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TJIK HAKHK DAILY TIMES, HATUtK, VT.. THUKSDAT, JULY 13, 1015. 1-1- 0 The Crash You Like Best Is Here For SATURDAY SPECIAL We have just received a ship ment of Barnesley's Bleached Crash a very fine, durable crash, suitable for "glass tow eling." We are marking this crash at a very attractive price for Saturday only regular price 12 l-2c Saturday Sale, 9 l-2c yd. The Homer Fitts Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES TALK OF THE TOWN THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1913. The Weather Increasing cloiulineaa, proltably fol lowed bv ahowera lute to-nicht or Fri- duyt 1'gl't to moderate variable wind, j AMwitt' Mm. R Lamorey'e $.10 and $35 mlU for $21.60 bperial cut irui on naraaola at Ab botfa. flinrolute Ice cream at Cutumlnga 4 Lewis , rMiita and coata at one-half price. TALK OF THE TOWN TCew thines in wash (roods at Abbott's Ttrplvn.Hollnr and a half suits at $9.65. Lamorey. Lemon cream sherbet to-day at Cum mine . Lewis'. Annual sale of bed spreads, sheets and clips at Yaughan s. Orange cream sherbet, vanilla and car amel ice cream at Brown's drugstore. The McWTiorter Co. are showing some splendid lines of children's wash suits. We still have ft good showing of re frigerators at all prices. Cash or easy payments. ' Hooker & Co. Mrs. Joseph Susena and daughters left the city this morning for Mount Airy, N. C, where they are to join Mr. Susena, who preceded them several weeks ago. The family is to make its home in Mount Airy, where Mr. Susena has secured em ployment in the granite industry. Arrangements for the annual three cornered round robin of the Barre, Mont pelier and Greensboro Golf clubs have been completed and Aug. 13 and 14 have been fixed a the dates tor the event. The course at Greensboro is to furnish a setting for the match and according to the tentative schedule, Montpelier Coun try club will meet the Greensboro club on the afternoon of Friday, Aug. 13. On the following morning the Barre Golf club will try its mettle with the Mont pelier team and in the afternoon of Sat urday, Aug. 14, Greensboro and Barre will try conclusions. Kach team is to consist of 14' men. Last year Barre won the first leg of the three-cornered contest and two more victories for the local golfers insure possession of the cup put vp Ty the three clubs. TALK OF THE TOWN July sale summer dresses at Vaughan's Our $15 suits for $10.05. Lamorey Suits that were $22.50, now $16.50, at Lamorey s. Try your favorite college ice at Cum mings & Lewis'. The Brighten-All reversible polish mop is two mops in one. Hooker's. Sadlier's, fteith avenue; hammockb, lawn and porch furniture, refrigerators, ice. chests, etc. Mrs. Harry Colby left this morning for Chicopee, Mass., where she intends to make a visft of indeterminate length. Miss Cora Nichols, who has been mak ing an extended stay with relatives in Webster, Mass., arrived in the city last evening. :. Mrs. Frank F. Cave of French street left the citv early this afternoon for a stay of several weeks with friends at cf the season with the Barre A.'C. Old Orchard, Me. Stephen M. Driscoll of St. Albans, a traveling agent for the Central Vermont railroad, was among the business visitors in the city yesterday and to-day. Oscar Anierlinger, known in the propa ganda as "the Kansas farmer," will ad dress a. gathering in city park next Mon day evening under the auspices of the Socialist local. Mrs. Alexander Grant. Mrs. George Aitken and Jessie and Anna Emslie of Hardwick. arrived yesterday and are vis iting in the city for a few days with relatives and Jriends. Mrs. James Sim and daughter of the Miles block left to-day for Burlington, vhero they are to make an extended visit with Mr. Sim, who has been em ployed in the Queen city for several months. Summer Shirts! We have just received many new styles and patterns in Summer Shirts. The Sport Shirts, made different than the other fellow. We are showing several patterns in an ex ceptionally good quality Shirt, while they last, at 65c. - See them in our window. The Frank McWhorter Co. TALK OF THE TOWN Lamorey't $20 suits for $14.05. Sale gloves and neckwear at Vaughan's. Caramel ico cream at Cummings A Lewis'. Twenty-five dollar suits for $18.65, at Lamorey's. Munsing union suits irora ma mc- Wliorter Co. A coolinjr shave in a sanitary environ ment at Hoss' l)epot square barber shop. Another lot of those popular m.o adjustable couch hammocks expected to morrow at I looker s. Hot doughnuts, fried while you wait, at the food sale Saturday, Presbyterian church i also plenty of baked beans. The annual A. O. If. ptcnie will ne held at Dewey park Saturday, July 17. here wijl be dancing and prue contests throughout the afternoon. ' Miss Bern ice Cross and Miss i.veiyn Cross and Miss Bessio Jones of North -field returned home last night after vis iting friends in the city for a short time. G. II. Hutehins of East Bnrre was a visitor in the city yesterday on his way home from Winona, N. H., where he at tended the funeral'of John Mclntyre, a former resident here. Mrs. Anthony Gasiiarello and two daughters of Merchant street returned last evening from a visit of a fortnight with relatives in Boston, Quiney, Mass., and New York. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Beattie of Enosburg Falls, who have been visiting at the home of William Wescott of 20 Nelson street, have returned home Harold Wes cott returned with them and will make a short visit there. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Houghton of klm street returned last evening from a week's motor trip through New Hamp shire and Maine to Old Orchard Beach, where they made a few days' visit with friends. To-morrow Mr. Houghton and James R. Mackay will go to Highgate Springs for an outing on Missisquoi bay. Joe Ridlon, a star infielder whose work with t"he varsity team at the University of Vermont last spring was watched with interest by many baseball fans, arrived in the city this morning from York Beach, Me., and will play the remainder Un til recently Mr. Ridlon w-as connected with the York Beach team. Not every Ford was raised to be a Jit ney. A man who conceivably might have been a commercial salesman, raced half the length of the, business section on North Main street this morning, hailed the driver of a small touring car, and had started to load his luggage in tin rear seat when the pilot coolly assured him that he was not in the transporta tion business. A number of buyers from this city ac companied D. A. Perry to Graniteville yesterday to attend the aucttion sale of the Gilbert property in the upper vil lage. A store building brought $2,650 and a dwelling occupied by the Gilbert family was knocked down for $2,200. The owner's name will be announced lat er. Store fixtures, stock and miscellane ous articles brought good prices. The sale completed the disposal of property offered to the public after the Gilbert bankruptcy petition was filed several months ago. This afternoon Auctioneer Perry went to Montpelier, where he con ducted sale of household furnishings at 161 Barre street. The property was of fered at auction to close an estate. Cutters from Jones Bros.' nlant in the north end carried their kiU to the Birr? campaign, each seized a broom, separated W. Bralev of Burlington is passing several days at Hotel isarre, See who is at the Hi ion to-day 'race v unara, -rraiici Ford, aim Wary I'UK ford. Advt. Mrs. II. W. Shores of 22 Hall stree has cone, to St. Johnsburv for & visit with relatives. "Phone ua your orders for ice cream delivered free 1o any part' of the city iirown s drugstore, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lane of Newton Mass., were among the motor visitors at Hotel Barre yesterday. Mrs. Stanley 11. Moore of Lancaster, N. II., is spending several days with friends in Barre and vicinity. ft. A. Korkwood of Academy street left this morning for Mornsville, where he will visit for a short time. Mrs. L. Richmond and Jliss W.J. Rich mond of Randolph were among the visit ors in the city yesterday and to-day. First showing Saturday at Hooker's of the new rugs for fall in carpet sizes Over 150 patterns for your inspection. Maurice Sanderson of Buffalo, N. Y., arrived this morning and will make a week's visit with relatives in the city, Miss Mae McCarthy of South Main street left this morning for Burlington, where she will visit relatives and friends. The Ida Read W. C. T. U. will meet to-morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. F. D. Beckley, 6 Park street. Mrs. Albert Raymond of Montreal, who has been making a several days' visit in this city and vicinity, returned borne this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Menard of Springfield, Mass., returned home this morning, after visiting relatives in the city for the past two weeks. Miss Mabel Stuart of Amsterdam, N. Y., who has been making a several days' visit at the home of Miss Kate Olliver of East! street, returned home this morning. Members and friends of the L. A., A. 0. H., are cordially invited to attend the lawn social at the home of Mrs, .fames Sullivan, 21 Brooklyn street, Thursday, from 2 to 5 p. m. Dr. L. F. Woodward, R. S. Woodward and Stanley Butler, who have been pass ing several days with friends in the city, lt-f t the city this morning for thetr home in Worcester, Mass. The ladies' auxiliary of the Presbyte rian church will hold a food sale at the church Saturday afternoon from 2 to o'clock. Those donating food kindly send same to church as soon after 1 o clock as possible. Among the Barre business visitors yes terday and to-day were W. B. Glynn of Saxtons River, Chester Ordwav of Proc torsville, C. R. Schoff of Henniker, N. H., J. E. McAuliffe of Burlington and Wil liam Martin of Derby. Frank Amproni, a former resident of Barre, who now reside in North Adams, Mass., arrived in the city this morning for a visit of several days. Mr. Amproni was accompanied by his two daughters, who will pas the remainder of the sum mer in this city and Montpelier. An east side poultry fancier, puzzle J by the continued disappearance of young chicks which he had penned in a mov able coon, identified the marauder as a weasel and set about to capture the thief. A real or fancied disturbance among the feathered denizens of the cage one morn ing recently awoke the fancier and hi wife. Peering through a second story window in the murky hour that precedes the dawn, the man and his wife thought tl,ey discerned the four-footed miscreant on the lawn at the rear of the house, Having hurriedly decided on a plan of MONTPELIER Twelve Scores in One Inning Gave Vic tory to Y. M. C. A. Over Clerks. Three hits, four errors, and three passes, w ith a few passed balls thrown in for good measure, served to net the Y. M C. A. team of the City league 12 runs in tne eighth inning, giving them a 13 to 4 victory over the Clerks yesterday. Until the fatal eighth, the Clerks, had a to I lead, and although Scott was fast losing the use of his arm, lamed by Saturday's game, were reasonably sure of landing the game, until a couple of errors by Heiiaon and Ballard started the deluge of base hits and wild throws. Laird relieved Scott with two men out, after eight men had crossed the rubber, and proceeded to hand cut passes to three batters. Shepard, the sixteenth man to go to bat, finally ended the agony by grounding out. Tim Y. M. C. A. team scored its first run in the fourth inning, Cullen singling, to be brought home by a screeching double to deep left by Stew art. Scott pitched a heady game, but worked under a big handicap with a sore wing. The Clerks were practically handed three runs in the first inning by their opponents. Henson walked for a starter and was sacrificed to second by Sher burne. Scott doubled; scoring Henson, stole third and came home on an error by Stewart. Milo sent a slow roller to Lumpcrti, who threw home to catch Laird, and the latter scored when H. Laird dropped the ball. The Clerks made a slight rally in the ninth, which netted them one run. Laird struck out but reached first when H. Laird failed to hold the third strike and stole second. Milo was hit in the foot by a pitched ball and Duke doubled. Laird scored, !ut Milo was caught at the plate by Cullen's perfect throw to home. Jayne, batting for Ballard, singled, but Sibson rolled out to short. The summary: Y. M. C. A. I CLEKKS h do a e' h po a e mlth, Sd..., 10 4 0 Henson, 2d.-... 0 8 12 Cullen, cf.... 1 1 1 O'Sherburne, 3d. 0 1 1 0 Lampertl, -. 1 1 Z 2 Scott, p. cf... 1 8 2 u F. Laird, let. 2 IS OiA. Laird, cf. p 0 1 0 1 Stewart, 2d... 1 4 lMUo c . 0 4 2 0 Clark. If 1 0 0 0 Duke, lit 18 0 0 Shepard. cf... 1 1 0 0 Ballard. 10 3 2 H. Laird, .... 0 fl 1 1 Sibson. If 0 1 0 1 Farrar. p.... 0 13 0 Edward, rf... 110 0 IfJayna 10 0 0 Total 82614 4 Totals 4 24 9 Score by innings: y. M. C. A 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 12 .IS Clerks 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 Run (Y. M. C. A.) Smith 3, Cullen J, Lampertl 2, F. Laird 2, Stewart 2, Shepard. Karrar; (Clerks! Henson. Scott. A. Laird 2. Two-bam hits Stewart. Scott, Duke, Ballard Stolen base Smith, Scott 2. Laird. Hits Off BceO, 7 in 7 2-8 innings. Bases on balls Off Scott 8, off Laird 8. Struck out By Scott 4. by Karrar 6. Pouule plays Smith to Stewart to F. Laird : Stewart, unassisted. nit by pitcher Milo. F. Laird. mho out, n toucnintr nrst t Batted for Ballard in ninth. League Stendinf. Won. Lost Y. M. C. A. 0 Clerks 1 I Spanish A. C 0 1 Teoney 0 2 GRANITEVILLE. There will be five reels of moving pio tures In Gilliert's hall to-morrow night. Special feature, the third episode of "The Master Key." Carrol's . orc.lie. tra will furnirth miisio for the moving picture show. Dancing after the show. Adv. Regular meeting or innetta coun cil, No. 10, D. of P., Thursday July 15, at .7:30. Adoption. Refreshments will be served by circle No, 2. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED FARM FOR SALE OS acres: extra snod buildings ; wood and lumber enough to pay for it i 4 miles to Chelsea, 5 to Washington i no wticliKrass, no atones, all machine mow ing; 1,000 sugar trees, good sugar house; 800 fruit trees : hay not cut, go with farm if sold in a few days; coma and sea it; you will buy It if you want a farm ; I have saw-mill and no time to look after it. Geo. W. Flint, Wash ington, Vt, 10818 WANTED Man to follow traveling crane. George Stralton. 108tf FOR SALE Household furniture. Including parlor suite, parlor stove, several odd chairs, oil stove, parlor table and small tables; many other articles, too numerous to mention; fur niture Is the property of Wm. Black, re moved, and must be sold. Call at 4 Long street. 103US New Arrivals IN OUR UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT including" Combinations, Corset Covers, Robes, Muslin and Crepe, and those new Circular Skirts. . Some of these are dupli cates of those you've seen while others are new pat terns and all very neat and pretty. , See our Crepe Robes at 59c and our Skirts at 87c and $1.00 Henry W. Knight, Successor to Veale & Knight ttttttttttttttat u i THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases Our line of Trunks includes the square and oval top shapes, with and without straps. The sizes run from 28 inches to 40 inches in size, .and the prices from $3.50 to $12.50 lined, Straw Percent. l.OflO .600. .000 .000 railroad ysrd yesterday afternoon and worked until the whistle sounded on a stone which arrived from the quarries jn the morninj. The stock is to be used a a base for a monumental job which Jonci Bros, are cutting and its unusual dimen sions gave risa to some doubt in the minds of the trainmen as to whether it would make the north end plant in "the clear," as the railroad men say. The stone was to measure 14 feet and eijfht inches in width, a dimension which would I na.o uju-iru me car 19 pass riy two telephone pole which flank the rail road track near the Smith, Whitcomb & Cook plant. Stonecutters having whit tled away enough of the granite to pr mit its through transportation, the big stone was moved to Jones Bros', this forenoon. at the front door and started in opposite directions around the house. Husband and wife reached a given point and wer. very presently flogging with thetr broom a very tinresponsivo weasel. When the first flush of battle had subsided the fancier and his ally suddenly concluded that something was wrong and in a so ber, second survey of the scene they dis covered that the supposed weasel was a discarded hat which the children had left in the ysrd. An angular feather reach ing out from the headgear had given to tl.e millinery the appearance, in the un certain light, of a weasel or cat, V. An Answer to The Qecsllloe off Qmiallllly may be found at our store. We have solved the question for our customers through years of ex perience in which we have learned that quality is the true test of cheapness. We apply the quality test in our own buying, and urge you to do the m same. 0 3 If you arc interested in getting the best drugs and drug sundries at lowest possible prices, prices consistent with quality, then we invite you to add your name to our list of satisfied customers. The Barre Dreg Co. The Progressive rtiarmacy Zanleonl Clock 237-239 North Main Street Barre, VL PUyjTound Notes. Team No. 2 of Berlin street and No, of (iospel village fought 2 innings to a 5 to tie yeaterday afternoon, the shades ot night putting a final quietus on the struggle tor supremacy. Alexander and Starr did the battery work for the tea from Lincoln campus and Caldi-rara and Gianni oppoaed. 1. A. C.'a practice was one of the contributing fattora to the early termination of the came. A large crowd of boys at the North Barre plavground ir ported to t!e in tructor as candidates for the flyard dash trials. The time' last night was given over principally to pition on the mark an J quirk starting. So vers I showed themaclvea to be very peeiy in getting on at the signal. To-morrow'a game. No. 1 s. No. 3 at Linwla campus, will be started at 2 oVInrk. . A number of parent, were at the Nott'i Barre ground last nipht after the suit per bour, 1 her ecioved thm-lr- watching the little one, sporting on the apparatus. VesWilays baseball frame, wbi.b i scheduled for Ijmln csirpn". was played at ftetlm street he-au of the better field cwnditifwia. Some h jmrmereH to l-iw!s) ramp u were disappointed in e"t seeinf an; pa me in prnrres there. Herea ftT whn r J-partum is made from th regular schedule nti will be given in aJai .a the f In gremnd ttrefes. n1i4es for the t-S' k team fvport to t' tntrtrnHor arain I" rifM at " e"l4. Fterjiwxfy out and gt a j,la i th team. KASHITEIP. A small amount of routine business wag transacted at the regular' meeting of the city council last evening, there being but three aldermen and the mayor present. Judge Frank Martin appeared n behalf of the Child s Uelfare league to request the council to grant him the privilege of consulting the city attorney as to the best method in obtaining bet tcr homes for children. J he request was referred to the committee on claims From residents of Hubbard street and First avenue a petition was received asking the council not to have the street department spread oil on those streets, The petition was laid on the table. The board of trade asked and obtained per mission to erect tents on the school groupds for the use of the Chautauqua the week of August 7. Thanks were re ceived from the Choral society for the use of the citv ball last May. John H. Senter, jr., of this city, who enlinted last winter in a Canadian regi ment and sailed with the second con tingent of troops from Montreal,' is now a ted at handling camp, Kent, Eng land, and in company with flther mem bers of the regiment is engaged in prac ticing shooting. It is expected that he. will see active service within a tew weeks. . ' . In probate court to-day Albro P. Burnham of Harre was appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Ar.ro V. Haines and Etta M. Haines, both late of Cabot. Thomas Corry of the Barre road has returned from a trip of eight months through the, middle Atlantic and South ern states. Mr. Corry passed a consid-! crable portion of his time in York, Tenn. Neil Bcnrie, ho has been traveling with the SwafTord Stork company, ha- arrived in the city, having left the the. atrical company in Kansille, Que. Mr. Bcnrie was called to Vermont by the simous illness or tits laiivrr ai i.rouw. Mrs. Fred J. Robar o Burlington ar med in the cify la-t evening for a few davs' visit with Mrs. Edwin Hutehins, her mother. A son ss born yesterday to Mr. and Mr. Ira Carr of Bailer avenue. Automobile partus registered at the Pavilion hotel: Mr. and Mrs. John J. IMiartv, Edward A. t anger and Miss Marr thalen of Pciehkeepeie, . 1 Mra. Ijemuel f'ichmnnd and Mi Wnii fred Bichmmid of Ran,lol; Mr. an Mra. U. S. Haiker. Montclair. V. J and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scott. Philadel phi a. LEATHER BAGS Leather with single and double handles. Bags, all sizes. Prices on Bags from 50c to $8.50 SUIT CASES From the $1.00 Straw to a genuine Cow Hide, at $10.00. THE BIG BUSY UNION STORE Union Clothing Co. Depot Square Barre, Vermont ittttsat ! New Goods at the New Store For that Picnic or Auto Party : : : Large fancy Olives in bottles 10c, 18c, 23c In bulk Plain, per quart, 40c; Stuffed, quart, 45c A full line of those famous Sunshine Cookies at prices that are right. A complete line of Williams' Tickles in bulk or bottles. A nice, line of Canned Meats for sand wiches. Moxie, Grape Juice, also Ginger Ale. , We Invite Your Inspection of Our Meat Department In which you will find a choice line of Veal, Spriny Lamb, Western Beef, Pork, Fowls, etc. A complete line of Vegetables Fancy Green Teas, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Cabbage, Turnips, Beets and String Beans. . . , Our order teams are out and solicit your patron age. Special team for dinner orders. Remember, we give 5 per cent, discount for goods taken at store. t : Houghton & Robins Tel. 258 N. Main St. Barre, VL $ Annual le of linen towels now on at Vaughan'a, f'lw-ial trt-dar at Pmnna fountain orange rream sbrtbH. BARRE OPERA HOUSE iOKTt . rTT?, tm-m HO IN. hwst Met. 7"e last's r? tle ViTlsr lnr,r",rnTt mtwwif ," tv r- ire fTam a.M sfT enn-nwis, etHsr e-reei.tif .?', 17. Murine 1 e lnl rv-1 If . h, m,i4 u Bis'aim.i.s. tr e . i Th fTi Shadow lo hunhinc To-night at 7.30 Three New Act of Vaudeville PICTURES K i-ath tri ta wrt,V. "! tale r to fSe S"t at""T $re .! er mi f fj I YJfjJI fvr -'. -'t i: I frl ! J e e V r ft I I '4 A If I :i?:tnlittl lil a T0 art 1.1 f Tt With a Hiri at SUW rti.t f t vt tut The Pretty Policeman' a TmrrT nil t ! , VaodfiiTle CTjarrwJ MtmJit n4 Trxiaj rcf ore CT!-rrMj Ij?t PAVILION THEATRE THE TELLTALE HEART A rhnllin episode r4 th most popular serial of iha day, "The t'sploits of Elaine" ON THE STROKE OF TWELVE A aupwh three part mtsferpiet e made b Idisoa and featuring Gertrude McCoy COME ROUND AND TAKE THE ELEPHANT AWAY-Hw and dynamite twiiSt Hchea aa elephant ONE OTHER GOOD REEL 7-OUALITY REELS 7 ADULTS, 10c Small Children, 59c Per Dozen t w (EE!. A Big 25c L-V Dust Cloth TrwhJ ViJ LIQUID VENEER Tvs e j i ajSHs a en lea syetj, assw pa t L-V Dsrsrt Ct re ,rW , I. i. a A WONDER WORKER c m mt erl C-. re tS tvka tie s ' " i e-e east sjssaraBssasT la aasra a ana saam. C. W. Avcrill & Co. 4 H I If I V i we '- r-k t ; I Adm!4n. 1 ft fr.jJcrr. m. i k,. '-t''t ""'v. V lit.T1t X- '