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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1922.
Save Money? Buy - CompressGd Stick Blueing ; life THE RAILROAD SITUATION End of Eighth Week Sees; No End to Bank Explo sions and Violence LABOR CONDITIONS ARE IMPROVED According to Reports of Some of the Western v , Railroads At Your Grocers SOUTH ROY ALTON Wendell and Lucy Eaton and Misses Winona and Ssra.li , McGuire with Master McGuire were visitors at Camp Billings, Sunday. , JSiipt, R, (i. Noon and family ar rived home from their vacation, Mon day, i Mrsl Tlieodosia MaiSon and three children returned from Burlington Tuesday. The members of the Delta Alpha class took a ride to th home of Mrs. i Belle Dings Wednesday afternoon where they were pleasantly entertained Julia Hanks,' while playing Wednes day afternoon, ran a nail into her hand hurting her quite seriously. Waltetr Dewey sold his restaurant business and stock to Fred Harmon of Windsor, Wednesday and Mr. Har mon took possession at onoe. Judge A. G. Whitham was in Bethel Wednesday on legal business S.'J. Harlow has sold his farm to parties from New Hampshire. An airplane passed over this village Wednesday - afternoon distributing fliers, the modern way of advertising. m n nn f i 1 1 H22I So simply and cheaply made and yet :the most refreshing beverage known WESTINGHOUSE MAZDA LAMPS A Lamp for every socket. .. ' ' The evenings are longer and a good light is need ed for reading and sewing. Look over your Light Sockets and see if they are filled with the proper size lamp and if you are get ting the best light for the current consumed. , Barre Electric Co. Tel. 98. . "For Your Electric Wants" Chicago, Aug. 25. The railroad strike' reached the end of its eighth i week to-day to the accompaniment of j bomb explosions and extensive violence. : Bombing followed a night of rail, greasing and the cutting of air hose at Jtoodhoiife, 111., division point on the Chicago and Alton. Two explo sions occurred near, the C. and A. roundhouse and another bomb burst near a hotel where railroad workers were quartered. The town was thrown into darkness shortly before the bombs were set off and citizens were described as afraid to leave their homes. passengers on one of the Alton's i fastest trains which pulled out of Roodhouse during the disturbance said many shots were fired. , Earlier disorders at Jacksonville. Fla., were followed by the dynamiting ' of the home of J, A. Williams, .fore- ! man in the Seaboard air line railroad shops and a member of the citv coun cil. Following reports from a National Guard officers Governor McCray of In diana asked federal authorities to in tercede in strike disorders at, Garrett, Ind., where workmen were threatened, their homes painted yellow and where bumbs were discovered. Charges of murder were, made against a, negro commissary worker of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe at San Bernardino, O'al., where a strik ing electrician was shot and killed. The striker, it was charged, was killed in a running pistol ngnt witn me ne gro. The .Santa Fe offered rewards for person who have been guilty of recent bombing. Proposals were made to United States Marshal Donald by striking shopmen at Shawnee, Okla., to replace federal and company guards at rail road shops with, strikers. With the question of seniority the chief barrier to peace, officials of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad declared they would not yield in their stand against restoring seniority to re turning strikers. W. M. Whitenton, assistant chief operating officer of the ' road, said the M. K. and T. would i re-employ men now on trike if they i had not been guilty of violence U-rt that they must return as "new employes. ' At the same time the Santa. Fe an- I nounced at Topeka, Kan., hat condi- j tions had so improved it would be im- 1 possible to take back all strikers. The announcement, said the ' road would take back only such strikers as there might he places for, and that they must return aa new employe. TO BOB OR NOT TO BOB. This Young Woman Lost a Husband , Because She Did. Mount Vernon, X. Y., Aug. 25. The nuwtion of the "bob or not to bob" as applied to women's hair came n pto-day at police headquarters where Sergeant Wrenn was appealed by an attractive young matron of Tuckahoe for a guard to accompany her home while she packed her clothes. "My husband has left me because I bobbed ray hair," she said. -"Will vou help me? I am afraid to go back for my clothes without an escort becaue I fear my husband may come in and beat me. He was awful mad oer my having mv hair bobbed." Sergeant Wrenn, after getting the long and fhort of the situation, told the vonng woman to go to the Tuck- j J j aioo police. Washes Dainty Things Beautifully You can trust your finest bits of silken lingerie to the EASY VACUUM ELEC TRIC CLOTHES WASHER. Human hands exercising the most painstaking care could wash your treasured "georgettes with no greater concern than they will receive in this Easy Vacuum Washer. If you are not washing electrically you are making unnecessary work for yourself. Take advantage of the modern, time, strength and labor-saving Easy Clothes Washer. Telephone Montpelier324 or Barre 246-R for a demonstration in your home. MontneKer & Barre Light & Power Co. Great big turkish towels at 45c V Think of th size, 22x44 -inches, and as heavy as they are large. You would expect to pay 65c to 75c, for them ; they have red borders. " Nash Company THE DAYLIGHT STORE, . . 188 North Main Street, Barre, Vt. New ear drops 4 at little prices , In jet in jade in rhinestone in cut work effects glistening " and of unusual beauty these ear drops in pendant style are new 59c, 1.00 to' 1.75. August "Thrift" Sales will soon be over August wanes and with its passing the wonderful values purchased specially for this month will be gone. . This ia your last opportunity to share in these bargains. - Of tremendous interest have been these special values for August, usu ally a month of quiet business,' has been one' of unusual activity here. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the last days, -The "March in"- of things that are new Already the greatPall Parade has be gun and the new things point the way to cooler days. What is more delightful, to people who are alive, than to have the privilege of a satisfying advance view of the new things a few weeks before the season opens ? What greater satisfaction than to be able to secure new things and enjoy them a few weeks "before they become common? So it has become a part of this store's service to bring out early a few of the new fashions in the various groups of merchandise for the benefit of those who wish them early. ' " . ' Not the full Autumn stock to be sure not big quantities of any one ' group for that would spoil it all. Just enough to give the full benefit of new. ness and exclusiveness to those who se cure them. Of course these new things have been selected with utmost care as regards style, qualify and price. Come and enjoy this advance showing and share in the beautiful things if you so desire.- ' Saturday the following values will be on sale Women's Silk Hose, full fashioned, regular 2.50 for 1.79. Waists of voile and batiste, regular 1.25 to 1.50 for 89c. Ginghams, stripes and checks, 27 in., regular 22c for 15c 0 Envelope Chemise, fine nainsook, .regular 1.25 and 1.50 for 79c. -: Waists of fine voile and batiste, regular 1.98 to 2.50 for 1.49. ; Women's Hose, lisle, seconds bf 35c quality forv19c.! Corsets, flesh and white coutil, six models ; special 1.00. Hair Nets, real hair, double mesh, regular 45c. Price 12 for 1.00. Snap Fasteners, all sizes, black, white, regular 10c card for 5c. Gingham Dresses, organdie trimmed, regular 2.50 for 1.75. Baronet Satin, 36 in. wide, regular 3.50 and 3.95 for 2.89. Middy Blouses, all white and with blue collars, regular 2.00 for .1.19. Women's Vests, Swiss and fine rib, regular 35c for 22c. Waists of striped gingham and madras, regular 1.25 for S9c Curtain Scrim, fancjr drawn border, regular 19c for 12 Y2c. Children's Hose, fine rib, black and cordovan, regular 35c for 19c. 1 .j ; New Hats for women and misses. New Dresses of Poiret twill, serge, and silk. New Skirts N of prunella, pleated and striped. New Sweaters pull over model. The world belongs to the school children Grown-ups may think that the youngsters know very little and are most irresponsible it may be true to-day but to-morrow is coming rapidly when the childrenwill have taken our places. . " ' ' So these are vitally important days for the young people Hence the American schools. - ' f Now they probably need some small things when school opens some new clothesso that they may have the proper pride in their appearance and thus foster proper pride in their school standing. ' All these necessities for young folks have been amply prepared for here. School Hose The durable kind, and at the same time, attractive In appearance. Of silk lisle in black, cordovan and white, at 50c. Of fine cotton in black, cordovan and 'while at 39c Or if you prefr a fine rib cotton in black and cordovan at 19c School Dresses In stjles and qualities any miss would be proud to wear. Fine ginghams in plaids and checks, some in plain colors. A splendid range of models all attrac ts el r trimmod at prices tanging from 2.50 to 4.50. 'School Middies Every miss wants one and these are most arcractrve made of fine (awnsdale twill in all white or white with blue trims or white with red trims and at such little prices that cone need go without 1.19 to 1.95. School Hats In chio sport styles to delight the heart of any mis some brilliant in their colorings others of more subdued tone,s. Corduroy in combination of colors Duvetyne and Kelt in solid colors or with contrasting embroidery at 1.75 to 2.50. J NEW-Imported Scotch Ginghams The real fine, soft finish imported qualities in patterns that are rich in color tones, and pleasing in their combinations the new Fall patterns show plaid ef fects in unusually soft shades, broken checks for those who wish a smaller pat tern as well as the block checks which have been so tremendously popular all this year. The prices are 59c and 69c a yard. - New' Ribbons Lustrnns satin finish, in two toned effects, double faced and picot edges. A large variety of combina tions in street shades and pastel colorings, 25c, 35c yd. New Chain Belts Most atylrsh for wear with the new wool and silk dresses i"? Fall. Several styles, in different color combinations. Priced from 39c to 1.50. MARSH FIELD 5lr. Mary Bliss ia visiting her son in Cabot. Moving pictures Faturdav, Ausr. 26; William S. Hart in "The Cradle of Courage;" also "Winners of the West.' Admi.-ion, 10c and 25c. Dance after show. adv. Mis Carrie Bcckley is at home from Barre a few days. Mr. and Mrs. William Taber and 11 VII ' I i ! . A ! f II J 1 1 )srr mm MATS ma CAPS and you will be sure of Correct Style and utmost in wear. Sold by The Frank McWhorter Co. daughter of Acuhnet, Macs., were re cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Morse. ' Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Merrill of Meriden, tonn., have been visiting at S. Swerdfeger's. Mr. and Mrs. Alphone Cherette and two children returned Monday to thrir home in Greenfield, Mass., after spend ing a couple of weeks witTi Sr. and Mrs. John French. John Amidon of Waterville and sis ter. Mrs. Bliss, visited at H. J. Bul lock's the first of 4 he week. Mrs. Victor Tetreault vLied at Noel Tetreaulfa in Cabot the first of the week. David Pateron has moved his fam ily into Dean Hall's tenement on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAuliffe and Miss Degree of Burlington are guests of Mr. and Mrs. John French. AITS. 1. t. purnnam wi rm iimk r the guest of her Biece, Miss A. L. J Pnmham. Mr. and Mr. F- C. Tit kin. Mrs. E. H. i Taft, Mr. and Mrs. J. YV. Bouldry and 1 Mr. Grace Carr attended the Little Red Schoolhone Picnic at Hookerrille Thursday Arthur Bullsrd and family. John French and family and gvets took in the fair at Mornsville Vednday. The band will give an open air con cert neit Saturday evening of police this morning dispersed a large crowd which was escorting Ben Legere and Fred Lerot k, leaders of the One Big union, to the railroad station, where they took a train for Boston to appear as respoqdents to a petition of the Pa cific mills, asking that they be adjudged in contempt of court for alleged viola tions of an injunction forbidding intimidation. rMwyj,. i I n CROWD DISPERSED. Escort to Lea4er of "One Bit C:e Not Anwd to Farsie. Lawrence. Mas . AiZ. 2"v A Kjasd BRMNT3-STMTT0N COMMERCIAL, SCHOOL . BOSTON Individual lNSTfturrmj rivrw CcMPrrtNT ExpcrincD Instructors Accounting - Bookkeeping - Business Admin i strati on -Stenoc R-apia -Sccretar iaiJ Duties -Commxrcial Teach rsc - Civil Sekuce. 5&eAT betms ScotS LvmtnSevtvirm fWtn Wif LIMITED REGISTRATION-EARLY APPLICATION ADVISABLE