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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1912. .
NEW WASH GOODS
ia ftance
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i 01 iraniping, tut If
For tramping, for
all kinds of out-of-
dooring,. this Gun Metal
Oxford is sure to please.
Comes also in Patent Kid,
Military heel and medium
round toe. Lots of style
and snap to it.
Come in and ee thit, and ihe '
other La France ttylet, loo.
S3! to $51
The !. Fftnce Fleilble WK f Wm
ftbolut comfort nd perfect ht
Lawns, per yard,
10c to 25c
Batiste (colored), yard
Bordered Lawn, yard
18c
Voiles, per yard
25c to 29c
Bordered Voiles, yard
59c
Stripe Voiles, per yard
35c
Whip Cords, per yard
35c
Oymah Silk, per yard
25c
Wash Silks, per yard
75c
Scotch Ginghams, yard
25c
32-inch B. B. Gingham,
Per yard, 15c
Bates Gingham, yard v
New Percales, yard
10tol2c
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1912.
Weather Forecast.
Fair to-night; probably frost. Wednes
day fair; moderate .westerly winds.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Notice Ask for the Berkeley Underwear Style Book, free,
illustrating practical and beautiful underwear fashions
The Homer Fitts Company, Barre
"New garments every day"
TALK OF THE TOWN
A shave is a pardonable luxury when
received at Miens' sanitary shop.
New line of neckwear just received at
. II. Rogers & company's clothing store.
F. A. Abbott of St. .lohnsbury was
among the business visitors in the city
to-day. .
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Perry will leave
to-night for Detroit, Mich., where they
will remain several days. To-morrow
night a party of eight or more automo
bile men and chauffeurs will also leave
tor the Michigan automobile center and
sometime next Friday the entire party
will Btart for Vermont with some eight
or ten Ford automobiles. The Pony
Automobile company, which represents
the Ford firm in this section, ban placed
twenty machines which cannot be deliv
ered owing to delayed shipments. Re
lieving that the automobiles promised
nould be secured quicker by bringing
them to Barre over the road, the com
pany will send along its chauffeurs to
run the runabouts and touring cars over
the 733 odd miles between Detroit and
Barre.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Board of Trade day Thursday.
I.atewt styles in parasols at Abbott's.
The summer quarterly of the Pictorial
Review is now on sale at the Barre Book
tore.
Standard patterns are moving fast.
Get a summer stylo book now. A pat
tern free at Perry's.
Ralph Nerny, who has been visiting
friends on Maple avenue for the past
few days, returned to his home it
Quiiicy, Mass., last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus G. Fowler of
Worcester, Mass., arrived in the city yes
terday to remain for a few days on busi
ness connected with their real estate in
terests in this vicinity.
The harp to be used by Madam Hilda
Cardini in "David, the Shepherd Boy," is
said to be an exceptionally fine-toned in
strument, having cost $1,300. Remember
the date, AVednesday evening, May 13,
Admission 23 cents.
"Your Daddy Did the Same Thing 50
Years Ago," '"Brass Band Ephram Jones,"
"In All My Dreams I Dream of You,"
"That Dramatic Rag," "Honey Man,''
"Whose Lovin' Darlin' Are You!" "If
Every Star Was a Little Pickaniny,"
etc., any piece for 15 cents a copy at
the Vermont Fruit Store.
TALK OF THE TOWN
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Robert Butler of Burlington was
among the business visitors in this city
to-day.
J. B. Scofield of Rochester, X. Y., wa
among the business visitors in the city
to-day.
George F. Leavitt of Worcester, Mass.,
was a visitor in the city to-day as the
guest of (Jeorgn X. Tilden.
J. F. MeOurdy of Boston, traveling
freight agent for the Rock Island lines,
is spending a few days in this city on
business.
,W. J. Jones of Washington street,
who was called to Hyde Park by the.
death of a relative, returned to Barre
this forenoon.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to all the neighbors and friends
for their assistance and sympathy dur
ing our recent bereavement, also for the
many beautiful flowers sent at the fu
neral. W. G. Thompson and family.
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New Dress Shirts, 50c, $1.00, $1.50, withTJnion Label.
Underwear Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 50c, with Union label. X
Underwear Union Suits, $1.00, $1.50, with Union Label.
Men's Hose (all colors) ISC, 2 for 25c, and 25c a pair, with Union Label. ?
Men's Work Shirts, with Union LabeL X
Men's Work Shoes, with Union Label.
Men's Dress Shoes and Oxfords, with Union Label.
Men's Soft Hats, Derbys and Caps, with Union Label.
Men's Work and Dress Pants, with Union Label.
Men's Collars and Ties, with Union LabeL
oMen's Overalls and Frocks with Union Label.
Suits from $10 to $22
Don't forget W. S. Peck & Co., Syracuse, are the
makers of the famous "Peck Clothing" which we spe
cialize and every garment bears the Union Label.
Come in and look we mean business:
I F. E. CUTTS & COMPANY
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Corner Main and Pearl Sts.
Telephone Call, 344-W
Next Door to Dreamland.
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New Wearables for
Spring
You will find it to your in
terest to carefully inspect our
offerings before buying your
clothes.
We wish every man in
Barre would see our superb
line of New Wearables for
Spring.
New Suits
New shades, new patterns,
new models, suits that are
hand tailored in a manner
that means sure satisfaction
for you, $7.50 to $30.00.
Frank Mc Whorter
COMPANY
Corset week at Vaughan's.
W. J. Upton of Concord, N. If., was
among the business visitors in the city
yesterday. ;
Fred Caron returned this morning from
Boston, where he has been visiting for
the past few weeks. .
t'. S. George of Clark street left this
noon for Moitaon, Mass.,""where he will
devote his time to farming.
Peter Mutch of Washington street left
yesterday on a business trip through the
southern part of the state.
Ralph Hayes, who has been spending a
few days at his home at Wnterbury
Center, returned to this city to-day.
L. Dana Bruce of Camp street began
work yesterday morning in the Smith &
Cumings store on North Main street.
Hidder Habeb left this afternoon on
an extended business trip by carriage
to Wahlen and IVaeham in the interests
of the American Clothing store.
Roderick Cameron of Washington
street, who. has been employed at Chel
sea for the past two weeks, returned
to his home in this city last night.
Toney Corey left this afternoon on a
protracted absence 'in the interests of
the American Clothing store. lie will
visit in Berlin, X. II., before returning
home.
Arthur II. Larochelle, a student nt
the Jefferson Medical college, Philadel
phia, who is passing the summer vaca
tion at his home on Railroad street, be
gan work this morning in D. F. Davis'
drug store.
As per schedule, the cold wave reached
Vermont this morning and in the wake
of a Severe electrical storm.- For the
space of half an hour last evening there
was a heavy rainfall, accompanied by
a falling temperature.
Nicholas (5, Mascott of the Barre
Candy kitchen left last night for Man
chester, N. H., where he will remain for
a few days' -visit with friends. During
his absence his place in the confectionery
store will be filled by Joseph Ricciarelli.
Monday's arrivals at the hotel Otis
were as follows: F. M. Abbott, St.
Johnsbury; f!. A. Colburn, Burlington j
Charles Jifeobseii, Waterford. Conn.;
Rollo Enrico, New York; Alexander
Smith. New, York; John Lavery. Rut
land; R. A. Sargent, Claremont, N. H.;
(U orge Sargent, Claremont, N. II.; James
Johnson, South Barre.
Miss Vera Abbott, who has been visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Ollivpr of (i len wood avemw for the
past few days, left this noon for Peach -am,
where she will visit as the guest of
her brother, Rev. Albert Abbott of that
place, for a few weeks. Miss Abbott
was accompanied by Mrs. Alhert Ab
bott, who has been passing a few days
at the home of her parents in this city.
One of the best comedy acts that has
been seen recently at the Pavilion was
presented there last night oy Kingsbury
and MaeDonald, the blackface comedy
musical act. This pair kept the audi
ence in convulsions or laughter tnrough
out their entire offering. Their act con
tains a number of surprise comedy
stunts that are aure-tire laugh producers.
Their musical numbers ar also good,
especially the violin numbers and the
triple-tongue cornet solo. The horns are
fitted with mutlling attachments which
give the cornet duet number a very
pleasing effect. The act is bound to
please all who like cniedy ami music.
W. J. Mills, the character-change artist,
presents an act that is novel, refined and
artistic. Ilia changes are made in full
view of the audience. A total of eight
characters are portrayed and the act
embraces both romedy and dramatic
numbers. Mr. Mills is the possessor of
a fine bass voice, and all of his changes
are accompanied by songs or dialogue.
Ilis character, "The Miser." and his ren
dition of the miser's song and dialogue
from "The Chimes of Normandv," was
one of his best numbers. Both reels of
pictures are excellent. Th one entitled
"The Turning Point" is well worth see
ing. It may be the means of saving
thousands of dollars frr people who are
anxious to invest their earnings in
schemes advertised to give big profits
from small investments. This picture
should teach a lesson to all who see it,
and it exposes a fraud that is being
practiced almost constantly on people
who have a limited amount of capital
which they wish to invest.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Board of Trade day Thursday.
Special silk values at Abbott's.
A good chamber woman and kitchen
womau wanted at Hotel Otis at once.
Walter II. Blake of Windsor was
among the business visitors in the city
yesterday.
The Presbyterian Swasticas are re
quested to meet in the church vestry this
evening (Tuesday) at 7 o'clock.
Harry Mollis of New York arrived in
the city last night for a few days' visit
with relatives on Brooklyn street.
B. W. Hooker & Co.'s aumbulance took
Kenneth Lawson. of Smith street to the
City hospital this forenoon for treat
ment. Jt was Mrs. Frank Trow of Trow
hill, who was operated on at the City
hospital last week, instead of Mr. Trow.
She is now recovering nicely from the
operation.
Mrs. John Bonnyman of Monrovia,
Cal., who accompanied the remains of
her husband to this city for burial Sat
urday night, went this noon to her for
mer home in Northfield for an extended
stay.
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LOW PRICES THIS WEEK ON 1
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Coals. 'arid Suits I
TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED.
FOR SALE A fnwsacd potatoes,
ton, 21 lilt-lauU ATenue.
E. Carle-6lt3
WANTED A good teamster. Apply to th.
SibsoD Quarry Company, East liarre. 6113
LOST A gold wateh, attached toa "K'ynoleU
& ISon" fob, (thl) Tuesday morning. Will tb
finder please return to Smith & Cumiiifri's
tor? 61t2
HOUSES AM) OXEN f OR SALE Fl8
heavy work harm; on pair of oxen, four
years old. The Orange Lumber Co., Orange,
Vt li. F. D. Ho. t, liarre, Vt. 61W
REAIUND
THEATRE
THE HOME OF REFINED PHOTOPLAYS
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"DIAMOND
RANCH
Absolutely the greatest picture of its
kind ever offered. The most thrill
ing and spectacular feats of dare
deviltry known to cowboys are here
given to the public, many of them
for the first time. See the cham
pion woman steer thrower of the
world, broncho-busting, bulldogging,
lassooing, the round-ups, wild rid
ing, etc. A picture of unexcelled
skill and excellence.
ALSO OTHER BIG FEATURES.
In other words, your choice of any Coat and Suit in
our store for $15.00; See display in our show window.
NEW PARASOLS I
A fine assortmen, at from 25c to $4.98 each. Come Hi
in and see them. '"."' j
Long Silk Gloves, at per pair, 50c, 75c and $1.00. i
Koyal Muslin Underwear, Corset Covers. Combina
tions, Robes and Skirts. New, fresh goods just opened.
You Will Find It Pays To Trade Here.
HENRY W. KNIGHT - Barre, Vt.
. Successor to Veale & Knight
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laldng a Big Noise!
in our Suit Department and want you to hear it.
The "William Rosman Suits with the Union Label are
all that could be asked lor in a garment : style, fit and
durability.
Ask any of our customers who has one, and you
will be a customer, too.
SUITS, $10.00 to $22,00.
THE UNION CLOTHING CO.
The BIG STORE with the BIG STOCK,
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BARRE OPERA HOUSE
FOX FATON, LM.
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Wednesday, May 15th
Regular meeting of
Iroquois tribe. No. Ill,
to-niglit at. 7:30 o'clock;
work. adoption and
chief degrees.
EAST BARRE.
Regular meeting of Wii
eliosen tribe, No. 19, Thtrra
day evening at 7:30. Work,
chief degree.
WELCOME TO "MY HERO"
The Chocolate
Soldier
THE WORLD'S GREATEST MUSICAL
ENTERTAINMENT
Music by Oscar Straus
Froduced with the l Strength of the
Whitney Opera Co.
Direction of F. C. Whitney
ORIGINAL COMPANY CF 80, INCLUD
ING SPECIAL ORCHESTRA OF 2S
Production of aeenic splendor. Fivo
hundred nights at the Casino Theatre,
New York.
Prices 50c, 75Cf H.OO and $1.50. Seat
on sale .Monday niglit. May 13, at 7
o'clock at Kendrick'a (Barre) and Bus-
wells ( Montpelicr).
KINGSBURY AND MACD0NALD
in a blackface comedy musical act that
i.j one solid mass of real enjoyment from
start to finish. Fine music and a lot of
swell comedy. An act that you will
enjoy from start to finish.
W. J. MILLS
mystic change artist and character sing
er, making seven complete changes of
costume and diaraeter. Every change
made in full view of the audience, with
character songs and music for every
change.
A CRUCIAL TEST.
A thrilling romance of the Klondyke
in which the leading part is played by
Mona Darkfcather, a full bloeded Indian
girl; fast in action and full of thrills.
ADMISSION,
The TURNING POINT.
A powerful drama, intense in action,
deeply interesting, and teaching a moral
that is bound to be helpful to all.
MISS I0NE GHI0, Pianist.
10 CENTS. CHILDREN, 5 CENTS.,
Spring Go
a
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See Us Early and Make Your Selections
Garden Rakes, Lawn Rakes, Hoes, Hand Weeders, Hand
Cultivators, Shovels, Spading Forks, Wheel Barrows, Lawn
Fencing, Poultry Fencing, Fii-ld Fencing, Black Fly Screens.
Galv. Fly Screns, Bronze Fly Screens, Garden Hose, Lawn
Sprinklers, Hose Reels, Townsend and Philadelphia Lawn Mow
ers, Grass Catchers, Hedge Shears, Pruning Shears, Oil Stoves
and Ovens, Refrigerators, Screen "Windows, Screen Doors.
C. W. AVERILL & CO.
No. 81-83 North Main Street. Barre, Vermont
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BOARD OF
day this
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If you are not personally asked to become a member of this board of trade will you be i
interested enough to go to any of the following places on Main street: Drown's Drug Store,
Kendrick's Drug Store, the Red Cross Drug Store, Davis' Drug Store, Barre Drug Co., B. W.
Hooker & Co., Moore & Owens, A. P. Abbott & Co.; ask for a membership card, pay the $4.00
and become a member? Then let us all pull together to help ourselves by helping others.
Barre needs our every help; she needs other industries, she needs a better working together of
what she already has. Will you become a member, suggest your best ideas, help with a good
word to further Barre' s commercial and social interest?
Don Put it OffThursday is the Day
Publicity Committee Barre Board of Trade.

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