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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.. MONDAY, AUGUST 0. 1915.
8 Right Time To buy lace flouncing but at better-than-right prices. By "better-than-right" we mean, lower prices than the season and quality justify. Call and sec this odd lot taken from regular stock. Values up to $2.75, now, per, yard, 98c. Undermuslins Excellent in quality and very pleasing In sryle, dainty and desirable. We can always interest you in our undermuslin department. Neckwear You can always find dainty neck pieces for these hot muggy days. You can't have too many neck fixings in 6ummer. Call and see the line. Only few Coats and Suits at a BIG REDUCTION The Homer Fitts Company PICNIC ONE OF BEST. Rangers' Football Club and Friends at - Caledonia Park. The Barre Rangers Football club pic nic was held at Caledonia park Saturday and was one of the boat yet held by the elub, there beinpr 300 persona present. The dancing pavilion was in charge of Alexander MeKinnon, Alexander Watt and William Melville. Refreshment were served during the afternoon. The following sports took place: Small girls' race Mary Wilson, 1st; Ruth McKnight, 2d; Jennie Anderson, 3d. Girls' race Maggie Clark, 1st; Maggie Gordon, 2d; Bella, Walker, 3d. Small bovs' race John Garabaldi, 1st; Leslie Webster, 2d; Alexander Wilcox, 3d. Boys' race John Walker, 1st; James Thompson, 2d; John Greig, 3d. Married ladies' race Mrs. John Du gnid, 1st; Mrs. Charles Greig, 2d; Mrs. William Smith, 3d. f J'oung ladies' race Bella Thompson, 1st; Jessie Taylor and Mary Gcals, tied for 2d and 3d. Married men's race John Puguid, 1st; James Stewart, 2d; Charles Greig, 3d. Ladies' place kick Bella Thompson, 1st; Mr. C. Greig, 2d; Mary Will, 3d. One hundred-yard mm. Frank Wilson, 1st; John Duguid, 2d; James Duncan, 3d. Single men' race Alexander Innis, 1st; Frank McPherson, 2d; Alexander Talmer, 3d. A baseball game was played during th afternoon by team picked by Frank Wilson and John Geals, and after an ex rifinir battle the Geals contingent was declared the winner by a score of 3 to 2. ; The feature of the game was the pitch ing of Bob Wright and Charles Bissett. The following committee had charge of the picnic arrangements: C. Scott, presi dent; John Chalmers, secretary; J. Dun ran, H. Clark, A. Watt, A. Anderson, J. Webster, J. Anderson, O. Anderson, W. Melville, A. Mt-Kinnon, Frank Wilson and John Geals. SLID INTO FENCE. Auto Slightly Damaged Dodging a Jit- Bey in Montpelier. An Overland roadster was damaged to tone extent Saturday evening about 8 o'clock on Berlin street, Montpelier, -then th driver. Dr. John G. Whitney, 18 Fummer street, Montpelier, lost con trol In turning out for jitney which was running, it is claimed, without th proper lights. The Overland started t do a anake dance in the roadway and ended by sliding easily againft the fence which aerve a guard between river and road. The front axle was so badly bent that the ear wa not taken to th garage until aeveral hour had been pent in temporarily repa'rinK PAVILION THEATRE Daniel Frohman prescnli MARY PICKFORD at M1SSTRESS NELL One of the greatest heroines of historic and romantic dramas. This clever little actress it supported by an ex cellent cast, including Mr. Owen Moore as Charles II, contributing to make the play one of unusual interest and merit. TWO OTHER GOOD REELS. ADULTS, 10c Small Children, 59c Ytx Dozen Dutchess Trousers! CJ We have been selling Dutch ess Trousers'for 25 years, and vc .arc satisfied that they are a little better than the other kind. CJ We have them at SI, S1.50, S2.00, $2.50, S3.00, $330, $4.00, Sf.50 and $5.00. CJ Even pair warranted, Cj Try the Dutchess make. The Frank McWhorter Co. Shoe Department There are a few more Bargains to be Found in our shoe department. They will interest you for they are La France models. See window. New Home Sewing Machines TALK OF THE TOWN See breakfast dresses at Abbott'. Extra values all this week. Come and see. The Vaughan Store. To-morrow (Tuesday) is the last day to pay taxes without added costs of col lection. Adv. EAST CALAIS. William Waite passed away Saturday at 11:45 a. m. He suffered a stroke of paralysis Saturday morning. The funer al was Monday at 1 p. w., with burial in East Calais cemetery. Byron Pierce suffered a shock Saturday afternoon, his throat being paralysed, af fecting his speech. Mr. and Mrs. Mark -Waite were galled here Sunday by the death of Mr. Waite'a father, William Waite. Harold Gray of Worcester recently visited at George Balentine's. Orlando Hollister of Barre waa in town Saturday on business. The 20th annual Slayton reunion will he held at Memorial hall, North Calais, Thursday, Aug. 19. All are cordially in vited. Mr. and Mr. Harrison Mack returned to their home Saturday, after spending the week here with friends and rela tives. Mr. and Mr. William Emery of Eden are visiting Mr. Kmery' brother, John Kmeryi for a few days. Donald Hendric of Franklin is a guest of Miss Gladva Balentine for a few days. Mr. , ana Mrs. juyman jjuukirbi vi Snrinftflelil. Ma.., were called here Sat . . -r i l ..AT urday by the death of Ovett Thurston. Mr. Louin Prevost wa called to Con necticut Saturday by the sickness of her daughter, Hester Prevost. Mrs. Olive Wheelock of Montpelier is visiting her sister. Mrs. Byron Pierce. Mrs. Myrtie Drennan ha retruned from caring for Mrs. Farrar of Walden. Daniel Brown is visiting in Cabot and also in Newbury for a few daya. Mrs. Elbridge Burnham of Middlesex returned home Sunday from a few days' visit with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Slayton. Mr. and Mr. Cliarle Wbeeler of Mas sachusetts were called here Monday by the illness of Mrs. Wheeler' father, By ron Pierce. Card of Thank. We wiah to express our thanks to the friends and neighbor for their kindness shown during the illnesa and death of our beloved one; especially to the O. S. C, No. 12. and I. O. O. F, M. U.. and I O. T. M for their service and beau tiful floral tributes. We especially thank Rev. K.dgar Croat-land for hi services. Mr. George R. Philip and family. I A splendid lot ol ' dainty Waists fashioned from most de sirable fabrics tastily trimmed with embroid ery and laces. . Very radical reduc tions mark ' this offer. Values $1.50 and $2.00, now, each, 79c. TALK OF THE TOWN New neckwear at Abbott'. Laces! Laces! Don't mis this sale. The Vaughan btore, "The Desert Breed," a two-reel drama, featuring Pauline rush and William Dowlan; also Sidney Ayers in "The Ace of Clubs," at the Bijou. Ad vt. Miss Margaret Sawyer of Northfleld, who has been visiting at the home of Mis Glee Wood of Richardson street for the past few days, has returned home. Thomas Magner, superintendent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company, who has been taking a two week' va cation from hi duties in thia city, re turned this morning from Burlington, where he has been visiting Mrs. Magner and also hi parents, Mr. and Mra. Thomas Magner. Loni Frattini of 13 Foss street, an office boy employed at the Consolidated Lighting Co.' quarter in the Aldrich building, wa wrestling with Earle A. Young, a meter tester in the employ of the same company, this forenoon, when the Frattini boy lost hia balance and fell against one of the steel locker in the linemen' recreation room. The young fellow' head struck the sharp edge of a locker, and a gash nearly five inche long resulted. Frattini wa tunned nearly into unconsciousness by the fall, and he was taken to the City hospital, where Dr. W. D. Reid took stitches in the wound and ministered in other way to the injured boy needs. The gash came on the back of the bead, and several days will elapse before young Frattini, who wa taken to hi home this afternoon, will be able to resume hi work in th Consolidated office. Mr. Young probably saved himself from injury by allowing himself to fall through a door leading into the main office. WEST TOPSHAM. Several from thia plae attended the supper and entertainment at East Orange Thursday night. All report a good time. Mis Kula Poole spent a few day last week with Mr. FTank Aiken of Orange. .... . - - John Wild wa in Barre City last jlienuay. I Mavnard Sanborn of Trow hill, Barre i visiting hi aunt. In last week'a item, it hould have read: Ralph and Ray Burgin. Florence Herring Ivalou McKay, Helen Tark and Erwin Batten were at Lake Morey Sat urday night. Chester Hight, Luther Hight, George Hisht and Fred Bagley were in Barre Friday. Mrs. Ryan's mother Is stopping with her for a few day. 1 l.ll- . ii ,r tn - thi. writ. ing. Mrs. Henry MclVllea Is helping to cire lor mm. Miss (Jertnide Herrinff of West Som- lerville arrived here Monday, where she will spend th remainder of the sum mer. Arthur Whil and nephew were in fjist Barre Thumday. Mr. Cheney ia the giiest of Mra. Jef fords and Mr. Cunningham. The amial held at the hall Wednesday night wa well attended and a good time wa enjoyed by H. Merlon Hay-ward has been ill the pt few day, but is improved at thi writ ing. Hemic Ciller and Tremont Welth were ia Barre Thursday. WEST BERLIN. Mjm Mareia IiWr wa In Monlpe liar haturday and railed on her unt. Mra. Charles Aver. ! baa hn yery ill fr me time. Mim Cnrrie MMt and Mr. AbK Mr A I! iater were ia nrtl,flH Satir1. Via. Ad4 Kiml-all rnt a day in M urtnrlw last week. f r SinmnM from Boatn ia aiaitinf hrr j-amits. Vr. and Mr, ftwge IWn. 'for a hrt time. Ir. and Mra. Jeilina fr-m NtVM4 ra?d Mi Isv M'Va at Friday. J Mm. fTia Kimball n4 wn. irrr. ne mm iaw-d hr Vrw. '. H. Illm"a, rr in Vwitflwr S-atMrday. ! Maa A34 R. I irrt and t. Mrs, Jutta one. ia M"tplw atur- dav. Mr. d Vra. W. A. OMt railed n Vr. afd V'9 "h?V P-r lat ek. V r. f'. twj: oite H. T. f-aW H frffa V4dWt ranfd tfc IX. L. f. -htfr lat r.-.." d v-a tr. r. n n t ri n1' f-nm af"r mr- 1if ry fa V-. a4 V- r.. . ' . 3 alM vwut nW f-d in thm flmrr V- I t .- Vt . . f tt- Mra. Tw t.at ia iS mni I , "1 W VH 1 W-rl ! . - f to i BARRE DAILY TIMES MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 191S. The Weather Shower to-night; slightly warmer on east coast. luemiMv proDaoiy ciuuuy i ccntlo to moderate northeast 10 ea ist wind. TALK OF THE TOWN Big values at Knight' thia week, Half-price sale of suits at Abbott'. See those, tub tilk waist 08c at the Vaughan Store, To-morrow (Tuesday) is the last day to pay taxes without auacu cubi ui n lection. Adv. Sacred conceit at Benjamin's fall on Sunday afternoon.. The uuzena unuu will furnish music. .. Joseph Bernard left the city Saturday for Burlington, where ho i passing a week in camp with friends at Lake Champlain. Mr. and Mrs. Silaa Jay and daughters, Doris and Nettie, of Amherst, Mass., aro visitor at the home of Mr. and Mra. E. A. Carey, east hill. H. W. Shores passed Sunday with Mrs. Shores, who is making an extended stay in St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Shore has en tered Brightlook hospital in that village for treatment. U.nn mnmhAra nf the Italian A. C. gathered in Kelly' grove yesterday aft ernoon for a picnic.. Club musician fur nished ejections while me picnic waa in progress, and rciresnmeum wcic served. , " ; , Ralph Thayer, who has been spending a two weeks' vacation ai- me "' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Averill of him street and with other relatives in Barre, left yesterday for his home in Cam bridge, Mass. The only place in town where you can get a vanilla ice cream with Mur ray' best frozen pudding sauce, sliced bananas and marshmallow for 10c The Drown pharmacy "Quality" ices and beverages. Advt. Carl Kelson of Franklin (street, who is taking a two weeks' vacation from his duties in the office of the People's Lighting, Heating & Power Co., on De pot square, left Saturday night for Northampton, Mass., where he is visit ing relative. Harold Venner, a bellhop employed at irti tturra enimned a team at the Papin livery last evening and started for Mont pelier. A the outnt nearea me urnu the highway near Jones Bros., the horse, a chesmit mare valued at $150, suddenly reared in the air and fell over to the ground. Death wa instantaneous and a veterinarian wno ejtanuneu me "" afterward aaid it demise waa due to a bursted blood vessel. A party of six ball-tossers went Sat .,i.tr .(urnnnn to Rcthel. where they made up most of the Bethel team which defeated the Randolph team oy a seore oi 8 to 1. The battery lor the Bethel team were the well-known Italian A. C. play ers, Weaferi and Comolli. From Weaf eri's delivery the Randolph men were kU in art onlv three safe hit. Against Snear. tha Harre noys nn lairiy wen, getting ix hit. Johnston, the Barre A. C. abortstop, was the heavy hitter ot the day, getting two hits. Others who played were; Bottigi lb, Gay ob, and Lyons . A number of Barre people motored to Fort Ethan Allen yesterday and were present during the sham battle fought by the 1st Vermont regiment in camp there. Among those who made the trip were; Dr. and Mr. J. w. jacKnon. meir guests, Mr. and Mr. C. Merrill of St. Al- han. Me and Mr. ining and t-dwaro Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hidden and Mr. and Mrs. George X. Tilden. Barre people were interested spectatora when (ixtr and Congressman F. L. Greene maae aimrt r,gjm(.nU! aviator Greene made airship ascension with the . ... K -:,i-nt f ). Ver mnnt it at hranrh of the A. F. of I I i w i Jin i - ' Alexander Ironside, the tat secretary. and Wesley Hoffman and .ionn i.auinier, wlui are to represent the ciffarmakers of Barre and Montpelier, went to Burling ton thi morning to complete arrange ment for th state labor convention, lav forenoon. Presi dent Suitor and Secretary Ironside will ;iv their annual addrease to morrow Ifternoon. A number of other Barre l.legates plan to go to Burlington to- morrow morning. Mr. and Mr. F.rl Freeman of Rich mond arrived in tha city thia morning m,1 mill niniin here to attend th fu neral of Mra. Freeman fther, Charles Kharkev. aihoaa death ocriirred at Win ter HilL Maa, Saturday morning. The remain of Mr. Sharkey will arrive in the city late thi afternoon, aeeompa- ied by Mra. Shaikey and sir. ana .vira. Villiara ISiaaaaw and daugter. Mr. nd Mr. A. F. McKenrie of Hanover, i. H, relative of the deeeaeed. alo a Die to Rarra to-day t attend the fu neral, which ia to be beld t biottow forenoon at 10 o'clock. Beranae the weather maker threatened interfere with atitdm rWs in ta nlv nrk. tl nnioa meeting of city rhurchea aiaa held in ! Heddmg Mcth- 4it churrh lt evening. Kcv. Aitonio Magano 'of Umoklyn. 1- m" korndirur arral weeks in the city, r-ke a the wlMt, aation hr." Rry. enrge tl. Holt, who baa rewme.l bis iil- tt at the I irat Ttai'twt chur. h. aiTer iiHim a few weeks in camp afe Ike ( ..an. waa lite prea'her at iri m-tt-ir ia the MrtW,4 cor. h tHe "aortiipf. fW-mnrtif ) t honiay and tmuit !.! -. t I. Pr. V- F. N' eTI of th. Hrdd r, rhtr-h. wb baa te- arw4 from a.tf in Vwter !e. Ma.. ill he the f-r' Hey at nrtK-a Mon day arr in the orrei"fl t rr-K. Tbe 1Urr AtVlctie Hub trtnmt -at air day .r)t fra T " twv mrrr tr"4 ht t t.m"n4 AtiMi tmat 'I Ha v a 7 to t. K:lr and 7f-: e wera tK- trr h.(trr iM ! thr fi'B-T'a -?ry nm In am i, a n"k t ta f"- r' tr.l-t. I . jWt i.t-r r:U, m rfi4 ,at - f-"fl4 ',1lvi! 0- ; '!af- Iwt t rf t j - ' m, t ' t'r - mA It rwj. t -r, tv H.-- t-. ... f""' I00 E TO EE CL 4SSI n EU Ma1 ta. Vm f 1'. V: "" . h t. . a J fV " T. !-rry i. "t r la'.' ... r TALK OF THE TOWN Ten per cent, discount at Knlght'a. Berkshire 2c underwear at Abbott'. Wash good all reduced in the aIo at Vaughan', Willis Imlah left yesterday for Hart ford, Conn., where he will visit friend and relative for two week. Miits Mildred Stowe of Walnut street left Saturday for Iloston, where she will make an extended visit with relative and friends. Alexander Hall of Ayers street, who has been visiting at Groton pond for the past few days, returned to hia homo in this city thi morning. Mrs. Horace Haskell of Gloucester, Mass., who liag.been visiting her sisW Mrs. V..E. Ayer. since last ijecemoc returned to-day to her home. Mrs. f:tella Farrar of 08 Washington street, returned homo last nitfht from Middlesex, where sho has been making a short visit with her sister. Miss Mary Watkins of Concord, X. H., who ha been visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Watkin, on Summer street for the past few days, returned home last night. Miss Annette E. Boyer of Malone, X. Y arrived in the city thi noon and will make a visit of several day with her sis ter,, Mrs. R. Boyer of 40 South Main street. The first child to be born in the new ritv l.nunitol arrived this morniiiff. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Croteau of 165 North Seminary street are the parent ot a daughter. nrnun'a "Quality" list this week in cludes the following fountain specialties: Mint float, flzz float, ana sneroci ticncy, an orange sundre, something to remem ber. Advt. John O'Keefe of Upland avenue, who ia omnlnved in the Shea shoe store, left this morning for Montreal, where he will spend a week of his vacation visiting friends and relatives. Mr, and Mrs. James Patterson of Pleasant street and Mr. and Mrs. James Stephens of Madison street left Satur day for Groton pond, where they will spend a week in camp. During the thunder storm of last even ing, some part of the Tenney liiw was struck, taking the power away from the electric cars. Street light were not af fected, but after 0.30 cars between here and Montpelier had much trouble run ning on batteries. One car coming from Montpelier was obliged to stop 23 times on its way. "SOCCER" PLAYERS ATTENDED Funeral of WilBam Jopp, a WeU-Known Devotee of the Game. The funeral of William Jopp, whose d.ath Thursday afternoon removed a man who waa long identified with the development of aoccer football in Barre, was held at 8 Forsythe place Sunday aft ernoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Edgar Crosaland officiating. Among the many who at tended the services were member of the associated soccer teams in Barre and a large delegation from (Ian Gordon, No. 12, O. S. C Nearly 125 men, including n.mhtn of the football clubs and the clansmen, escorted the remains to Hope cemetery, where the clan eommmai serv ice was used at the graveside. The bear er were: John Chesser, William W. Russell, George Taylor, Alex. Clark, Pe ter Cassidy and George Brand. During the services William Stewart sang. The flower, which were many, were a followa: Forty-five rose, "Father"; wreath, Bon Accord Football club; wreath, Clan Gordon; wreath, Mr. and Mr. Alfred Milne, Mr. and Mra. R. Mc Knight, Mr. and Mr. W. Milne, Mr. and Mrs. G. Stewart, Mr. and Mr. F. Cary, Mr. and Mr. J. MeLeod, Mr. and Mr. H. Brown. Mr. and Mr. J. Bennett t rose and carnation. Mr. and Mr. J. Lamnnt, Mr. and Mr. J. Cesser, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bird; earnations, Mr. and Mrs. M. Levin, Mr. and Mr. W. Melvin, Mr. and Mr. T. Jeffrey; aster, Mis Violet Mur ray. Mrs. Fanline Cerasoli; mixed flow- era, air. ana .Mrs. v. rm, - Mr. K. Milne, Mr. and Mr. J. l.ias. George and A'tfe Murray. Card of Thank. Y with to exrres our heartfelt thank to all thoae who ao kindly as- dated u during the aicknea and death of our husband, fsther and brother. Mr. William .Topp and family. Mr. Jamea Gibson and family. BURIAL IW HOPE CEMETERY. Angelo Bottiggl Funeral Held Fos Street. TT. fmieral of Anirelo Botticgi, u.th at. liia home. 28 Foa street, on Wednesday afternoon waa due to an at- atk of pneumonia, wa neia ai in houae Saturday afternoon at z orioa. Many employe of Comolli A Co., where Ir. Pottiggi worked lor several jrm, ere among thoae who attended the fu neral, and there wa an abundance of oviera. The bearera werei l. vomoin, U Hiambi, A. Brojrgini, A. BoMiggi. K. ttn. and A. RiMinwro. The interment took place in Hot ren.etery WE5TM0RE. (cde from .rattne. Lake loiithbv.) Mr. and Mra. Fdward Nettl. Wie Tsnline and Jlirion Nedl. Vita IiU i.r.n and Ra'r.h Biirll from Waita- tield end Mi" Mattie Kinglad f Brid prt are i.t.rf t tirsyattme cottage..' tTw of Mr. and Mra. F. A. Joatm. Mra. IVrtha ( ole from rtk rafta br ia tkmg a vratwi at Lake Yi lmirhh. maVinc -T l"m at Grayt"e. Mra.'f. J. 1 "na and Va.tey Wain Ia from St"we bave Wa apMid.rtf a ek at t f.ra1'w can p. Mr. soil Mra. F. A. .'',' were in Mw. ca'iinf ,m frnS lat Teiar. retorirg aitb Mra. Dana. Vhm la-'ia Vtr4 rrr-V tdne4 t9 Set hm in Nwrfkfi.ld -ndt. .:, .1.B. lia'j-h Pirer-ll. V a I.Sa VitmP Vim pa '. .J1. M Mar- I a- a ' a a aw . urn . . Brtirr h r a tmt a S- iSalc this WA 10 per cent or Yarns. Yarns will advance this 1 fall. A complete stock to select from. LADIES' SILK PARASOLS, values to $3.50 $1.50 SILK MUSLINS, 25c value, at .12V2C COLORED MUSLINS, a 15c t value at -10c r ; . BATES GINGHAMS, 12i2c value, at .'. 10c HAMBURGS AND LACES, a 10c value, at 5c HAIRPINS, 10c value. . . . ,5c LACE INSERTIONS, 5c value,-at . ......... 3c, 2 for 5c 15c CHEESECLOTH, 36-inch, at 5c CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS, $3.25 value, at .$2.25 KID GLOVES, in small sizes, values to $1.50, at ..... .85c I TEN PER CENT. DISCOUNT on all other i I lines of merchandise. Be among the first. I Henry W. Knight f Successor to Veale & Knight u X SPECIAL REDUCTION ' at the BIG BUSY UNION CLOTHINtJ STORE 15 dozen 50c Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, good solid underwear for summer weather; long sleeve Shirts; nice fitting Drawers. Going at 39c a garment Boys' Colored Shirts A large line, in plain colors and stripes. They were made to sell at 50c. Sizes 1214 to 14. We are Closing them out at 35c SEE OUR WINDOW For the big discount on Oxfords Rubber Soie Oxfords included Always a large assortment of Men's Suits Here, Fall samples of Made-to-Measure Suits are here THE BIG BUSY UNION STORE. Union Clothing Co. Depot Square If you haven't all the 'business you tise in The Times. Ford Owners Take Notice A full line of A P C O SPE CIALTIES for Ford Cars received. Also a stock of the famous Garford Hand Signals. Call for catalogue giving full description and prices. State agents for LEE PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES C. W. Averill & Co. POPLINS, 25c value, at.,18c GALATEAS, 15c value, WAc f KRINKELETTE, 1212... 10c I LISLE ' GLOVES, Black and Colored, 25c value j 9c 50c value .,35c t SCISSORS, 50c, at. . .... .35c t LADIES' WAISTS, at. . -25c FANCY LINENS at big: re duction. LADIES' WAISTS, in small sizes, White and colored. 25c HOUSE DRESSES, all sizes, $1.25 value at ....... .$1.00 50 PIECES 50c. RIBBON: at.', per yard ............. .V35c DRY GLt)VE CLEANER, 15c packages at .......... . .10c Barre, Vermont want,adver- : I t t