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THE lJAiatE DAILY TlJIilJ, BAiiilK, VT., TtJiUAV. ULixAl iJ, IjIj.
SEWING WEEK SPECIALS For Thursday, Friday and Saturday The importance of this sale to you cannot be fully realized until you see the goods, therefore we urge you to come and see tor yourself what remarkable values we have. Be just as sharp eyed, just as critical, j list as exacting as you can, you will find that your dollars will go farther in this sale than ever before. Bargains Galore Now is the Time to Buy One lot of Best Quality 12Mc Percales, light, dark and medium colors, 36 inches jvide, in this sale, per-yard 8c One lot 15c Galateas, in wide, complete assortment of- colors, in this sale, per yard '.. Wi'C One lot of 12ioC and 15c Ginghams, 27, inches to 32 inches wide, good quality; in this sale, per yard . .8V2C One lot Outing Flannel, 27 inches' wide, in Shorts; regular 8c and 9c value. In this sale, per yard . . . . 6V2C One lot Cotton Whipcord, 27 inches wide, 25c value. In this" sale, per yard .... 16c One lot Fruit of the Loom, 36 in. Bleached Cotton, in Shorts. In this sale, yard. . .8c One lot of Wool Dress Goods, including Novelties, Plaids, Stripes, etc. In this sale, one-half to one-third less than the regular price: " One lot of Silks, including waist and dress , patterns, Novelties, Remnants for trim mings, etc. : - 59c to 75c values, per yard. ......... .39c 85c to $1.00 values, per yard. ....... .49c One lot of Dress Linings in nearly all col ors; regular 15c to 25c values. In this sale, per yard .9c One bale 40-inch Unbleached good qual ity Cotton; a regular 9c value. In this sale, per yard ......... . . . . ...... One bale 36-inch Unbleached good qual ity Cotton; a regular 8 V2c value. In this sale, per yard .7c One lot of Crash Jn both Bleached and Unbleached 10c and 11c Values. In this sale, per yard .... . . ............. .. . 8c One lot of Dress Trimmings at bargain prices. Remnants of Dress Goods, Cottons, Silks, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, etc., at about one-half price. The Homer Fitts Company Ladies' Home Journal and PictorialReview Patterns TALK OF THE TOWN Visit Abbott's , bargain basement. Adv. TALK OF THE TOWN See the muslin underwear value at Abbott's. Adv. TALK OF THE TOWN Large allowing of tailored suit Abbott's. Adv. TALK OF THE TOWN at Sure Relief For ' Cold Feet IF you suffer with cold feet use a hot-water bottle. It warms your feet and produces drowsiness (prevents 'sleeplessness) by drawing the blood to the feet and away from the brain. Useful in many other ways. Brings relief from Backache. Eases pain of Toothache. Stops Chills. Does away with Cramps. Keeps Baby's Food warm. Benefits sore Muscles. Relieves Digestive, Pains. Helps Hcad- Cummings and Lewis, Headquarters for Faultiest "Wcarercr" Rubber Good, 54 North Main St. ache. Soothes Painful Eyes. Limbers up Stiff Joints. Get a good hot-water bottle here. We have a large stock of " Wcarcvcr " the advertised kind. All sizes, grades and qualities at $1.50 up. Look! Look! Look! Make bo other engagement for Nov. 4, but start right in now making plant to attend the niasoue rarnival dance to be given by the ladies of tin hosiptal aid for the benefit of the Barre City hospital. Watch fur announcements later. ADLE R-ROOl E STE R CLOT. . ES Youth RulesBecause He Dresses the Role and more dominant than ever is the note of youthfulncss in this fall's fash ions. It is the expression of the optimistic times . That is why the young man who comes into our Flore finds no more pleas ing rait than The Tivoli A trifle extreme, perhaps but no man can painsay its perfect taste and correct f tyle. The decided waistline of the coat is a delightful note and the waistcoat is a distinctive treatment in itself. In no other class of clothes will you discover lines of youth fo carefully expressive of character and strength as in Adler-Rochester Townc Tos Young men's clothes de luxe from the hands of designers who know what young men want THIS STORE CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY The Frank McWhorter Co. HAD LOADED REVOLVER. St Johnsbnry Man Got Into Trouble at Haverhill, Masa. Haverhill, Mass., Oct: 12. Bert II. Aricn, who rlaima St. Johnsbury, Vt at hi home, litt night in the atn'et loudly accused Henry L. Pa rail is of Haynrs street, Nashua, N. II, of having stolen a euitca from him. The ensuing altercation resulted in ref erence of the question to ( aptain Hill at olice hendijuai iers. Arien was finally searched anl a loaded 32 calibre revolver came to light. He ass baked up on tlte charge of carrying thia, and before rourt on Wednesday tlie police say lit aanity will b investigated. A HEW DISINFECTANT. Comet at Rifht Tlm When. Coal Tar Derivatives art Short. A a result of etperimcnts conducted at tba bygienic Isburatury of tha r till ed Mate public service, it ia announced that a Mew disinfectant, poitig qual itiea superior t ordinsry disinfectant, liaa recently been discovered. Tb an nouncement is particwlarly important at tins time, coming as it dws in tlie face of the shortage in real tar derivatives bah baa resulted froa the 1-urcp.sa conflfct. The new preparation la derived from pine oil, a by-prwlm-t m tiw msnuiae yir of turjntine. It ia easily pre pared by mi ling certain propnrtiou f tle oil with rn and xxtium bydroiiile solution, ratber thi.-k and oi.r in ap pesrs rv-e but free fnwn trhd'ty. Vita water it tnaka a perfectly white emtil ., mm a rvewliiva ani'k. It bss a pleasing 4-r, it ictttnaMe ta.te, and attacks neither faHmw trx trftals. It -OMcses ater (tnir times the dt.in-f-tsttt prope-Titie f eatb!w aij eel is att-a"'theT nonto i , thst It rosy aafely he we4 as a tbrat sp'sy r month ask ia a'.arti'm f ! ;? y stretipth. TKe it "i the jw. ( t m remsrk.l.ly term as it n be fns-m-fa-tred fnr b-w than f My eM. a fst Vt. smiely frnm prMiwts wbk k are r t4 in ft ewntry. Vary td tW 4 . ! rw oa t-e market are tHhrr t f. t fr e-nm-tml. it ba.nif W-a i-wstt ated tat a wntbW oi thm mvwl ti-nmnr and riiHf advert a I am- ett'rw'y -k in dwmfeetsr.f pw-r. ww a tt the-ir etreri-th m W-iiii.W I r d.nsrr asethnda. IV aa'e rd e-m r f this watnr rnrntv a frawd. A mftni rim f pruprwfa-f fefae..s are ed rnitWl vtr-ttu. thws pftfr a Wl rwnitty nr a t iwf'a ttr-e. hut the ewt ed ta pt tf -t ed d m if yfwi is trwjtK-xt'y - T"be hneHt.Met n at a Vm t a4-t a d- i-t ! k a efr'--et.l. e-'t'i"v I n4 4 e twt and it is W-'-d ft t e fBi.4 w t:i- is k- "' r- IWtfry fw.:' !'- 't( T! Wnw f te ei t"fjJ "rp-1 a-a.-n af BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1913. The Weather Partly cloudy to-nigH and Wednes day . ccntle to moderate south and south went WlIKlH, TALK OF THE TOWN If you want to laugh, see Charlie Chap lin in his latest two-part feature, "The Uifhk," at Pavilion to-day. Adv. A regular meeting of L. A., A. O, H., In K. of C. hall Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock sharp. Juveuile at 4:30. For correct styles at correct prices in fall and winter millinery cull at Nourae & Wilson's, 108 North Wain street. Adv. , ' There will be a social at the Cobble Hill grange hall on Trow hill Wednesday, Oct. 13. Kverybody come and have a good time. Carroll's orchestra. Adv. Whibt and "45" card party under the auspices of the L. A., A. O. II., in K. or j. nan Wednesday evening t a-.io. Refrehments. Admission, 15c. Adv. Take Notice Fine, healthy broilers, just right for broth; also yearling hens, cockerels and ducks for breeders. Mrs. Flora M. Sabin, Barre, Vt. 'Phone 223 M. Adv. The condition of Mrs. Marcia Emery, aged 02 years, who sustained a fractured thigh bone in a fall at her home,' 00 Washington street, Saturday evening, was reported to be fairly comfortable to day. "The Snow Girl," a three-reel Laemmlle drama, featuring Glen White,, Brimsley Shaw and Mildred Manning, also Eddie Lyons and Victoria Fordo in a comedy, "When the Spirits Moved," at the Bijou. Adv. The ladies and pastor's union of the Methodist church will hold its monthly business meeting at the church Thurs day at 2:30 p. m., after which quilts will be tied. Members are asked to come prepared to pay dues at this time, also to bring in as many aprons as possible. Owing to the fact that the films for the photoplay, "Stop llnet," dm not ar rive in time" to be shown at the -opera house last evening, the management wish to announce that tonight will posi tively be the only time in which to see this well known five-part farce by George Kleine. Adv. Under the auspices of Cobble Hill grange, an illustrated lecture will be given by A. L. Davis on "The Switzer land of America," the lake and moun tain region of New Hampshire, on Fri day evening, Oct. 15, at the grange ball. The admission will be 23 cents for adults and 15 'cent for children. The doors will be open at 7 and the first picture will be shown at 8 o'clock. Adv. A cleverly constructed rick, designed after the ricks which "dot the harvest fields in Scotland after the harvest each fall, is shown in the north display win dow at the Marrion Ciga store on De pot square. With fine regard for the smallest details that enter into the erec tion of a rick, the replica was built by two tnemliers of the (;lenugie club, which held its annual fall festival in Clan Gor don hall Saturday evening. Two Buch anera, aa the explanatory, card over the rick ststes, are the makers of the minia ture rick. The following clipping from the Port land Sunday Telegram of (Vt. 10 will be of interest to Barre people: "Among the engagements announced dur ing the week was that of Misia Bessie Kvelvn Jones of Spring street; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Coburn Jones, and Clyde Allan Lcsure, en of Mrs. Dwight A. Lesure of Fitchburg, Mass, and came as a pleasant surprise to Port land friends, and the voting people are receiving numerous felicitations. It is understood that the wedding ia to take place the last of November." Miss Jonea ia well and favorably known in Barre, and her many friends here will join in extending congratulationa. The first of a series of social affsirs to be given by the glee rlub of Spauld ing high school in the assembly ball was held last evening. Nearly 4.1 couples at one time or another enjoyed a delightful dance program and everyone was satis fied thst they bad a very pleasant even ing. . Besides several alumni and stu dents, many of the teaching staff were present and acted as chsperons. (arroll's orchestra fumi.bed the music for the . i occasion. I uncn ana wsiers mrrr j- ' out from a daintily decorated Unitb In the corner of the hall. ly the ,miivs Mavis Bamett and Ioraine Lorangrr. K-r the gb rlub Misa (leora Morse and F.dasrd liorantrer bad charge of the ar rangement. The proceed will g" to wards school work. Visitor in the rity yesterday and to day Included! Mr. R. S. (.orl.sm of Cambridpe. Ma.s, Mrs. J. W. Richards. 1. W. liahards. Iiritn Ward and chaufTrur of HoMmi. Mass, Mi ll.len Odell f Boston. Mr. and Mra. A. F. Tab Nrt and F. l. Talbrrt, who were motor srrivsls at Hotel llsrre; Liciit.-Gov. Hle K. Inrlinr. Mrs. Iwrling and to chil dren e.f tlUea. who are registered at Ibdel Bsrre; WiHism Adrian of Vuincy, Ms., Mr. and M'a. It. C McNall of Milton. I". C. (lea Icy of But Jiigtm. A. A. IW-emsn of !" jumtmn. Miss tiraee !elie .f ke Mi nape. V H, Mr. and Mr. H. I. Perkins of IW-tii.l. Vr. and Mr! B. MIT.ald of B" art Falls. Mr. John W. Is- anl Vis Molly Pot nsm of Bsnd dph. F. II. Wn . Brsn dm. Mr. Byron linna of Man-beetcr. X. H, (lutein R. ("nrtis of rrfn.. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. VeArtmr d mi 1m k. X. IT, . A. ( arpe.tH-r rf Vm ski. Frat.k A. Sinii of Montr-mier y. f'st.ls, retail atre and barir bn- -re f dJ , tk anniTary of the d.sewerT ed A sneT lea t.y ( 1 rtsW-; ( duiem. Setns s the rrfy re nrndel Ut :fit ad will t he reeotnd srrtd t" mrr tnrtrnitic -tnoett at ldsrd s-nntary al re nr'red tbe tri-araw f tbe ,tt'u ..lonlm. e ..! tk I s!snas tv ) i.id:fif tbe las-e'Ws m V-r I iJ. 7..e was t t"-nsl fim-r t - l-re ia l'.srre. a ttileH there ia "l t f.'wn M day a b fl MAf n 111. 1 tot l;im '1 j dt-y in tbe r'r-e r-sr uat 't f W-H was wt i f k atat fc-di- iSmr. and iA tHe da 1y wip ,a fmer. It i aad. wer mt !'h tb-tr natwl I. . 1 Ai'f 's fane in ey. rrtal etHI W j tW at i "n sW rse-j' t-.n;4 .( ) irk as dne to f'isy ! V-et W . d t -i iar m mh-t the - " l"d ' t- st k wl:k tb -".d. I Among Saturday Specials is a piece of Yard-Wide Messaline Silk in Black, of a weight and finish that retails for $1.00 a yard. Yours on Saturday for, per yard ... 79c And Children's Hair Ribbons of firmstiff Moire, in Blue, Pink, Red, Black and White, regularly sold for more than, per yard ... 19c A complete line of Bedding for these cool I nights and the colder ones soon. , J Five per cent, discount for cash Henry W. Knight j "Try? ir-4 ttt cV mm I I?-T''Ti ttt t tmf V- lie iett (Sli-i ur J "-.-w-c. ! f t v r': it i-'t v.t Ti '- -r w t - ta r"r- TALK OF THE TOWN Tffemilar meeting of Ruth chanter. No. 33, O. K. S., Wednesday evening, Oct. 13, at 7:3" ociock. .Tnaenh R Samruinetti of North Main street is passing several days in Ne'T lprlc Uty on Business. Sprague Drennan, a student at Dart mouth college, Hanover, N. H, ia at his homo here for a few days. Mrs M. S. Rounds and dauehter. Dor othy, of Park street left the city this forenoon tor a visn 01 several weena m Boston and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Goodfellow of finaiiMinir street have returned borne, after spending several days in Spring field, Mass.. and vicinity. Miss Gladys Bradford of South Main street is taking a vacation from her cler ical duties in the Central Vermont freight oflice on lpot square. Ai the auction sale Saturday, Ot. 16, at the Mont. .Little farm in Williams town, 250 barrsls of choke winter ap ples will be sold. D. A. Perry, auction eer. Adv. Mrs. Byron Eame of Manchester, N. H, is spending several days in the city as the guest of her son, John B. Eanies, manager of the new Park theatre, at Hotel Barre. George Stacy-and J. C. Brennan, who AM..:n.A.I v-n t .nKuMiianf intnvieft were couticicm v, u,i' -tion offenses in Barre city court yes-. teruay, were taiten 10 me couuiy jnu m the 'afternoon. To-night the board of aldermen meets in the council chamber at city hall for its regular meeting. To the routine bua ine v in prospect may be added a number of more important matters for discus sion. Mrs. Josephine fcnti of esterly, K. I., and Charles Monti of Quincy, Mass., who were in the city several days, after having been called here by the death of a relative, have returned to their respec tive boms. . Mr. and Mra. J. E. Loudon of Brook line, Mass., and Mr. and Mra. L. L. Faulkner and Misa E. L. Faulkner, who have been staying at Hotel Barre while .-:.; inn r.l.tivH sttendinir school at Goddard aeminary, have returned to their homea. Preparations are nearly completed for the beginning of a course in domestic scienea-at the North Barre Methodist ml. .inn Ranirea and tables have been (n.talled and the kitchen where the course ia to be puraued haa been con nected with gas. T.inn Witt, who recently aicned with the Philadelphia Athletics, arrived vesterdar and ha enrolled : - ' . :-l i for a post graduate course in commercial . . . . . ; ft'l.. work at liodiiard seminary, .nr. " i ill remain at the seminarv until March, a hen he goes eouth with Connie Mack's recruit. K.tnrdsT is an open date on Soauld- ing"s football calendar and efforte on the; part of Slansger llnie to arrnnjre a con test for (Vt. Id have been unsuccessful thus fr, although negotiation are in progress for a gridiron attraction. St. Joluiabiiry academy, defeated by Spauld l.t in Ketitember. ia down for a asm at Gospel Village one week from Saturday. TALK OF THE TOWN Joseph LaFranche, who has 'been em ployed in Blackstone, N. II., returned to Barre this morning for the winter. The regular monthly meeting of the trustees of the Barre City hospital will' be held at tho hospital building Wednes day evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McWborter and children of Richardson street will leave the city late to-morrow afternoon for Whittier, Cal where they expect to make their home. A. M. Troup, the photographer, has leased an apartment on the top floor of the Worthen block and will transfer his studio to that building from the Glad ding block, so called. Carpenters and glaziers are engaged in getting the apart ments ready for studio purposes. AH members of the Rebekah lodge! wishing transportation to attend the district meeting at Williamstown on Wednesday evening, Oct. 13, will please notify O. E. Philbrick, chairman of the committee. Tel . 321-4. .Automobiles will leave Odd Fellows' ht"! at 7 o'clock.' Owing to a.-confiictipu of dates, it has been found necessary to postpone the first ladies night of the season which was to have been given by Vincitla. club Thursdsy night. A district meeting of the Order of Eastern Star will be held on that evening, so it is probable that Vincitia club will not have its ladies' night until net week, Funeral aerviceg for John Gallagher, a well known resident of Barre, whose death early Monday morning followed a week's illness, will" be held in St. Mon ica's church Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, the parish priest. Rev. P. M. McKenna, officiating. Over the Central Vermont railroad at 8:25 o'clock the re main will be taken to Burlington for interment. C. S. Hubbard, a former resident of Montpclier. but now residing near Mil waukee, Wis, was in Barre yesterday taking note of the changea which have been made here since ho left for the Middle West. Mr. Hubbsrd haa not been back in Montpeller for a aeore of years and, naturally enough, he found a great many changes In both Barre and Mont pelier. That which struck bun most was the change which had taken place on his former property now embraced by parts of upper Barre street and Sibley avenue in Montpelier, which are thickly covered witk residences, business plae-a and stonesbeda. When be went toward the West there were very few structure on the property. ; Invitations were received Jn Barre an nouncing the marriage of Misa Berniee M. Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Lawrence R. Holmes, formerly of this city, to (ieorge O. Fountain of Moatpe lier, aon of Mr. and Mr. O. G. Foun ts ine. Tlie marriage took placa at fl o'clnrk thia forenoon la . St. Mary's church in. St. Alhan. the pastor. Rev. D. J. O'SuIlivan, officiating. Until a few year ago the bride resided with her par ents in this city, where the latter con ducted the Eureka restaurant, , Mora re cently they have resided in Swanton. nbere Mr." and Mrs. Fountain are to make their borne. Mr. Fount ine recent ly resigned a position which be held in the Cross bakery at the capital. THE OLD RELIABLE Rom "AbsolutelyPure Avoid All Substitutes Cold Weather Needs! Thcc are the daj s to cct ready for inter Ccrr.e to us for your Window Glass, rutty. Weather Strips Stern Window Eyes &r.d Fast eners, Stove Pipe and Elbows, Stove Board's Coal HcK Coal ShoveK Afbertos Stove Linir.p. Quaker, Crawford mi Wct Shore Bricks in ftock. C W. AYERILL & CO. tsatt. tnsot