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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES. BARUE. VT.. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1912.
THE BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1912. Publish') every weekday afternoon. Subscriptions: One year, $3.00; one mouth, 25 cents; single copy, 1 ccm. Entered at the postoffice at Barre as second-class matter. Frank E. Langley, Publisher. After Winston Churchill gets through running for governor of New Hampshire, ho will have plenty of time to write a new story. Perhaps the Republican campaign managers in Vermont, who went to ltev erly Thursday, returned with a little "ginger" to continue the fight which was only half done in the September election. Perhaps bo. "The Woodbury Granite Co. of Barre, says a contemporary. There i littte wonder that such a mistake should be made; but to preserve exact ruth, it should be stated that the Woodbury Co. is located a few miles from Uarre. We don't object to Xew York's getting that part of Vermont which is repre sented by 300,000 cubic feet of granite for the huge Western Union building to be built at the coiner of Urondway and Dey street; it is the greed of New York in taking Vermont men and women that we object to. Pay for our mineral wealth is poor compensation for taking some of the best blood of Vermont, but there is some consolation in the thought that the pay for the stone means a little toward the rebuilding of Vermont. Therefore, take all the granite you can pay for. A NEW YORK INDICATION POLITICALLY. The New York Sun recently conducted a poll of voters in four election districts in New York City to ascertain the pref erence for president of the United States the districts selected being those where "average voters'' predominate, rather than where there are extremes. As result of that canvass, it finds that Wilson, Democrat, has a larpe plurality over either Roosevelt or Taft, and that the former had thirteen more votes than the latter out of 988 votes for a total These same election districts in 1908, the last presidential election, gave Taft majority of 304, showing a gain for the Democratic party and a marked falling-off for the Republican party as measured by the Taft and Roosevelt votes. Working from this as a basis, The Sun figures that Wilson would have a majority of one vote over Taft and Roosevelt in the four election districts next November, and a plurality of near y 400 votes over either Roosevelt or Taft. Undoubtedly, too, if the sami measure of variation is to be experienced throughout other parts of the state, New York will go Democratic by a consider able margin; but northern New York is not likely to show such marked de crease in the Taft vote and such great defection from the Republican party to Roosevelt, thus balancing to a certain extent the Wilson ascendancy in New York City. However, the chances seem to favor the predominance of the Wilson influence in New York City over the remainder of the state. tp!v SUN DA Y SERVICES' A T THE CHURCHES Times and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons. North Barre Methodist Chapel Dca ronesscs in charge, Marion Wilson and Teresa Lanyon. Sunday school at 3 p. lu. Young people's meeting at 7 p. m, St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Websterville W. J. M. Beattie, rector. Evening prayer and sermon at 3 o'clock. .Sunday school at 2 p. m. Thursday evening, service at 7 o'clock. East Barre Congregational Church iPreaching service at 10:30 a. m.; topie, ,"The Hunger of the Heart." Sunday (school at ll:4i a. m. Christian Endeav or service at 7 p. m. St. Monica's Church Children's masi i at 9 o'clock; celebrant, Rev, P. M. Me IKenna. Parish mass at 10:30 o'clock. : Catechism at 3 p. m. Rosary and bene 'diction at 4 p. m. Baptisms at 4 p. m. Berlin Congregational Church Rev. Prank Blomfield. pastor. At 10:45 a. in., service with topic, "The Claims of Chris itianity." Sunday school at noon; adult, (Bible and graded classes. 7:30 p. m., jyoung people's meeting. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meet jing at 7:30. To these services all are I welcome. The reading room is open Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. !7 Summer Btreet. Italian Mission, on Brook street, near Main G. B. Castellini, pastor. Sunday (School at 2:45 p. m. Meeting for grown people at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs day at 7:30 p. m. Sewing class and gymnasium closed for the summer. All ,'welcome. The Church of the Good Shepherd jW, J. M. Beattie, rector. Holy com munion at 8 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30. Sunday school at lll:50. Evening prayer snd sermon at '7 o'clock. Sen-ice Friday evening at 3 o'clock. Baptist Church, Websterville Robert Jj. Caster, pastor. Morning service at '10:30. Bible school at 11:30; missionary Sunday, "A Trip to Alaska." Junior meeting at 3 p. m. Senior meeting at 6:20. Evening service at 7 o'clock. Reg ular prayer and praise service Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Salvation Army Services Sunday school at 1:30; Sunday afternoon meet ing, 2:30; Sunday evening, salvation meeting, 8 o'clock; Monday night, 9, Wednesday night, 8; Saturday night, freo and easy, 8; Saturday, Band of Love for children at 2:30. Everybody welcome to these meetings. First Presbyterian Church Duncan Salmond, pastor. Morning service at 10:30: subject, "The Secret of Self-De- 1 unit n t. Susdar nnl &t id o The Blue Serge Suit is the center, of popularity, never becomes common place any more than air and water or other neces sities. It has distinction when made up and fitted our way. $20 buys a med ium weight, desirable from every point of view; a few dollars more means a finer fabric and a silk . lining. Other styles, other fa bricsand otherpricesfrom ' $15.00 to $35.00. Your money returned for any purchase that proves unsatisfactory. We Clean, Press and Repair Clothing. wasssm 174 North Main Stree'., Bane, Vermont The Big Store With the Little Prices. Popular meeting at 7:30; subject, "The Three Greatest Hymns in the English Language." Communicants' class Thurs day at :30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs day at 7:30. First Baptist Church George H. Holt, pastor. Morning service at 10:30; sub ject, "The I n condemned Man." Sunday school at 12 o'clock. It is hoped that rallv dav interest will continue as it was expressed Inst Sunday. Christian En deavor meeting at 5:4j subject, Mis sionary Holuness. hvening service at ( o'clock; subject, "The Search Party." T'ravpr mnftintr ThurRiiav niirhf will be ..,......,..,. .,..,..,.. u,,i.;..t i,.t on.l7.fia I im-.nu, oiijn.,.n.n ....... ...... The woman's missionary meeting will be held Wednesday at 2 o clock at the church for work. Hedding Methodist Episcopal Church K. F. Newell, pastor. Morning wor ship at 10:30; sermon on "The Preach ers' Belief mid Mission"; short sermon to young people on "Little Preachers." Sunday school at 12; may we keep up the excellent attendance of last Sunday; pastor's dass will discuss, "Why We Believe in Miracles." Kpworth league tonic at 6 o clock, "The Shock of lhsap ? ointment The Supreme Test of a High 'urpose." Regular evening service at 7; subject, "The Right Choice A King dom Lost and Won." Good music. Otli cial board meeting on Wednesday even ing at 7:30. Congregational Church J. W. Barnett, pastor. 10:30 a. in., worship and ser mon; subject, "The Axe at the Root of the Tree." 12 in.. Sunday school; rally day exercises; let everyone enrolled in the Sunday school either as officer, teach er or pupil plun to be present; let it be the largest and best yet. 5:43 p. m., Y. P. S. C. E.; topic, "Missionary Bold ness," Acts 4:13, 23, 31; in charge of the missionary committee. 7 p. in., wor ship and sermon; subject, "Jesus Com ing to His Own." Thursday, 7:30 p. m midweek meeting; preparatory service; topic, "Holiness and the Commonplace," ol. 3:1-2.). All who nave no regular hurch home are cordially invited. The program for the morning service is: Organ, "Prelndium," Selby; anthem, 'Great and Marvelous," Turner; offer-j PROTECTION It Is Better to be Safe Than to be Sorry A Safe Deposit Box is the best place to keep securely your valuable papers, jewels and the like. We rent private boxes at $3.00 per year, larger ones at corresponding rates. When this security can be had for less than one cent a day, it is the height of folly to car ry your own risk. A Safe Deposit Box is the cheapest insur ance in the world. The Peoples National Bank Of Barre WORTHEN BLOCK OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS FROM 7 TO 8 O'CLOCK 0 namtt itttxttttnttmtixxuxmxiBttsnitmtttt Me This Store Your Headquarters Extra Bargains in Every Department for Saturday! More New Goods Received All Go in This I tory, tenor solo, "Rabykin," Waison; organ, 'Festal March," Ashmall. In the evening, organ, '"Meditation," Capoieo; anthem, "The (iolden Threshold," Lohr; offertory quartet, "Rock of Ages," Reed. Univeraalist Church .John it. Eeardon, minister. Preaching service at 10:30; subject, "How the Law of Incidental Ke. wards Operates in the Moral and Spirit ual Realms of Life." Bible study at 11:45; subject, "A Review of the Quar ter's Lessons." Devotional meeting of the Young 1'eople'a Christian union in the vestry at 7; subject, "Living Our Religion." Quarterly church meeting in the vestry Thursday evening at 7:30. Meetmc for the bov scouts in the vestry Friday evening at 7:30. Rally Sunday in all departments of the church on the first Sunday in October; prepare for it. At the morning service to-morrow, Prof. W. A. AVheaton will play "Offpitoire in (!," by Battman, and "Allegro Vivaci," Rwick. The Orpheus male quartet will ing, "Rejoice, the Lord Is King," by Parker," and "Ten Thousand Time Ten Thousand," by Lillian Faitt Sheldon. George V. Grant will render a violin solo for the offertory, entitled "Berceuse,' bv Goddard. SATURDAY SPECIAL Fifty-three pairs of ladies' $3.50 and 3.00 Oxfords All this season's makes and sizes, per pair $1.98 Your size is here. Step in. BARRE SHOE CO. CASH SHOE STORE UQUIDATION SALE of Boston Dry Goods Co., one of Boston's largest! wholesale houses, going out ol business. Our large purchase from this company of new fall and win ter goods, at prices never before offered to you by this store. Last year about this time we held our alteration sale, when we offered you new goods at a big reduction. This time we are glad to offer you a better sale, bigger reductions, larger assortment of better wsx4l-'i nil nnvir varinlmt fwfgrtg? J L. - 1 U U yUUU9) Oil Willi,! JJUUU3 ttllU 1 111 L 111 LUC uc- ginning of the winter season. New Fall and Winter Ready-to-Wear Garments All Re duced in This Sale. Ladies' Fall and Winter Coats, Ladies' Rain Coats, Ladies' Skirts, Misses' and Children's Coats, Ladies' Wool Dresses, Ladies' Silk Dresses, Silk Waists, Petti coats, House Dresses, Dress Goods, Silks, Percales, Prints, Ginghams, Cotton, Sheets, Bed Spreads, Blankets, Outing Flannel, Fall and Winter Underwear. 12 u WINTER UNDERWEAR. Ralston Shoes are right up to the minute in style and "right up to scratch" in quality. Frankly we do not know any other $4.00 shoe which offers you the same splendid values you get in Ralstons. If you like shoes which look and feel right which are everywhere accepted as Authority Styles -wear Ralstons. Made on foot moulded lasts Ralstons do not require "breaking A Ralstons. Made on foot XK X moulded lasts Ralstons do L jgg&t ww not rcquire "brcakin8: fa" yyflm PeIeShoe Store 1 - nin t i i-"I mw in - O 29c anil 35c Ladies' Fleeced Vests and Pants, extra heavy, all sizes, each .. .23c 50c Ladies' Vests and Pants 44c 50c LTnion Suits for 44c $1.00 Union Suits 80c $1.50 Union Suits for $1.39 $2.00 Union Suits for 1.75 $1.00 Wool Vests and Pants 89 $1.50 Wool Vests and Pants 1.29 25c Children's Fleeced Vests and Pants for 23c Children's Wool Underwear, each 30c, 35c, 40c and 45c i i Flannelette Robes for Women and Children Ladies Flannel Robes for , ....47c Ladies' White Robes, special, for ..... . 75c 11.00 Ladies' Colored Robes, for 79c $1.19 White Flannelette Robes, for. ....95c Children's Flannelette Robes, for 45c Ladies' Black Petticoats 1 case of these Skirts to sell You can save 25 to 35c on each skirt. fl.00 Petticoat for 79c $12S Petticoat for.... 98c JL39 Petticoat for 81. 19 L50 Petticoat for 81. 25 12.00 Petticoat for 81.50 and 81.75 12.25 Petticoat for 81 98 12.75 Petticoat for 82.25 SALE OF BLANKETS AND OUTING FLANNELS. e Boston's largest this Liquidation sale from wholesale house. Five hundred pairs of Blankets in sale. 25c Crib Blanket 15c 75c Fancy Crib Blanket 49c Good sized Blanket 55c 89c Blanket for 75c hoc liianKet ior soc p 98c Blanket for 89c L $1.15 Blanket for 98c S $1.25 Blanket for Sl.lO $1.50 Blanket for 1.35 $2.00 Blanket for 1.75 $2.50 Extra Heavy Blanket for 1.98 $2.75 Extra Heavy Blanket for 2.25 Wool Blankets $3.25, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00 SALE SWEATERS FOR MISSES AND LADIES. 75c Sweater for 50c $1.25 Sweater for . .$1.00 $1.50 Sweater for 1.25 $2.00 Sweater for 1.75 $2.25 Sweater for 1.98 $3.25 Sweater for 2.75 $3.50 Sweater for 3.98 $5.00 Sweater for 3.50 Other Heavy Sweaters . .$5.75 and $0.00 i - , NOTICE All Goods in this Store Reduced. It Pays to Buy Here. The latest things are here remember all the new things reduced in this sale. 11 A nale of gingham, fiOO ylrU 12VsC ginghams, on ale Saturday for 0c per yard, at Pcrry'a. This week being the last Friday in September, we are going to offer a fine lot of MACKEREL: KM fifl Tust V). good size and strictly fresh 20C Pound j Mackerel, good size, each.. 20c j Blue Fish, fine for bakine. Ib 20c S j Shore Haddock, lb 10 12c! j Chicken Halibut, lb.... 22 25c j Rock Cod, lb 10 12c j Flounders, lb 10c . .. on?-!! Salmon, id oucj j Finnan Haddies, lb 12c j Clams, fresh open ; d, pint .... 1 8c i Oysters, fresh opened, pint.. 25c i Lobsters, fresh boiled, lb.... 35c S j Shell Oysters, doz 25c 1 I Shell Clams, Saturday morning, peck i 50c! J WILL YOU PLEASE ORDER j EARLY? . i S i SMITH & CUMINGS j J Telephone Call, 400 j iat you have been looking for New Fall Styles FOR MEN AND WOMEN If you admire the beautiful you will enjoy looking over the new Walk-Overs ;for Fall. We enjoy showing them. Let your next pair be a "YVALK-OVE R." THE WALK-OVER SHOE STORE. 170 North Main Street Barre, Vermont.