Elch ereditad t It or not othrla era 4 in thto papar, and alae tha local naa vblht thrrein. Out with those sap bucket! Ifad It down ta 4 cents a pound. But, unfortunately, lead is not digest ible. "Shaking the plum tree is (lie favor jte sport in Washington at (he pres ent time. Harding ahotiM beware left he arouse the Ire of a certain man named George Harvey. Wilson could give him warning. President Harding does not need to be told, perhaps, that there are ntlll a few ol Iter good Vermonters capable of filling high ottico. Income tax day are rapidly going out. March 1-3 is the limit. Those who have been holding onto their dollars to the last: possible minute, or who have delayed the evil day as long as possible should take due notice. The world doe not know which side Is winning in Russia any more than it reallr knows the czar and czarina re dead. I)qring the course of the next half century it may be possible to determine the fact. If the Germans had explained they were too busy working to pay the al lies' reparations and so did not have time to, salute the French officers at Diiesseldorf the explanation might have been accepted in good faith. Having bee village of Bra tion to loan Brattleboro, make further limits. It is dition to be Hot expected ome free from debt, the ittleboro will be in a posi monev to the town of as well as to begin to improvements in its own a very satisfactory con- in free from debt but to remain perhaps. It is odd enough that only about one- third, of the creditors of the closed Barre Savings Bank ft. Trust Co. have filed formal claim for their deposits or other accounts against the bank. In order to be allowed, the claims must be in by July 1. 1021. Judging by the avidity with which several hundred de positors clamored after their money last October, the entire list of accounts would have been claimed by this time,! I three months after the receiver gave notice of the necessity for filing claims. available and 400 airplunes (o distrib ute the polhon. If smell a powerful poixon ha been discovered and its ap plication is practicable, the scientists will be forced now to discover some met hod of reni1iiig (he poison. This warfare proinUc to become more and more scientific, and perhaps t ho dis coveries may be developed to kiii'Ii nn eMent (hat war will, be Impossible. If an entire army of 1,250,000 men can Jx annihilated in twelve hours it doe not bespeak any marked desire on the part of anyone to go to war, unless it le the favored nation which has made the greatest advance in mienlilie discoveries. AS Al'POrXTMKN'T WKLL MADK. Tie appointment of Walter V. Hus band, formerly of St. Johnsbnry and Montpvlier, to be United States com missioner general of immigration is one which commends itself to those who are aquainted with Mr. Husband's abiliti and with the experience which he has had during the past dozen years or more. After leaving the Vermont newspaper field, in w hich he sorved as editor of the old Montpelier Journal, Mr. Husband went to Washington as Senator DUingham's f-ecretary and later" became cl-ely associated with immigration matters through the ap pointment of Senator Dillingham to be chairman of the Senate committee on immigration and still Inter through his executive position on (he commis sion, which w-as headed by Senator Dillingham and whmb went to Europe to study the conditions there first hand. In all this service Mr. Husband has acqaired a knowledge of the im migration questions which fits him well for tha appointment as commis sioi'W general, which President Hard ing has just announced. Mr. Husband's friends in Vermont take this oppor tunity to congratulate him on his suc cess and to wish for him a successful administration at the head of the im migration department. Contents Intoxicating. Some people can't stand pronperWy. The horn of plenty haa started many a man on a toot. Boston Transcript. But Why the Hurry? A young English girl of socially prominent parents, being asked by her teacher what R. 8. V. P. meant, replied, "Rush in, shake, and vanish pleasant ly." Boston Transcript. If it is true that the inauguration j of Harding as president cost only $1,- j 1 500 thi. plans should become a model j I for future inaugurations not only in Washington, but In capitals of the I states. To all intents and purposes, I Harding is as thoroughly inducted ijito Ithe office of president as if a turn many times a,s large as $1,500 had been spent; and no one is greatly harmed by the simplicity of the arrangements. The ceremony itself seems to hare tak en on greater prestige by reason of the stripping away of many of the bizarre Ifeaturei. The efforts of the Vermont itat for-1 lestry department to get the subject of j Iforeits and reforestation before the j 1 public of Vermont through the mov ing picture films are very commendable land should get co-operation from the managers of moving picture shows all over the state. The puhlic may not at first evince a great deal of interest in the pictures hut the presentation of other pictures along the same lines is Ilikely to arouse a considerable amount it interest later on. There is no doubt rhat the public needs to be informed nf the ronditions relating to forestry, and the moving picture films furnish Una medium for spreading the infor- natwa. The press is called upon so often to eeord instances of the failure of me- l snical doviera on railroads that men- ioa should be made also of the sue- -rssful operation of sm-h device. Such n iUu-tvation of uoroful operation as given when a train carrying 275 ssengcrs nn the JViton t Albany uilroad saved from wreck in Mas-thii-itt bv a danger signal set by a .roken rail. The cri'inrer of the train aw the danger atrial and be at once lirved the silent ord'-r to tkiw 4wi lis train, with ihe result that 1hrv aches f "i r;ji wct nKfly de- ih-d lien the tia;ti struck the br.k n rail, which had leen the raae of he dancer 'ji1. Of etnir-M-, there bad be t-o i.jx-rat Win on tV part of IV nginetr, l the rtnai would have -en of n aad. N.enti! in tbe I ! Slie gnr- mrst ser lairo t baie ii-M-4 hurd p -i-n h;h trid hae 1.,r1 t- ent,: r-, At'TKta r f i.'Wltinat a,, n in tj,e A-;aiiw f,eT-!e it, wrt'e hfltirs prmii p ' si ? l.a J bi .! ?. of i, j i-' a Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, Vt Capital Surplus and Un divided, Profits, $220,000 Pays 4 P. C. on Savings Deposits 2 P. C. on rimtr- cial Deposits All taxes paid by bank. Depository of City of Montpelier and State of Vermont TRUSTEES GEORGE U BLAJtfCHARD. President. EDWARD H. DEAVTTT, Viea- Preaident. H. JULIUS VOLHOLM, Vlea- Pre!dlt FRANK N. SMITH, Treasurer. W. G. NYE HARRY DANIELS T. E. CALLAHAN Elkays Straw Hat Dyes 25c IS Colors. Enough for One -Hat in each bottle, at Red Cross Pharmacy IS "Xot (he kind Mother used to make but (lie kind Father used to buy." A DELUXE AS SORTMENT Tailored neckbands ample cloth and cor rectly sized. Tub silks, yith lustrous satin stripes. And a high grade as sortment of silk and linen -hard twisted yarn,, which makes for durability. Also madras in new and unusual weaves. Now for the colors : Everything but red. Enough sed. And the Prices? From $2.50 to $8.00. F. H. Rogers & Company No Shade for Her. Dick Did you tell her when you pro posed that you were unworthy of ber! That always makes a hit. Pave I was going to, but she tola mo first. Portland Evening Express. Must Be Somethiflf Wrenf. Dora "Did you see the way that man smiled at met" Doris "Yes, dear, IM me have a look at your face. Perhaps you've got a smut on your nose." Stray fttoriea. Helpful "Doctor, I wish you would give me sr metliing to help my memory. I forg so easily." "All right. I'll send you a bill every month." Boston Transcript. Buy Your Own Laces. Adv. Sample shoes to be given away no strings to this offer. Boston Transcript. The Times Classified The Modern Spirit of cooperation, th spirit which animates all suc cessful business, prevails in the organization of our Federal reserve bank. We own stock in it, We keep our reserve cash in it. We have a voice in electing its direc tors and through them in choosing its manage ment. It is our bank, and its resources enable us at all times to meet the legitimate banking requirements of our community. You, in turn, can cooperate with us in main taining the Federal Reserve Banking System, and St the same time share in its benefits and pro tection, by becoming one of our depositors. Peoples Naticna! Bank of Barre WUUAMSTOWN Death of D. F. Chambera, Sec. & Traaa. ef Williamstawn branch, G. C. I. A. The community is surprised and sad dened by the death at his home at 0 O'clock in the evening of March 12th, of one of it members, Pale Fred Cham ber, after an illness of but two weeks. The deceaaed was born in Jericho on Jan. 10, 187S, and had but lately passed his 43rd birthday. He was married in Haverhill, X. H on Jan. 20, 1M.1, to Miss Berniee Thompson, who with six children, the oldest, Lyle, being 17 years of age, survive him. The other children are Francis, Arthur, Bernard, Doris and Herbert. Ha also leaves a brother, Herbert Chambera of Hollia ton, Mass., Mr. Chambera has lived in town for tba past 13 years, the first oight years on the farm on Baptist aa , irtrm.rlv nwneH bv .Triaon K. Mar tin and known to our older residents at the Henry Erskmo farm, lie movea to the village five years ago and re sumed his work of stonecutting, hi specialty being lettering. He was ao honored and respected member of the G. C. I. A., being the secretary and treasurer of the local branch at the time of his duatb. The funeral will be held at the Congregational church on Tuesday, March 15, Bv. Charles K. Walah, pastor of the church, officiating and the burial will b in the village cemetery. Moving pictures and old and young folk' danoe, aupper at Williamstown Inn, Thursday evening, March 17. Ad mission, pictures, 50c ami 25c; dance, Hk- a couple; supper, 50. Special fea ture, "Trumpet Island." nine reels. Management moving picturea. adv. The south hill school closed Friday, March 11, for the spring vacation. Jn tho evening the pupils entertained the parent and friends with dialogues, reci tations and musie. Mrs. Ltttel, teacher in tha school, gives the following re port of attendance i Per cent of attend ance for fa term, (; for the winter term. 0T. Those having perfect attend anif during the winter term are Osar ine Alexander, Haael Williams, Don ald Oraham, Rodney Graham and Plinio Sassi. Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. NINETY-FOURTH YEAR Premium Notes in Force. . . .$12,282,7500 Cash Assets. $300,000.00 Insurance in Force $123,121, 77L00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up PJ&n at actual cost no profit Collider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, oee our Local Agent 'McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange WHILE YOU ARE YOUNG Establish bank connections while you are young. Learn banking ways and banking laws. This bank welcomes young men. Become one of the num ber 'who patronize this bank. Nothing can fur nish you with a firmer foundation for your busi ness career. The First National Bank of Montpelier Member Federal Reserve System oiumns Offers an" Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You . Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent. fry An Adv. in The Times GRAN 1L .11 JLJt SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. THE OLDEST BANK IN BARRE The bank of safety and service. "Large enough to accommodate, not loo large to appreciate, you." A savings account is a rainy day fund, a life insurance policy, a sick benefit, an old age pension. Make this the Bank of Your Savings OFFICERS JOHN TROW, President FRANK F. CAVE, Vice-President CHAS. H. WISHART, Treasurer j;j 5 Helpfulness The mutual valuo of personal acquaintance and relationship between our customers and our officers has always been recognized by this bank. Start an account with us to-day: Consult us fpgardinp your desires for the future. .This bank takes keen pleasure in assisting its customers. The dominating idea here is HELPFULNESS. Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co, BEN A. EASTMAN, PrwiHmt H. 1. M. JONES, Hc-Pridant C. h. WILLEY. TroaaurtT DIRECTORS Ban A. Eaatmaa James M. Boutwcll W. G. Reynold H. F. Cutlar E. L. Scott H. J. M. Jonaa B. W. Hookar H. U. Jackaon The American Legion Post No. 10 - Barre, Vt. If you arc entitled to compensation for injuries or disease resulting from military service The American Legion Will Get Results For You. This applies to every person, man or woman, who may be now or at any future time, entitled to com pensation. It makes no difference if you are not a member of the Legion, answer "yes" or "no" to the questions on the attached card and return immedi ately, and you will get results quick ly, without red tape, and with no obligations to you. Alex. D Straiton, Com'r. Questionaire 1. Were you wounded in service? 2. Were you gassed? . 3. Have you any reason to think that your health was in any way impaired by your military service? 4. Do you wish to file claims? 5. Have you filed claim? 6. Has claim been settled? (Signed). : Return at ONCE This space donated by Moore & Owsns. ADVESTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES 1 Goodrich Hipress and Ball Brand Rubber Boots Ruy yourself and the children a pair of Short or Storm Kin? Boots and keep your feet dry and warm. We stand back of our boots and our prices arc right. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop