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THE JiAHHK DAILV .TIMES. BARRE, VT. - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, m. If TTT)oorly styled clothes, ill-chosen, are the cause of much unhappi ness. Wouldn't you enjoy the peace of mind which would result from knowing for certain that your coat, suit or cape-coat was true to the moment in cut, curve and fabric? Suits $18.00 to $35.00 Coats $11.50 to $30.00 No. 1569. The novel graduated tunic, attractively trimmed with buttons and the ripple back coat places this suit in the ultra-smart class. Coats, Suits and Cape-Coats embody all the clever little touches and style tendencies ordinarily associated with Paris creations. - . They are man-tailored by experts, an ad vantage not enjoyed by any foreign product. Won't you visit our Garment Department and see these crisp, new ideas? The Homer Fitts Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914 GODDARD REGISTRATION BOOMS. Fourteen New Students Were Enrolled This Week. Thn onenintr of the third week of school at Goddard seminary found 14 new students enrolled, bringing the to tal registration up to about 225, includ ing those attending regular day courses and those in the evening school. Of the newcomers nine are in the evening schooj and the other live in the day classes. There still is a chance for those desirous of entering the evening school. The to tal enrollment is near the record for the school, if not the highest ever known, and all the rooming accommodations are taken. In addition, several students are rooming downtown. Beginning this evening, Miss Bulkeley, head of the domestic science department, will give a course in home nursing, classes being held each Wednesday even ing from 7 to 8. Those coming for the rooking class may take the new course without extra charge. 1 TALK OF THE TOWN Leland Roberts, who lias been visit ing at the home of Mrs. O. L. Bligh of South Main street, returned last night to Morristown, N. J., where he is em ployed. Beports from Dorchester, Mass., indi cate that William McC'afferty, employed until recently as a clerk in Brown's pharmacy, is slowly recovering from an attack of typhoid fever. The crisis in Mr. McCafferty's ease appears to have been reached last Sunday and it is now expected that his recovery will be com plete. Salem Corey and son, Philip Corey, the former's sister, Miss Annie Corev, and Amos Corey of Fort Kent, Me., ar rived in the city last evening to make visit of several davs at the home of Alexander and Tony Corey of Prospect street. The party is making an extend ed tour through New England and will visit relatives in Jorth Adams, Mass., before returning home. TALK OF THE TOWN Neckwear that is different at Abbott's, Mrs. Mary K. McCarthy of 11 Summer street left this forenoon for Brattleboro, where she will make a. week's visit with relatives. All lady Maccabees are invited to at tend the public installation of Capital hive, No. 8, on Sept. 24, at Grand Army hall, Montpelier. Miss Mary McCarthy of Summer street, who is employed as a clerk in the Smith A, turnings store on North Mam street, is recovering from a painful in iurv which she sustained several days ago while descending the stejis leading to her home. Miss McCarthy had in her arms a small baby boy and when she lost her balance she sustained a frac ture of the ankle bone in saving the in fant from injury. A physician was called to reduce the fracture and now that the break is mending rapidly she expects to resume her duties within a week. i i i 1 I 1 I I I I I ii I 1 Cream of Tartar Many New England people use cream of tartar for quick baking. They value its superior qualities and will not knowingly accept substitutes made of alum or lime phosphates, such as are sometimes offered. , But even the most careful cannot always know. The high price of cream of tartar has led to efforts to substitute alum and phosphate of lime com pounds which are vastly inferior and not as healthful to use. The easiest way in which the housekeeper can be sure of quality and economy is by using Royal Baking Powder, which is made from pure cream of tartar. Royal Baking Powder gives perfect results, is less trouble to use, and has not been advanced in price. Anyone who has once become accustomed to using Royal Baking Powder never reverts to home made mixtures or any other product for raising biscuit, griddle -cakes, doughnuts, or cake. 1 1 1 ITU I I E 10 1 1 1 I I I 33 TALK OF TUB TOWN I FALL SHIRTS I We specialize Cluett, Hathaway and i X Princely Shirts, for the reason that our 30 years of experience has convinced us that they are a little better than the other makes. . i 4 We have the new fall patterns in all styles. $ Trices, 50c to 2.00. . j We are also showing the Olus Shirts in a variety of patterns. OUR LINE WILL INTEREST YOU J The Frank McWhorter Co. f D. C Rizzi, Commesso Italiano : t f MORETOWN. Hiss Ruth Bruce, who teaches in War ren, was at home over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Atkins and Mrs. M. L. Mobbs were in Montpelier Satur day. Mis Fthel Huntoon has finished her work at Montpelier and for the prewnt i stopping with her mother at L. Wil cox'. Ansil Newton of Montpelier was at P. K. Griffith's Sunday. W. A. Kingsbury was taken to Mary Fletcher hospital Tuesday evening, wrier.' an operation for appendicitis was per formed Wednesday. Mr. Kingsbury ! doing nicely and his many friends hope for a speedy recovery. B. S. Ward returned Wednesday even ing from a business trip to New York. MiM Daisy Haselton of Waterbury was a reeent guest of Miss Kthel Child. Miss Josephine Oorbin, a returned mis sionary of Vean Grove, X. gave an address at M. E. church on Wednesday evening. Mrs. I, K. Flint was railed to Jones ville Fridar hr the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. L. E. Hill. News was received Friday of th mar riage of Burt C. Ward of ' Brooklyn. V. 1 Y- to Mis KliMbeth Birks. Mr. War I resided in town for several years and has many friends, who eitend eonjrratii 1 lions. Mi Ad?!e rs was at br home ia Fvde Tark T S"dy. I Public dance, K. of C. hall, Wednesday evening. Raymond Spooner of North Main street commenced work this week as I clerk at the Eagle cafe. Thad J.- Whitney returned this fore noon to Xorthfield Falls, after a visit with friends on Jefferson street. Allan Robertson of Quincy, Mass., ar rived in the ntv last mirht to make an extended visit among relatives Miss Francis Jordan returned last night to her home at Lisbon, N. H after passing a week among relatives in Barre Earl Smith of Highland avenue is em ployed in the plumbing department at the hardware store of U. . Averill a: Co. A basket social will be held Saturday at 7:30 at the Swedish mission on Brook street. Interesting program. All wel come. Alexander lorti of tfatavia, N. v., a former resident of the city, arrived last night for a stav of several days with relatives. W. E. Martin, who has been the guest of friends in Barre and vicinity for the past week, returned to-day to his home at Brighton, Mass. The 13th serial of "Lucille Love," and also a Rex drama. "The Pursuit of Hate," featuring Philip Smaller and Lois Webber. Show starts at 6:45 p. m. Adv. Auction sale of farm, stock, tools and crops in Cabot at the George P. Jack son farm to-morrow. A lot of good stock. Good farm. D. A. Perry auc tioneer. Russell Ifoyt and Arthur Larochelle, who nave been passing the summer in Barre and vicinity, returned to-dav to Philadelphia to resume their studies in the Jefferson College of Medicine Everett Swasey of Waterbury, a for mer resident of Barre, arrived in the eitv vesterday for a few days' visit be fore returning to Burlington to resume his studies at the University of Vermont. The choristers of the Church of the Good Shepherd will be given the annual corn roast at Mrs. A. . Aliens, hunny side farm, Thursday evening, Sept. 24, at 6:30 o clock. Members of the parish are also cordially invited. Fred Laird of Montpelier and Charles Connor of St. Johnsbury were among the students to register at Goddard s-m inary this week. The former attended Exeter academy last season and the lat ter was formerly a student at St. Johns bury academy. Both 'vitl become candi dates for the football team this week. Alexander M. Troup, the photographer, returned last night from a two weeks' trip through southern Vermont in the interests of the New England Tel. & Tel. Co. During his absence, Mr. Troup, who was accompanied by one of the com pany officials, photogrsphed important projects under way in Brattleboro, Rut land, Putney and Woodstock. John PedrnM and Misr Norma Bar telll were united in marriage at St. Mon ica's church last night. The marriage was performed at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. A. Hugh McKenna officiating at the cere mony. The groom was attended by Car ter Downing, and Miss Desmond attend ed the bride. The couple, who are prom inently known ir. Barre, will reside In the city. Mr. Pedroia is well known j through his connections as leader of Pedroza's orchestra. Among those who registered at the Buzzell hotel yesterday were: Charles Brown. Plattsburg. X." V.; Thomas B. Franklin. Baltimore. Md.; I. F. Hatch. Burlington; Fred Muhlfelder, Albany, X. V.; Mr. and Mrs. C Stevens, Svracuse. X. Y.; A. G. VedJer, Schenectady, X. V.: F. M. Fellows. Boston: D. C. Mc- ntosh, Springfield, Mass.; G. H. Colbv, Boston; August Jleyer, Miles City, Mont.; H. N. Budianan and wife. Or leans; M. S. Putnam, Burlington; E. II. Mardi, Burlington. From his parents in Russian Poland. Joseph Knvalskr, the tailor, has received a letter which throws a number of inter esting sidelights on the suffering brought about by the Europran.rataclvsm. The writer of the letter is" Mr. Kovalsky aged father and it is postmarked Suval ki. Although Suvalki. a citv of 75.000 people, is normally under Russian do main, it was mailed bv German nostajre and the first impression that the kaiser's forces have invested the city is sus tained when the writ? goes on to de scribe its rapture by German troops early in September. The letter speaks of continued suffering on the part of the inhabitants, acarrity of food, and the exorbitant prices asked for the necessi ties of life. When the order rame to evacuate the rity, many wl were too poor to tarl the tmr.Vw of travel, were left behind to the ttvtHc. of the Ger mans. Suvalki is only If hours from Berlin and as the rrow'fliea. a short dis tance from KonigsSerg on the Baltic sea. j The Rurre tailor tws a brother serving j with the Russian army, although he has not beard from him sine hostilities be- The Weather Cloudy and cooler to-night and Thurs day; moderate west winds. TALK OF THE TOWN Don't forcet to see the eorsets, all styles, at the l'urm Shirtwaist House. There will be a meeting of St. Mon ica's senior choir Friday evening at 1 o'clock sharp. A. 0. Cook returned to-day to Man chestcr. N. H.. after passing a week with friends in Barre. Robert Hamilton returned to-day from Bradford, whero he has been passing a lew duvs with relatives. Peter B. Ilealey of Colebrook, N. IT., arrived in the city yesterday to maKe a week's visit with friends. Edward dishing returned to-day to his home at Middlebury, after passing a few days in the city with friends. Miss Bessie James, who has been the guest of friends in the city for the past few days, returned yesterday to her home at Bath, X. H. Sabin Miles, who has been spending a few days with his brother, A. G. Miles, and his mother, Mrs. T. E. Miles, left last night for Boston, where he will re main until Dec. 1, when he plans to go to the island of Jamaica for the winter. A meeting of the Barre Chess & Check er club, or all who intend to become members, will be held in the Blanchard block on Friday at 7:30 p. m. promptly, for the purpose of electing office-bearers for the ensuing year, and to consider anv other business. A full attendance of all members and those interested is request ed. Although the present drouth is having its effect on vegetation, little apprehen sion is felt in the water department over the possibility of a water scarcity such as was experienced in 1913. The supplies at Orange and at the Bolster and Martin brook basins is still large, although the situation will assume I graver aspect should the dry spell re mam unbroken by rains until snow flies. . A First Grade Dress I for Children in All Grades : "Bestmaid" Dresses are of first quality gingham a material that you would pay 12V2c or 15 c a yard for. Carefully stitched and seamed; trimmed with plain t colors to match materials; a dozen styles in a dozen difterent patterns; in sizes from 6 to 14 years. 1 The assortment is nearly complete; however, we feel that you would do best in shopping early. Your J choice of any dress for 98c. J LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. 4 Successor to Veale & Knight JOHNSON HALGERSOWT. MUZZY GONYO. Marriage at St. Augustine's Church ii Montpelier. At St. Augustine's church in Mont pelier this morning at 6 o'clock occurred the wedding of Cora Acnes . Gonyo. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gonvo ot Herlin, and John Harold Muzzy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muzzv of Mont pelier. The officiating clergyman was Rev. Fr. Cahill. The bride was attended by her sister, Mary Gonvo, and the groom by Edward Carroll of Barre. Mr. and Mrs.. Muzzv will take a trip to the northern part of New York state, after which they will reside in Mont pelier, where the groom has been em ployed in the C. H. Cross & Son bakery for the past six years. The bride has been employed at the Jewett inn during the past year. MIDDLESEX. Owing to the sudden and serious ill ness of Evangelist Lewis E. Smith, the special meetings at Middlesex will be discontinued. The service next Sunday will be held as usual at 10:45 and at 7 o clock, conducted by the pastor, H. L. !?weet. Marriage in Montpelier, with Barre Clergyman Officiating. At the home of Alexander Thuren, 2 Summit street, in Montpelier last even ing, Miss Anna Halgerson was united in marriage to Axel Johnson. The cere mony was performed at 8 o'clock by Rev. John Bjork, pastor of the Swedish Baptist church in this city. A large umber of relatives and near friends of the bridp and groom were present. The bride was attended by Miss Emma Swen- son ana both were gowned in delicate hades. Oscar Olson, an intimate friend of Mr. Johnson, acted as groomsman. An informal reception followed the wed ding. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will reside in Montpelier, where the former is em ployed as a stonecutter. WASHINGTON. Mrs. F. A.' Warner has returned from Boston with a full line of fall and win ter millinery. Adv. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED WANTED- A rirl for acneral housework. Apply at 156 Washington street. 162tf FOR SALE Nie light, euy-runnina- Con cord buggy. Suit out of the peinUhopi alao lumber wagon with pole and ahafta, recently painted, end haa new body. J. A. Cumminic. R. D. No. 2, Barre, Vt ; tel. 489-M. 162t8 Washington Fair September 28, 29, 30 Bigger and Better Than Ever Plan to Take It In : : : t t The shoe question can be easily settled so far as style and comfort are concerned, by buying the "Doris" Shoes. Not only are they satisfactory in these respects, but the price is reasonable. You might pay more, but it is doubtful if you could be better satisfied. We have a big stock in all leathers, in high and low heels. Trice always the same, $2.50. Union made. People's Shoe Qf rtrn c-8-An,r,w-rr" OIU1 Ca Barre, Verai.nl DREAMLAND THEATRE ALL NEW PICTURES TO-DAY The Adventures of Shorty OPERA HOUSE Evening, 8:15 Matinee. 2:30 Matinee and Night, Saturday, September 26th Direct from an engagement of 30 weeks at the Plymouth Theatre, Boston. Selwyn and company will present an excel lent company in a magnificent production of the smashing melodramatic success UNDER COVER A MELODRAMA OF NEW YORK LIFE BY ROI COOPER MEGRUE Love, Mystery, Thrills and Laughter Combined to Make an Absorbing Play Seat en Sale T P. M. Wedneeday, Sept. II, at Drawn'a, Barn, and Buawell'a, Montpelier PRICES -NIGHT, SOc, 75c, fl.00. 11.50; MATINEE, 35c, 50c. 75c, $1.00 Children in Arm. PraiUrely Net Admitted . PAVILION THEATRE SPECIAL! SPECIAL! VAUDEVILLE STARTS TODAY! Barney Stone and Desmond Sisters in a refined singing comedy and the latest 20th century dances; the trio that knows how to come across with the get-you steps PICTURES TO-DAY REGENERATION Presenting Guy Crumbs and Anna Nilsson in a two-part sociological drama TOO MUCH TURKEY A ripping, screaming comedy ALSO A "BRONCHO BILLY" FEATURE SIRS. J. NELSON GLIDDEN, Pianist ADMISSION, 10c SMALL CHILDREN, 5c Coming Warde & Webster in a High-Class Singing Act Also, The Perils of Pauline" A two-part Broncho comedy; (Team it's The War Bonnet A thrilling Indian drama Admusicfa Fire Cents Perfection Oil Heaters! An Oil Heater that is safe and odorless is the only kind to buy. A very useful article chilly nights and mornings. Trices $30, $4.00, $1.30, $3.00 C W. AVERILL & COMPANY TELEPHONE SAME. VERMONT