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THK BAHKK 'DAILY" TlMKS, KAKHK, VT,. l'KIDAY, JUNE 20, 1913.
TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN tttmma:mamnnmrnmjnmummnmnim:nm:m:m:raamrtna:t $3Val. for $2.19 ' I Model No. 970B I 1 $2 Val. for $1.39 SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY AND MONDAY The manufacturers of La Resista and D. H. &-.C. Corsets have made up two special lots for June sales. We have bought a big number of each style and put these on SALE SATURDAY AND MONDAY at spe cial prices for these two days. $1.39 annd $2.19 These are exceptional values for the money and it will be to your advantage to shop at once, , Sale starts Saturday at 8 o'clock sharp. D.H.& C. A regular $2.00 Corset; low bust, long skirt, hamburg trimmed, and a lightweight material. Sale price, per pair $1.39 La Resista long A regular $3.00 Corset: extra skirt, medium bust, hamburg trimmed and made up of lightweight material These are an exceptional value at Sale price, per pair 19 Each style has six hose supporters attached. Remember, this sale starts Saturday morning. See window display Corsets. of The Hoieeir Flits Conipaey BIG VALUES IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR JUST RECEIVED i Why Not Keep CooS In some of our nice lightweight furnishings? We can show you the finest line of Underwear ever seen in town. B. V. D. in separate pieces and Union Suits, Poros-Knit and Balbriggan, in both. All prices, from 25c to $1.50. Straw Hats This season's most popular shapes and straws, thick brim Sailors, Crushes and Panamas. Any price from 50c to $6.00. Shoes and Oxfords We specialize "Crawford" and "Reed" Shoes and Oxfords. Blacks and Tans, in both button and lace. "Crawford" Shoes and Oxfords, $4.00. "Reed" Shoes and Oxfords, $3.00 and $3.50. "Ellsworth" Shoes and Oxfords, $2.25 and $2.50. Give Us a Call To-morrow TALK OF THE TOWN 171 No. Main St. Isaac S. Yett Successor to F. E. Cutts & Co. Barre, Vermont 101 Hison day at thi Bijou. Adv. Uijj sale summer wash goods at the Vatifthan Store. Big anniversary gale. Where Paris Shitwait Houne. "The Return of Thunder Cloud's .Spir it,' 101 It:on, two-reel feature, and oth er pictures at Bijou. Adv. ' William Maiden a student at the Uni versity of Vermont, arrived in the city to-day to make an extended visit at the home of his mother on West street. Make arrangements to see the Norwich-Italian jrame to-morrow at Berlin street. Norwich will use its strongest lint of players and should furnish a very lively fame. B. A. Eastman, Harry Houghton, and Frank Adams, nmmbers of the Barre Gun eluh. returned lat nitfht from Spriiicfield, where they have been at tending the annual meet of mont trap shooters' league, was made bv automobile. the Ver Thc trip PAVILION THEATRE VAUDEVILLE TO-DAY Finn & Ford Those two fast steppers. Thco. Tcnny Comedy Ventriloquist. A 6trong western drama and a bunch of screeming comedys. MRS. BEN II. TASSIE, Pianist 'ADMISSION . '. 10 CENTS Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all the friends and neighbor who assisted up during our recent bereavement; also for the many beautiful Mowers and kind words. Mrs. Josephine Locaeio and family. Royal Arcanum to night. Oreen Mountain council. No. 73ti, observe BL the 30th anniversary of , fntimiinor nf thin errand , . v. ' " - u iy ijairiiini olgHfllg If (. 1 o 11 , iBT now one of the largest and best inexistence, having paid near ly l!0 .0OO,IXM to beneficiaries over fSO.000 through this council. All invited and requested to be present to-night. Short business session at 7:30 sharp, initiation, etc. Collector Urearson re quests payment of dues and assessments at 6:45 o'clock at the hall.- (Signed) committee and secretary. Members of Vincitia lodge, No. 10, K. of I, are requested to meet at Castle hall, at 10 o'clock, Sunday, June 22. for the purpose of attending the annua memorial service at the lres by t e r i a n church. Members of our order who belong to oth er lodges and who may be in the city, are cordially invited to'attend this service. I We Should Mere in Shuman and Adler-Rochester Clothing. Lamson & Hubbard and Stetson Hats. Cluett and Hathawaj Shirts. Munsing Union Suits. Likly Baggage st You ! i i : : J Xetv potatoes., 30c per peck, at Smith a i "iiiings , Where arc the 101 Bisons? At the Bijou, of course.- Adv,' .Mrs. John lingers, who was taken to Hip City hospital some time ago, is gaining slowly. Hev. Kraser Metger of Randolph was a visitor in the city yesterday while on his way to Burlington. Beguhir Pitiirdav night dance, June 21. in llowlimd hall, under auspices of Riley's orchestra. Lailiea, free. Miss Bene Bilodeau, who has been at tending school in Montreal, 1. Q., ar rived in Barre to-duy to pass the sum mer. Kdwaid Bronson, who has been visit ing" in Barre and Montpelier, returned yesterday afternoon to his home in Swanton. John F. Blaney of Boston arrived in the eity this morning for a few days' yisit as the guest of 'Joseph K. eater of Kast street. , Mks lieu I nil 0, Bates. who hag been attending- the state normal school at Johnson, returned to Barre last night for the summer. Sprague Drennan, a student at Dart mouth college, returned to the city last night to spend the summer at his home on Washington street. Ilnwley Voung, who has been spending a few days with his father, C. F. Young, in thia city, returned this morning to hi home in Burlington. Mrs. E. N. Buck, who has been visit ing friends in the city for the past ten days, returned this morning to her home in White River Junction, Raymond B. Waldo, who has been at tending Wcsleyan university at Middle town, Conn., arrived in the city last night to pass the summer. Burt Mercer of Cliff street returned last night from Hardwiek, where he has been visiting as the guest of his brother, Willmin .Mercer, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Dim id Webster of South Main street left yesterday for Vinal Ha ven, Me., where they wiil spend several days with the former's daughter. Mrs. James Higgins and children, James F. jr., and Lucy A., who have been 1 visiting at Northfield for the past week, returned to the city yesterday. George A. Burroughs of Boston,' who has been visiting friends in the city for a few days, went this morning to Bur lington, where he will pass the weekend. Rev. Walter C. Bernard, secretary of the Kpiseopal diocese of Vermont, who has been parsing a week in the city-. left-thia morning for his home in Ches ter. M. F. Sea ver, who has been spelling several days in the Barre granite belt, left yesterday for his home in Kureka, Kans., where he is engaged in the re tail granite business. Napoleon Isabel, who has been mak ing an extended visit with relatives in Montreal, P. Q., and vicinity, was a vis itor in the city to-day while on bis way home to Websterville. Charles Turner, who has been a guest at the home of H. K. Bush of Church street during the sessions of the Kpisco- ral diocesan convention, returned this morning to his home in Rutland. Rev. J. W. Barnett, pastor of the Con gregational church, went this morning to Randolph, where he will deliver an address before ft convention of the Or ange county Sunday school convention. John Robert Marshall of Quincy, Mass., arrived in the city last evening for an extended visit at "the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jameg Robertson of. Washington street and with other friends in the city. Alex, Simpson of Summer street, who received severe injuries about the lower) limbs when an automobile crashed into a atreet ear near Willey street a few weeks ago, was able to be out of doors to-day. Mrs. Charles Granger of Randolph ar rived in the city yesterday to attend the Spaulding high school commencement exercises, her granddaughter, .Miss Hor enoe M. Granger, being one of the grad uates. Misses Edith and llav Barney o. St. Juhnsbury arrived in the city yester day to attend the commencement ex ercises of Spaulding high school, from which a sister. Miss Faun Barney, is to graduate this year. Ernest Letourncau of 73 Summer street, who has been making an extend ed visit with relatives in Sherbrooke, P. Q., and other sections of lower Que lvee. returned home this morning on the Green Mountain express. Miss Margaret Doheny of Camp street, who was called to Bonton the latter part of last week by the death of rel atives, returned to the eity yesterday and resumed her duties as teacher at the Summer street sohool. Lyle II. Perry of 108 Washington street left this forenoon for Burlington where he has been engaged to play the cello in the hotel ermont orchestra. Air. Perry expects to remain in Burlington until the season is over. Goddard seminary graduates had their class picture taken Wednesday after mn. There were 32 graduates in the group. The baseball team was also pho tographed, H. W. Shores being the pho tographer in both instances. W. A. Bradford of South Main street returned last evening from a short car riage drive to East Oilais. He was ac companied home by his daughter, Mrs. Leon Luther, who l.as been making an extended visit with relatives in Calais. If you are looking for a big invest ment proposition, attend the auction sale to-morrow of the Hadley estate houses. Corner of Maple avenue and Seminary street, also No. 12 Harrington avenue. See ad., page 7. C. 4'. Smith, auctioneer. Rev. E. F. Newell, pastor of the Hed ding Methodist church, who has been at the Lyons farm on East hill recupera ting from a nervous breakdown for the past few months, has removed his house iiold effects to the Methodist parsonage at 15 French street. Special ribbon values at Ablxitt's. Ideal dresses, Belle waists, at Knight'l. Visit our second floor for summer underwear, at Vaughan'a. Lumber, both soft and hard wood, rough and finished. At the C. L. Bugbea mill. Flies are here. Get your screens for windows and doora at the C, L, Bugbee mill. ' Charles If. Tobias returned this morn ing to his home in Grand Isle, after a week's business visit in the city. Auction sale of the Hadley estate properties to-morrow at 2 p. m. See ad.. page 7. C. W, Melcher, administrator. I oinpuiion court, No. 737, I. U. r ., will hold its regular meeting to-night at 7:30. Per order rec. sec, Kate Greg- ware. John K. Miles, an employee of the General Electric Works at West Lynn, Mast., arrived in the city to-day. He will go to night to Graniteville for a ten days' visit. One dollar and thirty-nine cents each, fringed, scalloped and hemmed lied spreads; were $1.75, $1.85 and $1.!H. Your choice of 2.1 spreads tor fi..i at Perry's on Saturday. Korwich university was rated as one of the best small college teams in New England. Norwich and the Italians play at Berlin street at 3 o'clock on Satur day. Don't fail to see this game. KEEP COOL MAKE YOUR SATURDAY PURCHASES HERE New fresh stocks of Hosiery, Underwear, Cor sets, Waists, Neckwear, Fancy Ribbons and House Dresses just received. Values guaranteed. A Real Bargain Your Choice of Any Suit in Our Store for $10.00 LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. Successor to Veale & Knight a Oil ' " TT5) n b li or oeicer 1 "" if if 1 ri it i ihwiMiPVi riilmn meyrjM mtlmieafKttBpciiiicuKf I Union per Which Rules Your Purchasing? We do not claim to sell cheaper clothes than any one else, but rather bet ter clothes at a fair price. J At the same time we give you, in KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES, bigger value, better style and the best of workmanship. Therefore, we say our clothes are reasonable, which is far better than having them cheaper. $18 to $25 Other makes $8.50 to $22 Clothing Company I TALK OF THE TOWN Cliarfrs Wilkie of Central street, who ha been viiting with relatives at Bur lington for a few days, returned to the citv yester.lay. jesiie Wright, who lm heen employed at Den Moine and Chicago, 111., for the past vear, returned to the city this morninft for an indefinite visit. Henry Denning, who has been travel ling with the llagKenliack-Waliaoe cir- cus as a musician, returned to me city yesterday from the western part of 'Pennsylvania. Mr. Penning joined the shows at Peru, Ind., the company' win ter quartern, about two weeks after the devastating flood that swept througk the Indiana vaMev. The Hag- ,...., i l .1.. U . 1 gennacn- aua-e snows lost neriy niu of its menagerie, ami at one time it was doubtful if the shows would ven ture out onto the road. Within a few weeks, at a great expense, the direc tors of the circus refilled its menagerie and started on the road. The company drifted eastward and will continue so, but will not visit any New England states this season. ojljIM 1 LI TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED WANTED A firnt-fUiiw man to folJow a Lam derrick. Apply to J. P. Corakie 4 Son. 82t2 FOUND A Ford radiator cap. Owiver can have aame bf culling at this office rnd pur ine for ad. 8tl t Lamson & Hubbard Straw and Panama Hats. i Widow Jones Clothing for boys. Mother's Friend Blouses. I Lamson & Hubbard Caps. X Dutchess Trousers. I Onyx Hosiery. We still give you the best values at moderate prices. I The Frank McWhorter Co. W. C. Ellis of Brooklyn, V. V who has been demonstrating the White ew nig machnie at B. W. Hooker 4 tVi.'s furniture store for the past two -week, j left this forenoon for Well Kiver. where he w ill be enlaced for another fortnight. Ihiring Mr. Ellis' stay in Harre. crowds 01 ppopie nave w itnessed nis uauy exni-1 bitions of sewing skill at the stire. When the Chinese team of Honolulu ran defeat a team of the standing of Holy Cross in the college world, they certiinlv deserve recognition. The Chi nese team defeated Holy Crrms this week.) 3 to I. Murray, the "best pitcher and considered about the best college pitcher! of the year, was working for Holy I ross. The Chinese play the Italians at Berlin street this afternoon at 4 o'clock. I Preparations are being made for e- j sions of the I'nitnl State nturlis- : tion court to be held in Barre and Mont- j pelier during the chwing day of th' I month. It i expected that Clerk Fred : S. Piatt of P.utland and his aitant mill come to Montpelier for a day's ses sion and then adjonrw to Barre. A large number of rroti-tive ritife'ns in this !citr and Bane Town are resdv to ntake REAILAND THEATRE The Home of Good Pictures SPECIAL Red MULTIPLE TURE REEL FEA- and White Roses Through conspiracy and scandal, a man of prominence is made a victim of political ambition and intrigue. Full of vital throbs. It's a Vitagraph two reel feature. Other Good Pictures Admission Five Cents We have placed some Oxfords in our south window at a very great reduction in price for FRIDAY and SATURDAYSALE Now, if we can fit you out of them, we will assure you great value is in them for you. BARRE SHOE CO. Screens Screens Screens all kinds of Screen Be sure to measure We are headquarters for Doors. Prices from $1.00 up. your door. Window Screens 25c up Screen Wire Cloth in Black, Galvanized Bronze. and Tel. M A 4o C. W. AVERILL & CO. 9-W Barre, crraont i r-nli-atitti. fur ta w-rs c,f th firftt aai