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THE BAIIUE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1922.
r 11 i Bed Room Suites Your choice of Walnut, Gumwood, Mahog- . any, Oak and Birdsaye Maple. . Separate Pieces Dressers, Chiffoniers, Dressing Table and Beds. " Do you need a Separate Chair, Rocker or Bench to complete your suite ? We have them. Dining Room Suites In American Walnut one-itone and tone, Golden Oak and Dull Mahogany. two- These Suites are the latest styles and best finish. ' . . ' Separate Tables, Buffets, China , Closets and Chairs. Prices are right. B.W. Hooker & Co. UNDERTAKER BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE 8KKVICI Cltjr rata mum u harae-dritvn ambuJanci; dktane calls at rnanrili term. Talcphana 7-W. Alwayi til Tint to Give the Public What It Wanta. TALK OF THE TOWN Ming Grnf-e Cheney .of 'WaHhitiRton was a vimtor m the city katurday. ' MetliodifiU, gather up your rummage for a cato Saturday afternoon. adv. See the new Oakland sport model at Iortlifleld fair, Hilies f. o. b. II. Cut ler 4 .Son. adv. . 'Mario Zanleonl of the Morse block left last evening for Boston on a few days' business viisit. Miss Blanche. McKally pf NortliftVld passed the week end with relatives and friends in thi cty, ; Francis Ahearn of East street hat re turned to the i-itv after pacsinu sev eral days In St. Albang. 1). A. Perry of the D. A. Perry Ral Kstate agency was hi West Topcham to-day conducting an auction. K. M. Knapp and son, Edward, Plin Kiser and Mr. McFarland started this morning for Tampa, Fla., by auto. Miss Mildred La Bounty of Granite villi left here to-day for Burlington to be enrolled at the Burlington Business school. YALE ' We have Yate Padlocks, Night Latches, Door Checks which we would be pleased to show before you purchase. Bear in mind our 5 per cent register slips. ; fisN.D. Phelps Co.isi 'PHONES 28-29, Barre, Vt Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance Company , . of Montpelicr, Vt. NINETY-FIFTH YXAK insurance in Force ....... .$129,158,841.00 Premiam Notes in Force . . . $12,973351.00 Cash Assets . . $430,000.00 Policies written under Mutual or Pairjl-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 McAITMcr & Kent Agents for Barre, Berlin and Orange HEAT THE AIR FOR VOUR SURFACER AND SMALL TOOLS WITH A MAGNETIC HEATER TESTED AND APPROVED BY THE NATOINAL BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS The Cushman Company . Barre, Vt., Tel. 203 "Say Mother! I'm Hungry" When the children come home from school give them SMITH'S DREAD i and jam or the favorite brown sugar. Growing jj children should have the best food, and bread is the ; Uo an SHOEMAKER WANTED AT ONCK tiood all arming nrknaa gnrtl mm; pphr A. Bwt, Shorniakn, t Merchant t Bajra. "VX lMi FOR 6ALXrl rhair... for ana amait: a WW tnla an anarhinrr ; T4. M-W. nt P. O. Bat til. f-arrr. Vt. MTU COOK W ANTFn On wtm ran an equal tn ,b Iwi af tmr mmiini : roa raw I (mrtwailr fr mmmt aminymfit : attl to 8 M. rara BaT Tm. l7tr , IX'ST-Bia far ara-f brmn W.t(m ana .raaiTmtM naiaraav ; nar most nearly perfect food. It contains practically i to "'rot-" pit A-. pUktrn. lt ! . John Nliepard, well-known U. V. M, trmtk man, who has been pasxing the summer months at hia home here, left this morning for Burlington. - " "Mt. Waldron Shield and sistfr, ilrs. Biggs, have returned to this city, after pHHging three months with friends in Waterloo and other Iowa cities. Miss Ethel Hipgn oPro'riect avenue retumed home yesterday, after passing several week visiting with friends and relatives In Westerly, R, I., and Quiney, Mass. Ladies of the O, A. R. please notice. The net regular meeting of Col. J. it Mead circle, No. 1, Ladies of the G. A. R., will b held Friday, Sept. 22, at 2:30 in Auxiliary hall, Worthen block. Please notice the change of day. Re freshments will be served and every member is urged to attend. Free lecture on Christian Science bv John C. Lathrop, C. S. B. of Brookline, Mass., member of the board of lecture ship of the Mother church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, in American Legion hall Tuesday eve ning, Sept. Ill, at 8 o'clock. All are cor dially invited to attend. adv. The regular meeting of Cobble Hill grange wilt be held Tueday evening. This will end the program contest, as the "over thirties" will give their enter tainment, which will be, "Aunt Jeru- sha's Quilting Party." Singing by Mr and Mrs. J. Dickie, Mrs. Batchclder and Mr. fjtacy. This will be followed by portraits ,of some of the relatives of the grange. AH granger welcome. St.-Albans high school takes the lead in announcing its football schedule this year, none of the other schools having yt been in a position to di so. Very few games are on the schedule for the season. I he bt. Alliens bovs are due to clash with the local high school team here on the 14th of October. 8pau!ding is putting in hard training every day now and hopes are high that the team will come through with flying tilors during the season. A rough and ready scrimmage was held Saturday after noon and CyMh Lundholm had the boya right on their toes, aome crmeiem has come from local fans of his method of showing his team to the rough work before their muscle are fully hardened but on the other-hand some think it the 'best method for conditioning the men. Coaches Wilson and Mowles at Ooddard are, using quite the reverse method td that employed by Mr. Lund holm and the team is getting more track work than football at present to get" them into condition for the rough work which comes later. , . TALK OFTHE TOWN Xeil Willey, local baseball star, lias entered Ooddard seminary Miss Bessie K. Pitkin of this city left to-day for Providence, R. I, .Methodists, gather up your rummage lor a sale Saturday afternoon. alv Edward Wishart of this City entered the Crty hospital for treatment to-day Miss Jidna Steel, a tudnt at Mont pelier seminury, was an over-Sunday guest at Kuby Bradbury's Angus Martin, well-known Quincy, Mass., granite manufacturer, is passing a few days' visit with friends in this city. Miss Merle Douglas of Elm street left this morning for Springfield, Mass., where she is to enter Bryant and Mrat ton Business, college. Notice: The regular quarterly meet ing oi ine i. u, u. u, jm, i.i.pnrpi' consulate, will be held Tuesday at 7 p. ni., at the home of Mrs. Harry Gam ble, 47 Ayers street. Important busi 11088 Ncale Hooker, C. A. Perry, Leslie Wilson, Christian Bjorn, James Mur ray and David Mt'KYiight returned to the city yesterday from St Johnsbury, where the attended the American Le gion convention. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spencer of South (Main street have returned from Xorthfield, where they were called by tile 'sudden death of Mrs. fspencer s nephew, the-six weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Plastndge. Thomas and John Davidson, former residents of .this city and at one time prominently identified in baseball cir cles here, returned Saturday evening to their homes in Oarden City, L. I., after passing a few davs at the home of James Smart of Central street. A Studebaker car, driven by Leo Young of Welwterville and occupied by four persons besides himself, figured m peculiar accident early yesterday morning while coming from Hardwick to this city. Mr. Young had just come around one of the sharp curves two miles to the Hardwick side of Wood bury, pond when he remembered an other sharp curve ahead. As the road was slippery and the fog dense in that I check the motion of the car and it swung around suddenly. Before Mr. DEFENCE -CLAIMS SUICIDE. Says William M. Creasy Did Not Kill v Edith Lavoy. Mineo'la, V. Y., Sept. 18. Wiiliam M. Creasy of Fort Thomas, Ky., ws, placed on trial here to-day on charge of -murdering Miss Kdith Lavoy, Freeport school teacher, on the night of June 23 last. Selection of a jury proceeded slowly. The prosecution will attempt.' to show that Miss Lavoy broke her en gagement to Creasy and that he was jealous because of attentions paid her by other men. He came from Ken tucky to, have a serious talk with her, the prosecution will try to prove, and In anger shot and killed her. , ' Henry A. Cterhart, counsel for Creasy, told newspaper men he would prove Miss" Lavoy committed .suicide because ureasv broke the engagement. "Creasy did not kill the girl," he said. "Edith Lavoy met Creasy two years ago. Their friendship ripened into love, .. , "They were engaged to marry and he had given her a ring. He was a mechanic in a railroad shop near Fort Thomas, Ky., and it dawned on bim that the marriage was not one that would bring happiness. "She was fond of life in it gaities. !ie wanted to dance and go to the atres and the college football games and he could not do that sort of thing. So he broke off the engagement be cause he could not make her happy. He realized she waa not the wife for a mechanic. She would have to do the washing and the scrubbing and he told her so. Then in her grief, caused by the broken ' engagement, she was brought to suicide. "It was on, the last night. They were seeing each other for t! e last time. They were soon to part for ever and she realized that their love was broken, and she killed herself. Her letters to Creasy will show that he broke the engagement. MOJSTPEUER WHOLESALE PRICES UNCHANGED. During August, At Compared With ' ' ; . - ." July... ,. v.- Washington, D. C, Sept. )8. The locality he stepped on his foot brake to kpn"a lcv! . price. HEAVY FROST IN MAINE. Young rould right it again it had rolled up the side of a bank near the road nd turned over. No one in the car was injured and a car from the Nye Motor company of this city soon had it right ed and on its way, no great damage being done. " An, investigation of the cause disclosed the fact that two of the brake rod bolts had dropped out so that when pressure was applied on the showed practically no change in Aug ust from that of July according to re ports gathered by the bureau of labor statistics of the-Department of Labor. The bureau" "weighted index number," again registered 155 in August," a repetition of the July figure. In the group of fuel and lighting materials the indet number, conputed in part from estimated prices, rose. nearly six and three quarters per sent, ncarlV-six and three quarters per cent metals and metal products, due to in- brake it was all on one wheel, causing creased cost of fuel, adanced over four the car to slew. REPARATIONS CRISIS AVERTED By Negotiations in London of Haven stein. Paris, Kept. 18 (By the Associated Pre). The reparations crisis has been virtually settled by the negotiations in London of Rudolph Havenstein, presi dent of the Reichsbank, according to reports reaching here to-dayv Herr Havenstein's successful trans actions are said to have negotiated through London and Amsterdam. The Bank of Knglnnd and certain Dutch banks have agreed to make possible the payment by (Jermany to Belgium of the treasury notes due at the end of the rear, it is declared. This would be done bv mean of a loan. Germany in turn would repay the loan at the end of 18 months. per cent building, materials, clothing, chemicals and drugs, and miscellaneous commodities all showed some advance over July! prices. On the other hand, decreases of near ly three per cent toko place in the two important groups of farm products and foodstuffs, no change in the general price level was reported for the group of house furnishing goods. CARDINALS IN FLIGHT. . PLAINFJELD Thousands of Dollars Damage ta Gar. den Truck. Biddcford, Me., Sept. 18. Damage estimated at many thousand of dol lars to garden truck resulted through out' this section of the state from the heavy white frost of last night. WILLI AMSTOWN Williamstown grange, No. SI, will observe Wednesday evening. Sept. 20, a rally night. It is hoped that every mem tier will make a special effort to lie present. At 8:4" the meeting will be open to the public. All are welcome. All memlers of the Knight of Columbus whose dues and assess ment' are ruit paid to Oct. 1 are requested to pay the same as sioon as possible, as the hook will be turned over" to the auditors on Oct. !. O. A. Lucia, acting financial secretary. There will be a business meeting for election of officer of the Parent-Teach er association on Xucsday evening. Sept. 18. All member please be pres ent. " .... . , , K. J. Rutter. optometrist, will be at Mrs. Jennie Ham) Tuesday, Sept. 19. Call and have your eve examined. adv. ' Tacci and Ranutii Went In Italian Military Airplanes. Rome, Sept 18, Cardinal Tafi and Ranuzzi yesterday flew to Loreto in Italian military airplanes: Cardinal a"parri blessed them from the steps of the Bastion containing the statue of the Virgin. The flight has caused a satisfactory impression, throughout Italy, lieing considered a new sigu of reconciliation between the church and the state. An enterprising Rome tailor, Caius Maraflno. has addressed a circular let-' ter to the cardinal bishops, suggest ing the adoption by them of suitable attire for use in aviation. He pro pose that the cardinals be provided with a, hood on which their rel hats may be secured to the head by the use of string with tassels at the end, tied under the chin. He also suggest that the cardinals wear red Morocco leggins iid red glove. ' Tn probate court, the will of Mary J. Sibley, late of Montpelicr, has been proven. , The state highway department through District Highway Commisi sioner Oscar A. Harding of Pomfret, tried out a new plan of maintenance in Windsor county last week, in an en deavor to keep the roads aronud Hart ford as smooth as possible for the state fair travel. Due to the large number of automobiles using these toads during the dav time, it is prac tically impossible for the patrolman to do any work during the fair, so the department obtained two Fordson tractor from the Commercial Oarage and Livery company, each to operate a road machine, and York state hone The tractors equipped with head and spot, lights and the equipment carried several lanterns for safety. The out fits started from White River Junc tion about 10 o'clock in the evening and operated until' six or geven in the morning. One . tractor was used to smooth the road to the Sharon-Hoy-alton town line on route H, and the other went to the Hartland-Wiudsor town line on .route 2. The outfits worked satisfactorily on , Tuesday night and were used Wednesday 'and Thursday nights as well. ' Fred B., Thomas, state tax commis sioner, and George Titpper of the same office left Saturday, for Minneapolis, Minn., to attend the 15th annual con ference on taxation to be held in the Curtis hotel, Sept. 18-22. The confer ence is held under the auspices of the National Tax association. The county canvassing' committee will meet at the county court house to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock to canvass the vote for county officers, The committee 'consists of Count Clerk L. C. Moody and the', county chairroen-of the different political par tie which had ballots in tire 11.121 elec tlon. F. D. Jones, Lamoille county agri cultural agent, has reported a collision between his car and one driven by C. A. Mossier of Sharon while Jone wa returning from the etate fair on Tuesday. Damage to Jones' car, which is owned by -the Lamoille County farm Bureau association,' was slight while Mossier' car was damaged to the extent of $15. Mr. Jones claims that Mossier was too much in the center of the road. Frank S. Adam of Bellow Falls report that his ca was run into by a car with the regis (ration number 18215 near the June tion house in White River Junction Sept. 14. The car with thi rrgistra tion is owned by Robert E. Chapin of White River Junction. . William River left yesterday for Lowell, Mass., to resume his studies at Lowell Textile institute after the eum mer vacation. alls iViarjorie Morse of the eecre tary of state' office left yesterday by automomie tor a week vacation. which she will pass in Springfield and (freenneld, Mass., and ew Haven Conn. A large gathering attended a meet ing in observance of constitution dav Trinity church last evening. Mason S. Stone spoke interestingly on "The Constitution. It Significance and Meaning." The meeting was under the auspices of the Daughter of the American Revolution. ' L. A. Kelty, secretary of the Asso ciated Industrie of Vermont, left Saturday night' for the F.atem States exposition to lie held a Springfield, .Mass., this week. , Martin O. Ferry, city water commis- soner, is taking hi vacation and ha gone with hia family to Manchester, N. II., and vicinity. Mr. Terry is ex peeted to return thi week. Officer Edward Sloan of the Mont pelicr police force attended the state fair during his vacation last week Special Officers W. G. McAvov and Ed ward Kevser have been taking his duties. Francis J. Lillie ha gone to Thomp- 188 N. Main St. Barre. Vt. Nash-C The Daylight (J ; Store To-night-Park Theatre The Fashion Show Suits, Coats and Wraps will be exhibited the newest Fall and Winter apparel. -Come and see son's point and will be in Burlington ! states' will attend. Those from on Wednesday to resume his studies !,mont include beside the two Mont) Regular stated con vention of Vincitia lodge. No. 10, Knights of Pythias. Tuesday evening. Sept. 1A, at 7:30 o'clock. Per or der ('. C Stated convocation of Gran ite chapter. No. 2, R. A. M, Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 7;3o p. m. Ter order E. H. P. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY .T- aa III liT PRICES III I I li l at the University of Vermont. The state board of pharmacy will meet here about Oct. 3. , Hattie Shonio of Middlesex Was judged a delinquent child on Saturday in Montpclier juvenile court and was committed by Judge F. Laird to the industrial school at Vergennes for the remainder of her minority. She is 15 years of age. State's Attorney C. B. Adams prosecuted. Commander Joseph Aba ir, Adjutant M. J. Colian; Henry Norton, George E. Carpenter, Arthur Ellis, E. WW Eddy. W. 11. Morrill and Thomas F. Nelson have returned from St Johnsbury where they attended the state con vention of the American j Legion as delegates from Montpelicr post, No..3v A. H, Cota was in Burlington on Sun day. The grand jury met this afternoon at the county court house. Attorney General F. C, Archibald was in the city. Bernard J. Burke and Harry A. Knapp, members of Montpelier troop, No. 2, of the Boy Scouts, left Satur day morning for the Eastern States! exposition at Springfield, Mass., where they will be the guests of the Boy Scout of America for 10 days. Whie staying at the exposition, all their ex penses will be taken care of, and they will stay in the Mohawk Indian vil lage bujlt especially for the purpose. Five bovs from each of the 10 Eastern icr boys, one from iwriingron from Milton, and one from RutlaiJ The funeral of Mrs. Daisy Webs waa held from the home of W. A, V tee on Hubbard street at 2:30 Sum afternoon, Rev. William S. Nicl officiating. v The bearers were B. Webster. David Pat tee, C. E. Bex and Mr. Averill of Ban e City, Intj ment was in Culter cemetery. James Brownlee defeated Geoi Putnam two' up .for the golf chii nionship of the Montpclier Coun club Saturday afternoon. The maj was over 18 holes and a gallery wt grew to a, good size watched the pla Mrs. Agnes Dower of the city clc office is on a week's vacation Nashua, N. IL, and New Ytrk C Her sister, Georgianna tountajn. also eone on a vacation and met N Dower id Springfield, Mass., fij where thev went together to N York City, Miss Helen Merrill is sisting City Clerk T. R Merrill ing Mrs Dower'e absence. Peter Capursi. paid a fine of $3 costs of $7.0. in Montpelier city cd this morning on his pica of guilty breach of the peace. The meeting of the Young Peoj Community, club setr fof lat Saturi evening was postponed to AVednes evening, September 20, because of I of a Quorum last Saturday. Offid will be elected at themeeting Wednesday. . all the dements that the bodies of growing children j Tavnnjf Car -Sport Car ' C m, pa - - At Ftiory $1130 II4S )3S nss Have you seen the car that positively guarantees performance backed with an unusual written guar antee? No other car carries a similar guarantee. Have you seen the car with attractive body design and an overhead-valve engine and chassis construction that is creating widespread comment among those in terested in motor car development ? See the new Oakland Oakland Motor Car Company, Pantiae, Michigan Pi.maa af 0frl M mtmrm Caiaai .. , i " H. F. CUTLER & SON 13 South Main St., Barre. Tel. 750 See This CJar at Northfield Fair Puretest .Rubbing Alcohol Limber up Your Muscles with a Good Rub-Down Puretest Rubbing Alcohol High in Alcohol Content Non Beverage Particularly Effective Allays Soreness Reduces Swelling Soothes and Stimulates the Whole Body Try it After the Bath Sold at The REXALL Store 75c Pint Bottle The Red Cross Pharmacy Automobile Insurance v J.W. Dillon BOLSTER BLOCK, 'PHONE 34-R. For Pies and Saiac New pack canned Bluberries, can 3(k Red Raspberries, per can .33c; 3 cans $1.0C None-Such package Mince Meat T. 1 . Aol Sun Maid Seed Raisins .-. ..18; No. 3 size canned rumpKins irv Buy Pineapple by the Dozen We ofTer Libbv's large can of Sliced Hawaiiai Pineapple.-per dozen ..:.$!.(K This price on Pineapple is sure to be higher. New canned Fruits and Vegetables are coming i let us quote price on them by the dozen or caseH it is the economical way. ' require. li I ear . laTtf , J I TOR ?I.K--rar-i4 war: rnr4 -r-irr . I f rnaar-r : rail at '. Lot St. H I The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. WTO AT ON' - A ear4 rirl tr, THE F. D. LADD CO. an. a t trrl h mmeh i n0 w aw lei J..-il. U:I LOT ai kiwi ' m ta t irv-itr rt 0-a-, f