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v : ;- THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, JULT 22, 1921.
BARRE DAILY TIMES FRIDAY. JULY 22, PtiMfahMl Eiwr WmU)h Afternoon by THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, INC. Frmfk . Lawtley. PubUahar Eatred at tha Poatoffioa at Brr. M RaooB Claaa Mail Matter Olta h mall 4 ?? SI month by maU Jf" Tbraa month.-by mail lJ On. month by mail 80 "" Sinffl. m i "n All ubaeriptiona caxh In advanca. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRF.SS Th Aaaaelatad Praaa i exeluiivaly entitled la tha u.a for republication ol an nw patches credited to it or not otherwise araa. ited in this paper, and alao th local newa publtoh-d therein. If Charli of Austria-Hungary goe after the throne again he will find it hanging high beyond his reach, in fact. Springfield, 111., is very much with the Gov. Len Small scandal itt hands. France and Great Britain must re member that Germany U craftily watching anv dislocation of friendly relationship between tliem. Vermont editors are wondering if that snow bank in the Mount Man field cave-of-the-wind has survived the mid -summer ordeal of heat. The activity in Corinth for rebuild ing the property lost by fire aome. weeks aco is an encouraging sign of vitality in that region of Vermont. The bombers of the U. S. navy and army seem 10 have gained some de gree of proficiency in marksmanship as the result of having several former German warships to shoot at. Un fortunately, however, the supply of German warships has run out, as far at the L'nited States is concerned. But while fchey lasted th ex-enemy ships lexved a good purpose. Francisco Villa, once Mexico's bold bad man, is now reported to be deep ly interested ia religioua affairs, be ing very devout and having contrib uted several thousand dollars toward church construction. As far as the United States is concerned, it is a welcome change. The pity i that Villa couldn't have got that way be fore 1916. Tip to editors: Instead of follow ing the usual custom of throwing the government propaganda in the waste basket, save it for a week and send the bulky bundle on to Gen. Dawes, with all the stuff in the envelope just as it comes in. Boston Globe. A fairly good idea. But, better still, preierve the great mass and u it next .year to heat your house with. Compressed into cartons, the paper will furnish quite, a good deal of heat and remain burning for some time. That's one way to beat the high, cost of living. ay thera is no danger. There ia dan ger. Still the airplane operators con tinue to "clip the noses" of spectators, so to speak, as they give their demon strations like that given at St. John bury on the Fourth of July. These demonstrations are too often consid ered harmless until the tragedy cornea, as in the case at Mqundsvllle. There ought to be warning enough in that tragedy alone to prevent further tin necessary waste of live. RANDOPLU The late Seneca Haselton of Bur lington was one of the state' moat distinguished gentlemen, an honored member of the supreme court bench of the state for more) than a dozen years and formerly United States min ister to Venezuela. Judge Haselton gave particularly strong service on the supreme court bench when his health permitted his usual close application to the duties of the position, and his judicial opinions were generally looked upon as characterised by a marked de gree of clarity. Prior to his assuming the judge' position he had served in various official capacities in the state and had proven himself a capa ble man in tho lines too. Mrs. R. G. Morton left on Thursday for Franklin, N. H., to visit her brother, Mr. Bufke, who resides there. Dr. Sowlea of Barre hag rented the rooms in th O'Connor block recently vacated by Miss Flora Bell and will fit them up for a dentist office. It is un derstood that the office and equipment will be of the most approved type, and that Dr. Sowles will begin hi practice Of dentistry here August first. Mrs. W. H. Montague and Mrs. E. M. Chamberlin of Montpelicr were the guests on Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Maxham. The Bethany guild held a picnic at the Leonard cottage about a mile out of town on Thursday with a good attendance. Mrs. Oilman Frost of Hanover, X, H., has been a recent visitor in town of relatives. Miss Clara Paine is passing a two weeks' vacation from her work as stenographer for. Dr. J. P. Gifford and has gone to her home in South Royal-ton. Miss Florence Keill hs gone to Bos ton, where she has a position in the Massachusetts General hospital admin istering anesthetics. Mia Amelia Mavo of Bethel is be ing entertained this week bv Miss Marv Lamson. Dewey William White of Bethel and Miss Clara Toutant were united in marriage Tuesday evenlne bv Rev. R. H. Moore. Mrs. White is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Toutant of Tunbridge and has recently been em ployed at the Patch studio. Robert Gay has been movinc bv truck the household goods of Charles Ban ister from East Brookfield to Xnrth Ferrisburg, where he has purchased a large farm. The body of Robert Hatch, son of TT L. Hatch, who was killed over seas, has arrived in New York and will be brought here and accorded a militarr funeral at some date to be later. Mr. and Mrs. John Rider and two. rear-old son of Waltham. Mass., have been in town the past week visiting relatives. Mr. Ripler waa a Randolnh boy. Mrs. V. D. Fraser of Woodstock is here with her daughter, Mra. Drew, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hill of Morris- ville, with their children, are guests of their daughter, Mrs. Edson Gifford. Mrs. Thomas Elliot and Children of Somerrille, Mass., came last Friday to spend a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens. Talk about the eye of the fly, there's nothing quite so fly as the eye of a Beach Vamp." O'Hasser. Here are the suits in which you , can keep your pose your com posure, under the most critical "third decree." A 2-piece Palm Beach Suit. Plain Gray, Blue or fancy, at $18.00. A good Blue Serge 3 piece Suit at $25 and up to $50. Straw Hats are marked down. now Young Men's 'Summer Shirts, collars a t tached, $1.00 to $3.00. Some new Fibre Silk Interwoven Hose, all colors, at 60c a pair. These are extra values, every pair guaranteed. F. H.;,Rojgers'& Company BETHEL Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin M, Wash burn of Kansas City, Mo., came yes terday for a vacation visit at the home of Mr. Washburn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Washburn. Dr. and Mrfft Ransom Greene and their son. Raymond, of Danvers, Mass., are guests at Dr. O. D. Greene's, t Earl Moffatt of Brattleboro, trav eling salesman for Clapp & Jones, is a guest at the home of his a-unt, Mrs. Delia Mitiguy. Miss Edna Davis of Manchester, X. H., a native of this town, came yes terday to visit relative. Mrs. Lucy Hall has returned from a two months' visit in Belfast, Me. Chester E. Foster of Middleburr, a former resident, is visiting at W". A. Chatfleld's. He goes every fall to Or lando, Fla., for the winter. Mrs. H. A. Shepard and her sons, Harrison and Charles, are vieiting rel atives in Boston. Capt. Arthur A. Dearing is home on two months' leave of absence from THE CUT IX FINISHED BARRE GRAXITE. Granite manufacturers in the Barre district have fallen in line with the general movement throughout the country for readjustment of prices as the aftermath of the war; and their announced reduction of fifteen per cent in the price of manufactured goods is likely to go far toward inducing or der to come this way, once the pros perity of the country gets going again in' sure fahion. Taken in conjunc tion with the A Xo. 1 quality of the manufactured articles, the lower price should prove to be a big inducement to buyers who want the best in ma terial and the finest in workmanship. ! FLYTXG OVER THE CROWDS. Despite repeated warnings aa to the danger, airplane operators continue to fly over gatherings of people. W read that airplanes hovered over the 00,000 people gathered to see the Car-pentier-Pempy prize fight; airplanes do their stum over crowds gathered at football and baseball games; they il over great, crowds called together to witness the fMrfrmam-e of the huge naaehinrs. The operators scout th theory as to the danger tn the peo ple. Yet txtrr now nd then we have illustration f the real danger from falling airplane. The mwt recent il lustration a at Mounit ill, W. Va., wfcere a machine wbiih was juct start ed into the air became unmanageable and plunged down into a colleinn of aatomoSiles carrying many person, no Jem than seven people being killed nut right and bO being injured. Sixteen automobiles were TuhH by the huge1 xtehine. Is there no danger to the crowd gathered at a prir fight, fjot-jj iu r r-aeusn game Deisue ot tae r- bor;rg overhead? Lrt bo one s pecials at Rogers' Walk-Over Boot-Shop One lot of Ladies' Black and Brown. Ankle Strap Pumps, regular' price $10.00, spe cial price $5.95 One lot Ladies' Brown Strap Pumps, only $4.95 Ladies' High White Canvas Shoes, Louis heels, special, ' $2.29 Ladies' White Buckle Pumps, Louis heels, special, $2.95 One lot Child's White Canvas High Shoes, leather soles, 98c and $1.29 Men's and Boys' Canvas Work Shoes, rub ber soles, with heels, regular price $4.00, spe- $2.95 Men's, and Boys' Canvas White Tennis, no heels, only $1.49 Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop REWARD Will be given by this Board of Directors for information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who start ed the malicious and false rumors about the Quarry Savings Bank & Trust Co. Signed BEN A. EASTMAN H. J. M. JONES W.G.REYNOLDS JAMES M. BOUTWELL. B. W. HOOKER E. L. SCOTT H. F. CUTLER Directors Edgewood, Md.. arsenal. So far as is known, he is the only Bethel soldier in the recent war remaining in the t army. Mrs. Emma B. Morse goes to-day to Chelsea to attend the funeral of a' rel ative to-morrow Bunnell's jazz orchestra will gieS a dance at th town hall July 29 under th auspices of th athletic associa tion. adv. Th Relief corps will hold it reg ular meeting at Mrs. W. H. Arnold's next T.uesday. Misa Jessie Rhoades of Woodstock is visiting at U . E. Rogers" and W. A. Rhoades.' Mrs. Dolly Mahan has returned from a viait In Waterbury. Her son, Au brey, is with relatives in East Ran dolph. Th death of Alex Ironside of Barre is much regretted here, where he had many personal friends and admirers. Perfectly Healthy. "Ia this son you speak of adoles cent!" "No; he's as healthy as any boy you ever saw." Boston Transcript. 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 Commer cial Deposits All taxes paid by bank. Depository of City of Montpelier and State of Vermont L The youngest family in town! .It's the family that dances to the newest dances by the liveliest dance organizations Listens to the latest song hits by the head liners of the stage: Knows the stars of opera and concert, and the selec tions they have sung and played most successfully It's the family that has a Columbia Grafonolal Of course your family wants to keep young. We'd like to tell you more about this easiest way in the world to do it. V Standard Mult Is fnm $30 tip. Prid Dtsizmrun S3 3 J tip u $2100. TRIT8TEES CBORCB L. BLANCHARQ, EDWARD H. CIAVITT. Via Prwidcnt. B. JULIUS VOLHOLM. VV Pro Meat FRANK N. SMITH, TMnnt. W. G. NYB HARRY DAMUXB T. E. CALLAHAN This coupon good for four days' FREE TRIAL of any GRAFONOLA in our large stock. Mail this Coupon with your name and ad dress: NAME i ADDRESS Russell's Red Cross Pharmacy BARRE, VT. s I! j Ru WeetE sselFs Tl O II L Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. STATEMENT JULY 1, 1921 RESOURCES Loans $1,328,739.04 Bonds 235,306.18 vb;ture Account 14,500.00 Cash 39,990.39 I)e from Banks 70,181.10 $1,688,716.71 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Undivided Profits 28,254.82 Deposits ... 1,560,461.89 $1,688,716.71 Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. Barre, Vermont DIRECTORS: . Ben A. l:atrftan, H. J. Sf. Jone, W. G. Reynolds, J. M. Boutwell, B. V. Hooker, E. L. fccott, H. F. Cutler OFFICERS: BKX A. EASTMAX, President. H. 3. M. JOXES, Vice-Preiideot. C. M. WILLEY, Treaurer. WHILE YOU SLEEP No man can always keep awake. That is where an organization or an institution has the advantage. For it never sleeps. This Bank is an institution where men co-operate to protect their money and make it profitable. It works while you sleep. The First National Bank of Montpelier Member Federal Reserve System Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt NLVETYFOUBT3 YEAB Premium Notes in Force. . . .$12,282,751.00 Cash Assets $300,000.00 Insurance in Force $r23,121,771.00 Policies written under Mutual or Paid-Up Plan at actual cost no profit Consider this fact when placing: your Automobile Fire Insurance If you are seeking Insurance, see our Local Agent McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES peciais $1.00 MAXIXE CHERRIES , 79c 85MARTAN CHOCOLATES ....69c 80c BULK CHOCOLATES 44c 10 and 15c TOILET SOAPS,) our choice of several varieties, per cake QUART BRICK ICE CREAM Saturday only 9c 51c COLLEGE ICES, ICE CREAM SODA and PHOSPHATES .at REDUCED PRICES Russells, The Red Cross Pharmacy i i i j ! I Speaking of Floors Here are some reasons why linoleum floors will save you money : The first cost of linoleum is lower than that of hard wood, marble or tile. . Linoleum never requires expensive refinishing. Linoleum floors are remarkably easy to clean. Ordinary care will keep them in perfect condition. Linoleum floors will give good service for years. Furthermore, you will have quiet floors, comfortable to walk on, non-slippery and attractive, if you choose floors of Armstrong's Linoleum for . Every Floor in the House from our stock of handsome inlaid patterns. We have a splendid selection of designs in this high-grade make of linoleum, guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. It is r-&I coco my to buy at these prices to-day. Inlaids. per sard... $1.75 and $2.23 Felt Bae and Printed Linoleums. .75c and $1.23 A. W. Badger & Co. UfaHlOT ri ltna4 KafcaiMn: fr I tlMttMwnk Wark Tat 44T-W A NEW AND LT-TO-D ATE AUTO AMBULANCE