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I , I "-I a THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, TJARRK. VT., THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921. 5 ffcar t "Jfcl at the Union Clothing Company fa " fit-' ffi I'll We have sold a large number of pairs during this sale. We still have a large assortment to ! Boys' and ' Children's Clothing Sale is Still Going on at choose from. DON'T MISS this chance to buy. Shoes from $3.00 to $5.00 cheaper a pair. $15.00 SHOES and OXFORDS $10.00 $13.50 SHOES and OXFORDS. . . . , .9.00 $12.00 SHOES and OXFORDS 8.50 $11.00 SHOES and OXFORDS 8.00 $10.00 SHOES an3 OXFORDS 7.00 9.50 SHOES and OXFORDS 6.75 9.00 SHOES and OXFORDS 6.50 8.50 SHOES-and OXFORDS 6.00 8.00 SHOES and OXFORDS. . . . ! 5.75 7.50 SHOES and OXFORDS 5.50 7.00 SHOES and OXFORDS -5.25 Depot Square, 6.50 SHOES and OXFORDS. 7... 5.00 4.50 SHOES and OXFORDS. 3.50 4.00 SHOES and OXFORDS. 3.00 Boy Scout Shoes 75 Pairs in this lot, the sizes run 81 to, 13VL the price was $3.00, sale price LOO the Union Clothing Company Do not miss this chance to save dollars on your boys' suits, as we are giving some big discounts SPECIAL 35 Children's Spring and Fall TOP COATS at HALF-PRICE . Sizes 3 to 10, in fancy mixtures, cut in the latest styles. . . . . $8.50 and $10.00 COATS. $5 00 13.50 COATS- 6.95 15.00 and 16.50 COATS 7.50 SUITS.......... $6.50 10.00 SUITS 7.50 i2.oo suits., 4 9.00 13.50 SUITS 10.00 15.00 SUITS 11.50 16.50 SUITS.., ' 12.50 18.00 SUITS... 13.50 20.00 SUITS.. 15.00 22.00 SUITS ,.16.00 25.00 SUITS ..17.00 UNION CLOTHING COMPANY Phone 599-W, Barre WELLS RIVER Ball Games are Scheduled, First One with Newbury. Tlie first game of the season as far the local high school is concerned yed at Newbury with New- on Friday afternoon, the ,-liat the local bovs have t is a question, but it is hoped that i ne. nrsi gai is the local li vill be played iiiry high on pth. .lut wl ftit is a questi tie team may for the particular use of the uirls of XV. li. H. S., and when not in use by them, can be made use of by the boys of the same institution. We shall look for great results. A slight improvement to the lower end of Alain street was accomplished when Mr. Lanphere added on an upper porch for his tenants. This, we be lieve, is all of the building that is be ing done in this vicinity at this time, with the except on of a garage job of Dr. Thomas, w1k is digging out under the kitchen part of his house, cement ing and in other ways making a nice warm home for his cars in the winter. Dr. Thomas is constantly on the move team mav shape up to be a little better than the standards of the past few years. Wood-viUe town team opens at home on thi following Satur day, playing Lisbon town. What the bovs across the river have got is also a mystery, but with money behind the 'to have one of the largest veterinary team tliey should put a good team onto practice in tlie stats ol ermont v me nem ana one. mat win oe capaoie. .About twelve of the Wallace family lVf taking care of the prestige that the at Kast Rveate Fathered at the. home k'oodsville team won in 1020. - of (Jeorge N. Wallace to help him cele brate a birthday. The exat date which it represents we are unable to learn. Kimball Marshall left Tuesday morn ing for Lowell, Mass., where he will spend a week witli his son. .Mr. Mar- tn I On Tuesdav, evening twelve high hool bovs suddenly descended on John B. iStevens to help him in the celebra tion of bis sixteenth birthday. With tjhe help of his parents, the evening f as one big success and t,he big cake, together with ice cream and other good tilings to eat, made tlie evening one that won't be foryotfen for several months to come. He received a great many presents, among which was a gold-filled Kversharp from his boy chums. John is a great, big, good-na tured youngster and his many friends offer him their best congratulations on this occasion. Miss Georgia Moore, after spending a week with her people, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Moore, returned for her last term of six weeks at the school she is at tending at the Y. XV. C. A. in Boston. Mr. French has worked all winter get the boys of the, high school into od physical condition and when ing came he must have decided that girls needed a little in the physical Iture linp also, for he has recently id installed a volley ball outfit, con sting of net anil ball, together with istruotions, stating that this outfit is shall has only recently returned from Canaan, where he said that life was too strenuous even for him. RANDOLPH IY TIRED FEET ACHED FOR TIZ' The funeral of the late Mrs. J. C. Al den was held at the home on School street on Wednesday forenoon, Rev. Fraser Metrgcr ofliciating, and inter ment was in Rochester, where the fam ily of the deceased are buried. Mrs. E. F. Bixby, a (laughter, from New Jer sey, and William and John Emerson, children by a former marriage, were all present at the serviees. Mrs. A. L. lady, a niece from Bethel, was also present. The bazaar held last week at the parish house by the Mothereraft league was a success financially, the net pro ceeds being $125. The success was largely due to the efforts of Miss Kate Parmentiere, the district nurse, who was the organizer of the Mothereraft league, and who had the supervision of the bazaar. The proceeds will be used either in a clinic which will be arranged, or in some other manner for the. benefit of the children. ! FAIRLEE Twelve Cows, Five Horses, Eight Hogs, Two Calves, Goat, Burned in Barn. A fire of unknown origin destroyed the barn and all its contents of F. W. Hard, Monday night, including 12 cows, five horses, eight hogs, two calves and a goat, also farm machinery. There was only small insurance. J. K. Munn was a business visitor in Boston recently. Ev R, Humphrey has rented the Tenney Clement place and moved his familv. Mrs. Humphrey having re turned from Hanover hospital. Miss Katie Hrenimn is away for ten days on her trip. She will visit Mrs. Angela L. Celley of Maiden, Mass. Mr. (ilcnn, who is ill at the home of his sister, Mrs. Fred Howe, is gain ing. Miss Mabel .Stone, a trained nurse, is caring for him. , Mrs. S. F. Darling is visiting rela tives in Massachusetts. Mr. Darling's mother, Mrs. Alice Darling of Corinth, is keeping house during her absence fJeorge Flanders has moved into the tenement at Ely station, Mr. Chase having taken possession of the Flan ders garage. Miss Helen Wetherbee of Haverhill, N. H., spent several days with her sis ter, Mrs. F. Lamont. Mrs. Fred Dennis went to Stratford. N. H., Wednesday to lie away-several days on business. MARSIIFIELD daughter, Mrs. XV. S. Sevene, is with! her. ISORTI1F1ELD John Harrigan and Charles Duke, who have conducted a most successful Mr. and Mrs. TVrley Martin and son of Northtield, Mass., and Yershirc ! ...-i ii , .....i c i and attended church at the Center. MiN. , ; , . .. . ,... . .. , ,. .. .. ot Duke ft Harngan for the past 22 of Corinth. Clifford Clm'mers is gaining slowly. llarngan for tlie pa I years, have dissolved part nership, tak ing effect April 11, Mr. Harrigan buy- About .10 couples attended the dance VK , ,".,"CBl " Friday ni"ht me iormer win coimuci me oiisines vii.., pm,..;ii 1..., t. 'alone. The store was fiwmcrlv the old .wt.i .1111 1 ill im-. 11LUI iivii m, in7 I . f , , . . from the Barre hospital. He has not jPerv store of the late Andrew -Denny made as much improvement in health "',d,h men (WPrf ''"l'1,'1 b? ,'!m' as his people had hoped he would by Kt ,hf "ame an1' M,'Duke1 hvln.K treatment there. He has been ill ,fo'r M'rye' tl" Pubhc B9, c'Trk nd. PP"" several weeks e,or for 3" v(,ar" an1 J'r- Harrigan for The item last week should have read 2'? .Vpaf8- Ir- "" h no definite that Mrs. Fawn was visiting her moth- f!ar,s' ,mt hls m,anv reni ' w'l er at Ella Sillowav's jhim success in his undertakings. Mr. Mrs. 'Alice Darling is with her son, H,arriau' wh" wil! '""duct t''c store Stephen Darlg, at Fairlee for a two alo",,-.h,'s,a, Iar cre ?f f,p"(,, bo,h weeks' visit i '" s'"'li1' fe and a business way and Mrs. Eben fate of Lac.mia. V. If.. lt'"Jf wi" a" P'vp mm np'r lipHi ty sup- has Wn at her father's. Charles White, l"rt ,hat ,,e " Mp to tndurt during the sugar season. tne paDe successful business. The store Things brought a good price at the!1"11" Iays been recognized as one of ( arouth auction lat Wednesday. The the ,n lhe eommunity. farm was not sold. I The regular meeting of the Conversa- Abe Jacobs has returned home from rtional club was held Monday evening. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Mr. and Mrs. George Preston were visitors in town this week. Mr. Pres ton was formerly manaeer of the At lantic1 Pacific store here, but was trans ferred to Lakeport, N. H. Hal Talbert, a former resident of this place, but now of Boston, drove from guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Richards over Sunday. J. A. Walshe, superintendent of the Manchester district, and Assistant Su perintendent A. L. Wilber of the Atlan tic Pacific Tea company were business callers here this week. Dr. H. A. Ladd of the Vermont Tu berculosis association held a clinic last Friday in the Gates' Memorial library, that city in five and one-half hours andwhi(.,; WM 8Uemie( bv manv. the sanatorium at Burlington. He was with his daughter, Mrs. William Dev ens, last week. et Your Sore, Swollen, Aching Feet Spread Out in a Bath of "Tiz." Just take your shoes off and then put nos weary, shoe-cnnklcd, aching, urning, corn-pestered, bunion-tortured et of yours in a "Tiz" bath. Your k will wriggle with joy; they'll look ' at you and almost talk and then ey'H take another live in that "Tiz"' it.h. When your feet feel like lumps of ad all tired out just try "Tiz." It's rand it's glorious. Your feet will lance with joy; ulso you will find all ;H4n gone from corns, callouses and Pinions. There's nothing like "Tiz." It's the inly remedy that draws Ymt all the unisonous exudations which puff up your feet and can- foot torture. (Jet a, box of "Tiz"' at any drug or Apartment store don't wait, Ah! how rd your feet get; how rfrofortable THjr shoes feel. You ran wear shoes a ize amallcr if you desire. Adv. Fern Rebekah lodge held its regular meeting on Tuesday evening with a good attendance. One name was bal loted upon and declared elected to re ceive the degree, and three names were presented for membership. Following the meeting there was a practice meet ing in preparation for conferring the degree at the tie.xt meeting in two weeks. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served following the prac tice and a social hour observed. Fred Abbey of Montpelier came on Wednesday for a short stay with rela tives in town.- Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Northrop, after passing the winter in Florida, liave re turned to their home and opened their house on Emerson terrace for the sum- Harking Back for Proof. He I assure you from wide experi ence of men that they have absolutely no euriosity. She I always suspected that brother Adam ate that apple because lie was hungry. Life. MCfe-TO-MY The One You Have Been Waiting For Zane Grey's Great Story in Pictures Rev. Oeorgn A. Furness and daughter, Evelyn, left last week Monday by auto for Massachusetts. She returned to her work at Abbott academy and he went to his new field at, West Tisbury, Mar tha's Vineyard. Mrs. Furness, who had been ill with a cold for several days, went by train and joined them at Keene, N. H. Miss Carrie Beckly f Barre was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Cole re cently. Miss Annie Johnson returned last week to Barre to resume her studies at Spaulding. , Mrs. A. E. I-amlierton returned on Wednesday from Essex Junction, where she spent a week with her daughter. Royee Pitkin returned Tuesday to the 1". V. M., after spending the vaca tion with his parents. Cyril Harrison Mears of Littleton, N. H., visited at Mark Mcars' recently. Misn Jenkins of Barre was a recent visitor in town. Miss Florence Wooster resumed her work in the Barre city scluxils last week. Jiarotd meips nas wen spending a few days with his father in New Hampshire. Several from this town were called to Montpelier last week as witnesses on the Folsom case. Harriet and Herbert Davis resumed their studies at Montpelier seminary i last week. Charles K. Cole and lamily of Barre were the guests of his mother, Mrs. Mary Cole, over Sunday. tirand Patron and Mrs. H. D. Me Crillis went to Burlington Wednesday and from there to Middlebury Thurs day, where, assisted bv the grand mat ron, grand secretary, irrnnd lecturer. 'grand warder and other grand officers. ey initiated SS new memlers during the afternoon, and in the evening insti tuted" a new chapter under the name of I nion chapter, No. 21, with 123 members. Mrs. Harvey Bullock and daughter, Leona, are visiting relatives in North field. Harold Quimhy returned Friday to bis home in Northwood Narrows, N. Editor Frank T. Parsons was the host and a dinner was served at Park inn, after which the members went to the home of Mr, Parsons, where a paper was read on "Some Frequently L'sed Medi.-al Terms," by Dr. W. B. Mavo. Pascal Falzareno. who has been at- ' tending the Rhea Automobile school in - ! i : 1 1 1. 1 1111-ijiiiMii. v., iis rciururu 10 nome in town for the summer. James Brusa and Edward Plunkett, who recently completed a course nt the Rhea Automobile school in Cincinnati. (., commenced work Monday in the Cross Bros.' garage. Robert Mayo also commenced work in the garage. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sheldon, who were formerly in Randolph in the Randolph inn. are now conducting Park inn in Northtield. F'or some time Mr. Sheldon was proprietor of the Atlantic ft Paci fic (tore in this town. Mrs. Daniel Holland and daughter nave jjone 10 .ew tiaven, conn., wnere Mr. Holland is located. They have bro ken up housekeeping in 'the Winslow house on Central street. Iean H. R. Roberts of Norwich uni versity has been appointed counselor for the federal loard of vocational edu cation. This board has rhawje of the TOPS1IAM Chalmers brothers had the misfor tune to lose their driving horse re cently. James White and family, who have been ill with the grip, are somewhat improved at this writing. Mrs. Jessie McKay is on the sick list. E. E. Powers recently purchased a new driving horse. John Place, who has been away for some time, returned to the home of Mrs. Marion Morrison last week. B. L. Dexter remained the same at this writing. Mrs. (Jeorge Merritt is assist inir in the home of G. K. Church of Bradford, while Mrs. P. J. McNamara is in town. (Jladys Smith, who has completed her work at Ernest Smith's, returned to E. M. Hood's Sunday. 1 The spring term of school Iwgan on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith and daughter, Edith, were in town Sunday Mis4 Florence Wriirht is spendinc training given to soldiers who were in some time with her sister, Mrs. Ernest j jured during the war. the expense of Person, who is in poor health. (the training to be met by the govern- Mrs. Thomas White of Hvejjste isjment. The office for this district is in assisting in the home of C. E. Mol.am Boston. for the present. ! Mrs. Frank Carr of Hardwick wis a Mr. and Mrs. were visitors at day. lather McLam this writing. transacted business for the Commerce Auto Truck company, of which firm he is a fepresentative. The Champlain Realty company is at present conducting a log drive, in volving 1500 cords of wood and em ploying fifty men to handle the drive. Miss Margaret Mansfield of the Junc tion house was called to IMainhelu by the serious illness of her sister. XV. R. Marks of Everett. Mass., and A. S. Ardry of Portland, Me.', arc in stalling a new soda fountain in the De pot cafe. M. J. Esposito and Guy Melo were the guests of frien.ds and relatives in Boston over Sunday. Arthur Douphinitt of Franklin. N.J II., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Adams. Mrs. George B. Carpenter of Fairvievv terrace has been coulined to her home with an attack of appendicitis. N, r. Wheeler, proprietor of the Junction house, has just purchased the Bert Simonds farm and will replant with birch and maple trees. (J. H. Miller of the Miller Auto com pany left for Detroit, Mich., on busi ness this week. For a second time within a recent periiid this town was visited by some members of the "light fintrered frater nity," the La Fountain Woolson hard ware store leing entered by means of a window and with the aid of a However, on this occasion the would lie burglar found that' "forewarned" really meant "forearmed," and accord ingly, after an attempt to enter the main store, left without any booty. Leon Coutermarsh spent the week end with Allan Coutermarsh of Ran dolph. Stillman Sherman and wife were South Rovalton visitors this week. Mrs. Willis Jones of Sharon was the The funeral of Martin Kavenv. who died recently in Hanover hospital, was onducted on Friday from St. An thony's Catholie church, Fr. C. C. De- Jany officiating. Mr. Kavenv was well ii!.own in this vicinity. R. Stockton Ullery. son of Rev. J. F. Ullery, who for eleven years wat identified with St. Paul's church, is'nl present renewing old acquaintances irt White River Junction and will returil to Williams college at the close ol Easter recess. 0. H. Aldrich of the Western I'niou Telegraph company was called t Woodsville to supervise the re-wiring of atemporary office for that company; Mrs. Davidson of Springfield is thj guest of Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Daley. mm VHSmdU mmmmmmmmmmmmm New England's Finest Playhouse The New OAPF TO 17 AT s SI n Jarre's Palace of Silent Art Presents for To-day Only OTIS SfCINNER In the Screen's Greatest Photo-Drama Produced at a cost of over half a million dollars, with a notable cast of all stars. Shown heVe for the first time jimmy, i at ree:ular admissions. Special Musical scfre on our or- jran. Your last change to see the miracle of the Thea tre's art. To-morrow Only is not as we! EAST HROOKFIELD TGOLD H A partr was held at Will Tavlor's la-t Saturday evening. j Homer Brow n was in Barre last Mon-, day on business. Mi Ruth Trask returned to Brain-! I tree and Mi? Anita Dutton to East' Montpelier, where they are teaching, the spring term of school. The Weona Community club will, hold a farmers' social at the church 1 parlors Friday evening, April 1.1. AH gentlemen will please wear a work shirt and all ladies a work apron. A , farmers' supper will be served and a I program consisting of two male nuar-' tet selections, readings and selections by the orchestra will lie given by the farmers. Visitors at M. W. Stoddard's the first of last week were Mr. and Mr. Alex Milne and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hough ton of Barre. Mrs. Harry Stone entertained the Friendship Birthday club last Friday afternoon. Fred R. Edwards of Burlington was lohn Hood of Bnrre j Tisitor in town Monday. H. B White's Sun- Mrs. S. E. J. Cray of Worcester ba (been visiting her sister, Mr. Euifene at .Carpenter, the past week. J James Kinney and XV. R. Giffin, rep resenting this district, are in Boston, 'helping revise the constitution of the (Ira nit rentiers association. Andrew Bcattie and (ieore England, who went to Know Irs, Cal., to work early in the fall have returned to their homes in town. , Mis Edna Phillips has been in Dur ham, N. H., visiting at the New Hamp shire State college, where she formerly Ittended school. Lawrence Powers of Springfield. Mass., is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Powers. Suffered from Kidneys and Back Buffalo, N.-T. "I suffered for ae. ral veara with VMn. in,,it,u -' - ----- j t.vuw.v. J Tt. kidneyt would be- come congested and I had such y r e p a I n i cross my back that I could scarcely get up In the morning. I also had bladder weakness. I began taking Dr. Pierce's An-urtc (anti-uric acid) Tablets and they relieyed m of this condition when all other medicines had failed." VALENTINE VOGEL, 292 High St An-unc can oe procured at any drug store, or send ten cents to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. N.Y, for trial package. Also write for fcre -onfidentiaJ medical advice. 0 3 He Boosted the Better Babies League and Won the Ladies' Hearts Lawyer Leary wasted no love on milk. The only "rase" he had in his office proved that. But he spumed a bribe from the w icked Milk Tnist ; was waylaid robbed "vamped"' by wild woman chased bv crooks and cops routed th whole kaboodle, and kept the world's first breakfast food pure, because sWsi r rssWi iU) I I e e Theatre noil TO-DAY ONLY I A dashing double romance of the great outdoors. Tne wean-, winding trail that led brave hearts to veland. lhe story of a ranger who rode into hell for the love i a girl. The Producer has put the spirit, the action and the truth of "Desert oid upon the screen. My ideas, my wishes even my hopes have been f ul fil!ed. ZANE GREY. Pathe News and Comedy JIatinccs at 2:15. ' Nights 6:45 and 8:30 Same Prices t : - ..::. : - I.... ...... I- ohn French returned Friday from a I t -j ... . n u. buines trip to Boston. ... . it . rp,..:4M ,, flr, Kev. Arthur Brrtherton of Franklin!.. Lu. ...r occupied the pulpit at the Conffrega-, Mr ,,, fr, Wallace Austin were tional church la.t Sunday bu.ine.. visitors in William-town last Mrs. Flora Hall of Nuth (hnt has I k Veli.e,dav been the est of Mrs. Lucy Bemis a Fr.nk i -m,on nai, to Hol. Everybody's sweetheart, MADGE KENNEDY, in what is generally conceded to be one of the best features in which this little comedian has starred. few days recently. Mr. and Mrs. F. IT. Troiitr and tt,i il-L r;Z- Friday fr Bur-1 yoke. Ms.. to visit her daughter, Mrs. daughter, Helen, left linpton to attend the wedding of Miss .Trknn, Saturday. They leave Sun day for New York, where Mrs. Pmnty i fi liavM frMlmanl fnr rt.iini.,i.m j Ir. and Mrs. Corson, Mrs. Swerd I freer and Miss Ruhr Paris were visit ors in Montpelier Wednesday. Mr. F H. Taft and daughter, Leola. returned last week from Itsrre, where they spent a few days with friend. Schools in town are to reopen hext Monday for the spring term. Mr. V. R. Hudaon has been quite ill the pat weVk with toniliti. The HiEiies Bidder CORISTII Constipation Is Believed Prompt Permanent Relief CARTER'S LITTLE LITER PILLS rirelyfiiL Purely vegetate act It grips jour interest and holds it to the end It's dilTcrent, It's compelling, It's a Goldwyn Production. Al so il e 10th episode of Ruth 3i the Rec c es And a Screen Magazine' Mrs. T.uhr (Al.lri. h) Ffartman of nremnnt, K. H.. i tisiting her aunt, Mr. .eorce A. l'arker. Clarence Jjtd.i and Errwt Batten were "d from here to their home at Waits River on Saturday awrninr at the rioM i!ine of Mr.-Todd's wife, mSo it Mr. Batten' daughter. Mrs. W. L. Woudcotk is i!L Her urdy but genu lj oq tht h er. CARTERS KITTLE JIVER I1PILLS Refier after dinner di trea re le-e Utdkretw tiorq improre tae cotapiaaoo bngh tea the eyes. SasaJJ ra-Caa3 De-SB3 lric Matinee 2:15, Adults 11c. Children 6c. Evening 6:45, S:30; Adults, 17c, Children lie Tax Taid jHa I ii! ills VouH want to see and Uugh f j (M T I for yourself! K howling five- lj,Jjl j ; IiM! f,tf t. J act comedy by America's (Treat- LliLitl "Ky- j" I est humorist, Irvin S. Cobb. 8 ;., , 1 vmm2KX' I s.'V..-f-' V-V----'!"-;'" I Iirected Ky Jtceph Her.sVrr Snrw hr W!'rr Wv Al.o Added Attractions &t Our Tiopular Time and Admission.