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THE BAR HE DAILY TIMES, BARHE, VT., TUESDAY, OCTOHKR 12, 1013.
BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1915. Entered at the roetofflee, at Barrs as Sacond. Claa Mail Mutter Published Every w"ek-Pr Afternoon SUBSCRIPTION .RATES One year..., 13.00 One month.,,., tt "tain Binirlo copy... 1 nt FRANK E. LANGLKV. PnblUher Is Greece about to adopt the Wilson polity of watchful waiting to see which side wins? We judge from John D.. Rockefeller, jr.'s remarks that his venerable father is almost bumnn. Another Alexander the Great fallen from his pedestal and right on the base ball park in Boston!,, too. A New York truekdriver has been found who rivals Caruso. Keep away from the monkey house, Mr. Truekdriver! Several American glass-making plants are to resume business with a bright outlook in view of the smashed panes in Europe. . Y(M5A"l5rACTlo! J. P. Morgan predicts that within five years the great European war will be over. One would consider that Morgan is safe enough on that bet. The nature fakirs who" prophesied two weeks ago that the autumnal tint of Vermont foliage would be lacking this year have another chance to fake some thing the tints are here. If the automobile drivers keep to the right, each and all of them, there will be no necessity for their machines colliding on the Barre-Montpelier road. The thor oughfare is plenty wide enough.' Report has It that T. St. John Gaffney, recently deposed consul-general at Mu nich, is to devote his time to politics. Apparently, then, he was just playing tiddle-de-winks with the Germans over in Munich, Our platform before or after you pur chase is the lame that is. ifltiafac tion to the customer. No "hot air" before the purchase, no cold air after you've paid your money. In fact the mon ey is only on deposit un til you've' proved the value of your purchase. Our suits this season from our experience seem unusual in quality for the price $10, $15,' $20 and $25. In looks we know they're leaders. But we'd like your opin ion. F. H. Rogers & Co. We Clean, Press, and Repair Clothing Savings Bank & Trust Company Howland Building, Barrc, Vermont 1915 j& October jz? 1915 Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. ; Fri. Sat. x x x : x : x , 1 2 , 3 4 5 6 7 fi 9 iO It 12 J3 x x x pecials Monday Evening Money deposited before the 14th of October will draw interest from the 1st day of October at -4 4 per cent Safe Deposit Boxes $2.50 a Year F. G. HOWLAND, Pres. W. A. DREW, Treas. WILLIAMSTOWN The roads of Vermont were never bet ter for motor touring than at the present time, in spite of the hard wear of the summer; and the continuance of the stream of tourists is proof positive of that fact. Grange Fair Was Pronounced Success- Many Exhibits Shown. The grange fair, which closed Satur day evening, was very successful, both from the standpoint of attendance and the number and quality of the exhibits. The attendance was not so lartre on Fri day as on Saturday night, when the hall) and gallery were filled so that standhig room was not easy to got. Xearly all the granges in the vicinity were repre sented, many with delegations of good size. These came from Montpelier, Cob- b!e Hill, South Barre, Berlin, Brookfield and North Randolph. The collection of needlework and embroidorv from the dif ferent . nationalities of Europe, kindly loaned the order by Mrs. Charles IL the spring, is expected to bu' much better j in the future. Members of the I. O. O. F. are re- questea to meet tins wee it re 7 p. in. sharp instead of at 7:30. Miss Irene Marr entertained a few of her friends by giving a private dance at I. O. O. F. hall Monday evening. Music was furnished by her victrola, and all agreed it was a very enjoyable occasion. MONTPELIER In being able to give the world's series results, the evening newspapers have one of their occasional chances of "putting one over" on their morning contempo raries; and the early beginning of the games at 2 o'clock adds to the conveni ence of the news gathering. Theoretically, the United States de- fending fleet was sunk and the eastern shores of the country were invaded in the war game last week. Fortunately, it was only in theory; but that is not saying that it might not come true. There is only one thing to' say be bet ter prepared. heroic features connected therewith, but it must be admitted that his vigilance averted the possibility of a serious wreck at that point.- Less heroio' fe tures than contained therein have stirred the muse of some writers to extravagant lines of praise, but the Essex farmer) i,,,,. ,i ; ,i , nev Galaise. Funeral of Aughtney Shalubo Was Held This Morning. Funeral services for Aughtney Sham- bo, whose death occurred at his home, 183 Main street, Sunday morning, were neia turn torenoon at 9 o clock at St. Beckett, was a center of attraction and Augustine s eJiurch with the pastor, Rev. was both interesting and instructive. In "K. omciating. The funeral was the (lenartment nf antinnea and nirio ; in charge of Paid Theriault. for the St. could be seen a five-footed showcase filled IJe,n the Baptist society, to which the with seashclls, a part of the collection deceased beyonge aiie fearers, all of Mrs. Jennie E. Dickinson. Other trom the society, follow: M. Menard, booths, devoted to domestic articles, Louis Jerue, M. S. Wood, sr., and Aught- Jiurial was in the Catholic will continue to go about his daily (lowers, claimed their share of attention 'cemetery. The services were largely at- rounds. not loaded down with the weight while those sot apart to popcorn, candy . tended. Among those from out of town of fame, but conscious merely of having na art.cies com.ng by parcel pobt, were . , , . . I well patron ired. Prizes for collections of penormeu a nine amy. farm products were awarded to rteorn W. Holdcn, Heman E. Smith and Na- The lovers of thrills in baseball have poieon La Flower. Space does not permit W itlr .leire. full oratim-d in the '"miea mention or tne programs Riven .... o I i. . : . . . . 1. 1 . . n . . t-Mcii i-.t'iiiuu, uufc IV in uv liuuuuiiv be said that every number was good and several were given hearty encores. At the close of the entertainment on Satur- The Bellows Falls Chamber of Com merce is going to take an automobile ran to Rutland this week to inspect the -msrble quarries in thst vicinity. A trip equslly full of enlightenment as to Ver mont s industries would he furnished the members of the organisation were they to come to Barre some fine day and Inspect the greatest granite business in the world. first three games of the world's cham tiionship baseball series, so-called, for each of the three games has been a thrill ,.n th. n,1 tli mnn an Uiuo of day evening the articles given to tha or .v.. ....' .-a Jr were sold at auction by Iliram 8 .... J)rrT miny took t))e c,,.npe to the winning tally was not made until the up w;th things needed for the win- last or the next to the last inning. There ter at fair prices, have been no long drawn out processions, Leonard Williams and Clarence Me- Murphy of Randolph Center have lately visited at Walter M. Williams', making the tip on their wheels. Don E. Remit Is at home for ft week's If Christopher Columbus bad been alive to-dsy and anxious to discover a new world he would not have found a good friend Queen Isabella because the queen would have Wn afraid of violat ing the rule, of neutrality in furniahing ships for the voyspe. And. t0, be might have run onto a submarine before he (ft wit of the harbor. Things were different In Columbus' day. I with one team gaining a commanding lead and then striving merely to hold its competitor at bay until the regulation nine innings were played. It was nip and tuck through the entire 27 innings. with players and spectators alike keyed to a high pitch of excitement. Thus far mere nas not oeen me lean au.p.cion oi ,,r H(,nr- Krkine and liter bv Jason E. jocaeymg over trie victory; it nas been si Martin, has moved to Hsrr hard, gruelling contest for both teams. The ladies' aid society of the Meth- Conscious of that fact, the vast audiences! dit Episcopal church will hold a social with Mr. on Friday morning, Ot. 15. were, Mrs. trank Greenwood, Mrs. Law rence Hnlden, Mrs. Frank Schiller, all of Aaburnham, .Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam llolden and Mrs. Arthur Gravclin of Barre. Miss Lillian Henry, who is taking a two weeks' vacation" from the local tel ephone office left this morning for Brighton, Mass., for a visit with friends. The regular meeting of the city coun cil will be iield tins evening. Charles Hubbard of Milwaukee. Wis., arrived in the city yesterday for a few days' vi.it. Mr. Hubbard left Montpel- ier twenty years ago for the West. He was at one tune a big property owner, ! having in his possesion Una in that sec tion of Bsrre street near Granite street. where most of the granite plants are locateo. lie sold all of lilt land for a In Our Fall Opening Sale Store open this evening until 9 o'clock. Closed all day Tuesday. Thursday, October 1 4 Bargains on Second Floor Note the change in store service Beginning Thursday, Oct. 14, our Corset Department and some other departments will be found on main floor, to make room for our Bargain Floor, where you wiU find Bargain Tables located on this floor. It will pay you to visit this store. New LaVogiic Coats AH Prices, from ........ $7.50 to $23.00 Sale Special $10.00 Coat for. .... 7.50 Sale special $12.00 Coat for. . . . 8.75 Ladies' Winter Underwear, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 up Children's Winter Underwear, 25c, 29c, 35c, 50c Children's Flannelette Night Robes, all sizes, best we have seen at 45c, 50c ' Ladies' Flannelette Robes, 75c num ' ber, 59c; and a $1.00 Robe for. . .79c Big Blanket Sale Gray Blankets at, pair . . . . , . 39c Crib Blankets at, pair ........... 25c $1.00 Blankets for, pair ......... 89c $1.25 Blankets for, pair $1.00 $1.50 Blankets for, pair ......... 1.25 $1.39 Blankets for, pair 1.19 $1.50 Blankets for, pair 1.39 $1.75 Blankets for, pair 1.49 $1.98 Blankets at, pair, $1.50 and $1.69 New Comfortables in the sale at 1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98 up vacation irom iijs worn at tastmanifew tl.m.an,i ,!.llr. ! ..I.. Bros.' in Barre. I made at a time whn tln.r. m-a tin Dale F. Chambers, who has lived on dicat'nm thst the city would stretch out the farm on Baptist street long owned 'in that direction. The present valuation of the proerty is over a hundred thous snd dollars. and the immeasurably vaster crowds un able to attend nav maintained their interest to the last putout. The "safety firt" propaganda cannot be said t hsve fiia.le msiked progress la Ms ftaachusHts inasmuch as there were 3 fatal automobile accidents in thst state during the month of September. However, a the nnmlwT of the machines Wu'filie it must le enpecfed thst the ac-i.!ent ill increase in the same pro portion, despite t?e eff-TTtn of a majr.t 'f the drivers to ricrrie rare and can-ti. It Is etimte! thst there were mTc than 15CIO opi prnt on t rUiff (X)XTF.MTT FOR FIREARMS, The opening of the fall hunting tea son hat caused tin return of firearms to the open in almost every farmhouse and in many a residence in the villages and cities, and ith it return there has arit en a familiarity which is, in turn, acconi pa tied by little short of contempt. The ride, as desdly a wespon at those now being used to shoot don thousands and millions of men in Europe's great ar, it carelessly laid on the table or rested in a crm-r i and it mav even be loaded hen it it thus set a.i!. And thert it remains until the onT finds occasion to vtm it apain or toint young member of the household comes along and shoots himself or some other member. Twice within a week hsve the Vermont newa-sM-rs been failed upoa to cLronnle sura a i nine, in one ease a three- year-old baby, intending perhspa merely to mimic the acts of an -ldr brother, shontirjr himself throueh the bead ith t 22 rsl.bre rifle. la ancdher instance a lr eent a bullet rrashing it,tj tW Akide from the fact thst the banks, insurance olliif. Mate House, citv nd Mrs. Tlieron O. Williams clerk's office tnd nrabate oilice were clerk's office and probate office were MonteIier made no obsevation to-day of (Vdumbii day, denignated as a legul hididay several vesrs aco. The uul Dinner will be served at noon. Misses Eva and Grace McDonald of Barre isited Mia Irene Marr over Sun day. loiumtNii tlay l.;I held in the citv ball i lias '" r "M'lcea f the Knights of Co-! lumuus, will nut ie helj tins evening. Mr. and Mrs. I 'earl lnier and Mr Harriet Colby, left Ut evening for Cali fornia to attend the eiKiilnn. They will travel in a party under the guidance of Mr. Miles of St. Johnt-bury, who hss mtiie severs! tritt to the fsir this yer. Mist Irene Cstrhell of Berlin tre-t hft to-dsy for Tiltoford and Rutland, for a iit with frieruk. lay f t'-e nroeklnn, Mai, fair lt.bo!y of a younger Irf-otW jut beesue wV. If onr Vailnetts friends 'of .i esr.l. UpChfg of t!- deadly would tVe a leaf nvi of the Vermit j pm. Vea, there is no douH that VneV and get dnwa t ru t frur-s rh-' fnuiliarity treHl e.fiteTr,pt, ta mat rr t ,.r estimate. tKere n ,.) t I some' ter of lren, . 11 rifle and the shnt iri'tU'-e M t.oC.. t Pfnjmrr w'll.'ifn f re.j.,.1 tlj sea in th bands of tHe ermort ft f!r, ahUturlt it i' irww mmhlr of kan.'.rr t ). m - pie. 1ttle tnnr tlia a t-et, BT. tt Wt tn innrxmef't f t f darfer. Tb aie tf t thst thf r.-nlfwi fjr 4rw en.e. is tie rtund t the "'"" lhaa iS t e. ,;ti"li tt M"b't; T,Hr JunHioB. f hi; Irea "! tSe e-i Vn,t ritV it. j,rttir tik Sw f fr-m-r j re- k h- Ur.'i,.B, p-r is te WKirrW t-i.VTt 1 ) it li iAuA m tb f4 aroma the tr.cj.-r and, if ft Jrr ! matinr fate entries, it fr'mg, tUrne tWy l,te en pSrs4 tl.mf1 H Jr M 4 niNil f llSi,!, ii,. Vm t tw. .Urn tW rue 1:ttiH fmii le tp 0 p-T eewt fir 5w tW tsW m t f!' mh thi jers. i( . .j prxfl, fi t'imngh rtl tVir .rvt m J f t-tj'r f a r r A.:U-. TW1 4 sir t4,T tWt - ,rJ u W Vk i. ti'-rr'ne. . e.f t' f-rwei ' '- af tt im s fv V- "'' try s'trM l ' k Vi,V tr,vt leit V i.g f ' l Robert R. McMillan of Burlington lately spent a day or two with bis broth er, Jamet B. McMillan. When a hawk came down into A. A. Reed's dooryard the other morning in pursuit of chicken. Mrs. Reed boldly at tacked the Intruder with a hand rake tnd soon convinced him thst be bad struck the wrong vtrd. When measured, the bird measured CI inches from tip to tip. Mrs. Levi p. Crr bat lately bad the pleasure of a viit from ber niece, Miss Mildred Churchill f Berlin. John R. Iindeville, a former reident of the town, hut for aeversl years psst living in tlsremotit, X. i in town and vicinity for a iit to relatives and friends. Several rarksret of foo!th-elaa tnst- ter Isava lately rre offere-J to rural rsr- riers for nmiling thst were found ta contain a letter. All pstront of the 'f fie are informed thst this is a serious ofTeie and is rmn !.). We bv a fine of not over lim. iiettere or writing of any kind shmild never be eclo-d with any other tnad. A Mtrf inay, if desired. b fastened t the miti i of a pkr. but each is welfhed and potge rstl up aefaratJ-ly for the lett-r is sttsil.ed. floy F.. Marti tok tnt- psrtv t" tli Whit monrtsins te lattr pstt of lat wek, Ftir t.y way of St. Johns liry and vwitifir all tSe rsmc'il points of irlere! in thst r'T-m T p'1 m'lu V4 Mr. and fe l.stle H. Ik rtt, Mr. Tuttle and Mrs. Henry I'o .le The party stayed over rm '4t at the famo,, Hotel at Titine .N m h. in i brt of IW mnt hesBtiful svefv ra the irt int. fey I . b tl-e be.' !! of If H'errt rTiys srere fitT'. ,l Sf Wbt'b t'4l Mer Oj jeee. Two; ki'?',e4 at4 f.'ty-ea p.ile were e T't oa tke tnn. j At s Itte w t ;n? of tW ViT'r Ik ! p ,,... r t iHt . t'e f !! f ,.e,. W-te4 t't te e-.,; f y.-r r le.. A Vn I rt .n T". ! ")!! i if tTi v- ?'(:; r.. rsf-i": tw-e, m- ' 1 r-. C. Mre. Ht.. f-y pnft ' - rp Ci WAITSFIELD Mr. W. C. Rrtpg is tt Heatoa hos pital, nhere she tt, operated uih Mon day for gallstone tnd tumor ia ber side. Little Chtiline !.rn wst ill the f ast week nits ltidigtica. RueHura MrMaboa of Stow rss in toma Iat week. Mrs. Arro I'arMtn snl niece ef War ren wrre ia toa ISturday. Mr. F.. H. Ki. I r-I'w and Vis IVi vi td fni'i in ton lst week. Mr. and Vi. .?.-! n f. Kirir.btiry fnt Sunday ie Minneii, Mia Annie Iil bcm fieia Mnt p let OI er Si4y, Mis Ai.ce l,t,-nm of . M"ptpelwy ;nt t'-e ck end im tmn. Mr. W. A. I . n-i'.c un hi c tl, stale S.f.4r . rofirerto ia link 1 1 ' " I-"r nt.ti inr st tW t rmrn fV,-tl iiri Tlursjay eiennsr st t Vl--k. II. NH t t n.t"a Mow tat. V-. I.. I.. mtt in Nt1 ... J ; M " y. I's'ri k j, s.t,rjr r!t e in Ilm,tB r ! e t . Tt- f : fr't of the . ' fuf4y aht. I mm ,'-1' .V A frm tV ie'J-mM't of t f It -i.-' t'- y- 1 iN t 1 s--wfr-tf 1 r ee t .!. ' tt et " i'm. nr -ft f t hurt ni fr4 lu4--4. it 'm t'4. I j 7 tn.'r r!uer o r re f ; f;' M t t-'-t t! r 4 t'-,'g n t ' r "P '' a I y o-.ve. 7 4 ft -- Tle faner at Ve 1 s1 I1 t. --.4. , t t t-.j-'HI (. r t--: ft,1: fame tlf a t l-r f , t k .f t 1 1 : 1 e Tw -t f at r.-a- ' I 1 - a g i '-. fri rf 1 v ,.f rtr-ir at"f f"f n Vi fsti TV mi, t sf f ' " ' '' tl t'la f e, j " "-ie ."'? y .S-t:,'. t .l v i.f a rr r Qr"y8. A. mri tMt ew-f . t a-1w aa ," ' .-y'JS T ttre,. ft. f.- '. t'y I gj 'l Y w-te e.! r'te 1H1 V fnT . - fte :t f tl t"t if-ie i tt ; V.. R f a 1 f r-et .j 1-mjflt, t-l. tv r at T fl- ail. ) m tad 'aTty' ''$'. t -k Ym ")! ( W f tr-r-"r' tW 1 ' '! f " Sf 4 t ar.r I'.. i'-n: awat. I't-t 1, j ffVi .f f?ti 1 ta j'Wei r"ti-''e. -4 ' f"- w-k t. f" ' 1 -- K ' r W. It "'Siie p"1 f t V s- ! LA i hi 1 1 "" o? tr.r i. tt ' X X" 1 r ! dW, I i- !. New m paj a Boots A i'h For . ih Men t- Women , Luxury Reclining Chairs This is the only Recliner that "fits" your back clean up to that bald spot on your head. We have them in several patterns, covered in leather, at from $20.00 to $23.00 each. . Also a nice line of Leather and Tapestry Up holstered Chairs and Rockers, from $8.00 up to $10.00 each. LET US SHOW YOU A. W. Badger & Co. VXDEKTAKalU CMBALMCES TELKPBOM S47-11 TBI BEST AMBCLANCI SERVICE IN TBS CITY Stylet That Set the Pace Make your clection now, while tylc and widthi are complete. Notice Our Windows. Roger's Walk-Over Boot Shop THE UNIVERS AUCAri A few 1916 Ford Tour ing Cars for immediate delivery. 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