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THE BARHE DAILY T1MKS, UAKKK, VT., WKIWKSIM V, OCTOJUOK 21, 10H, 3 WELCOME TO THE STYLE STORE New Smartly Coats and Stylish Suits An attractive display of some very new arrivals in Suits and Coats, offering a most enticing and acceptable difference in style and each garment is priced unusually low. Suits that are different, from Coats that are different, from Skirts that are different, from Dresses that are different, from $13.50 to $37.50 7.98 to 30.00 2.98 to 10.00 5.00 to 25.00 In Misses Wear This is a special showing of distinc tively new styles in misses' and petite ladies' ready-to-wear apparel, and you will be delighted with the many attrac tive garments offered. Very low prices make savings worth considering. New Footwear Styles It is worth your while to spend a short time in looking at our shoe dis play. The best shaped, easiest-fitting lasts in gun metal, tan, patent and suede leathers, with an exceptionally strong showing in cloth tops. Prices, $3.50 to $4.00 per pair. We call your attention to our line of Dress Goods and Silks, which comprise one of the largest lines we have ever shown. Dress Goods from : . .50c to $3.25 per yard Silks from 50c to $4.00 per yard t We can show you a big assortment of the new Roman Stripe Trimming Silks. If you cannot come to the store 'phone us or write us your desires and we will give it most careful attention and forward it to you, parcel post prepaid. The Homer Fitts Company, The store to put your faith in tyte 1559 ! ! BARRE DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914. The Weather Kiiir to-ninlit twiil cooler in tlie, interior of .Maine; ThurHilay fain gentle to mod erate went to Houthwent wtntla. TALK OF THE TOWN Barre TALK OF THE TOWN j Two nerond-band eing machines for sale cheap at Fitts'. Fred Karrand of Burlington, who ha hern visiting friend in the city for the past few iavs, returned home to-day. BARRE OPERA HOUSE FOX k FATON. LtM JOHN E. HOBAN. Resident Mir. Monday, October 26 ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN FRKRKNTS EDITH THAYER in tr-i Musical Comedy Opera THE FIREFLY Rsa. Lrrirs f Otta Hassrssrk Marir r Rlf Fnml Ala Asthsrs ml "Hick Jink" Direct from Its Rerord-ISreaking Success at the Casino Theatre, New York City TALK OF THE TOWN New suits at Fitts'. Albert Wood and .lames Drumgould left this morning tor St. Albans, where they have secured employment. Dr. Arthur Wark of New York ar rived last night to make a visit with Amos Hall of east hill for a few days. A great reduction in made-toorder suits and overcoats, beginning Oct. 'Jtn. Trices, 12.7., l.i.7.. H7.7-V 0.7. and 2.1.7.V Sain will last 1.) days. In Joe Kovalsky'a Tailor Shop. At the rfipera house Friday evening. Pr. V. ,J. Aldrich. F'rogressire candidate for governor, will apeak on the political issues of Vermont. Kraer Mctger, can didate for Congress from the second dis trict, will alo sieak. All are enrdiallr invited. Adv. Mrs. A. W. t;ates of Franklin street has gone to Syracuse, N. Y to attend the national W. H. M. f". convention. Mrs. ta tea is the delegate from the Ver mont conference. She will visit friends in Albanv on the wv. TALK OF THE TOWN Kleven tieket were sol, for the Cen tral Vermont excursion to New York at the Hiirre station yesterday. Kodney I'eake of Klin Mtreet went to fiiirlington this morning to remain for a few days as the guest of Fred Farrand. Some excitement was caused on North Main street last evening when a horse TALK OF THE TOWN Ijttest in dress goods at Fitts'. KeincmlW the Progressive rally in the opera house Friday evening. Oct. 2.1, at K o'clock. Lilies csjwcially imitej. A rcgti!nr meeting of Itarre local. No. 1. of tha N)eialist party, w i he held Thursday evening at 7 o'clock in head quarters, Scainpini block. Note chanye I belonging to a t.'raniteville man dropped' ', . ' dead in front of the Divers! fruit store., 1 1 ,P' A veterinarian who examined the animsl ! 'r- "d Mrs. .In me Wallace of N said death ua due to heart trouble. j Washington street will lent the citv T.iesd.yV arrivals at the Hu7ell 'ho-j t1","rr"W mo,'nin f"r """ X- V tel include: .tame ISI.x.m. Fred Oliver ,hpy 'Pt to vim! relatives f..r Harrison. X. .1.; H. H. faie, Knston; l.eo " ,W ,U)'' h,,,ur trt ,N,'W 1 rk; I.. .Tohnaon. n, I . 4 n i ..... whence they will sail on the tunaid nier. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED A. ft. I'arouette. 1 . St. Alhatis: It i: si,tl, i, 11. .I1 '. !. Story, Portsmouth. V. H ; T. F. Roy, Harton; . Mitcoff. liiirling ton; tieorge C, ling. IWtn: .1. .1. Ken nedy, Itenninrton: hred Mult ineU.-r At. bany, X. V.; W. S. Mqo. Ilo.tou: It. A. t arter. iWton; W. F.. Corse, llatn. Hie of the interesting features of an attractive Sunday school convention" window at the Frank M. Whorter store i a collection of statuary loaned the store by Daniel Uirri. Two remarkable group in anicronia. fur Liverpool. Kng , going tlieni-e to their former liome in .Aberdeen. Scotl.md. to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Ilnee have Ix-en residents of for the past five years. I.at Friday eening while Mrs. A. M. Morrison was making teady to co to an old tune friend home to spend a social hour, she was greatly surprised to hear l.er own doorlsll ring and in answer to the same she realized that a cenuine fttwrial ENSEMBLE or 60 Ontimra f wilil Wt rsM carved bv I'm iissoni. a brother-in law of Mr. Uiri and a former resident of Itatre. IVith represent native Italian j bir.ls and the delicacy of the carving in .the fnliape and brain lie appearing in 'the group ha been favorably enmment il .n by many. slm. attention 111 ar- TO RENT tr,r ,h. re,tmma Ks , ' rnnl- T" statuary aa Kat. aw4 l'arSsttii' tttnfi. nv r4-I '"ne in Mr. ( lsiri' ttu.lio at if.tii Arr,ltalv. and at Milan, si here I... . h tlldto. 4t rt f.mA . 1- -. inr ni carver was one of the twt.1 trnenel kiuhe rrtfknn.- m,nL,. i I,. . IVfre returning to lth be em- Portable Sawmill Wanted I mK Xm titee a fweiaKle sawmill for us tfci teler. nr vmit4 rnsnhlr huy mm t the rtatt prir m havinc sur h irinl H. G. HKNMrrr, Barre. VC risim for surfare cutter ; I'ism ttt . . I -1 S 1 - J M . .. 1 iirwn m lysis', - w l fwoea .-sw 1 H.n. iu,l , r AST1.U An Telephone fTZ-M Irish joke bad N-en plaved upon her bv Italian white marble ere 'he I lies of the A. ft. If. However, she made them all welciime and there ete isatf , rFt'T.a Mr. :w. li h, it m re'tei Vrvf S M at arims. IOR SAIT. A hsmi4 his fW T ir.f ear. W I evuippel S r4 Ifi f -st-r 'Sss nee : jrv- av rhsp. Inire ri ! " rar Times t,re lstfs AMI IV- S-sn s.s I rWn--ut ynwfHT mm tnA 2 e wnr " mH eft li.-s r" sum all to itn rvnnni i. t-.iH M, Vols m s Hme. J ft, : l'iove on tsn- v iiruni y.k bv lr. and harie ttaii'-hi t Sot: I: i ts a n BARRE OPERA HOUSE lioniHii stripe silks at Fitts'. II. & II. hritHHirrr-a, the. hook front at vie, at the Paris Shirtwaist House. Dr. W. .1. Aldrich of St. .lohnslmry, Progressive candidate for governor of Vermont, will apeak in the opera house Friday evening. Hear him. Adv. Mr.' and Mrs, W. A. I.iveimore, who have been passing several days with their daughter, Mrs, Kdward W'ulsh of the Morse block, have returned to their home in Waltham, Mbhs. John O'l-eary of Kastern avenue re turned vesterdnv from a several (lays' business trip through New York state in the interests oi the inaiiuiHciiiring firm of Marrion & O'Leary. Through the D. A. Perry real estate agency, .Mrs. Minnie Prior has sold a building lot on Farwell street to L. Urignola, who owns property adjoining his purchase. Mr. Hilgnqla plana to Im prove the new lot. .Tames Cuthrie of Roxbury, Mass., ar rived in the city yesterday to attend the wedding of his son, Andrew J. (Juthrie to Mis Katherine Agnes Hig gins, which was celebrated at iSt. Mon ira'a church this morning. For the next lo days, beginning Oct. 20, I shall have a special sale on euti- torn-niade suits and overcoats. Prices, $ 12.7ft. I5,7.. $17.75, $20.75 and $23.75. Irge samples for inspection. Call and see Joe Kovalskv, Eastman block. Miss tiraee Hulklev, an instructor at (Joddard seminary, addressed the mem bers ot the Marre Woman s club on the subject of "Household Textiles" yester- Infy afternoon. Miss fsulkley is connect ed with the domestic science department at the seminary. Remember the administrator's sale of real estate and personal property, con sisting of three nice work teams, with equipment, also 25 head of two- and three-year-old cows, ties idea some val uable real estate. This is all especially good property and will be sold to close the estate of the late Benjamin Demars of (ireensboro. Sale begins at !':30, Oct. D. A. Perry, auctioneer. large number of buyers gathered at the Richardson estate on Richardson road yesterday for the auction sale of prop erty belonging to the late (icorcrp ( . Richardson. Hav sold for $13.25 in the barn; oats brought cents per bushel; corn on the cob went for 70 cents in bushel lots; one horse whs sold for $155; grade yearling heifers were knocked down at $41 each and an eight-year-old cow sold for S5H. Chickens found eager buyers at 70 cents each. Dan A. Perry hail charge of the sale. Fred A. Slavton, the trainer and driv er of Hetty Dcen. went to Kcadvillc, Mass., last night, where Thursday he will start this i';imous mare in the 2:15 class for pacers over the "two-minute mile course." This is the mare's second appearance on a mile track, and while the field has seven starters, it is pre dicted that she can and will make a cred f iflile showing amongst the classy contestants she is against. Mr. Slay ton has been very successful in 7iis en jagements racing Betty this season and it is hoped he may "top oT" with a win Thursday. This morning at ft o'clock the ahler- niauii' street committee. Mayor W. If. Ward, the city engineer and Chief Sin clair of the police department met with the B. & M. T. 4 P. Co.'s superintendent. William Corry. to stake out specific points where north and southbound cars j are to stop at the junction of the South Main street and Washington street lines. I Because of a traffic sit nil t ion alrendv I congested by pedcstiians. autoists and tea ma, it was the aim of the council, through it street committee and others. to have the car stop at point far enough away from the junction to insure safety for traveler. SiiMriiitciidciit Corry and the city's representative went over the ground thi morning and decid ed to have the Washington street car stop just above F.lnt street, going and j returning from the terminu in the eat J side of the city. Main line cars headed for the south end terminus and return ing are to stop for the Washington j street connect i. hi at a point just north! of the crossing in front of the L. f. I Averill bhsk. j l-ctfer received by Uarre people con- i vey tiding of the death of Joseph Ve netti. a former resident of t he city. hi. h occurred at his borne in Italy on the evertig of Sept. 2ii. Mr. cncttt a to yeai old and have bis wife and a daughter. Miss Irma Yinctti. both of whom are residing in W'aterburv. His wile i a iter of Mr. Natale Vcnctti of thi citv. The do-cased resided in 1 8c Shirtings That Are l Worth More i X Full 36-inch Madras usually sells for 25c ; it is worth t it. There is nothing better for a man's stiff-cuff shirt, t The colors hold it takes starch in an uncommon X manner. 1 t Our Pongee Shirtings are 32 inches wide. Like t Madras, the colors are fast and will outwear many materials. A wonder cloth for the soft shirt with t French fold-cuffs. t Don't put it off. To-morrow your favorite may have been sold. See them in the show window at 18c. LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE j HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre,Vt Successor to Veale & Knifht TALK OF THE TOWN "An Old Rag Doll," an I. M. P., with William Shay and Leah Baird: "The Den of Thieves," featuring Wallace Reid and Dorothy Davenport, also another picture at the Bijou. Adv. The condition of Mario Zanleoni, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zan leoni of 44 (iranite street, who sustained serious injuries when an automobile truck collided with his bicycle on North Main street yesterday, was reported to be fairly comfortable to-day. The Republican city committee has en gaged, rooms seven and eight in the Blanchard block to be used as party headquarters during the campaign. Headquarters will be open each evening and some member of the committee will be present to furnish information re garding the campaign. This evening there will be a gathering of men favor- j ing the candidacy of II. (. Woodruff for j city representative. All persons who contemplate supporting Mr. Woodruff are invited to participate. TALK OF THE TOWN The Bed Men will reheame In the Presbyterian vestry Thursday night at 7:30. The end men meet at 7 Bharp. Manager Lander of the Spaulding; football team received word from Mont pelier that the football game scheduled for this afternoon at Montpelier with the seminary team would be cancelled until a later date, a some of their men were unable to play. Uses of Turpentine. It gives quick relief to bums. It la an excellent application tor corns. It is good for rheumatism and sore throats. It is a sure preventive of moths if it little is dropped in the bottom of chest, drawers, and cupboards. It will keep insects from chests by putting a little into the corners. To freshen a carpet use suds and tur pentine in the proportion of a gallon ot suds to a tablespoonful of turpentine, a small portion of the carpet at a time, rubbing dry with a clean cloth. A Good Time to Change If you have been using a mixture of cream of tartar and soda for quick baking you will find it profit able, because of the increasingly high price of cream of tartar, to use Royal Baking Powder instead. It will pay you to do this because the price of Royal, which is made from nighly refined cream of tartar, has not been changed, and because you will find it in every way more satisfactory than the use of home made mixtures to which you have been accustomed. Royal Baking Powder is famous for its absolute purity and its reliability as a quick raising agent soon seversi table of lnt going .n. I Ihtrre until fie jer go. when be I moved In family to W strrbiirv and en tered the employ of the Perry flrsnite cetnrany. l"or a number of tear lie m employed m stonecutter st the old plnt f the Vtltonald A Kucha n company at the south end. I.st v.. eriilwr fsiline l,elfh eon,slled him to abandon t i trade an I dsiriric the Utter part of .lone, lie returned to hi ntie land, tmpinff that a ibsntre in , i- iwmorr of t lie many .sr she bas hei i iiM proe m-fuml. Mr. enet- tnetrifwr of the ,n,t,rv. a be bs I" nwmW d (.ran.te ( it y ramp. fH -4 mini different orti.-e. n I bo mu. h N" 'Nfi- M. W. A, and also lorr also msnv pixtcj .. rnrc cre awarded at ".V to Mr. Martha tiella gher and Mr. Marv F. Nelson, and at hist tn Mr. L. .1. o..d and Mr. P. N. Duffy. Music and S'lips were also in order. 1 lie evening came tu a t loe with refreshment of salads, sarnlw i, he, cof fee, cake jind fruit. Then Mr. O. V lirancer, in behalf of the ladie present, presented Mrs. Von i' ?i a little pift. in b ii nn..u d inee Ifi r hti!ind' illness ),as lis urn-.) so ruin h of her at tention at home. it't Miitua -ui'or. an Italian mutnil ant benevolent ssw-iitr in flarre. ,r TO Iasssi afrr. We Are Showing a Splendid Line cf Gloves FcmncV, Perrin!. and Ireland I)rc r.Jo.c ?1.CK) $2X $1J0. 52.00 and $12. rUltrvn. for work in all ft) leu and qualities. 2-V. .W. 51K) and Cotton filor, 10 and 1 V. A complete avwrtmfnt of BojVGloc, 2V. .fV and JUKI. The Frank McWhorter Co. P. C nirt, fTrfr It!if" Thursday, October 22 TIME . fIAI c Fprrial ?larjr?iin Mating at 2; i I I ill a Siii f S-t- AIL tT ii. Mr tfiTTif; 9i ! rrit . t t aL rLi "WAY DOWN EAST 'X-Xf. Lecutar nw ef - . 'T&JM&lJ?r ir-g .f llittf mSf" 7 li il r f t at 7 : r at-lea' ball. In ii-ti f "-I'-ar meet '"r of H a a i f t ., I t . ' w il! I ld in 'Ml r.Hs- l.e-d'n tlfk, 7ijr-!at e a T ' l . W"k. tsimi'l j -'-e I a-f -ai.4 II S,-t tt i"! iO h f t ' t r-t.t s. This s ,0 .,f r K .(t r . f . ' Mf Sl;.-rf .I tli i. t j -sert . , ?r -, i . S- c I ! I DREAMLAND THEATRE ALL SEW FT ATCRES TO DAT PAVILION THEATRE SPECIAL! EXTRA FEATt'RES TO-DAY! The War of the Lilliputians A two-rart fanciful drama; a story of the Midpets and the Giants The Deputy Sheriffs Star A thrilling 2-part western drama with many sensational situations Forced to Be Stylish A acrfaminp comedy MRS. BEJI. H. IASSIE, Piaaitt ADMISSIO.V, 10c SMALL CHILDREN, 5c COMIM. "THE rERIL OF PAITJNE Love's Long Lane f l te f-1 It lit- I T -.tr. LIT I i:s 0'Ml.f T.Y A "Ant M'-ff" 1 ts- . ssj W wir 'i 1 I t 1 n. IAST tATf R. ?' J" ' , ?? J -- V Out in Happy Hollow C I I , 'r , Santa kmo.vs whereto rTrx ,? - j ' cETsVvARM--rpLsrrcHA! Ifr-wr ' aTV Y Is' . ) Admi.ion, Five Cents c tf. -" t . W. AVERILL COMPANY at trc -ttr-T r 4! I -ss'' mv-m s SS- t--sS r - .