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THK 1.AHHK 1JAILY TIMES, 1JA1UIE. VT., MDXDAV, JAXUAKV 20, 1013. '
8 Fuurs!. Funir2 Funircs! TO-DAY WE HAVE BEEN THROUGH OUR STOCK OF FUIt PIECES. EVERYONE I GOING REGARDLESS OF COST. SHOP EARLY, FOR THEY ARE BOUND TO MOVE AT THE PRICES MARKED. $10.00 1 Russia Mink Set marked down $6.98 $15.001 Black Wolf Muff. ... .marked down 9.93 $20.001 Sable Fox Scarf marked down 10.00 $25.001 Sable Squirrel Scarf, .".marked down 15.00 $25.00 1 Marmot Muff. marked down 15.00 $35.00 Uap Mink Muff. marked down 15.00 $27.50 1 Pieced Mink Muff. .. .marked down 17.95 $32.501 Jap Mink Scarf . . .marked down 19.50 $35.001 Natural Mink Scarf. . .marked down 19.95 $30.001 Pieced Mink Muff marked down 19.95 $40.00--1 Pieced Mink Scarf ... .marked down 23.95 $40.001 Black Fox Scarf .... ..marked down 25.00 $60.001 Natural Mink Muff. . .marked down 39.00 ' RADICAL REDUCTIONS ON FUR COATS TALK OF THE TOWN The Homer Fitts Co. The Tragedienne By DOROTHEA HALE as I bare snld." Queen Anne Boleyn of her troubles and Queen Katherlne fieurge Miller left yentrrday for Iliir. Imuton. where he will vinit relative or a few day. L. It. Thompson .returned Iioiiia thin forenoon, utter pHing Sunday with rel tive in UtirliiigtMi. - . Krnent O. llililmrd of Morrintown, X. J., arrived in the rity thia morning for a week vimt with reiutive. Uiittit Aniatti of IloNter place wai Mo t le out of door thia forenoon, after an illnea of aevem tlity. John T. Kearripy of Jefferson utreot returned tliii forenoon, after spending several dnya with friend in Waterlniry. John Wohster of Bethel i passing aev- eral day in the city as the, guest of his father, JJuniel Weiister, or tioutii Jiain street. 'Mr. K. K. JJentley irturned to her home in Orwell this morning, aftr speudinir ttn daya with relatives in Ilurrc. Frank C. Turner of South' Main street left "yesterday for Hartford, Conn., where he will visit relatives for several days. ' Miss Mary Hosworth of Merchant street returned home this morning, aft er passing a few days with friends in Wnterhury. Miis Kflie Cross returned this morn ing to her homo in Jefrersonville, after passing Sunday with friends on Welling ton street. -Riley's orchestra has been engaged to furnish music for the old and young folks ball to be held at Kast Montpelier to-morrow night. Mrs. Walter L. Randall of 5 Averill street left this forenoon for St. Albans, where she was called by the death of her mother, Airs. W, II. Lyon. Sunday's arrivals at the hotel Otis were as follows: A. S. Spaulding and wife, Boston; C. I). Farnham, lrovi dence, K. I.; E. F. Boynton, Providence, R. I. Miss Anni Baldwin, who has been vis iting as the guest of Miss Ruth Parker but she did not doubt that Tbo tragedienne after playing the purt of Queen Katberlne In "Henry VIII." to an admiring audience went 1 slightest show of weakness the man to her rooms at her hotel and. being rery tired, took her supper alone and In a kimono. Iler apartments were in a wing of the hotel on an upper story, where she could rest in quiet after the strain of her performances. She had leareely got into negligee and seated herself at her supper table, that she always found laid for her upon coming from the theater, when there came n knock at the door, aud before she could reply to It a man entered. The actress Woked at him in astonishment. "I witnessed your performance this evening." "be said, -'and was very much Impressed with It." ' "I am not receiving visitors at this hour, sir. Who brought you to my apartments ?" ; "No one. I need no introduction to those whom I treat officially. And after I am through with them they need no introduction to any one else. I am the man who freed two of your husband's wives from their troubles. Anne Boleyn spoke her Inst word to me. and Catherine Howard did the teame." : There was a glitter In the eyes of the iuhbuldeti' guest which even without his (words would have stamped him for a lunatic. ' The actress at once realized that. Separated fro:n the rest of the house Lis she was. should the man become Uangerous she would be without as sistance. ,' On the wall there was a button to :Hng a bell, but Already the man was (between her and It. She was a coura geous woman and believed that the Howard. When I saw tonight at the or t-pauwmg Bireet tor two weeus, theater the anguish of a greater queen returned yesterday to her home at Essex than either of the others my heart Junetl0n- was melted In sympathy, and I longed The condition of Enrico A. Colombo of to make you happy, as I made them Bolster place, who has been seriously nappy" I ill of pneumonia for several days, wa The 'actress heart was beating like 'reported to be conisderably improved a kettledrum. She formed a doiten tllm forenoon- different plans for calling assistance.! "Philomena," one of the best dramas but abandoned them all as soon as, of its kind seen in Barre for some time, formed. She believed that at the,wi" b fivcn b' lle Xewman Dramatic U-lub at the opera house Jan. Z'i. Last would be upon her. He bad no ax, nor could she see tbnt he bad any oth TALK OFTHE TOWN fiet your remnant this week at Ab bott's. Stock takinir at Abbott's. See their odd fur bargain. Mattings and linoleum at half price at Jlookera red tag sale.- A son was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Ford of 37 East street. Did you get one of those silk drees! Only a few sample left. At Vaughan'a. George Stuart of Spaulding street re turned this morning irom a few day visit to Burlington. Mr. and Mr. William Sanborn of Wells River were among the visitor in the city over Sunday. Mis Lena Abintti ha resumed her duties, in the New England Fruit store, after a ten day' vacation. Frank E. W. Smith of West street! commenced work this morning for the Nelson Express company. A. K. Knight of Hard wick began work this morning a a clerk for the Barre Savings ,Bank A Trust Co. 'Manager Henry Habeeb of the New York Bargain store left Saturday night on a busines trip to Boston. Lawrence Guetrin of llolyoke, Mass., arrived in the city Saturday night for an extended visit "with relatives. Bertram! Streeter, yard clerk at the Central Vermont freight yard, visited at his home in Moretown over the week end. The dance held in the Howhind hall Saturday evening under the auspice' of the Riley orchestra was attended by Ti couples. Ernest Fletcher of South Main' street returned vesterday from St. Albiina, where he has been spending a few days on business. of 40 people. Manuel Orlando of Pearl street, who has been employed in the Ross barber er weapon, he had concealed the means to take sll0P for "mp Ume left Saturday night her life. Her only chance was to ;for Turlington, where he intwida to dominate him. make an extended stay. "Do you class me with those jades?" J Mrs. James Signorelli, who underwent she said fiercely. "I, the daughter of an operation at the City hospital a few a king and not a drop of blood In my weeks ago, was removed to her home at veins that is not royal, to be mention-'3? JInP,e Ye"ue yesterday afternoon in ed with those women. In whose velus the l prr' Noonan mbu)anoe. ran not a drop of blood that was J. .'. lrigg. local . agent for the royal? Do you dare speak of me in Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance company, the same breath with Anne Bolevn. tins morning tor Hartford, Conn.. ionly safety from a dethroned Intellect ' was to master it. "These women you mention as my husband's wives." she said, "were not married to him. He never had but one lawful wife, myself. The others were his mistresses." This was said with all the command ing force the actress had given In her -liarater of the deposed queen. The lunatic stood looking at her. evidently taken aback. "Did not he who was your sovereign as well as your husband put you away?" "Not by any law, human or divine. The pope alone could annul our mar riage, and the pope would not. Then nenry declared himself pope and di vorced me. He had as much right to declare himself God." "But not the, power, ne could de clare himself Jiead of the church in England and as such divorce you. I But I did not come here to discuss the legality of his divorce from you. I icafflffgcajiolher. Purp55e. l.ceJleved. whose relations were of the common herd, or with Katherlue Howard, who, though her blood wan of the best. there was still between it and mine that great gap that divides royalty from the commoner? And why 'did you behead her? Because she was Impure. She kept her eye fixed on the lunatic and spoke the words so vigorously. shaking her fist nt him and bringing it down with a blow on the tnble. that he made a step backward. Seeing her advantage, she rose with a view to fol lowing it up. i "And you have come here to treat me as you have treated these low born creatures? Are you aware of your sacrilege? Are you aware that you are proposing the same death you inflicted on them? You propose that alone which can divorce my dignities?" She made a step forward, and the man made a step backward. "Go! Go to the Tower and there be hold the spot where you sent the two so called queens to their long home. and on your bended knees ask for giveness for the insult you have of fered to a queen of England." She raised her arm, the fist clinched, and. rising on her toes, to give her height, glared at . him . with the com bined dignity of halt a dozen queens. And so. fearing every moment to lose her bold on him. yet summoning all her will power to avoid doing so, she drove him out tbe'door. The moment it was closed she turned the key. stag gered to the button, pushed It and fell In a heap. When an attendant came and found the door locked he aroused the house. But another entrance was used and the tragedy queen was found in a real tragic situation. Misinterpreted. "Beg pardon, sir," said the doormaa at the Stnghorn club. "Haven't you made a mistake?" "I reckon not," replied SI Corntassel "The sign on the door says 'No Admis sion, and if they's no admission it'a free, ain't It?" Judge. where he will attend the convention of the company' agent held this week. The condition of William Km lie of Maple avenue, who was injured at Marr & Gordon's granite plant several week ago, continues to improve and it is ex pected that he will be able to be out of doors by the latter part of the week, rranK w. Kooinson or ieitn avenue, who has been in charge of the fish de partment at the Smith A Cuming store for several years, completed his duties Saturday and left Saturday night for a few days' visit with relatives in Nashua, N. "H., and Boston. Word was received Saturday by Mr. Clinton Heath and Miss Annie Waldron of Washington street of the death of their brother, Joseph Kelley of Chicago, who died Friday. Mr. Kelley was a man of about fifty years. A short time ago he fell on the ice, breaking a leg at two places. Blood poison set in and resulted in death. The December number of the Goddard Record has been issued. The Record contains the usual number of interesting alumni notes and accounts of activities at the seminary. Owing to the omis sion of the November number, there will be a double tissue of the Record next spring; one will appear for the month or June and tlie other for the annual commencement. Passengers who left Montpelier for Barre on the Central Vermont train thU morning' were allotted an hour and a half for studying winter soenpry in the neighborhood of Intercity park. Not far from Dodge's bridge, a breakdown to the engine brought the train to a halt and after waiting some little time for developments, several of the passengers footed it across country to the B. A M. Traction Co.'s line and boarded a ear for Barre. The train took up the journey later iu the forenoon. Stated convention of Vini'itia lodge, No. 10, Tuesdav evening at .10. Work, rank of es quire. Miss Doris Reed, who has been visit ing relatives in Soflth Barre for the past week, left, yesterday for her home in Koene, N. II. Mrs. J. W. Stewart of West ftreet left last night for Burlington, where she will visit for several davs a the guest of Mrs. Rose Berry. Misse Teresa Miles and Alire McDon ald have returned to their home in Gran iteville, after spending a few days with friends in the city, Louis Moschetti, who has been spend ing several months in Fitzwilliam, II., arrived in the city yesterday to take up his residence here again. Thomas Wolbv and Joseph Charles of Prospect street lett Saturday night for North Adams, Mass., where they will visit relative for a week. F. P. Northrop, who has been spend ing a few days in the city as the guest of Dan A. Perry, has returned to his home in Ogdensburg, X. Y, - Tony Corey, local manager for the American Clothing Co., returned last night from South Ryegate, where he re cently went on a business trip. The Episcopal Athletic club will play the second of a series of basketball games with the East Barre A. v., at Kast Barre Wednesday .evening. W. G. Reynold of South Main street, W'ho has been attending the automobile show at New York for the past few days, returned to the cjty Saturday, Spaulding high aehool will play its next game of basketball on Friday even ing at the thureh street gymnasium, when it will be pitted against North field high school. Retail Clerks: There will be an im portant meeting of local No. 241 of R. C. I. P. A.. Wednesday evening, January 22. at 7:30 o'clock in K. of P. hall. The presence of every member is desired. Mr. and Mrs. John Driscoll, who have b-en spending several days with the latter' sister. Sirs. Mary E. McCarthy of 11 Summer street, returned this fore noon to their home in White River Junction. Through its local office, the D. A. Perry Real Estate Co. baa sold the Frank B. Hoyt farm on Baptist street ill Wil liamstown to Frank F. Northrop of Ogdensburg, X. Y., who will take im mediate possession of the property. The transfer includes the stock and tools, The V-o'nsideration ia withheld from the public. : Among the freshmen . initiates in tho Sigma Tan Alapha fraternity, which held a reception for new members at Tufts college, Medford. Mass., Saturday night, are John B. Smith of Barre and Clay ton (V Spencer of Williamstown, both of whom were graduated from Goddard seminary last June. Not all signs of spring have been re ported yet, but a North Main street grocery clerk, believes be has as good a story a any man. Saturday a woman customer hurried into the store and had pnrchased four package of watermelon seeds before 'the clerk bad time to re cover from his surprise. On February 1 Mrs. Nelson-Church vacates her present quarters at 200 North Main street and for this reason must close out all millinery now in stock. All trimmed hats, formerly marked up to l-VAO, reduced to 08 cents: all untrinimed shapes, formerly marked up to 3, reduced to 4! cents. All rib bons, formerly marked up to 00 cents per yard, to close at 15 cents. That these price are below cost is apparent. Store ojien afternoons only. TALK OFTHE TOWN Notice our window for Friday' 10 sale of hn niliuigs. Henry W, Knight. Dr. .1. W. Stewart of West street left last n it:h t for Rutland, where he will re main fur a few day on bu&inca, J. if. Newton, who has been visiting !n the city for seevral diiys, returned yes terday'to his home at Burlington. Miss Edna Garbee of Montpelier Is passing the week in the eitv at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Parker of Spauld ing street. Bernard Craddock of Pearl street went this morning to Waterbury, where he has secured employment in the gran ite . industry. Edmund DesLauriers, who has been visiting relatives in linrre Town for the iast two weeks, left this forenoon for lis home in Compton, P. Q. Misses Victoria Doan and Rose Ten- ney, who have been visiting relatives in the city for the past few days, returned to Burlington this afternoon. "A Cowboy Cinderella." one of those delightful and breer.y western pictures,1 head the program at the Bijou to-day. It lias company in "J lie Girl with' the Gingham Gown." Mrs. Mary Dunlop of Foster street went this morning to Winooski, where she will undergo an operation at the Fanny Allen hospital. She was 'accom panied by Mrs. William Cooney. The cooking class of the domestic science course at Goddard seminary will meet n Tuesday uight at 7:110 o'clock. Hereafter the class will meet twice a wetk, once on Tuesday evening and then on Thursday evening. " Miss Marie M. Wells, who has been teaching in the public schools at Walden for the past few months, returned to the citv vesterday to remain at the home of her parents on Merchant street during the winter vacation. Workmen from the N. D. Phelps Co. have completed the installation of show er baths in the new adjunct at Goddard seminarv. Four baths were installed. It is expected that the steel lockers to be placed in connection with the baths will arrive soon. Eva, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dingwall, met with a painful accident Saturday forenoon by falling down a flight of stairs at their home on Pearl street. Medical attendance was summoned, lo-day the little girl was reported to be resting comfortably. :n:t:n:tci:::::unu:auninm:::ujKuui::m:::t:::2n:::n:m:t:nrja Pre-Inventory Sale And Final Mark-down of Winter Goods The extremely mild winter has left us with too many heavy goods. We cannot longer afFord to take the chances of carrying them to another season. Hence these radical reductions. ROYAL FLANNELETTE ROBES That were 50 cents now. 39c each That were 75 cents now ,59c each That were 87 cents, now. .69c each That were $1.00 now 79c each BOYS' WORSTED SWEATERS That were $1.00, now ........................ 69c each FANCY PINK AND BLUE CRIB BLANKETS That were 35 cents, now 25c each PHOENIX MUFFLERS That were 50 cents, now .' .39c each Any Furs, Coat or Suit in Our Stock at One-Half Price LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, BARRETT. Successor U Veale & Knight. MEET IN MONTPELIER. Vermont Master Bakers' Association There Tuesday. The first annual convention following the organization of the Vermont Master liakers' association will be held at the memorial room in the Montpelier city hall to-morrow, licginnini; at 3 o clock in the afternoon, when Mayor Estee of Montpelier will give the address of wel come. This will be followed by an ad dress by Charles Abbott of New York City, treasurer of the National Master Bakerj' -association and an address by Miss Hertha Terrill. dean of the de partment of domestic science in the Uni versitv of Vermont. The latter' sub ject will be, "What the Housewife Ex pects of the Baker. After the addresses a business meet ing will be held and t 8 in the even ing a banquet will be held. SUITS SEETHE and OVERCOATS FOR- ORANGE. Miss Gladys , Richardson is at home from Goddard, ill with the measles. Miss Grace McAllister of Washington has finished her term of school at Kim ball corner and returned home. Miss Ella Harrett closed her school duties at Cutler corner last Friday, and returns to her home in Cabot this week. ., Miss P.eatrice Davis has returned to her home in Portland. Me., after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Edna Flanders.- Earl Flanders has moved to the tene ment in Storrs Nye's house. At the regular grange meeting last Friday night, the officers were installed by Mr. Flint of Randolph, assisted by Mrs. Jla Nelson, of the local grange. After the installation, a supper wa served, consisting of baked beans, meat pie, pickles, doughnuts, various kinds of cakes and pies and tea and coffee. A large number of visitors were pres ent from Washington, East Iiarre and West Topsham. Cutler corner school closed Friday, aft er a successful term, with Miss Ella Rarrett as teacher. Those having per fect attendance were: Eva Ainsley, El sie Ainsley, Phyllis MacDonald, Ida, Beda and Lillian Steele, Frank and Reg inald MacCormaek and Claude Rogers. Those absent one day or less were char lotte and Irene Corti, Corenia MacCorm aek. Anna Nielsen. Georcc Slora and Percy Roger. displayed in our window. THE UNION CLOTHING COMPANY DEPOT SQUARE BARRE, VERMONT NORTH CALAIS. The school in No. 10 was closed after Monday of last week, owing to so much sickness among the scholars. George Cate is slowly recovering from the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan Dniley are vis iting at Frank Scribner's in Woodbury for a few days. There were quite a good many in at tendance Saturday evening at the joint installation of Stowe post, JSo. Mowe Relief corps, No. 30, and Ayman It. Burnap camp, No. 39. BARRE OPERA HOUSE SPECIAL The Latest Popular Sheet Music 15c each or your choice of any eight numbers for $1.00 Send for lists I pay the postage. JAMES R. MACKAY, Barre.Vt. WEDNESDAY EVE, JAN. 22,13 PHILOMENA A drama in four acts presented by Newman Dramatic Club under auspices of ' St.' Monica's Church Reserved Seats: 35c, 50c, 75c on sale at Kendrick's Drug Store on and after Monday, January 20. CAST OF FORTY PEOPIE DON'T MISS THIS. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED LOST Btwn Brook street and the Stand ard Oil headquarter on Worth Main atreet, a Innir black nnekctbonk containing (IS and tome chanie. Findrr please return to Robert Winterbottom. 11 Brook itreet, and set re ward. 26U I - IT n IF MSI If 8 1 tttXtXttXZttmtttttHZT -a 4 OFJTlffl We Offer loin 7 Men's Suits, former prices $12, $15 and $18, now - - - $3.37 19 Youth's Suits, size 30 to 35, former price $7.50 to $12, now $2.63 9 Short Pant Suits, former price from $3.50 to $7.50, now - $1.63 2 1 pair Knee Pants, your choice for - - - - - - 29c 4 small size Smoking Jackets for - - - . - - - $1.97 Boys' and Young Men's Overcoats, choice for - $2.97 THE FRANK McWHORTER At 20 to 22 North Main Street COMPANY Barre. Vermont I hnMnn nrll 1 110 It Sf llnmnn iUIIUI Human Who wears a small size Shoe can get Genuine Bar gains at Our Special Sale now in progress. 54.00 quality, now Si. 98 3 50 quality, now 1.89 v3.00 quality, now 1-49 2 00 quality, now A few pair left of those flood Shoes at your own prices. THE PEOPLES SHOE STORE C. B. Andrew. Prop'r Hale's Elock Barre. Vt WANTED) GIRLS AND WOMEN We want fifty girls or women to work on power sewing machines, making children's underwear. The work is light, easy, and good pay. Board paid while learning. Apply to Richmond Underwear Co. Richmond, Vt. An Advertisement in the Times Will Bring Sure Results. CYPHER'S INCUBATORS . . ; WeThave the agency for Cypher's Incubators, Brooders, etc. It will soon be time to use them. Better get your order in early. Ask for Catalogue, free. C. W. AVERILL & CO. f 1-S3 North Main St. Tel Earre.VL I itsm O