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THE BARRE J3AILY TIMES, BAIIBE, yTv: TUESDAY, JUVY 18, 1022.
5 TALK OF THE TOWN Chinese Sea Grass Furniture Special Sale and Prices , This is the: nicest furniture for the home, camp, piazza and lawn. Very com fortable and durable. Tables chairs Rockers - Come in early and make your selection. Chairs and rockers to match. The prices are right. B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATB MOTOR AMflUtANCE . SERVICE City rata hm u hri-driTm m)nliinci fjufctpe call at reamaabU t Una. Telphen I7-W. ' - 1 Alwaya t First to Give the Public What it Wants. r - '.. mN.d, Phelps Co, jg We are1 showing as SPECIALS ,the following. Canning and Preserving equipment "Iron Horse" Cold Pack Canners, Wire Can Holders. White Enamel and Aluminum Preserving Ket tles in sizes and at prices to suit your needs. Tunnels, Strainers and Spoons. Examine our goods before you purchase. 'PHONES 28-29, Barre, Vt. ROXBURY 4 daughter was lorn recently t Heaten hospital, Montpelier, tn Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Manning. Miss Fannie Haseltine, a representa tive of the Christian Endeavor union nd Vermont Bible society was in town for a few days in the interests of those societies and spoke' "at the C. E. meeting Sunday ey'enhig. x J. W. Thorington,, Mrs. fiowle? and Mrs. D. L. Nichols were business vis itors in Montpelier and Nortlifleld on . Monday.' Mrs.. York returned home from Windsor Monday. She hag been with her daughter, Mrs. Susan Flynn, for a time. Mr, and Mrs. Flynn are the parents of a baby girl. H. A. Howe, Miss Carrie Howe, Mrs. B. A. Howe and Ira Flint motored to Montpelier Sunday and railed on relatives. ' Mrs. Stanton and Miss Stanton mo tored to Randolph recently. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fink of Spring field, Mass., have been guests of his Bjother, Mrs. Flak. Tracy Ray and wife have been call ing on friends here the past few days, motoring here from, their home. Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Roys took ona of 'the girl from tha camp to the Randolph sanatorium, she having the misfortune to break an arm. i J. B, Kidder was in Isle La Motte I the first, of the week in the interest of the Vermont Marble company. Mr. Wilkinson of the Nye Motor company was in town recently for that company, ..... M,r. and Mrs. A, E. Plastridge, with ineir aaugnier ana momer 01 .oriH field, were callers in the place one eve niftg during the week. -JI. A. Ifowe, Miss Carrie Howe, Mrs B. A. Howe and Ira Flint were 'n Ran dolph Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hpauldins and daughter, Marv, motored to Bradford Sunday to visit Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Denney and family. HARDING'S TROUBLES INHERITED Were Handed Down From Previous Administration, Says Willis. ' Jerney City, N. J., July 18. Presi dent Hardings present flituculttes with the coal and railroad strikes are troubles '"inherited" from the Wifson administration in some respects, Sen. tor Willis, Republican, Ohio, declared in an address here last night be for the Hudson county Republican club. "Not only have the present unfor tunate industrial troubles come to President Harding," said Senator Wil lis, as the ripened, bitter and certain fruitage of mistaken policies in the past but on March 4, 1921, there was handed to him the most tangled, dis organised wreck in governmental af fairs that was ever presented by one administration to another. Drinks that refresh, ' and leave pleasant taste. Barre Drug Co. adv. G. Belvjlle of Manchester, N. H., was a business visitor in the eity yester day. , '.! E, A.' Kurham of Rutland arrived in the city yesterday for a. short business VjSlI, ,. i Blaine Martin of Plalnfield was in tb,B city yesterday on a short business Jqhp p, Walker of New li&vcn, Cpgjj., was a business visitor tn the city yes terday.'., , T, F. moth of Newpuryport. Mass., is passing several days in this vicinity A wide variety of frozen dishes and. etild drinks can be had at. the Barre Drug pQ---ady. Charias 0. Kenyon tf Burlington passed the week end at hia home en Franklin street here. . ..V Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Macrae of this city left , tt-dgy for Burlington on a short visit with friends.. D, F, McLean of Cabot -passed, the evening jn ths city yesterday while, in tljis seetipn pfl business, Mrs. George Walker of this pity left yesterday for a visijj with relatives in Leeds and Sherbrooke, P. Q. Mrs. George Straiton of this eity is passing a short visit with relatives in New Brunswick) her former home. . All ladies who left fruit jars at the hospital Bag day Wildly all for same this week, as they are to ba sold. Mrs', li, O, Morier and Mae and Alcide MarteJ of, gt. Cesaire, P. Q., an passing a few days jn the cify with friends Allan Johnston of Blackwel street passed the week end with friends Wbitefteld, Nt H., returning tft the, eity yesteraay. . , , . Nelson Brown, who has been play ins ball with the Newport team, re turned to the eity yesterday for a visit at Bis home. Henry Romany, John Pirovano and ARtenio Kossi, granite dealers or Mil frd, N, II., are passing .a few days' visit with friends in this city. - CnartesxIIoyt, who acts as baggage master on the local Central Vermont train, has resumed his duties, after passing a short vacation in Sherbrooke, r. u. . Maocabees, attention! Regular meet ina of Harmon review, No 1, will be held Wednesday evening at :3Q o'clock. Social hour and refresh menta, - Cards announcing the engagement of Miss Bella Dugsley of Old Orchard, Me., to Ralph George, son of Mr. and Airs. R.- C. George of South Main street, have been teeeived. Miss Ruth pord of Concord, N. II., who has been passing a few days at the home of Mrs. Mary Watkins ef Hummer street, a relative, returned to her home yesterday. Eat more ice cream. Take home package or (top in and have a dish. It's splendid food and gives new Jife these muggy days. Insist on Kreamy kream at Barre Drug Co. adv. Misa Glee Wood, Ann Brown and Helen Anna, all of thin city, have re turned, home, after passing an extend ed visit at the home of Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Hinmsn of Burlington. The Red. Cross will sell Ice cream and cake and ice cream cones on band concert night Tuesday, , July 18, t the Legion grounds to raise money to carry on the Red Cross work in Barre. Free j community movie at City Square park Wednesday evenkg, July 19, at 8 o'clock, featuring Douglas Fair banks in "The Americano.' Also a still picture story of the organisation and attractions to ippearat the Barre Chau tauqua oi July H 'iv. Everybody wel come.- ad. TALK OF THE TOWN Keep cool! Visit the s,pJa fountain at the Barre Drug Co. adv. George L. Pray of Danville was a business visitor in the city yesterday Dance, Camp Comfort, Calais, Ihurs 20. Rivuli Bros., Melody Swimming Tubes $1.75 These tubes are made of the best rubber obtainable by the Goodyear Rubber Co. Each tube has a safety valve, which makes it impossible for the air to escape from the tube. Protect the boys and girls with one of these swim ming Tubes. We also have complete assortments of JJath ing caps, 75q and up. 4 Drovn s Drug Store Tel. 630 631 . s i w -Tim I i is 1 liii!hl;jSiiviisil Ijliii about your oil stove. Uie our MAGNET KERO SENE OIL from The Valvolene Oil Co. Thii ii the very best oil we can buy. You will notice the difference, no smoke or odor after turning wick down. Try it. 5 gallon lots 95c The IV. D. Smith Company, Inc. Irving St. John, who has born en gaged until this week a 'surrey driv er for the Hotel Barre to meet all trains for th purpose ef bringing guests to the bote), has completed his duties. Mr. tit. John stated ta-day that ha would leave shortly for Boston, where he lias secured employment as a caretaker ln one of the large; racing stables in that vicinity. A large truck belonging to the Pres brey-Leland company arrived in the city to-day from Hartford, Conn., hav ing started on its long journey yester day. The vehicle, which itself weighs over live and wne-nslf tone, was in charge' of two men and carried a com plete equipment for setting monuments. A loai of monuments to be set up in Plymouth, X. H., will be secured at the local plant of the company and taken to that place. Barre fans will have another chance to see the Vincitia club team in action to-morrow afternoon when they line up against Kast Barre for a return game at Lincoln campus. The first game started at East Barre had to be called on account nf rain but fair weather to morrow rfill prove which team is supe rior. The Vincitia team has been strengthened since it plmyed thegion nd with "Doc" Tomasi, former Tufts college star in the bos, and Brown or Marchetti behind the bat a good game Is aesured. Calderara and Dr. Avery have also been secured for the line up. The game is called at 4:90 and no ad mission is charged. ay, July Boys.iradv Florence Provenger of Laurel street was operated on at the City hospital this morning. The ideal place tq get your eoo drinks and frozen delicacies is tll! Barre Drug Co. adv. L. P. Clough of Nelson street left to-day for Averill lake, where he will spend week's vacation. ; Mrs. Eva Higgs and eon, Wilfred, left to-day for a visit in Kewbmy and pqints in New Hampshire. , v Mrs. Peter Birnie of Highland ave nue left this morning for Worcesler, Mass., where she will visit relatives for iwo weeks. :, , Benjamin Pres t in i of Short street, who was injured in a motorcycle aoci dent a few months ago, left the City hospital last night. ' v" ' Maccabees, attention! The Maeca bees Will hold their picnic at Benja min falls, if pleasant. Thursday, AH who can are asked to take the .Hi 15 car, ' ' Just received, checked ginghama for dresses, incnes wine, v iuw (iura) alaa liasket weave for dresses. Little Dry Goods store, Cottage Btreet, off North Main. adv. Miss Alice Buzzi of this city is tak ing her annual vacation from her du ties at Shea's Hhoe store and left to. day for Northfleld for a week, aeeom panied by Mrs. K. .Nolli. , Jplin. E. 3Jayhew and daughter and Charles Birnie, all of, Worcester, Mass-, retufne4 there to-day, .after visiting fit a few days at th honte of Peter Birnie of Jligjilani avenue. Mrs. Edward Burke of Norton Mills, who, with her son, has been passing a short time at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ?ftraes omart, f Central street, returned home to-day. What every woman wants Beauti ful hair, radiantly lustrous and free from dandruff. Ak E. A. Drown for Parisian Page and your hair worries will pease. It's gutwanteed.ad.v- . Lee H; hepard of Taunton, Mass., a former resident of this city, arrived here yesterday for a' week'a visit with friends and relatives in the locality. Mr, tthepard is now employed in a clothing establishment in that city. Free community , movies at City Square park, Wednesday evening, July 10, at d e clock, featuring Uouglas tan - banks in "The Americano." Also a still picture story of the organization and attractions tn appear at tha Barre rhaa- taumia pn July 24 P- fcverypody wel come. adv. STATE HOUSE NOTES. Commissioner of Industries Starts .Out On Tour for Accident Cases. J. Buttles, ; commissioner of in dustries, left on Mqnday from Brandon iu iiea r .acciqant compensation cases at Manchester to-day, Benninirton, to morrow, Wilmington, on Thursday and Middlubury on Friday. Miss Kenzie, secrettiry of . the commission, joined "iui a xsranrton vesterda v. At Man chester the case to be hard is Leon Coleman vs. H. O. Starks. At Benning ton, the cases to-ba heard are Agnes y jlson vs Pownal Lime company. Nes tor Luokc, va Intrnationaf Nitrogen company, James McGrath vs. H. T. Cushman company, Pbillipo Del Sig ners' vs. Julm MuCusker, and Robert tjwain vs. Samuel Shapiro. -The Wil mington eases are John Cavalina vs. Rallji) Contsruction company 1 and Santo Vassalar against1 the same com pany, The Middlebury case is F, K. Lary vs. Hertonia Power comnanv. If. P, Sheldon, state fish and game ctimnussioner, went to-day to Milton to visit Warden Ldson Isham at the state bird, eanctuary in Milton, The work o.f ehiaring the land ef brush and fallen trees is going on and a cover orop of buckwheat has been planted in connection with the plan of transfer ring the state pheasant hatchery at Bt. Albans to, Milton. If the .cover prop comes up well, the hatchery, wjiich, it in charge of William Morrill, will be moved. .. - ; ; H. A, Bremer of the state depart ment' of agriculture will visit .goutli pcacham, Groton, CTielsea, and Vil lif mstown this week on cow test work. Marshall H, Alexander, has been appointed a justice of the peace in Bt. A Ibans to suceeed Hiram P. Dee, deceased. A car driven bv fl. J. Unrao ir r Boston, Mass. and the Kutland Bennington. stage, driven by a Rut land man named jasmin were involved in. an accident near the south end of Emerald lake, n East Dorset on July 15, both cars being considerably dam aged, according in a, ppport to the secretary of state. Mprae'a car was coming out of a private drive onto the main road when the bus carrying nine passengers approached' - apparently from his Ieft.j He saw it and drove straight across the road to avoid a col lision. The bus turned into the right hand bank and tipped over as if struck Morse's car. A' vine covered fence at the corner obstructed the view until I the Morse car came iut on the road No one was injured. Contest GLORIA SWANS0N OUT OF IT, film Star Not Concerned jn Over $100,000 Will. Los Angeles, Cab, July 18. !!orja. Swanson "does, not enter iutq this case in any degree," eounssi tor the defense told the jury hearing the con test over , tne will pi . JUattnaw j. Bums, sboe merchant, who left the bulk of his $100,000 estate to 'lis wid- ow, the mother of the film actress. Allegations were made by Burps relatives that Miss Swanson had con spired with her mother to eflfjot Enrns' marriagfl' to the latter and draw a will in her favor. MAY CANCEL FRENCH DEBT 50 And Seduce German Indemnity to Billioa Marks. Paris, July 18. (By the A. P I, The return to Paris to-day or to-morrow of Hir John Bradbury from London, where he has been conferring with Prime Minister Lloyd George and other British government oiiiwals ;s expected to give considerable impetus to a plan for a new reparations settle ment involving the cancellation of the French debt to England and the reduc tion of the German indemnity t fifty billion gold marks. . ; v EAST BARRE Q Regular meeting Wuchosen tribe. No. I. O. R. M, on Th day evening at 7:.V). members invited to present. of 19, Thurs- All to be Mrs. Rosa Brusa, who pleade4 not guilty to a disclosure and liquor seiz ure at her home on Granite street some time ago, came into city court yester day afternoon and changed her pleg to one of guilty, hhe was given a fine of $300 and paid costs of -5 44. The empty calcium - chloride cans which have been piled along tha streets as tney were emptied or ineir contents were put to a good use this morning. A eeetion of tha newly-completed swimming pool dam , went out last night when not entirely complete and tha cans were moved to tha pool to day to be filled with earth and stones to close the breach in the structure. Between 20 and 30 cans were used ta do 1 the job. , A. party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. William Bradbury of Topeka, Kan., and Miss Ruby Bradbury of Washing ton street, together With John Mitchell of Wcbsterville, returned yesterday from a week's visit at Joe's pond. Mr. and Mrs. Bradbury recently eame hers at visit at the home ef bis mother. after an absepre from the city of near ly 15 years. It i told by members of the Barre Golf club that the "dog on the hill," which the automobilist discovered when driving from Montpelier to Barra re cently, Is an old watch dng which has been guarding that locality for many years and, each summer, has - been plainly discernible' from the golf club It has been the topic of remarks by members of the club who were plaving the nineteenth bole on the clubhouse i plana and there have been different' opinions as to whether it was a dog or a sheep. In fact, in the good old day before the Volstead act became elTec-1 tive, two members were overheard in a' heated discussion, over the animal and "Alex" insisted that it was a bear and that there were three of him. WASHINGTON Wash ben- Social dance, srhoolhouse hall, ingtori, Friday evening, July 21 eftt boy scouts. Three-piece orchestra ' will furnish music; Bill, 75e peri couple. Refreshments served. adv, j The NEW LIBERTY Six Cavalier with the wonderful liberty Motor The completeness, aa well as the quality, of the ar pointments, and fittings in these cars is truly exceptional They are rich in features which are their own exclusively, and also include equipment and conveniences that have probably never; before been obtainable on a motor car at such moderate costs. Notice, particularly, the following: Steel disc wheels; 'shock easers; special bdy colors; two-tiW!, gen nine Spaqit-h leather upholstery; overstuffed cushions and barks; Mar shall springs; water indicator; fully lined top; nickeled windshield; aluminum steps, with ru,hhr treads; fulj crown fenders, specially dcr signed; large horn; Librty designed basdlawps, nickeled fronts; wal nut instrument board; nickeled V-inshield wiper; special dash an I trou: Me lamp with automatic winding 20-ft. cord; Liberty courtesy lights; walnut steering wheel wjlh walnut snide ;r nickeled radiator; keylcga clock, St instrument board flexible leather robe cord; walnut body bevel; special curtain compartment; Liberty filler caps Ready-grip outside door handles; cowl ventilator; Cord tires; non-glare lenses; rear view mirror. There is a saying among Liberty owners that "only in the Liberty can you get Liberty performance.'' That is a fact. There is only one Liberty Six motor. It is used u the Liberty car and no other. No othef motor offere the wonderful advantages of tripple head con struction, the Liberty dry-gas vaporiser and exclusive Liberty manifold. It embodies the Liberty force-feed oiling system, with special til presur? regulating system that guarantees an adequate pressure of oil en ll bearings, a every speed and every load. AH the oil in the motor base is forced through the circulation system once each minute at average driving speeds, ..' , Four big bearings support the crankshaft and ofur hearings support the camshaft 33 1-3 pr ecent more bearing surface than is found in av erage motors. Eighteei miles to the gallon is a maderate average gasoline cousump- consumption. , Eight hundred miles to the gallon of oil ih a mini mum with practically all Liberty owners. Other parts ff the chassis need only to be mentioned to provide the utmost assurance of quality. The car itself presents evidence of its comfort, its riding and driving se, graceful appearance, and perfect, smooth mechanism, which leave groimd for nothing to be desired. Call for demonstration. PALACE GARAGE Inc, Barre, Vt. Distributors of Liberty and Dort Cara for Northern. Vermont, pealers Wanted. 188 N. Main St. Barre, Vt. Nash Co . 'The Daylight Store" , Successors to . Adams Co. July Clearance Sale Marked Down Silk Dresses Gingham Street and Sport Hats. Dresses - Waists Marked Down Cotton Goods r Domestics Goods Table Cloths. Siyks t' Dress Marked Down Jfoisery' Knit Underwear Muslin Underwear NeckwearChildrens' Dresses Gloves Toilet Articles. OUR SERVICE . WE OFFER YOU a very complete Tire and Accessory Serviee -Our stock of tires, tubes, accessoms, o'ls and greases is large and right up to the minute in price and quality. , - ''. "" . . . WE DELIVER anything, anywhere, free of charge, Call us in any emergency. . ' OUR. VULCANIZING DEPARTMENT is fully equipped and prepared to do first-class repairing of both cord and fabric tires.' - WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of Mounting and Dismounting Tires in record time on a modern tjre changing ma- chine. , USE our Free Air and Water Station. It is conveniently placed right on the sidewalk curb, You will find it ' handy. : . r WE are anxious to serve you. Call on us. Lane-Dft vis Company 3J3No. Main St. "Service with Integrity" Barre, Vt. Stated convocation of Gran ite chapter, Xo. 2ft, R. A. M., Tuesday, July 1ft, at 7:30 p, m. Ter order E. H. P. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY pak for sill A i tit children r lif-ht U tr of T WA.KTT&A inU A STTDfh rrm month. Cambla mam iftt nwnl wk in Itftrhe .mail J- A. liaUcsvrr, Tim MobsUuim. lt rOR ALE 10 cow f 1 tnm u4 lamkvr am ila tm tmw H : Wd t ronS ttat M rti!timtioa : rvr tn rhanm rnt mmtt terra n 8. H. ftntta, MvctHwr. Vt. Ttt. 4 1--. WE IX) ALL kiMW nf wondvo-li : rria-n VANILLA ICE CREAM STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM ICE CREAM-who don't like to eat good rich Ice Cream? It is delicious this hot weather. Eat our Ice, Cream. You will like it, Cummings & Lewis Cake Cones for the young folks 5 cents CHOCOLATE ICF CREAM RASPBERRY ICE CREAM SODA. What Do es Yo u r Overland Dollar Buy? Luxurious Ridinz Comfort That's the won derful patertte4 Triplex Spring suspension. Efpnomical Operation That'? the Overland motor 25 miles to the gallon of gasoline. Minimum Repairs That's the sound con struction. The all-steel body, for instance, - permits stronger construction and the hard-baked enamel finish. Compare the Overland at $550, point by point, with any car aelling under $750. Then let ua tafct you for ride in it over any kind of road. H. F. Cutler & Son Opposite Fire Station. Tel 750 Automobile Insurance J. W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, 'PHONE 34-R. Octagon Soap Bring in your Octagon coupons and get a free cake of soap, or two cakes for the price of one. It is to your advantage to cash your coupon. Bulk Spaghetti and Macaroni Bulk Spaghetti and Macaroni, in short lengths. 23 Dounds in a box : our price. 25 lb s. .......$1 .7.) fi i t i it ; r 1..1D ' ids. oi onort ix?ngui aiacarom or apagncui oc Special for Wednesday and Thursday Corned Beef, well mixed, boneless, per lb ...... 10c New Potatoes, one-half peck 25c; peck 43c Currants and Gooseberries This Week Use new Good Luck Jar Rubbers, .3 Doz 25c THE F. D. LADD CO. s.B be Id tnr 5 bad at Time cf.nt bv uiTmr ta 4vrntrBvct.