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THJi- BARRE DAIL4V TIMES, BARRE, VT., MONDAY, AUGUST. 31, 1914.
8 orrect Styles in le Craft Garments This TniWd Suit Kas manv smart -style touches, such as ripple back trimmed with buttons, inlaid velvet collar and turned back cuffs, messaline lin ing. Skirt features the novel graduated tunic and is trimmed with buttons to match jacket. Materials are French luster broadcloth, ripple cloth, satin finished solid and men's wear serges. The Latest in New Suits, Coats and Cape Coats The Homer Fitts Co. TALK OF THE TOWN Fall coats are ready for you at the Vaughan Store.- TALK OF THE TOWN See the new wash goods juat received at Vaughan's. 1 OPERA HOUSE MESDAY 21 2 barre NIGHT, SEPT. $ One Million Dollar Musical Comedy $ Tt I "THE LADY OF THE SLIPPER Charles Dillingham's BY VICTOR HERBERT Lawrence McCarty $ ORIGINAL PRODUCTION AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA a Anne Caldwell Lawrence mcany jam u n The Musical Comedy Sensation of the Century One Year at I the Globe Theatre, New York City 8 150 Night at the Colonial Theatre, Boston A nr.- t-i- tl.. 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BECKLEY Over Drown'a Drug Store Telephone 289-W 6 North Main Street t i i i i t Get the Boys Ready for School The bell rings next week, and the boys will want new Suits to start their year's work. We have been through our entire stock of Boys' Clothing and selected out about 100 Suits, good, practical school Suits, and have made a price that will dispose of them this week. All sizes from 7 to 17 years. Also about 23 Youths Suits, sizes 30 to 35, to close at a liberal discount. BRING THE BOY AND WE WILL SAVE SOME DOLLARS. A few Childs Topcoats to close at a discount. The Frank McWhorter Co. D. C. Rizzi, Commfiso Italiano BARRE DAILY TIMES MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 1914. The Weather Fair to-night. Tnes'lay partly clouly; gfiitlc moderate west to south winds. TALK OF THE TOWN Come to VHUKlwn'a this evening. New ho-igknit sweaters at Abbotts. New full suits at Knight's. A son was born Sunday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Kitrgcrald of 74 Maple avenue. (.'obblo Hill grange will , work the third and fourth degrees at the regular meet ing Tuesday evening. Mrs. (ieorge Marsh of Woodstock is passing several days in Barre and at her former home in Pla infield. Mrs. Alexander Kmslie left Saturday night for Hoston, where she plans to make a vi?it of several days. Miss Angela Tierney of South Main street went yesterday to Kssex Junc tion for a visit with relatives. Mrs. McDonald will open her home bakery at 78 Kim street this week. Fresh rolls every day but Thursday and Saturday. Mrs. Noble S. Love and son, Kendall T.ove. of Tremont street have returned home from a stay of four months in the vicinity of Boston. ". The L. B. Dodge creamery wiu db closed evenings at 0 p. m. excepting Mondays and Saturdays, commencing TiiesHav. Sent. 1. C. F. Smith, trustee. At the inorninir services in the Hcd ding Methodist church Sunday morning Miss Jessie Konertson, wno is maninn n visit at her former home in Barre, sang a solo. Timothy O. Holland, who has been undergoing treatment at the city hos pital for several days, was able to re turn to his home on North Main street yesterday. Klva P. Oalderwood of South Main street, who is.tttking a two weeks' vaca tion from hisldiTfie nt the Homer Fitts store, left yesterday for his home in St. Johnsbury. Cedric Blias of 7 Harrington avenue, who has been employed at the D. V. Camp farm in South Barre, was removed to the City hospital yesterday in the Perry Noonan ambulance. William MoCafferty of Jefferson street, who went to Ins home in Dorchester, Mass., last week because of illness, re turned to Barre this morning and re sumed his duties at the Drown phar macy. John E. Tucker and Nettle I). East man, both of Orange, were married Sat urday afternoon at the Methodist par sonage, Rev. E. F. Newell performing the ceremony. They will reside in Orange. Miss Christine Saxouer of Andes. N. V., returned to Barre yesterday after oassimr the summer at her home. Miss Saxouer icstimed her duties for the sea son to-dav in Mrs. W. F. Shepard's mil linery store. I expect a car of fancy Washington Elbeita peaches about Sept. 2. The northern peach crop is very light. West ern box peaches require less sugar and will be the best value this season. Or der of your home dealer. Sidney II Spafford. George Davidson, who was called to Barre by the serious illness and death of his father, John C. Davidson, of Sum mer street, returned yesterday to ew York, whre he is employed at the Bilt more hotel. 1 The auction sale of North Barre real estate to have been held last Saturday was adjourned on account of the rainy afternoon until Saturday, Sept. 5, at 2 o'clock p. m. on the premises. C. F. Smith, auctioneer, John Sector, who has been spending the past few weeks at Hartford, Conn., returned to the city last evening. Mr. Sector, who is captain of football at Spaulding high school for 1915, will is sue a call for candidates to report at the Lincoln campus the latter part of the week for the initial practice of the season. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Milne and son of Snauldinir street, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jones of Tremont street and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Varnum of Jeffersonville returned yesterday from an automobile tour throuuh the Empire state, in the course of which they passed through the Adirondack and later visited Niagara Falls. Funeral services for the nine-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kafclle Mastroanni, whose death early Saturday morning followed a several days' illness of scar letina, were held at the house Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock. Because of the nature of the disease the services in the house were held in private, although a considerable following of family friends eathered in the yard at the parents' home on rortney piace ami em-orvii trie remains to the grave. An Italian band of 10 pieces played during the funeral hour and later accompanied the body to Hope cemetery, where a dirge was ren dered at the graveside. Three other oc cupants of the house are ill with the disease and the strictest quarantine measures are in force. Physicians are to hold a conference to determine wheth er the disease is diphtheria or scarlet fever or both. Tuesday's Musical Program. A victrola concert will precede Tues day's cooking demonstration in Howland hall. The victrola and music are from Bailer's music rooms. The program: Gems' from -Ladv of the Slipper" Victor Light Opera Co. Aida. Celesta Aida Italian Enrico Caruso German Fidelity March I". S. marine band National Emblem March t. S. marine band Souvenir".. ". Maud Towell (Violin). We Parted on the Shore.1 .Harry Uudcr Ladies' Golf Score. Following are the core of the ladies annus! tournament at the Bsrre Golf club: Mi Arerill . . Miss Carletnn .. Mn SeVton ... Mrs. Dodge . . . Miss Gall Gros . . M .. l .. " .. fiT . . M Hlp. 4 11 12 3 8 Net 47 50 M 34 57 Laiiet Weekly Tonnumeut. Gros Hd'-p. Net Mi Carl. t"n W 7', &2' M;s Arrrill 3 Mm. M-non f7 3'i .W, Mr. Matfneson hi sc ."4 The ladies championship will h played Friday. Sept. 4. On Labnr day there will he s r.tiff cm 'mn conitinff of th j best nine hole in tl round, or to be JplnyH on lbnr Ar an! the other on i the fJ!irg Imimsment day. A'so driving and a pnUn-jf rntet. Let as many li,ea a po.:e b frat. Fred Barnett Placed Under $2,000 Bonds for Horse Stealing. Morrisville, Aug. 31. Fred Barnett. who gives his home as Middlesex, has been bound over to the December term of Lamoille county court in the sum of $2,0(10, chared with the theft of a horse. He was arrested at Waterbury Center Friday night by Sheriff George E. Town". On the way to Morrisville from Water bury, Barnett is alleged to have con fessed, saying that he had left the horse and wagon at St. Johns, Que. At the time he had with him another team which he had atolrn at Farnham, Que. The owner of the team was in close pursuit and arrived soon after the ar rest, and has returned to Cmnada with his team. At the time of the hearing Barnett is alleged again to have confessed to State'a Attorney Maurice and the court, and waived examination. He was held under 2,000 bonds for the December term of county court and was commit ted to jail at Hyde Park. He told the ofticers that while be is only 2- years of age be had served one term in the house of correction at Hutlsnd of seven months for stealing a bicycle, and that he was now out of the state prison at Windsor on parole. wln- he had been serving a term of not less than three years nor more than seven years for this same offense. Barnett worked in May for a farmer in the southern part of Morristown and on May 31 Earl Fcs. son of E. G. Fos of this tilaee, drove his father's team to Morri.ville and left it under the sheds in the rear of the Methodist church, i When he cnt for the tm it was miss ing. Traces of the horse were seen in j fh-lcans county, and a description of the driver obtained a few dsys after. Sher- , i(T Town made thorough sesroh in that eonntr nd in Canada withotit success. Thursday Mr. Fosa learned that Barnett bad been in town and at once notified the sheriff. After an alt Hijrht earrh Bsrnett w discovered at Waterbury Center and arreted and brought ba-k to Vorri'ville. Here be was arraigned he fore Justice D. A. La Fountain, rharirrd with horse Mealing. State's Attorney Msurire proe-utinj:. ' He aVd that J Hre I. P. S'.k order information ft!e4 arsinst Kim and that a ?ril term o .wilr roirt be raHed to revive his pin of g"'lty ant Mee. him. This will do.ibtle be' d"ne Thursday. TALK OF THE TOWN Best ltiiono aprona on sale 4ife at Vaughan's. 1., O. Walua flf North Main alreet is spending several days at his former liome in Willinmstown. ' Hubert Lillicut, who litis lieen passing a week in Bane, returned to-day to his homo at Brockton, Mass. Mrs. Louis Bruva of Maple Grove went this morning to Middlehury for a week's visit at her former home. C, Causal of North Main street left last night fc:- Montreal to make a bus iness visit of several days. There will bo a regular meeting of the ladies' auxiliary, Clan Gordon,. Tuesday evening, Sept. 1, at the usual hour. Mit Georgina Wishart of Camp street left this forenoon for Boston, where she will visit for the coming few days. Charles Coljins of Lynn, Mass., a for mer employe at the Miers barber shop, arrived in "the city last night for a stay of several days. Homer C. Ladd of Orange street has returned from St. Alliens, after passing t few weeks in camp with hi family at Melville's landing. Mrs. E. A. Howard and ckJld returned to-dny to Burlington, after passing a week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Landers of South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Willis T. Freeman of Claremont, N. H., motored to town yes terday and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kenyon of Merchant street. Miss Clara Milano, who has been pass ing several days in the city as the guest of Miss Delena Merlo of Granite street, returned thia forenoon to her home in Quincy, Mass. Conductor James J. Kanally has re sumed duty on the Barre branch train after a vacation of a week. Conductor Charles Simmons has returned to the Montpelier freight yard. Sixty tickets were sold at the Central Vermont station here yesterday for the excursion to St. Albans Bay and the boatride to Maquam on Lake Champlain. The excursion attracted a large number of people from towns nearby, the ex cursionists arriving in Barre on the re turn trip around 10 o'clock in the even ing. The semi-finals and finals for the Barre Golf club championship, which were post poned last Saturday because of the heavy rainfall, will be played off next Satur day, Sept. 5. Player in the weekly tournament are requested to play that tournament if possible before Saturday in order to give the contestants for the championship a clear course. A telegram was received in Barre last night telling of the illness of Wendell Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith of Perry street, who with his mother, have been visiting relatives in Newport and vicinity. Apparently the boy is ill of typhoid fever and with his mother he has gone to Montreal to enter a hos pital. Mr. Smith and son, Winifred, and Angus A. Smith lelt last evening lor Montreal. Posters have been distributed through the city announcing the big field day to lie held at the old fairgrounds in Wa terbury on Saturday, Sept. 12. The Woodmen have made elaborate prepara tion for the event and have issued in vitations to most of the Vermont camps to attend. There is a large list of sport ing events slated for the day, including horse races. A baseball game is sched uled between the Waterbury A. C. and the M. W. A. team of Burlington. The Morc.town band has been engaged to fur nish music during the day. At Intercity park Saturday afternoon the Red Sox and All-Italian Braves en gaged in a baseball battle for the cham pionship of North Barre. Before the game was two innings old it developed into a pitchers' battle between Bill Starr and Otto Hess Quattropani. In the sixth chapter the big Teuton went to pieces and allowed the Sox team to score four runs. The final score was 8 to 1 in favor of the Red Sox. Among the fea tures were the fielding of "Salam" Ger betti and "Cat"- McKen'ie, rival third sucker. To-morrow the Red Sox, hav ing satisfactorily disposed of practical ly every claimant for the honors at the north end, will journey to Williamstown to play the High Stars. The manager of the Red Sox team announce that his aggregation i ready to take the field against any amateur team within the city limits. ALLEGED TO HAVE CONFESSED. TALK OF THE TOWN TiTriiimtib f Mind." a three-reel 101 Bison featuring Lois Webber and Philip Smallcy in their own production, also a comedy at the Bijou. Adv. David Mercer, jr., who recently re turned from WoriTStn, Mass., com mented work to-day aa niotorman on the Bnrro & Montpelier Traction Co'a. lines. Oscar Nelson was arrested this morn ing by Ollicor David Henderson and tak Hra to await a hearing on an intoxication charge before Judge H. W. Scott in city conn- mi found asleen on the crossing platform near the M. & W. R. railroad at Blackwell street,. and family and sister of' Clinton, HI., who are visiting his granduncle, 1). U. Kooon, aim laumy, u. (o South Rvcoate to visit George Rohen nt the ancestral home. From there he goes to Auourn, .it-., i visit. Dr. Roben, and back to South Mrr before leaviflr for Clinton. Mr, A riTiai ronw is an extensive farmer in central Illinois, having about 500 acres under cultivation. Miss Nellie Roben them as far asiSouth Rye- lfflte. Mr. Armstrong and family and ... ... T. . , t' 1.... sister visited . w .. item over oiimmj. Tnam m,m)w.rai nf the Granite City Hose club wera busy to-day tinkering up the Jiose cart wmcn uiey win ue m the forthcoming firemen's tournament to lie held in Rutland next Monday, Labor day. For more than a month, now, 17 runners have gathered almost daily at the driving park on Avers street. Cap tain Gilbert Phillips expects his men to he well conditioned by Labor day as the trill see some of the most gruelling practice of the summer. Last irusv tu Cmnlto f'itv club wrested the state championship away from a number of teams, but the entries trim year are nnp. tin m.mna than ever before and if the trophy is to be retained, the local team feels that it must snow 10 exim v,jmnn, a ) vo n t o (to nhief C. B. Glad ding of the fire department is manager of the team. 4 4 m - 'at i Readjustment stock Reducing Sale Your Choice from Our Entire Stock at 20 PJr Cent. xff Regular Prices All This Week X : : t Look to your Fall and Winter Underwear wants, t t Good assortments to select from here at big reduc- $ tions this week. $ Ginghams and Percales for school wear. Buy X here this week and save 20 per cent on your pur- chases. Anticipate your wants. Bring your lists to us $ I this week. LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL ; FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. t Successor to Veale & Knight J PLAIN FIELD. K. V. Duke was called to Greenfield, V. H.. Tnesdnv bv the serious illness of his daughter, Mrs. Wilfred Russell. H-nry Camp of Randolph was in town Tuesday on business. George Parks and daughter. Miss Jo anna Parks, of Barre, visited relatives and friends Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Kllen Pauly and Mrs. Elsie Wood cock spent Monday of last week in Marshfield with their sister, Mrs. Frank Bohonon. Franh Bartlett and daughter of Bos ton visited Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bartlett part of last week. Mrs. Ben Warren and daughters re cently visited relatives in St.. Albans. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Batchelder of Barre visited Mrs. Emma Batchelder last week. , Lee Lane, who has been working for the? Eastern Estate Tea Co. for the past three years, is now working for the Di rect Importing Co. Archie Ennis of Marshfield was in town Monday on business. Miss" Hoyt of Montpelier recently vis ited Miss Clara Patterson. The drama. "Rebecca's Triumph," pre sented at the opera house Friday evening by 1ft of the local ladies, was a suc cess in every way. This drama was giv en in town 31 years ago. Two of the Indies who took part then, Mrs. L. F. Fortney and Mrs. E. J. Bartlett, were in the cast-Friday night. The cast are to be congratulated upon the interpre tation of tneir parts in a way that held their audience in perfect sympathy with them. About f0 was netted from the play, which will be used for necessary supplies for the new fire engine. The ladies wish to thank those who kindly assisted them in arranging and giving the play. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED TO RENT Two furnwhfd roomi. sttting--room and bedroom: all modern convenience. Inquire iO F.anUrrn avenue; UJ. 342-18. HSW WANTED Live and dressed poultry want ed, and strictly fnwh etim : heat rash prices paid. P. O. box 210. E. Side. Bridgeport. Conn. 36 FOR SALE Pure breed Hnlatetn bull ealf ; wrll bred and marked ; S montha old. Csll or write A. E. Lamberton, Marahneld. V. 148t6 FOR SALE Second-hand uprUtht piano: alto mm eerond-hand furniture, 1 parlor rut. a kitchen stove and a bed. At 142 Elm street, upstairs; telephone Ml-2. 141tf WANTED Position as housekener. or work in small houaehold. by middle-azed lady. Call or write S80 No. Main street. 143M Amrr VbHiu. In m'll.MtahlUhMl rtn. rv. . ' . . . ... He business in Barre: must be man of practi cal experience ana auie w m.v . bed ; also expert tfcat he will put some capi tal into the business. Address "C.," ear Barre Tlmea. -' BUICK MODEL 19 taken in exchange for Overland. Will close out cheap. H. F. CUTLER, Overland Ajrent i III NORTH MAIN STREET. BA ii i RRE jj. THE DAILY TIMES FREE HOME ECONOMICS SCHOOL HOWLAKD HALL Doors Open 1:30 P. M. Lecture-Demonstration 2:30 P. M. MISS EMMA HANKO DOMESTIC SCIENCE LECTURE-DEMONSTRATOR PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY AFTERXOOX SUBJECT: "CHILD FEEDING" , The following menu will be prepared: Roast Chicken. Crullers. Gold Cake. Creamed Vegetables. Lemon Pie. Baked Ice Cream. KttUKU iHSttsrt Bigger Bargains Never Offered Saturday and Monday we put our entire stock of Men's Oxfords, Tan and Black of all leathers, into our BIGGEST CLEARANCE SALE at One-Half Price Women's Tan Pumps at the same rate. Remember this cut in price is for only Saturday and Monday. Tuesday, every Shoe goes back on our shelves at regular prices. Peoples Shoe Store 1 C. 8. ANDREWS, PROPRIETOR BARRE, VERMONT PAVILION THEATRE You Can Bank on This Being Good Daniel Frohman Presents "Caprice" Qv0v wiVi MARY PICKFORD. suDoorted bv Ernest Ul luui C""" ...v.. . . . - tvov anA Owpn Moore, in motion pictures. A delightful comedy- drama of society, love, and the great outdoors. A sweet play, proving love levels all. An echo oi tne nuis mingiea wun ma voice of the city. "Twixt Love and Duty" It's one of those popular Keystone Comedies MRS. J. NELSON GLIDDEN, Pianist ADMISSION. iec SMALL CHILDREN. 5c COMING-"THE MILLION-DOLLAR MYSTERY" DREAMLAND THEATRE ALL HEW PICTURES TO-DAY Our Mutual Girl No. 12 Continued frr-ni hrrc -it- H off fw wwk j:o. ' Th ladir ahould not mi thi. AH th lst-t tyW re hown in thi atrial, whirh mill appear every Mn1y. "TI13 Winner" An f-Tit.rif eome-iy in two part. OTHER FEATURES Coming The A i rent am ef Kathlya" KISS IS0BEL CALL, Puniit t ' Admission Fire Cents Summer Goods At Reduced Prices LAWN MOWERS $12.00 Townsend's Victory Mower $10.00 Townsend's Victory Mower $6.50 Philadelphia All Day Mower $4.00 Simmons Run Easy Mower CROQUET SETS S2.75 Sets now at $2.25 Sts now at $1.85 Sets now at FRUIT JARS Ball's Sure Seal (large mouth Jars), qt. size, per dnz JELLY TUMBLERS 2 for 5c, or, per dozen lso Special Prices on Refrigerators and Fish Rods Above prices good until September 1 only. C W. AVERILL & COMPANY $9.50 i.lO 4.25 2.93 $1.98 1.(15 1.50 65c TELtfHOM BORE. VtMOXT i 1