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New Wide Gathered and Circular Skirls
Redingotes in Coats and Dresses
Tie-On Blouses
Volants and Ruffled Skirts
These and many other lovely, up-to-date
style are hown in the
for Winter
With each copy you get any
Standard Pattern FREE
Perry & Camp
Regular meeting of Bright Star lodge.
No. 18, Wednesday evening, Oct. 21, ac
7:30 o'clock.
To Rent Oct. 1, tenement on Camp
street. Grown people preferred. W. 1".
Richardscn estate.
Miss Janet Henrv is prepared to do
dressmaking at home, 24 Merchant
street. 'Phone No. 155-W.
Hortense Knight, instructress on vio
lin. Beginners a specialty. 123 Hill
street, City. Thone 402-12. .
The time for the opening of the dis
trict meeting of the O. E. S. at Mont
pelier is 3:30, instead of 1:30, as print
ed in yesterday's Times.
There will be all sorts of Hallowe'en
stunts at the Hallowe'en party at the
Church of the Good Shepherd on the
evening of Oct. 21), at 7 o'clock. Admib
iion, ftc.
The first meeting of the mission study
class of the Church of the Good Shep
herd will be held Thursday afternoon
at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. 'Harry Dale,
"ii (reen street, near Circle street. It
is hoped that a large number of ladies
will be present and bring a friend.
Please note change in time.
Auction sale of household goods
Morris Desfosses', upper Graniteville,
Thursday at 4 p.
tioneer. See ad.
m. O. II. Hale, auo-
Munsiiigwcar at Abbott's.
See Ahhott'a window of Muusinfjucttr,
Nadlier's for furniture, floor covering,
Kilty-six cubic feet of chairwood for a
load, f2.7. Arthur S. Murtin. 'Phone
II. G. Ktbol of St. Alhnns returned
home hint night after it few day' visit
in this city on business.
Mrs. George C. Mnckle of Maple ave
nue returned yesterday from a two
weeks' visit with relatives and friend
in Albany, N. V.
Mr. It. II. (ioHM'tt and Kunice Ly
man, who were visitors in the city for
a few days on business, returned to
U'atcrburv Inst, night.
Thomas Donley of Graniteville was a
visitor in the city this forenoon while
on his way to Concord, X. H where he
will make a business visit of several
The name of Mrs. W. A. I.elHuirveau
of 112 Kast street has been added to
the list of places where articles mav be
left for supply day of the hospital, on
tct. 'Si.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Campbell
have returned to Old Orchard. Me.,' alter
passing a week ut the home of Mj'. ami
Mrs. A'. K. Campbell of North Main
Friends of Claude. Hastings in this
city will be interested to learn of his
entrance to Washington A .lefferson col
lege. Mr. Hastings was a student at
Goddard seminary last year.
Mary L. (Jove of Wichilo, Kansas, who
has been a visitor at the home of Frank
A. Gove on Kastern avenue, left to-day
for Burlington. After a few days visit
there she will return to her western
Construction Engineer James Driver,
find his three assistants, John Warren,
John Carrigan, and Walter Webb, who
have been at work on the city hospital,
left yesterday for Jeffersonville, where
they are to start work on a building.
At a business meeting of the Baruca
class at the Congregational church the
following officers for the next six
months were elected: President. W. A.
Boutwell; vice president, Arthur Knight ;
treasurer. William Mcleod; secretary,
E. A. Witharn; assistant secretary,
Elon llairett; press representative, A.
W. Taff: teacher. Dr. O. G. Stickney;
pianist, W. H. Messer. The class is in
excellent condition and any young man
without a church home is cordially in
vited to become a member.
The following union justice ticket to
be voted on at the coming November
election was filed with the city clerk
vesterdav afternoon: Douglas M. liar
clay, W.' E. Beck, A. E. Campbell, Enrle
R. Davis, W. H. Eager, Alexander (Jor-
don, James F. Higgins. B. W. Hooker.
Frank G. Howland. William McDonald
of Addison place, James Mackay, Alex
ander Milne of Nichols Btreet, Augustus
M. Rossi, W. D. Smith, and (Jeorge C.
Stewart. Signatures to the nomination
paper were attached as follows: George
X. Tilden. G. Herbert Rape. J. B. Tier
nev. H. I.. Campbell, C. W. Melcher,
H.'A. Thelps, ,1. G. More, F. C. Eaton.
J. W. Barnett, J. B. Reardon, E. J.
Owens, J. H. Jones, K. W. Hooker. Frank
McWhorter, A. C. Moore, G. L. Gregoire,
G. W. Gorman.
New couch covers at Ahlsjtt'a.
Constable George L. Morria of Averill
street returned tint morning from a clay
of several day ia Boston.
P. (i. I. unison of Cam bridge, Mass., ar
ried in the city this morning lor a stay
of several days in the Hurrn granite licit.
Come and hear how the ladies' ijunr
tet of the Ithaca Conservatory of Music
in ii entertain, Watch for the date mid
Mrs. I'rcd Mi lis n of Kim street has
returned to H.irre, after Niiendinu sev
eral days with relatives in Boston and
Jesse Heed of Somerville, Mass., a for
mer employe of the Bane Electric. Co.,
arrived in the city yesterday for a visit
of several days.
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Marin and Miss
Eva Sevegny of North Seminary street
have returned home from a visit with
friends in Burlington and Shelburne.
Teter Hainbridge, who has been em
ployed at the Watkins billiard academy
in the Morse block for the past year, he-
gun work this morning' in the Marrion
Charles Cady returned yesterday to
his home in Wood burly, after spending
several days at the home of Mr. ami
Mrs. H. P. Wheeler of the Merchant
street extension. ,
Miss Katherine R. Mathieson and Miss
Ruth 1'arker of the Aldrich public
library left this morning for Proctor,
where they are attending a convention
of state librarians.
Miss Emma Sevegnv of North Main
street, who is taking a Id-days' vacation
from her duties in New lurk Bargain
House, left last night for Providence,
H. 1., where she will visit relatives for a
Mrs. William Corti. who accompanied
her husband to New York while the lat
ter was en route to his former home in
Italy, returned to Bane last evening.
Mr. Corti sailed from New York Satur
day afternoon.
The annual meeting of the Barre Golf
club, which was to have been held in
the clubhouse to-morrow evening, has
been postponed. It is proposed to have
the meeting on the evening of Wednes
day, Nov. 4, although definite informa
tion will be supplied the members on
postcard notices.
Mr. and Mrs. George Birnie and Elia
B. Grene, who have been passing a few
weeks at the home of George L. Morris
on Averill street, left this morning for
Woodsville, N. H., to make a short visit
before going to St. Johnsbury for a
more extended stay.
Like a Mongul Engine
Like a powerful locomotive booming up the track with every ounce of steam directed on the piston
head, using every ounce of energyi to reach the topmost grade, we are now putting every ounce of our accu
mulated strength and energy into our season's business.
Unlike the huge mogul which has the whole load to pull, we are nearing the summit and now have
the past two' months of accumulated products to help us make the grade. Many have seen the handsome
coat and suit models which we have had this season. Those who have seen the line and made their selections
are now helping us to pull the load. We have now a full line of the season's best coat and suit models, and
for the next four weeks nearly every express will bring some new models into the department. Let us show
you the line, and if you do not find what you want, we will get it for you.
G. I. ' Berkley returned this morning
from Bethel, where he attended yester
day the 41st annual reunion of the eight
regiment Association. The reunion was
made the occasion for the dedication of
a marker on the spot where t.eneral
Stephen Thomas, a Civil war veteran,
was horn. At the dedicatory exercises
Joseph A. DcBocr of Montpelier was the
principal speaker. Fittingly enough, the
reunion and the unveiling of the marker
took place on the anniversary of the
battle of Cedar Creek, in which General
Thomas and the old eighth Vermont
regiment took such a prominent part.
A Inrge number of veterans were pres
ent to participate in the observance.
The Best Is the Cheapest in the End
When you buy Munsing Underwear you arc
not taking a whack at what we are telling you.
You are taking the experience of thousands of the
best people in this country.
Over 8,000,000 Munsing Garments were used
last year. (Someone can tell you what they are
like. Someone has tried and found them better
than any other make.
Munsing Wear has a patent, perfectly flat
seam. It is fitted different. The fullness in a
Munsing is where ;t belongs. They cost no morn
than common kinds and are times better.
Munsing Wear this week in our window. This
showing will interest you. Its the kind of I'n-'
derwear that you want, for it will please you.
You will have more underwear comfort than you
have ever known. You will be glad that we told
you so.
Munsing Wear for children in wool vests and
pants at 50: each.
Munsing l.'nion Suits in children's, hoys' and
misses' sizes at 50c and $1.00. One dollar buys
the Wool Suit.
Ladies' Vests and Pants 50e and $1.0O- One
dollar buys the Wool.
Ladies Union Suits for $1.00. $2 00 and
$3 0O each. The two-dollar and three-dollar
suits are Wool.
You can see by these prices that you could not
buy what you have been using for any less.
We pay Parcel Post on this Underwear.
This is the time when the housewife is cleaning and getting ready for winter, and some room will need a new lace
or muslin curtain. We are now cleaning up our department and find many odd pairs of good curtain values, which we are
putting prices on to clean them up at once. At one-half price is a lot of odd curtains where there is only one pair left.
There are other lots of from two to three pairs that we are to close at much under the regular prices.
The Daylight Store
New Millinery Values
We have just received by expresa
a large shipment of new Hati and
Hat Shapes. Our season's large mil
linery business has proven to ua that
we have had the right merchandise
and at the price we are putting out
the extra Hat values makes the de
partment as popular aa any depart
ment in the store.
As the season advances the demand
is getting stronger for the larger Hat
Shape. These you will And among
our new shapes, which we have had
coming in in the last two weeks.
As the Hat Shapes begin to get a
little larger the tendency seems to
be more for the Colored Shapes, such
aa Greens, Browns and Blues. These
seem to be very strong in matching
up suits and coats.
This has been an unusually large
millinery season, owing to everything
being Black. It has been hard to
work over the old shape and then at
the very low pricei that you have to
pay for a good Hat there is nothing
gained in using the old hat.
The Coat Season
We are now in the midst of our
season's busiest Coat business. While
the season haa been warm, people
realize that when the cold weather
cornea they will need the warm gar
ments, and then it is sometimes hard
to get just what they want.
Our stock of the season's best
Coat models is complete in every de
tail, and while we now have the larg
est assortment of Coats and Suits
that we will have at any timo in the
season, we are constantly having new
models coming into the department.
If you cannot find just what you
want and have in mind the cloth and
style you would like, we will be more
than pleased to get it for you.
We have an unusually large display
of the Wooltex models. These are a
Coat that are known everywhere and
are recognized as authority on styles
and then, every garment is guaran
teed for two seasons, both as to the
linings and materials, See this un
usually large line of the season's best I
Sneeial charmeuae petticoats at
bott's, only $2.M.
The end men of the Red Men's min
strels will meet to-night at 6:4s and re
hearsal will be at 7:30.
Have the New Hoosier Cabinet delivered to
your home now for only $1. No matter what
opinion you may have had of Kitchen Cabinets,
you will say this New Hoosier is the most con
venient labor-saving machine you ever saw.
asm i a 1 it . " J C
fectly balanced meals of great variety one of
the many exclusive features.
For Only SI You Can Still Have
One Delivered Tomorrow
Read carefully these liberal terms of the
Hoosier plan now being organized in furniture
stores all over America:
' Yf??y cJie Bny of the new Hoodiers
T. hie Beauty," or "Oak Interior" it
slightly less price.
2. $1 puts your Hoosier in your home tt once.
51 weekly quickly pays for it
3. The low cash price fixed by the factory
prevails strictly no extra fees.
4- This sale is under the direct supervision of
the Hoosier Company.
5. The sale is strictly limited to our small
allotment of new Hoosiers.
6. Your money back if you are not delighted
with your Hoosier.
Read that guarantee again. It protects you
absolutely. Seize now this great opportunity to
cut the cords that bind you to your kitchen.
See list of W. F. Richardson real
estate, page 7.
Fred Millan of the Vermont Tire k
Rubber Co. has gone to New York for a
few uep's business visit.
Regular meeting of L. A. to C. 17.
Tuesday evening, Oct. 20, at 7:30. All
committees will meet directly after this
Dr. F M. Lynde of Wellington street
returned yesterday from a few days'
visit in Boston, where he attended the
dentists' convention.
j From Willis mstown to Berlin on the
i hilly ridge to the west of the city, farm
ers are on the lookout for a' mother
bear and a lone cub, who have been seen
stalking about since last Thursday.
People who have seen Mrs. Bruin and
her daughter-peak of the former in
broken syllables for she is described asj
a vicious creature and of those who have1
i : - c . .t
g,m. ,.,eU oer ,ncre are lew w no do not (,,.,, ,vill ,.hj(1 ,(, weppinp bitterlv.
openly avow their fright. Two or three f)f , we ,.
Pity the Women of Europe.
In the October American Magazine
Mollie Best, an American contributor
now in Kurope, writes the following let
ter showing how the women of Kurope
are the ones who are suffering most:
"You imagine a war as a state of
great excitement: I believe it was morn
or less picturesque in London. But here
in Belfast war means absolute dwdness.
The streets are thronged with people be
cause all industry is paralyzed for lack
of men. All night long, for two nights,
thousands of white men, soon to lie con-
verted into fertiliser, have been loaded
into boat and sailed away across the
channel. All the channel boats of any
size have been impressed by the govern
ment. If I hadn t caught this boat it Is
unlikely that I would have another
chance to leave Ireland. And I simply
couldn't stand it. To-night on my cor
ner were six lovelv eow-eved creatures.
The prospect of living in dirt, discom
fort, and misery was too much.
"It's pathetic to sec the men trying
to comfort the women. War is exciting;
an unknown adventure'for the men: new
scenes, new life, new conditions, certain
excitement. For the women well, just
imagine women who could hardly make
ends meet and never save a penny, .hist
imagine them now with a houseful of
little, hungry babies to feed and 110
money anywhere."
"White Beauty' the new Hoosier
40 Labor-Saving Features
17 Kntirely New
It is .co complete that it practically puts your
uho'e kitchen at your finpers end. You tit
down at work in front of it and save miles of
ftcp?. It i; so compact that you can reach evrry
thirp racily and ;jI it back quickly. It will fit
into a!rr.-'.t any kitchen.
MrK Frederick's ffv j puvle al'ne will save you
enouph lather to make the cabinet worth while.
It answers eer, day the eternal question.
"What shall I c 'k f-r dirrrr?" It injures per-
Women all over town are
telling their friends about our Hi? Bargain
in Aluminum Quart Sauce Pans. We still
have a few more to-morrow at
times small posses have been organiid
to hunt the pair, but mi one witli a gun
has ever encountered the bear, it is
said. The boar and her offspring have
been known to frequent farm buildings
and barnyards at night and the fear of
attack ha kept women from going onl
of doors after dark. Kolks along the
ridge tell of getting within railing dis
tance of the bear while driving borne at
night. Invariably the- horses take
fright and are rtot to be quieted until
safe within their own stall.
There is plenty of interscholastic foot
ball in prospect for the present week. At
the seminary campus in Montpelier to
morrow ,Sraulding high school miffs'
Montpelier seminary for the first time
this scsloa. The game begins at .1
o clock and supporter of both elevens
are looking forward to a warmly eon
tested battle, although o paper Spauld
ing looks to be the better team. A large
relegation of football fans from Spauld-
ing will be on hand to rbeer. The econd
God da rd-S rambling Vtaic" is due to
come off at the seminary campus here
net sturiar afternoon. rn wbo saw
Spauldipg ronie baik from the (Joddard
defeat of a few ek ago and make
urh a strong ahnwin? against Mont-
fcelier high school look to se the hifh
school bv anake things more interest
ing for the seminarian on the occasion
f their second meeting.
by bis companions and was hardly able
to stand. His pretty wife was very pa
tient with him. The men were all rath
er exhilarated. Hut these sturdy, laugh
ing women who were walking the streets
a few days ago with their heads thrown
back, they laugh no more. There isn't
as much weeping at you would expect.
They are a very proud people. One looks
up dry -eyed and says. 'I have si hil
dren snd my husband has gone.' tine
says, 'My brother has gone and left his
wife with m-ven. I doubt thev have as
much a one pound put by.' Sugar dou
bled in price a soon as war was de
clared and all provisions soared.
"I stopped and spoke ti a handsome
man who had jut received notice to re
port. He said by Fnday there would
not tie a single able-bodied man left in
The New Spirit in Business.
In the leading food Btuff factories the
effort is to make cleanliness radiant. A
large soup plant in Camden, X. J., exer
cises the most scrupulous supervision
over every one of its employes that is in
any w,iy connected with the preparation
of the soups. Hygiene and personal
cleanliness are strictly enforced, but help
is given by wise counselors (older wom
en engaged for that purpose.) and by
regular medical observation. Manicuring
is a daily process. At a factory in Pitts
burg these thing are also done, and
Christinas presents for all, premiums for
good work and model workrooms ie
among the other items that instance the
thought given to the people. A 1111 111 lie r
of this firm said to me: "We begin by
believing that men and women are en
titled to something more than wage
and by thai end aimed to make tliem as
comfortable in their woik ss possible, "
The compensation has liocn found in
happy and contented workers snd in bet
ter work.
The tiiji telephone companies infer to
call tlieir activities ellii ieticy work; thev
go in for mot of the welllsre ideas and
sild others, including lectures on hygiene,
iharify st Christmas, purrs for drawings
snd 01 in r excursions ill talent and nl
Uelfast. He said I was ss safe here altnic. A life insurance company with 3.-
anywhere. but be thought I might have cleik l a welfare scheme in a sav
ings fund to which it contributes half as
much as the individual depositor savr:
this fund now amount to over a mil
lion dollars. - F-ditorial, in Woman'
World tor XovcniU-r.
a better chance to get in touch with my
own government aero the channel;
which i what I think mvselt. Itesntes.
he said if 1 didn't leave to night he wa
afraid I wouldn't have another chance.
We could r.ave disposed of several hundred
pan if we had not a daily limit Tans
of this size sell usually for Xtc to .tOc
You do not reed to huy anything else to
pet ore ( theec pans, but you must come
earlv if vou w ant one.
W. Hooker
Vermont's Largest House Furnishers
National Coffee
Oftobrr 19 to 24
ill r ,bere) at thi tr. are!
e ahail .ftVr estra aloes in nn
Fresh Roasted and
Fresh Ground Coffee
Me I4nd ar4 rnt tmr off
ra't e,T r-rf day. a"l we Shit onfj
the tv bir"" f f'"
tht we ran Imt,
Speoal Bef trfe Sr It
tint weea
I Its Freak IWH Cew, t Ii trj
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lnrtH Japan. W tr4-.
Coffee Week!
Throughout the United States, this week will he ob
served as Coffee Week, that the purchasing public
may better understand the Coflee industry and how
carefully the poods are prepared for your table.
By blending and grading Coffee leans, different
values are obtained, and we are prepared to sell you
any grade you may wish, at the lowest reasonable
cash values. In other words, you get just what you
buy at the lowest price for that grade.
Reception Brand, blended by experts, per lb 3.V
La Touraine Coffee, the distinctive Coffee, lb. . 3V
Ladd's Special, in bulk, jer H 2v
A special blend, ground as ordered, per lb 2.V
A ground Coffee, s pe-cial this week, per lb 22c
!b can of Coffe-c. this lot, per can $1.00
White House, Royal High Grade. (lilt Edge and
Silver Quarter Coffee are among our big sellers.
Remember, these prices are subject to the t??ual .1
per cent, discount.
New Arrivals
Fresh Seeded Rai.-ins in packages, each
New Castana Nuts, per p-und 1-V
New California S ft Shell Wabuts. per Hi . . . . Z'k
Sweet Apples, all f f.n1 picked, prr pock . 2V
l...ei Cider in bulk and bv the little.

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