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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1022.
For June Brides and , Prospective Brides We have decided to continue for this 1 ,week the same bargains and discounts we were offering oh the Three Bargain Days. Avail yourself of this opportunity, for ow ing to the bad weather of the last few days, We believe young people from the outlying i towns have not had half a chance. : ' Setting outs will be delivered and set up , in your homes. ' Marriage licenses will not be required. $ We are headquarters for Bed Room, Din-, jng Rooni and Living Room Suites. In Rugs, Linoleum and Wall Paperthe best showing in Vermont. v- B.W. Hooker & Go. UNDERTAKERS BESf UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE 6ERVICB ' City rate him hon-drlTHi ambulance t diaUnc calls at rearanabla ' Una. Talcphan 7-W. . t4 c Always t First to Give the Public What it Wants. ' TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN, -J Bugs-Worms-Fungus Antidote Paris Green, Arsenate of Lead, ' Blue Vitriol, Bug Death, Bordeaux t - Mixture. We can supply at the right prices. 2iN.B. Phelps Crijas PHONES 28-29 v ICE CREAMS I HAVE MET v Ice creams that were cold and well frozen and looked fine; had a flavor not unappealing also; but they were impurewere made up with corn starch, "eg" powder, gelatine, artificial flavoring and col oring. BUT ANOTHER CREAM-THE KIND WE SELL AT OUR FOUNTAlNrich, pure and delicious, full butter fat cream and milk, pure flavor and pure sugar. You? Make your own choice. STRAWBERRY VANILLA LEMON CREAM SHERBET MAPLE WALNUT Drown's Drug Store Tel. 630631 A new arrival of hats at Mrs. Bir nics, 4 Laurel street. adv. , For plumbing anfl heating, call Jams MCJbeoct, 123 Orange street. Tel 8Z3-W, adv. , Received fresh, Foes chocolates, also Pajre & Shaw's, at Drown's Drug store. adv. The Gatusi campflre girls will meet Friday night at, 7:30 at the home of ttazei Stewart. 'E. R. Fletcher, a well known Wood burr quarrier, was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Howard Ransey and Dana Kherwin 01 Burlington arrived in the city to aay on a toner business trrp. W. H. Gale of Wellington street te- turned to the city yesterday from Springfield, Mass., where he has been on a short business trip. J. Wilson Dodd of the Presbrey-Le land company left to-day for Hartford, uonn., on a short business trip in the interests of the concern. , Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson of Canaan, N. H., are passing a few days at the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. P. Hinman, of Hill street. Carnival postponed. Owing to condi tions the Knight of Columbus carnival and mardi gras has. again been post ponea to .Saturday, July I. adv. Douglas M. Barclay of Frankl'n st reet has returned to his home in this city after winning the state trapshoot ing contest in Rutland this week. , Mr. and Mrs. Bradford C. Pateh of Boston are passing a - week with friends in this city. Mr. Tatch is con nected with the firm of Cook 4. Wat kins here. Miss Josephine Lucchinna of Cot tage street returned home to-day from Northampton, Mass,, where she has been attending Smith college during the past year. Mr. and air Ulmer r. bmith of oa Merchant .street returned last eve nine from Vinal Haven, Me., where they have been passing a two weeks' visit with relatives. A motor party, consisting of L. W. and Edward Marble, Edward McGuirk, H. Cummings and , Harry McCue of Windsor, passed yesterday and to-day in this city visiting friends. Come and see the bargains in bar- onette silk, embroidered voiles and em broidered organdies in white and varied colorst. The Little Dry Goods store, Cottage street, off North Main. adv. Warren Trace, a salesman for -he firm of Littlejohn, Odgers A - Milne, who has been passing a week at the company's office in this city, left yes terday for his home in Zanesville, U. Remember that to-morrow night at 8 o'clock Miss Lillian Roberts is to give a dramatic recital in the Meth odic church. She 4' ill be assisted by Hildreth F. Martin, soloist. Price, 2.5c. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cole, who we.e married last week in New York City ami who have been passing a few days at the home of Mr. Cole's mother n this city, left to-day for their homj in New York. Bankrupt shoe stock, $5,000 worth just arrived, to be sold at great sacrifl -e beginning Thursday at Barre Bargain store. Shoes for 19c, 39c, 50e, 80c, 9Rc, $2.10, $3.19 and $5.08 a pair. Buy for the entire family. adv. Macgregor'a golf clubs are the best, complete assortment at Drown's Drug store adv.- " Charles Movalli oi Center street has gone to Quincy, Mass., Where he has lound employment. The monthly meeting of the Red Cross will be postponed from July a to July to. The K. H. class hike ha been post poned until weather condition are more favorable. James Young of Warren street re turned last night, after attending the commencement exercises at Dartmouth. Henry Bisson of Beckley street re turned home last night, havinr finished his third year at Bowdoin college. Brunswick, Me. Mis Faustina Maker of Washington street left to-day for Pawtucket, R. I., where she will pass the summer visit ing with relatives. . Cajnival postponed. Owing to condi tions the Knight of Columbus carnival and mardi gras lias again been post poned to ."Saturday, July i. adv. Miss Helen Carey arrived in this city yet4tflay on her way to Granileville rmBarre, Mass., where she had en gaged during the past year as a teach er. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Houehton left this morning for Boston, where they ill visit friends for two weeks. They win also visit jn vvaltham and Shel- bume, Mass. ' Throw away your crutches, use Rheuma and walk without rheumatic paina aad stiffness, says E. A. Drown. local agent for this great rheumatism remedy. adv. Frank Chalmers of Websterville was in the city to-day bidding goodbye to friends before leaving on the noon train for Becbe Junction, P. Q., where he has secured employment. . TALK OF THE TOWN The residence of H. M. Wbeeler on Division street was the scene of an attempted robbery last night. About a clock, Air. Wheeler, hearing a noise, went out to investigate and found two men trying to remove the screen from one of the windows of the house. He promptly took after them but they escaped. He was unable to identity either of the men. H." S. j Parks of the Massachusetts Mutual Insurance company, W. , A. Drew and Mayo Lynde of the concern of Drew and Lvnde, together with Agents Biszoforo, Campbell. Gallagher and McDonald and Manager Beaupre of the Metropolitan insurance, offices here, left to-day for Burlington to attend the meeting of Vermont underwriters and the sales congress being held there. Andrew Baird of Waitufield is work ing during the summer for the if. D. t'nelps Co. The Red Cross nurse will hold a baby conference at the Community house en Friday, June 23, from 2 to i Mrs. Cora Martin and son, Newton returned last night from Boston, where they have been snendinsr the nast few days. . Charles Arnholm, jr., of South Main street celebrated his fifth birthday yes terday with a party for ten of his boy and girl friends. ,,, Miss Ratherine Martin and Miss El sie Morrison, who have been attending Dartmouth college commencement, re turned home to-day. The nurses of the Barre City hospital wish to thank all those who helped in any way to make their lawn party the success that it was. . Master Jack . Wheatbn of Ayers street underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils at the Barre City hospital this morning. Amos Fargent of East Barre was op erated on at the City hospital this morning for appendicitis. At present he is reported as being very ill. Two cars containing the Boston & Maine bridge gang drew into the sta tion last night. They will repair the culvert which is behind Jones Bros.' sheds. SENTENCES FOR THREE MEN (Continued from first page) Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ladd returned to day, after attending the commencement exercises at Smith college, their daugh ter, Miss Freda Ladd, being one of the graduates. .. " Mrs. Julia Richardson of Jefferson street passed the 80-year mark yester day, many of her friends calling on her to offer her congratulations. Mrs. Richardson is in excellent health. pose of the law, and the confessed guilt of the boys, told of what should be done with them in regard to the of fense, but Baid that he would be lenient and give the boys just enough to teach them a lesson. Moran received a sen tence of not less than one year nor more than four years at the house of correction in Windsor. Kelley was sen tenced to not less Than 18 months nor more than five years in the same place. Raycraft received a still heav ier sentence of not less than 20 months nor more than five years in the same place. All were sentenced to pay costs. Another Assault Case. Joseph Herboso of North Main street who was arretted on a charge oi i breach of the peace, was arraigned be fore Judge, Scott yesterday. Herboso pleaded guilty to the offence and was sentenced to pay a fine of $10 and costs amounting to $8.8. : TWO BARRE ACCIDENTS Have Been Reported to , the Secretary of State. WATERBURY WOODBURY CENTER Boy's Leg Broken by Colliaion with Auto Parked Car Obstructed View. Fred Backus, jr., who received a broken leg when the - car of J. E. Booth of Burlington struck him Tues day afternoon i resting comfortably I. He is the! 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Backus and had just jumped off a team near his home. Another car parked was thought to have obstructed the view for both boy and driver of the car. The large Cadillac was moving slowly and Mr. and Mrs. Backus at tach no blame to Mr. Booth. The young fellow wa taken into the Wallace Drug store and , Dr. Bidwell summoned and later he was removed to his home. E. J. Rutter, optometrist, will be in town Saturday, June 24. Leave orders at postoffice. adv. J DRY WOOD Hardwood Slabs at $3.50 make an excellent sum mer wood. Limb Wood at $3.75. Second growth Wood at $4.00 and $4.50. All sizes of High Grade Coal. Calder & Richardson Phone 450 Ear1:' ST. We Have Caught Fresh Fish For You' i CHICKEN HALIBUT, lb .........35c i HADDOCK and COD, whole fish, per lb .ISc CUSK,per lb .......18c S WHITEFISH, per lb ...18c j FLOUNDERS, per lb 10c ! MACKEREL, per lb :. ; 23c SALMON, per lb 35c j SHAD, per lb FINE FINNAN HADDIE, per lb 18c Clams for steaming. Boiled Lobsters Alive. Tiie.W.D. Smith Company, Inc.! Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson, for mer residents of this city, who have been passing a 10 davs' visit with friends here, left yesterday for Pitts- field, Mass., to pass a few days before returning to their home in Fiqua, 0. George Cleary, John Ruell and Dana L. Spencer arrived here yesterday from Burlington to make final preparations for the big mardi eras at Interritv park, but owing to the wet grounds the carnival was nut off again to July 1. Advertising letters from German Arms are reaching this city regularly, advertising German jewelry, liquors and other materials and quoting the local buyers good prices on such arti cles. Very few of these letters ever receive enough consideration from lo cal dealers to be read over. The steady downpour of rain for sev eral days left Intercity park in such i condition that the management of the Knights of Columbu carnival and mardi gras derided to again postpone the affair, this time until Saturday, July I. This is the second noMpone ment, theoriginal date of showing hav ing been last Saturday. Frienda in this city will be interest ed to learn that "Kddie" McGinnis, a former Goddard man, has been clewed next captain of the University of Ver mont baseball team on whk-h he played first base this year. This if the second Goddard captain in two years, Bennie Tryon having served in that capacity this year. A number of young friend and schoolmates of Miss Mary Blarkmore of Pleasant street gathered at her home latt evening to surprise her on her 15th birthday anniverasry. Games of many kinds were played and the evening passed very pleasantly. The young hostess was presented a sub stantial gift by her friends and re sponded feelingly for it. Refreshments were served during the evening and the party broke up, wishing her many happy returns of the day. Everett Hood, well known locally as a traveling scissors grinder and umbrella mender, did his dsily good turn to-day. A bore belonging to a local milkman by the name of Web ster, managed to slip the bit from its mouth and, having a free rein, etartrii up Main street at a fair rate of speed. Taking in the entire situation at a glance, Mr. Hood, without the slight est compunction, stepped into th street and grasped the snorting- steed by the nostrils as it passed, holding it thus until the iron could be inserted le tween its jaws sjrain. Receiving th thanks of the driver and. happy in .he thought of a good deed done, Mr. Ho-d continued on his way. Under Compulsion. He But I asked you, dearest, to keep our engagement a secret for the present. J hhe I couldn t Help it. mat nate- ful ,Ella Sharpe said the reason I wasn't married was because no fool had proposed to me, so I told her you had- Boston Transcript. Miss Lula Anair of The Record staff was successfully operated upon for ap pendicitis ata the Heaton hospital Wednesday morning. William Parks still remains at home. Old friends here as they greet him are glad to see bis improved condition. Good news comes from Mrs. Charles Allen, who is at the Pittsford sana torium. Mr. and Mra. Harry Irish and chil dren were guest of Mr and Mrs. Wal ter Irish this week. In spite -of the weather, a jolly! party gathered at the borne ot Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Hills. Wednesday. th occasion being the meeting of the Dor- ess society of the South Duxbury church. Fordyce W, Jackson of Barre reports that his car, driven by Mrs. Ij. M. Jackson, who is just learning to drive, ran into a pole in Barre on June 20 The car is a Ford sedan. Kelly A Nelson of Barre were the owners and Harold L. Watson the oper ator of a car which was involved in i collision with a car driven by a man named Patterson of Hartford, Conn., on June 18 between MiddletowrwConn., and Warehouse Point. Conn. The col lision was head-on, ail -resulted in the smashing of both fro I fenders, aprons and running boards on both cars and a rear wheel' on one car. Mr. Patterson injured one shoulder. S. D. Borash of Sheldon reports that he was run out of the road on June 20 on the way to St. Albann and struck a cement guard, doing considerable damage to hie car. Paul N. Fansler of Fort. Ethan Allen reports striking a team in Milton on June 16. He dkl not know the driver's name. . Heber W. Taft of Huntington reports that his car was struck by an electric car in Eafex Junction June 21. David B, Norton of Bristol reports a small accident June 21. - Henry E. Pelkey of North Benning ton report that on June 1! as be was driving over Searsburg mountain, he skidded over an embankment, but was able to right the car and drive it home. H. B. Eldred of Burlington reports that he was run info by a Ford de livery truck driven by a boy named Gomo and owned by C. L. Gomo. El dred'a car is owned by. O. W. Harris. Homer Champagne of Grand Iie re-J porU that Richard Martell ran into his car with a horse and wagon, doing about $100 damage to the ear. 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. Nash Co. "The Daylight Store" Successors to. Adams Co. On sale in our Bargain Basement. Inexpensive Curtains and ;.49 a t pair Five styles plain marquisette with 'wide hemstitched hem--scrim with medallion corners, hemstitching, and edged with cluny lace scrim with tucks, hemstitching and cluny lace edge scrim with hemstitching and wide filet lace insertion. .. MONTPEL1ER A Poor Combination. A brief commencement story is told about the governor or llsme wno, while addressing the students at Bos ton college, said, "Your spacious cam pus with its beautiful garbage of green," etc. Evidently he started to say "garment," then switched off onto "herbage," but the combination that resulted was hardly a happy one. Boston Transcript. , be r W. M Special romm'tnicatkin of Granite lodpe. No. F. k A. M , Friday, June 2- at 7:30 p. m. Work, M. L dp pree. A delegate from Mad River lodge of Wait.field will resent. Keiresnmenis. tier order A Gramid Opening Sale- Saturday in our new quarters at 325 No. Main St. we are offer ing the following goods at these extremely low prices: Tires We are offering the following at a 15 discount 50 30x3 Tires. 4 32x314 Goodrich Cords. 4 32x3i2 Goodrich Fabric. 2 32x312 Firestone Fabric 1 32x3i Penn. Fabric. 2 32x3io Penn. Cord. 1 32x3Vo Racine Cord. 1 32x4io Firestone Fabric 1 32x4t Goodrich Fabric. 4 32x4 y Penn. Card. 4 32x4VL Firestone Cord. Entire stock of Tubes. 1 32x4 12 Goodrich Fabric. 3 33x4 Goodrich Cord. 1 34x412 Goodrich Cord. 2 35x4 12 Goodrich Fabric. 1 33x4 Goodrich Cord ribbed. 2 32x4 Goodrich Fabric. 1 32x4 Diamond Cord. 2 32x4 Goodrich Cord. 1 32x4 Firestone Cord. 3 32x4 Penn Cord. 5 33x4 Goodrich Fabric. 3 33x4 Penn. Fabric. Miscellaneous Supplies Luggage Carriers $1.50. Electric Horns $3.50. 20 Discount on the Following Goods Blue Books. Seat Covers. Closed Cars Sun Curtains. Radiator Cement. Gas-O-Guage. Wind Deflectors. Williams' Accelerators. Brake Lining. Gill Rings. Burd Rings. Valve Lifters. Shellac. Speedometers, Spark Plugs. Stop Lights. Wrenches. Snubbers. Shock Absorbers. Jacks. Pumps. A regular mating .f the Women of Moe hrt legion wi'l l beld in the K f P. hall Thursday eenirs at 7 n'ckxk s'larp. In 'tis tio. Fntrt)rtrtni rA refresh sant fir to!) Mem- And all other accessories including Mobile Oils. A souvenir with every purchase. Perry Automobile Co. 325 No. Main St,. Barre, Vt. General H. T. Johnson, who is at Camp Devens, attending the officers' school, writes in high terms of the quality ofT- the officers who are at tending the schools, but more especial ly does his letter refer to the service company's delegation which went from Montpeiier. . They made 125 miles the first day and from Keene, H., to Camp Devens drove over almost im passable roads, making the trip with out accident. City Grand Juror John H. Stone and Acting Chief of Police Edward Sloun yesterday . destroyed four gallons of sour wine and grappa obtained m a raid on the p'cnMses of H. C'ueto a week ngo last Saturday night. Bernard Mills has re'.u-ne! to Iim home here from the University of Ver mont' to pass the summer vacation. Joseph N. Willeutt. of Boston ar rived in the city yesterday to inspect final work on the new National Life building. G. B. Cornwall of Burlington was in the city yesterday. j State Treasurer W'altter F. Scott of; Brandon arrived in the city yesterday for the board of control meeting to day. --. Geoge T. Deavitt of Springfield. Mass., who attended the reunion of his class at the commencement exercises of . the University of Vermont last week, is visiting relatives in the city. J. L. Davis of the state engineer's department has returned from an in spection of bridges in Franklin and Chittenden counties. H. I Madigan, a graduate of Nor wich unversity this year, has started employment in the state engineers of fice. A. D. Bishop and F. W. Garran of , the state engineer's department left to-day for Huntington-' to inspect bridge . construction. The Dog River Valley fair will be held at Northfield September 19, 20 and 21, this year according to word received at the othce ot me state de partment of agriculture. George T. Colby of Williamstown is president of the fair. VV. C. Middlebrook of isorth field, secretary and Emmett Clark of Northficld, treasurer. Mra. Nellie Pine was in Burlington yesterday. C James Gitchell has gone to Bethlehem, N. H., to visit relatives for a week. V. R. Jones of the state department of agriculture and F. J. Miller, one of the state creamery inspectors, at tended the creamerv picnic at West Topsham to-day. The picnic was a community affair under the direction of County Agent Dwinell of Orange county. L. V. Beeson of Washington, D. C, official photographer for the U. 8. bureau of animal industry, and Dr. A. J. DeFossett, inspector in charge of bovine tuberculosis eradication left to day to take pictures of tuberculosis free accredited herds. One of the herds a visited was the Holstein herd col lected by the late Dr. Watson Wasson at the state hospita 1 at Waterbury, Mr. Beeson arrived on Wednesday. Elizabeth M. Stimson has sold to H. W. Denio and wife her home plat at 7 First avenue for a consideration of about $4,800, and the deed has been filed with the city clerk. Jury was to be drawn at two o'clock this afternoon to try the case ol State - vs. Perley Hall of Berlin for violating a regulation of the state board of health in regard to fishing in Berlin pond, the Montpeiier water sup ply source. Dr. C. H. Burr, district health officer, made an order prohibit ing fishing in the pond last summer, and theh pond waa posted, the notice prohibiting ilshing and bathing, Mr. Hall was arrested on a warrant issued by State's Attorney; Fred B. Thomas about June 28, last yearr..with about seven others by Officer Frank Baldwin. The prosecution of the case is now in the hands of State's Attorney Charles B. Adams and will be tried in Mont peiier city court before City Judge F. L. Laird. (Sheriff F. H. Tracy served subpoenas on state witnesses this morning. Mr. Hall was represented by .1. Ward Carver and Ea.rle R. Davis of Barre lust year. ik Times Classified loins TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WAN"TED-Ther U a rood onminj in th Midrtia West for a cood tool harpenr , who tuv soma initiative and can lit in part of th ersaniution by takinr cars of motor and do general blark.fnith work In . retail monument! riant. 44 hrs. per vrr'k : open shop; address "M. W. care of The! Times. UttS I WANTED Girl for renerat housework; Mra. AnCoine Burke. 117 Summer atrvet. Tel. M4-T. MU LOST Weodeadajr. Moore'a non-lea.kahla fountain pen; rinoer pieaae Drina to me Timea offlca. Ml IF THE PERSON who" haa the pair of red roKary brad with the name of Anna tar- roll on the rraea will brine them to Sum mer atreet tnev witt reeeive -wnovner pair in return aa thejr were valuable aa a rerp aake. Mtf i TO RENT Kour or Ave room furniahed I t enfurniahed apartment, with mralera rorvenimcca : centrally located ; write to: M." care Time orhca. Mtf MISS GRACE PARRY will Uke puoila in piano, theory and harmony : anyone ale- j irwt tp etudr prone 8B-w or call 14 1 Kkhaxdaon atreet. 84t4 1 Offers an Inexpensive Service in Advertising Your Wants, What You x Have to Sell, Or Exchange, Or to Rent Try An AdvJ in The Times First Arrivals Seems if it wasn't so., right from New York. But we have Swordfish SWORDFISH, steak, lb ........ . ............. 50c HALIBUT, steak, per tb : 40c COD, steak, per It) ...20c HADDOCK, steak, per lb . 20c HADDOCK, all boneless, per lb... ...25c FLOUNDERS, per lb ...15c SALMON, Eastern, lower, per Tb 40c MACKEREL, all sizes, per lb ,25c Lobster, large, medium and small, lb 50c Cod Bits, Cod Strip, Salt Mackerel, Salt Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Smoked Herring. Pickled Onions, pint 35c THE F. D. LADD CO.