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$1.50
Values
Saturday Special
For 98c
Each
Tub Silk Shirt Waist Sale
Saturday morning at eight o'clock, we put on sale one lot of NEW SPRING
MODELS in a very handsome line of Mercerized and Corded Silk Stripes;
styles arc low necks and long sleeves; colors, blue and white, black and white,
lavender and white, and fine roman stripes. , , v ,
These are sold in many places at $1.50 each. Your choice on Saturday, only
98c
See Our Window Display Today
The Homer Fit ts Co.
Spring Goods Arriving Every Day
RAMIE DAILY TIMES
THURSDAY, FEBRlARY 11, 1913.
The Weather
Cloudy to-nijjlit Mini Fridays wanner;
I'ivhIi to HtroiiK HotitliwfKt wimlii.
TALK OF THE TOWN
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CAME FROM SOLDIER FAMILY.
The Late Hiram H. Tilley and Three
Brothers Served In Civil War.
liurlington, Feb. 11. Hiram II. Til
ley died at 2:10 oVUnk yesterday aft
ernoon Ht his home at 123 North Wi
nooski avenue after a week's illnes,
after being in jiuor health all winter,
death being . due V paralysis of the
heart.
Mr. Tilley, who was a vertenui of
V the Civil war, was liorn in WillUton,
Oetober '20. 1H41, the son of Kussell and
Abigail Iaham.Tiiley. He was educat
ed in the schools of Wiiliston and St.
(Jeorjre, the family moving to the lat
ter place when he was quite young. He
was the hist of live brothers,, four of
whom were in the Civil war, three be
in;? in the arne company, Company (I,
ami Vermont. Mr. Tilley enlisted first
in Company H, Kith New York, and
was discharged because of illness. He
re-enlisted in Co. ft, 2nd Vermont, Au
gust 20, 1801, lacking two months of
lciiig 17 years old. He was wounded
May" 4, 18li, at the battle of Mary's
Heights, being transferred to the vet
eran reserve corps July 1, of that year,
of which he was made company clerk.
He was discharged September 13,
IStil.
After the close of the war Mr. Tilley
lolowed his trade as a wheelwright at
Tamaipia, and Williamsport, Pa., later
moving to St. (leorge, where he fol
lowed his trade and also conducted a
farm. In l!tO!l he came to liurlington
to live. '
lie married Deeemlter 20, 1SH.", Anna
M. Kllinger of Williamsport, I'a., who
(.uivives him with two children, a son,
Martin E. Tilley of. Portsmouth, N. H.,
and Margaret, who resides at home.
He was a member of Stannard post.
No. 2, O. A. It., of this city, Patriot
lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M., of Hines
Iiurg, and of which he was secretary for
21 consecutive years, retiring in
He was a charter member of I.a Plotte
chapter, 0. K. K, of Hinesburg.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Three-reel special feature at the Tlijoil
to-day, "The Coveted Heritage."'
The MeWhorter Co. are offering their
entire line of men's and boys' winter
overcoats from 2o to 50 per cent, dis
count. Camille Fabricotti. a former resident
of Havre, who has been making an ex
tended stay in Stone Mountain, Ga., ar
rived in the city this morning from New
York, where he has been visiting friends
for a few days since returning from the
South. Mr. Fabricotti plans to spend
the remainder of the winter in this city.
H. J. M. .'ones of Jones Hroa., M. 11.
Jlyle of the Globe Granite Co. of Mont
pelier, and John A. Cross of Cross liros.
of Northlield, comprising a special com
mittee from the liarre Granite Manufac
turers' asociation, left late last night
for Boston, where, they will represent
the local organization at a special meet
ing of the National Association of Gran
ite Industries, which was called at 10:30
o'clock this forenoon in Young's hotel.
The liarre delegates will return to the
citv to-morrow morning.
TALK OF THE TOWN
Great Serial at the Pavilion To-day.
One of the best serial productions ever
attempted by Broadway and photoplay
stars will be' shown at the Pavilion to
day. It is the first episode of "The Ex
ploits of Elaine," written by Charles
Goddard, directed by lopold Wharton
and enacted by Arnold Daly, the famous
liroadway star, who needs no introduc
tion to the theatre-going public of Barre.
The leading female part" is taken by
Pearl White, picturedom's cleverest per
former, and the work of Miss White and
Mr. Daly easily surpass any ever seen in
a serial. The' balance of the east is up
to the expectation of the most critical
and the entire story has nut with in
stant success wherever shown. An epi
sode of this picture will be shown in this
theatre every Thursday. To-day, in ad
dition to "The Exploits of Elaine," three
other classy reels will be shown, while
the change" of vaudeville makes a pro
gram of merit. Advt.
Citizens' caucus, opera bouse, to-night
at 7:30. Let everybody attend.-
V. Burton Eovee of St. Albans and
C. R. Burnham of Tiyegate were among
the business visitors in the city to-day.
Alexander Troup of North Main street
lett this morning for Wells River, where
he will remain for a brief business visit.
Charles C. Kenyon of MereHant street
returned yesterday from St. Albans,
where he attended an installation of the
uniform rank. Knights of Pythias. In
his ollieial capacity of adjutant, Mr.
Kenyon reviewed the St. Albans rank.
A hearing in East Barre justice court
will lie held early in the coming week on
selling charges "preferred against two
Spanish nuarrymen, who were arrested
in a raid conducted by Barre Town offi
cers last Saturday night. Each of the
resKndents lias 'furnished bail in the
sum of $3."0. On complaints made to
Town Grand Juror W. A. Cutler, Deputy
Sheriff W. E. Bixby, James dimming
und Dennis Donahue visited two houses
near the Straiton quarry. From each
dwelling they took quantites of beer Bnd
liquor. The" respondents have already
pleaded not guilty to the charges and
have retained counsel. Justice A. C.
Dickey will preside at the hearing.
Ice harvesting on the millpond at
South Barre as well as at Peck's pond
on the quarry road has ended, after one
ot the most favorable seasons in several
vears. The local ice company. Ward A
Sun, has cut and stored in its several
storehouses more than 7,000 tons of ice
since the first cold snap in late Decem
ber. The bulk of the crop was gathered
soon after the mercury went down to r2
degrees below the zero mark at Christ
inas time, as a second period of cold
weather put the ponds in excellent shape
for the work. In big figures the ieemen
believe they have sawed and transferred
to storage quarters more than H.000,000
pounds of ice of first q.iality. The tee
attained unusual thickness ami the iitf.iNM
cakes garnered during the seaison will
average 2.0 pounds each in weight.
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I Overcoat r rices I hat Will nease x ou
r i,oi. AnntAnA tr rfivp von rin onnortunit v to purchase Winter
Overcoats at extremely low prices. To clean up the entire stock at
once, we shall allow a discount of 25 per cent on all Men's and Boys
Winter Overcoats. With a very few exceptions the Coats are of this
season's styles and patterns. .
A small number of Coats, not purchased this season, will be sub
ject to a 33 1-3 to 50 per cent discount
Now is the time to Overcoat the boys. Complete line of sizes
from 4 to 18 years. Balmacaans, Chinchillas. Kerseys, Friezes and
Scotch Mixtures arc included in the stock.
Sec our window for a demonstration of what we are offering.
The Frank MeWhorter Company
D. C. Kizzi, Commeswo Italiano
New wash goods at Fitls'.
Food sain Saturday,. Episcopal vestry.
See the new wash goods at Vaughan s.
Children's muslin underwear mile at
He, 10c, loe, 2.rc, at Vaughan's,
Citizens' caucus, opera house, to-night
at 7:30. I't everybody attend.
To-night is ladies' night at the Buzzcll
rink. Ice in fine condition. Seven o'clock.
Mrs. It. I). Carpenter of Roxbury is
visiting relatives in the city for a few
days.
The bov should have a new overcoat.
See the MeWhorter Co. and save a few
dollars.
Mrs. Charles Wales of Rutland, who
has been visiting friends in the city for
the past few days, has returned home.
James McDcrment ot urooKiiem is
spending a few days in thr city as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Tilden
of upper Prospect street.-
Nearly 50 children in full evening dress
participate in the Tom Thumb wedding
to-night. Come and see them at How
land hall,
The Danish brotherhood will hold a
masquerade ball in the K. of C. hall Sat
urday night, Feb. 20. Tickets, 50c each.
Riley's orchestra will furnish music. Re
freshments served. Everybody invited.
The Indian banquet and dance com
mittee have their plans nearly complet
ed for their annual banquet. Feb. 2(1 is
the date chosen, and the affair is to be
held in the Clan Gordon hall.
This morning while driving up North
Main street, Charles Villa, a Granite
street man, had a rather disagreeable
dump. He was driving a rather spirited
horse ami when he got too near the side
walk opposite the Moore &. (Mens cloth
ing store, the sleigh struck a post. Th;
shock turned it turtle and broke off part
of the sleigh body. He was dragged as
far as the Hub restaurant before the
horse saw lit to stop. In this distance
nearly all the body of the sleigh was
stripped off, but Mr. 'tlla escaped with
out any very serious injury.
William Craig of Hrook street left the
city last evening for New York, where
he will visit relatives until Saturday,
when he exMcts Ut sail on the American
liner Philadelphia, for Glasgow, proceed
ing thence to Aberdeen for a sojourn of
several months in the scenes of bis boy
hood. Mr. Craig is one of the many
ocean going travelers ho tielieve that
the star spangled banner is a pretty good
looking flag to have at the masthead
these days. In specifying an American
owned Isiat when he engaged reserva
tions, Mr. Craig did the thing that hun
dreds of other travelers have lieen doing
since the Berlin decree with iepcct to
waters in the war Wine was promulgated
a few days ago.
From the attorneys for Maurice Gold
stein, the alleged owner of slot ma
chines, four in number, seized by the po
lice a few weeks ago, notice was re- '
ceived in city court last night that the
proprietor hail waived all rights to con
testing the court' 'order to destroy the!
gum venders. When Magistrate II. W
Scott announced his findings a short time 1
ago ami intimated that the law hadiily
one fate in store for the furniture, At-j
torney R. A. Hoar declared he would I
carry the cse to the highest court in
the state. Apparently this decision was
reconsidered. Judge Nutt is preparing
a destruction warrant which he will place
in the hands of the police late to-dsy or
to-inorrowt In obedience to the require
ments of the warrant, the ollicers will
put the axe to four polished mk cabinets
designated as guiiililiug implements by
the court's findings. Several bundles of
chewing gum seircd with the machines
will lie destroyed also.
AI. Priddv," or Frederick Kcnvofl
drown, he is K-tter known in private
life, delivered an interi-sting lec ture on j
'( ibbletones in the Melting Pot," be
fore a sieable gathering of men anl
women in tin' First IYehj terian church j
last night. Owing to the fact that a
number of counter attractions hsd N-en
Issiked for the same etcnitijr. the attend- I
anee scarcely approximated the expect-)
lions of those who had the lot ure in
band. But those who niiriitsred them-,
selics a auditor of Mr. Brown had no
reason to regret it. This evening "AI.
Priddy" will five the tirt f two r -lures
in t.ramte ilte. His topic will con
cern xune of the absorbing subject
which he considered when addressing
Baire audiciK-cs. Rev. Edgr Cropland,
who is entertaining Mr. Brown, will ae- j
i-onipsny the sinker to t.rsniteville. ;
While in the city Mr. Brown ha h th
pleasure of riwiiig acquaintance with,
few of bis classmates t lrtmoiithj
college, among them ts- ieg CecrctrT Ma'- I
oil P. Hinmn if the l.in;te Mnufe
turer' asition.
TALK OF THE TOWN
February imislin underwear salo at
Vaughan's.
February salo new neckwear at the
Vaughun Store.
Citizens' caucus, opera bouse, to-night
at 7:110. Let everybody attend.
The MeWhorter Co. can save you dol
lars on men's and boys' overcoats.
Choicest line of valentines at Miss
Walker's, corner Pearl and Main streets.
To-night is ladies' night at the Ruxzell
rink. Ice in fine condition. Seven o'clock.
The Sunday school teachers of the
Haptist church will meet to-night in the
church vestry ut 0.--15 for their regular
teachers' meeting. The prayer meeting
will be held at 7:30, subject, the fourth
and lil'th chapters of Romans.'
Business in the quarter ending Feb. 1
at city court was slower than in any
other quarterly period since P.J10. Ow
ing to a change in the statutory pro
vision for making reports to the state
auditor, the latest report of City .fudge
H. W. Scott covers December and Jan
uary alone, whereas the regular reports
under normal circumstances .are to be
made every three months. 'Heginning
Feb. 1, the usual schedule will be fol
lowed. In December and January. 2d
cases were recorded in court, and tines
and costs paid in to the state amounted
to $114.03. From the state treasury the
court received the sum of $1 05.00 t'o be
disbursed among court officers. Rack in
1911 there was a quarterly period when
only 112 eases were reported, while in
1910 the total in one quarter was much
smaller. With scarcely an- exception In
the past decade, the winter quarters, as
they are called, were prolific of fewer
arrests than in toe other quarters. On
the first day of the present month there
were 11 arrests and indications point to
a big month's business in court.
a-jnCV A regular meeting of Hiawa-jUv-ii
tha lodge, No. 'Jo. I. O. O. F.,
smJ."- be held Thursday evening
ut 7:30.
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A special value in Children's Fleece-lined Vests; Z
regular 25c garment; small sizes only; Gray, with
an extra heavy fleece. For this week for 25c.
A few Pants of the same
20 Per Cent. Off Flannelette Undergarments t
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The cold weather is still witn us anu wm ue mueii
nitely. Finish out this winter with new ones. Lay
them aside and use them next year. It's mean
money to you ''
LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL
FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE
: HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt.
Successor to Veale & Knight i
Regular meet
ing of Ra r re
aerie, 1.573, F.
O. K., Thursday
evening at 7:30
in Eagles' hall.
Red Men wishing to at
tend Washington's birth
day celebration Friday,
Feb. 10, can get tickets
from the following com
mittee: .Mex Ross, Rob
ert Wright, (liarles Scott,
('leorge Brand, Ira Wright,
Peter Brown, William F.
Walker, Joseph Collins.
Harry Forsyth, James
Punlwir, James M. Taylor, James Mc
Donald, Joseph Frascr. James Hothnie.
Try and secure your tickets on Satur
day. Feb. 13, so as to give the committee
a chance to get rmy.
PAVILION
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EATRE
THE SHOW SHOP OF QUALITY
VAUDEVILLE
Cornelia & Sherman
Singing, Talking, and Clever Dancing
Changed Daily PHOTOPLAYS Changed Daily
The Exploits of Elaine
The first installment of the best serial ever released Arnold Daly
and Pearl White in the leading roles
The Blue Flame
Itn two reels, introducing Dick Little, secret service operative
Biograph Presents
The Home-made Army
A sure gloom-chaser
MRS. BEN. H. TASSIE, Pianist
ADULTS, 10c Small Children, 59c Per Dozen
TOO LATE TO BE CL ASSIFIED
FOB SALE -To make room for breeding
pens. I oner Ifr snie a punris in myinK
condition. K. M.
telephone & 1 T-J.
While. 27 I'liland venu
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Take Malt Extract Now
EXPERIENCED DOMESTIC NI RSE w.nttl
rk by the liour. I mil at 33 fcouth Msm (
trer, or telephone
2lsltt,
FOR SALE- Dry tl(-k Kiwi. I3.O0 ir run
delivered; ln eednr po1. W. P. Cheney,
telephone t4-4, Hmrre. U zon
WANTED - Ptsutinn m mmnmirer or forenimn
of rrmniie rutlinn iinl, by m mmn of several
mrs' eierieiire ; best of reffrenrr furntajifd
if desired. Addres J. K. Msmiii. Whnks-k
street. M..nlpelier. VI.; 'phone 4:a-M. 2tUi
DREAMLAND
THEATRE
The North Mountaineers
A pencil if two part
Kilem, with Tom Moort
Broncho Billy Rewarded
i;rjlx!y Ln "Prmnlio lUlly"
Lst, bot Not Lent, It One cf Those
Famous Geo. Ade Comtdies,
Entitled
The Fable if the Family That
Did Tco Much for Keilii
MRS. J. NELSON CLIDDEN, Pi.Bwt
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A bottle of our Tonic Malt Extract contains
great vitalizing power. It stimulates circula
tion and increases the blood supply. It is
also a great aid to digestion. It helps you to
get greatest value from the food you eat. A
tine tonic food for mothers, invalids, convales
cents and those who suffer from cold weather.
20c per bottle, 3 for 50c
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DROWN'S DRUG STORE
DRUGS AND KODAKS
48 North Main Street
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Special Sale on
Preserving Kettles
in gray, mottled, and blue and white
ware. These goods are our own regular
high-grade enameled ware. These will
be sold for a few days only at 30 per
cent, discount.
C W. AVERILL & COMPANY
BARKC VERMONT
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6 Nights, Commencing Monday, Feb. 15.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
The liver Popular
KLARK - URBAN COMPANY
In a Repertoire of New York Successes
Mondav Evening .Charles Klein's Greatest Success
THE THIRD DEGRI
A o!iJ car of pccial Kcnery. Hich cla vaudeville between the set. Charge of
p'ay at each pert rmancc.
Prices 10c, 20c and 3Dc, a few at 50c
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