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THE UARKK DAILY TIMES, UAHRE. VT.. TUESDAY, NOVEMllEIt 3. 11)12.
Guard Against the Pinch of Jack Frost That's what these- warm, romfnrf cnvinc blankets will o O . jtrr be to you if you'll let them. BLANKETS What a satitfaction when you re tire at night to know that you have coverings that will keer you snug and warm clear through the night. In the various sizes, weights, colors, qualities, we have a large assortment of splendid Blankets. Soecia Vahie they last, per pair, at. This week to make a hurry sale, we put on sale at once, unc lot or gooa size uca uianKcrs, large size, brown mixed with colored borders; this is a $1.50 value, while 1.39 S9c pair you can find a good Cotton Blanket in small size, gray, tan and white, 75c, 85c, $1.00 are Blankets ' in our larger size, good quality, with a colored border. dl Of is a Gray Blanket pij with a colored border and good size. $1.50 in white and in gray an excep tional value for the money. $2.00, $2.25 are Blankets in an extra heavy weight, with colored border. $2.50, $2.75 are quick sellers, good weight and size; do not pass either of these values. California Wool Blankets in White and Gray, Large Size, from $5.00 up to $12.00 Comforters We are showing a large line of Com forters this season, all colors and prices from $1.00 up to $2.98. Indian Blankets A good heavy Blanket for the auto, sleigh, couch or den many practical uses; from $3.50 to $6.00 each. Outings Outing Flannels in both light and dark at per yard 10c Wool Flannels Good quality of white at per yard, from 25c to $1.00 Duckling Fleeced Soft and warm, just the thing for wrappers or ki monos, handsome pat terns, at, per yard, 12 l-2c Superfine Flannel in a good assortment of patterns at, per yard, 15c Outing Robes A large assortment of Robes in colors and white from, each.... 50c to $1.00 Underwear Cotton and wool, best qual ity for, the money, at each, from 25c up to $3.00 THE GOSSARD CORSETS "They Lace in Front." You are cordially invited to attend our demonstration Friday and Saturday, November 8th and 9th. The Homer Fitts Company Wyandotte Washing Powder Milk bottles, bottle caps, brushes and cases, Wyandotte Washing Powder, the best cleanser for bottles, cans and all dishes used for food purposes. In 5 pound sacks at 25c per sack. Best Separator Oil and Machine Oil. L. B. DODGE SOO North Main St. Barre, Vermont i Child reus Clothing j Th. Puma mr4 It. Names. The large American cat known as the puma Is very rich In names, which fact leads to no little confusion In the minds of young students of natural history. The early Turitun settlers In New England named the nnlmal the painter, meaning, of course, panther, because In shape and size It strongly resembles this fierce carnivore of the old world. It also received the name catamount which was shortened down from cat of the mountain. The red dish color of the fur of some of the specimens suggested the name red ti ger, while In certain places It was giv en the more majestic uame of moun tain lion. In South America one of the native mimes was cugnacuara, but we have very sensibly knocked off four of the six syHables and shortened It to cougar. The .puma has such a wide ranre. being found from Canada to Patagonia, that naturally enough it re ceives a different name In the various countries and localities which It in habits. Six names for one animal! No wonder readers of book of travel get confused. TALK OF TIUC TOWN To rent at 81 Currier street, a small tenement. Visit our second floor for winter wear ing apparel at Vaughan'a. This is fur weather. See Abliott's lino of small furs and muffa. Piano ami organ tuning work guar anteed. Uailcv'a Muaic. ltoomn'. Jhon 22-W. Edward J. Thorpe of Woonaocket, R. J., was among the busmen visitors in the city yesterday. l'aul D. Leavitt anil James R. Mackay left thU afternoon for Burlington on a short businega trip. J. Paul liarrett of Syracuse, X. Y., was fuming the business visitors in the city yesterday and to-day. ".T. Herbert lilackman of Rockland, Me., arrived in the city last night to remain for a few days on business. Ralph F. Turner of South Main street returned last night from a three weeks' visit with relatives in Jiraintree. Alexander Hanton of Merchant street left to-day for lioston, where he will remain for a few days on business Coach John A. Kurtz of Seminary street left to-day for Ifuilington. where he will visit friends for a few days Miss Rose Myott, who has been visit ing friends in the city, returned yes terday to her home in Lebanon, N. H. hanov ribbons for holiday work, 100 different patterns 5 inches to 0 inches in width, at 21c per yard. Henry ' W. Knight. Peter Miro of 1(50 .Seminary street leaves to-night for lVovidonee, R. I., where ho will be employed during the winter. Miss Ressie Waters of Cliff street, who has been spending tlu.ee weeks with rel atives in Lebanon, X. H., returned home last night. One new smallpox case was reported to-day, that of L. K. lltttchiua of Avers street. Its origin is traced to the Ralph Martin boy. Mrs. E. P. Canning, who has been vis iting friends in llarre for the past ten days, left this morning for her home in Montsville. Fred Morrill, a senior at Ooddard sem inary, who has been spending the past few weeks at Charlotte, returned yes terday afternoon. Charles 'Long, a student at Goddard seminary, left to-day for Boston, where he will visit relatives for a few days, prior to the reopening of school, Judge II. W. Scott, grand high priest of the ermont grand loilge of (Mil J-el- lows, returned yesterday from Bradford, where he attended a district meeting. The regular meeting of the thirteenth Odd Fellows district, to have been held in Williamstowii in November, has been postponed to a date not yet decided upon. Angelo BarofTi of Montpelier, who is well known in Barre, leaves to-night for New York, where he will sail shortly for his former home in Italy to pass the winter. Orville Root, who has been spend ing the past few weeks at his home in Charlotte, returned to this city yester day afternoon. Mr. Root is a member of the senior "class at Goddard semi nary. The financial secretav of the T. ( V., will be at their rooms from (1:30 p. m. to 9 o clock p. m. in Knights of Columbus hall, Scampini block, for the purpose of collecting dues. All members are hereby so notified. Per order Frank Caslani 11. S. Joseph Comolli and Joseph Bemasconi leave to-night for New York, where they will visit friends for a few days be fore sailing on the French liner La Prov ence for their former home near Milan to spend the winter. 11 segretario di finana del Online In dipendente dei Forester aspetter.i tutti i socii alia lora sala nel Scampini block dalle ore 0:3(1 fino alle 9 p. m. per comodare coloro die volosse pa gin? le loro tasse. Per, ordme d J Sec. Coris pondente, Frank Caslani. In city court yesterday afternoon, Fred Davidson of (iranite street was fined 13 TALK OF THE TOWN To rent at 81 Currier street, a smaU tenement. Winter underwear for women and chil dren at VaiighaTi'K. Abbott is having a special sale of ladies' wool dresses. Dr. J. W. Stewart left last night for Boston on a few days' business trip. Sheet music, 10 and IS cents per copy. Bailey's Music Rooms, 14 Elm street, Barre. Choose from the largest assortment of flaimeletto robes and skirts. Henry W. Knight. William Whitehead left last night for Los Angeles, Calif., where he will pass the winter. A daughter was born last Saturday to Mr. anil Mrs. James Wood of 7 Kl more street. CJet ready for school npxt week. Chil dren's underwear and hosiery at The Yauglian Store. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wyeliffe of Mont- treal, P. y., were among tho visitors in the city yesterday. Clarence W. Breckinridge of Nashua, N. II., was among the business visitors in the city yesterday. Louis C'omi arrived in the city yes terday from Milford, N. II., for a few days' visit with relatives. D. M. Miles of West street left last evening for Boston, where he will re main tor a few days on business. William Shores of Waterbury arrived here yesterday for & few days' visit at his former home in South Barre. Roy Lawson, a student at Goddard seminary, left to-day for Boston, where lie. will visit friends tor a lew days. W. O. Case, who has been sivndinir t several days in the city on business, left lust night for his home in Calais, Me. Joseph Rizzi of North Main street, who has been visiting at Wolcott for the past few days, returned to this city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pike, who have been visiting friends in the city for a few davs. returned yesterday to their home in Milton. Mr. and Mrs. John Papin of Bolster avenue returned yesterday afternoon from Burlington, v here they have been visiting for several days. James McDonald of 07 John street left yesterday afternoon for Northfield, where he has secured employment with the Pelnggi (iranite company. C. A. Bennett of Central street re turned yesterday afternoon from East Alburg, where he has been spending the past few days at the SowleS camp. The Gossanl corsets they lace in front. Yoii are cordially invited to at tend our demonstration Friday and Sat urday, November 8 and 9. Homer Fitts Co. tn::::ajn:::::::::cn:n:3:::u:::ai:::::Kynn:::::::::::m:::::::::::a:::::ja NEW FUR Just Received from New York's Most Up-to-Date Furriers Children's Sets at $1.25, 2.00, 2.50, 3.50, 5.00, 7.00 and 11.00. Misses and Ladies' Sets from $8.00 to 22.00. Separate Muffs $3.50 to 12.00. ' A complete assortment of Bedding, Underwear Flannelette goods await you. Let us show you. You will find it pays to irade here and HENRY W. KNIGHT, BARRE, VT. Successor to Veale & Knight. I f :Knn::::::::n:n:::::nn:::::u:::n:z:rcs:::t:nn:::::K:r.:nt::n:::n::n;::::a: F all Clothes Our fall stock of Suits and Overcoats is complete and we are ready to meet any demand of the trade. You are sure to be pleased with their snappy, taste' ful style, their perfect fit and the many pleasing shades and patterns in their soft, rich, all wool fabrics. We guarantee these clothes, of course, assuring all wool, lasting shape, satisfactory wear and service. Nowhere else can you find such a large stock of good clothes nor such a variety of styles. The prices need not worry you, either. Our prices for Suits or Overcoats range from $8.50 to $25 every garment represents full value. UNION CLOTHING COMPANY Depot Square, 'Phone 123-W, Barre, Vt. INil ..EL- . B TVT ice: i Widow Jones, Smart Set, Shuman's Suits and Overcoats for the boy from 3 to years, $2.50 to 10.00. Munsing Union Suits 50 and $1.00 Blouses and Shirts 50c, 75c and $1.00. Sweaters, $1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50 to 4.00. Hats $1.00, 1.50 and 2.00. Caps 25c and 50c Gloves and Mitfens 25c and 50c. Hose 15c and 25c. See us for the Boy's Outfit. 17 : Wonderful Fiddles. Ore of the neatest fiddles that ever were known was to be seen at the I French court at the time of Charles IX This was a viol no large that eev- and coxts of ?.".34 in a breach of peace case heard before .Judge II. W. Scott. Davidson was arrested at noon bv Ofli- cer Harry (iambic on a warrant issued by Grand .Juror Hugh H. Carpenter. business transaction of interest to people living in the town of Barre was negotiated yesterday, whereby Kugene Nernev became the sole proprietor or the Nernev & Cummings store. .lames Cummings disposed of his stock in the store, contemplating soon to leave for the western part of the country. This firm has been in business for some time and has established a good business in Webstervill'. Mr. Xerney, who becomes the sole proprietor, is at present at tending the general assembly at Mont pelier as representative from Barre Town. , Abutting land owners and mher in terested persons were present in the citv council chamber hist Saturday afternuon at a bearing held before the street oom mittce on the proposed wid 'iiiiijf of Washington street. as.deserilied in esti mates made by City Kngineer (reorge A. Keed. Among those who ijave their views on the projected change Were trus tees of the City hospital and prominent holders of property skirting the street on either side from the Church street rossing half-wav nn the strwt. No ac tion was taken, and a second liarirg be fore the committee will be held at the chamber on the afternoon of Thursday. November 21. John Sowles of Reckley hill returned yesterday afternoon from East Alburg, where he has been spending the past f?w diiys at his lake camp near the Canadian line. John Drumijould of North Main street returned to-day from St. Albans, where he has been visiting as the guest of his brother, I'egard Druuigould, for sev eral days. Stanley Uurgess of Eastern avenue re turned yesterday from East Alburg, where he has been spending the past few dys on a duck-hunting expedition along the borderland. JJ'infi Faun Rarney, who has been visit ing at St. Johnsbury for the past few weeks as the guest of her sister, Miss Grace liaruev, is expected to return to her home at South Harre to-day. Monday' arrivals at the hotel Otis were as follows: 1, L. Thomas, Bur lington; H. M. Chatterton, Boston; Jttuics Hector. New York; J. C. Town send, Claremont, X. H.; John Lavery, Rutland. The comedy, "Excuse Me," which wa booked 'for the opera house Friday even ing of this week, has Wen canceled by Manager John A. Hoban, owing to the continuance of restrictions on public gatherings. Work was resumed this morning at the Jones & Stevens sheds on Smith street, after a day's lay-off owing to trouble with the air compressor. Workmen were I engaged until late yesterday afternoon before the repairs were computed. In the November issue, The Monu mental News furnishes three excellent photographs of the Chainplain memorial lighthouse and the Chainplain monument recently dedicated at I'lattsbiirg, N. V., together with a description of the sculp turing as well as the historical events that led up to the establishing of the memorials. Owing to the fact that our collector has not made his usual rounds in Barre last month, patrons of the Con- J solidated Lighting Company and the Vermont Power 1 X & Light Company are hereby notified that their bills may be paid at the company's office in the Howland building Saturday evenings until 9 o'clock and Monday J evenings until 8 o'clock. J Consolidated Lighting Co. f Vermont Power & Light Co. : t If you haven't all the business you want,adver tise m 1 he 1 rnies Notice. Only one day more to pay your wa ter rents. After Nov. fl, 1U per cent, will be added. II. E. Reynolds, superintendent. IMPIASTRO Croce Rossa $ PER I REM Dolor. 14 Dot. Dfllorv Pen Slogntur DuarJin. in Rmi D-vrdiM iri FrgaW Dntorts irih Tmcks The current issu? of The Monumental News contains the following item of in- , . , . ,.t i. I leresv n me grsiiije iraoc: . somit-rs fral boys eonhl 1 placed inside of It . :,,..,,.. is4 i.. erect h I iinl iinveileH at Dover. N". H.. the jfit't of Colorrl iHtntl Hall to the city ! rt jomsImcntC. e iv..,.. ii, : .e i.. (ti jntti'i. I lit III' u ii ii i'-ii v n i I'n i v ! Frank McWhorter Co. i These boys used to sit Inside this queer Instrument and sing the airs that tho man -who handled the Imw was play ing on the viol onfs'de. The efTect Is said to have been very beautiful. though It would seem as If the pres ence of the lads In Its lnter wonld seriously Interfere with the tone of the "great flddle." as it was called. Many years after another huge Instrument of this kind was used at concerts in Itoston. It was so large that to play It the tiddler had to stand on a table to ne his bow at the proper point on the strings. This Instrument was call ed "the grandfather of fiddles." Noi faciamo il lichido di citrato di Magnezia Fresco We specialize the W. S. PICK & CO.'s celebrated Hand-made Clothes for Young Men, Middle-aged Men, Conservative Men and Business Men at any price from 810.00 to $25.00 SWEATERS Dudley, Nox-all, Warm-knit and all the leading brands in Shaker Weave with stylish Byron Collars, Auto Collars, Military Collars or Sailors', any price from 50c to $8.50. In beautiful shades, crimson, green, oxford, brown or blue. Give us a call to day or to-morrow. F. E. CUTTS & COMPANY, NEXT DOOR TO DREAMLAND. T.lephon. 314-W t I : t i Barr. Vermont. Both Hat. Him. Tunny thine." remarked Wilson mnsln?!y. Tom Wilkins and Edith Brown CS.-1 t be preat friends of tn!n I Intrndneed them to es'-h other. Tfcey cot inarTiel. and now r.elthr of tfcern wni sesk me. Wonder wbt the ressoa eta tJ" . . . , . granite, the ba.e licintf 14-fi by 8-ti. and stand 42 feet hiuh. "n either side of the die is a stat.ie in bion.e. one repre senting a old:T at parade ret. the other a sailor at parade ret. Surmount ing the monument is s brone figure of color Hearer." Sealiiii(r of local exhibit at the lttn electric uliow, the fame peri- i otlical says: 'l'p'n the prinr:ple that I no opportunity sliould be lo-t b-r boom- I ing llnrre gTsnit. the (iranite Manufac turers' a" !otion mnt their granite ex- lobition to I ton's creat elm tri show J at Mechanics' hall. The exhibit cinni-t of specimens of carvirjr, lettering, pol- ' ished and hammered work, together with j son fine photographs. ll of which were; tastefully srratipe.1 in one of the tvnh j by S-rrctarv ( tiari- Wihart. Alorg' ith this wa small exhibit from Trow ; A IIMn. the l!rre tij manufacturer. I lie rxiiion imm narre. I am loin, rau-n ii. . J fcrth much favorable comment fruai VK- -. .... . Vviw , itora lo toe ig mow. Drown's Drug Store lG lffl50?-(lIFCl Correct iWiay 2?KormMaixSt- BarrevYt. I 1 I ante Traps ! This is the year for trapping. It is a profitable and health ful sport. We have a good assortment and right prices. ' C. W. A VERILL & CO. 0-81 Horto Mi Street. Telephone 439-W. Barre. Vem.it. t