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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE; VT., SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913.
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TALK OF THE TOWN
TALK OF THE TOWN
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Sec our Display of
Mew Spring torments
for Women and Children
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which will soon be here. These are exceptional values and give you a good long
time to use them before cold weather comes.
We must close these lots at once, as we are broken up more or less on sizes.
We advise you to shop early. "
White Linen Suits
. Our line of White Oyster Linen Suits in plain and fancy tailored, this sea
son's best styles, going at
1-4 off
Children's Wash Dresses
An opportunity for the thrifty mother to buy the girls a Wash Dress at re
markably low prices: ' ;
1 lot of 50c Dresses, Sale $0.39 each
1 lot of 75c Dresses, Sale 59 each
1 lot of $1.19 Dresses, Sale . . .89 each
1 lot of 1.25 Dresses, Sale .98 each
1 lot of 1.50 Dresses, Sale . 1.19 each
1 lot. of 2.25 Dresses, Sale . . . . 1.87 each
1 lot of 2.98 Dresses, Sale 2.37 each
Ladies' Dress Skirts
Ten Per Cent. Discount on our Entire
Line -
House Dresses
1 table very pretty House Dresses,
regular $1.00 values, Sale, each .. .87c
Sweater Sale
1 lot of $5.98 and $6.50 Sweaters, Sale $4.87
lot of $5.00 values, Sale 3.98
WATCH FOR OUR BIG REMNANT SALE NEXT WEEK
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uner Flits Company
BIG REDUCTION ON OUR HANDSOME LINE OF PARASOLS
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WILLIAMSTOWN.
Mrs. J. 0- Angell, Wife of Former Pastor
Here, Died at Randolph.
Word was rccived here the 2.3th of
tlie death at Kandolph of Mrs. J. Q.
Angell, following an operation. Funeral
will be at Eamloplh on Monday, the
2Sth, at 9 o'clock, and a ladies' quartet
from town will attend. The news comes
as a shock to the many friends of Mrs.
Angell here, where her husband was for
two years pastor of the Methodist
church.
Congregational church, Sunday morn
ing worship at 10:45 a. m.; sermon, "A
Great Man, What Made Him Great."
lEveuing union service at 7:30; Rev. Al
bert Abbott of the M. K. church will
preach. C. K. meeting on Tuesday even
ing at 7:30; topic, "Missionary Essen
tial. Home and Abroad I., Informa
tion." Mis. W. B. Kendrick and son, Edwin,
of Rochester, X. V., are visitors at P. W.
Hopkins'.
Ladies of the O. E. S., please bring
cake for special meeting on Monday
evening. July 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Duffany are to
nova at once to Northfleld, where Mr.
Duffany has employment in the granite
Tiusiness. Sirs. Dull any Louisa Uiltore)
has for several years been bookkeeper
at the J. K. Lynde store, now the Hoyt,
McAllister, Martin Co., Inc.
The rond machine that has been used
by the town for several years, after hav
ing been repaired many times, was final
ly found to be unserviceable, and a new
one has been ordered.
TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED
FOR SALE At a banain. 1 8-H.-I Wood
pecker engine, but little used ; also a 16-Inch
Ohio ensila.se cutter. Dix J. Cnmp, Randolph
Center, Vt. ; residence between North and
Seat Randolph. lmf
WANTED A beoVsettfr for polwhina; mill.
Apply to Marrion & O'Leary. U2U
TALK OF THE TOWN
Tie sale to-day at Fitts'.
Embroideries, best value at Knight's.
Come to the clearance sale at the
Vaughan Store.
Buster Brown hose for ladies, misses
and children at Terry's.
A (food opportunity to buy cnm, voile
and ettamine curtains at Perry's on Sat
urday. Jail for Drunken and Near-Drunken
Drivers.
Whether or not they have "formally
voted" to do so, the district and police
judges of Massachusetts and of every
other state, for that matter may well
impose jail sentences on automobilists
found guilty of drunkenness while driv
ing their machine. There is law enough
to warrant it, and public sentiment,
among automobilists es-pecially, certain
ly approves it. .Xo drunken man can
possibly be a safe driver. A fine is not
sufficient punishment for a man who
drives an automobile when under the
influence of liquor. Often it is no pun
ishment at all.
And not only should jail sentences be
inflicted on drivers who are drunk from
the drinking of too much liquor, but
also on those who are drunk with speed
madness or with contempt for the rights
or safety of others. Jail sentences, mot
?d out as the regular thing in such
esses, will be n most effective temper
ance sermon to the victims, and they
will have a highly sobering effect on
reckless drivers who have thus far es
caped arrest. A beginning has been
made in several local courts, and the ex
ample should be followed, throughout
the state. Sometimes the ollicers or
judge may be in doubt as to whether
the driver was far enough under the in
fluence of liquor to be called drunk, and
in such eases not the driver but the
public and the careful and law abiding
driver should be given the benefit of
the doubt. The safe rule is to jail au
tomobilists who drive cars as though
they were drunk, no matter how much
or liow little they have been drinking.
Boston Herald.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Men's and Youth's Suits f
i Straw and Panama Hats !
1 To-day we are reducing the price on some
t light and medium weight suits. It will be to
; your advantage to see them. Some Youth's 1
t Suits to close at 25 to 50 per cent discount.
Straw and Panama Hats subject to 33 1-3
X per cent discount.
WE WANT TO SEE YOU TODAY.
Frank McWhorter Company I
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Big sale waists to-day at Vaughan's.
.Miss Jicssie -Nelson returned last night
from a few days' visit to St. Johnsbury.
Annual sale of laces, scarfs and cen
ter pieces, 25c, 2lc, Sflc, at Vaughan's.
A regulnr meeting of Barre branch of
(J. C. L A. will be held in Miles' hall
Monday evening, July 28.
L. A. Sawyer left to-day for Hard
wick, where he has secured employment
in the granite industry.
Ralph Colombo of North Main street
returned Inst night from a few days'
visit to Xcw London, Conn.
Mrg. Homer Fitts and daughter, Miss
Esther Fitts, of Park street are making
an extended stay at Kennebunkport,
Me.
Friday's arrivals at The Buzzell hotel
were as follows: J. Gibson, Boston; Al
Wasson, Boston; F. F. Merrill, Tun
bridge; William Crapg, Barre Town.
Mrs. Edmund Joyol and daughter, who
have been visiting relatives in Barre and
vicinity for the past three weeks, re
turned this morning to their home in St.
Cesaire, P. Q.
j D. L. Scott, who runs the auto from
I Plainfield to Hardwick, has added an
i other car to his outfit, and is now pre
pared to carry pleasure parties to any
point they wish.
I Mrs. C. C. Ramsdell, formerly of Barre,
I but who now has a position as house
keeper in WaterUirv in the family of
'j. II. Fullerton, is visiting relatives and
(friends in the city. i
I Lee Shcpard of the Montpelier road
! returned yesterday from a few days'
'visit to Woodsville, X. H., and Littleton,
X. H. He will resume his duties at the
People's Shoe store on Monday.
I 'Miss Stella Goodrich, who has been
j passing a few weeks at her home at
Greensboro, recuperating lrom an at
tack of appendicitis, has resumed her
duties nt the Waldron Shields granite
offices..
Workmen under the supervision of
Gus Gregware commenced this morning
to lay the foundation for the Granite
Savings bank building on Depot Square,
which is to be used by O. H. Hale for
auctioneering purposes. The foundation
will be a solid concrete wall. The con
struction of the Avail will take nearly a
week and it will be some time before
masons start on the brick work.
Barre Rangers, present holders of the
cup and champions of football in the
sUte of Vermont, gave proof of their
strength last night by trimming the
Barre Hill Rovers at Graniteville by a
score of 2 to 1. The victory jumped the
standing of the Rangers' club two
points and places them in the lead of
the league. The closest competitor the
Rangers reckoned with when the season
started was the Rover team. The Rang
ers played as they never have before
any season and by concerted action
swept the Hill Rovers before them when
goals were needed. The feature of the
playing was the sensational work of
Johnnie Johnson, the Ranger forward.
His dribbling and clever boots electrified
the crowd. Four sides of the Gazely
field were swarmed with spectators, who
gathered from Websterville, East Barre
and other surrounding villages to wit
ness Graniteville introduce its latest
sport.
Muslin underwear, new lot at Knight's.
Tennis and golf sweaters at Abbott's
for $2.98. -
Money-saving valuse on suits and
ju tr, at 4 iiia (
On sale to-day, wool Bedford cord
skirt for $1.98 at Vaughan's.
Merrill Barrett of Cabot is passing a
few days in the city as the guest of his
uncle, Elon E. Barrett.
Now is the time to buy couch ham
mocks at prices we offer them at. See
adv. C. X. Kenyou & Co.
Lucius Gtillug'her of Short street left
to-day for Hartford, Conn., where he will
speiuf a few days with, relatives.
Principal and Mrs. C. H. White, who
have been passing the summer at Wal
den, were visitors in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Harold Barton of Cambridge,
Mass., 'is making an extended stay with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Ayers,
of Ayer street.
Bermird Corcoran, Robert Duncan and
John Mercer left last night for Keene,
X. 11., where they have secured employ
ment with the Victoria Granite Co.
Miss Marguerite Robarge of Chicopec,
Mass., is passing several days in the city
as a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Barrows of 15 Central street.
Miss Mamie Girard of Burlington, who
is in the, city to arrange for a con
cert to be given here .early in the fall,
is the guest of friends on Washington
street.
W. IL Pitkin of Boston, who is pass
ing a two weeks' vacation with relatives
i in the city, went this forenoon to St.
j Albans, where ho will pass the week-end
i with friends.
Miss Frieda Hill, who lias been spend
ing several days in Barre as the guest
of Miss Bertha Fenwick of the Plain
field road, returned this forenoon to her
homo in Riverton.
Mrs. Paul Scampini of Xorth Main
street, who has been spending the w.st
few weeks at Boston and Qiiincy, Mass.,
and Concord, X. II., with relatives, re
turned to the city to-day.
Philip Griflin, who has been passing
a few days in the city as the guest of
his brother, Rev. A. CV Griffin, at the
St. Monica parsonage, left to-day for
Bangor, Me., for an indefinite stay.
WWferi will be on the mound for the
Italians this afternoon against Hard
wick. Joe i going fine now. It's worth
while to see him in action. Game starts
at 3 o'clock. Remember the place, Ber
lin street. "
Mrs. William Kenyon and two chil
dren and Mrs. G. K. Gillispie of St. Al
bans arrived in the city to-day for a
short visit with friends. They will visit
in" Burlington and Shelburne before re
turning home,
Clarence P. Hitchcock, who has been
visiting friends in the city for the past
ten duys, went this mornir.g to Swanton,
where he will pass the week-end at Ma
quam, returning Monday to his home in
Montreal, P. Q. -
MU Blanche Creamer, who has been
spending several days in Barre as the
guest of her sinter, Mrs. George h. Line
kin, of 45 Merchant street, left this
morning for Xashua, X'. H., where she
will make a short visit before returning
to her home in Thomaston, Me.
.A. Vasuuez-Pradii of San Juan, Porto
Rico, who is passing the summer at
Goddard seminary, went this morning
to Middlesex, where be will be the guest
for a week of Rev. Luther B. Griee, pas
tor of the church at Shady Rill and a
former atudent at the seminary.
Miss Margaret Maberini of Foss street,
who began a two weeks' vacation from
her duties at the Vaughan store to day,
leaves to-night for Milford, Mass., where
she will visit relatives for a few days,
going later to Xew York to ntake a
more extended stay with her aunt.
Rev. Francis A. Poole and Mrs. Poole
and son, Francis, of Worcester, Mass.,
who are passing the summer at Fairlee
lake, arrived in the city to-day to be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rounds of
Park street. Rev. Mr. Poole will occupy
the pulpit at the Congregational church
Sunday morning.
For Sale A 1,000-ft. auto deilvery
truck in first-class shape. Just been
thoroughly overhauled. K dandy for
light delivery work. Will sell right or
exchange for touring car. Reasons for
selling, have just bought a two-ton
truck. For full particulars address P. O.
box 407, Burlington. Vt.
A 200 c. p. electric light has been
placed on North Main street in front
of the, L. M. Averill building. It is one
of several which the aldcrmanic light
ing committee is causing to bo estab
lished under the new order of street
light locations. The light will be used
bv manv in connection with The Times'
big league bulletin service.
H. 1. Patriarch of Boston, a New
England representative. &f the Pere Mar
quette road, is in the city calling on
friends. Mr. Patriarch is accompanied
by his bride of a few months, the couple
having made the trip from Detroit,
Mich., in a touring car. "Mr. and Mrs.
Patriarch will nass a nortion of their
f linnevtititnn in Tlnrre. Tivocepdillr later to
the White Mountains and afterwards
returning to the latter's home in De
troit, Mich., for a more extended stay, j
George 11. Stuart, who has been em
ployed as cashier at the freight station j
at ' White River Junction for a few
months, arrived in the city to-day to
pass a few days at the home of his
parents. Next week he will go to St.
Albans, where he will accept position
at the home offices of the Centra! com
pany. Another nge or intcret to ;
many people in this city is that William
Mianley, formerly connected wnn me
local ('. V. offices, will be transferred
from White River Junction to St. Albans
in a -few days.
It is said that Bennie Bowcock; the
Portland second smoker, is looked upon
with envious eyes by big league scouts.
Bowcock has been plaj-ing a rattling
good game for Portland all season, hit
ting and fielding nicely. Bowcock was
given a tryout in the big leagues about
ten years ago and failed to make good.
Bowcock played with the Barre team
part of the first season of the old Xorth
ern league. -
Just received, white corduroy skirt, at
$2.25, at Vaughan's.
Miss Pauline Canning of Burlington is
the guest of Miss Clair' Miles on West
street.
Miss Fannie Osgood of Montpelier is
the guest of her uncle, E. Carleton, of
Highland avenue.
Louis Bru?a of Xorth Main street went
to Wnterbury yesterday to visit rela
tives for a few days.
E. C. Blair of Elm street retumed;laHt
night from a few days' visit with rela
tives at Rouses Point, X. V. ,.
Several from this city are planning to
attend the services at the East Mont
pelier campmeeting to-morrow.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Elliott of White
River Junction were visitors in the city
yesterday, making the trip by automo
bile. William Miers of Keith avenue, who
is passing several weeks in camp at
Worcester, is spending a few days in the
city.
Mrs. Susanne John of Prospect street,
who has been passing several days at
Graniteville, returned to the city yes
terday. 8. Hollister Jackson of Wellington
street returned to-day from Burlington,
where he 1ms been passing a week on
business.
Miss Xellie Scampini of Berlin street,
who bus been passing a few weeks at
the Scampini farm at Roxbury, returned
to the city to-day.
Mrs. E. E. Sanderson, who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs, James Long of
Franklin street fur several days, returned
to-day to her home in Quincy, Mass
Miss Ethel Gamble of Division street,
who is taking a two weeks' vacation
from her Cities in the Woolworth store,
returned yesterday from a week's visit
with relatives in Morctown and vicin
ity. Pearl L. Grendell left last night for;
Bangor, Me., where he will make an ex
tended stay with friends. Before return
ing home, 'Mr. Grendell will visit points
along the Maine coast and make a short
stay m St. Jolm, X. B.
The Martinson estate emploves are to
meet to-day in the grove at Fairmount
trotting park, where their annual picnic
will be held. Arrangements were first
made to hold the picnic several weeks
ago, but unforeseen events caused its de
ferment. ,-
H. M. Mattison, treasurer of the Or
ange County National bank of Chelsea,
id Mrs. Mattison . and a party of
friends were visitors in the city yester
day, making the trip by automobile.
Monday Mr. and Mrs. Mattinon will
leave Bnrrc on an extended tour through
the maritime provinces.
George Generis, who has been em
ployed in the United' Fruit store for the
past year, left last night for Lowell,
Mass." where he will make a short visit
at his former home before going to Bos
ton, whence he will sail Monday with a
detail of Greek patriots for Athens to
join a new army which is being organ
ized for service in the Balkans. Mr.
Generis received a rescription notice on
Tuesday, advising him to proceed to
Boston With little delay. The notice was
one of hundreds which have been dis
tributed to Greeks ,in America since the
Balkan embroglio again became serious
several weeks ago. Mr. Generis has al
ready served several months under the
Hellenic flag.
When the whistle blew yesterday aft
ernoon for suspension of Derations for
the day, over 300 of the employes of
Jones Bros, company congregated at the
ball park adjacent to the shed to wit
ness the annual struggle for baseball
supremacy in the different sections of
the plant. As in many cases of the
pat, the team representing" the old shed
triumphed over the crew from the newer
section by a score of 8 to 3. The faces
of many, who have taken part in these
contests in vears gone bv, were missing.
noteworthy among them being the two
brilliant first sackers that formerly viert
with each other for honors. McMillan
and I levers. Colombo and Tomguay
composed the battery for the winning
aggregation. The Starr Bros., worked
in the points for the losers. A chal
lenge has been issued by Manager Dens
mor of the Barclay Bros, team to the
Jones Bros, team for a game. Barclay
Brs. claim city championship in gran
ite circles and are waiting to tackle
some worthy opposition. Means are
being taken at the Jones Bros., plant to
get their full strength and attempt to
put n crimp in the winning streak of the
Barclay team.
A VERMONT PRODUCTION
WORK APRONS WITH CAPS TO MATCH
Splendid new assortment, well made of good quality per
cale. ' '
Aprons 25c, 50c and 59c.
Caps 10c each.
Our Bargain Counter contains goods from every depart
ment at really bargain prices.
New lots added especially for Saturday selling, among
which are Ladies' Hose, a good 15c quality at 10c. Misses'
Union Suits at 19c, were 25c. Children's Hose, 5 to 7, at 5c,
values up to 25c.
LET US SHOW YOUYOU WILL
FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE
HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt.
Successor to Veale & Knight
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I A Regular 40c Value !
for 29c
That's our Saturday Candv. Hirjrh-erade. heavily
u coated with smooth Chocolate ; easily worth 40c. Sat-
urday price, 29c the box.
a Velvety, smooth Ice Cream, in Vanilla, Caramel
and Pistachio, at the fountain or to take out.
I Kodaks, Brownies
and Premos
A big stock to select from.
Kodaks, $6 to $63. Brownies, $1
to $12. Premos. $1.35 to $35.
a Fresh Films and Papers received
a every week. We do developing and printing in a first-
a class manner. Why not let us do yours? "
a Please 'phone us your orders. Goods delivered
a iree anywnere in me cny.
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DROWN' S DRUG STORE
DRUGS AND KODAKS 48 No. Main St.
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A REMARKABLE 2 REEL WILD ANIMAL NOVELTY
A Wise Old Elephant
A fascinating, red-blooded romance, set amid the pic
turesque backgrounds of tropical British East India, in
which "Toddles," the world's famous and all-but-human
elephant gives a remarkable demonstration of wild ani
mal intelligence.
Fatty Deception
A Rip-Roaring Comedy
New York Street Markets
On a Busy Day
MRS. NELSON J. GLIDDEN, Pianist
Admission - - Five Cents
Wednesday and Thursday
July 30 and 31
MATINEE THURSDAY AT 3
Recital by Miss Mary Walker's Pupils.
The jmpilft of Miss Mary A. Wnlkrr
held a verv interesting and siiocessfu
recital in the rresbyterian rhurrli Fri
day afternoon, and oath did credit to
himself and to the teacher. Many of
the parents and fiienils were in attend
ance and all expressed their delight over
the outcome of the affair. The program
as given was as follows: Kxercise,
Madeline Henes; Children's Srijj, Mil
dred (Mass; Kxercise, Hannah Karrar;
Kxereise, Ruth Murray; Melodie Kiiinia
Fowlie; Children's Song, Mabel Ste
phens; Kxereise, Annie Carroll; Alle
gretto, Jennie Fairs; Wild Rose, Sylvia
I'edroni; At School March, Mary Me
DonaliF; My Papa's Waltz, Flora McIon
ald; In the Boat, Lena Cahagni; duet,
Flag Day March, Alma Krickson and
Isabel Walker; Chasing the ItutterHies,
(.'ertrnde Thompson; Friendship Waltz,
Hella Jliomson; Little Sprites,. Latherine
Spenee; In the Pavilion, ;!advs (Jrogan;
.Taek-in-tHf-Box, Ornaldo DeYechi; Car
nations, Litlie lies t tie; 'Hungarian
Dance, Margaret Muiry; Cong of the
Katy Did, Mary Will; duet, piano and
violin, John and William Morrison; Song
of the Millwheel, K.lvezia DeVechi;
Mocking Echo, Fiegina Chini; Prison
Song from "II Trovatore," and Puss in
Boots, Mane Pedroni; Autumn Idyl.
William Morrison ; Bevor,d the Stars,
Christina Brown; Twilight Song, Katie
Stewart; Constant Devotion. F.thel Du
charme; duet. Picnic in the Woods, Re-
gina Chini and Miss Walker.
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KINET0PH0NE
GENUINE
TALKING PICTURES
YOU SEE THE PLAY
YOU HEAR THE VOICES
PERFECT SYNCHRONISM OF
SOUND AND ACTION
The Illusion Is Startling
The Effect is Weird
EDISON'S
MOST MARVELOUS INVENTION AND
ONLY GENUINE
TALKING PICTURES
Night Prices 25c, 35c, 50c. Matinee
Prices Children 15c, Adults sc
At Kendrick'a drug store Monday.
PAVILION THEATRE
4.000 FEET OF FILM TO-DAY 4.000
IN THE RANKS
A Broncho Two-Reel Indian Picture A Thrilling Story
of Battle, Valor and Romance
The Poker Game
and
Her Father's Choice
Two Ripping Keystone Comedies
Half Orphans
Original and Refined Comedy
MISS MARION LUCE, Pianist
ADMISSION
5 CENTS
ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE DAILY TIMES
Ball's Sure Seal Fruit Jars
in Pints and Quarts
If you have ever used them you will need more. If
you have not used them come in.
Fruit Jar Rubbers and Jelly Tumblers.
C. W. AVERILL & CO.
Tel. 439-W Barre, Vermont
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