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THE BARRE DAIJLV TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1922.
ESTABLISHED 1886 4S Ms , ill sg THE STORE. WHERE QUALITY COUNTS Oar Thirty-Sixth . ersary Sale Closes Saturday Evening, January 14 Only a Short Time Remains for You to Make the Most of This Great Saving Opportunity OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE has been .tested tested and found splendidly worthy by the hundreds of our patrons who are attending" this great under-pricing event daily.1 There are plenty of splendid bargains still left for everybody, so come before the store closes Saturday night and get your share. L Comforters Large size; $6.98 value $4.98 Beacon Blankets 72x81 inches; $5.98 value $4.89 pair Crash Toweling Aft-linen; 39c value V 29c yard Part Linen Napkins 22x22 inches ; $5.00 value $3.49 dozen TableCloths Mercerized ; $2.25 value $1.59 Turkish Towels Bath size; 50c value 39c Huck Towels Linen finish ; 17c, Value 12c Bed Spreads Crochet patterns ; $2.25 val. $1.59 Madras Shirting. j. Yard wide; fast color ; 29c yard English Long Cloth Yard wide; 10 yds. in piece $1.98 piece Messaline Silk Yard wide; $1.98 value $1.39 yard Wool French' Serge Forty-inch; $2.59 value $1.75 yard Children's Hose Black and Brown; 29c val. 19c pair ' Women's Hose Silk Lsle; 69c value 29c pair Women's Gloves Kid and Wash Cape; $2.50 value $1.49 pair Women's Gloves Gauntlet style; $5.50 value . $3.98 pair Gossard Corsets Front lace; $5.00 value $3.50 pair Warner's Corsets Back lace ; $2.50 value $1.75 pair Back Lace Corsets White CoutO; $1.50 value 95c pair Flannel Night Robes Colored Stripes ; sizes 16, 17 $1.25 Flannel Night Robes Extra heavy; $2.98 value $2.00 Pink and White Brassieres Plain and Fancy; 75c value 49c Children's Dresses Gingham ; 2 to 6 years -69c Silk Camisoles Wash Satin and Crepe ; lace trimmed , 98c DISPUTE OVER VILNA. Came Before the Council of the League Nations. Geneva, Jan. 12. (By the Associated Tresa), The dispute between Poland - i tiii - - t :l , - l. Vim JJllUMUUlI uyvi V lint i.uic m ivic the council of the league of nations to day. The situations in Albania and Danzig also were on the program, but the Vilna problem held chief place. It in one of the moat diflieult problems confronting the council. The league of nations had already evolved a solution, but this was re jected by both countries, and the coun cil is now considering the question in the light of the election held in Vilna last ISumliay, the results of which are not yet known. Meanwhile the council j'lan's to decide upon rticaaures to pre vent renewal of hostilities and the most effective method of dealing with the minorities there. Next on the agenda was the report of the commission appointed by the league's assembly to investigate condi tions in Albania in Hie light of en croHchineiits by Jugo-Slnvia. The report was also expected to' include information recardin? the stability of the present Albanian government at Tierna. Various administrative problems af fecting the free city of Danzig are al ao to be considered. BARRE LEGION DEFEATED By Score of 20 to 22 at St. Albans Last ' Night. -Barre Legion basketball team was defeated by the St. Albans Legion five, !22 -to 20, at St. Albans last night. It was a fast game from start to finish : and despite the fact that the floor was jstrange and also very slippery, the 1 Barre boys put up such a showing tfc;t ! half the "fans were rooting for the vis itors after the hrst few minutes of play. Both teams played a clean game all through. Godfrey, the St. .Albans right forward, carried off the honor of the night by dropping 411 six basket from the floor and two on fouls. Wil son, Barre crack left forward, was the big scorer for his team, as usuaJ, pil ing up 11 points. The summary: St. Albans. g. Dubeny, c 4 Spencer, If 0 Godfrey, rf B Keiburir. lg 0 TALK OF THE TOWN Howe, rg 0 f. 0 0 0 0 r- : 0-' 0 0: Taken in the Wrong Sense. Connoisseur (showin? picture) This is rather a pood thing I picked up the c(her (fay. I'm afraid it'll have to be restored, though. Boston Transcript. Totals . . . Barre. . Wilson, If .., t'ercsoli, rf . . Oliver, c Haskctt, rg . . Lundholm, lg 100 . 5 . 1 . 0 '. 0 II ") 0; 4; 0, Tublic dance, grange hall. WiFiams town, Thursday, Jan. 12. CarroL'a or thestra. adv. ' D. A. Perry was in Burlington to day attending the meeting of the state Holstein-Fricsian association." Even chronic cases of rheumatism yield tc ICheuma's power, says E. A. Drown, the druggist.. If it doesn't help, your money is returned. ( Miss Quintan announces another term of dancing starts Thursday, Jan. 12, 8 p. m., Worthcn hall. Adult clasj, lcginiiers ami advanced. For particu lars call or 'phone ISfl-M. adv. The' first annual meeting of Barre unit No. 13. American lcgion Auxil iary, was held in the Legion hall Tues day, nipht. Thec officers were, elected for 1U22: President, Miss lnella I,. Ball; secretary, Mrs. Elmer W. Hunt ing; treasurer. Miss Kosc E. Phillip; color bearer. Miss Emma Fowlie; str-geant-at-arms, Mi- Leola George; chaplain, Mr. Isabella Johnston; eec utive committee. Miss Cecilia IXiwer, Miss Penelope Gall and Miss Margaret Dowers. Reports submitted showed that there wero 173 members in the auxil iary, a member of relief cases had been cared for and a substantia sum of money was on hand which would he used to install appliances in the club kitchen. Totals 8 20 Tha Coquette. He Don't you ever get tired of be ing made love to? She I might if it were always by the same man. Boston Transcript. Obscurity of Greatness. "What will be Senator Snorth- "That' hard to say. The narrative of . the senator's achievements i limited "Hcflv to the Congressional Record. Since' nobody reads that ponderous work now, I'm afraid posterity will hv equally negligent." Birmingham Ag? Hcrald. 1 WEBSTERVILLE Mr. Kobert Mitchell lias returned to her home after two weeks' stav in Boston. Mrs. George O'Lcary, wiio was stricken with a shock, is not improv-K- 322 Men's and BojV Suits and Overcoats, Underwear, Sweaters, Sheeplincd Coats, Reefers, Mackinaws and, in fact, All Win ter Weight Goodi at discount FROM REGULAR PRICES An opportunity to stock up and save mon ey. We shall be glad to show you. The: Frank McWhorter Co. 45c OPEKO COFFEE 4 lbs. for $1.00 50c pkffs. Opeko Tea 2 for 51c 75c Peppermint Patties 49c The Red Cross Pharmacy BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JANUARY. 12, 1922. The Weather Fair, to-night and Friday; colder to night; ' cold wave; fresh northwest winds. . . ; : x ' TALK OF THE TOWN think , When you think of .smoking, of a Sculptor. adv. rublic dance, grange hall, Williams town, Thursday, Jan. 12. , Carroll's or chestra. adv. , Discriminating smokers prefer a Sculptor cigar. Manufacturer by Wes ley Hoffman ..Teh 007 -W. adv. D. A. Lunt of Boston, a member of the firm of Bracket t, Shaw & Lnnf, was a business visitor in the city to day- ' " Cards have been received in this city announcing the marriage of Hurry Stafford and Pearl Mathews of Ander son, hid. ' ' ' - ' A joint installation of Odd Fellows and Kebekalifl to-night at o clock Supper served at 6. All members urged to attend. Juat in. a nice line of ribbon and baronet te satin bats. AH winter milli nery at less than half price. Mrs. Rob ert Murphy. adv. '' Regular meeting of St. John's court, No. o'i, C. O. F., Thursday evening, Jan. 12, at 7:30 o'clock. Ppr order M. Fitzgerald, rec. see. Mrs. Loren Bell of Maple avenue left Barre this morning to go to Melrose, Mass.. where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Harold Knight, , . Burns' concert at the Presbyterian church this year will bo more attrac tive than ever. Don't forget the date, Wednesday, Jan. 25. adv. Catherine Woolsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georpe Woolsey of 32 Cir cle street, was operated on at her home to-day for the removal of tonsils and adenoids. Second concert for the Barre Wom an's club, tipienuid latent, j'-veryn-my invited. Quarry Bank hall, Jan. 17. at 8 o'clock. Members admitted bv tick et; public, 'i5c. adv. , Stanley Adams, who has been nijrht engineer on the C, V. branch for some time, has been transferred back to St. Albans. The new engineer is Timothy Gary of St. Albans, Notice, Rebekahs and Odd Fellrw, t Joint installation of the officers of Hiawatha lodge and Bright Star lie- bekah lodge to-night at 8 o'clock. Sup per will lie served at 0 o'clock. The statement in yesterday s paper that Mrs. C. M. Hawes had moved her store back to 18 Elm street was incor rect. Mr. and Mrs. Hawes have moved their household goods back to 22 Elm street. V The annual meeting of the Glentijrie club will bei held in Clan hall Thurs day evening at 7 o'clock sharp. All members be present, as important bus iness will be brought up. Per order president. The body of Oeorse Kilburn, who died in Barre this morning, was sent to his homo in Manchester this noon. Mr. Kilburn was 4!) years old and had been in this city about a month. He leaves his wife, Viola. The American Legion dance and so cial time at the elub house is to be one week from Friday, or Jan. 20, rath, er than next Friday, as wa under stood. All auxiliary ladies solicited for rakes please bear the corrected date in mind. ' 1 Dr. Leon E. Tae of Newport, for merly of Barre, is to close his oflico in Newport Feb. 1 and go to Kirks ville, Mo., where he is to take up spe cial hospital work and later will open an office in that place, according to a Newport item. Livestock men don't fail to attend the Central Vermont Cattle elub meet ing Saturday afternoon in Worthcn hall. This organization has been in strumental in the sale of over $.10,000 worth of dairy cows. You should fit tend this meeting and lend your sup port whether you are a member or not You will find" much of interest in the meeting. adv. Miss Eva Smith of the high school faculty held a goodly numlier of peo ple attentive last night, relating aoirlc of her experiences and observations white traveling in Europe last sum mer. Her talk was given under the us pices of the Presbyterian Men's club ut their regular meeting which was open to the ladies of the church. Refreshment were served at the close. j For sale: Double tenement house of 12 rooms, located at 70 Brook, street, on lot 172V, feet frontage by VJS'.', feet deep. Each tenement contains U rooms and bath, separate collar, porch and woodshed, alsu henhouse and hen run. Is on one of the bes-t streets in the city, within easy rcaeh of school, churches and business district. This would make a fine home, or a profit -sble investment. Call at property any tin; during day. Mrs. Kathcrine C. Crocan, admrx. adv. The Presbrcy-Lcland fompany of Vew York and Barre to-day announced plans for selling or leasing a portion of their large modern plant in North Barre. There have Wen rumors that the company intended to erect exten sive works at some point near theii quarry interests at Brattleboro and this rumor wa confirmed in the official announcement. Whiie no definite hxa tion has been determined upon, plan for the new works are in course of preparation. The I'rcsbrey-Lcland p'ar.t , st North Barre is one of the larget in the Barrs district. A finely appointed two-stirr office building was recentl! erected on their property adjoining th? works. TALK OF THE TOWN Auction Rale Saturday at 2 and 7 p. m, City Auction. Market. See adv.- auv. ,." v. ; .' r- r-',. ,i ' - . .Public dunce, grange hall, Williams town, Thursday, Jan. 12. Carroll's or chestra. adv. '. ; ' . ; Mrs. Alicia MafTVi of Milford, N. II., arrived in Barro yesterday to pass a few days with friends. John T. Mason and Carl 6. Aruberg of Brattleboro arrived in ' Barre this inorninsr to nass a few days on busi ness. . John . Bobbins of St. Johnsbury is passing a few days in Barre visHn,r his stui, George Bobbins, of Washing ton street. ' , 'V M.' Arthur Morgan of Middlebury re turned to his home yesterday after noon, after passing a few days in Barre on business. ' Morri Levin of Portland, Me., ar rived in Barre last night to" maka a few business calls to-day. He will go to Burlington to-night. j i, Regular meeting of I. 0. O. L., M. U., 1 in K. of P. hall Friday evening, Jan. j l.'t, at 7 o'clock. Installation of officers. ' Supper will bo served at 6 o'clock. j "St. A. Specials' cigars are always ' the same in quality and workmanship. 100 per cent value for your nioncy. A'k vonr dealer.' Raymond ' Guyette, Mfr," St. Albans, Vt.-dr.; - Cobble Hill grange will hold an old time box social Friday evening, Jan. 13. Everyone come and help to make this a success. .Ladies not bringing : boxes will be fined 50c adv. , Notice, Rebekahs and Odd Fellows!1 Joint installation of the officers of Hiawatha lodge and Bright- Star Rc bekah lodge to-night at 8 o'clock. Sup- ( per will be served at 6 o'clock". 1 The snow was hailed with delight Jiy the tobogganing enthusiasts of Barre. The ncwlv-erectcd chute on Trow hill probably will be placed in commission goon, as all that was wanting was snow enough. " W. Cm. ReynoMs i once more back at his duties at the Reynolds 4 Son store, after having been confined to his home for several days with a relapse of the attack of bronchitis with which he was seized Beveral weeks ago. Frank Colvin of Fark street ha re turned to Barre from a trip to Boston and vicinity. Mr. Colvin has obtained employment in Brockton, Mass., and probably wiil move his family there soon. The Granite Manufacturers' associa tion has contributed 500 souvenir book let of Barre and the granite industry for distribution among the boys who will coma to Barre for the Older Boys conference which opens here to-morrow and continues through Sunday, j The' storm or nothing else will pre vent the VincitJa cluh duplicate whist, pool, billiard and .checker players from Journeying to Montpelier to-night to do battle with the representatives of the Apollo club. The return trip will b" made by special car which will leave Montpelier after the tournament. ! At the annual meeting of the Mont-' pclier Savings Bank & Trust Co., beid yesterday afternoon, John T. AveriU of Barre was elected assistant treasur er of the institution. Mr. Averm en tered the, employ of the bank July I, 1921, after having served 20 years in a responsible position in tne iranne Savings Bank A Trust Co. of Barre. Due to the fact that many of the la dies of Barre have expressed a desire to meet Chandra personally, the man agement of tha Magnet theatre has ar ranged a special reception for ladies only on Friday afternoon at the Mag net, On this occasion Chandra will give every lady a personal test and will an swer all questions that he possibly can and those who hav questions of a personal nature need feel no embar rassment in asking that which they most desire to know. No girls under H will be admitted Friday afternoon. adv. . . ' ' I ffMTIJ 1 til ilMlitJMlX ill v - 5JMOFJ DKY.OOD SERVICE-SATISFACTION " , Continues all this week and next but you will need to hurry - for assortments will be smaller and many lots closed out en tirely before the end of the sale. Our January Sale plays no favorites Prices have been slashed straight through the store in every department. - You'll be amazed at the bargains offered in our. Garment section. . . All Suits at One-Half Price WINTER COATS In Heather Mixtures, Velours, Normandy, Bolivias, Chamois tynes at the Lowest Price You Ever Paid. : Savings of One-Half in many instances If you need a Coat don't delay in attending our big clear ance sale. Winter has but just started, and then, too, think what you will save next winter. Have you seen those fine qual- . . . -r-i 11 011 m .f..i. imr 1 lity rrunena fctripe stuns, $io vaiues, m 1M at They are truly wonderful. . Entire Stock of Fur Scarfs and Muff s at One-Half Price All Silk Dresses, All Wool Dresses, All Children's Coats One-third and One-half off. This is the greatest buying time of the whole year. THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY r : : : -v GODDARD NOTES. Seek Friends in Honr of Need. "In the hour of. need we quickly seek our best friends," writes Clias. Schridd Ward de Wet, 057 73d Ave Oakland, Cab, "our little boy and girl had a se vere dry. raspinjr coium nnmu . - ',itl-d to Middlebury ....1. .h.ibi.an1 ( iiahoa u-iii. " The vtrMty basketball team left to day for a three-day trip to the eouth r,.rt of tha state. The team will 1.. til. Sutherland club at Proctor ;l.t Tmv Conference academy to morrow and the Rutland American Le gion Saturday. A minstrel troupe is bcinjr organ ized br Miss Betty Browa and a per formance is being planned for an early date. Miss Grace Bolton is confined to her bed with a severe cold. The girl-,' basketball team will play the Essex Junction high school aggre gation at that place to-morrow night. Owin? to the recent weather con ditions the skatinsr rink is apain out of condition and the rink will have to be flooded before hotkey practice can start. ' - A food sale was held in the cooking department last night. .Inhn Conlev. former Goddard stu- iihleem the face of th sufferers like unto con vulsions.- Foley's Honey and Tar was a woHderful eiiiprrency remedy." Cases like this (five Foley's Honey and Tar its reputation as the let remedy for coughs and eulJs. , Sold everywhere. Adv. ' . - eolleire. Goddard will entertain twelve young men, whs are at tending the Older Boys' conference, during their stay here. The Gxhiard reserves will play the Spauldin? seconds at the Spaulding gymnasium next Wednesday. New Mill Type Lamps A Lamp especially Adapted for mills, workshops, offices, etc. where hard usage and vibration makes ordinary Lamps short-lived. Gives more light and costs only .slight ly more than the other type. Made in two sizes, 25 and 50 watt. A trial will prove their worth. Barre Electric Co. Tel. 98 Montpelier Electric Co. Tel 26 "FOR YOUR ELECTRIC WANTS" K5SE Fanners Notice. j The annual meeting of the Central; Vermont Cattle club will he held in! Worthcn hall, Barre, Saturday, Jan.) 14, at 1 p. m. Orlando Martin and Dr. I A. J. IVFosst-t wi 1 address the nifft- j ing. Every liveor k man in Washing- ton and (trance counties should plan i attend this meeting. i Elizabeth H. Bugbee 94 NORTH MAIN ST., Upstairs, Opposite 5 and 10c Store ALL MILLINERY at Stop! Look!! Listen!!! No More War Prices on Shoe Repairs All shoe repairing from now on at reduced prices. Men's whole soles and rubber heels, sewed, re duced from .$2.50 to $2.00. Men's half soles and rubber heels, sewed, reduced from $2.00 to $1.75. Men's soles and heels, nailed, reduced from $1.75 to $1.50. ' Ladles' soles and rubber heels, sewed, reduced from $1.50 to $1.25. Ladies' soles and heels, nailed, reduced from $1.25 to $1.00. O'SulIivan and Wingfoot Rubber Heels, pair 60c Other makes such as L T. S., Slip-Not, Walkmore and United, pair 50c. Repairs on boys', girls' and children's shoes re duced according to the size. All material and workmanship guaranteed to be first-class. Three Days I offer my stock of Men's, Ladies and Children's Slippers, Men's Heavy Stockines and Leggms and Lnriies Gaiters at about Half Price Watch this space next week for sale on Men's Shoes and Rubbers. Tke Woman Ready -to-Wear Shop Fur Coats A fortunate opportunity in Fur Coats and Wraps at prices marked for quick clearance. Starting at $50.00 up to . $350.00 Early Choice is Advised. Sports Coats and Mackinaws For town and country wear. Just the Coat for school wear. $7.50 up to $35.00. These Coats are enjoyed in the roughest of winter weather. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. See Our Keith Avenue Window A. BISSETT "Everything in Foot ear 2 MERCHANT STREET, BARRE. i i Lantern Sale For a few days wc offer No. 0 Hot Blast Lantern, each 69c Nu-Style LANTERN with Extra Fount, each SI. 39 C. W. Avcrill & Co. THE 7mtTCSSTM STORE ONE-HALF PRICE j . L