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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARRE. VT.. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1912.
House
Dress
Day
$1.25 Value
for
98c Each
Ladies, a Special Worth Investigating
On Saturday morning at 8 a. m. vvc put on sale a small lot of House Dresses, made
up in a good quality gingham and trimmed with plain gingham. These arc sold in
many stores at $1.25 each. We offer these on
Saturday morning at 98c each
You will find these in high and low neck and made up in checks and stripes. Re
member the time, place and special.
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
TALK OF THE TOWN
THE HOMER FITTS COMPANY
New Trimmings are here. Watch this space tomorrow.
KDOOOOOOOOOOOOOCv TALK OF THE TOWN
U T
The Business Man's Shoe
nessVear
JJL
a
! ft 1 'MM'
mm
u
o
must of necessity be
an easy shoe. His
comfort is amply
provided for in
these stylish, trim
looking Ralstons,
found in our store.
Select the style
which pleases your
fancy, be it broad or
narrow toe, and we
are positive that
when you try them
on you'll say, "I
never knew before
that new shoes could
be so comfortable."
There's a reason
they're made on
FOOT - MOULDED
LASTS
May We Show You?
PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE
fl C S. Andrews, PropV. Hale's Block. Main St. fi
I Saturday Sale, Sept. 14
FIRST QUALITY
T
! GALVANIZED WASH
TUBS !
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58c each
One to a customer. Sale begins 1 p. m.
IRKYNOI DS Rr SON I
HARDWARE, QUARRY AND MILL SUPPLIES, BARRE, VT.
: :
j An Advertisement in the Times
Will Bring Sure Results.
Fall H
ats! Fall Hats!
Q We are showing the largest and most complete
line of Soft and Stiff Hats, in the new Fall Shapes,
inour history. The line consists of all the leading
colors in Soft Hats and at all prices from $1.00 to
$4.00.
C The extreme style in the Stiff Hats is very low
crowns, but we are prepared to meet your demands,
with all proportions. Prices $1.50 to $3.50.
Lamson and Hubbard
and
John B. Stetson Hats
signify the best, and every Hat guaranteed.
J We are showing some nobby Hats for
young men, the latest New York styles.
The Frank McWhorter Co.
Blaachard Block 20.22 North Mala St.
Work waists only 50c at Vauglian's.
Look at our Indian blankets, Fitts'.
Excursion to New York. See adv. on
pae 6.
Houses dresses for 75c each, at Per
ry's Saturday.
Excursion to New York. See adv. on
page 0.
People know what is meant when we
suv trimmings at ritts.
Reliable pianos and organs for sale or
to rent at II. A. Gould's, Spaulding
street.
E. S. Culver of Worcester, Mass., was
amnog the business visitors in the city
yesterday.
Mrs. John Milne left yesterday morn
ing for a few days' visit with relatives
at Boston.
Harry Columbo left last night for Bos
ton, where he will remain for ten days
with friends.
r. Peters left this morning for
New York, where she will remain 'or
several days.
Dr. D. C. Jarvis of Reason street re
turned to this city this noon from a few
days' visit at Uurlinton.
John Scott left this morning for Wat
erbnry,, where he has secured employ
ment as a toolsharpener.
E. R. Toomey, who has been spend in?
the past few days in this city, returned
last night to Stoughton, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Drown and Harry
Clark left this morning for St. Johns-
bury to attend the Caledonia county
fair.
If. J. Markolf of Rutland is spending
a few days in the city on business con
nected with the Sullivan Machinery
company.
Joseph Charles anl Isaac Corey of
Prospect street left this noon for White
fiehl, X. II., where they will visit with
friends for seeral day.
(Jcrahlus Knapp of Keith avenue left
this afternoon for St. Johnsbury, where
he will assist in the demonstration of the
11)13 Buick automobiles.
Florence K. Slayton of South Main
street left this noon for Plainfield, where
she will remain for several days at the
farm of her uncle, Nat Page.
Philip Beauleau of First street re
turned to this city yesterday afternoon
from Rurliugton, where he "was called
to attend the death of a relative,
John Lane, who has been visiting at
Hoston lor the past tew days, was a
visitor in the city to-day on the way
to his home at Williauistown.
Three hundred fans will accompany
the Hardwick baseball team to Inter
city park Saturday. All the supporters
have plenty of "smoke"' behind them.
Mrs. Georgiana Mudgett and daughter,
Kuth Esther, of Cambridge, Mass., ar
rived in this city yesterday for a sev
eral days' visit with friends and rela
tives. Miss Cora Ratcheldor, who was grad
uated from Spaulding high school last
June, has been engaged to assist the
teaching corps of the public schools of
Williauistown.
Mrs. Freida Kelly, who has been spend
ing the summer at the liomf of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hnlk'iibach
of South Ilarre, returned to-day to her
home at Merrimac, Mass.
. Next Saturday the Barre A. C. will
cross bits with the strong St. Johns
bury A. C. on (!oddard campiw. St.
Johnsbury has the strongest team it has
had in years and is bound to give the
local team a hard battle. Lavassuer,
the young lefthander,' has attracted con
siderable attention and it is generally
admitted that he will be seen in fast
company before long. Come out and
look him over. Admission, 25c; ladies
free.
A large number of football candidates
hist night answered the call of Coach
Kurtz at Goddard for practice. The team
is without the services of Captain-elect
Oilman and the new leader will not be
picked for another week. The first game
of the schedule has not yet been defi
nitely arranged, but it is hoped that a
date can be secured before the end of the
month. Coach Kurtz will direct his main
efforts to the development of a back
field, as that part was shattered by the
loss of every man that phtyed on last
year's eleven. The work of forming a
line is left with William Richardson
temporarily. Richardson was one of the
best football players ever at the sem
inary ami has had one year's experience
at Ttt-ft's college. He returns to resume
his studies in about another week.
Hair dried
Tel. 18 M.
Misses' coats at Vauglian's.
Buy your blankets at Fitts.
New kimono cloths at Abbott's.
New satine kimono cloth at Abbott's
Excursion to New York. See adv. on
page 0.
New silk waists and dresses al the
Vuughan Store.
Big sale of shopping bags on Satur
day at Vauglian's.
Pearl crochet cotton in all colors for
handbags, at Abbott's.
Blue damson canning plums, 50c a
peck, at Diversi Fruit Co.
For 75c each, a big lot of hoiisedresses,
on sale at Perry's Saturday.
Mrs. George Beaton of South Ryegate
was a visitor in this city to-day.
You will want one of these home
dresws for 75c each, on Bale Saturday
at Perry's.
Elders Hatch, Wood and Brown of the
Mormon mission left Barre to-day for
Burlington.
Championship game at Intercity park.
Hardwick vs. Italians. Remember In
tercity park at 3 p.. in.
The members of the Burns club will
have a smoke talk in Woodmen's hall
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Come to Mrs. Austin's toilet shop, Cur
rier block, for your shampoo.
Dy liana or electricity,
S. 8. Russell of St. Albans, superin
tendent of the Central Vermont car serv
ice, was among the visitors in the city
yesterday.
A meeting of the Glcnucie club will
be held at the Woodmen's hall Satur
day, Sept. 14, at 7:30 p. m. All mem
bers are requested to attend.
The members of the Philathea class
of the Congregational church are request
e to meet at 7 p. m. J-ridny for a short
business session before tlio social.
Pete Clemens, the man that burnt
things up in. the New England league,
will be seen in the Hardwick line-up Sat
urday at Intercity park at 3 p. ui.
Mrs. Kllis Williams of Boston ar
rived in this city this morning for a
few days' visit at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knight of Hill
street.
Corsets, Redfern and Warner's rust
proof. Free fitting by an expert c"r-
sctiere. Select votir model now for
future purchase if you wish. Henry W.
Knight.
Championship of the state to be de
cided Saturday at Intercity park, where
the Italian A. C. and tho Hardwick A.
A. meets for the final and deciding game
at 3 p in.
The game at Intercity park Satur
day at 3 p. m., between Hardwick and
the Italians, will no doubt prove to be
one of the hardest fought baseball games
of the season.
See Lavassuer and Cay. the two best
It fthandcra in northern Vermont, face
eecli other on (kwldard campus Satur
;IT, Sept. 14. A good game is assured.
Don't miss it. Admission, 25c; ladies,
free.
We have received a large lot of house
dresses made of good quality percale,
in grays, navy blue, etc., very nicely
trimmed, that we put on sale Saturday
for ioc
Perry's
Joseph Gilbertson is confined to his
home on Shurtleff place with rhueniat
ic fever. Mr. Gilbertson has been ill
since returning from the sham battle
before New York, he participating, with
Co. II of Montpelicr.
Cat social, Congregational Philathea
class, Friday evening, Septv13. Every
one is expected to bring a package worth
at least ten cents. Program Auction
of packages, refreshments and good
time. All come, young and old.
Officers and members of Bright Star
Rebekah lodge. No. IS. are requested
to meet at Old Fellows' hall Thursday
evening, Sept. 12, at 7:30 o'clock, to
make arrangements to attend the funeral
of our lute sister, Lizzie Burgess.
Miss Marie Bunker, who has been
visiting in this city for the past month
as the guest of Miss Margaret Bat-
clay of Park street, returned last night
HOW NATURE REPAYS.
The Lost of One Sense Seem to Bring
Added Power to the Others.
When the tblnl question put to the
girl who wus tinting n customer's hulr
u fashionable sbade elicited no reply
the woman turned to the manager of
the beauty shop and said: "What Is
the matter with that girl, auybow? Is
she deaf?"
"Very nenrly." said the manager.
"IIow does she hold her place?"
snld the woman. "It seems to me that
a person employed in a place like this !
stands In need of her five senses.
"That Is just what they do not
need," was the reply. "If one sense Is
lacking the other four make up for
the deficiency and become the more
valuable because more acute. Your
hairdresser cannot hear, but her sight
Is marvelous. She cau detect a gray
balr half a block away, and her gift
for shading and matching colors
amounts to real genius. No woman
with all her faculties Is so consum
mate an artist as she Is In touching
np n difficult head of hair. When you
are ready for massage I shall bring
you a blind girl. AH her art is cen
tered In her finger tips. She can find
and smooth away wrinkles that less
sensitive fingers would not discover.
Another deaf girl In the establishment
Is particularly sensitive to scents and
is Invaluable in mixing and npplylug
perfumes. The manager In a place of
this kind needs her five senses and as
many more as nature can provide, but
for her nsslstants elimination and con
centration
Press.
are desirable." New York
SWISS WRESTLERS.
Die-
each; a regular $1.00 dress, at
Curious Contests In Which They
play Marvelous Strength.
Wrestling seems to be an Interna
tional sport, but one of the most curi
ous styles to be seen Is probably that
of the Swiss. There Is generally an
"Immense meeting of the wrestlers
every year, called the "swlngerfest."
meaning literally the "festival of
winging," and to this festival come
the mountain men from all parts of
Switzerland.
It takes place In an Immense arena.
generally four or six couples wrestling
at the same time, with stands around t
for the audience. The men who are
wrestling each wear a pair of short!
knickers, very loosely worn, and made j
of some stout material, with a leather j
belt at the top to strap It on round the i
waist over their costume, and the Idea
Is to catch their opponents . by these
knickers and throw them. Both shoul-!
ders must touch the ground, and the
men are not allowed to bold their op
ponents except by the knickers.
Of course It Is mainly a question of
brute strength, and on nearly all oc
casions the mountain men prove the
better of the townsmen. Very often a
man will throw bis opponent clean
over his shoulder through the air, and
when one considers that this must be
done only by gripping n piece of sail
cloth or such like material in either
hand, at the height of a man's loins,
some Idea can be gathered of the
marvelous strength shown on these oc
casions. Proposed by Accident.
Mr. Spoouer. the clergyman who be
came famous for those humorous mis
placements of Initial consonants that
have become known as "Spoonerisms,"
Is said to have owed his marriage to a
characteristic slip of the tongue, lie
was very shy and would never have
had the courage to ask a woman to be
his wife, but one afternoon in a friend's
drawing room be was requested to ask
one of the ladles present to make tea.
In doing so be blundered as usual.
"Will you take me?" he said, instead of
"Will you make teaT Blushing, the
lady "took him." and thus he "blun
dered" Into a happy marriage
BASE BALL
A Special Occasion
Correct Corsetting
by Miss Pendleton
professional corsetiere,
is the feature of our
Corset Shop News
for this week.
This professional comes from
the designing rooms where
the Redfern Models are con
ceived, designed and executed.
; The value of being fitted,
by such a corsetiere will be
readily recognized when she
$2&n& selected ana nttea to your
s figure the correct model for
you.
Do not neglect this opportunity it is important,
regardless of how gracefully and comfortably you may
be corsetted at this moment.
The Rcdferns are the foremost Corset in the world.
They are unquestionably the. inspiration for designers
everywhere.
Henry W. Knight :
Successor to Veale & Knignt.
Barre, Vt.
! I91& j
Buicks Have Arrived!
A;
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Price $1050. Ready for the Road
Ready for inspection at our salesrooms.
THE DROWN MOTOR CAR CO.
Jefferson Street
MONARCH
BRANO J
OOFING
SOLVES
THE ROOFING
PROBLEM
Made in 1, 2, 3 and 4 ply. Come in
and let us tell you more about it.
Get ourprices, they will interestyou.
THE N. D. PHELPS CO.
Telephone 29 Barre, Vermont
to her home at Waltham. preparatory , nhamninnShin CrUIlBS. iT. iBDI. 14
t the Waltham j r r ' r
attend.
Special conclave of St. Aide
mar comniandery, K. T., on
Thursday evening at
Work, red cross degree.
7:30.
The Riinual Masonic corn
roast will he held at the A.
.1. Ritchie place on Berkley
hill on Friday evening. Kept,
13. All Master Mason in
good standing are invited to
rOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED.
TO HKNT Hoims at 16 Cbareh Stre.t. In
quire of Mrs. tirak. l.V.'tS
POSITION WANTFO young lart wni
to do general h"nwork In Birr. Good refer
tnort. Call t IS Short Street UU3
FOR SAI.E-lliO cr" farm In Calali. Large
nninlly of wood and lumber: goo building.
Might exehnnge for city property, iddral
G.orre F. Lamer, or telrpBoue 4!)j-M, Moot
pelier, Vfc 6itl
to rcsnminif her studies a
Training school for nurses.
Peter Depatie has added another man,
an Italian, to his force of shoe repairer.
Thin makes three repairers now, and he
assures his patrons their work will be
attended to promptly. Leave your re
pair work at the Boot Shop, 112 No.
Main street, Bolster block.
Wednesday's arrivals at the hotel Otis
were as follows: K. K. Keith, Mont
pelicr; A. II. Wliitney, Boston; Harry
K. (iage. Burlington; Coleman and wife,
St. Louis; W. K. Leighton, Boston; S.
S. Russell, St. Allians; 0. E. Maynard,
New York; A. Ihmnett. St. Johnsbury;
t". (i. Williams, Burlinirton; 0. A. Pavne,
Burlington; Mrs. C. W. Smith, Bur- i
lington; I!. A. CJnrdner, Webber, Me.
C. Ban, the photographer, is having
his studio in the furrier building given
a thorough renovation. He will have
the decorations and frescoing of the walls
retouched and will have the floor car
peted. The lighting facilities are also
to be bettered. .Mr. Hail lias sent to
Chicago for one of Theodore Roosevelt'
recent photogrjrphs, which will be sent
from the MolTat studios. He intends, if
the photograph is worthy of it, to make
an enlarged picture of the Bull Moose
candidate, which will receive the best of
Mr. Bau's ability.
at
INTER -CITY PARK
Hardwick
vs
Italian A. C.
Come out, fans, and see the
deciding game for the cham
pienship of the state
Renemter at Intercity Park a! 3 P. M.
ADMISSION
25c
All those who are interested in the
proper observance of Sunday as a day
of rest should hear the address of Rev.
Dr. George W. (irannis, seiTetary-treas-nrer
of the Lord's Day Alliance of the
United States, to be given in the Con
gregational church on the evening of
Sept. 18. No admission will be charged.
Dr. fJrannis is an able and forcible speak
er. He has spoken in nearly every state
in the union and through his efforts
much has been done to make Sunday a
day of rest, in fact ns well as in name.
He was one of the speakers before the
national convention of postofficc clerks
recently held in Hoston, ami being in this
section' of the country he is anxious to
tell the people of Vermont the good work
his society has been, and is, doing, to
gain the proper respect for the Lord's
day. ITe will speak here under the aus
pices of no particular denomination but
of all those who believe in his views
which he is trying to make popular.
Excursion to New York,
page 6.
See adv. on
REAMLAND
THEATRE
THE HOME OF GOOD
PICTURES.
DEER SLAYERS
RETRIBUTION
A big feature, with a heavy cast and
stirring scenes. A thrilling Indian
picture.
ALSO OTHER FEATURES
ADMISSION
5 CENTS
YOUNG SISTERS
A clever, refined singing and dancing duo, good singing, pretty costumes an4
highly pleasing act. Don't miss it.
JANE FELMAR
Singing character comedienne.
rL i i
r uuiupiays
WHEN ROSES WITHER.
One of those beautiful life portrayals
by the Yitagraph Co. in which Maurice
Costello. Marv Maurice and an all-star
cast anneur at their best.
MISS I0NE GHIO, Pianist.
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS. CHILDREN. 5
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING.
From "Bacon Dull; Love, Active and
Strong,'' by Hugh S. Fullerton. An un
usual comedy with lots of laughs, full'
of bright action and novel situations.
Don't miss it.
CENTS.
Binder
wine
New Stock Just In. Sold by the Ball or Bale
Come to us for your Rubber, Canvas or Leather
Belts, Belt taring. Rivets, Gasoline En;ine Cylinder
Oil, Machine Oil. v - .
C. W. AVERILL & CO.
80-81 North Main Street Telephone 439-W. Barre, Vermont

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