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THE JUAHltti DAUA TIMES, UAKUK, VT., SATUKDAY, " MAY 17, 1913.
TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN nummawnRmmm,:::nn"jn"lm;:w VairMy to Wash (Goods? We invite your inspection of the most interesting display of NEW WASH GOODS that it has ever been our pleasure to show. From common prints . for a few cents a yard up to the finest silk novelties -we show an extensive assortment. I 75c per yard you can find a good quality Ratine, silk warp, in Tan, Co penhagen, Navy and White. 50c per yard we are showing a very handsome line of Brocaded Wash Silk in nearly all shades. 25. per yard, Irish Poplins, a cloth we have sold many yards, in all colors and 27 inches wide. Send for sample cards of colors. A 40c Voile, plain colors, per yard A finer Stripe Voile, per yard .- 29c 50c 25 per yard in Ovmah C Silk, one of our best sellers at popular prices. . All shades to select from ; an ex ceptional cloth for reception dresses. t 1 A A per yd' Mes" ipl.UU saline, 35 in. wide, handsome quality, nearly all the popular shades to select from. t h (( per yard is a ()1UU very pretty Stripe Wash Silk, 36 inches wide, in White only. 50c 25c per yard we can give you a good line of China Silk, used so much this time of the year. Anderson Scotch Gingham, 32 in. wide. The largest line we have ever displayed for your inspection fast colors. per yard is a very fine quality Voile in Colored Stripes, 27 inches wide. 3C cloth with us Kindergarten Cloth fast colors and good for chil dren's wear. 25c Visit Our Shoe Department Foot Beauty It is the shoe that makes your foot beautiful. The most shape ly foot in an ill-shapen. shoe ' counts but little. You'll be sure of having your shoes properly fitted if you buy your Shoes here. La France Shoes $3.50 to $5 pair Good line of Children's School Shoes from $1.50 to $2.50 a pair Special attention given to the graduates ; prompt and careful service assured you. See about your Oxfords or Pumps while our stock is large. See our Wash Goods to close at special prices, on bargain tables. Garment Department Just a few odd Suits and Coats that we cannot duplicate to close at spe cial prices. These are exceptional values. - rag :ii niter Fills Company NEW LINE OF BALKAN BLOUSES FOR $1.00 1 111 MaHr in 5yracti n e 15 Satisfaction is what Every Man Demands and especially in. clothes. "Peck Clothes" Satisfy. The Fabric, the cut of the gar ment, the Handsome Tailor ing, and the service, all sat isfy. It is our aim to have satis fied customers. We have the suit you are looking for. The price is right and the garment guaranteed. Peck Clothes, $15 to $20. Others, $7.50 to $18. F.E.Cutts&Co. Telephone 344-W TALK OF THE TOWN A Mother Who Wishes She Had Correct ed Her Child's Protruding Ears. In tl May Woman' Home Compan ion appears a report of a scientific baby show held in Denver, where the stand ard of perfection set up was health and general physical condition rather than beauty. Following is statement repro duced in the article from a mother whose child received a marking of 70 on its ears: "'This has been the saddest, the most humiliating day of my life. When my baby was born she seemed perfection in flesh. Doctor and nurse so pronounced her. and I was the proudest mother in America," But when I began to bathe and dress her, I noticed that her ears were too prominent. This seemed re markable, as my ears and her father's were set close to our heads. However, I purchased a little ventilated bonnet for her to slesp in, hoping to train the ears hack. She did not like the bonnet. It made her restless. I consulted lily phy sician about it. He poo-poohed the idea as matter of foolish mother pride. She was a fine baby, and I had no right to disturb her sleep by making her wear ine eap. in time her ears would settle back, just from lying on them. Any how a girl's ears were not so important. Her hair could be dressed to hide them or to soften their prominence. " '.My husband, my relatives and friends all agreed with the doctor, and I allowed my better judgment to be overruled when the cap was a matter of discipline or habit. "'Yesterday when those physirini looked at her ears with their keen, ap praising eyes, and wroto that fatal 70 after her name, it seemed to me that f never could forgive myself. It is not! because she has lost the prize. It is because I realize that . I might have cor rected and lessened the disfigurement if I had persevered from, the dav of her birth. I never before appreciated the right of the child to good start in life.'" June magazines at Abbott's. Gloves and parasols at Knight's. Perry offers some extra values on Sat urday. NVekwcar and fancy ribbons at Knight's. If you have any goods to sell or buy, you had better see O. H. Hale, 9 Keith avenue, or City Auction Booms. Last day of auction sale of furniture, Saturday, May 17, in Bolster block, to close out balance of O. H. Hale stock. M. Ootler. All football clubs interested in form ing a football league. Bend representa tives to a meeting to be held in the Harre Rangers' pavilion Saturday night. May 24. St. Michael's college is rated as one of the strongest college teams in New bngland. there are several stars in their line-up. Brave Fowlie is their backstop. Game starts at 3 o'clock. In tercity park. The banks of Barre will appreciate it very much if depositors will bring in their "deposit books for verification, ac cording to law, as advertised elsewhere in this paper. It is desirable that as many as possible be brought in (hiring the next week. "fink" Winckler, the big Vermont" pitcher, and Joe Lomotil will compose ttic Italians battery this the Tenth cavalry. It is worth a great. deal to see U mckler in action. He was classed last season as one of the best college t wirier in the country. All those who have appreciated the great hearted loyalty of Hev. George H. Watt, as he has been a member of the Barre Baptist church during his six years' term as htate colporteur, will he glad of a last opKrtunity to hear him speak concerning his work. He has faithfully carried the gospel into the in accessible parts of Vermont. His ex periences have been varied and he has a very interesting way of telling things. He speaks at the Baptist church Sunday night at 7 o'clock, assisting the pastor in the service. .1. F. Sadlier om-ned his new store in the Worthen block on Keith avenue to- y. In these new and large quarters. Mr. Sadlier has a much better opixir- tunity to display goods, and it will pay all to call and see the store. His line has been largely increased and the store will be used as a distributing point for both the Montpclier and Granitevillc branches. Miss Xellie Sadlier is to as sist Iut father in the new store. WILLIAMSTOWN. Raincoats and Slip-ons j There is nothing better than a RAINCOAT or SLIP-ON for an all around coat, and we have them at all prices from $2.00 to $22.50. We Want You To See Them. The Frank McWhorter Company: Subject. Sundav morning at the Con gregational rhurch, -My Father's Busi ness." Union meeting in the evening in this church. Christian Kndeavor meet ing Tuesday evening at 7:30; subject, "The Stature of t hrift." W. f. Powers, the nvanaper of the Lyn donville Creamery association, has late ly been in town on business. Subject for sermon at the Centenary M. E. church Sunday morning. "Life." Jllmon service at Congregational church ! in the evening. Kpworth league meet- jing Tuesday evening at 7 p. m.; leader. J Mis Gertrude Murtin; topic, "The Grater Work Ahead." I Warren V. Grearson is away on busi ness for a few days and the barber shop is in arge of Charles I. Brockway dur ing his ab-ence. Mr. and Mrs. .T..hn Dow and Miss Mil lie Drury lave Iwn in Burl ngton this week to attend the meeting of Odd Fel low there. Teirporary Cinder Vernon H. Kdon is making the trip on route No. I for a short time. Children's rompers, fiOe, at Fitts'. Strawberry and caramel ice cream at Kendrick a " Nee. that special sergti skirt at Ab bott's, only $;).(IH, Call for ciitt' tiirn shirts at lAinorey Clothing Co. Sen window. At Intercity park to-day, St. Micliael'a vs. llurre A. C. auctioneer. W. R. Abbott of Xew York arrived in the city this morning for a visit of sev eral days with friends in Maple Grove. Wlien your coal bin is tilled you need not fear the cold winter. Get ready now. The D. M. Miles Coal Co., Tel. 13.1. Kdward Gorman of 22 Cliff street left this morning on a trip through northern Aew lork., expecting to lie absent sev eral llllVH. last day of auction sale of furniture, S.tiinLi.. l .. IT !.. I!,. !.,.. 1, !,...!. in close out balance of O. II. Halo stock. M. Gotler. .Mrs. Herbert barter, who has been vis iting relatives in the city for a few" days, left this morning for her home in Iberville, I". O. The Bon Accord club will hold a spe cial meeting at it club room this even ing at 7 o'clock. The presence of every member is desired. ' Mr. and Mis. Howard Ayling, who have been visiting friends in the city for the past ten days, left this morning for their home in Newport. Harry C. Fisher returned last night to his studies at -Norwich university, Nortli llelil, after t-pending several day at his Jiome on Averill street. Street Superintendent J. C. DcBrune, Mrs. J)eBrune and Mrs. Fitch K. Wiley I of I'ark street went this morning to Burlington for a day's visit. E. C. Jackson and daughter, Mrs. R. jC. Wilcojt, who have been spending a i few days with friends in the city, re I turned yesterday to their home in Brook- lield. C, II. Hubbard, who has wen spend ing a few days in the city on business connected with the Studebaker patent oil sprinkler, returned last night to his home in Boston, Miss Pearl Leslie, who has been visit ing relatives in Barre and Williamstown for the past week, went this morning to tiloueestvr, Mass., where she will be em ployed during the summer. The Perry Auto Co., which recently unloaded a Laut-Jergens truck in this city, has consigned the machine to NorthHeld, where it will be operated dur ing the summer by John Gettys. Charlie Hoernle of Goddard will be on the receiving end of the B. A. C. battery this afternoon against St. Michael's col lege. Tommy Davidson is slated to twirl. Don't fail to sec this battery in action. Guisseppi Martelli, . who recently re turned to Barre from an extended stay at his former home in Italy, left last night for a week's visit with relatives in (,'uincy, Mass. W. X. Wood and John A Philbert, who have been spending a few day in Barre as the guest of K. M. Laws of Welling ton street and with friends in Chelsea, ieft last night for their home in Dor chester, Mass. Mrs. C. E. Goodrich, who has Wen passing ten day g at the home of Dr. V. C. Goodrich of Washington street, went yesterday to Plaintield, where she will make a short stay with relatives before n tnrn ing to Hard wick. Miss Gertrude Batchelder of Franconia, X. II., arrived in the city yesterday for a few weeks' visit at the borne of her sister, Mrs. Arthur C. Lnwe of the Hill street extension. She was accompanied to Barre by Miss .Mae Thwing. The condition of Airs. Peter Corey of Prospect street, who recently submitted to an operation at the Heatoii hospital in Montpelier, is reported to he improv ing 'steadily. Mrs. Corey expects to be able to return home within two weeks. Don't fail to see the Italian-Tenth Cavalry game this afternoon at the Rangers field. The game will be called at 3 o'clock. Th article of ball displayed by the colored troops is always pleasing! and of high class, be seen than this. Roeoo Krrico of Xew York, who has Inen spending several days in the city in the interests' of the Giornale Italian, an Italian publication issued from Xew York, , went this morning to Hardwjck for a. few days' visit before returning home, ' Rev. . Manfred P. Welcher, who has been spending several days in Barre anil Montpelier in the interests of the anti cigarette league, has gone to Xorthfield, where he i to make a series of address es before the students of Norwich uni versity. Ira .1. Stemm of the Morse block re turned this morning from Waterbury, where he accompanied the remains of fatltpr .Tumftia l Statnm whnsp ftcrnoon against t, occurred Thursday morning. The I interment took place in the village cem etery at Waterbury. Riley's orchestra was at Montpelier last evening, where they furnished music for a dance held under the au-pices of Co. II for the purpose of raising funds to supply the militia men with supplies during the coming annual en campment at Burlington. K. Lorenzo Kibby, formerly of Brook field, waa a visitor in the city yester day while on his way back to bis old home for a short visit with relatives. Mr. Kibby will be remembered by base ball fans as a former varsity catcher at the University of Vermont. G. Sandri of Ladd strfet has returned home from Burlington, where he accom panied Mrs. Sandri to the Mary Fletcher hospital last Sundav. The latter under went an operation Tuesday and ye-4er-ilny her condition was reported to le im proving steadily. Siie will remain at the hospital several weeks. Thirty-five members of the Yecchia F'iloilramatic Co. left this forenoon for Hardwick. where they will prvsent the three-act drama. "The Spy," in the Hard wick opera bouse this evening. The cast is identical with the one which presented the pist-e in Itarre and Xorthfield. K. Dunghi will have charge of the stage investiture and other plavers of local fame will be in the cast. After the per formance a dance will be held, the Barre company leaving for home in the early morning. Pnxwds from the affair will be sent to silk workers in Paterson. X. .1. Although "tuincy Adams Sawyer" is old, it was enjoyable to the scant audi ence which turned out to witness the' performance in the oiwra house lat een- ing. The fact that the scenes are laid; in Xew Kngland and that the charac- ters are typhal country folk make the ; production very interesting. The small, bit of pathoa were relieved by the hu-J mor which was much in evident1 throughout the play and which kept the: amiica.-e in a roar of laughter during the erening. The principal factor, of course. '. Wing Vuinry Adam Sawyer, moot of , the attention centers around him. al-l tho-ijrh the others come in for a share of ' tW entertainment. The character were' well rhwn and each fitW his part to' Mrfe-tinn. Altogether the p-fwrman' Xew shirtwaists at Fitts', ' Ladies' new Wits nt Alihott's. Abbott is showing a full lino of wash silks, ' Ninety-eight cents each, a waist sale, at Perry's on Saturday. Call for (iiU'-tiini shirts at Laniorcy Clothing Co. ,nSeo window. M.urruy Hitler of I'lainlleld arrived in the city last night for a few days' visit. John Gray left last night for Boston, where lie will spend several days with friends. Miss Florence Winn of St. Albans, who has been spending a few days with fniciiJs in IJarre. and .Montpelier, re turned home this morning. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Stuart of West street returned to the city yesterday from Rutland, where they have Wen viwitiug for the past few days. Mrs. John Sullivan ami granddaughter, Miss Anna Moore of Hardwick, are niak- ng a visit in the citv as the' guesds of Mrs. Mary Garbev of Pearl street. C. F. Smith of 'cst, Patterson street, who has been confined to the house for several days by inflammatory rheuma tism, was able to be down town to day. ' ltonie! Murray of Granitevllle, who has Wen visiting at Sherbrooke, V. Q., for the past few months, wus a visit or in the city to-day, returning to his home. Wvllis Scott of Pearl street returned this morning from a week's visit to Bradford, Rochester, and Brandon. Mr. Scott resumed his duties to-day at the Cheesemin barber shop. James Black left last night for Mont real, P. Q., where to-morrow he will be joined by relatives returning to Barre from an extended stay at their former home in Aberdeen, Scotland, The only opportunity of tha avason to see the tenth cavalry play will be in their series with the Italian A. C. One of a series of five games arranged will be played this afternoon at the Italian park. The Barre Athletics will play this afternoon against St. Michael's college at Intercity park. I he grounds have Wen entirely renovated, as have the stands. Game atarts at 3 o'clock. It will W the Wat game of the season uolche v Internal, trie eigliteen-vear old girl, who went to the county jail in Montpelier Wednesday to serve a sen tence for intoxication, was released yes terday when a friend appeared to pay her tine of $5 and costs amounting to Friday' arrivals) t The Bnzzell hotel were as follows: J-.roest Borzone, Bethel; WTlliam Kirapton, Burlington; twelve nvMiiWrs of the Quincv Adams Sawyer theatrical companv; W. Mason, Hard wick; M. C. Cutler, Plainfield; K. R Menger, St. Jacobs. Ontario, Can.; R. C, McGregor, vu""y, Mass. The Barre Woman's club will meet on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. There will be a demonstration and food sale by the household economics department. Kaeh lady is asked to bring fork, spoon and i plate. It is hoped there will be a large attendance. It will be a guest day. Constable George L. Morris found a stranger on Washington street this ; forenoon, who appearvd to be rather the worse for intoxicating drink. When the I officer first sighted the stranger, the lat-! ter was vainly trying to anchor himself to ' a telephone pole near the Hill street intersection. Constable Morris loaded : the man into his carriage and carried 1 him to police headquarters, where he will ivmsin until he is sober enough to W arraigned in city court. The announcement of two important promotions in the ranks of Salvation Army were i.ade at the local barracks this forenoon. Capt. Charles Brant ! who is at the Wad of the iWre Wr raj?ks. received notification this fore noon from the national headquarters of the Salvation Army at New York of hh promotion from the rank of a captain to Xo bttter game could that of ensign. Capt. Brant has been : : . i i. . r j , i , . .. supervising ine wotk oi ine local Army , i ior me past ceu monins. i nor to n'S arrival in Barre. Capt. Brant was sta tioned nt Xewburyport, Mass., where W was closely Associated with the work of the Salvation Army in that section of Massachusetts. Knsign Brant has Wen identified with the Salvation Army fori twenty years, 1-ast Thursday, Fret! Me- j Kenna. who came to this(city a short j time ago to assist Knsign Brant, was. elevated from the rank of lieutenant to j captain. Capt. McKenna came to Barre from St. Joirfisbury. I For Saturday Selling 1 BEST VALUES IN HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR FOUND HERE 8 Misses' and Children's Vests at. 10c and 15c eacH Ladies' Vests, all styles, at ..... .2 for 25c, 25c and 50c each i 11 Ladies' rants at' , ,25c and 50c per pair Ladies' Union Suits at . . .29c, 35c, 50c and $1.00 a garment Hosiery, fine Cotton, Silk-Lisle and Silk, at 10c, 15c, 2 for 25c, 25c, 35c, 50c and $1.00 per pair A SUIT FOR YOU AT A BIG SAVING t i ; 8 LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FJND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. Successor to Veale & Knight ' . i h a xiiiuuintiiuiitiiuiiiiiiiiii tuiuumttttixii uiniiiiiiiiui'ttttxitittix ttaxtitsatiiiiitiiitxtt III aJ I -.. .' Bmm IS fmSf' I rl I Capjrrista 191 J Ta Houn ot Kuppeaheuaar New Trial for Hyde. Xew Y'ork, May 17. The appelate di vision of the supreme court yesterday re vered the cOnfictkm in the supreme court of Charles H. Hyde, former city chamWrlain. and ordered a new trial. Hyde was found guilty of bribery, in connection with the deposits of city funds in the defunct Xorthern bank and the Carnegie Trust company. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED LOST Betwn Grunilevllle and Bsrre. an ovrrcoat. Findrr please leave at Murmr Stable. W12 FOR SALE One lot 200 aem. mostly hard wood ; 6 mil to mill : l-'O acre 76 per cent, prure : 4 mile to mill. House, ell and barn, one acre land, building jut thoroughly re paired, s mile from Monttelier. G. H. Smilie, Agent. Montpelier. Tel. 664-M. 64t6 a trj good. DREAMLAND THEATRE SPECIAL BIOGSAPH TO-DAY FEATURE Love in an Apartment Hotel Done in True Biograph Style. Also Other Features Admission Five Cents You men who have not as yet pur chased your SPRING CLOTHES will find that your chances of getting just what you desire now, are much better at our store than else where. By a special arrangement with The House of Kuppenheimer it is possible for us to offer you an unrestricted choice of the many, many styles, designed and tailored by these good clothes makers, no matter how heavy the demand may be. By the way we've an especially attractive lot of good things at $18.00 to $25.00 Other Makes $10.00 to $22.00 Union Clothing Company Lawn Mowers The Best Test of Quality is Time Townscnd Ball Bearing Lawn Mowers have been sold from this store for 15 years. Every one guaran teed and none returned. Come in and see the line. Prices. $5.50, $6.50, $7.50, $3.50, $10.00, $11.00, $12.00. We also have Money Back and Philadelphia Mowers. C. W. AVERILL & CO. 81-83 No. Slain St. Tel. 433-W Barre, Vt.