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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, ,VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, ,1022.
BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1932. Publitil Evm-t Werk-Dar Aftro to THK BARRE DAILY TIMK8, INC Frank E. Lander, Fublhr. , Intend at th Pnfoffle at Bam M son Claaa Matt Matter SUBSCRIPTION (Via year br mall ., . II month br mall....,.,. Thraa month by mail..,,.. nn month by man.., RATES Alnrla All aabterlptiooa eaah la ll.M 4 U ........v ... Nata advaaea. MEMBER Or THK ASSOCIATED PRESS T Amorted Pre to clulvtr ntttled b th iwa for rapoblleatfaa of all now 4w patebaa erMltM m n or not acDorwiM ero Kad ia thla paper, and alao th oabllabtd thereto, f A generoua reward ia offered for the safe return of the aun. Few latehstrings are out in the of Belfast at the present time; jpen portholes are the rule. i'ity but civil authorities without any naval offi cer or attache present, albeit the exam ination will be in a naval prison. Tint is a more sane view of the . situation and is calculated to give the civil au thorities a reasonable opportunity to carry on their investigation of a rious' crime, while at the same time i giving the suspect proper protection. ; The it-ch for easy money is evi denced by the various treasure-hunting expeditions that have already start d or are about to be started from points in the North . American conti nenfc The same time, energy and money put into some project having a definite result , would accomplish Im measurably inorej but men were ever led about by a will o'; the wisp, . Senator Capper's ; euggestion to President Harding that he ask far 'h resignation of Secretary of War Weeks is amusing, in view of the close friend ihip between Harding and Weeks, a friendship dating back into senatorial days and strengthened by close associ ation at various times since then. Sen ator Capper probably had no idea that the suggestion would be carried out now, or at any time. We can imagine that the siege of Chisf Justice Taft by the English newspaper men was not such a strenuous affair as the cable reports would make it ap pear. Ao one witn the amiability ot Chief Justice Taft would remain h durate long in Ihe face of earnest pleas for newspaper ''copy." Not that Taft is a publicity seeker. He is far from that. He would -give an inter view to please the "boys," not to ad vance his own interests or to put something across, although on occa sions Taft has been known to use the newspapers for the advancement of some ideas and ideals. His amiability has become one of the best known characteristics of the former president and present chief justice of the su preme court. After smashing into a team near St. Johnsbury, throwing out the driver and damaging the rig, the driver of a New Vork automobile tossed the brok en thill into the wagon, "remarked about the weather and "stepped on the i gas. But the law eniorcemeni aia chinery got into operation fairly promptly and parties ahead of the speeding New Yerk car got the num-i ber of the vehicle, and at Littleton, N. H., the driver was induced to re turn to the scene of tiie accident nnd make restitution. It pays to get thflj number, even if the effort is hard. When a considerable .number of such incidents of the road shall have been brought to book the highways of Ver mont will become very much more safe. Therefore, get the number if possible. ; j ! Plans for increased production in one of the large shoe manufacturing plants New ngland mus indicate either that the so-called buyers' strike is off or that the excess stocks of shoes ev erywhere are being depleted to such an extent that new production ia noc essary to meet the demand. The for mer condition was more or less chimer ical and in part a figment of the imagi nation; the latter was quite real and extensive, Therefore, it may be put down as, in all probability, the truth that tha excess supply of the nation in shoes is being exhausted and that pro duction must soon get back onto more nearly a normal basis. Over-produc tion has been a marked cause of the present depression but that stage seems to be passing. THK DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. : The action of the, Vermont Demo crats in nominating a fairly strong man and a popular man as a candidate for representative in Congress from the first district win undoubtedly re suit in a crystallization of sentiment among the Republicans of that district on a man or more man mediocre ran- bre to run for that position. Thus far there has been little enthusiasm among the Republicans of the first district over the selection of a candidate, the feeling being, apparently, that the state would soon lose one of its rep resentatives in the House and that the tenure of office by the man elected in the first district would be short, hence it wouldn't make much differ ence who was sent to Congress. That lackadaisical attitude will be shaken out of them because of the nomination by the Democrats of James E. Kenius dy of Burlington as a candidate for .the position. Mr. Kennedy is by no meant the strongest man in the state of Ver mont either as an official or as a vote getter; but he has given evidence of ability and has caused a feeling of confidence in him to" be established, which would make him a good cam pairner in a free-for-all election end against a weak Republican. The in terest of the coming state flection would, in such an event, center in tha first district, it being generally con ceded that the remainder of the tiek.it nominated at Burlington Wednesday does not have a chance to- be elected, regardless of what the Republican may do about selecting their candi date. , "Sir, your, 'at is !ere." It's the new model sen nit at three dollars and will head up to your satisfaction. - "': : a " :' It has all the quality of the imported hat ex cepting the label (and sometimes the label is a li-bel.) ii Others $4.00. from $1.25 to The Fool and His Money The old saying, "The fool and his money are soon parted," does not ap-; ply entirely to this day or generation. It has always been true and H al ways will be true so long as human exist. It has been said that mortals are all relatively foolish and there is no doubt that we all indulge in more or less folly. ' Furthermore, standards change and what ia obviously wise to-day may be absurdly foolish to-morrow. ' However, nobody has ever seriously charged that the practice of thrift is a foolish act. In fact it is the essence of wisdom for its practice necessi-. tates .thought of the morrow and fools are not giv.en to serious thought. Insure your future by opening a savings acount at this strong bank. One dollar will give you a tremendous impetus toward further 'effort. Saving in this way is simple every day, old-fashioned, wisdom unchanged- and un changeable thru the years. Peoples National Bank of Barre 4 per cent The Only National Bank in Barre 4 per cent. R3 lis Caps a captivating collection. , Palm Beach and Silk Caps $1.00 to $1.50. EAST CORINTH F. H. Rogers & Company GRANtTEVILLE CURRENT COMMENT You Mean Inasmuch as navy officers and offi cials of the navy department appar ently were firmly convinced of the in noceace of a member of the marine corps of connection with the murder of Ralph Brewster at Winchester, Mas., it is rather strange that they should have endeavored to block the efforts of the civil authorities to question the man now detained in a naval prison at Charlestown, Mass., to the extent of inisting that the euepect be examined In the naval prison and that some at tach of the naval service be present during the interrogation. An innocent man ought to be able to prove bis in nocence without being coddled to that limit. Now an official of the navy department has modified the demand of the naval authorities to the extent that the suspect will be examined by Dance at Fred Williams', Granitville Saturday nicht. Uents, 60c, ladies bring cake. adv. The readjustment committee of Rob ert Emmet court, C. O. F., will meet at E. H. Nerney's store Saturday and Tuesday nights., Members who have not had their rates, adjusted should attend one of these meeting. E. H. Nerney, chairman readjustment com mittee. W. J. Earle, who motored here frou Scheneetadv, N. Y., on Saturday, I turned to his home Sunday, accomps nied bv his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Earle, and his sister, Miss Flor ence. Miss Helen Carey, a teacher In Barvo Mass., arrived here Tuesday to spnd the summer at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Campbell and Misses Annie and Dorothy Campbell returned to Hartford, Conn., fcatur day. Mm. Henry Goodell, her son, Alto.i, and her daughter, Alherta, ot Kanrto'pli are guests of Mrs. Angus Morrison cn Pearl street. Women, Don't You .Wot People? A lot of people who would think it horribly embarrassing to have to leave a burning building in their night Wanted a Run for Hia Money, clothes woum not bat an eyeiasn at rn.i, f,m.r fW tu,intr .,nili romenading in public in a one-piece J, t 'Arf . wln v. nicked ,t out in jiffv? Why, there s a . . . . . . . . J chap in our villa tre'll pull you all over He Found Hit Limit Long Befor. That thehop for ,iXpenre.-Boston Tr,n- The rum-runner who led the officers script. a chase into Lake I hamplain was prob acy loomng tor tn tnree-miie umit. Suffering for Art'i Sake. VIRhllCUUlV .WtVllUCi, I . , .. , . , . iwsiu cue. xnauarn. im-sp new fiituvM are much too small for tou. Movie star That's why I bought hem. In our new film I've pot to vg- snt'uifh. BoMon Tran- ine omne saia it was impossioie, nei(crjpt. nan so many rnpHgemenia. Preferable Locality. A bishop was ordered bv his physi cian to epend the winter in Algiers.-) utrr intense Rev. J. F. Owens and wife arrived in town Monday afternoon from Utica, N. Y., to visit relatives and friends coming in their car. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tuttle of Haver hill, Mass., are at R. D. Rowland's. Miss Plummer and Miss Flora Cor liss are at E. B. Corliss' for the summer. Dr. Alben Young and family of Chi m . I cago, Who have been visiting inenas here, left for Newburyport, Mass., on Monday morning, where they will visit a lew day before returning to tni- cago. They spent one aay witn tneir cot.ins, the Darlings in Chelsea, while here. Dr. Young, who has not been here for 20 years, was surprised to see the improvements here and thinks we have reason to be proud of our in dustries in a place of our size. Mrs. W. IL Thompson has a niece visiting her. Miss West gate of Haverhill, N. lit has a class in music here. H. B. Clark, who is drawing pulp- wood from Topsham to Bradford by truck, ia boarding at B. P. Boyce's. There is some prospect of our having a doctor locate nere. a gooo ooctor is needed here. Miss Gladys Thompson ha two of her college mates visiting her. - The three Jackman families and th Pecks wer in Barre last week to at tend the graduation exercise at God- dard, when Lawtence Jackman grad uated. D. J. Boyoa wn in Granville visiting relatives over the week end. ' , Charles IL Matcalf 4is been quite sick with congestion of the liver the pat week. The body of Harold Fox was brought here from Manchester, N. H., for in terment in the family lot Monday aft ernoon. Among those from out of town to at tend th funeral of A. M. Bedell, were Merrell Bedell and wife of Woodsville, N. If., Mr. Belle Thompson, J. A. and H. M. Pieriion and their wives of Bradford. Owing to the rain Saturday the East Corinth-Washington ball game wa not i played. If it doea not rain thi week SalurdaT Iiermont is to com here for a game with the horn team. Here's hoping it will not rain and that Kart Corinth will win. Calm Experience. 'Why, what are you doing at a mo tor show? Thought you ha tad cars!" "So I do. But it's so nice to come here one a year and be in the midst of motors you haven't got to dodge." London Punch. " A Promising Chap. Your nephew is a young man of promise. I understand." "Ill say he is. He' already been sued twir for breach of promise. " Boston Transcript. ' . A (Legal) Tender Parting. A wife's farewell as she starts for the summer resort is usually a touch ing one. Boston Transcript. i The Longer Delayed the Better. "Tommy Jones; Does your mother know you are learning to smoke T" "No; I want it to be a surprise. Boston Transcript. Good Help In Summer, Indigestion causes worry,' nervous ness, sick headaches, biliousness, coat ed tongue, bad breath, bloatinir, gas, constipation and constant distress. Henry C. Thome, 1003 Harrisoi Ave., Boston, Mas., writes: "Since taking Foley Cathartic Tablets I feel fine." They cleanse the bowels, sweeten the stomach and invigorate the liver. Cause no pain, no neausea. Not habit form ing just ' a good, wholesome physic. Sold everywhere. adv. :' Three Good Rules A Young Man who was determined to build up a snug little fortune decided to learn' how oth ers had solved the same problems that confront- ed him. :. He found three things were necessary. First Of course, he must learn to EARN mon ey and the more he could earn the easier his suc cess would be. j Second He found that it was very important to learn to spend his money properly. It is very easy to "blow in" all a man earns. Third He found it was no trick to SAVE money if the first and second rules were ob served. Any one who knows how to EARN money and SPEND wisely will find a snug bank account easily obtained Try these rules for yourself. Quarry Savings Bank arid Trust Co. "The Personal Service Bank." QUARRY BANK BUILDING BARRE, VT. E. A. DRO WISPS Great Week End Special FRIDAY AND SATURDAY To prove to you what they will do A regular $1.00 package of Genuine Yeatt Vitamine Tablets with every package of Nuxated Iron Tablets IMPORTANT NOTICE:-Don't take Vitaminea unless yoa want to incresM your weight Vitamine Tablets (one of the most remarkable cientific discoveries of recent years) are simply wonderful for women wbo are scrawny and angular in appearance and men wbo are thin and emaciated and everyone who wants something to help increase weight and put on flesh. Where it is simply desired to rain greater strength, energy and endur ance and increase, the firmness of your flesh and tissues, we recommend that yoa take Nuxated Iron only. By helping to create millions of new red blood corpuscles, Nuxated Iron greatly helps weak, nervous and run-down people often in two weeks' time. Call at once for your free $1.00 package of Genuine Yeast Vitamine Tablets together with bottle of Nuxated Iron. Two for the Price of One $2.10 value for $1.10 "Well, mv lord," it means either Algiers or Heaven." "O. in that ease." replied the bish op, "I'll go to Algiers. Strav Sto- r - Chop Stroke Came Natural. (Jolf instructor Oh, swine the club, Giad and Sad. The graduating dave have come, the man! Swing!! Don't chop at th; ba.l I gladdest of the year. S'ot for all stu- Tbey Have Work Enough. (In slow in this hot weather and spare th hearse horses. Boston Tran script. If. If time were really money. Our lurky otsrs we'd thank. We'd save up all our leisure And with it start a bank. Boston Transcript. as if you were a butcher. Beginner Confound it, thst s what I am. Boston Transcript. juft Put One Over. Wife I threw over Tom Smartlcy for you. He was a eleTcr, sensible fel low. ' Hubby Wby, now I remember, it was Tom who introduced me. H rer tainly was too clever for me then Boeton Transcript. . dents, unfortunately. HastheClevedlan Plain Dealer put it: "These are he sad dav when then rofessor look over the examination paper and repeat th immortal alogan ff errtun. "Ibey shall not pass.' " Boston Transcript. I Respect Old Age But Watch Youth Of course, those who have rs?ed down and those who are passing down life's highway must be respected and their works considered. The men have held the world in its place. But, YOUTH is with us and he is doing things, too. He is the man of to-morrow. This bank has a great interest in Youth. In fact, all business depends upon Youth, more or less. We want his account with us, for with young men in our organization to furnish activity, and elder men to furnish experience and balance. Youth's money here has a great advantage. Be business-y and enjoy a checking account. Barre Trust Company rS-4'K E. LAG1XY. rtwteX ECWAaM) W. BISBU. nriit MCT0ft: W. tdtwa. 3mm ik C Cira. Fruk K. Uuct. r Repair work on all makes of battery done skilful ly and rea sonably. Harvey & Mower Capital Savings Bank and Trust Co. Montpclier, 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 Montpclier and State of Vermont Trrrmrs CayW.K l JUlNCHAJta. EI)WRr H- MAVTTT, tV H. JlUl l VOLHCH.M. Vlr nisi K axrrH. W c. Vt IL MAffcT r.VNTXX. I. L CALi AKAH. Protect Your Property With a Policy in the BURLINGTON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of BURLINGTON, VERMONT This Company, though not the largest, is as strong as the strongest, as good as the best. Insurance in force ....... .$10,662,176.00 Policy holders protection' . . . 1,303,636.00 Insurance at cost on either mutual or paid-up plan. Automobile fire insurance written. Prompt and satisfactory adjustment of losses. Call on DREW & LYNDE Agents for Barre, Barre City, Berlin and Orange. if . Barrel Oldest Banking Institution ITS RECORD For nearly forty years this bank has faithfully served the public. Deposits have come to it from all sections of the state of Vermont in fact, it has de positors in nearly every state in the United States and Canada. The bank is operated with but one aim in view, and , that aim is to provide a safe and serviceable depository for the general public. Upon this basis, we solicit your account. GMANITE SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Depository of tha City of Ban JOHN TROW, President Girls and Savings The Bank has something to offer which adds to the attractiveness of any girl. Love, beauty and winsomeness cannot of course be stated in terms of money But the habit of thrift, the love of sim plicity, and the absence of extravagance which the Savings habit gives to a girl do much to insure the permanence of her attractiveness. The First National Bank MONTPELIER, VT. r How the Youngsters Do Like Sandals And how fast they run through a pair when they're playing full tilt all day long. It helps some though to know that our Sandals hold out longer than ordinary ones. It's be cause they are made of tough leather and stitched very strongly. Get the youngsters each a pair before you take them to the coun try. You can imagine how Sandals are going to save better hoes. Rogers' Walk-Over Boot Shop Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Montpelier, Vt. NINETY-FIFTH TEAS Insurance in Force $129,158,841.00 Premium Notes in Force . . . $12,973,331.00 Gash Assets $430,000.00 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 r?7 McAllister & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange 1 II i... Automobile Insurance J. W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, 'PHONE 3 ML MEOWS PIlows Good Feather Pillows One Dollar Each LET US SHOW YOU A. W. Badger & Co. Csfenatw mm4 Ur-4 tntalwn; f-mtmX Attorn to T Wr-.TL 4T-W A NEW AND UP-TO-DATE AUTO AMBULANCE