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THE BARKE DAILY TIMES, BAIIRE, VT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1022.
i 9 a Make your Gifts for This Christmas f Practical and what could be more practical than a piece of furniture for the home? ,We have a gift suggestion for every member of the family. ' B. W. Hooker & Co. "If you need Furniture bad, you need it good." TALK OF THE TOWN Pay a visit to tlie tea room Dee. 8, ; Quarry Hank hall, O. E. 8. fair. n-tv. j Nurses' dunce in Quarry Bank hull I Wednesday, Dec. 13. Carroll's orehes- j tra. . '..'; Mrs. Flora Jones of Tunbridga was at the City hospital for radium treat- ment yesterday. I Miss Annie Hucli Brian of Watarbtiry in spnding a couple of days la the city visiting inends. Squawkcrs, dolls and dyinjf thicken for the kiddie at Blueberry Corner ! fair, Dec. 8. adv. A on, John Richard, was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Ohlin of 2d Webster street on Nov. 30. Mr. Elizabeth Fraser, R. N, enm menced work this morning for Dr. A. H. Smith of Keith avenue. Regular meeting of the A. O. H. Thursday evening: at 7:30 o'clock. Basinen of , iniportance.--advV ; J. P.j McGrath,- labor manager for the Granite ' Manufacturers' 'aaocia turn, arrived in the city yesterday on a business visit. ? W, Jackson and Alex Duncan of TALK OF THE TOWN Ss.N.D.PtelpsCo.jsi Tubb's Snowshoes and Skis for all members of the family. Genuine Flexible Flyer Sleds for the girl and one of our Jumpers for that boy. Shop early before our assortments are broken. Remember our 5 per cent Cash Register Slips 'Phones 28 and 29, Barre, Vt. I BETHEL RADIO Picture yourself cuddled in a library chair, a cold win ter's night, listening to some Operatic Stars, 500 miles away, singing the Sextette from Lucia or pulling up the parlor rug to dance, if you will, to the latest hits being played by a famous Jazz Orchestra in some distant city, . Sporting and Political news of the moment, Lectures, Weather Reports, Services a'Sunday evening: all these are yours to listen to by a simple turn of a knob on your Radio Receiving Set If you have one. ! And if you haven't it's time you had. But when yon buy, make sure you get one that every member of your family. can enjoy and operate; one that will give you a clear, voluminous tone ; one that will stand up. ; Get one of REYNOLDS & SON - A Family Christmas Present. Daniel Wilson, High School Senior, Ap pointed to Annapolis. Principal Dafris announced in chapel yesterday at the high school that Dan iel Wilson, a member of the senior class, had been appointed by Se.iator Carroll S. Page to a U. S. naval acad emy scholarship as the result of an examination in which , fifteen young men participated at JSortliflaki recent ly. Two others of the fifteen wcra ap pointed to the U, S. military academy, Mrs, Marcia Woodward of South Tunbridge is visiting . her dauglite, Mrs. C. F. Shepard. ; V. V. if aine ol houth Koyalton was a j business visitor yesterday. i Candidates for places on the hiuh i school boys' and girls' basketball team are engaged in frequent practice. There i is some promising new material as well as a fair remnant from last year. Mrs. Charles M. Come is much better, following an attack of illness la-.t week. . - . ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mervine t.f Stramlnbtirg, 'a were at tho Ba-.com I house yesterday. , ; j Mrs. Hannah Cutler, aged 83 yuars, has gone to spend the winter with rcl- atives in Gaysville, I Mrs. Susan E. Chase, her grandson, j Berry Chase, and Jesse T. Moody, as ! ehautfeur, started yesterday in Mrs. Chase's Buick limousine for St. Peters-1 burg, Fla., where they will spend the . winter. This will be their second sea son at that place. this city returned home thi morning, after attending a meeting ol Udl j; el lows in Burlington. Mr. William Dickie returned yester day to her home in East Bam, after having received treatment at the City hospital for the past three days. Barre Woman's club. Quarry Bank hall, Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 8 o'clock. Middlebury college glee club. ft. con cert of unusual excellence. -adv. John Lucehina of 3 High Holboni street returned yesterday from Sain ton, N. Y., where he has been em ployed for the past three month. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jew ctt of East Montpelier will be inter- i ested to hear that they are the par- ents of a nine-pound daughter. Mrs. Jewett was former Miss Florence Mackia. , , Reports from local weather sham John D. Shea arrived in the city yes terday from Boston on a business visit." Dancing at Blueberry Corners fair, Jacob's orchestra, Dec. 8, Quarry Bank hull. adv. H. A. Lewis of Burlington was a business visitor in the city yesterday and to-day. The proceeds of the nurses' danca in Quarry. Bank hall Dec. 13 will be used in painting tho dormitory, ' ,... Regular meeting of the A. 0. II. Thursday evening at 7:30 ! o'clock. Business of importance. adv. Ralph P. Shaw of Bethel, who has been the guest of A. L. Averill for the past few day, returned home to day. . F. F. Northrun, who ha been vis iting In the city for the past few days, left , yesterday .' for Brockton, ,Massl, where he will Visit for a time with his son before returning . to Rensselaer, N. Y., where he makes his borne. Angel Truha, well-known in the granite industry here as a foreman and manufacturer, has gone to Kansas City, Mo., where he has received an appointment a superintendent of the 'J. P. Gilman granite plant. The shed is one of the largest in that district and Mr. Truba will have full charge of, it. . , Representatives of the H. A. Man ning Co. are in the city distributing the new Barre and Montpelier direc tory. New features which will be noted are the different colored papers nsed in different sections of the directory, which enable one-to open directly to the particular section which they wish to use. Also Barre is placed in hei front of the book thi year. Dere editurj AH us old timers Is gom tew show the publik haow thing was dun in the old time distrik skuir. The skule teacher is goin to be a well non karakter an noa his bistness. The teacher's pet and the bad boy is goin state that the mercury touched the J tew fcrnish lots of fun and the fore zero mark early this morning, it be- iyeer old boy is big for his but he ing slightly colder than the tempera-! spceks gud fer Won so yung. B' sure ture of the day before. Just-before 'fen kum an' bring yer friends an1 all 7 this morning thermometers on the the kids. Blueberry Korners Fare As-- high points of the city registered only eiashun. adv. two above. , , . ., , .. . Checker sharps all over the uty are There Is to be a meeting of the enthused over the game being played board of directors and district chair-. between experts In this city and those man of the Granite Manufacturers' a- j of North Strafford, N. H. Many of sedation at the association rooms to-(the city business and professional men morrow morning. ' Preparations will are passing their leisure hours aver probably be made at this time, for the the checker board figuring out the annual meeting to be held next daily moves which are sent to their op- Wednesday. ponents by mail. The game is being conducted in one of the local hard At least one local orchestra will j war, itor ,nd interet is unusually feel tho effects of the new Canadian jtMn over tj,e mutch,' ruling that American orchestras will ( not be allowed to enter the province of i The regular meeting of Harmon re- Quebec to play for dances. It ia nn-jview, No. I, wa held Sri K. of, P. hall MONTPELIER Pianola sed organ for sale; cash or time. 132 Main street.- adv. - W.- R. Buck of Bnrlngton was in tiie city on business on Wednesday. John E. .Weeks of Middlebury,' direc tor of state institutions, was in, the city yesterday. James Murtagh i at his home in this city for a furlough from Uio U. S. 8. North Dakota, on which he is stationed at the present time. The North Dakota js in Brooklyn harbor. Dr. L. II. Adams is acting as head of the state livestock department in the absence of Dr. A. J. DeFossett, ' " Sherman Somerville'and son have re turned to their home in Nort.itk'ld alter visiting relatives in the city. ; Word has been received' from Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Warren, residenta of Montpelier, who are spending th winter in Toccoa , Stephens county, Ga., that they are well pleased with the climatic conditions of the south, the weather being likened to our June temperature. ; , j Used piano for sale; cash or time. 132 Main street. adv. j 0. A.. Goodham of North Montpelier has reported to the secretary of state a collision between his automobile and one driven by L. J. Russell of Barre ! near the Rogers home on the Barre road in East Montpelier Nov. 30. The damage he gives a $15 to his car and , $35 to the other car. ' j Governor James Hartness left yes-' terday for Burlington. The home of Mrs. Ruth Kelley on Liberty street was the scene last eve ning of a very pretty miscellaneous shower given by the girls of the sec retary of state's office to Miss Mabel E. Davis in honor of her approaching marriage to William H. Morrill of this city. The dining room wa beauti fully decorated in orchid, the gifts be ing suspended from an orchid crepe paper parasol in the center of the-ta- i ble and little orchid basket for each guest. There were twenty-four girls present. The' evening was pleasantly passed playing bridge. Miss Davis re ceived many pretty and useful gifts. 188 N.Main Barre, Vt slNash Co. The Daylight Store This store is now brim full of beautiful .and practical things for Yuletide. The Christmas Store in invites you to come and see the preparations that .have been made to assist you your gift selections. Especially the Children will be interested in Toyland and grown folks, too, for that matter. ' Gifts Gifts of Handkerchiefs of Jewelry of Leather Good3 of Toilet Goods of Stationery of Candles of Bric-a-Brac .' of Baskets of Umbrellas of Hosiery of Gloves of Underwear of Bathrobes of Bath Robe Blankets of Kimonos of Overblouses - of Aprons of Sweaters -of Boudoir Caps of Infants' Wear of Infants' Novelties of Fancy Linens t of Towels and Sets of Scarf Sets We Do Dyeing FURS We uteam Plush Coats We are prepared to do any kind of remodeling and re pairing of Furs and Fur Coats. We have a full line of Fur Trimmings and Linings for Ladies' and Men's Coats in stock. Work done in a reasonable length of time. AH work guaranteed. : ' Open evenings. ' - Walter Krinovitz Tailor and Furrier. Eastman Blk, Over Littlcfleld's Music Store. 1 182 N. Main St 'Phone 192-J. x ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES Ready For The Pan fish - fish - fish l TTAT TRTTT nor Tt . 7. ft HADDOCK and COD, per lb 18c and 20c FRESH HERRING, per lb .15c SMELTS, per lb ........ ...35c MACKEREL, per lb , .25c FLOUNDERS, per lb ...12c CUSK, per lb ....ISc SALMON, per lb ..: .'..... .35c SWORDFISH, per lb .30c ROES, per lb ... . . , 25c FINNAN HADDIES, per lb 20c KIPPERED HERRING, 3 for. '....23c Clams, Oysters, Shrimp. WASHINGTON Mr. and Mr. J. P. Lawler and daugh ter, Velma, spent Thanksgiving witJi her mother, Mrs.. Jennie" Hamel, in minnem. Maroni Johnson is visiting his moth er, after being away for some time. Lawrence Seaver, is driving stage for te ivnimey. -i Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Stanley motored to Burlington Friday, returning Kat-urday. j Regular meeting of Washington grange, No. 2(iH, Friday night. First and second degree to be conferred on a clans. Kent Sunday morning at the Univer salist church in Washington, the pastor. Rev. C. A. Simmons, will preaeh sir mo nupon the theme, "What Made Abraham Truly Great t" Everyone is invited to thi service, Sunday achool at noon. j Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Allard and '. daughter, Sybil of Windsor, were guests of his smter, Mrs. C A. Sminona, and ! family on Thanksgiving day. They xe ' mained until Sunday afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Stanley is reported on the i au k list. ; au owners or kun issue ot war , savings certificates are notified that jthey mature on Jhji. 1, 1923, and that ' no interest w ill be paid after that date. These are subject To a cash pay ment on Jan. 1, IWZi or to exchange for ot.her government securities, Ap plication for payment ore exchang may be made prior to Jan. 1, and it is urgently requested that all owners of the certificate desiring payment or exchange present them for this pur pofe at the earliest possible late. Registered certificates will be paid or exchanged only through the postoflke of registration. Unregistered eertifl atea may be paid or exchanged at any ' money order potoflice, or are redeemed by certain banks and trust companies. Special communication of Granite lodge, Xo. 55, A. M,, Friday, Pec. , at 7 y. r.i. Ixidge of instruction. Per or der W. M. derrtood that the provision is for the last evening with a large attendinoc. protection of Canadian orchestra teams j Beven applications were ballots! on which are still in their Infancy, and six new names received for mem bership. The following oftVtts were About 200 person attended the fair elected for ths eomlmr Tears Commitnd- and supper hold by the I'niveraalists j er Xellie Bianchi; licntenant-com-at their church last evening. Attrac-1 mander, Frances Simsj past eommand tively decorated booth displayed ar- er, Margaret Smith) chaplain, Mar- tide of fancy work, food and candy. mret Carroll j record keeper, May Al Governor Hartness speaks to-day in Burlington at a large farm bureau meeting. C. J. Carleton, K. J. and liar old. Dwinell were among the Washing ton county men who attended, leaving yesterday. E. S. Brigham, state commissioner of agriculture, is attending a. meeting of the National Association of Commis sioner of Agriculture in Wash'ruton, IX C, and ia to speak on "Live Stock In'sease Control." . Coal Tax Sustained. rise in the price of coul, assuming that ' If Kcnaor La Follrtte's idea were ! the amount s-ld does not decline. It to prevail about now, Congress could i very profitable tax to the Penn m mediateiy pass an act declaring null Puane Proctor. Sprague left yesterday-. fr The chicken-pie supper, which was pre pared and served entirely by the men of the church, was as appetising a feast as anyone could wish for, and the men showed themselves to be ex pert In the culinary art. The liooths were in charge of the following ladies; domestic booth, which displayed canned goods, jellies, vegetables, etc., Mrs. John C. Dodge, Mrs. B. II. Grif fith, Mrs. Cassiu Camp; fancy work Iwoth, Mrs. George McFarland, Mrs, K. M. Tobin, Mrs. John Tassie, Mrs. Harriet Whitcomb, Mrs. Fred A. Slay ton and Mrs. Maud Payne j apron booth, Mrs. Agne Bradford and Mra. Lillie Bruce; fancy apron booth, Mrs. Grant Lane, Mr. Paul Lcavitt. Mrs. Agnes Scott, Mrs. Mark Cutler and Mrs. Will Holden; candy booth, Mrs. Ueorge Gorman, .Miss Blanche Spauld A timetable rack ha been installed in the Central Vermont station lor the convenience of travelers. Roland E. Stevens of the state board of control and Frank Barber of the budget committee made an inveRiiga tion of the office of the commUo'ier of industries this morning. In probate court, the Northflold Trust company has settled it linal account as administrator of the estate of Stanislas Provost, late of Northliel.i. William Hcott Smith lias been appoint ed executor of the last will and teta- ment of Peter 1). Thorn, late of Harre City. Isaac 8. Tabor has been appoint- arlmf nlaif tn At Ka isi vinn n( la estate of Shubal B. Fair, late of Cal ais. Bertha H. Whitney haa settled her British Ship Reported to Be On Their final account as administratrix of the lenj lady-at-arma, Annie Gerard) col lector, Florence Veale; sergeant, Flor ence Marin; captain -a t-guard, Mamie Rohbins; sentinel, Agnes Angevin; picket, Ruth Anderson; muiciau, Ma dine Paton; rolorbearers, Goldie Rae side, Bella Darling. svlvania state treasury to-day with coal selling higher than ever at the mouth of the mine by reason of the recent strike. The tax if in principle subversive s decisions would be pop- j of that equalization of economic op winter in the state that portunity which should obtain and void tiie Lmted Mates supreme court's decision declaring constitution al the Pennsylvania tax on anthracite coal. Probably congressional review of the court's ularized this need anthracite for heatins purposes, throughout the Lnited states. Ths Yet the court's decision will stand, x points 5n the wrong direction, to and it would even be fatal to our form wit, arbitrary exactions, and exclu f government to have it reversed by ' privileges based on territorial pos mere act of Congress. It is easy to j session of valuable natural resources see that in exercising such power Con- . e"ential to the welfare of the na gress would be moved mainly by no- j tion at large. It violates in spirit that ... . . . . . i e i r i. i . it . i i litical considerations just a the sev. .iuui m uaue ros ine otmnaar- eral states would be moved by selfish considerations if they could nullify a supreme court decision. The decision in the present case, however, fastens a hardship upon ev ery consumer of hard coal outside of Pennsvhania, which collects the tax. When the tax was originally levied by the state it was estimated that it would produce over $10,A00,000 a vear for the Pennsylvania treasury. ips of the state which is implicit in the commercial basi of the Union. It passes as a revenue tax, yet it may be so abused as to bring to Pennsyl" vania a toll on the fuel of the whole country. Springfield Republican. GRANITEVILLE Mr. and Mrs. George Harding left to- GOING TO AID KAYSER. Way, Boston, Dec. 7, Radio message picked up here to-day- indicated that the British steamer Tyrrhenia, bound from Liverpool for Boston and New York , waa proceeding to the assistance of the German steamer He in rich Kavser reported in need of assistance last mjf, au-. tv. l uavison, ,nss i.ena ;,i,, son mile. .,..t .f f.n. t. Ti,- Heaver, Mrs. Gerald Brock, Mrs. Mabel i Tfrk ... t mil fmn rv,u vri v-nu Ri.,..t..j. ....!.'": r- ""V estate of Harlow A. Northflcld. Whitney, late of Barre grange booth, displaying miscel-17 laneous articles, Mr. John Worcester I for Bremen and Ilambunr. I .L.s il Th M",K,n w" Bot Temperatures of aero, were reported this morning. Michael J. Cohan and Jamea Brown ie went to Burlington to day on mat ters connected with the veterans' bu reau. The budget committee will return on Monday to continue It consideration Inasmuch as it is an ad valorem tax day for Hartford, Conn., after spending of one and one-half per cent, the a week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Al state'a revenue will increase with the drich. and Mrs. M. L. Towne. The eampfke I The Tyrrhenia aent word by wire- WWMmm I ill tZWM i m.- m fc it girls also operated a "grab-bag" in the form of a Christmas tree, with arti cles attached thereto. The fair will continue to be held this afternoon and evening, a feature of the evening' en tertainment being a plsr, "Spreading the News." given by students of God dard seminary. less to-day to the roast guard cutter Acusbnet which also was proceeding to the aid of the Heinrieb Kayer, that the Tyrrhenia tied not heard from the Kay er since 8 o'clock last night. It was added that the Tyrrhenia waa still some distance from the position gven by the German steamer. continued to-day. W1LL1AMSTOWN Moving pictures, grange hall, Satur day night. Paramount feature, "Tsp- py Kicks;" Pathe news and two-reel j comedy. Dancing after pictures. adv. t Kesrular meet i nor of V Tl 15 , , U'U O. O. M., Thnr-dsy, X 1W T .IT. n. l'rl. EAST BARRE Regular meeting of Wuchoeen tribe, No. l, I. O. R. M, nmrsday eve ning at 7:30. Nominatian of chiefs. The Victrola is the Talking Machine Supreme Look Around YouandSee the Evidence of This This is Vermont's largest music store, and recognized lo cal . headquarters for VICTROLAS and VICTOR RECORDS. 52c j Dairy Butter, per lb j The W. D. Smith Company, Inc. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TO RENT Win Wr ttrrr'w rvrml o- Tl. TS-R. 24t YOXTKa rOUPLK-Would tw tar. M Irawd rmra tar liirht kauakpri his; call S7S-M. I ill WANTTO A Mm for" tw rhilirm. bnr 11 mnd riH a. to" tb frw mtm,xhr- I will o, tr bsmrtt. a mart tx mmi,1: writ wr inaiiirv at Mr. L. WiU tt. M H&trjMuWr Mrrrv. Box 14. -ItU' CHETSTMAS TRTKS. nt tni .WiwrtJ. A. W. ,m4 Mr.. J. T. Nam, imr i'twi,' ! usUi. Btm. TH. -M. .;.-. ! v.vriv w . w t We have on dis play every type of VICTROLA from $25 to $375. A visit to our warerooms will help you decide which VICTROLA you want I BUY YOUR VICTROLA HERE Where you have the advantage of hearini all styles and sizes, one after the other. Give a VICTROLA and be sure that it i a genuine VICTROLA. Look for the name under the lid. ' TERMS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR POCKETBOOK Iittlefield Piano Co., Inc. (Formerly Bailey's Music Rooms) TeL 399-W. THE HOUSE OF 3IUSIC Give an EVERSHARP for Christmas WHEN you buy an Eversharp you get a pencil that is always ready to write smoothly, easily and legibly. And Eversharp gives lifelong service. For, like your tvatch, it is designed with jeweler precision. We have Eversharps in all styles, in silver and gold, chased and plauu We sell the genuine Eversharp. The name ia cn the pencil. WmSBABP 93 Cummings & Lewis Druggists FOR FRIDAY FRESH LAKE BULL POUTS, lb .35c FRESH SMELTS, lb .33c FRESH HADD or COD, per It) .20c Boned, per tb .25c FRESH SALMON, per lb S5c FRESH HADDIES, per lb 20c HALIBUT, Eastern chicken, lb 50c HALIBUT, Western, lb 33c ROES, per lb .23c Shrimp, Lobsters. Clams, Oysters, Scallops, Shell Clams, Shell Oysters. THE F. D. LADD CO. i r m Trmir wort, ... .8 By3