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The Barre daily times. (Barre, Vt.) 1897-1959, August 05, 1914, Image 8

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Including all our short lengths of staples and seasonable
merchandise that was left from our; big sale. Twice
each year after our big clean-up sale we put on our
Remnant Sale and offer you exceptional values on the
The above goods offer you waist and dress lengths at
greatly reduced prices, and many other shorter lengths
that are alway useful. Remember; sale starts tomorrow
and continues until further notice.
The Homer Fitts Company
See Our Suit Cases at $1.98
For Fit, Durability and all round
Satisfaction the Dutchess take the
"Give me a pair of Dutchess'
has been the call at this store for
more than 30 years and we hon
estly believe, after this long experi
ence, that we are offering to the
trade the best Trousers in the mar
ket today.
The best of materials, the best
of workmanship and made un
der the best conditions.
Our fall line has been received
and we are ready, this week, to dem
onstrate to you the reason for our
great enthusiasm over the
Butchcss Trousers
Our window display is worthy of
your attention.
The Weather
Onerally fair.' to-night and Thursday;
warmiT , Thursday; moderate to fresh
northeast to north winds, becoming vari
able. . .. . .
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See the new waists at Vaughan's.
Buy "Regular" Hour at the Kemp ton
mills. .
Extra sal linens Thursday at the
Vaughan Store.
See those specials on athletic goods.
C. N. Kenyon & (k.
Twentv-five per cent discount on re
frigerators at Hooker's.
Afr. .T. S. Tavlor of Nashua. N. H
is visiting Mrs. George Inglia of Clurk
Th-v ehnirwood for sale. Arthur 8
Martin, 43 Park btrcet. Telephone 158-4
or 53-W.
Sinful; in fr of sweaters, the McWhorter
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Co. have tlie sterling ana &iiaKer Knu
none better.
Oreate Jioflino and Antonio Fasola left
v-pstprdav for Hicrhcatc to pass a tew
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days in camp.
Ur. Georsre Mclver of Worcester,
Mass., is passing a few days at his for
mer home in Graniteville.
The 10:3(1 electric car from Mont
pel ier to-night will run through to Harre
and will wait till midnight before the
Snpoial at the Pavilion to-day. "The
Third Degree," in five part', taken from
the play of the same nr.me by Charles
Klein. Adv.
Mr Vruin Tjiwliss of Kirk street left
yesterday for Port Kent, X. 1., where
she plans to visit relatives during the
remainder of the month.
Dr. J. A. Dow of West Topsham, who
Iihh been passing a few days at Mont-
pelier. was a visitor in the eity to-day
on his way to his home.
Miss Marie Boland, who has been the
guest of friends and relatives in Barre
for the past week, returned to-day to
her home at St. .Johnsbury.
Georsre Beatti of Seminary treet re
turned lat night from Burlington,
whpre he has been visiting at the home
of bis uncle for the past week.
Tn-mnrrow. Autr. 6. beinir the Feast of
the Transfiguration, there will be a cele
hrufinn of linlv communion at the
Church of the Good Shepherd at 8 a. m.
rinrpni'R Ilirt'.ion of Washington street
resumed his duties at the Central Ver
mont freight office on Depot square this
morning, after passing a few days with
friends at Jt.ugemcre, mgngaie springs.
Mr S V. Pikv of I.owell. Mass.. ar
rived in the city yesterday to make a
few clays' visit witii menus on nouui
Main street. Mie will leave to-morrow
for Burlington to make an extended
Mrs. M. M. Gordon, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Reed
of Orange street, lett yesterday :or
Iti.tln.l whprp alu will visit relatives be
fore returning to her home in San Diego,
Home-made ice cream. Do you like
Of course vou do. Then, during
the band concert this evening, go over
to the Baptist church, where the ladies
of the Plulathea clasa will be pleased to
serve you on their church lawn.
Rev. and Mrs. Albert Abbott and chil
dren of Williamatown were visitors in
city vesterday on their way to
Sotstown, P. O., wher they will pass
the coming few weeks. Scotstown is in
the vicinity of Lake Megantic.
Tiuailin TVntA lpft vesterdav for Bos
where he will pass the remainuer
fhp wppIc on business. Mr. uenie
plans to go into the Canadian Northwest
nn hnainps vpnturp soon. His familv
will continue to reside in Barre for the
House-wreckera are engaged in dis
mantling ".lack's lunch" room, which
was recently moved to a lot just north
of the Carleton jewelry store. Parts of
the liiiiMimr are to be removed prior to
transferring the little structure to a site
Hooker flats, where it will be used
for poultry purposes. The building is to
make the trip over Granite street and
up the hill on skids.
hrl. Plouff of 188 South Main
ro l,ft this mnrnini- for Burlimrtou.
where be has entered the Fanny Allen
hospital at Winooski park to undergo
an operation for the removal of a growth
bis neck. Mr. rionn expects to or
detained from work for a month and
during his absence his store on Circle
street and in Lower Websterville will be
in charge of members of the family.
Miss Alice Sullivan, who is soon to
leave on an extended visit through the
West during a year's leave of absence
from her duties "at the Boutwell. Milne
Vaniiim nftirp. was the Cliest at
ntion tendered in her honor
at the home of Mrs. Marion McDonald
Kim street laRt night. There were
about twenty friends of Miss Sullivan
present. The evening was passed in a
smial manner. Progressive whist was
played during the evening. Miss Sulli
van will leave this week for a few
weeks' visit at her former home at Hard
wick. Later she will leave with an
uncle for Iowa and California to. pass
the winter.
Anv was a husv dav in traffic
circles on North Main street and toward
evening the oflicera had their hands full
in regulating the goings and comings
of travelers. Strict enforcement of the
rule relative to parking vehicles in a
given direction on each side of the street
is the purpose of the police and in carry
ing out the instruction of the alder
nisnic police committee everything is
Hah in i hi. nflirvr' net. Even the steam
roller was compelled to swing around j
ml fc tl north with tne oiner vr-,
hides. One of the men at the bead of
th utrrct Hpnartment demurred at the
request to conform to the ordinance.
but the oIlH-er insisted that no lavorn
ism should be shown in adjusting traffic
to the new conditions.
(Continued from flrat page.) .
association has lost 27 mcmler8 in a
year's time was partially ameliorated
by the ninounct'iiiciit that a net gaiu
of 2(1 is represented in the addition of
53 names to the veterans' roster. This
new enrollment includes veterans, sons
of veterans and other relatives of vet
erans. To the (10 active members listed
t tlm lust minimi reunion are added
the 2(1 who represent the net gain to
make a total registration for 1014 of
(Wit, the largest enrollment in the hintory
of the association. '
Following out the prediction mate
yesterday, Dr. Foster, whose home is
president and John R. Wilson of Worces-
ter, for years me nun "'r''ji
was re-elected to oflice. Mr. Wilsons
f.ithfninnaa in serving the association
in season and out and his dilegence in
in season and out and his diligence in
a SIlDStallliai llicicnnc in inn
made possible by a motion from the
floor, which was seconded with acclaim.
The remaining officers elected are as
follows: Vice presidents, Barre, L. If.
Thurston; Barre Town, A. S. Tarkhurst;
Berlin, E. N. Horsfordj Cabot, S. B.
Blodgett; Calais, A. M. Tichout; Dux
bury and Moretown, ,1. W. Palmer; East
Montpelier. J. E. Clough; Marshfield,
R. H. Hudson; Montpelier, George W.
Kidder; Plainfield, J. W. Getcbull; Rox
bury, Theodore B. Kendall: Warren, W.
E. Dana; Waitsfield, M. K. Mehuron;
Waterbuiy and Waterbury Center, 0. B.
Evans, W. W. Woodward; Woodbury,
James A. Pickett; Worcester, C. W.
Richards; Stowe, Jennie B. Ayers; Hard
wick, D. H. Wheeler; chaplain, S. B.
Blodgett of Cabot r executive committee,
(3. W. Kidder. Thomas H. Corry and
George Colby of Montpelier. The mat
ter of selecting a place lor tne iia
reunion was referred to the ' executive i
committee. It is considered altogether
probable that the committee Mill honor
a long-estKbliBlied custom py cnoosmj
Dewey park.
Stirring Address Given.
Probably the largest campfire crowc
m the historv ot tie association nsf
pnrl last evening to addresses bv Prin
Edward S. Abbott ot -Montpelier nign
school and G. Herbert Pnpe of Barre.
President Fodter of Waterbury Center
a,.tpii us chairman of the exercises and
nrai'ticallv everv seat in the pavilion
was occupied when he made his opening
remarks. The first informal speaker
una Mrs. A. G. Lapomt of Barre. who
spoke on the work of the Woman Ke
li-r corn. Vlrs. Ijipoint referred feel
ingly to the close relations that have
existed between the n. A. ti. and its
auxiliary organizations ever since the
vL-ar clnwil. She had a tribute for the
women of the Civil war as well as the
ThpmM that were closely allied to
patriotism were developed hi addresses
madq by rnn. Abbott ami air. t ape.
The speeehmaking program was inter-
nr ami with a vocal solo bv Miss Mary
Mack of Montpelier and a reading by
Mrs. Sarah Slavton of aiontpelier. twin
were well received. In his address, Prin.
Ahhntt nniH touching tribute to the
men of the Rebellion on both sides who
have been mustered out. To the pres-
nt generation he commended the ex
mnl in natrtotism set bv the citteen
soldiers of the war between the stated.
There lias been plenty of speeehmak
ing at this year's reunion, but it is
safe to say that no one speaker has
received a better ovation from the vet
erans than Mr. Pape, who was the lat
speaker. His remarks ranged from the
beginning of the war to its close; he
lauded Lincoln in fitting words and ex
hibited a familiarity with the great
president' life and public papers that
other speakers on like occasions might
well seek to acquire. On the Sons of
Veterans as well as others who have
followed the veterans themselves, Mr.
Pape urged the necessity of preserving
the best traditions that were established
on the battlefields of 'l-ti.). While he
spoke, silence hung over the audience,
but the applause which followed his
closing remarks was a spontaneous kind
that left no doubt as to the speaker's
popularity among the comrades.
The afternoon program had been car
ried out under the most favorable cir
cumstances. Many who had been unable
to participate in the forenoon's doings
were there for the first campfire and it
was an attentive audience that listened
to the various contributions. Chaplain
A. N. Tichout of Montpelier opened the
exercises with prayer. Dr. Foster of
YA'atorhnrv Onter. the president, cave
an address of welcome and he was fol
lowed by Department Commander A. F.
Baker ol Montpelier, who spoke of the
unrL- winch t hp Crand Army and its
affiliated organizations are doing in Ver
mont. Mrs. .A it red liiiernscy oi .Mont
nolior tnl.l n( I hp W. R. C. work in the
state and Arthur W. Robinson had some
excellent things to say about the Sons
of Veterans. Mrs. fieorge W. Flagg of
Braintree supplemented the remarks of
Mrs fJncrnsrv on the relief corps, ns
did Mrs. Jason Johnson of South Barre.
The principal speaker was William (.
Wliite of Northlield. a son of a veteran,
who chose "Patriotism" for his topic.
Throughout the course of his address
Mr. White lacked never a moment for
the attention of his auditors. Mrs. W.
C. White of Hardwick was the last
speaker and she was followed by Mrs.
Nora Keith of talais. who read an orig-
nal poem. The women served supper in
the pavilion.
j Fancy Linens !
Why r.ot investigate this unusai ottering:
Anticipate your holiday wants at an actual saving of 25
t per cent.
Fancy Drawn Work with lace effects in Bed Spreads,
Shams, Center Pieces, Bureau Scarfs, Doilies and Tray
t Cloths at 25 per cent off regular prices.
t Come here for Lion Brand Yarns, Warner's Rust Proof
I Corsets, Cadet Hosiery, Royal Undermuslins, Carter's Un-
t derwear, . Belle Waists, Ideal House Dresses and McCall's
t Patterns.
! HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt.
Successor to Veale & Knight
Money Saved Here
There's a best time to buy shoes and
that time is RIGHT NOW. We have
selected from our stock all the "odds
and ends" and put a price on them
that cannot fail to attract attention.
The Time to Buy Shoes is Now
Call early and secure your size. When
you compare the shoe with the price,
you will be apt to take several pairs.
Barrels of bargains in our window.
Men's $3.00 to $4.00 Shoes and Ox
fords in this "barrel of bargains" for
$1.19. Women's $2.50 to $4.00 Shoes
and Oxfords in this"barrel of bargains"
for $1.19. I
Peoples Shoe Store
C S. Andrews, Prop. Barre, Vermont g
We will close out all trimmed hats
at l and $1.50 each. Mrs. S. h. Lft-
violette, 94 North .Main street.
Perrv 01 liver of Park street, who has
been visiting at (ireensooro xsenu, re
turned to the city yesterday.
Aug. 6, at 7t30 p. m
Regular meet
ing n f Winnetta
council, No. 10, I).
of P., Thursday,
Regular meeting of
Court Phil Sher i d a n ,
No. 8, F. of A., in For
esters' hall, East Barre,
to-night at 7:30 o'clock.
Per order chief ranger.
Regular meeting of Wu
chosen tribe, No. 19, on
Thursday evening at 7:30.
Work, chief's degree.
Members please take notice.
Special sale of dresses at Abbott's.
Cut prices on all baseball goods. C. X.
Kenyon & Co.
Come and join the ladies' fancywork
exchange at the Paris Shirtwaist House.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bartlctt, who have,
heen the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Hanton of Merchant street, returned'
yesterday to their home in Holyoke,!
Mass. '1
FOR SALE Stork reduction sale of talking
machine records. Six assortments of 10 dou
ble disc records, each, for fl.HO for an assort
ment. Can be played on any disc machine.
Delivered by pmre post. W. M. Williams.
Williamstown. Vt. 121t
FOR SALE Cottoae house, six rooms and
Miitr.. central location. Address ,-Cottir.''
Times office. 121t3
TO RENT Two furnished rooms to rent
Inquire It Granite straet. 121U
TO RENT Furnished rooms at t and 1
Murray street. 121t3
FOR SALE At once. A Rood work horse,
weicht 1800 pounds, safe and kind, perfectly
sound. Will work tinele or double. Cn be
seen at 101 South Ham street. lZHh-
Exceptionally strong features to-day.
The Third Degree
In five parts. This photoplay taken from the play of the
same name by Charles Klein is one of the greatest master
pieces ever producd . With the famous Lubin All Star Cast
in a forceful drama.
COMING "The Million Dollar Mystery." The weekly
serial picture with the $10,000 prize for the best 100 words
solution of the mystery. Watch for the date.
Montpelier Band Concert Program.
Program for the concert to be giwi
Thursday evening, Aug. , with Wallace
I hi tur, director:
M.r. K -RattUhin Oregon" Fnlton
Overture "Poet and Peaaif .. Puppe j
Duet "Twin Brothers" Meyrelles j
KorwII and Barberi. I
rUr "! Mr Harem" Berlin I
Walt i -Us Sirens" Wahiteiifel
Fantasia "lie ma of Stephen FcMr".
March "The Charlatan" Sou
All Hew Pictures To-day.
The Three Scratch Glue
A mystery drama in two part, featur
ing Francis X. Bushman.
The Counter Melody
A strong Drams.
The Sultan and the
Roller Skates
A acresminf, comedy.
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Admusion Fire Cents
Every One Can Afford
This Splendid Shower-Bath
ff'J& Fresh run-
b si A ifi(r svafl of
any tempera
ture cold,
hot or tepid
flows through
hundreds o f
hollow rubber
ducts, clean-
ling and
the impurities
from every
pore. The
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of all kinds at rc
sonable prices.'
All brass. Nickel
G. W, Averill & Go.
Barre, Vt.
Tel. 500

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