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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1922.
TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN School Days 'School has begun again for another year. The children should have a good place to study and to prepare their school work. ...... , v v .. . . Do you need a Desk or Chair for them? We have a combination Desk and Chair for study-, ing. See it in our window. Students from out-of-town will want new Furnishings for their room. Beds, Springs, Mattresses everything to make their room comfortable and attractive. AGENTS FOR The FAMOUS . WHITTALL RUGS B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCS 8KEVICB City rata Mm as hene4riT.n ambulancs; dtetanca call at rtaa amilr ... tern. Taltphons 87-W. 'v-'' Alway fi Tint to Give th Public What it WmU. , ac ijj -j Students' loose leaf note books, 60e each, at Drown'H Drug Store. adv. Dr. and Mrs. George' J. Barber Rochester, N. II., are guests at the home of W. M. pear of this city. Mrs. Wallace Gilbert of French street left this morning for Burlington where she will visit friends for a few days. Armando Comolli of Comolli street returned to the city last evening, aft er passing a week in New York City on business. Ronald Wright arrived in this city last night from Sherbrooke, P. Q., and is visiting at the home of his sister, Airs. Dr. If. II. Keid. Mrs. Will Scott and Mrs. Bert Cald well of VVafhincton were visitors in the city yesterday.- Amelio franzi of Washington street left the city this morning for Burling ton, where he will enroll in the Bur lington Business college. i Airs. Edith Holmes and son, Thomas, who have been visiting Miss Alice C. Ilearsey at the Washington county tuberculosis hospital, left last night for their , home in Boston. - Dorothy Dalton in her latest Para mount picture, "The Sirens Call, story of the far north, is being shown at the Fark to-dRy and is considered fully as good as "The Valley of Silent Men. adv. Regular meet ing of Winnetta council, No. 10, D. of P., in Clan hall Thursday evening, Sept. 7, at sharp., The regular meeting of Barre council, Jo 401, Knights , of Colum bus, will be held to night at 7i30 o'clock. Important business. A large attendance is re quested. Ter order J. B. Kelly, G. K. A regular meeting of Barre post, No. 10, American Legion, will be held at pottt head quarters Thursday eve ning, Sept. 7, at 7:30 o'clock, important. Election of delegates to the state con vention will take place at this meeting. A large attendance is desired. I'er or der commander. EAST BARRE Working in our Window GOULD'S WATER PUMPING OUTFIT 180 gallons per minute, at a price of $125.00 5 per cent discount for cash. The best buy on the Market. Si N.;D. Phelps Co. 'PHONES 28-29, Barre, Vt Regular meeting Wuchosen tribe. No, I. O. R. M., Thursday evening at 7:30. of 19, CRANITEVJLLE Regular meeting of council 253, L'Union St. John Baptiste d Amer ique, Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 7 p. m. Members are requested to attend. Per order aec. Attorney A. A. Sargent of the Blanchard block returned home to-day from Boston, where he has been on business. Frank Laaoor of the Central garage has returned from Rutland, where he was an attendant at tjie opening day ot the fair, Raymond Tondreau of Howes place left this morning for Chicago, where he has secured employment with a rub ber products concern. Lewis McKeage, Paul Clogston, An drew Fuller and G. T. McLaughlin of Pittsburg, N. H., were business visitors in the city yesterday. . . Dorothy Dalton in her latest Para mount picture, "The Siren's Call," a 5"tory of .the far north, is being shown at the Park to-day and is considered fully as good as "The Valley of Silent Men." adv. . .A special meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Thursday evening at 7:15 in the club hall for the election of delegates to the state con vention. A joint meeting with the post will immediately follow. Alice, x-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beaulieu, celebrated her birthday anniversary at the home of her parents Saturday afternoon. when about 25 of her little friends gathered in honor of the occasion. Mrs. Ralph lobin presented her a gold lock et and chain beside numerous other gifts from her little friends. A very plpaaant reunion of the Bar clay family was I recently held at Craigie-Lea, Lake Morey, the camp of Mr. and Mrs. William Barclay of this city. This reunion was in honor of the return of Mrs. Mary M. Barclay, after years absence in South America. All of her family were present with the exception of her fourth daughter, Mrs. . J, Noel, who resides in Santi ago, Chile, and from whose home Mrs. Barclay has just returned. Those pres ent were! Mr. and Mrs. William Bar clay and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Barclay and two children, all of Barre; Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gil man and three children of Belmont, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. James N. Gall and child of Chicagoj Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. Stetson and four children of St. Johnebury; Mr. and Mrs. 3. Gavnor Maclntyre of Clinton, Mass. . SOUTH BARRE The married men' were defeated herr Labor day by the single men by a srore of 15 to 11 in spite of the fact that the former had two old I. A. C single men and one other single man from Barre. The single men had a' catcher from Barre. The married men ; took a big load of 9 to 3 in the first' two innings but were only allowed, two more during the remainder of the game , while the single boys easily caught up and passed them.' Steve MarchesJ was credited with a' home run for the married men. I TALK OF THE TOWN O. J. Dodge of Elm street made a business trip to Berlin to-day. C. M. Dickey of Lowell, Mass., was a visitor in this city yesterday. Oscar Corse of Vershire was a busi ness visitor in this city yesterday. Mrs, A. Cattaneo and son, Americo, of Smith street are visiting friends in Milford,, N. H. - ' Latest styles, best quality, lowest prices; Mrs. Birnie's millinery parlors, 4 Laurel street, adv. 1 Verne Lougee of Burlington is vis iting at the home of his brother, Jilian Lougee, of Cobble hill. 1 Regular meeting of Barre lodge, 1391, L. O. O. M., at JC of P. ball Thursday, Sept. 7, at 7:30 p. m.- Secretary. Milton Pearson and son returned yesterday to Springfield, Mass., after having visited at the home of A. G. Miles of South Main street. Miss Clara Densmore of the Board of Trade office returned yesterday, aft er spending the holiday at St. Ar mand, P. Q. ' ! Miss Evelvn Fox has returned fronr Sherbrooke, P. Q., where she visited her sister for a week, as well as making a week-end trip to Montreal, ' I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and John Grcgoire of South Main street returned yesterday from Newburyport, Mass., where they spent the holiday. George Mullen of Norwich, Conn., is visiting in this city. Mr. Mullen, who is a former Goddard student, is plan ning to enter Middlebury college this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robins and son, John, of Orange street returned to this city yesterday after having spent the summer at Tenant's Harbor, Me. . . Misses Jean Milne end Florence Di- neen of this city returned home yester day "from Old Orchard, where they have been employed at the Atlantic houe during the summer season. ! Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Tronp, 'who were recently married, returned home Sat urday night from their wedding trip Rpent in New York and Long Island. They are now residing on Camp street. Mrs. James Clubb of Washington street returned home yesterday, after passing several days in Montreal. While there she was visited by Mr. Clubb, who is employed in Toronto at present. Mrs. Joseph Bainbridge is confined i to her home by a broken arm. I Rev. W. II. Liptebrandt of Merrick, L. I., has been visiting at the home of i Mrs. M. E. Dorward. . j , Mrs. Alex. Morgan of Currier street j was called to Buffalo, N. yesterday ; by the death of a sister. j Mr. and Mrs. John P. Gregson of Ev-- erett, Mass., are visiting at the home! of A. Daniels for a few days. j L. C. Roberts' of Morristown, N. J., i arrived in this city yesterday and is j visiting at the home of Floyd Russell j on South Main street. Mrs. James B. Carswell and two chil-1 dreu, who-have been spending the past' week in Rutland, returned to their; home on Orange street yesterday. Clarence Cutler of South Main street1 returned to this city yesterday from j Concord, N.' H., where he has been em-1 ployed for the past tljree months. j Willium btinm and frank Wilson left, to-day for Brooklyn, N. Y., where they are empjoyed. They had been spending the holiday at their homes in Barre, Dorothy Dalton in her latest Para mount picture, ,'The Siren's Call," a wtory of the ar north. Is being shown at the Park to-day and is. considered fully as good as "The Valley of Silent Men. -adv. Charles Converse, who hau been pass ing his annual vacation from duties at the postoffice with friends and relatives in oodstock, returned home Monday He was accompanied by Mrs. Converse and family who had been passing a few weeks at the same place. Barre, Vt. IN 1311 XjV School Hats For children and misses. The Daylight Store A wonderful assortment of hats for the miss and little miss in velveteen silk vel vet, silk plush, suede, and picot edged felt. Styles, smart and charm-, ing, colors in fascinating shades including the sport tones of peacock, poppy, sand, cherry, rose, pheas ant, also brown, navy and black many in attractive color combinations. Prices range from 1.50 to 2.75. V FALL CLASSES Day and Evening. START SEPT. 11th New classes every few weeks. C'oursy cover everything per taining to automobiles, Write for free pass and cat-'o- AUTOMOTIVE SCHOOL Northeastern University, Boston Y. M. C. A.' 316 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. TKcabe Darrcyt. When Daylight Fades Just a touch of the button when dark comes on, to flood your home with light. . Could there lie any greater convenience than this inexpensive one, of electricity and Mazda Lamps? Our method of wiring reduces the expense to a minimum. Barre Electric Company Tel 9S "For Your Electric Wants" ' POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING WILLI AMSTOWN The board of civil authority will meet 'at the town . clerk' office Wednesday afternoon, Sept. ti, from 2 o'clock to 4 o'clock, and Saturday afternoon Sept. 0, from 2 to 4 o'clock and from 7 to 9 p. m. the same day, for the purpose of revising the check list and giving the freeman's oath and placing such name on the checklist for use at the primaries and to do any other business that may properly come hetore said board. Dated at Williamstown Vt., Aug 31, IVZ. , K.' McAllister, clerk FIELD DAY at AT W. P. BURGIN FARM 2Vi miles from West Topsham on Groton Road Thursday, Sept. 7 Something doing every minute. MR. JONES OF RANDOLPH WILL BE THERE WITH HIS AIRPLANE TWO BALL GAMES Groton vs. So. Ryegate . and Woodsville vs. East Barre ! OTHER SPORTS Sandwiches, Coffee(Ice Cream, Soft Drinks on Sale. Everybody Out for a Good Time TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE Second-hand windows and doors at th Canton hotuc. Berlin street. TO REHJT Very dmirahlc i-nwm tenement, team heat, bath, electricity, etc. ; 40 Merchant atreet. Tel. 207-X. 14?t FOUND-A cold brooch pin on Wet .trert I- pi oar afternoon : owner can have br calling 1-12. , U7tl GLADIOLUS BLOOMS FOR SALE All choice named varieties to select from: E. P. Carter, 14 Sheridan street; Tel. 71-J. 147tf GENERAL STORE IN UPPER GRANITE- VlLLfc r OR BALK AT ONCE Owner winhe to return to native land : rood hue- inee : inouire of A. N. Co rev. L'dmt C.rmn. Ileville, VU 147tS POSITION OPEN for office sir I : iio book- keenine: must be able to tvoe: noasiblv I part time later : address "T. F" care of ! Time. . 17U TO RENT Furnished upstairs tenement : I call y81-W. 147tf TO RENT Suite of furnished steam heated rooms ; suitable for lig-ht hou.kenin ; also 1 sing la room at 10 Spauldlna- street. 147tf LOST Between the Catholic church and Perrin street Sunday, a flexible rhine- stona bracelet ; Under wleaee return to I Times office and receive reward. 1 147U i FOR SALE Garage, all stocked. "and good house nearby : good business : reason for : selling, am going srrmt the Atlantic fori the season; R. Paul Eeke, Bethel. V'L 14TU i WANTED AT ONCE-OffSce room on or ad- j jaeent to North Main street; must hsve running water; 'phone 6M-K. 147U PAPAO EN81LAGK CUTTERS They throw and blow. Ne cloning. Large and small aiaea on hand. Remember we exchange. MARSH-ALLEN CO. N. E. 'Phone l. Orange County Telephone r i Get Ready for ing Time Pick! i i BULK VINEGAR Pickling Vinegar, per gallon 45c White Wine Vinegar, per gallon 55c BOTTLE VINEGAR Heinz White Wine Vinegar, pt 25c Heinz Malt Vinegar, pt 25c j Monadnock Cider Vinegar, qt 35c j Imported Tarragon Vinegar 40c j SPICES I Tumeric, Celery Seed, Mustard Seed, Mixed ! Whole Spices, Stick Cinnamon, Cassia Buds, Cloves. ! JARS 1 gallon to 10 gallon Stone Jars, Pt- to 2 qt j Glass Jars. And "Sweeten it with Domino. i Tfie W. D. Smith Company, Inc. The Rexall Store Specials for September 50c Bottles Cascara Arro matic 29c 50c Shaving Brush 30c Shaving Cream Both for 49c $1.75 Fountain Syringe $1.19 75c Vanilla Extract ..49c 75c Pointex Linen Station, ery 4S Sheets 48 Envelopes 49c 50c Rexall Dyspepsia Tab lets 39c 50c Jonteel Silver Vanity Cas. 50c Jonteel Compact Both for. . 79c The Red Cross Pharmacy 0MT P110eATE COURTS IM Judge be a Lawyer? It lias Never Oeen Regarded as Necessary Opponents of Hon. James B. Estee declare that it would be a calamity for a person who is not a lawyer to bs elected to the Probate judgeship in Washington County. Let us. examine the records' of this court. From 1811 to 1922, covering a period of one hundred and eleven years, this court has had twenty-one judges, sixteen of whom were not lawyers, and property rights have" al ways been safe. Let us examine the records of some of the other Probate Courts of Ver mont in recent years, where as large and important estates have been handled as in-Washington County. DISTRICT OF GRAND ISLE. During the past forty-two years this court had four judges, all of whom were farmers. DISTRICT OF ESSEX. During the past twenty-seven years this court has had three judges, of whom one was a lawyer, one a farmer and one a superintendent of a furniture factory. For twenty-two of the twen . ty-seven years the judge was not a lawyer. The present judge is a farm er, and is the unopposed candidate for re-election. DISTRICT OF BRADFORD. During the past thirty-eight years this court has had three judges, two of whom were not lawyers. The present judge, who is not a lawyer, but is a farmer and cattle buyer, and has served twelve years and is the unopposed candidate for re-election. DISTRICT OF LAMOILLE. From 1878 to 1922, a period of forty-four years, this court has had four judges, none of whom were lawyer's. HON. JAMES B. ESTEE by education, training and experience in both public and private life, is well equipped for the duties of this highly impor tant office. In temperament, Mr. Estee is peculiarly fitted to exercise that painstaking care so necessary in the adjustment and settlement of estates. VOTE FOR JAMES B. ESTEE v, at the primary election September 12. ' Mark Your X Opposite His Name The James B. Estee Committee. (This advertisement paid for by the friends of James B. Estee.) TO-DAY ONLY -PARAMOUNT WEEK See this stirring romance actually filmed in the. ma jestic Northwest. See the lovers swept over the rag ing waterfall! , Dorothy Dalton's great est picture. Better than "The Flame of the Yukon.' ' Shown at 2:50, 7:25, 9:10. Also "HIS WIFE'S SON" Comedy. Shown at 2:30, 7:00, 8:45. And "The Trail of the Wolf" A two-reel Western feature. 'THE Siren call wrM DOROTHY DALTON DAVID POWELL MITCHELL LEWIS Ctgammoiinl8uri iff T?' ' 1- fc . ' TO-MORROW A gorgeous drama of passion and revenge that knew no law. ' Filmed against a background of ra diant splendor. Also PEGGY GOOD Comedv. and Kineto Review Musical Program By Mr. L. W. Howe Organ and Piano Prices: Matinee, Children 10c; Adults 17c Evening; Children 15c; Adults 22c. COAL AND WOOD No Hard Coal in sight. You have been advised to buy Soft Coal or Wood. Buy Last Block Wood at $4.00. Hard wood Slabs at $4.00 (if delivered in 3 run or 6 run lots at $3.50 per run.) We have Block Wood, Second Growth Wood, Limb Wood, Chair Wood, Bobbin Wood and Kind lings. We can sell you 4 ft. Wood and saw it any length you want. We have Soft Coal. Phone 450 Calder & Richardson Depot Sqiare A Good Luck Jar Rings We have just started selling our second hundred gross of rings this season. They are pure gum, fit all popular jars and the price is only 10c dozen, 3 ; dozen for 23c. Atlas Pint Jars, at the store, dozen 85c Atlas Quart Jars, at the store .$1.00 Atlas two-quart Jars, at the store .$1.33 Jelly Tumblers and Wear Jars pints and quarts. We expect preserving Plums and Pears this week. THE F. D. LADD CO. i