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THE BAlllUi .DAILY' TIMES',- BARRE, VT., THURSDAY,: APRIL 7, 1921.
BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1921. Kutlinhfd Every W.Dn Afternoon bf TUB BARRE DAILY TIMES. INC. Frank E. Lantiey. PublUbar fcnu-rd lit tha Poatofflea t Barra a Second. Cltu Mall Matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES On. jrar by, mail Thro monthi by mail 11.60 One month by mail 60 eanta I Binirl copy X earna All ubatrlptiona eaah in' advance. visit. There is plenty to be een in the United States of America for those who elect to stay at home. Canada, too, will have its attractions during the coming summer, with Vermont serving as a highway for a great deal of the transportation to and from the United States. In preparation for the latter, Vermont people must bo ready for the desirable, as well as for the undesir able element. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j The Aivociated f raaa ia axclusively entitled j to the uc tor republication of all newa dla. patch) credited to it or not otherwiae cred ited in thia paper, and alao the local new pi.hlifthrd (herein. TIim April of ours h .not to be all 1 June. ' The remainder of the world is not jot railed upon to carry coals to Njw castle. I'l't'sh epgs can again be reached without the aid of a ten-foot pole. Biddy realizes that the war in over. Kx-Kaiser Wilhelra cannot be at all pleased with the manner in which his friend, ex-Kmperor Charles, was re ceived by his former subjects. There is little of encouragement to Wilhelm to believe that he ever will get back his throne or that the Hohenzollerns will ever bo in control of the former em pire of Germany. Wilhelm's silence is at the same time buying a great deal. Gov. Hartncss' veto of the bill lim iting campaign expenses should riot be taken as an indication that he is go ing to run again, j After all, one of the most effective bars to .Canadian liquor is a customs service that is above reproach and is I b,'f'n the forerunner of the transfer of If the general offices of the Boston & Maine division, heretofore centering I I at Woodsville, are to be moved follow ing the destructive fire, which wiped out the station at Woodsville Wednes day, it is to be hoped that they will be located at, Lyndonville, which offers ah advantageous center. Recent action of the Boston & Maine .in removing some of its departments from St. Johnsbury to Lyndonville may have faithful to the spirit and letter of the regulations. Selection of Myron T. Herrick as United States ambassador to Paris gives evidence that the affairs of the United States will be intelligently hun died in France. The aggregate of the jobless in Mas sachusetts is said to be the largest ever known. At the same time the aggre gate of Idle acres in New England is the greatest ever known. There are the problem and the solution in a nutshell. the general oflices from Woodsville which will now be hastened by the de struction of the company's property at the latter point. If this transfer of the general oflices is to be made the move will be a blow alike to Wells River, on the Vermont side of the Connecticut river, and to Woodsville, as the general offices brought a con siderable degree of business to both those communities, besides making Wells River more or less of a center of traffic or a convenient stopping-off place for passengers. THE TARDY HON'OR TO EDWARDS. 1 Announcement that Bradier-Gen-! 1 i r .1.- 'n, ...it ..ui:- :. i era i lutrrnce n. jvawarus oi me inu-' by the minions of the law who rani rm' " lo ue rewruPa down and recaptured that negro who was making tracks from the Randolph jail straight to the office of a well known vaudeville manager, seeking an engagement. The manager of a moving picture house at Derby tine has received two "black hand" letters from Montreal, the purport of which is to "be-e-ware." The manager thinks it is a little joke. Our guess is that it is a little attempt at reproduction of the movie scenarios depicted in some moving picture houses. Touring In Turin is apt to be cur tailed this summer if the general strike assumes such a magnitude as the threatening aspect of the present time seems 'to indicate. In fact, the Amer ican rush to Europe is not expected to be anything like normal proportions because of the uncertainty of condi tions in nearly all tlie countries, which the tourists have been accustomed to V promotion to the rank of major-gn cral within a short time is pleasing in formation not alone to the members of the famous Yankee division in the World war which Edwards was largely responsible in shaping and over which he was commander for as period of the j division,' war service but also to a considerable portion of the American public, which has followed Edwards' war service and his removal rom com mand of the Yankee division. Brigadier-General Edwards has a spirit of independent action which may clash at times with others, yet he has an un doubted faculty of organizing and an unusual hold on the affections of the men he commands, two qualities which seek to fit him for high service in the United States army. There has been a feeling right along that Edwards merited the promotion to major-general because of his invaluable service in getting the 26th division ready for going overseas, for his care of the boys in the division and for the qualities The Sixth Button J1 1 MjF You will find six buttons down the box plait center of an Eagle Shirt this spring one more than on other makes six but tons drawn up in close front formation to prevent embarrassing exposures even writh the lightest fabrics six buttons, every one sewn on with twenty per cent more stitches than manufacturers consider "necessary." The sixth button is anotjier reason why men prefer Eagle Shirts. . ' AOs. s. ""-N. I Low I Heel Walking Shoes The great outdoor Walk-Over for women. Essentially a sport, shoe, but wem by women every where for city wear. - It is a partic ularly nobby shoe with a slightly shorter vamp and a little rounder toe, keeping step with today's style trend. Ask for the Prado and notice the -quality. F. H. Rogers & Co. 'of leadership he displayed while in com mand of the division overseas. That is not to say that Edwards may not have his defects like any other human be ing but that the high qualifications of the man overshadow whatever defects he may have. Brigadier-Gtneral Ed wards is approaching the day of re tirement from active service, and it is a source of satisfaction that he is to receive the larger title of major-general before that retirement comes. It may pot be too much to expect, per haps, that in due season a more com plete explanation for the removal of Edwards as commanding officer of the Yankee division will be given to the world than has been vouchsafed thus far. The ins and outs of the action are more or less a closed book, to the gen eral public. . ! II Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelier, Vt f !m j U Our Edison Owners ENJOY their phonographs EJltont Portrait FREE Get tbia bendtoenc etching proof by Frank lin Booth, and frame it for yomt borne. Show Edison be Hctt to day. Bear hia fae airr.il atitotrrapb. N J rmjat n f tnarter. 12 a 19 tochee in site. BHrf or mail the ctm-poaw You buy your phonograph for a lifetime You ought to get a lifetime of musical hap piness out of it And you do, when you buy a New Edison from us. Our Edison service guarantees this. Our repair-expert overhauls your instrument regularly, keeps it running smoothly and sweetly. Our Re-Creation Department makes it a point to stock the kind of music you most enjoy. Our magazine, "Along Broadway," comes I every month with its chat about things and persons musical. s All this is service in the truest sense of 'jf the word, cordial, interested, and with- SJf out cost. 'a jy Capital Surplus and Un divided Profits, $220,000 Pays 4 P. C. on Savings Deposits 2 P. C. or -ncr-cial Deposits All taxes r'd by bank. Depository of . City of Montpelier and State of Vermont TRUSTEES CEORf.E L. BLANCHARD. rrwaident. EDWARD H. DIAVITT. Vtea- Pnaiiirnt. H. JULU'S VOLHOLM. Vic Prcaidcnt. FRANK N. SMITH. Traaamr. W? G. NTS HARK IT DANTE LS T. E. CALLAHAN ONE INCH HEEL OXFORDS Originally intended as a iport shoe, this model h feme into general tut for ttiaet wear and walking Thije ii a rharm to the line. They are feminine, but sturdy. Wal gQ ffl for a hike or golf. V JpOaUU J Economy and Comfort By exercising prudent economy now you are planning well for the future and can enjoy the comforts of life as yi grow older. Bank your , money with us. x Interest Paid On Savings Accounts Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. Barre, Vermont BEN A. EASTMAN. Prwident H. 3. M. JONES. Kkc-Praa'dont C. K W1LUCY. Traaaorar DIRECTORS Ben A. Eaatraan Jamea H. Bout well W. O. Bayaolda H. F. Cutler E. L. Bcott H. 3. 1L 3mm B. W. Hooker H. H. Jaekaoo How to Raise a Home Not how to build a home but how to raise one. For a home is raised from seed like a plant. Be gin now a Savings account and start the money seed to growing. It will not be long before you have enough laid up to build that home you dream of. 4 The First National Bank of Montpelier Member Federal Reserve System WALKING SHOES Women who do not like broguet or very low heeli- fni ia thia modrl all the good fraturea of a port oxford. If you prefer a little height to the heel, th'n Cubaa heel it well ihaped and give poie. Notice the round toe I T Jr $8.50 Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop 170 No. Main St. Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. ! NUJETY-rOUBTH YEAR Premium Notes in Force. Cash Assets 7 .$12,282,751.00 $300,000.00 Insurance in Force .$123,121,771.00 Policies Avritten under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are eoeking Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange J av f .V ? DROWN S DRUG STORE -P A wr x x . Having obtained prices from the operators for Coal shipped in April, we can offer High-Grade Coal at following prices: Egg . . . 516.00 Stove . 16.25 Nut 16.50 Pea . 14.50 1 Buckwheat . 11.00 Thirty ton lots or more 25c per ten less than the above prices. Operators advise putting in Coal early and so do we. As a spe cial inducement, we will allow a discount from above prices, for all Coal taken before May 15. 1921, of 3 per cent cash to accompany order or bill to be paid immediately on delivery of Coal or receipt of bill, or 2 per cent discount for cash in 10 days from date of invoice. Soliciting your patronage, we are Yours for Quality and Service. Calder & Richardson DcDot Square Horace A. Richardson Thone 450 1921 Indian Motocycles ready for delivery. All models, and all prices. A few good second hand ones. A. M. FLANDERS 207 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. Are You Going fo Fur nish a Home? - Whether now or in the near future, it will pay you to figure with us. We are receiving almost daily new shipments of good furniture for the home. Our store has just been remodeled and redecorated throughout, and we extend you a cordial invitation to call and let us fhow you our stock and quote prices, whether you buy or not. it's no trouble to show goods. Cane and Mahogany Three-Piece Suits covered m Tapestry. Mahogany Three-Piece Suits with Leather Coverings. Three, and Four-Piece Reed Suits with Cretonne Cov erings. Just the thing for summer. Make the end of the day perfect with the three-piece Overstuffed Tapestry that is shown in our window, as good as it looks. A. W. Badger & Co. Paiirratm ar llnnr laMam: f.iaaai i.anl.nii Vara Tal A NEW AND LT-TO-D VTE AUTO AMBULANCE 4 a SSi