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THE BARItE DAILY TIMES. BARItE. VT., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1012.
Trimmings Trimmings Trimmings It gives tis great pleasure 'to announce to the public that our showing of Fall Trim mings are now ready when we say Trimmings, people far and near know what it means. Our Trimmings have been in great demand for the past seasons and we feel quite sure that our houses are some of the best, if not the best, in the market. Our line is' larger each season and as this is to be a big trimming season we have planned to meet the demands of all. Wctcall your special attention to an early show ing in our show windows. Our line is on display with a complete line of staple and novelty dress goods, as well as sheer materials for the evening gowns. Marabone Trimmings in blue and white. Bali Fringes in all colors and different qualities. Silk Fringes are good again, look at our assortment. Net Bands in nearly all shades, prices from 30c to $7. 00 per yard. Silver and Gilt Bands-and Trimmings to match, which are so much in vogue this season. ..... Chiffon Flowers by theyard at $1.25 to $2.75 per yard. Look at our Pearl Trimmings for bridal gowns and evening dresses. Ask to see our Separate .Motives,, all prices and colors. House Dress Day $1.25 Value for 98c Each Ladies, a Special Worth Investigating On Saturday morning at 8-a. m. we put on sale a small lot of House Dresses, made up in a good quality gingham and trimmed with plain gingham. These are sold in many stores at31.25 each. Wcoffer these on, Saturday morning at 98c each You will find these iru high and low neck and made up in checks and stripes. Re member the time,, placeandspccial,- THE HOMER F1TTS COMPANY New Trimmdngs arc here. Watch this space tomorrow. u n r '1 M HHMHBfl YOUNG SISTERS A clever, refined singing and dancing duo, good singing, prettjv costumes and highly pleasing act. Don't miss it. . THE SANDS OF DEE. "The creeping tide came up along the ftnd and never home came she." Jt a Masterpiece lliograph production, sug W'sted by the verse of the famous Kng fish poet, Charles Kingslcy, Produced Vith all the great power of the Hio raph Co. If you see it you will never (orget it. JANE FELMAR Singing character comedienne. Photoplays A REDSKIN'S 'APPEAL. Strong in its appeal to hnniAn sym pathy. A drama that reaches out and holds you, and leaves. a lasting impres sion for the better. Splendid action and beautiful scenery. A picture that will surely please you. if; MISS iONE GHIO, Pianist. ADMISSION. 10 CENTS. CHILDREN. 5 CENTS. TALK OF THE TOWN See Abliott's Saturday sale. ' Work waists only 50c at Vaughan's. Houses dresses for 73c each, at Per ry's Saturday. Reliable pianos and organs for sale or to rent at II. A. Gould's, Spaulding street. , Big auction sale in Washington to morrow for Peter Itastourskos. See ad. on page 7. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. , Three hundred fans will accompany the Hardwick baseball team to Inter city park Saturday. All the supporters have plenty of "stroke"' behind them. Peter Depatie iu; added another man, an Italian, to his force of shoe .repairers. This makes three repairers now, and he assures his patrons their work will be attended to promptly. Leave your re pair work at the Root Shop, 112 No. Main street, Bolster block. Pocket camera, new film Anseo, 4x4'(!, at two-thirds price; aNo folding camera, takes 4x5 pictures, double R. R. lenses and B. and Q. shutter; cost $2S, second liEiid. call and see it. Large tubs and barrels for meat or pickles; vinegar, lard Rf.d molasses barrels; flower pots, glazed and unglazed; spittoons, bean pots, quarts, all at very low prices if taken at once. Wbeelbarrowa, wagons, carts, all at very low prices if taken at once. Call after 4:15 a. m. on L. M. Averill, over Eastern Estate Tea Co. ::nn::::::nuj::::j::n::sn::ns::tn:n:::n::::K:::::j::::::::::::s:as::: a Styles ! Fall Styles And now we are ready to show you what the manufacturers claim to be the snappiest goods ever gotten out, and we believe an inspection of our fall offerings will convince you of the truth of their statements. In Fall Top CoafS we are showing several shades of Grays, Browns, etc., from $750 to $30.00. For the Boy from 4 to 16 we have some nobby patterns, at prices from $3.00 to $7.50. Slip-on Coats and Rain Coats from $5.00 to $22.50. Slip-on Coats for Boys $2.50 and $3.50. . We are especially anxious that you should see the elegant tine of Suitings from the well-known makers, A. Shuman and L. Adler Bros., all the new colorings and styles, $18.00 to $30.00. If it is something less expensive we are prepared with a com plete line from $7.50 to $16.50. The Smart Set, Widow Jones and Shuman Suits for Boys from 3 to 17 years need no introduction, as you who have had them can testify to their wearing qualities. Prices from $2.50 to $10.00. Our showing of Lamson and Hubbard and Stetson Hats is the largest in the history of this f tore. Prices $1.00 to $4.00. You know the value of Cluett and Hathaway Shirts and the colorings and patterns are better than ever. $1.00 to $2.00. Remember also that the Princely Shirt at 50 cents is the best on the market. The Starr Shaker Knit and Sterling Sweaters for Men and Boys will claim your attention. Prices $2.50 to $8.50. Munsing Union Suits are our specialty. $1.00 to $3.50. We are at your services and our time is yours whether you wish to look or buy. May We Expect You? The Frank McWhorter Company 5i THE BARRE DAILY TIMES TALK OF THE TOWN See Abbott' Saturday sale. Misses' coats at Vaughan's. See Abbott's Saturday sale. New 'silk waists and dresses at the Vaughn n Store. Big sale of shopping bags on Satur day at Vaughan's. Mr. and Mrs. M. Peroli left last night for Jacksonville, Fla. Blue damson canning plums, 50c a peck, at Diversi Fruit C'o For 75c each, a big lot of housedresses, on sale at Perry. Saturday. Mrs. F. A. Warner of Washington is in the city on her way to Bostou to buy millinery. You will want one of these hou-ic drests for 75c each, on sale Saturday at Perry's. Championship game at Intercity park. Hardwick vs. Italians. Kemember In tercity park at 3 p. m. A meeting of the Queen of Forest cir cle will lie held to-night at 7:30. Let every member be present. Come to Mrs. Austin's toilet shop, Cur rier block, for your shampoo. Hair dried by hand or electricity. Tel. 18-M. Domaiii Sabato 14 la Vecchia O. F. andra ad Hardwick colla stone cutter band, per dare una reeita pro Ettor iio vannitti. There will be a meeting of the mixed choir of the J tedding Methodist church this evening at 7 o'clock sharp. A good attendance is desired. A meeting of the Olenugie club will be held at the Woodmen's hall Satur day, Sept. 14, at 7:30 p. in. All mem bers are requested to attend. A bargain on lamb is offered at Tas die's market on Saturday. Leg of lamb, per pound, 20cj fowpiarter lamb, per pound, 13c. For Saturday only. Pete Clemens, the man that burnt things up in the New Kngland leajrue, will be seen in the Hardwick line-up hat unlay at Intercity park at 3 p. in. La Vecchia Comp. Filodramitica a messo alio studio per laperatura della stagione "Lo Sciopero delle ltisaiole" lira in ma in 4 atti e il Bozzetto "Tripoli" in 2 atti. 8ee Lavassuer and Gay, the two Iwst hfthanders in northern Vermont, face re.eh other on (.oddard campus Satur Jnr, Sept. 14. A good game is assurfd. Don't miss it. Admission, 25c; ladies, free. Just received from factory, loaded shells for bird shooting; water proof hunting boots, the same we have for merly sold, made specially for us. Guns and ammunition at low prices. Kant man Bros. We have received a large lot of house dresses made of good quality percale. in grays, navy bine, etc., very nicely trimmed, that we put on sale Saturday for 75c each; a regular $1.00 dress, at Perry's, The old Filodramitic club goes to Hardwick to-morrow to present a Jay for the benefit of Ettor and Giovauitti in that place to-morrow evening. There is to be a parade in Hardwick previous to the play. Homeo Zanetti and (Juiseppi DelaChi- esa leave to-night for New York, from where they sail September 21 on the American liner. St. Paul, for a few months' visit at their former homes at Milano, Italy. The usual fall reception tendered bv the senior class of Goddard seminary will be held Saturday evening at the seminary chapel. It is expected that a large miuiler of graduates of the school will return for the reception. Cat social, Congregational Philathea class, Friday evening. Sept. 13. 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. Fred Page of Marshtield was a visitor in the city yesterday, spending the day as the guest of friends at Goddard sem inary. He graduated from the semi nary with the class of 190" and is a mem ber" of the 1!M3 class at Tufts college. A reception was tendered last evening to Miss Mabel Williams of Lebanon, N. H., who is visiting in this city, at the home of Miss Agnes Olsen of Washing ton street. A social evening was en joyed by about 12 of her friends. A"hiat was the chief diversion of the evening, and light refreshments were served. Weston Fuller of Osterville, Mass., en rolled as a student at Goddard semiary this week. Fuller wa employed dur ing the summer at Wianno, Mass., on Cape Cod. with William Richardson, a former athlete at the seminary, and it was through his efforts that Fuller de cided to enter Goddard. Fuller is well known in athletic circles on Cape Cod. The F. S. Story moving picture com pany oomes to the opera house to-morrow night with six reels of tho very best pictures that it is possible to se cure. This company showed here on Labor day night and the pictures shown were said to be as clear as any ever shown here. A new series of pictures will be, shown to-morrow night. Admis sion, 10; children, 5c. A carload of unusual value is setting on a Barre railroad siding off Trospect street, ready for transportation to the quarries. It is a cableway and ma chinery for the E. L. Smith Granite com pany "and cost $6,000, bought of the Lydgerwood compnny of New York. The shipment came Wednesday and probably will be taken to the quarry Saturday, where the new equipment will be in stalled to assist in handling the grow ing business of the Smith concern. A party of about thirty of his friends tendered a reception to Edwin Ross last night at 28 Pearl street, the occasion be ing in honor of his approaching marriage. The affair came as a great surprise to the popular proprietor of the Ross Ton sorial parlors. The evening was spent in a social manner, a buffet lunch was served during the course of the evening. Mr. Ross was the recipient of many gifts, including a travelling bag and a handsome cold watch and fob. The pre sentation was made by Charles Mills. There were many of the gathering that contributed to a literary and musical program. Charles Mills recited several of his pleasing selections and William Robertson, Alexander McKcnzie and Wil liam Tromblev rendered vocal solos. A Request. I respectfully request that the parents see that their children cease trespassing on any part of my premises, as I have often made this request of the children nd they have paid no attention to the same. Very respect f nil v, W. J. Ciapp. TALK OF THE TOWN See Abbott's Saturday sale. Automobile for hire. Terms reason able. Howard Martin, city. 'Phone IMS 4. . Lackey Good and Michael Nelson left last night for St. Johnsbury, where they will attend the Caledonia county fair., James Dunham, who has been em ployed for the past several weeks at the Homer Fitts' store, has returned to Bos ton. G. A. Payne, who has been spending the past few days in this city on bus iness, returned last night to Burling ton. Howard Miles left this morning for Boston, where he will remain for a few days on business, returning to this city Sunday. The meeting of the Presbyterian Sun beams will be held at the home of Miss Hazel Mackay, -Park street, this even ing at 7 o'clock. Porter Averill of east hill left this mqrning lor rair JJayen, wnere ne nas been engaged as instructor in the Fair Haven high school. Miss Gladys Bradford of South Main street, who has been spending the past ten days with friends at Brandon, has returned to the city. Mrs. H. S. Miles has returned from the openings with a full line of ladies, misses and children a hats, w ill be ready ior inspection Friday and Saturday. A bargain on lamb is offered at Tas sie's market on Saturday. Leg of Iamb, per pound, 20c; forequarter lamb, per pound, 13c. For Saturday only. The funeral of Mrs. Ruth F. Bur gess will be held Saturday, the Rebekahs having charge of the services. The re mains are to be brought on the noon train and the burial will be in Hope' cemetery. The officers and members of Bright Star Retn-kah lodge. No. IS. are re quested to meet in Odd Fellows' hall Saturday morning at II o clock to at tend the burial service of our late sis ter, Lizzie Burgess. A tuberculosis exhibit and lecture is to be given Monday and Tuesday even ings, Sept. 10 and 17, in the opera house. Both are free and the exhibit will be open from 2 to 8 p. m., with th) lecture at H o'clock, illustrated with stereopticon. This Is under the auspices of the state board of health and in dividuals and families are invited. It is bb ill fisnires go to show that some one dies from tuberculosis every three minute in tho United States. The patrons of the Pavilion enjoyed a very pleasing- show at that theatre last night. The vaudeville consists of good singing, dancing and "jokes. All the performers on the program for the lat half of this week are ladies. All the costumes worn are pretty and the en tertainment is pleasing. Jane Felmar has an exceptionally good voice of mus ical quality, her songs are nicely put over and she scored a hit at both shows. The Young sifters offer a variety of good singing, dancing and jokes, the fea ture of the act being a hard shoe buck and wing dance. The feature for to-day and to-morrow is a masterful Biograpti production, suggested by the verse of the famous poet, Charles Kingsley. The picture, which is entitled "The Sands of Dee," is produced with a remarkable power and in the true Biograph spirit of handling powerful productions. At Dreamland. SATURDAY SPECIALS Belle Waists and Royal Undcrmuslins all we have left of our summer stock and regular ly sold at $1.87, SI. 98 and $2.25, your, choice per garment, on. Saturday, aisonly $1.39 All $1.25 and $1.35 Garments, at 98ccach. Saturday is the last day of Free CorsetFit- tings. Do riot miss this opportunity. Henry W. Knight : Barre, Vt Successor to Veale &'Knignt. "The Narrow Road-' A story with a moral, and it is clearly brought out. It is a stirring picture, an unusual number of scenes ami consequently rapid action. Two men. released from prison the same day, go different ways. The younger goes to his faithful wife, well portrayed by little Mary. The older (Mailesl turns to counterfeiting. The role of the counterfeiter is depicted in the usual style of this most capable actor. The older man tries to lead the younger astray to join him in his counterfeiting work." How nnd why he failed makes in interesting tale. There are fine hits of comedy at most unexpected moments when tension is high. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED. For Sale Straw for sale. Inquire of E. Richie of Trow hill. Aectiioim Sale. There will be an Auction Sale of Household Furniture at Alexander & Co.'s Storehouse, Depot Square, Sat. Sept. 14, at 1 o'clock p. m. 0. II. HALE Auctioneer. IF YOU CANT SWEAT, BUY A SWEATER We have just received'our full assortment of Men's, Boys and Ladies Sweaters. The best and most complete assortment, we believe, that will be seen in the city this season. They come in all the popular colors; Green, Crimson, Grey, Brown, etc., made with the latest up-to-date styles, with or with collars. At prices within the ceach of all 50c to$8.50. W.S. Peck & Co.'s Fall and Winter Suits are now in and ready for your inspection. "Peck Clothes" have-snap and style which the average tailor can t touch. Better investi gate. $10.00 to $22.00. Good Service Our Motto Service is the highest arid best human ideal the world possesses the most practical, too. We want to serve you irua vvayrto earn your belief in our methods. Will you permit us'io doso? F. E. CUTTS & CO. Next Door to Dreamland Theatre, Barre, Vermont U T o The Business man's Shoe u o u o o o o B o s o o Wear HUB RUBBERS next winter DREAILAND THEATRE The Biggest Bargain in Motion Tic-tares. THE NARROW ROAD It may seem hard traveling, but it is the safest. One of those Bio graph sermons that always strike home. ALSO OTHER FEATURES ADMISSION 5 CENTS pMssV must ofnccessity be an easy shoe. His comfort is amply provided for in these stylish, trim lo o k i n g Ralstons, found in our store. Select the sty 1 e 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 O O o o o o Q o May We Show You? PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE o o n C S. Andrews, Prop'r. Hale's Block. Main St. O If you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in The Times. B inder Twine New Stock Just In. Sold by the Ball or Bale Come to us for your Rubber, Canvas or Leather Belts, Belt Lacing, Rivets, Gasoline Engine Cylinder Oil, Machine Oil. C. W. AVERILL & CO. 80-81 North Main Street Telephone 439-W. Barre, Vermont