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BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1923.
the BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1022. THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, JNC. rrtnk K. Lanekjr. Publtahw. Entrrtd t thr PortofBe at Burro Sond. Cbas M.U Matter SUBSCRIPTION BATES On. br mU.. ! ci. tUm torn mall 2.Ti Thr month, far m41 .vLJt! Binrtto copy M MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATBD PRRM; Tb AuMctatai Pro" to xoluilv.lr .ntKl to th. m for republication of all new Of rtehe. rraditoa to tt or t otherwhw j ltd in Uiw (wpar. ao m published tbarata. AH the people of Vermont rejoice iu the Improvement in the condition of Gov. Hartncas. r j A Vermont winter hath its charm albeit you may hv to look second time to ace tkem. The conferees on limitation of arm aments never realized what a task they were Betting themselves to until they artually got into the midst of the tank. Tb main problems have branched off into many ramifications not un- ' mixed with the provincial viewpoint of many of the nations involved nd the work of drawing up even a prelim inary basis of Bjjreement for - reduc tion of armaments has stretched out over V very long poriod. Because of the narrow viewpoint brought into the conference the work must seem very -wearisome; yet the coaference is be ing held to the task with commend able firmness and fidelity to obligation. There is strong hope of success. Talk that'Preeident Guy W. Baiey of the University of Vermont may become a candidate for governor of Vermont in the next primary is brought out once hi four' years with as much regularity as election' year itself. Terbaps the ctalk is brought out by scmeone wishing to scare some one else out of the race for the posi tion. U is calculated to occasion con siderable scare inasmuch as President .Bailey fe a most powerful factor in matters political.' But President Bai ley is ratlier well situated at present and might be averse to giving up his position at the head of the state uni versity, even for the chan?e of being governor and of going still further in the official life connected with the state or perhaps it would be more proper to ay that he might desire to stay In his present position for a time.bcfore entering political and offi cial life agnin. A any rate, there has been no definite word from him, so far as known. SEASONABLE ATTIRE. With becoming solicitude, the boys of Partmouth college warn the fair visitors to "the Dartmouth winter car nival next month to come equipped with woolen mittens and socks, high overshoes or boots and warm am o' shanters. It is a most timely sugges tion and one that oughl to be heeded by the young ladies who accept invi tations to the winter sports earnival inasmuch as much of the carnival's ac tivities lakes place in deep snow. The boys declare in a statement to the young ladles: "We saw you, at last carnival, ftand in the snow in pumps, silk stockings and ft fur coat. We were sorry, and you did not look as happy as you tried to. So remember that there will be snow, that you will have to stand in it and that it will be cold. We wish you to look pretty and warm, not expensive and cold." The young ladies whu go to Hanover next month attired in pumps, silk stockings and fur coats, along with their other ar ticles o? clothing, will elicit more cen sure than pity from the Dartmouth boys after Mich a warning. Perhaps most of t'lo girls will be sensible, and, st the sann time, comfortable. Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpelicr, VI Capital Surplus and Un divided Profits, $220,000 Pays 4 P. C on Savings Deposits 2 P. C on Commer cial Deposits AH taxes paid by bank. Depository of City of Montp-'ier and State cf Vermont crew t- fti-A.xaiAr-1. BnH. CEATTTT. Via. a. JLxrri voiCLK. rw SHANK X- SMITH. Trmum. m. C KYB BAFtT AtiI4l T ft- IS 1,1 SttSH 'A MONEY TALKS And that is all the talking neces sary at this sale salesman's talk; advertising talk; all' unnecessary. JUST EXAMINE THE CLOTH JUST SEE THE TAILORING JUST LOOK AT THE PRICES ON THESE SUITS AND OVER- . COATS IN OUR WINDOW. Suits, Overcoats, Sheepskins and and Mackinaws at 20 per cent Reduction Men's Suits ....v. $20.00 to $45.00 Men's Overcoats ..$12.00 to $37,50 ' Men's Sheepskins . $9.00 to $16.00 Men's Mackinaws . . $8.00 to $13.50 Boys' Overcoats . . ..$8.00 to $16.00 Boys' Sheepskins . . . $5.00 to $15.50 Boys' Mackinaws . . $6.00 to $12.00 Last Day MONEY deposited in Savings Department before closing time Friday, this week, wiil draw interest from January 1 at 4 . ,! ' ; .. . f The Peoples National Bank of Barre 4 per cent The Only National Bank In Barre 4 per cent, H L F. H. Rogers & Company BETHEL w. H. S. tost Both Boys' and Girl.' Games to Windsor Last Night. .Whitcomb high school lost (both Us games to Windsor high school by ft single point at tho town hall, last eve Tl,.. Wtiitnomb boVs lost in the jlant half minute of play, after losing the, first period 13 to 8 and then over taking their rivals in the second pe- rlou. ina game was a uiu uni lose. The girls played three periods, the visitors leading by ft single point at the end of each period. The games were (rood ones to watch and were en joyed by ftgood crowd. Windsor High School Gilson, If Hatch, rf Lombard, c Spauldlng, Ig ......... Rice, rg ............... Another Difference. With most of us men our clothes are in style as long as they are wearable; whereas with the women their clothes are wearable only as long as they are in style. Boston Transcript. A Child's Bequest. A little girl of four seeing her grand mother remove her false teeth said, "Dramma, will you please take mine out like that for me?" Boston Tran script. . ' " " " PATS AND PUNCHES i : : When a fellow reaches his 25t birtfiday anniversary he can't help but realize what a long time it is to live and what a mighty short time it is to look back upon. 1 Not Going. R. S. Going is convalescing from a serious attack of the grippe, Mont pelier Argus. , The Orleans County Monitor bring to me the pathetic information that "John Clifford had his leg quite badly vr lif- miPfU" and I'm forced to marvel at the frigid-hearted fate which brings such disaster to ft swgie-ieggcu man. the word for Ireland, with the north and south governments instead pf one. So. Is the Printer's Accuracy., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blake are very lii.Montpclier Argus. Rarer than the most precious gem is real, true, never-dying friendship. , Jay F. Tee. LETTERS TOTHE EDITOR A good broom 43c Thev won't last long. Adv. Hpringfield Reporter. With no aspersion toward his illus trious, if fry, predecessor in view, the exchansr? inform us among George Wharton Pepper's qualifications to nil the seat in the Senate made vacant by Boies Penrose, that he had no peer, in bis days at the University of Pennsyl vania, as ft hammer-thrower. , Disorder ia House of Disorda. Thomas Disorda and family who are ill are improving. Middlebury Register. Quote the fcge, "Bobbed hair and drug store blueh'es seldom make good pies." Ticces rather than peace should be Our High School. Editor, Barre Times: I was sur prised U read in last night's Times that the school commissioners had ap pointed Mr. White to act as principal of the high school for the balance of the year. Surely the position of su pervising the activities of our grade schools requires the undivided atten tion of one person, and it seems as if he should not be forced to assume the extra duties of principal in fairness to him and in justice to our grade schools. With a high school of Barre's sir.e someone should be there all the time to maintain discipline and oversee and direct the work of the stafT. Sure ly fome of the large staff now in our high school should be capable of tak ing up Mr. Hunt's work and carry ing it on for the balance of the year, rather Chan overload our superintend ent with this extra work.v A promo tion of this nature would' show our teachers that their services were ap preciated and stimulate them to still better sen ice if that is possible. Taxpayer. The Men Higher Up. Old Mrs. Practical My dear, it's about time for you to choose a mate. Young MUs Nautical Mate noth ing! L have my eye on a captain. udge. Per Cent Interest PAID 'Carrying out our prom ises this Bank paid its savings depositors for the semi-annual pe riod ending December 31 1921, interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. nighest Rate of Interest That is exactly what you will get by opening a savings ac count in this Bank. 4 3-4 Per Cent Interest Guaranteed A 3 Hl u Interest will be paid by this bank at the rate of 4 t per cent per annum for the six months' period ending June SO, 1922. This we absolutely guarantee. Surplus Guarantees Safely to Depositors This Bank can afford to pay Per cent interest with safety to its depositors and safety to the Bank It has the necesVary capital and surplus required by law to permit this rate of interest. Information Regarding Deposits Deposit made on or before J&nuary 12, 1922. will draw in terest at 4H per cent from January 1, 1922. A Saving. Account may be opened in person, or by mail. In opening a Savings Account by mail, write us a letter, enclosing either check, mnr.ey order or currency. If currency is sent, the letter should be registered. The Burling!:!! Trust Go.tphh, Eotliogtcn, Vt. Whitcomb. High School Haikar, rf .......... Hickcy, If ........... Mitlguy, e Cowdrey, rg .,...... Morrill, lg ........... Windsor H. S. Girls Gilson, rf Hutchlns, If Elliott, c Holsington, rg ..... Vondell, lg Whitcomb II. Fisher, rf ',, Wilson, If , Cereta, C . . Qoodale, rg Comes, lg . Baikara, rf . S. Girls 4 0 ..,..,4 6 .....2 0 0 0 .2 0 12 6 g. f. .....3 5 .....2 0 4 0 1 0 .....2 0 12 5 ...... 0 0 1 0 .....4 1 .....o d o o 5 1 (C. f. .....0 0 .....0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 .....1 0 4 :'' 2 P- 8 14 j ?! 30 P 11 4 8 2 4 20 P- t 2 9 0 0 nj Oi J 8! 0, ! 2; 10 Blood of White River Junction ref ereed both games. Mrs. Taul F. Wilson has been elected guardian c.1 the campfire girl. Mrs. James A. Graham and Mrs. O. I. Ab bott will have charge of the cooking classes, Mrs. A. B. Waxhburn of the sewing clftsnes, Miss Helen Brooks of the hikes and Miss Mildred Shaw of the art classes. M; E. Gaskell shipped Tuesday to Galveston, Tex., three Silver Sebright bantam pullets. Mr. Gaskell is one of li four Vermont members of , the American Bantam association. This order Is from the greatest distance of all that he has received, but previously J he had shipped Dims as iar as am. bama. 1t. Catherine S. Gilson has been! appointed administratrix and Robert j Noble and Kev. J. vesiey .Miner com missioneis and appraisers of the es tate of the late K. D. Gilaon. The ladies' aid society of the Con greffatiijnal church held its annual meeTTig yesterday at the home of Mrs. F. N. Chapman. The retiring presi dent, Mr. Eliza F. Miller, was pre kented a cafserolo in recognition of faithful services several years as pres ident, Mr. Chapman making the ad dress. No member present being will ing to accept the presidency, Mrs. Lu ella Kidder was elected vice-president and secretary! Mrs. Nathan L. Chase, treasurer and chairman of the flower committee: Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. V. S. Blossom and Mrs. E. C. Mc Intyre, directresses. Mrs. fciwan E. Chase, Btrry Ohaie and Jesse F. Moody are at Key West, Fl enjoying the contrast to the ac customed wintry blasts. In the near future they plan ft voyage to Cuba. Donald S. Arnold has position as operator at the Central Vermont sta tion at Roxbury. Rev. A. B. Christy of Tnionville, O.. will preach in the Congregational church the next three Sundays. H i being entertained at Dr. G. I. Ab bott's. The annual meeting of the fire dis trict was held Monday evening. S. M. Washburn was elected moderator; Guy Wilson, clerk and treaurerj Her bert G. Allen, member of the pruden-, tial committee for three years; I H. vl,i.nr r!iif nohier! H. H. Shen- srd, first assistant i E. C. Blaisdell, sec ond ftitanti J. r. Marsh, thir.i as sistant. A tax of 40 cents was voted. The ladies social union of the I'ni- versalist church will meet next Wednesday afternoon at Miss Abbie Whitcomb'. I Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hinkley of Rovsl ) are spending ft few weeks I with their son. John Hinkley. Both are pa.t RO.and very active. A meeting of the public health com-, mittee of the Wal branch, American Red Cn.. a hld Tuesday at John J. Wiioou's office. It was voted to trv to M"ure the services at aisirni nure of Ida M. Ward of Worces ter. M.. pradnste of Woonmket. R. I.. Jiw.pUal in the el of 1317. Mmv ha tad esptrienc in public nursing. It ' Itotta-J she will accept and Wf wcrk H. 1. w r IVrcrs l.iinei carload of pptte t-day, oi;y frm Iyl!cB) and lUmsrd. Fatnre Prride4 Tar. itJnuk it about tme jour torn k-armt ! K!e trsdf ? j (Hd uv- BWs Ttr Vsrt. bo. Vs 'l it jfc'! "U fslher j-i. ked op a t4x Ut jkMtitl, eTI ''P xy 1, 1lw-s . the t.e ". Tr 1 MONEY Deposited On or Before JANUARY 13 Will Draw Interest From JANUARY 1 GRANITE SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY DEPOSITORY OF THE CITY OF BARRE DIRECTORS John Trow, Will A. Txitcomb, Frank F. Cave, Jauics T. a'arrion, J. Ward Carver, Chas. II. Wiahatt Dreamers vs. Doers The difference ia obvious " You know the Dreamer the one who always wishes he had certain things in life but never makes any determined effort to get them. He , bulds air castles which he expects to materialize without any hard work on his part. Consider the Doer- the man of action he, too builds castles but builds them on foundations made strong and secure by constant hard work and saving.' He also dreams of the future but prepares for it by stedy, consistent savinghe makes his freams come true. MakVyour dreams materialize. SAVE A LITTLE EACH WEEK 1 Your account whether large or small is solicited. . Quarry Savings Bank and Trust Co. QUARRY BANK BUILDING BARRE, VT. Sack td This is the same fine paper which has ' commanded quality patronage for twenty fiY'e years. It is nowpermanently priced at fifty cents a quire box. See our new displays, offering you a choice of five smart styles in a variety of beautiful tints. Drpwn's Drug Store 48 North Main Street. The how Cost Car New Series that is completely equipped and gives the extra comfort, economy and dependability that assures lasting fatisfac tiozu Touring, F. O. B. Toledo $595 ChasL. Roadster Coupe IS30. Sedan SSS3 r k- onnirned. includire Electric Starter, Lights, ti A-n .Wnmeter. IVmountable Rims. Owners average from 25 to S3 miles per gallon of gasoline. H. F. Cutler & Son 13 South Main Strct, Barre, VL, Tel. 730 OFFICERS: BFN A. EASTMAN, President. , H. J. M. JONES, ViccPres., C. II WILLEY, Treasurer. YOUR WEEKLY DEPOSITS It is surprising how quickly money multiplies when deposited with us to your credit promptly each week. Get the weekly bank deposit habit. Start an account now with us. - 4 per cent. Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. The First National Bank MONTPELIER, VT. Watch Our Window for Special Bargains We have many lines which we are going to clean-up regardless of price. 1 lot of Men's Shoes, $9.00 and $10.00 value, now at v 6.95 1 Jot of Men's Shoes, $5.00 and $6.00 values, , now $3.95 1 lot of Men's Shoes, $4.00 and $5.00 value, now 1 lot Boys' 2-Buckle Rubbers, $2.00 value, now' at .........$U9 1 lot Men's and Women's Felt Shoes at cost. 20 per cent off on all Men's Lumbermen's Rub bers, Many other good bargains not mentioned. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop S 2sN.D. Phelps Co.m Are headquarters for Flexible Flyer and Firefly Sleds Tubbs Snow Shoes and the most desirable grades of Tubbs' Skiis These goods are cf the highest quality made and our prices are right Phone 28, 29 Barre, Vt. . 4 P