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THE BARRE DAILY TI.MKS. UAKItE. VT.. TUESDAY. SEI'TEMISER 2i. 1012.
Prapeipy Season Mere? Every year this department is increasing in the demands for our curtains and drapery materials; we have some of the best -goods on the market, if n't the best. All new, handsome pat terns and colorings in all materials. The large assortment we carry in these lines enables the shopper to find what she is look ing for and the attractii'eness of colors will appeal to the shop per at once. Do not buy until you have inspected this depart ment. We are showing in our window only a few new num bers that are ready for your approval. SCRIMS This is one on the strongest lines in this department; we have a 40 inch scrim, all new styles with border patterns and colorings, per yard, at 25c New Marquisettes, in plain and fancy designs, new patterns, per yard, at 38c Plain Marquisettes, in white and Arabian, 40-inch, per yard, at 29c and 38c Plain Scrims, in white and Arabian, per yard, at 15c and 25c CRETONNES New patterns in stripes, and figured, per yard, at 18c and 29c SILKOLENES Here you will find a large assortment of these goods, just the material for puffs and draperies, per yard, at I2j4c Plain colors, per yard, at... 10c COUCH COVER MATERIALS A 50-inch Material, in green and red. also good for portieres, per yard, at 50c DEMINS Plain Demins, 36-inch, per yard, at 25c PLAIN BURLAP In green, brown and natural, per yard, at ...18c MONKS' CLOTH Anew, softer finish than the burlap, per yard, at 39c New Couch Covers, Portieres and Table Covers Just Received THE HOMER FITTS COMPANY TALK OF THE TOWN Last call on peaches. AVe have just received a fancy lot of Elberta peaches. Large baskets at $1.10. Remember, this i the last of peaches for the season. At Diversi Fruit company. Mi8 Morgan's dancing school will open Friday, Sept. 27, in Woodmen's hall. Pupils wishing to enter the class cail tin Miss Morgan, 70 Ayers street, or phone 444-11. I!e sure and pome to the supper to be served by the September circle at lledding M. E. church next Wednesday, Sept. 25. The chicken pies are to b made by Mrs. Benedict and the quality of them can be depended upon. TALK OF THE TOWN We have a few good peaches left at 7."c a basket. These are absolutely sound. At Diversi i'ruit company. Menu of Presbyterian Church Supper. Wednesday, Sept 25. Cold Meat. Baked Beans. Brown Bread. Cabbage Salad. Pickles. Beet Salad. Hot Bolls. Lemon Tie. Custard Tie. Doughnuts. Assorted Cake. Tea. Coffee. Supper from 5:30 to 7:-'i0. Price 23c. Children under 12 years, 15 cents. ONE OF OUR LEADERS We would be pleased to give you a demonstration. List of Second-Hand Cars J One Ford, equipped with electric lights, and Master vibrator. 1$ One 2-cylinder Buick. J One 4-pasjenger Touring Car. One 5'passengcr Touring Car. 1$ All will be sold at extremely low prices. Drowns Mortor Car Co. Jefferson Street, Barre, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN MEN'S and BOYS' NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Our fall line of Men's and Boys' Negligee Shirts is now complete. The Arrow, Monarch and Hath away Shirts tell the story. Our stock consists of all that is up-to date in pat terns and styles. We have added this season the new Short Stiff Bosom Shirt for those who do not like the Negli gee, at $1,00 and $1.50. A complete line of Boys' Negligee Shirts at 50c and $1.00. We also carry what we consider the best 50c Shirt on the market the Princely in a complete line ef patterns. WE WANT YOU TO SEE OUR SHIRTS. The Frank McWhorter Co. IViliam Clirisg of liurre upent Sunday with friends in West Topsluim. Miss Gladys Carroll of Keith avenue is confined to tiie house by illness. II. 11. Blancliard of Springfield was among the business visitor in the city to-day. R. K. Itooth of Essex Junction arrived in the city last night for a few days' business vis.it. Mihs Theresa Linekin of Thomaston, Me., arrived in the city last evening for an extended visit. William livartson of Durham. X. II., was amonjj the visitors in t lie city yes terday and to-day. Mrs. William Shannon of Summer street is able to be out, after two week of serious illness. Miss Ena Adie returned home Sun day from a ten days' visit with relatives in Hanover, X. II. William Murray left this forenoon for Brattlehoro, where he will remain for a few days on business, John Brown . tf llassett street left to-day for Xew York, where he will visit j relatives for a fortnight. I William Mel-eod of Warren street re turned home last night, after spending the sunimer at Bethlehem, X. II. William Buchanan and Charles Van Cor left this forenoon for Xew York, where they will pass ten days. Miss Ohvyn Jones of Prospect street has been detained from her duties in the F. I). I.add Co.'s store by illness. The regular meeting of the school com missioners will be held at the Npaulding building this evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Frances I. Coburn of Orange street left this forenoon on the New York excursion, to be absent two weeks. (T. If. Hale of l'earl street left this morning for Tunbridge, where he will participate in the doings at the "World's fair." Everett Jackson of Brookfield wens this morning to Burlington to resume his studies r.t the university of Ver Mrs. Samuel Carswell of Ayers street left this forenoon for Xew York, where she will remain ten days with rela tives. Miss Cora Goodwin returned yester day to her home in Tunbridge," after spending a few davs with friends in the citv. W. II. Jones of l'lattsbiirg. X. V., and Maurice Hugbee of Washington street went this morning to Wateibury for a few days' visit with friends. Mrs. William Creig of 54 Xorth Main street left this morning for Xew York, from where she will go to Larchmont for a week's visit with her son, and sister. Twenty tickets were sr-ld at the Cen tral Vermont station at 11:40 for the excursion to Xew York. Two extra day coaches were attached to the regular train going over the ISarre branch. Miss Blanche Coolcy of East Mont pelier has resumed her duties at the Daylight store, after having been ab sent for several days- on account of the illness of her sister, Mrs. C. H. Ken drick. Among the delegates from the Church of the trivod Shepherd, who expect to leave to-night for Bennington to attpnd the diocesan convention are F. (4. How land, John Bobbins, J. W. Vaughan and Harry Smith. Leon R. Abliott, who has been spend ing the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Abbott of Abbott ave nue, left this forenoon for Allston, Mass.. where he will remain while pursuing his course of study Ht the Massachu setts Institute of Technology. Roadmastcr 15. H. Watson of the Montpelier & Wells River railroad has a gang of men engaged in replacing the railroad ties covering the city sewer sys tem in the rear of the Calder &, Richard sou block on Depot square with granite slabs. For a stretch of thirty-five feet, the sewer main in this vicinity has been protected by railroad ties. These, how ex er," were in a decayed condition, and it was thought advisable to supplant the gTanite slabs before the wooden cover gave way and clogged the system. A number of stonecutters are employed on .the job, THE BARRE DAILY TIMES TALK OF TIIE TOWN Buy your ready-to-wear garments now at Vaughan's. A regular meeting of the L. A., A. O. H., will be held Wednesday night in K. of C. hall. - Prepare for cold weather; this week, comfortable materials at bargain prices Henry W. Knight. Our big purchase from Boston Dry Goods company's liquidation sale is on sale at Vaughan a. The Arts and Crafts club will meet with the Misses Spear on Jefferson street Wednesday evening. The ladies' aid of the Presbyterian church will hold their annual fair on the 14th, 15th and Kith of November. Mrs. William Gieig left this forenoon for Xew York, in which vicinity she will make a ten days' visit with relatives. Philip Vercoe and Harry Olliver re turned home last night, after passing the summer in the White mountains. James W. (iroarson of 173 Hill street left today for St. Johnshury, where he will attend the state Baptist conven tion. Chicken pie supper. Where! lled ding M. E. church. When? Wednesday, Sept. 25, to be served from 5:30 to 7 o'clock, Mrs. Frank Trow of Trow hill re turned home to-day, after .spending sev eral days with relatives in Plaiiiliehl and Marshileld.- Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Grenier re turned yesterday afternoon to their home in Colchester, after passing the week-end with friends in the city. Mis Mildred Cook and Miss Agnes Olsen of Washington street returned home last night, after spending several days with friends in Lebanon, X. II. Abraham Jacobs of East Corinth was a business visitor in the city yesterday." Mr. Jacobs recently purchased the farm in Corinth owned by Mrs. Fred Mann. Mrs, Frank A. Hutchinson of Park street went yesterday to St. Johnshury, where she will attend the state Hnptist convention in session there this week. J Mrs. Howard Rockwood of Wtiteiburv arrived in the citv yesterday for a few days' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. X M, Nelson of Merchant street. Miss Crissic Casson, who recently re turned to Barre, after passing the sum mer at Old Orchard, Me., is employed as a stenographer in the law oliice of M. M. Gordon. Mrs. Arthur J. Boisson and two chil dren, who have been visiting relatives in this city and Websterville, returned this morning to their home near Sherbrooke, p. y. Harry Specter of Jersey City, X, J., who is making a stay of several weeks in Barre, returned yesterday, after pass ing a few days in Burlington on busi ness. Dean Ayers of Beck ley street left last night for Hanover, X. 11,, where he will resume his duties in a, drug store in which he has been employed since August 1. Rev. and Mrs. George IT. Holt of Highland avenue left yesterday for St. Johnshury, where they are attending the annual gathering of the Vermont State Baptist convention. Regular meeting of Bright Star Re bckah lodge, Xo. IS, Wednesday even ing, Sept. 25, at H o'clock. All mem bers are requested to be present. Im portant business. Vice grand. Retail Clerks, Xotice! Regular meet ing of local 241, R. C. I. P. A., to lie held in K. of P. hall Wednesday even ing, Sept. 25. at 7:311 o'clock. All mem hen are requested to be present. A meeting of the Xorth Barre crih bage team will be held in the Bonaccord pavilion to-night, Tuesday, at 6:30 o'clock. Let every member be present. : Business important. Per order secre tary. Regular meeting of lumpers, boxers j and dernckinen. No. 50, will be held in carpenters' hull, Wednesday evening, Sept. 25, at 7:30 o'clock. Important business. Per order Cor. See. Thos. R. Holder. Mrs. Emma A. LaPoint was appointed a department aide of the Woman's Re lief corps by the lute president, Mrs.' Ida Goodenough and has received her com mission from Mrs. Hattie Shipman, de partment president, of Hani wick. Xotice, Winneta council, Xo. 10, D. of P.! All tbor-e wishing to go to the corn roast Saturday afternoon at Amos Hall's farm, please hand their names to either Mrs. Ievin, Mrs. Inglis, Mrs. Bres-sett or Mrs. Brown lief ore Thurs day night. Amos Hall's team will carry the ladies to the farm. Xotice! An adjourned meeting of Barre branch. G. C. I. A., will be held in Miles hall Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1(112. for the purpose of voting for two delegates to attend the convention of the Amer ican Federation of Labor. The ballot will be open from 4 o'clock until 8 in the evening. Angus McDonald, Secre tary. Among the clergymen from out of the city who are participating in the serv ice of forty hours' devotion at St. Mon ica's church are Rev. W. F. Crosby of llardwick, Rev. T. Leonard of St. Johns burv, Rev. J. B. MeGarrv of Xorthfield. Rev. D. E. Coffey of Watcrbury, Rev. E. F. Cray of Albany, and Rev. Joseph Turcot of Graniteville. Avviso! l"n inportantissimo meeting della branch di Barre delta G. C. I. A. verra tenuto Martedi 24 Settembre al j Miles lull e per 1' elezione del due dele gat i al Congiesso dell' American Federa tion of Labor. Stante 1' importanza di tali due deliberazione le urne per votare resteranno aperte detto giorno dellc 4 alle 8 pom. Xon mancate a qnestu vo tazione. ' Per online Angus McDonald, Secretary. Coddard seminary boys to enter Tufts college this fall include Raymond Sher burne of St. Johnslnirv. Clarence R. i Muclver of Graniteville, John Btacknier Smith of Williamstown and Clayton G. Spencer of Barre. Already thev are en tering into college life, Sherburne and i Muclver being on the varsity football souad with Richardson, a Goddard graduate of the previous year, and Spencer has been elected a member of the committee on "Amateur Xiglit," an institution first established at Tufts last vear. TALK OF TIIE TOWN Abbott's full line of winter underwear and hosiery now ready for your inspec tion. George A. Hill of Xorthfield arrived in the city yesterday for a few days' business tfit." William T. Maiden of Merchant street went to Burlington yesterday to resume his studies at the university of Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Findley returned yesterduy to their home in llardwick, after spending a few days with friends in the city. Mrs. Edith Milne is passing several days in Graniteville, having been called there by the deuth of her brother, George Riddel, Rev. W. J. M. Beattie of Highland avenue left this morning for Benning ton, where he will attend the annual convention of the Vermont diocese. Robert C. Davie returned to his home in St. JohiiHbury yesterday, after a short visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. P. J. Corskie, of Tremont street. George F. Howe of South Main street resumed his duties as motorinan on the Barre & Montpelier Traction Co.'s line this morning, after a ten days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bridges, who have been spending two weeks with Mrs. Bridges' parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. IT. Adams, of South Barre. have returned to their home in Xorwich. Conn. Barre friends of Mrs. C. P. Davie of St. Johnshury will be glad to learn that she is recovering from an operation which she underwent September 15 at Brightlook hospital. St. Johnshury. W. J. Edwards,' Alex. Bowermart and Leonard Trimble of Websterville left this morning for Bennington, where they will attend the Episcopal diocesan con vention as delegates from St. John the Baptist, church. Mr. ami Mrs. Clellan Waldo Fisher of Worcester, Mass., who nre stopping in this city visiting old friend, were for mer Barre people and are well known here. Mrs. Fisher was Miss Mae Bick ford. Charles Riddell of Detroit, Mich., will arrive in the city to-night on his way home to Ganiteville, where he will ! attend the funeral of hisyounger broth- er, George Riddell. whose death occurred i at the Heaton hospital in Montpelier,! Sunday forenoon. :: 1 A Seasonable Combination I AT BARGAIN PRICES For a few days you can buy here pure white "Quilt Batting," seven ounce rolls for FIVE CENTS EACH and "San Toy" or patch work at 6c per yard. A complete stock of Batting, from a seven-ounce to a three-pound roll at 5c, 8c, 10c, 12c. 15c, 18c, 35c and 50c each. Let us show you. You'll find it pays to trade here." HENRY W. KNGHT: Barre, Vt. Successor to Vealc & Knignt. It it 11 :::nn:::K:::::K::n::n:t:::K::::::n::;:::::a:::5j:::::K::in:R;; u.wm I TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED. WANTKD M t-clam carter on monumental work, tioo'l pay for rlgnt man. Apply to E. A. Uugbee Si to. J6JU LOST A gold rlnir between Barlller'i tor and lb liowlaad 1111. Saturday nk'tit. Will flri'lur pleaan rtturn to t ie Times ollics? 16Jtl LOMV A cold locket and cbaln between Cutler's llery nnil the Kat Barre post ntnoe, engraved, finder pleaae leava at 'lime ofHo. Kew.rU. KM WASTKD AT ONCK A capaolo eirl for general lirnaew9rta. hinall family; modern house; rood waves. Inquire of ilra. C A. et. 1J Baldwin Street, Montpelier, Vt. ltitf GRANITE BUSINESS FOR SALE Granite business in prosperous illinnia town; roneintlng of a modern siied, luox.'f, feet, well ventilated, well equipped. Willi machinery, in e.hiduitf aixty horse power lioilir, fifty home power engine, thirty fiore power iraxoline en gine (newi, Hlui-i'li'll air coinprensor (ninety feet l'r minute i. ten-ton travelling rrani', two pohcliiiiK wlioelx, larite Kolten anrfaeera. bump er. pltiir drill, a lot of pnemiiiitio toolf, et, lie idea well eoiiituied liUrkMiiitli shop. A larir amount of work un band Ixaidea two cam of liUekMiiiili shop. A larjre band Ixaidea two earn of dimension stock, hverythlnff would invoice fur around Slo.ort). but the owner .iy si ll at liirnai, a one of the owner in anxioii to go farther wear. Might aell one-half interest if everything w satinfaetory. Here is an excel lent opportunity Mr anyone acquainted wmi the Inimneaa to entire in something that is profitable and do business direct w ith the con sumer. Cull t our otiice and see pnotograpn. D. i. Perry Real Esta e Agencj, Barre, l. DREAMLAND THEATRE THE ADVANCED SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC LEARNING. TO-DAY HONOR THY FATHER The. tale of a struggle and a victory. It promotes love and unity where discord sat with gloom and de spair. ALSO OTHER FEATURES ADMISSION - - 5 CENTS MISS HELEN BRUCE, PIANIST. erfection Oil Heaters" are just the thing for these cool nights and days. Will save you from starting your furnace and will make your room very comfortable. No danger. No smoke. Fully , guaranteed. THE N. D. PHELPS CO. Telephone 29 Barre, Vermont i STEWART AND STUART in their hip; comedy musical act, introducing solos, ducts, xylophone numbers, band instruments and novelty instrument. A high-class, pleasing act. WESTON SISTERS A refined sister act,. offering tine h armony singing numbers, a little comedy and dancing. Photoplays THE FRAILTY OF MAN. f THE OLD STAGE COACH. An exceedingly human western drama of deep heart-to-heart interest. A line Si-lig production that is pleasing to a:i. Mun is Hiways subject to the pitfalls of life. The frailness of one man ia Miown in this powerful drama in a vy that should teach a lesson to alL '-' Extra! Extra! Wednesday Night, September 25, 1912 "A LAWYER'S DILEMMA" By the Pavilian Stock Company CAST J. C. GALL - - - - - - A Lawyer G H- DOUGLASS ------- Book Aeent O GREENE BURNELL ... - . - jake It's on long, lingering lau?h from start to finish, O. G. Burnell in the comedy Dart. ' Don't miss it! It's one of the best local talent acts ever seen in the city. r HIT - r tir Tl riT, ADMISSION, 10 Management of W. H. DUTHIE MISS IONE GHIO, Pianist. CENTS. CHILDREN. CENTS. NOTICE. The Orange water will be turned o(T Wednesday and Thursday for the pur pose of changing the main. The pres sure will be low for people living on high ground and it would be well for them to draw water enough for the day, Wednesday morning before eight o'clock. H C. Reynolds, Supt. Regular meeting of Iroquois tribe. Xo. 1(5, to-night at 7:30; degree rehearsal. lit ill STEP BY STEP vre proceed on life's journey un til the end. Be good to your feet ancV- MAKE LIFE'S WALK EASY BY WEARING OUR SHOES Our shoes are the comfortable, dependable kind that everybody likes. We have just received a large shipment of new Fall Shoes for women in all leathers Tan and Black. High cuts and low cuts. Clarice, at $3.00 and $3.50 V ALOIS, at 2.50 and 2.7S , Do.iis, at $2.00 FOR STYLISH. INEXPENSIVE SHOES BUY OF US THE PEOPLES SHOE STORE C. 8. Andrews, Prop'r Hale's Block Barre, Vt. UNDERTAKERS Licensed Embalmers NIGHT OR DAY CALLS ' WJ LL RECEIVE PROM PT ATTENTION PERRY & NOONAN Depot Square, Telephones. 4251-2-3 HORSE BLANKETS Direct from the factory. We can give you the best trade ever on these goods. An entirely new line. Come in, and look them ove C. W. AVERILL & CO. 80-81 North Main Street. Telephone 439-W. Barre, Vermont