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Hie barre daily times, barre, vt., Thursday, julv 28, 1021.
TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN HOO - the Kitchen Cabinet that saves miles of steps tfhatYouGet IrTk 'HOOSIEFL JtKo Extra Cost Saves Steps That is the principal reason why more HOOSIER CABINETS are sold than any other saves more steps. Sole Agents for Barre and Vicinity B.W.Hooker&Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST Uf-TO-DATB toOTR AMBCLANCB eiBVIO Cttjr rata mm a hrt-iiin utkalanc; dUtaae aaUa at i 1 lent, T ! 7-W. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Good ii any Case '& in We Allow a 5 Cash Discount on all Tires arid Tubes Compare Our Prices Before You Purchase WE MAKE OUR OWN ADJUSTMENTS 80x3 30x3io 32x3i2 32x4 33x4 34x4 32x41 33x41,5 34x412 35x4i2 35x5 36x4i 30x3 30x3io 32x314 32x4 33x4 34x4 B2N.D. Phelps Co.las Telephone 28 Barre, Vt. All men's, women's and children's shoes on sale at Shea's Shoe Store, -adv. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Austin of Ran dolph Center were business visitors in the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Gates of Church street are making an auto journey through Rutland county. D. A. Schalkelford, a representative of the Canadian-Pacific railroad, stopped in the city yesterday. Miss Alice Bisbee of Waitsfleld is spending a week with her uncle, W. A. Drew, of Maple Grove etjeet. Mr. and Mrs. C. Philip Curtis of Sharon, Mass., are visiting with Mrs, Curtis mother, Mrs Eastern avenue. William Wheaton, treasurer of the E. L. Wheaton A Co., has resumed du ties at the company's office after a two weeks' vacation. D. Alton Jarvis and father, Georcre Jarvis of Burlington, returned to their i. 1 home to-day after a brief visit at the home of Dr. D. C. Jarvis, on Orange street. Miss Dora Spargo, formerly of Barre but now of Orange, X. j,,' visited friends and relatives in Barre for sev eral days and returned to her home Tuesday night. Dr. Loren H. Crahtrise, chiropractor, has charge of the Gage and Gage office; see card in this issue. Office calls at the usual rate; homo calls within city, $2; answered day or night. adv. Thomas Carroll, a salesman For the Carroll Brothers firm, together Jerome Veronisi, a representative of Chioldi Brothers firm, leave to-day for Highgate Springs to join a party of friends in a week's camping party. W. M. Lynde and brother, Roscoe, of Randolph, accompanied by Mra. W. A. Drew of Maple Grova street and Mrs. J. Haley and Mrs. N. A. Mae Donald of Graniteville, motored to Burlington this morning to spend the day. Grand tug-o-war competition, open to teams of eight nen. Prize of $25 to winning; team. Entries must be made at Once. Clan Gordon picnic at Cale donia park, Saturday. July SO. Send entries to D. F. McLeod, 11 Camp street. adv. i The attraction at the Park theatre to-day is Billie Burke in "Tha Edu cation of Elizabeth;" also "Out of the Night," comedy, and Pathe Review. To-morrow, Mae Marsh will be hown in "The Little Fraid Lady;" also "Rubes and Robbers," comedy, and In ternational News weeklv. adv. i Silver polish all this week at Burr's jewelry store for 10c. Never sold be fore for less than 2flc a jar adv. Peter Merlo, Romeo Bossi, Frank Miano and Vincent Catto .left yester. day for East Alburg for a week's fish iitj; trip. Ask your dealer for "St. Albans Specials" superior cigars, 10c. 3 for 25c. Union made, Raymond Guyetle, St. Albans, Vt. adv. Ambrosa Quinlan of Elm wood ave nue has taken up duties at the East man store, takine the place of Clar ence Rogers, who has left because of poor health. The Brookside Community club will Thomas Cave, of,hnl(1 a 'wn PRrt.v at the home of Ktaniev marsn on tne ast .ninmpir road Friday evening, July 29. Every one cordiaily invited. adv. ( The attraction at the Park theatre to-day is Billie Burke in "The Edu cation of Elisabeth;" also "Out of the Night," comedy, and Pathe Review. morrow, Mae Marsh wjii be snown in "The Little Fraid Lady;" also "Rubes and Robbers," comedy, and In ternational News weekly. adv. If there is any one thing the theatre-going public dotes on, it is con flict. It is said they are given conflict to the maximum decree in "Passion,'' the First National super-drama, which will be the attraction at the Magnet theatre on Aug. 1. Five thousand peo ple are brought into the action of tkis motion picture, in order to amply vis tialife the conflict around which the ensrrocsinff torv revolves. It is said M J this production is a screen epic of the first rank. adv. In the effort to huild up a disease free herd of dairy cows, the Lonsdale Co., a large manufacturing concern of a town of that name in Rhode Is land, came to Barre for a part of its Holsteins, and Supt. Chauncey Magoon of the company's farm has just pur chased ten thoroughbred tested Hol steins of A. T. Smith A Son of Barre Town and a like number from Ernest Cutler of Orange. The cattle brought tood prices. They were shipped to Lonsdale on Monday of this week. The company now has about 75 cows and proposes to increase the number to 100 or more, the animals being placed In a new barr which cost $200, 000. The Lonsdale Co. carries on the farm as a side line and it sells milk from its tuberculin tested herd to the Read the Clan picnic ad on page 9. adv. is passing a few large number of employes of the Lons dale Co. factory. It is probable that Supt. Magoon will be in this vicinity again before long to pick up other se lected cows. ' . Barre BASEBALL Lincoln Campus Friday, July 29. 4:15 p. m. Sharp, ' Post No. 1 0 VS. Ogdensburg Colored Team Pollainger, crack Winooski pitcher, along with his battery mate, Granger, one of the best batteries in the state, have been secured by the Barre team. Manager Happy Gardner of the fast Ogdensburg team has informed Manager Johnston that he has L.dded two star pitchers to his staff. One of these recently held Tesreau's Bears to one hit. v All Out to the Big Game William Carswell days with friends at Lake Morey Woman's club members, pleasa pay your dues at your earliest; convenience. George Sole of Park street left this afternoon for Woodbury, where he is to be employed. If you have foot trouble, visit the expert foot relief, man at Tilden's store to-day. adv. Mrs. William Milne of Patterson street has left for Lake Morey, where she will spend a week or two. Long distance and general trucking, light and heavr. Granite Citv Bottling Works. Tel. ifaH-M o 746W. adv. Miss Aurora Casellini, while having a vacation from, the Dillon insurance office, is visiting relatives in New York City. Mrs. Elisabeth Wood of the Mont pelier road went to Highgate Springs yesteroay to join the Inglis family in a capping party. Allen B. Gale and family returned last night to their home on t'pland avenue, after passing some time in Groton, where Mr. Gale has been em ployed. John Cross, N. Pelaggi and Roy Chase of Northfleld were in the city yesterday to attend a meeting of the directors of the Granite Manufactur ers' association. Regular meeting of Central Labor union, Barre and vicinity, will be held Friday, July 29. at 7:30 p. m. in car penters' hall, Worthen block. Per or der Percy Andrews, secretary. John Leslie of Nelson street left last night for an extended business trip through New York, Pennsylvania J and Ohio, in the interests of the Lit- tleiohn, Odgers and Milne Co., granite manufacturers. Mrs. W. L. Stowe of. Walnut street left last night for Washington, D. C, to spend several weeks with her daugh ter, Mrs. William Littlejohn.. Mra. Stowe expects to be accompanied bv her daughter on the return trip. Mrs. Donald Spencer of Ellenhurg Depot. N. V.. is in the city, having been informed of the serious condi tion of her father, C. S. Andrews, who suffered another shock Monday noon and- who is now in a critical condi ADAMS COMPANY Semi-Annual Clearance July 23 to July 30 Some values in this sale it will sure ly pay you to look into. Gingham Dresses Special Values Sale Special Prices Sheets ' 72x99 Extra Value 125 Pillow Slips 42x38y2 39c each 70c pair Towels Heavy QQ Turkish ,OUC LONG CLOTH 10 yds. 1.89 For children, all ages from 2 to 14 years. They are such values it will pay to buy for school wear. Plain, Check, Plaid, Gingham. Values $2.98 to $7.50 1.95 36-IN. COTTON Bleached r Extra Heavy. 19c outing 1.00 ADMISSION 35 CENTS FABRIC " CORD $11.30 13.45 $20.93 17.05 27.65 22.60 35.15 23.75 36.20 24.30 ' 37.15 30.25 39.75 31.20 40.65 32.25 41.70 33.70 42.90 39.50 52.00 34.20 43.S0 FRESH FOR i " ISH " RIDAY All cleaned and ready for the pan. j HADDOCK, per lb 15c to ISc ! COD, whole, per H 15c j COD STEAKS, per It) 18c j MACKEREL, per lb 28c j FRESH SALMON, per lb 42c and 45c j SWORDFISH, no bones, per lb 35c CANNED FISH for salads and full line of SALT FISH. RED TUBES S1.S5 32x4V- $3.50 2.15 33x4i 3.60 2.30 34x4 V" 3.75 2.S0 3ox4V" 3.S5 2.90 36x4 l 4.05 3.00 35x5 " 4.55 i I E. R. Fletcher and family called on friends in this eitr veste'rdav while returning to their home in Woodbury from the White mountains, where they have been vacationing. Mr. Fletcher is a well known ouarrier in Vermont. A Burlineton item in the Burling ton Free Press to-day was as follows: "Mrs. A. J. Stone of Barre announces the engagement of her daughter, Delia Saltus, to Lee Bouchard of 32 Inter vale avenue, thin city, the marriage to take place in the near future, George Demerell of the granite firm of Brown 4 Demerell and John Mc Gowen, associate editor of the Boston American, who is spending a two weeks' vacation here, returned yester day from a fishing; trip to Lake Mem phremagog. While there they made headquarters at Newport. " j The attraction at. the Park theatre to-day is Billie Burke in "The Edu cation of Elirsbeth;" also "Out of the Night," cotnedv, and Pathe Review. To-morrow, Mae Mamh will be nhown in 'The Little Fraid Lady;" also "Kubes and Robbers," compdy, and In ternational News weekly. adv. Steven J. Dineen of Cleary street accompanied Rev. Frank O. Hokerk and Mrs. Devendorf of Herkimer, X. Y., on a motor trip through southern Vermont, northern Massachusetts and New York state, where thev will stop at Herkimer and I'tica, returning to Barre Friday, or Saturdav of this week. Weather permitting, the Baracas and Philatheas of the Baptist church will leave the church to-morrow (Friday) night at 4:45 aharp for Williamstown gulf. The ladies will furnish refresh ments and the men will furnish the cars. All having autns are asked to he on hand. Let all the men aand wom en turn out and spend a pl?aant eve ning. The Vermont Tuberculosis associa tion will hold a tuberculosis clinic in Barre on Aug. 14, at which Dr. H. A. LadJ of Burlington and Dr. K. .1. Rog er, superintendent of the ermont sanatorium at Pittford. will be pres ent. This clinic is one of a series, the others of which are to be held at Hardwick on Aug. 2 and at Newport Aug. 3. Carlo Oariboldi of 13 Seminary street was arretted bv Officer John Merlo yesterday afternoon on a war runt istiiied by tirand Juror William Wii-hart, charging him with selling in toxicating liquors. No hearing was given liim due to the ahix-nce of .Tu.lee K. L. Scott but bail was fixed at ."0O by (Jrand Juror Wihart. Dominico Ciannerelli of 4.13 North Main street appeared as bondman and (iariboldi was released until further prooedinas. date for which ha not been set. "The, Billboard" for Julv contain a cut of the monument manufactured bv the Central Granite Co. of Barre and placed in memory of B. E. Wajlac the well-known rireu man, who died recently. The sketch in connection with the cut savs the monument com .5fl0, measure 10 hr 5.H feet at the ground and stands feet high. The sketch says: "The Wallace sarcopha gus is indeed beautiful. It a propor tion. tines and ornaments are jo per fect harmonv and rlansic ideals evi dently- directed the designer in its making." Jersey Underwear LADIES' VESTS Value 35c 19c Ladies' Union Suits Value CC $1.25 ,00 CHILDREN'S Value 4c PANTS 25c HOSE Children's Hose Black, White, Cordovan. This is an extra fine stock ing. sclue 29c Ladies Hose Black and White (only) Value 69c 39c yards. CORSETS LOT 1 Value $2.00. ... LOT 2 Values $2 and $3. . . . LOT 3 Values $4 and $5 95c 1.49 Silk Muslin SPECIAL VALUE 20 COLORS Re gular Price 69c Ladies' Coats LOT 1 SPECIAL CLEAN UP 17.50 ...1.95 39c Values up to $49.00 SHORT COATS To Close. 12.50 Wash Skirts Mostly Gabardinelmd exceptionally good models. Were O TO Up to $7.50... s.7 PLAID SKIRTS Were q $15.00 and $22.50 V.UD Every morning during this sale we shall put out an extra special which will be on sale until 11 o'clock only. Watch south window for announcement. ALL SAL1?S FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ADAMS COMPANY DEFENCE HAS WEEK'S WORK the Baseball WILLIAMSTOWN DOUGHNUTS OF COURSE! Electrically friend in pure lard Doughnuts the tender, melt-in-your-mouth kind. ELECTRICALLY BAKED BREAD Not strange if you like it, as you seem to, we're felling more and more of it all the time. are for Rs'ehall, Lincoln campus, Barre. on Friday, 4:13. Barre Lepioa s. oil ored team. A (rreat gwit. ad. EAST BARRE The W. D. Smith Company Inc. lr Baeball. Lincoln eampuo, Barre, on Friday, 4:15, Barre Legion v. col ored team. A great game. adv. GRAWTEVILLE fUeWll, t.inln ramp"., Barre, liy. 4.15. Barre L-jr'"n . nred Lam. A preat game. adv. rn c.l WEBSTERVILLE Presenting Evidence in Trial. v Chicago. July 2S. The defense to day resumed its bombardment? of evi dence presented hy the state in the baseball trial which yesterday result ed in the freeing of two defentants. a tentative promise from the court t free, three others, unless more evidence was presented and a well ennpoitel alibi for a sixth of the eleven mei. on trial for an alleged conspiracy to thiow the 1910 world'a series. ft. Louis witnesses went cn the stand to day to testify for Carl 7crk, St, Louis defendant, who has been pre mi Red his freedom unless more evi dence is introduced against him. Buck Weaver, Happy Felsch and Swede Bisberg, former White Sox Hay era were eapcted to take the and in their own defenee to-day and ("hick f.andil may also testify. Weaver and Felsch have been promised their e dom by the court also unless the state can show stronger r-vM-no against them. . Louis arm Fen ievi oi iyokoi-.o. mi diana, were freed yeaterday. I vul Zelrer'of Pes Moines, present n an alibi through aia own tetimon aiH. the defenne tolday was turning it attention to the freeing of .'ackon. Ciiotte, William. Gandil an! Kitcr?. With eight White Sox playns cured -inft back to Chi-ago from Washingtou to teatify for the defense and many other witnesses summoned, thj de fense has announced that it d.-i- not j eipeet to conclude its testimony fore th middle of nest week. , AUSTRALIANS WERE WITHOUT PAPERS Permitting Them to Enter the United States Capt. Norman Peach and Other Tennis Players. London, July 28 By the Associated Press. tiermany will abide by the de cision of the allied supreme council relative to the quention of the trans portation of a French division across Germany to reinforce the French troops in upper Silesia, according to informa tion available here to-day. The German foreign minister. Dr. Rosen, informed the French ambasa dor in Berlin last night to this effect Uermanr a position being stated in a note handed the ambassador the ad vices state. The Australian party- left Toronto, wnere rney piayea agami me lanaai an team, at 7:45 o'clock last night and were due to arrive in Pittsburgh this morning. They reached Black Rock, a station in Buffalo, about midnight. MIGHT ACKNOWLEDGE DEBT As Step Toward Securing Aid for the People of Russia. Copenhagen, July 28. Rumors are in circulation in Keval, says a dispatch to the Politken from the F.sthonian capital, that as an extreme measure in an effort to secure help in the present crisis in Russia Nikola Lenine has pro- i posed to the Soviets the acknowledge ment of the national debt which the bolsheviki cancelled after the revo lution. The proposed payment of interest and capital would not be begun before 1925. According to the rumors which the dispatch outlines, and which are lack ing in confirmation from other quar ters, so far as known here, it is pro posed that a conference be summoned between the soviet government and the European creditor countries to de termine the exact amount of the debt and arrange for the immediate resump tion of diplomatic and economic rela tions. Leonid Krasin, the minister of trade and commerce, is reputed to have been commissioned to ascertain . the attitude of France in this ronnec- . tion. VISITS SOUTH AMERICA To Interest the People There in Irian ' Independence. Buenos Aires, July 28. An effort to ! intereet Latin-American nations in the ; cause of lnn independence will be ( made br Laurence Ginnell. a member of the Southern Irish Parliament, who i arrived here Testerdav. He carries ere- dentials from Ie Valera, and plans to ' viit all the more important republics of South America. CONTINUES ITS CRIME. !-nt!n camr. Br. 15. Brre Legion s. coi New York Yacht Club Fleet Oil for New London. j New Haven, Conn., July 2. Under j i loud flecked skies which gave promise of a good sailing breeM later on, the . New York Yacht club fleet, on its J rrui t the eastward, set sail shortly! after S Vlok thi morning for its run i to New London. Most, of the raft had j anchored off the breakwater but the power boats and smaller sailing craft. ran tat aioma v nra( nu , a a aitcborage. . . . . The n-et left Glen lore, ing iiarj. , reiir4ay mornirg and on H first dsy'i ran was led to the nn.a line on New ISan HarrT oy ne nrmm jarm forfait. -J- r. Morgao. owner, ioiiom bv atfout "1 other yachts of all elae j Outside the harbor the !et was el . ..... . Ik, v. Ha Y'a M Hob beaded by Cbsbo- j ir.rr Jo a N. hampx. j T1(.Te t htmen wb can abre". diirirc Ike evening were entertaiced at t be riiibi. To-day at LadcTs Prices subject to change quicker 'n scatfor instance, you are paying 10c for Sardines, why do so. We have 1000 boxes, in pure oil, for only, 7c box, four for 25c SALMON, Penobscot, per lb 45c ; MACKEREL, per lb 35c HALIBUT, steak, per lb 40c SWORDFISH, per lb , .... 15c COD, steaks, per ..... 20c FLOUNDERS, per lb 15c HADD, per lb ISc, 20c, 25e LOBSTERS sind CRABS Alive or steamed. The F. D. Ladd Co mmmmt ( i t(IX. A S7?" -a-I.