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THE HAHKK DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1014.
MwwimmrBooix WW wimm"1' J I ITTl V I suits mr'y HJiv" New Wide Gathered and Circular Skirts Redingotes in Coats and Dresses Tie-On Blouses Volants and Ruffled Skirts These and many other lovely, up-to-date styles are shown in the STANDARD FASHION BOOK for Winter With each copy you get any Standard Pattern FREE 20 CENTS AT THE PATTERN COUNTER Perry & Camp TALK OF THE TOWN Sadlier's for furniture, floor covering, clothing. Have everything ready for hospital supply day to-morrow, Oct. 22. Max Hriee of Bakerstield returned home yesterday after a few days' visit at the home of John Carroll on Beacon street. ' , Mrs. 0. X. (iranger of Summer street left last night for Richmond, where she will attend the convention of the Hibernians. Card of Thanks. For every word of consolation ppoken, for every art of kindness shown, for every floral tribute sent in this hour of bereavement, we return thanks in this silent way, which will reach far more than thf lips could express in words. Marry C. Cutler, Pauline Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Manurn, Dr. and Mrs. K. M. Minnrd, Mr. and Mrs. Kugene Murium. TALK OF THE TOWN MuiiHiiiKwear at Abbott's. HuHpitHl supply day to-morrow. See Abbott's window of Miiiisingwear. Look for the placards where hospital supplies are to be left. Kifty-six cubic feet of chairwood for a load. $2.75. Arthur 8. Martin. Thonc .loseph Lambert of Hurdwick returned home to-day after a few days' visit with friends in the city. Everett HratlW of Montpelier began work Monday morning at Holmes' bak- eijv on North Main street. .Miss marl Pvkc, who has been visit. ing friends in Jlarre for a few diivs, has returned to her home in St. Albans. Mrs. Mildred Springer of East Hart- land arrived last night to make a few days' visit with Mrs. ('. M. Kollin of V'rench street. Word was received here yesterday telling of the marriage of Ida Mae J toll, formerly of tliU city, to Henry Drew of loni'ord, . H. Miss Cora Batchelder of Hill street, who is teaching school in Brandon, has returned to her home as the schools have been closed for two weeks on ac count of infantile paralysis, ltuth chapter, No. .'(.'!, O. E. S. is planning to send a large delegation of its members to Montpelier this evening to attend the annual meeting of the fourth district. Order of Eastern Star. Visiting members of the order are to be entertained by Rob Morris chapter. The meeting was formally opened this after noon, although the degree work will not ix performed until to-night, when the past matrons and patrons of the dis trict will have charge of the ceremo nial. A banquet at 5:. 10 o'clock this afternoon will be one of the features of the meeting. Prompt action on the part of pedes trians on Prospect street probably saved the life of two small children who were on the Barre railroad crossing early last evening when a shunting engine and a string of cars bore down on them be fore they eould gather their senses long enough to make for safety. The pair live in the Syrian colony nearby and were standing as if glued to the crossing as the train approached. Two men separated themselves from a party of pedestrians and reached the tracks just in time to snatch tne children away from the train. Both escaped without a scratch, but several people who wit nessed the incident had to swallow some hard lumps in their throats before the affair was over. People living in that locality have raised a question as to the wisdom of permitting shifting opera tions near the crossing after dark with out a warning light at the point of greatest danger to passersby. From dusk until .7:30 o'clock there are moving trains in the ysrd and at the crossing no attempt, apparently, has been made to keep the track lighted. TALK OF THE TOWN New couch covers at Abbott's. Don't forget hospital supply day to morrow, Mrs, Martha Calcf-White, electric nee die specialist, will be at Miss Canning's toilet parlor, Ihirre, Saturday, Oct. 24. At the Specialty Shop, 00 South Main street, all Richardson embroidery silks will be sold at two skeins for rive cents. Henry Nute rind wife, who have Wen visiting in Boston and vicinity for tne. nast two weeks, returned to their home on .ortli -Main street nisi nigni. Regular meeting of T. S., No. 2, branch i, C. I. A., in polishers' hall, Nichols' block, Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Important. P. H. Brown. Music, both instrumental and vocal, and readings will be given by the ladies' quartet of the Ithaca Conservatory of Music. Watch for the (late and place. Notice! Regular meeting of Barre pol ishers' branch, 0. C. I. A will be held in their hall, Nichols block, on Thurs day, Oct. 22, at 7 p. m. A. W. Pirie, sec. Kx-Mavor .lames B. Estee of Mont- pelier will auuress ine memners oi me young people's society in the vestry of the Church of the Good Shepherd this evening. Notice! The second in the series of dances given by the f. O. O. L., M. U., will be held in" K. of C. hnll on Friday, Oct. 2.1. at 8:30 o'clock. Bruce's orches tra. Admission, ladies, 10c; gents, 25c. Friends of James Sullivan, the B. A. C. second baseman of last season will re gret to hear of his accident last Satur day. While playing football with Dor chester high school, Mr. Sullivan broke three fingers of his right hand. The subject of the lecture to be given to-night by Evangelist F. L. Abbott will be "Cod s Remedy tor the Ills ot Chris tendom." These services are held on the second floor in the Worthen block. All are welcome to the service, which be gins promptly at 7:30. The third quarterly conference will be held at the Hedding church this evening at :AT sharp. Rev. R. F. Lowe, district superintendent, will presute. Reports will be expected of the heads of the dif ferent departments of the church. The meeting will close in time to attend the service of the state Sunday school con vention, held at the Congregational church. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. A. P. ABBOTT CO. Like a Mogul Engine Like a powerful locomotive booming up the track with every ounce of '.steam directed on the piston head, using every ounce of energy 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. Concert Program of Clan Gordon Fair. The following is the program of the concert for the Clan Cordon fair, to be held in Howland hall on Thursday even ing at 8 o'clock: Piano solo Rose I,avio!ette Vocal solo, selected John Wyllie Farce, "A Cheerful Companion" ...... Misses Florence and Ethel Inglis Vocal solo, selected Miss Annie Anderson Admission, Kir. Concert to be fol lowed by dancing to the nmisie of Riley's orchestra. New Millinery Values We have just received by express a large shipment of new Hats and Hat Shapes. Our season's large mil linery business has proven to us 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 as any depart ment in the store. As the season advances the demand is getting stronger for the larger Hat Shape. These you will find 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 I more for the Colored Shapes, such as 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 prices, that you have to pay for a good Hat there is nothing j gained in using the old hat, j The Coat Season We are now in the midst of our season's busiest Coat business. While the season has been warm, people realize that when the cold weather comes they will need the warm gar ments, and then it is sometimes hard to get juBt 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 time 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, re 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 a authority on styles and then, every garment is guaran teed for two seasons, both as to the linings and materials, flee this un usually large line of the season's best values. 'Vis Vfc The Best Is the Cheapest in the End When you buy Munsing Underwear you are 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 Carments wero 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 fgllnesB in a Munsing is where it belongs. They cost no more than common kinds and are times better. Munsing Wear this week in our window. This showing will interest you. Its the kind of Un derwear that you want, for it will please you.. You will have more underwear comfort than yon have ever known. You will be glad that we told you so. Munsing Wear for children in wool vests and pants at 5(Kr each. Munsing Union Suits in children's, boys' and misses' sizes at 50 and $1.00. One dollar buys the Wool Suit. Ladies' Vests and Pants 50c and $1.00- One dollar buvs the Wool. Ladies' Union Suits for $100. $2 OO and $300 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. AVe 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 YOUR LAST CHANCE "i OUR GREAT SALE CLOSES TOMORROW nmn Tr&irn a Tinner?? Hi AU 1 I THE NEW HOOSIER CABINET Only a Few Left You Can Have One Delivered Tomorrow for $1 One Million Dollars Worth Were Sold Every woman knows that this is the most complete KITCHEN CABINET the Hoosier Company has ever made. TALK OF THE TOWN 9. White ttcauty is a wonder of convenience combining all the lot labor-saving features that have come from the 7(0.Y0 women who now own Hosiers. The enormous r. urn her of Hoosier now in use is a huge testim-onia' rf the great value of this cabinet. Rut this new Hosier with it 4 f pedal fu tures is so far ahr a 1 of ?.! the e ther? that thre is m compariK n. almost instantly after this new cabinet was put on the market. The factory hasn't ytt caught up with the demand. The women of this town who have seen this new Hoosier say it puts your whole kitchen at fingers' ends. The few we had for this sale have been taken far more rapidly than we expected. Dozens of women are now making up their minds. You are certain to be too late unless you act quickly. Come in to-morrow. Don't miss this opportunity to get the greatest bargain of your whole life. Great Hoosier $1 Plan Head it carefully. It's an unusual opportunity for real economy. 1. You may choose toy of the new HooIer -"White Beauty," or "Oak Interior" tt tlightiy leas price. 2. $1 puts your I looiier in your borne at ooce. $1 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 sllotmcnt of new iioosiers. 6. Your money back if you are not delighted vith your Hoosier. Sec Our Crcat Window, Entitled CUT THE CORDS Piek jour heice. Hate it delivered. If by any thance you're not dclichtcd with it, well clad ly take it back and refund jour money. A do7cn other unmcn will be clad to jret it. Ths Salvation Army will conduct a rummspe tale Thursday afternoon in thfir hall in the old city building. Don t forget the ladies quartet of the Ithaca txmaervatory of Muaic n com ing. natch for the date and place. At the Specialty Shop, 50 South Main street, all Kichardaon embroidery ailka will be aold at two akeina for five cents. The ladies' aid aocietv of St. Monica' church will hold a public whist party In the K. of C. hall, Scampini block, on Wednesday evening. Oct. 21. at 8 o'clock. Prir.es given. Public cordially invited. The gentlemen of Cobble Hill grange appeared before a large company of members and visitors at their hall lnt evening and proved themselves artit in ihm n1ri m in mn lin T!, nrAirrim was as follows: Tianosolo, K.arle Winter ; ' mm A tint llnm.r R.a.att vw.lii. ....I riio.. music, Clarence ( urti and Walter Hoiit- ell ; the lak breach of promie rm. by the following colored stars --the hon orable court, W. .1. (lapp, A. S. Park hurst and C. I.. Trarvj clerk. K. K. Hutchinson: l.aver Snowball, F. ('. Rancroft; l-awyer Hia, A. I-. Smith: .losephus .lellybraiti. the plaintiff. Har old Rancroft: Serapliina Suparptum, the defendant, Charles F. Aver; Peter Peri winkle, Walter Rout ell; policeman. K. K. Perry; jury. H. Rns.ett. Alfred . vis. Ralph Winter, George Owen, Will Nelson. Francis dimming. The com mitter in charge mss C. F. Aver, A. S. Parkhtirst and K. K. Perry. The grange voted to hold a fair in November. TALK OF THE TOWN Special charmeuse petticoats at Ab bott's, onlv IJ.50. TALK OF THE TOWN See lmt of W. F. P.ichardson real cbtate, page 7. FREE COFFEE 20 OUNCES TO POUND Big Sale of Rertsttred and Grade Helstein. F. Smith, auctioneer, was in North- field vesterdav conducting the sale of 31 registered and grade Holstein cattle for A. M. Rissonette. Many buyer and lovers of Holstein stock were present. One registered CO w brought 2M; one cow $10; one cow 161 and one row ISO; one two-year-old heifer H?.; reg istered bull, 100; one heifer coming one year old, II 14 V); one heifer, same age, 0.1; one thorough-bred heifer nlf dropped the !th of the present month I and 10 days old, aold for 1 1 o ; grade cows, with two exceptions, anld for from SO to ." per bead; five grade yearlmp snd two yesr-old heifers arersged 43X. Most of the registered stock went to Montpelier, Waterhury and Barre. The owner and the crowd seemed to be well pleased with the tniteome of the sale. Mr. Smith is is) Williamatnwn to-day holding sale for Joseph Rerard. DURING Coffee Week, Oct. 19th to 24th, WE WILL GIVE FREE 1-4 LB. COFFEE with each purcha.se of one pound of . BENEFIT BRAND BEST STANDARD COFFEE (35c value) at Sic pound or EXTRA FANCY (40c value) at 2Sc pound or No. 1 MALEBERRY " ( JOc value) at 2Sc pound or PLANTATION " (3Sc value) at 27c pound DIRECT IMPORTING CO. MAIS STREET OPPOSITE r. D. LADD CO. ji IfauLujm. mi Uni T nrmiii m it ' "' ' " 1" f n l llllllil ll 1 44 B W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Lanrcst House Furnishers 1 Buy Onions j Now $1.35 for 100 lbs. ! i A-No. 1 quJity, grvxi Vcrp r.. I Hubbvd Squash, Ze lb whole I 10 and 13 Ibn. St Tota- j toe for 2-e j Cauliflower, each . .lOr to ISe ! Concord Grape. 2 baket 2'c f Lat call for thi rear. J Get our price on Flur by I the Uml. a Thi i Cc Tee Week. Grat ! barfain in our C:Te and Tea Depart Trent. Coffee Wee k s Throughout the United State?, this week will be ob served as Coffee Week, that the purchasing nublic may better understand the Coffee industry and how carefully the poods are prepared for your table. By blending and grading Coffee beans, 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 ... . ,Tc a Touraine Coffee, the distinctive Coffee, lb.. .TV Iadd's Special, in bulk, per lb 2c A special blend, ground as ordered, per lb ..... 2"c A ground Coffee, special this week, per lb 22c 5-lb can nf Coffee, this Jot, per can $1.00 White House. Boyal High Cra-Ie, Gilt Edge and Silver Quarter Coffee are among r ::r big sellers. Remember, these prices are fubject t the usual 5 per cent, discount. New Arrivals Fresh Set-Jed Raisin in packages, each ... New Castar.a Nuts. r pound New California S- ft Shell Wa'.ruts. per H Swec-t Apnles. nVi hand picked, per pock .. Boiled Cide r in b.;ik and bv the little. 10c IV 2.V 2 V tC Fine Granulated Sugar, per H Spotial price by the barrel or !' p-.-ur.ds. THE F. D. LADD COMPANY t : I t i t t : : : J