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TIIK HARRH DAILY TIMES, BAUUK, VT., SATURDAY," NOVEMBER 7, 10H.
may! BARRE DAILY TIMES satuanESEE -'Mfljyiyp T-aiTa fr-rsi SATURDAY, NOVEMEER 7, 1914. THE PEOPLES KttUiid a the Poalnfnm at llnrr Hi-cund. Clam Mall Mott.r Puhllitud Kv.ry Wmk-dar A'tmoon SUBrtCaUFTION tATK On yar , H.M Ob maata Z5 oati Hinclt op, , 1 November 6 and 7-Great Sale Days Lata FBANX R. LANULEY. Pahll.hrr FBBAY fiatoH rldoa into tho Vermont govi-ni' oraliip on a good road. Let rrinroton say whether the. Ilnr VHrd red flag sliull wave 'to-night. It i quite a nengiMe ThankuKiving duy proclamation which . Governor Felteher puts out and, too, free from wearying verbosity. For which we are thankful. Various politicians have been afllictod with the foot-in-motith disease during the past few weeks, but the epidemic has warn off rapidly since lawt Tuesday. It seems that a nation can be licking i another nation right out of its boots and still not be at war, just localise the formal declaration has not been made. Strange power of transformation a few words have! 'Twas not a groat victory for five vastly superior warships to .defeat four cruisers, so the encounter off the const of Chile, was not such a distinct triumph for Oermany at the expense of Great liritain as it seemed to bo at first thought. Our well-trained staff of sharpshooters with the needle made our cus tom department a safe place for you to depend on for your clothing. Domestic woolens that will stand by their col ors as well as imported fabrics. Suits made to order, $15 and up to $45. Overcoats, $18 and up to $40. We Clean, Press and Repair Clothing F. H. Rogers & Co. BUSINESS METHODS Business runs more smoothly for the man who de posits all of his funds arid pays his bills by check than a for the man who keeps his cash in the drawer and pays it out haphazard. It took the government investigators a long time to conclude tiie Frieilmaiin cure is far below what was claimed for Hi and they are very moderate in the language of their condemnation. Pos sibly a calm consideration like that will carry more weight than an impassioned attack. The assessment of a $25 fine on n Rutland county hunter for refusing to show his hunter's license on request of a game warden should serve as a warn ing to others who may also resent such a request but who have no other re course under the reading of the law. Show up, or put up the gun. The people of Lamoille county seemed to think yesterday that running a news paper and running the probate olliee at the same time too much of a job for one man. Perhaps they were right. The verdict is accepted philosophically. Mor-, risville News and Citizen. The ability to lie a good loser is a fine acquirement, and Editor L. H. Lewis uf the Morrisville contemporary seems to possess the acquirement, judging by the above comment on the day following his defeat for the office of judge of probate. Notwithstanding defeat, he has the sat isfaction, too, of having made a good run for the position, losing by only 4A votes out of a total of 2,332 cast in Lamoille county on Tuesday. number of non-voting citizens to a min imum should be the effort of the au thorities us long as the present system of majority voting on the first three ballots is maintained. A few signals on the fire alarm, sufficiently explained a short time prior to the election day, will serve effectively to this end. There would be few people in any part of the city who would fail to hear the warn ing offered in such a manner. The sug gestion is worth trying out on the next occasion when a majority election is de manded by law. This Bank Invites Deposits Subject to Check Open Monday Evenings from 7 to 8 O'clock SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES TIMES AND PLACES OF WORSHIP AND SUBJECTS OF SERMONS 10 and 10. 5:45i p. m., worsnip AN ELECTION' SUGGESTION'. It has been suggested in case of pro tracted elections for city tvpreiMitatiw hereafter, providing the present hnv is not changed to permit of eh eiion ,v pbi rality on the first ballot, that a ayatem of signals on the fire alum be iwd to notify the P.arre voters of no choice on a particular ballot and to summon the voters to participate in a new Iwllot. Under the present arrangement it is ex- OREAT BIMTAIVS SACRIFICE. That Great ISritain is giving some of the flower of her youth to the great war is revealed by the enrollment sta tistics of the colleges and universities of the land. For instance, there is Oxford university, where the total registration at the recent opening of the institution was only 1,280 undergraduates, ns com pared with the average number of 3,000. Oxford has sent about 1,(100 undergrad uates to join the land forces of King George Hnd but a remnant of the great siudent body remains, largely made up of young men from the United States ii nd India, who are not eligible for serv ic in the British army. Without doubt, too, the other universities and colleges of the British domain marked depletion in students, r It hough perhaps not all In the same percentage as old Oxford. The statistics reveal in a measure what sort of sacrifice Great Britain is making, be ciiiise when the college and universities are drained of their youth it is reason ably certain that all other walks of life are likewise called upon for recruits. GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION. Hat Governor Fletcher Say Vermont Reason for Thanksgiving. State of Vermont, by the Governor, Proclamation: It is littinu that we devote a day to hi know led'iiiiir the blessing that are ours. I lierelore. I, Allen M. Hetelier, governor. lo hereby designate ihursilay, Mission Union Sunday School, South Barre Meets every Sunday. Swedish Mission on Brook street Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preaching service at 7 p. w. All welcome. Graniteville Presbyterian Church Fred McNeill, pastor. The pastor will preach Sunday morning, and in the even ing there will be a popular meeting. Berlin Congregational Church Frank Womfield, pastor. Service at IU:4a a. m.i subject, "The Pay of Small Things." Sunday school at noon. Young people's meeting at 7:30 p. m. St. John the Baptist Episcopal Churrh, Websterville V. J. M. Beattie, rector. Evening prayer and sermon at 3 o'clock. Thursday evening service at 7:15, fol lowed by choir rehearsal. Christian Science Church Service at 10 : 45 a. m. Wednesday evening meet ing at 7:30. To these services all are welcome. The reading room is open J uesday and J-ridav from 1 to 4 p. in., 7 Summpr street. East Barre Congregational Church--Preaching service at 10:30 a. in.; topic, "The Great War Against the Liquor Traffic" All young people are especial ly invited. Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Christian Endeavor service at 7 p. m. The Church of the Good Shepherd W. J. M. Beattie, rector, lloly commun ion at H a. m. .Morning prayer and ser mon at 10:30. Sunday school at 11:50 a. in. Evening prayer and sepnon at 7 o'clock. Service on Friday evening at 7:3(1. between the ages of p. m Y. P. S.'C. K. ar.d sermon; subject, 'Lessons from 'The i tnambered Nautilus." The midweek meeting will be held on Friday even ing, instead of Thursday this week: top- : ic, '"What Jesus Thought of Prayer." j Tho program of music for tha Sunday j morning service is: Organ, "Chant Pas ! toral" Dubois; anthem, "Jubilate Deo in 1)"' (Geibel); response, "Holy Ghost, I With Light Divine" (Gottschalk) s of. fertory, "Thou, O Lord, Art My Shield" (Stevenson); organ, "Postlude" (Whit ing). In tho evening: Organ, "Pro logue" (Hohm) ; "Serenade" (IVEvry) ; untnem, "Min of Aly .Soul ' ( Chase i ; response, "Saviour, Again to Thy Dear JNHine wo Kaise' (Hopkins); offertory, "uou js a .spirit' (crunt). Garments at Great Saving Ten Important Sales Ladies' and Children's Coats, Wool Dresses, Skirts, Petticoats, Winter Un derwear, Night Robes, Towels, Neck wear, Gloves, Hosiery. New Coats By Express! Ladies' Wool Dresses By Express Ladies' Coats, special at $5.98, $6.50, $7.50, $8.75, $10.00, $12,00 up Misses' Coats, extra sale at $5.00, $5.98, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00 up Children's Coats, 1 to 6 years, at . .$1.98, $2.98, $3.50 Children's Coats, 6 to 14 years, at $2.50, $3.98, $4.50, $5.98, $6.50 up Ladies' Wool Dresses, 20 by express, special, $5.50 IS A REPUBLICAN. dingly difficult to apprise voters ofltlie 1 went v-ixth day of this NovemW, Barre, who east their ballot in six wide ly separated polling places and who then scatter to their homes or places of oc cupation, of failure to elect and of the nicessity to Iwllot again. This news paper does its part in acquainting the oters with the situations by mrnns of extra editions and response to telephone tails; but the time is so abort between ballots that many voters are not ap prised of the fact that a new ballot is to be taken and thus thry are deprived of their suffrage right. Tu bring this 5W BUVER We're After Your Shoe Business After it on the merit? cf WALK-OVER Sh x?. Our windows tr;l the ftyle fton your friend? will tell you f f t!.(ir vu-ar-1 ire, quality. and our f-yH ten of f.ttir riw youj the comfort. j We make a fpecialty of; Children's Fhxs. " j Rogers' 1 Walk-Over Boot! Thiitik"uiviiif day for the people of tha 'tnte of Vermont. T!ie yeiir baa ben one of xace, proa pei ity and advancement within our state. Let 111 return thank to our Orcntor. and by rilit. living and renewed devo tion to find an t country, prove nurc!rcs worthy of Hi bounty. May the peace that i our Ijcomnc universal, anil mav the pirit of faith, charity and love dwell ith u thrt day an 1 every day. Oiwn under my band and the -great acal of the ctate Seat tin "wH-ond day of Sovemlur in the year of our lyord, one t'ionnrt and nine hundred and fourteen, and of the independence of the I'nifed Mate the one hundred iind thirty-ninth. Allen M. Fletcher. Ity Hi Fr11cncy'a command, Warner C. Graham. Secretary snd Ciil ant Military Affairs. i CRAlf ITEVILLE. Grest Crowd Af'enfl d Closing f th !.diV Ai4 Fair. Mil'' ball crowded to ita aeitinp ;iapitv !at tui'lt at tV rioting n,nn of tte 1Jh' aid fmr, hi(h bad Wn in f.-ij r. . f,r three Uj , and the Isdiea made a ;'' oim t add to t ir t -, . irv by t'ir rfcit ljt Ti'.'l.t'a tro- The First Presbyterian Church Edgar Cropland, putor. Morning service at 10:30; subject, "The Puty of High Thinking." 12 tn., Sunday school. 7 p. in., worship and sermon; subject, "The Silent Years of .lean." Thursday, 7:.')0 p. m.. prayer and praie service; theme, "ChriHt in" the State." Websterville Baptist Church William (iartihore, pa. at or. Morning service at 10:30; atibjert. "Mighty Works Fru trated bv l iilielief." Sunday school and men's class at 11:30, Junior Christian Kndeavor at 3 o'clock. ( hritian Kn- dcavor at 0:20. I" veiling service at 7 o'clock; subject, "I'onveraion, the Kver Modern (io'pel Miracle." l'rayer meet ing Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Salvation Army Salvation meeting to-night at the Army hall on North Main street, led by officer in charge. .Ml le a hearty Invitation to come along. Sund;iv nut-linga Sunday aciiool at 3 p. m.; open-air nervic at 2:30 p. m.; prayer and praie nieetina at .1 o'clock; open-air aervice at nijiht. 7:30 oVlock, and at 8 o'rlock a real battle for aoula. Come and bring your friend. linMgn Parnons and ("ptain Onng. First Baptist Church Oeorge If. Holt, pastor. Miirning serMce at 10:3Uj nub- j.et, "Why Oo to Church!" Iiit.lt- t-tudy i h(d at 12 iMiMk; subject, "Sowing and lies ping." Juniora nn-et at 3 o'clock at the church. Christian Kndeavor at f o'clock; a continuation of the special niiionary tudy. livening rvico at 7: nl:)ect. "lleuteronomy Knterated ljiw.j Tbiirsilar m'ht at 5:4. teacher' mert-i ii g; at 7:3o. prayer meeting; subjint. ! the firt chapter of (iulatian. ' Heiling Methoflist Fpiscopal Churrh I H. V. Newell. pstor. M'rnin2 worn:p at J0:3i; aubject. "Marchng t. iVath." fiort sermon to loung people on. "bere and How Suite of the Ftos snd i.itI of ltarre Spend Their Tven- J ini's." pvil sertn-e at the Sunday: j.urd i"H 1 intiinir proiitil'y at Representative-elect Bond of North Thetford Corrects Mistake. Barre Daily Times, Bnrro Vt. Gentlemen: I notice in vour paper that yon report my election of reiireentative trom the town of Thetford as O. 1). I I.' inil. Democrat. This is incorrect, I Bin a Republican nnd always have been. Kindly have this mistake corrected. Very truly vours, " 0. IX Bond. North Thetford, Vt., Nov. 5, 1014. WOOL DRESSES Children's Wool Dresses, 6 to 14 years,, at $1.98, $2.25, $2.75, $2.98 Cotton Serge Dresses at., $1.00 and $1.25 WINTER UNDERWEAR Look Here for the Good Kind Women's Vests and Pants 43c Union Suits at 50c, 79c, $1.00 Wool Vests at $1.00, $1.25, $1.48 Best Underwear for children at. .25c and 50c Wool Underwear at 30c up Union Suits at 50c Sleeping Garments at 50c ANOTHER BARGAIN LADIES' WAISTS $1.50 pretty Waists. Samples, all differ ent. You have paid $1.25 and $1.50 for Waists not as pretty as these. On sale Friday and Saturday at $1.00 FLANNELETTE ROBES Ladies' Flannelette Night Robes. These are values. Buy now 50c, 69c, 85c Children's Robes, all sizes, at 50c Children's Flannelette Skirts and Drawers. TALK OF TIIE TOWN Kimono aprons at Knight's. Special values in muffs at Abbott's. Comfortables, $1.00 to .tl8. Fitts'. White leatherette gloves, black stitch ing, at Fitts'. See our dresses In window, special to day. Fitts. Blankets; we can save you some mon ey on blankets at Berry's. Buy your rubber footwear at East man Brothers.' We allow 5 per cent, dis count on rubbers and shoe. Reu'iihir S.it.irdar nik-ht dance in How- bind hall, Nov. 7, under the auspices of Biley's orchestra. Indies free. Men's working shoe a specialty, solid bather, soft tan top, atock fully guaran teed. Try a pair. Trice lowcnt in the City, 5 per cent, discount on rubliers and shm s. I .u si man Bi o. At 80c, ladies' outing night robes, heavy outing, made large and roomy, white, ' pink or blue stripes, neatly trimmed. We, ahall ask you only Mile earh for these robes at Berry's on Sat urday. The Tilden Shoe Co., la exhibiting an orange and black li.ard known in the tropic a the Varna crawler. The rep tile measure around II incite in length and ha a head that i half a lor? as the Wlv. How it came to be hilx-rnat- ing in Mranpe, where it waa recently un- Latest styles, under-priced. Collar and Cuff Sets, Collars, colored effects; Vest- ees, Roll Collar; Lace Collars; Organdie Collars. It may be a long time before these wonderful values can be duplicated. Prices. 25c, 39c, 50c, 75c up. A good time to buy now, for Christmas. UII . - 1 j time to buy now, tor Christmas. TALK OF THE TOWN to Blankets that are warm, from tiOo $UW, at Fitt. See the special $2.51 tieHcon blanket robe at Abbott's. To Rent Ort. 1, tenement on Camp street. Grown people preferred. W. F. IUchardscn estate. Sjiecial for Saturday at the Barre Candy Kitchen: Chocolate and maple walnut fu'lpe. 1.1c per Jb.: old-fashioned moli-s rand v. l.V tier lt.; peach bb. soma, lie xr lb.; chop suey, l.V per lb. If. M. Farnham's toth combination ruction sale of bore and other property earthed, i more of a myatery than Rmt j at Montpelier yesterday was a grand of the local nat'irlit can exjJain. The suceesa. Thirty borers, several head of lizard i peculiar to the southern part j J oung cattle, 1 1 shoata, (adill.ic automo of the iMhmu of Panama and ia rarely i bile, farm tool, wagons, carri'ip-n, sled, foiu.d in thi aect on. dame Philips, a I l.arneaaes, blanket, nhip, rtc, were lerk in the F. 1). l add o ' fish mm ket, dipoed of to the tifction of a larpe uncovered the reptile while digging for j number of nera tiad purchaser. C. f. herbs in Oranpe a few dav awo. j Smith, auctioneer. 11 li a f iHlll1illl1T"TiT-rlrimirtTt TWT TaHl -liiMfaWf)i If n n M lialiai 1 1 n si IS isnr i M7 11:4.V Miii hv t tn i heur and tle l nue c-r,l nn, r-.T. it 1 wa t,r ( j, orebestra. All our people will t)-rt and n.i.lr iA 1i S..nt h I Bt to ! j.riwef. j.rf1i l.-rne at P.arre r"" i" !-'"If l t I t h' d to f, : t ...ir. ' i t -i-t ia n oi k inOnr t itx-." i,.r f -r w t 'r': M i li pnw i rltie1. lr-'i, leu i. r. At 7 o'' b k lr. f-nuih P-re ir'a'.fer ttir tir i I,. ! 'ukern of d"'ado w.ll apeak. "t 1 ttle fafe. "lie Old ' for seany j.-nrs iw-d in dneatifwl Vi-!' Tep1." and Mtnmof,.a! , rV m ljfi an I sice ccsul tlure. ( A !ertjen. "!." re g in r Vm. .!,oii!d . a t'at sb'wibl in '" a s g. fii.i nn-l , (rt sil. yr-ie H t lirt'ttH rtxexl. ; I . I I." ' f t 'at-i-or V.r l"'. ... f If! t "t ! 'I I - r . f M f 1 -l p "tt 'I . t ... , .... i i1)! u 1 raiver-a'.-tt Cfctrr a 1..!m T fr I'1. ,.r ,.f-r p-.('! ti i at I'1.'; '!:"iK--t. "7!.- i-:i .f Sis t-ati'V anl t ! i ; r t 11 1 '; t t ' V T. ! ) e " 'H'rt I tr. -f if l'...rl." i lri'" - ? f " .. , I 7; . ' 7 .H and s fairs" M"M ' 1- rfc f-f i ' i i ! 1' r"-m if 1 ' ir l",-l if 1 I t -1 - Tl i;r'': "T Ml 7.3'. S'l'i'lll .-. P.i. . . ' .. . ? l (in ! . . . w f fffc i " , a . I r I ie . T e I t- j 4 r- U- -ikr t "t 7 m , At'-vsi" p-n)- t!'.-l . . tni f ft i I rn ' .ii-i " r ' l-f 7 he ' e . v . a I " ' i t ttj pji;' ! : i i'r s Lt What Is Pay-Day? Just the day when you obtain the money with which to satisfy your creditors? The day on which you have the funds with which to seek amusement? on Is it the DAY when you make a regular addition tt) your bank account? A SAVINGS ACCOUNT in this bank is the means by which "pay-day" is truly a step forward in the march of PROGKESS, and each man. woman, ly or girl who ha? a "par-nav" should lfcin now to save for that time vi hen surplus funds are needed. We pay INTEREST to our depositors an 1 have a nal INTEREST in their projrm?, whether the account le hre or small SAVE PERSISTENTLY The person who accomplishes best results in saving is the one who saves persistently makes it a point to deposit a certain amount of his income regularly in the bank thus building up a good reserve fund for future requirements. Your account is cordially invited. 4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on Savings Accounts QUARRY SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. B. A. EASTMAN. Prm A. f. ABBOTT. V.-Piw. C. M. WILI.EY. Trwia. &fluX I I'll A' 1 i If you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in The Times. Barre Savings Bank & Trust Co, Another Ixti of Thoc Room-Size Axminster and Body Brussells Rugs from the Rirelow Caqi t Co. Thry are the ?ct made. We have over one hundred f these Room-Size Rujrs here for your insin-etion. The patterns arc excellent rc productions of h'ph-prirol lTnp rted ami Domestic Rues and will pive you exec Ik nt satisfaction. A1,- a crmp'ete Y.r. I Irrp-jrted and Domes-tie Li-noleum-s h Ah pj ir.to 1 and inlai'l A. XV. Badger & Co. l Brri'- ire t"firti.r fd Cmtialmers C r;- s rnMl C!' urdh- - . n- t t I i ' ":!. a. ?r . r f. f -, .t, stht t-4 yl-L re--l." '.S tR, 'ft 'at 4)nt. 4 f. f . Ilarrf, -rm"rt -s rtrm wait IT Shop j