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IVi . , ' . 1 ' : r:l- : : . f TfSossssJSSli Sa""iday i im DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY, MAV 9, 1913. The Nottingham Curtain Sale Once again wc put on sale Saturday at 8 A. M. 4 different styles of good size and quality White Curtains. 1 hcse are our regular oc values. Fop Saturday only, your choice, 47c per pair. a . These are an exceptional value, and we advise ror1v chnnnin.. Special prices on odd Nottingham, Scrim and Muslin Curtains for this one day. Sec Window Display of Curtains Homer FBHs Company Try a pair of La Resista Corsets fill : ill f I! ' 0 V; ' I Ml l : : : i 1 I Md In Syracy g Money Talks And very little money will talk us into giving you a suit of clothes for less money than, you have been ac customed to pay. Make us prove it! Come in and slip on a suit. The fit and the fabric will please you, and we'll see that the price pleases you. $10 to $22 Straw Hats, Shoes, Oxfords. All new. F. E. Cutts & Company I 1 Ul HI : Tel.pkoi 344 -W voy-the TALK OF THE TOWN As a leader for Satundajy, children's dresses, gingham, percaiJU'.j ages 0-14; price, 40c. Baris Shirtwaist House. Auction sole at 2 p. th. Saturday My entire -stock of household' goods must be sold. Don't' miss it. Mrs. W, J. Rogera, 14 Elmore strex-t. t O. H. Hale, auctioneer. ... 1 . Miss- Lucv Dix was ' aiaifcnoned to Southville, Mas., to-day by, a telegram announcing that her father John Dix, bad been seriously injured". 5o particu lar were given. Mr. Dix t was a former Teeident of Barre.. t TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED LOST A ttoM locket with eh n between the Atdrlch building and the Lincoln . school. Finder please leave at City, hotel and . receive reward. ' ' TO RENT Walter Greareon.haa. left the city and left one of the beat tenements in the city; for 2 of 8 person. No. 10, Averill street. M smoker need call." Inquire at above ad dress. 4,tz FOR SALE One pair work horses with hsr. nessas and heavy waaon ;, would Uke in ex chanire cow or driving horse. Fred p. Down ing. East Barre. ' I ,' 4716 TALK OF THE TOWN See our white voile and fine lingerie waists, special for Saturday, $1.19. Bar is Shirtwaist' House. V. l'iola, who has been spending sev eral months at his former home in Italy, arrived in the city laat night from New York. "lit The Red Man's Country," 101 Bison, two reel feature, a stirring, emo tional picture, teeming with excitement, and gleaming with western military at mosphere. Aso a Rex comedy, a drama, "Below Stairs," at the Bijou. Adv. Xews was received here at noon to day of the death of Paul Bianchi, a former resident of Barre, which occurred in Woodstock this morning at 8 o'clock, after a short illness of bronchitis. The deceased leaves a daughter, Carrie, a son Dante and two brother Louis and Antonio Bianchi. Mr. Bianchi was fifty vears old and was born in Italy. He went to Woodstock from Barre several years ago and had been engaged in trade there. The remains will be brought here for burial and the funeral will probably be beld Monday afternoon. The interment will be made in Hope cemftery. TALK OF THE TOWN What is the Bijou offering to-day? Why, a 101 Bison, two reel feature, of course. Arv. Those wishing to attend the auction in Berlin to morrow, advertised by the 1). A. Perry Real Estate agency, will be carried to the sale if they leave word at the real estate offices to-night or early in the morning. Errol Lawrnee, who has been in Den ver, Colo., for the past year and a half, returned to the city this morning. Mr. Lawrenre is much improved in health. He wa accompanied home by his broth er, Otto Lawrence of this city, who went to Denver a few weeks ago. .Tames McKenzie and Robert Turner, emplove of the Jones Bros, granite plant," left last night for Hartford, Conn., where they will be engaged in erecting a monument to be placed in on? of the Hartford cemeteries before Memorial day. Mr. Turner will have charge of rigging the apparatus for setting the stone and Mr. McKenzie will supervise the setting and completing of the mon: timent. X As tow as As Fine as $16.50 We call your attention to our line of new Spring Suits. . - If you want to fit out for spring, at an. extremely low cost, you certainly can buy unusual quality in our lower-priced lines. . If you prefer the higher class garment of exclusive fabric and design, you can fit your form and fancy to perfection from our better grades. ! Shuman and Adler-Rochester As low as $18.00; as fine as $27.50; and at many convenient in-between prices this great line of ours offers the cream of the market's choicest productions. TALK OF THE TOWN New colored silk waist and dresses. Paris Shirtwaist House, Mu'pilluh ma IiikhH hint arrived at Os car Burgh's store, North Main street. . Paul Movilli of Viggiu. Haly, arrived in the eitv yesterday from New York, where he recently landed from Italy, 'r I,.. ..1. : 1. 1 41... lVi.ln t-rinn 1 llllllliril 11 hi; a church are asked to come to the re hearsal Saturday afternoon at 5 oclocK. 1t-unL- Miui if ?rr II. M i in street went thin morning to Burlington, where he will submit to an operation for apu dicitis at the Mary Fletcher hospital. Robert M. Murnhv of Summer street, U'llll afi.,tlt nil II u tit .lull ii P jmI inMiti'l n f ltmtoli. to St. I Albans. Tuesday, returned to this city iasi evening. . Irving Potter, a former instructor at Ooddard seminary, who has been spend- lug several uuya wmi irieuus in inc and Montuelier. returned to his home in Ttimton tn.ihiv. ... j - Miss Ressa Clark, who lias been spend ing several weeks in the city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I'red K. Benedict lljl of North Mjiin strer t, has returned to ncr Home in uuriiiigion. C. Poletti of North Main street left this morning for New York, where he t visit with friends i before sailing for his former home ill I . . . . . . . ..... A f- II JIUJY IU UK nunrilb mini " Charlei Johnson, formerly a resident of Barre, who has been at Quincy, Mass., for the past three years, arrived in the city thU morning. Mr. 'Johnson has re ceived employment in the city and will remain indefinitely. Among the visitors in the city to-day were Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Ralph of Brook field, who were the guests of their son, Neil Ralph, of Franklin street, Senator H. K. Darling of Chelsea and H. C Camp of Randolph Center. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Bosch ini of 578 North Main street left last night for New York, where they will visit relatives for a few days before sailing lor meir fnrmor Iwmia near Milan. Italy, for a stav of several months. The ocean vo age to Cherbourg will be made on Italian liner, vcrona. James McKernon of 14 Foster street, whil workintr at a lttoneshed ytster- day, was struck by a derrick chain and received a compound fracture or tue nos as well as lacerations. He went to a physician's office and had his injuries attended to. It will be some time be fore the injuries are healed. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beckman, former residents of Barre, who have been pass ing the winter at Ormaud Beach, Fla., arrived in the city last night from New York, where they have been visiting for a few. weeks, since returning from the South. Mr. and Mrs. Beckman will remain in Barre until June 15 as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Miers of Keith avenue. Mr. Heckman will be empioved in the Miers barber shop until he leaves lor the niie mountains mrxi month to pass the summer. Officers recently elected by St. Aide mar commandery, No. 11, Knights Temp lar, were installed in Masonic hall last evening, Ufore a large gathering of air knights. Dr. E. B. Whitaker, grand senior warden of the grand commandery of Vermont, acted as the installing offi cer and after the impressive ceremony, the remaining hours of the evening until midnight were given over to dancing. As the guests of the commandery, many ladies were present. A five-piece orches tra, red by S. N. Parker, furnished mu sic for the dancers, and throughout the dance order light refreshments of punch and wafers were served. . Work on the addition to E. A. Bugbec 4 Co.' atoneshed off Ayrrs street has been started, and a large gang of car penters will be employed there until the annex is completed. The addition is to extend from the south end of the shed for a distance of twenty feet or more. In height and width it is to conform to the lines of the old shed. Bugbee & Co. expect to occupy the new section before the middle of the summer. Foundation stones for the new shed which McDon nell & Sons are erecting just across the meadow from the Bugbee plant are near ly laid, and wik will be started on the structure within a few days. Farmers who visit the city almost daily for marketing purposes express considerable alarm over the ravages of tent caterpillars. The pest has made its appearance in some of the best apple orchards of thVr County, and nearly every neglected truit tree, along me iiignwa.j' is a homo for millions oi me parasite. n some sections where the caterpillar made an early eppearanw, apple trees ntr mi aft in h -ntiivlv denuded by early summer and unless drastic measures are adopted many orchards are bound to suf fer, the farmers say. The state commis sioner of sericulture has issued instruc- jtioua for destroying the raterpillar nests 1 and in a recent issue of Tha Times sev eral methods for accomplishing this end were outlined. After the close of the granite shops 'yesterday atternoon, a large cruu n Igregated at the (iranite t ity trotting I park to witness the game between the l.Marr & Oordon baseball outfit and a I riiiro- representing various sheds on i Patclulder'a meadow. The result of the 'game was in favor of the team from , Hati helder's mendow by a score of 18 !to 7. Xia and Phillips composed me TALK OF THE TOWN wjmmiwm.im Hurry Averill of Averill street com menced duties as yard clerk at the Montpclier and Wells Kiver railroad this forenoon. Clinton L. Bugbee of Washington street, who has been confined to the house by illness for severul weeks, is again able to be out of doors. Mrs. St.phen King and daughter re turned this morning to their home in Montreal, P. Q., alter passing a week with relatives on the Willianistown road. Paul Snow, who has been employed as a quarryman at Redgranite, Wis., ar rived in "the city this morning and went later to Wcboterville, where he will work during the Bummer. Miss Eda Piccioli, who has been spend ing a week with friends in Barre and at her home in Montpelier, returned last night to Ludlow, where she is employed in the offices of Attorney John (. Sar gent. A number of girl students at Spauld ing high school and several members of tln Alumni association will give a private dance in 0 lowland hall this even ing. Riley' orchestra has been secured for the occasion and dancing will con tinue until midnight. E. R. Douglass of New London, Conn., a scale inspector for the Central Ver mont railroad, is passing a few days in the city. While in Barre, Mr. Douglass has put the railroad scales in the f night yards and at the station to the regulation tests. The heavy draft scales opposite the freight office have been thoroughly overhauled. SHOP HERE A SATURDAY SELECTION FROM ANY OF FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL NOT PROVE A DISAPPOINTMENT THE CORSETS AT 50c Extra long skirt, embroidery trimmedwith draw tape and skirt hook, features not usually found on a 50c number. LADIES' HOSE A 15c value for 10c a pair. $20.00 SUITS FOR $15.00. NOVELTIES in Neckwear and Hair, Ornaments; good assortments at 25c and 50c. LONG SILK GLOVES at 50c and 75c per pair. LET US SHOW YOU-YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. Successor to Veale & Knight WE have been watching our sales pretty closely during the last few days to determine just what is the pop ular price for a suit. . v You know we aim to make our prices fit your pocket book as comfortably as our Kuppenheimer clothes will fit your figure. $18.00 to $25.00 is the popular price by practical test. Other makes $10.00 to $22.50 Union Clothing Co. Telephone 343-W V life: i I w i'tJfitf Copyrichl 1913 TheHoooJKarpeiiKein -' l TALK OF THE TOWN Bef ular Saturday night dance. May W, in Howlaml hall. "der auspices of Kiev's rcchtra. Ladifs. free. - Miss Edna Gabree. who has been vis iting as the guest of Mi Kuth Parker of Spaulding street, baa returned to her home at Montpelier. Mr. and Mr. H. F. Stanley of t.reen ville. S. C, are visiting at the home of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mr, r. Whitcomb, of Beacon strfct. , . A small gang of carpenter, under the direction of Contractor A. B. Lane, H engaged in dismantling the colonial front of Hcvnold Si Sons' hardware store. A modern business front will rfylace the tld one, it is id. . Chatfa H. Kcnerson of Church ctreet has so far recovered from in juries received in a fall at Cabot ". weeks auo as to resume his duties with the Eastern Estate Tea Co Mr Kener son becam connected with the loca store again after a lape of a. year ami he has been assigned to a mercantile route through Washington. Ct Boari of Granite street, who suf fered the fracture of a limb in a mishap at the Zanleoni block several weks ago. was taken to the City hospital la t nig it iu K W. Badger & Co.'s ambulance. Mr. Boari is steadily recovering from the effects of the accident and at the hos pital to-dav the plaster casts which have held the injured member in position were removed. He will be able to leave the hospital within a few days. Goddard Recital Next Tuesday. Ooddard seminary announces a recital for Tuesday evening, May 13. at 8 o'clock, bv members of the vocal depart iiAnt Richard R. Lament, instructor, as sisted bv Miss Mary E. Lease, accom- I panist. ran i battery for the winning aggregation. Tjie ju, f the Sea for Me ... McKay Mclntoi-h and (Jariboldi wxre in J Arthur A. the liints for the losing team. Umis Harold Adams i)rL.. . utiiii-.l iiinin? team, ulav- r..i l;;l,lwn (has. I PAVILION 1 Vaudeville To-Day Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mann "MARY HEL- naracier vjuuicuiuh, lvo"., . : , r, . EN S MO 1 nJiK, an act tnai is au iaugu. Fritz Schuman The emperor of music and quick change artist. New Pictures To-iay MRS. BEN H. TASSIE, Pianist ADMISSION 10 CENTS COMING MONDAY Rehlander's Troupe of Eight Comedy Pigs A big feature. - Penn Scott ! . ing bis usual pnmc at third base. Eddie A jVrfect lay Carrie Jai-obs-Bond ( ' IRcasiilc of the t orskie shed led the field i Jennie Audinwood ' iin hnHinir. Int nst in baseball at the Ti, ()i,i Sundial Gerald M. Lane 1 1 south end is at a high pitch. Last week Barclay eliminated tne "picK oi im mnH.Inw" team and arransements are be ing made by them to play the team represent ing Jones Bins., which is rated as one of the best in the city. A Mile With Me.. ..Wilbur Hascall Frank McWhi i A. M. Morrison is able to furnish au thority for a rather remarkable coinci denee in connection with the fire which 'devastated a jM.rtion of the business sec :tion iu upper Gn "itcville Tuesday 'night. The facts can.. o light throujzh an old diary which Mi. Morrison kept Iwhen he i,i."ided in I'arre Vfv.n a s.ore f yrars ago and may theie.V' con sidered fairly authentic. Aicording to the diary roan's data, the let.tnietion of the general store occurred just nineteen ! years to a tiay after work on the foun jiiatinnof the building w as started. May . tt tn t- M..r.-...,. tttrtil hp first I stKideful of f-arth for the excavation, and i... . .. i . w Ik. inl.-r imvii- pied by Mr. ;dbrt was ready for ictii- . The Mes.sag nv. While work on the More was in progre. Mr. Morrison started to er"t the livery Nirim in the rear ami the building lately ktii!kH a a barW shop. The ordinal owner of th" store after wards l.aed the ple t- Frel Seeler. who was iieelAl in the rrr T-antile bine. br John l ittle of Burlington. tu i... .i Mr r. Ilrt. did not ' , take DraiwiiMi uMil wiw y r l ter. j ut i Mr. Brreniee Hoar i Garden Romance. .G. A. Grant-Schaefer I'hiUiaophv Hxul Emmell Alice Walker Beautv's Eves Baolo Tosti Wondrous Is the I'ow'r. . . Eranz ISendel Henry Carroll On 'eniee Waters L C. Macy Little Willie ' Lincoln Hall Kr.deiie Inf;!; Richard linont Paul Bit kin George Mackay Intermicsion Bart 11 The Mighty Beep W. H- -'"de IWam from Yonder Star i Fred Field Bollard; tlcorge Maikav Daisies C. B. Haw ley Sins. Sing, Birds on the Wing i ;,. Godfrey Nutting' Abbie I'sher I Cifde Ix.ve Song Elgar B. Smith; p. A. x nne aer P,,l IMVin Daffodil A blowing ...rMward trerman, Fulfilment r Sme,ltN-rg; Frederic Inplis j The Frrrr for Shadowtown j '. Reginald IV Koven Riwkin" in le Win- W. IL Ncidlinger, Kathleen lBamn j Footlisrht Faner lan Ih.re Ewhiels Song at Twilight t OMlovi arr. hv Holi.mU' Tarns and Gabby Hats Will make special prices to close them out Thursday arid Friday this week. Former price $2.50; price these two days, $1.39. Mrs. W. F. Shepard ii i.n,i Rlocl ' Barre, Vermont aananawa tmmmmmmmmm mmm m bm bbmm m tmtmmmammm pnwnts a rv liable reetirj vi te luaj inM tarly history. . l"r. del ie li.l.s 1'aul I'ltkiB Hkhard Ijmont (iiurjc Mackay I Croquet Sets! We have just received a fine line of Croquet Sets. Prices, $1.00 to $3.00. Come in and see them.. C. W. AVERILL & CO. 81-83 No. Main St. Tel. 439-W Barre. Vt.