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iAili 'xxMxu6t iiAiiiiii, Vi'. IuOInDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1922.
eSTABUISHEO 1685. THE HOMER FITTS CO. TME STORE WHERE QUAUTY COUNTS Warm Flannelette v Nighties for Cool Nights to Come Whether you sleep out or in doors with windows wide open, your comfort depends on bodily warmth Nothing else ever de vised so thoroughly "fills the bill" as Flan nelette Night Garments. For out door sleep ing either, the Pajama or. the long sleeved Qown is su'table. For indoor in modern heated bouses we suggest the short sleeve low neck type. Women's Flannelette Gowns Quality of materials, quality of trimmings and quality of workmanship have been given special at tention. The best Amoskeag and Nashua Flannels have been used in plain white and neat and attrac tive colored stripes. Prices for such good garments are very reasonable. ; . $1.00, $1.50, $1. 75 Women's Extra Size Night Gowns ' Made of good grade White Flannelette. $1.50 : . ,' ' Children's Flannelette ! Gowns and Pajamas 75c and $1.00 'O LACO JVE OIL DRINK IT FOR Stomach, Bowels, Health, Strength EAT IT ON Salads, Meats, Fish, Fowl There's not a healthier article of food or medicine in all creation than pure Olive Oil. ,You can eat it; you can drink it liberally or you can take it in small doses as a medicine. In all cases it benefits all sys tems. OUR OLIVE OIL is a strictly imported pro duct. It is virgin oil, the real first pressing from ripe olives. On this basis of quality we recommend it. $1.00 pint bottle; 35c 4-oz. bottle Drown's Drug Store Tel. 630-631. We Deliver.- BARRE DAILY TIMES MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1922. The Weather Fair to'night and probably Tuesday, little change in temperature. Gentle to moderate variable "winds. f .-. Good Weather for Topcoats, Sweaters Medium weight Underwear. Our showing will interest you. The Frank McWhorter Co. TALK OF THE TOWN World's fair, Tunbridjre, Oft. 3-4-5. See large adv. page 2. adv. L Cars washed and polished $1.50. Oliver's Battery station. adv. Charles Bianchi left yesterday for Boston, where he is enrolled at Boston university. Spaulding and Goddald meet for an other scrimmage on the Goddard grid iron to-morrow, Two new Ford touring cars for sale, run less than 7 miles, see it. . Cutler A. Son. adv. Norman Gordon of Dartmouth col lege passed the- week 'end at his home on Richardson street. Antonio Bianchi of Wellington street left Saturday evening for Bos ton on a business visit. - Notice. Keep in mind that next Fri day is the day the Methodist ladies will serve a dinner and supper. aav. Bom, in Potsdam, N. Y.. Sept. 28, a son, Howard Lewis, to Mr. and Mrs Arthur Lacross, formerly of Barre. T. F. McIIugb arrived in this city Saturday from Worcester, Mass., to take up studies at Goddard seminary Of course you know that Baker's Ex tracts were pure before pure food laws were made. Your grocer sells them. adv. v Gwenyth Ladd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ladd of Orange street, ha gone to Boston to enter the feargent I school. -v.. Special meeting of Ruth chapter. No 33, O. E. S., for work on Wednesday evening, Oct. 4, at promptly 7:30 o'clock. World series, city hall, Montpelier Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2 p. m. l'lay-o graph shows every movement of the ball. adv. Homer C. Ladd of the V. D. Ladd Co is attending -the convention of New England bakers at Swampseott, Mass., this week. Miss Priscilla Miles returned to Wa terbury to-dav, after spending the week end with her parents on South Main street. Miss Evelyn Matheson. who has been spending a two weeks' Vacation in Maiden and yuincy, .Mass., Has re turned home. Arthur. C. Tilden returned Saturday from a trip to Wells River and Barton, where he went in the interests or the Order of Eastern Star. All Rebekalis wishing to go to the district meeting at Williamstown on Tuesday evening please notify ubhn Howell to-day. ' Committee. 1 Fifth of the fall series of dances, Bailey hall, Montpelier, Tuesday, Oct. 3, Sumner's seven-piece orchestra. C. V. train after dance. adv. Going out of business. Soma excep tional 'shoe, hose and other bargains. Boston Bargain Shoe and Hosiery store, corner Elm and Court streets, Mont pelier. adv. Central Vermont Pomona grange will meet Wednesday, Oct. 4, with Middle sex grange at Shady Rill. The after noon session will, as usual, be public and all are welcome.. Five cents a day for a abort time is all it costs to rid yourself of rheuma tism if you usa Rheums. Get a bot tle today from E. A. Drown on the money-back plan. adv. Mrs. Edward Charpentier and daugh ter of Merchant street left yesterday afternoon for Burlington, where they will attend the funeral of Mrs. Char Pender's aunt, Mrs. Dion. Maccabees, attention! Regular meet inar of Harmon review, No. 1, will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Work, draping of the charter. Collector will be at the hall at 6:30. Knights of Birmingham, attention! The d'gree will be conferred in Barre Thursday. Oct. 12, at 7:30 p. m. Ban quet t 6 p. m. in Masonic banquet hall. Watch the papers for further an nouncements. Per order T. I. M. E. K. Mr. Ferguson, the service mechanic for the Stromberg carburetor, will be at Harvey Mower's, at the Barre garage, on Monday and Tuesday to give free service on any Stromberg car buretor. Come and tell him your trou bles. adv. Members of the Barre Woman's club remember the first meeting of the club yesr Tuesday afternoon at S:30 in Quarry Bank hall. Reports of the con ventions will be heard. A fine mitral program has been arranged and refresh ments will be served at the close of the meeting. Miss Louisa Calcagni was surprised at her home on Berlin street list night when about 15 young people gathered to help her celebrate her 13th birthday. Many games were played and muic i. rendered by Silvia Comolli. Be freshirents of cocoa, rake, rookies and; fudge were served. The party broke up I at a Iste hour, all wif-hmg the hostess many happy returns of the day. Notice to the public: Having pur chased the cobbling shoe shop the 1st James Geddes on Charles street. I am now prepared to d all kind, of repair work on men's, ladies' and chil dren's shoos. All work guaranteed to be satisfactory. Also I have added a line of men's and children's shoes and I cn save you money by purchasing vour i-hoes here. I I). Bu-e, lamp street. adv. ("apt. and Mrs. George Enherts of Rockland. Me., came to Bsrre Saturday to pass the winter with their son. James Roberts of 14 North Main street. Capt. and Mra. Roberts made the trip by auto with their grandson. George Roberts, and Mrs. G. H. Blethen and daughter. Dorothy. They left Rotkland at 5 a. m. and arrived in Parte at 5 p. m. lapt. tM.ixTi is yi and Ir. Kh- erts Si. 1 liey ei:jyel the trip and suf fered no i!l effects from the kvng rid. Harvest Supper. Corsregational Church. Tuesday, 3:30, 35c Vegetable hah RTW Brans Brown bread PicVIs CabHia es'sd Snft piea - hee ! CVff ad. TALK OF THE TOWN Congregational harvest supper Tues day; don't miss it. adv. World's .fair, Tunbridge, Oct. 3 4-5. tee large adv. page 2adv. Miss Hope Leonard of Stoekbridgo visited friends in thts city yesterday. IV J. : Morse's fur coat sale will be continued through Monday and Tues day. adv. ( Miss Katherine Sullivan of Cliff street visited with friends in St. Johniibury Saturday. John Molla passed the week end from his studies at Dartmouth college with relatives on Berlin "street. Charles Olliver and Charles Smith of this city passed the week end on a duck huntingrip to Lake Champlain. Robert Barclay passed the week end from his studies at Norwich univer sity with his parents on Brook street. Newell Parker returrTed yesterday to St. Albans, after passing the week end at his homo on Spaulding street. Mrs. Myra Allen of Warren pass ing a few days' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Allen, of Beck ley street. .- I. , , . . ' Kenneth Garrett of the University of Vermont arrived in this city Saturday to spend the week end with relatives iu East Barre. Mrs. Alexander Cordiner returned Jo the city Saturday evening after pass ing a montlT visiting with friends in New Hampshire, ' Rev. W.-II. Skecls, pastor of the f rst Lniversalist church, was in Mont pclier to-day attending the State Sun day school convention. , Notice. Next Friday at the Method ist church there will be a harvest din ner and supper. Make this a vacation day and be with us. adv. All Rebekaha wishing to go to' the district meeting at Williamstown on Tuesday evening please notify John Howell to-day. Committee. Fire' prevention week lot everybody do something to make Barre a cleaner and safer city to live in. Start in the cellar and go to the attic. Clean up. The monthly meeting of the Altar guild of the Church ot the Good Shep herd will be held Tuesday evening at 30 at the home of, Miss Gracelvn -r. , ; xioomson. , Mrs. J. M. Frasso of Keith' avenue left to-day for Claremont, N. H., to vis it a roster, while Mr. frasso has gone to Kingston, Ontario, for two weeks' uuch. uunuug. ' Miss Ora Tanguav was removed to her home on Becklcv hill Saturday after being confined to the tity hos pital for some time following an oper ation for appendicitis; Francis Griffin and Mr. and Mrs Alexander McKenuie of Beckley street passed the week end in St. Johnsbury. J hev were accompanied on the trip by Charles Lynch of that place, who had been vwitmg at the McKenzie home, , Mr. Ferguson, the service mechanic for the Stromberg carburetor, will be at Harvey & Mowers, at the Barre garage, on Monday and Tuesday to give frea service on any Stromberg car buretor. Come and tell him your trou bles. adv. ' C, M. Leith. George Carle, Albert Dowers and ilfred Lovie of the U. M. Leith Tracking company, engaged at present in hauling potatoes from East Topsham and vicinity to Woods ville. passed the week end at their homes in this city. Ten rows and bull, pair of horses with harnesses free, with a 150 acre farm, miles from Barre and about the same from Montpelier. As fine build- ngs a you ran easily find and sure to please you. (me of the best farms in the county, wood enough to pay for place. Plenty of hay to winter stock nd quantity of dry wood included. Someone will make money on this. Spe cial price for quick sale only f 4,875, with a payment of $I.aou cown. J-ee us at once. The D. A. Terry Real Estate agency. adv. PLAIN FIELD Make the date. Friday evening. Oct. 4, at south schoolhouse. Mothers' club sale. Fishpond for the kiddies. Ice cream and homemade candies. Sale of aprons, children's dre.es. blouses and useful articles. No admission. All come. adv. SOUTH BARRE High-class movies, singing and danc ing, music by Landi's four-piece orches tra, Washington, Tuesday, Oct 3. James Bennett, soloist. adv. Card of Thanks. We desire to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to our friends and neighbors' for their words of sym pathy and kindness etxended to us in our sorrow and also for the marry beau tiful flowers. Mrs. Alta Richard.on, John E. Richardson, Charles W. Richardson, Mrs. A. L. Forger, Tcarl M. Richardson. TALK OF THE TOWN World's fair, Tunbridge, Oct. 3-4-5. See large adv. page 2. adv.' Special valuea in fur coats at Morse's fur ale Monday and Tuesday. adv. For cement and brick work call Leel, 53 Pleasant street, 'phone 276-8. adv. . S. H. Maynnrd of Burlington was a week-end business visitor iu thi city. C O, Sweet of East Hardwick passed the week end. with friends in this city. Mrs. Douglas B. Woodworth of Bow ton arrived in the city late last eve- llllg. . , -.. . , :, , A. R. Landry of Hartford Center is passing a few days in Barre on busi ness. . . '.... r P. A. Griffith of Bennington "passed the week end on a business visit in this city. Louis Rosenthal of Norwich univer sity passed the week end with friends in this city. Howard Townsend of Hardwick passed the week end'' visiting 'with friends in this city. Two new Ford touring cars for sale, run. less than 75 miles, , See H. V. Cutler & Son adv. - A. Charland of Manchester, N! H., ar rived in the city last evening for an ex' tended business visit. H. N. Browne arrived in the city yes- terday from Newport, where he has been passing the summer. Walter Nash of the Nash company store left Saturday for Boston on a business visit in the interests of the company. ' . - , - Henriettc Archambault arrived iifthe city yesterday from Montreal to re main with relatives and friends on Mer chant street. . - Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Firth of Man chester, X. H., were week-end visitors in this city while on a motor trip through the state. ' Mrs. A. Ewen of Graniteville arrived in the city yesterday from Bethlehem, N. JH., where she has been employed during the summer months. , The Union Clothing - company and Union Dry Goods store were closed to day on account of the Jewish holidays which are now being observed. Mrs, Ina Deans arrived home here yesterday from the Sinclair house, at Bethlehem, N. H., where she has been employed during the summer months. Mr. Ferguson, the service mechanic for the Stromberg carburetor, will be at Harvey 4 Mower's, at the Barre garaga, on Monday and Tuesday to give free service on any Stromberg car buretor. Come and tell him your trou bles. adv. MET AT WATERBURY. To-morrow night's the time, the Con gregational church the place, where you want to get your paper, the annual harvest feast. Read the list of gd tilings to be served (on page 8) and th remarkably low price and then" bring the family ,adv. Marquis de Lafayette Chapter, D. A. R., Assembled on Saturday, Sept. 30. The Marquis de Lafayette chapter, D, A. R., met last Saturday afternoon in Waterbury at the home of Mrs. J. B. Eldridge. The beautiful weather lured many daughters from both Barre and Montpelier who thoroughly enjoyed the program presented, as well as the auto ride, both going and coming. The meeting was opened in the usual manner followed by considerable busi ness. One name was voted on and unan imously elected to membership. Ex tracts from the president general's let ters to the magazine were road by the historian pro tern, The regent, Mrs. L. W. Hanson, outlined future policies for the chapter and expressed, her great pleasure at the large number present at this, the first meeting of . the year. Letters were voted to be sent to various shut-in members, including an auto graph letter to Mrs. A. if. Blanchard, who was severely injured the day be fore in an auto accident. The following were elected to -repre sent the chapter at the state D. A. R. conference to be held in Rutland Oct. 12, Mrs. Lv W, Hanson, regentj dele gates, Mrs. N. A. Goodwin, Mr. G. B. Walton, Mrs Ra.lph Putnam of Water bury, Mrs H. M. Farnham, Mrs. 8. H. Mills, Mrs. E. W, Bisbee and Mrs. Ar thur Campbell of. Barre; alternates, Mrs. J. R. Young, Mrs-. Nye Smith, Mrs. W. S. Smith, Mrs. C.'A. Kennedy, Mrs. Helen Brock Coburn. Mrs. IL J. Smith and Mrs. N. D. Phelps of Barre. Mra J. B. Eldridge, chairman of the hostess division, graciously greeted the ladies to Waterbury and presented the following program: Medley of patri otic songs, victrola; baritone solo with enVore, Prof. Willis; piano solo wth encore, Mrs. Florence Boyce Gale; ttA, "The Mothers ot.Wjtf and tne uaugn-1 ters of IWZ'l," .rtev. .Jolin u. l'nnce, pas tor of the Waterbury Congregational church; soprano solo with encore, Miss Nellie Griffith, Mrs. D. W. Cooley ac companist. ' Too much praise cannot be given for the splendid quality of. the program. The talk by Rev. Prince was one of the most interesting to which the chapter has ever listened, and a rising vote of thanks was given him for it. A social hour followed during which dainty refreshments were served by the following hostesses: Mrs. J. B. El dridge, Mrs. Ralph Putnam, Mrs. P. J. Davis, Mrs. G. W. Morse, Mrs. E. A. Stanley, Mrs. J. C. Smith, C. C. War ren, Mrs. F. E. Atkins, Mrs B. R. De merett, Mrs. K. E. Campbell, Mrs. J. P. Moody, Mrs. E. F. Palmer, Mrs. C. D. Robinson and Mrs. H. C. Whitehill. Union Dry Goods Co. Service Satisfaction RUSSIA PROTESTS. BETHEL Mr. and Mrs. Arch Batchelder of Plaiufleld and Ralph Dewey of Fram- ingham, Mass., have been visiting Mrs. Guy Wilson and she ha gone with them to Framinghara for a visit. . Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Thompson of Springfield are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. S. KimbalL Nelson At wood and family ofpring- field are visiting at H. J. Turner's. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bass were called to. Brattleboro yesterday by the death of Mrs, Bass' sister, Mrs. Ada E. Niles, who died in Medford, Mass., after an illness of ten days from a paralytic shock. The funeral was held to-day in Brattleboro. Mr. Basa will go from there on a business trip to New York and Trenton. , Walter A. BatcheWer. who ha been working a month or more in New Hatnp hire, moved his amiiyl from town Saturday. Recent guests at Fa X. Chapman were Mrs. Minnie Kelehcr and her son. Clyde Carter, who returned to Boston Thursday, Orlando L. Martin of Tlain- ld. who was there over night the sanw day; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wil son and Miss Ella ilson of ( litton, N. J., who are here for two weeks. i ' Faint Praise. What do you think!" said a little boy to his mother. "Mf teacher has been praising me to-day.' "What did be aay to you, t name 7 "Well, he said nothing to me. but he said to the next boy: "You're the most good-for-nothing boy in the class -even Charlie behaves better than you." Strav Stories. World's fair, Tunbridge, Oct. See large adv. page 2. adv. . 3 4. Against the Blockade of the Dar danelles.. -! Moscow, Oct. 2, (By the Associated Press), Tlhfc soviet Russian government has sent a note to England, France and Italy protesting against the blockade of the Dardanelles and insisting upon the removal of all restrictions to the free passage of trading ships through the astraits. The note says ftie manner in which England is "endeavoring to control foreign seas and territory" shows in difference, to the interests of Russia and other Black sea stales. . , "The blockade," it says, .howg that the countries which are not interested in the Black sea trade but which in sist upon controlling .it by military forces will always be a threat against restoration of the peaceful economic life of the Black sea countries. " 'Freedom of the atraitV for which Europe is preparing new bloodshed means onl a free hand for the entente to force the blockade at anytime under any pretext, thus cutting off the Black sea ports from the world." "The Russian government stands for freedom of the straits, ,but for such freedom as will give free passage to trading ships and which will free the straits and the Black aea of all mili tary forces. ' "The blockade has no effect upon the economic life of England and. the al lies. Its only effect is upon the econom ic life of the Black sea states. The light ness wit hwhich the English authori ties are managing foreign seas and ter ritory clearly indicates their indiffer- i ence toward th einterests of the Black i seas countries "Therefore, the Russian government herewith insists upon removal of the blockade and all limitations interfer ing wilh the free passage of trading ships through the Dardanelles, which are being enforced by England and the allies. Coats Coats Coats Such an Assortment Such Values We are so pleased with the results of our pur chases that we can hardly wait to show you. i- ' . ' , ' , . Every new material is here, in either the plain Tailored Coats, or the Novelty Coats. There are Fur-collared Goats Mannish plaid back Polaires The style you "want, the size you want at the price you want is here. . But make your selection early gUnion Dry GoodsCompanyJ Soft Coal for Domestic Use We are now able to furnish you with a specially prepared size of Soft Coal for household use at a reasonable price. ( , We advise burning soft coal or wood as much as possible owing to the shortage of hard coal. Phone 450 Calder & Richardson Depot Square sS2 EAST BARRE High-class movies, singing and danc ing, music by Landi's four-piece orches tra, Washington, Tuesday, Oct. 3. James Bennett, soloist. adv. . Not Choice but Stimulating. "Laughter, tome one says, is the wine of Jife." "Vin ordinaire, most of it." Boston Transcript. ir.Mi JH Helps you reach the goal of Health. CITY BAKERY R.'1 'H . . . . . 1 LX- MALI oKLhu The Woman's Ready-to-Wear Shop Fall for 11 OSS Misses Advertising is the Sunlight of Business To all that is healtKy and vital ; in business, it means increased ; ; ' strength and growth ; but ad vertising is a fierce heat which f withers and consumes that , which is unsound. . -A business which' is not a tf good business should not be f advertised. A business which would not benefit from wide- , spread appreciation of its ( deals had better acquire a new set of ideals. Publiabed by the Barre Daily - Times, in co-operation with The American Association of Advertising Agencies. Truly fashion glorifies youth this Fall! There's youth in every stitch of smart Silk and Cloth Frocks with their colorful embroideries. Utility Coats of English Coating have gay plaid backs. There isn't a dullTnoment in Misses' Apparel af fairs. '' FROCKS, SUITS, WRAPS, BLOUSES, MILLINERY, SWEATERS, SKIRTS, HOSIERY. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Seven reasons why you should always use Winchester Shell 1. New Winchester primer with the fish tail flash the most successful primer made. Concentrate the fash and in tensifies He power. - 2. Brass base of highest quality metal in sures strength and safety. - 3. Powder of standard brands tested for uniformity and performance. 4. Improves Winchester Trestic - wadding provides efficient control of the gas blast. 5. Every shot pellet perfect in sire and de gree of hardness. 6. Crimp of the right hardness. 7. Waterproofed paper tub retains uniform shooting qualities. For hsH hitting, evenly distributed shot patterns alwsjs get Winchester ladr or Kepeater sheila. We hae the right Inad. C W. Avcrill & Company the 7VArCffSTJl stors ft r; a y5 j:"V- t' '. : ' I.