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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARREniTT.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. 1012.
Suits for Men
ALL $30.00 AND $27.50 SUITS, Hart, Schaffnjer & Marx
and Morse made, a ne selection, all sizes, fancies and plain
blues and blacks nothing reserved. Quick Money Price... $22.50
ALL $25.00 SUITS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and Morse made, 1
all sizes, styles and fabrics. Quick Money Price 18.75
ALL $22.00 SUITS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and Morse made,
approximately 60 Suits, all sizes, fancies and plain blues and
blacks;." Quick Money Price . ; . . . 17.50
ALL $20.00 SUITS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and Morse made,
fully 70 Suits In the lot, all sizes, fancies and plain blues and
.blacks. " Quick Money Price 14.05
ALL $18.00 SUITS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and Morse made,
50 Suits in the lot, including all sizes, including fancies,
and blues and blacks.. Quick Money Price 13.05
ALL $16.50 AND $15.00 SUITS, Morse made and other
makes, all of 40 Suits in the lot, all sizes, including blues and
blacks. Quick Money Price , , ,',
ALL $13.50 AND $12,00 SUITS, Morse made and other
makes, 30 Suits in the lot, all sizes, including blues and
. blacks. Quick Money Price 8.75
ALL $10.00 SUITS, Morse made and other makes, all sizes,
including blues and blacks.. Quick Money Price , , . 7.75
AGreat Poddim'
11.25
Cri01Ql We have a matter of 25 ALL WOOL
ulJjfClcll SUITS, regular selling price from $10.00
to $20.00, mostly sizes 34 and 35. Every Suit a good one. Any
one a good every-day Suit and a long-time wearer. Your choice
of the lot for , . . $3.08
Youth's Suits
ONE LOT, 25. LONG PANT SUITS, sizes from 14 to 18 years,
in fancy worsteds, cassimeres and blacks. , Regular price
from $8.50 to $15.00. Genuine bargain at the Quick Money
Price of
ONE LOT, 35, LONG PANT SUITS, sizes from 14 to 18 years,
fancy worsteds, cassimeres and blacks. Regular price from
$10.00 to $20.00. Your choice for . . . ,
$208
5.08
Boys' Suits
ONE LOT, 15, BOYS KNICKERBOCKER SUITS, regular
price $8.50 and $10.00. Quick Money Price $6.75
ONE LOT, 15, BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER "SUITS, regular .
price $7.50. Quick Money Price 5.75
ONE LOT, 25, BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER SUITS, regular
price $6.00 and, $6.50., Quick Money Price , . 4.75
ONE LOT, 30, BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER SUITS, regular
price $5.00, Quick Money Price . 3.75
ONE LOT $4.00 AND $4.50 BOYS KNICKERBOCKER
SUITS.1 Quick Money Price ......... 2.75
ONE LOT $3.00 AND $3.50 BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER 1
SUITS. Quick Money Price 2.25
ONE LOT $2.50 BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER SUITS. Quick
Money Price ...... ... 1.75
ONE LOT $2.00 BOYS! KNICKERBOCKER SUITS.- Quick
JVIoney Price , . . 1.50
Hosiery
REGULAR 50c VALUES.
REGULAR 25c VALUES.
Quick Money Price
Quick Money Price
$0.40
.20
for Bargain Seekers at
the Wind-up of the
QUICK
MONEY
This is your last call to the feast
of clothes bargains that have been
dished out during this big Quick
Money Sale.
Go over your clothing carefully
and see where you ought to add to
your stock. Your last charic to-day
and tomorrow.
Sale Ends Tomorrow, August 31
Moore &: Owens
BarreY Leading Clothiers Barre, Vermont
' Boys' Knee Pants
$1.50 KNEE PANTS. Quick Money Price ...... . ...... . $1.15
$1.25 KNEE PANTS. Quick Money Price 1.00
$1.00 KNEE PANTS. Quick Money Price ., .80
.75 KNEE PANTS. Quick Money Price 55
.60 KNEE PANTS. Quick Money Price ...... ; .40
Children's Wash Suits
TWENTY PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON ALL SIZES.
Men's Trousers
ALL $5.50 AND $6.00 TROUSERS. Quick Money Price. . , $4.75
ALL $4.50 AND $5.00 TROUSERS. Quick Money Price,.. 3.75
ALL $3.50 AND $4.00 TROUSERS. Quick Money Price...' 2.75
ALL $2.75 AND $3.00 TROUSERS. Quick Money Price... 2.25
ALL $2.50 TROUSERS. Quick Money Price. . . . !, .. .... 1.75
ALL $2.00 TROUSERS. Quick Money Price 1.65
ALL $1.50 TROUSERS. Quick Money Price...... 1.15
ONE LOT OF YOUTHS' TROUSERS, ranging in price from
$1.50 to $4.00. Quick Money Price .95 ,
Men's Cravenette Raincoats.
ALL $22.00 COATS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and other
makes. Quick Money Price ....$16.75
ALL $20.00 COATS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and other
makes. Quick Money Price 14.75
ALL $18.00 COATS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and other
makes. Quick Money Price 13.75
ALL $16.50 AND $15.00 COATS, Hart Schaffner & Marx and
other makes. Quick Money Price 11.25
ALL $13.50 AND $12.00 COATS. Quick Money Price .... 8.75
ALL $10.00 COATS. Qpick Money Price 7.75
Regal Oxfords
$5.00 REGALS. Quick Money Price , $3.75
$4.50 REGALS. Quick Money Price 3.50
$4.00 REGALS. Quick Money Price .3.10
$3.50 REGALS. Quick Money Price 2.85
Summer Underwear for Men
and Boys
$2.00 UNION SUITS. Quick Money Price $1.55
$1.50 UNION SUITS. Quick Money Price 1.25
$1.00 UNION SUITS. Quick Money Price .85
$1.00 SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. Quick Money Price ..... .85
.50 UNDERWEAR, including B. V. D.'s, Porosknit, Bal-
briggan and Jersey Ribbed .40
.25 SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. Quick Money Price .... .20
Men's Negligee and Dress Shirts
(SOME WITH SOFT COLLARS TO MATCH.)
$2.00 BATES STREET SHIRTS. Quick Money Price .... $1.60
$1.50 BATES STREET AND LION BRAND SHIRTS. Quick
Monev Price 120
$1.00 LION BRAND SHIRTS. Quick Money Price ....... .85 '
Cnnmnl 100' $150 AND $200 LI0N BRAND
dpeClclI AND BATES STREET SHIRTS, sizes
14 to 16 1-2. Quick Money Price 69c
MARSHFIELD.
Owing to the absence of the pastor,
'Rev. C. H. Chapin, there will be- no
preaching service next Sunday morning.
The Sunday school will meet Rt 12
o'clock and there' will be the usual C,.K.
'service in the evening," r.
WILSON ON
"PRIZE MONEY"
MELON
Suggest
SANFORDS GINGER
A delicious combination of ginjrer, aromatic
and French brandy. Look for tiie Owl Trade
Mark on tbo wrapper, lent you get a chrap,
worthless or dangerous substitute. Forty years
the standard of purity, flavor and strength.
boid by ail druggists and grocers.
He Takes Up Tariff Talk by
Roosevelt
WHO PAYS MOST IMPORTANT
veto of the farmer' free list bill.
"I dare say he wit right from hi
point of view," said Wilnon of I'reei
dent Taft in this connection, "for he
represented the trustees and not the
people."
The governor argued that the govern
ment of A he country had been in con
trol of elf constituted trustee", in
the Republican party and that it was
time for the people to regain control of
their own government.
He Favor Better Treatment for the
Farmers President Taft's Veto
of the Free List Bill
Criticised.
Williams firove, Pa., Aug. 30. Colonel
Roosevelt's statement that the benefits
of the protective tariff system consti
tuted "prize money," of which too much
was kept by the officers and too little
distributed to the crew was criticized by
Governor Wilson yesterday. He want;
ed to know in his speech at the state
grange picnic just where the "prize mon
ey" came from. lie said the "plunder"
came from the farmers, who were taxed
too highly by the tariff on agricultural
implement,
The governor confined himself to the
tariff and how it affected the farmer
and drew attention to President Taft's
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ffiflQL BARRE DAILY IIMES August 30, 1912.
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fThls newspaper has been selected as the one paper In Ibis city for the
J advanc complimentary distribution of this treat work. ,
fThe $12 Set !AboveTcoupon with five others of consecutive dates,
i e volumes ffayicm.cu u iuu um nuu ony me necessary promo
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Complete
x irom aw.r complete set for you if presented before this compli-
mentary edition is exhausted, at which time the national canvass will be
7 started at its resrular installment orice of 112 twr sc. Se iilnttn.
Xtion and lull description in the display announcements printed daily.
Mall Orders Ailed under tha same offer If you
will pay express charges upon receipt of set.
Only one complimentary set can be allowed for any one iamlly
Lamson
Hubbard
Best in America
"IHlMITTWlfllltlll i
Leaders for Fall and Winter
FOR SALE BY
' , THE
FRANK McWHORTER CO.,
Barre, Vermont
POLICE HIDING
THE GUNMEN?
Whitman Investigates. the Re
. ports
STORY THAT"G?P"AND"LEFTY"
Have Surprise To Say Rosenthal Was
Killed by Gamblers Grand Jury
Again Yesterday on Cor
ruption Case.
Base Ball !
Goddard Campus
Saturday, August 31,
Graniteville
- vs.
Barre, A. C.
Game Called at 3.15 sharp.
This is the rubber game between these
two teams, each taking one piece. Gran
iteville recently . defeated the I. A. C.
on their own grounds and with Zarka,
their crack lefthander, in the box, and
with Clare and Wishart in their line-up
will make a strong bid for this game.
Admission 25c, Ladies Free
New York Aug. 3h.-Dietrict Attor
ney Whitman tried yesterday to trace
information that came to him that the
whereabouts of the much-wanted gun
men, "Lefty Louie" Rosemweig and
Harry Horowitss, anas " uyp the wooer
was known to certain members of the
police department who were aiding in
concealing the gunmpn. - Report has it
that these two men will be kert in
hiding until the trial of Police Lieut.
Becker is, well under way and that they
will 'then' be brought forward as 'wit
nesses for the defense to awear that
the gambler Rosenthal was slain in a
gH miller's feud and that Roec; Webber
and Vallon themselves took part in the
killing.
, Counsel for the defense had nothing
to say regarding the nfynrt, but it was
learned that lawyers for Becker will en
deavor to show that Rosenthal was
killed in a gambler's row and that the
assassins sought to shift the respon
sibility for the killing on Becker. -The
grand jury which returned the
indictments against Lieutenant Becker,
and the other alleged murderers ot n ol
enitis! went into session shortly after 1 1
o'clock yesterday morning to take tes
timony on several straggling ends cf
the investigation. The flivt witness was
James E. March, the Republican leader
of the third assembly diftrict, who has
said that he conducted profitable stock
transactions for Lieutenant Becker. He
made this statement as an explanation
of the large accounts of the accused lieu
tenant,' which have been uncovered by
the district attorney.
Dint. Atty. Whitman's office has been
informed that Thomas Coupe, night clerk
of the Elks' club, and one of the mint
important witnesses of the murder of
Herman Rosenthal, had suddenly depart
ed for Europe.
"This is astounding news," said an
assistant district attorney. "An inves
tigation will immediately be institut
ed to discover what was behind Coupe's
disappearance. Threats have been made
against a number of witiA'Sses vital to
the prosecution of Charles Becker and
the alleged assassins of Rosenthal.
"Coupe received such a threat. He
may have been frightened away. The
truth will be brought out, and I think
it will show still more clearly the ter
rorizing power of the system."
TAFT RESTORES 751,691
ACRES OF tAND TO ENTRY
FLYING 106 MILES AN HOUR.
Aviator Brindejonc Sets Out From Paris
for Warsaw.
Faris, Aug. 30. Aviator Brindejonc
earlv vestcrdav from Villa
Coublay on his way to Warsaw by way
of Berlin in an effort to win the Pom-
mery cup. He flew at a neignt 01 020
feet and a message from Mezires stated
that he arrived there at 7 o'clock and
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
t
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
At Boston Boston 8, Philadel
phia 1. Batteries Collins and
Carrigan; Plank, Brown and
Thomas.
At Washington Washington 2,
New York I. Batteries Engle
and Ainsmith; Fisher and Ster-rett.
This in Colorado Has Been Held in Coal
Withdrawals 500,000 Acres Are
in North Park.
Washington, Aug. 30. President Tail
has restored to entry 751,801 acres of
land in Colorado heretofore included in
coal withdrawals. . More than 500,000
acres of these lands are in North park,
Jackson county. ,
SIMPLE CEREMONY
'-
But Sincere Grief Marked Funeral of
General Booth.
London, Aug. 30. The body of the
late General Booth was laid to rest
yesterday beside that of Catherine
Booth, his wife, in Abney park.
Representatives of reigning houses and
persons of importance, including many
from the United States, joined round
the grave with many thousands from
the masses, whom the founder of the
Salvation Army had tried to uplift.
Delegates" of executive bodies, civic
corporations, the army, the navy, bus
iness men of all branches, workmen
who had sacrificed their day's wages,
weeping women and children, of whom
the general was a true friend, marched
shoulder to shoulder in the great pro
cession which followed the body to its
last simple resting place.
BLEASE RENOMINATED.
Columbia, S. C, Aug. 30. Governor
Blease has been renominated by the
Democratic party for governor of South
Carolina on the face of the returns re
ceived from Tuesday's primary up ta
yesterday.
United States Senator Benjamin K.
Tillman has been renominated by a vote
of approximately two to one "over his
' opponents. 1
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Boston ......... .85
Washington .....76
Philadelphia 73
Chicago 60
Detroit 67
Cleveland 53
New York ......44
St. Louis 40 82
37 .807
48 .R13
48 .R04
60 .500
67 .400
f.9 .434 (
77 .364 I
82 .328
resumed his flight 20 minutes later, in
dicating the terrific speed of 106 miles
an hour.
Brindejonc crossed into Belgium at
8:20 o'clock in the morning.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
At Chicago Chicago 10, St.
Louis 8. Batteries Richie, Smith
and Archer; Harmon, Woodburn
and Wingo and Knvder.
At New York New York 4,
Brooklyn 3. Batteries Tesreau
and Meyers; Ragon, Rucker and
Miller.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia 4,
Boston 1. Batteries Rixey and
Killifer; Perdue and Kling.
At Pittsburg Cincinnati 7,
Pittsburg 2. Batteries Suggs '
and McLean; OToole, Coop
er and Simon. ,
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost , Pet
New York ...... 82 35 .701
Chicago .,...-..78 41 -.656
Pittsburg .. ...69 50 .6R0
Philadelphia, ..-.58 58 .500
Cincinnati ........ 67 63 .475
St. Louis 52 68 .433
Brooklyn 43 73 .362
Boston .........35 83 .299
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