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THE HAHUK DAILY TIMES, BAItltE, VT., SATURDAY, OCTOliEH 10, 191.5.
iflTei.DM and SATOBDAyI 8500,000,000 French Five Year 5 External Loan Anglo ' THE JOINT AND SEVERAL OBLIGATION " OF TH GOVERNMENTS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND ; ' AND ,v: THE FRENCH REPUBLIC DATED OCTOBER 15, 1915 DUE OCTOBER 15, 1920 INTEREST PAYABLE APRIL 15 AND OCTOBER 15 In United States gold coin, without deduction for any present or future British or French taxes Coupon bonds in denominations $100, $500, and $1,000, which may be registered as to principal. Convertible, at the option of the holder, on any date not later than April 15, 1920, or (provided that notice be given not later than-April 15, 1920), at maturity, par for par, into 15-25 Year Joint and Several iy2 per cent, bonds of the governments of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the French Republic. Such 412 per cent, bonds will be payable, principal and interest, in United States gold coin, in New York City, free from deduction for any present or future British or French taxes, will mature October 15, 1940, but will be redeemable, at par and accrued interest, in whole or in part, on any interest date not earlier than October 15, 1930, upon three months' notice. ,! " ' : ' " ' . : PRICE 98 AND INTEREST, YIELDING NEARLY 5'2 PERCENT. Temporary bonds will b& ready for delivery on or about November 1st, exchangeable for definitive bonds when prepared A limited number of these bonds will be for sale at the The Peoples National Bank Worthen Block BARRE DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, OCTOBER T6, 1915. Entered at the Poetoffice at Barre a Second Clan Mail Matter Publiahed Every Week-Day Afternoon SUBSCRIPTION BATES On. year ;;-M- On. month 2 eenta Sinirl. copy c,nl Brattleboro, Windsor and othera will be able to stem the tide of recession in pop ulation. FRANK E. LANGLET. P.blUher It i easy to tee why the black race objwted ao'atrenuouBly to "The Birth of a Nation" film. It aeema almost impossible after so many iokmith have worn out their brains fashioning alleged bits of fun over "blowing out the gas" that a man should turn auppoaed comedy into real tragedy at Burlington boardinglioue. Congratulation! to the Burlington Free Tress on the occasion of its turning out an edition of 20 pages! The occasion is noteworthy becaue of the fact that the performance never befora has been done by a Vermont newspaper and because alo the contemporary had sulEcient ad vertising patronage to demand such an enlargement of edition for a dsy. The contemporary's new Hoe printing prens made the rmrlianical work of the edition seem simple. ' According to all the evidence presented In the newspaper reports, axrraaivc speed on a eurring road was repcmible for the automobile accident near Windsor laat Saturday evening when a big ma chine went careening off the road and brought death to a Tiinbridge woman, one of the occupsnts of the vehicle. A witness aays that he cMimatea the speed of the car as nearly 41 miles aa hour just before the accident happened. If audi ahoulJ prove to be the isae there l only one course for the state depart-1 ment having mr.lor regulation in charge to do, and that is to revoke the opera tor's license of the tnaa at the wheel. What other action will follow remain for tha courts to determine. MovrrEUER s rori'LATiox r-TATlSTK. The Indicate! incra in the ppile tiofl of Motitp'iT in the period from )P10 ta 11 is anmewhat dissr pointing Th Trait ia Soyaltiet. " " ' " " the portatio ,4 roysltr lU any -h THE GRIP OF BASEBALL. It is remarkable how the game of base ball has gripped tha American public In recent years. Always aince the game gained the dignity of being played in regularly constituted leagues the people have evinced an interest in the sport; and that interest really has been growing in recent years Instead of diminishing, as one might expect. And now the cli max has been reached in the post-season series played for the championship of the world, so-called. Tens of thousands of people each day during the seriea eagerly striving for admission to the baseball park, while hundreds of thousands, yes,! ; iiiiuviio vi Twir, luuun ui.iaui low the progress of the games with' marked avidity as the dispatches are bul-j Mined. So intense is the interest that there is a demand for the news in the' iar distant corners of tha continent. If Ik)-ton ia baseball craty, figuratively speaking, then California is likewise stirred to an unwaua! interest. From the far south to points across the inter national boundary line tip north, men, women and children anxiously await news of the contests. Indeed, it ia not wide of the truth to assert that during the past five days the one event of su preme importance transpiring in the I'nited Statee has been the world's si-ri.s ! played in IV)ton and Philadelphia. The game proved a magnet not alone for the callow jouth but for the profess i on tl man as well. It gripped men in all walks of life, from tho president down to the humblest worker! and President Wilson even lent his presence to one of the games plsyed in Philadelphia, and no doubt he received information interested ly each day of the eonteeta. For the time being, baseball haa been the thing ot supreme importance, albeit of mere transitory importance. And who sl.sll say that the sport, inron sequential as it may seem to the aninitiaU-d, does not accomplish considerable good through bringing the comera of the nation Into somewhat cloeT relationship? Baseball aervea ffWwciiwisly to weld the hetero genous tnM-s together. Adam made the first Fall but since then every Fall seems to show improvement in the mak ing of men s clothing. Our new ones this season are the most satisfactory in style, cut and cloth you've seen. We've a very large showing of NEW FALL SUITS . and jfdvise buying early as you get first choice and you have the full season to wear it. Guaranteed Suits and Over coats, S15 to $25. Mackinaws and Sweaters at the same prices as last year. F. H. Rogers & Company Ii Mrs. Frank Wood left on Friday night for Lsacx, where she is to pass a few days with her daughter, Miss Annie Wood, who ia a teacher there. Mrs. F. L. Townecnd of Barnard un derwent an operation at the sanatorium this week for the removal of fibroid tu mors and ia now thought to be as com fortable as could be ei peered. Misa Sav aire, her niece from Bethel was here on Friday to call upon her. Tha high and graded schools were in session on Tuesday and on Friday they had a day from school, mat the? could go to their homes. . II r. -Frank Mann left on Friday for RANDOLPH eahibit of fruit, vegetables and cooked food was very extensive and of high quality. The Kimball family closed Montague place on Wednesday and went aa far as Norfolk, Conn., by auto, after which they will journer to Brooklyn. The ladies' aid of tha Baptist church met Thursday and elocted tha follow ing officers for the next six months i President. Mrs. J. J. Mimets; ic pres ident, Mra. J. H. Thompson; secretary, Mra. A. I. Hephea; treasurer, Mrs. H. A. Ijconard; executive committee, Mrs. A. B. Cushman, Mra. James .ton.-a, Mra. d, thatjK- Ifohrok, Mrs. Kugene Ilolmaa, Mrs. J. W. Curran, Mrs. J. C, Harlow and I Mra. D. J. Frszier. CI? It I! EXT COM M EXT Hpririgfield to visit relative and attend to some business nutters. Mr. and Mra. W. H. Gladding left Fri day for Lacoma. N. H, having pone for few days' Tisit with George (.Udding. Harold tharpe ia in town, coming from ITamilton, Mass, for a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Shsrpe. Mr. and Mra. William Morann and their two children have come from For eatilsle. Conn, for a two weeks' stay with Mrs. M-wann'a father, Mas Chad wick, and ther relative. Mr. Morrill came from Tunbri!c c Friday morning to rail upon her wm. Oilman M. Gay haa come from New Haven, Conn., wjere he haa employment with the Winrheater Arm company, for a abort vacation with his parenta, Mr. and Mr. A. B. Gay. Mis fylvia Comsloek, stenographer for Sargent, 0pood & Ronndy company, ha gone to 1. Vewater, X. J, to pa three week with her brother. Dunald ( omstorlc. ' j Mr. Irena Iri-r died at the home ( I her daughter, Mi. B. A. Mam heater, on J Tuesdsy morning and her funeral waaj held from the same home o Thursday j afternoon, Kev. Fraaer Mrtager offViat-! ing, and interment ee in honthview j w no I at U.e anatr.um. w&ere re re met err. ir. Iv,r ,.A r,), ,1.. loie,t tm Wedncday V treatment f . n ftM' j, ,urvi,e4 h. tif. hi left hand, whi. h had bee Injured i .1..1J lKA mmA Vr n A Vt. ! a. . . a . " ' J - - M - ' - I aJre ia erm't s population anl er Furoia euntrv. 71 rmme ha " V b'"'" nacoine, Erg-r ,u. f this place, M Mr. CharJe. II who lot&ei to Moi.tpelter a one of the rcnvmnnitie to c?,tiihijte to that ad ei'. 1 t-e eeneu i!t -ori-l ly tte city 11 ie j-r an I jit con plete re eals a gata of t-nlr al.fl.t'y tnre tKan'them ia penfier d e n tr Wa psrin he d.rideoa. eer tinoe the'1"''. . n",l,T. J. 7.' . " , i " '" "f B-Tta, n4 one airter, war W-s. Tim stste. hh f r,!lv j ,'"rt, l" ' ' , Mr. Alma I lia, of Fo. heater, h w s I me tpether into the preM-t.t trn.sa to '' ,or ""mt " ' t,w ber at the time of her death j empire ,ave their rval honee. and an M'a. Nettle Rif and Mm tiitve Ru , Mrt Tb.ms Ilri.U-e rd Ma Hor- tni.:-K-eni f,nrf?fr ! t rronea m iir-rvrt i " " " i e"ii g vi- i. itenee flint have otm to Kt'n for w Slate i ,r I, 11 e.ii.i i nn. It a nes 3-sl peraovt r..r 1V federal cerins tneeijnee. nr aa H t'.few I cme v I Terlt Thofrnna of Montpelier came 1910, r.ak.rf an aver.?, in-r-.w of r,!, V' T . m S" ,nt-T l".r'!t rr.eprer.ta, Kr . 4 I I fn4 tf" f- t'emany wherever ele an Mr. A. J. Ff-Ur. -' " r"",J- t'ev B.itift fa.l. TJ.efore the -enii4 Iv ).tr ti m'iM-a of t!e i4-Te.e ia rt ! t V'th rth e4 anutb are ie to 1W f t t Vortp!'er 1 I'M ei ai-e-i,rt i? f in r-ert tear! t me rt Bat to-day 1 rt le f9 E. T. ?-a!imrT. Dr. F. C. AnrTl. i B. A da ma and W. R. Sarfer.t wrrt Tn- re ia-re't in rrjthv with ti aiitea. . i M e . I plawt wl w-h er twt ret."e4. ..-. 1 1 1,,.,, f.eew:!f the eir1 - ,f the If'f.r i't nnr m swew in e"wqtn in t'.rw. h 'ie m IB n !'t V Witki T- oi t t. ' we il! j"-tiiB tr tW gt::te n.''tt'y tt-ete. In nH, of f 'e -t ST piieae ef t -t re V.rtrljf itrr Ita l--a r. -,., f f-o Is'ia, f'"ff s He iti a"n-e of tH m ft t r' Kie to report a a'n't ?ae, f ft :lti"t eM. j It i rv.-lft.-! fitn tUt " ;! t tr-' i at a fe - !! t'" Cja f tKe 4ae wS l-Se to "W tt-art r-t'.i st -! -T t eu, he t elal i.--t'.e im "roe r- wit tm t.i t 4''fi"a je trs r aer ft t- ' r te. ei t -Bf.i, tti !''. w h"w , B to1 m f ee' 1119. is V..Z e'i t'-st e-j.u.- I t?-t Ike F'.tiard, f, Vint '. r" t fmvt tf the ksnf t a ter tlie ta-aer; hot la f (iiri t ks'-g m a . -f t4 ttie Iww ef f !.la '..ieri. a f'o'i-a'ia t-e krf n a CtJnt'g th Sarpeiit ear to Woreeeter ttd Boetfa. O. W. Ve and hi rartr ret u-r3 t!.s week f".fa a threw iajs aty ir Awl ata J. n taiia'.aa, xx iie tr p wrth Mr. Mann. ! TV f;rt apeetirf ot t-e Cb'M-ii er.pvt; et-4 t'-e tr' ia eVn rnl'dw keH t tie 'ir ww m ltr- r te t ti'teeiirte4 the JH "W V'wy titt. J. B a-narfr of t fa- tl.t tHe l;e i 1 .-lei i i f M'-ej-Being tbe a"wer If it'r )t t T!r- T.-?fii m 3i to fir I t'ii. ".trjwfieaa tT- "i.p Ff.Uwwief t"'i. t "e -".-e- f v a fwe f -e e tl selfw tSe 1 he year e-11 a no are t -l etl U t!e rl-e d srtrt- I": Ir. T. A. Fat'm. eei4et t ; E. V. . - f-f t'e ! U 7 e kie-r ia 7l' 'i-v. ait pre , 4ft : T. tt . Jt r - I'tKf let. 1" fie f" an. e-etay; 4. T. 5oee. tnMrer, f ,n r-; re ti i T-i--" f oe. ;4 H F. 7 iV i"tart t'"re. fie--- 't"l t a n- . t fnwt-Tif e-4. f -i. ! ! t Kt M-4i r (! ia r-r to trie rri ttwe . e-t t lie re''4 ia t e rwh hrm - '- rl m r "': t V Vwe lK ? t 'e It rear V t re'v-af-T e Ve t.. 5 re lfl few dsys' ty. There w a lide-.f,., f.f IT fro her ) a TTurMay t att.tl tKe i -tri-l m t j rce ff t f-r'er rf Faterw Mar. wkwli ws w.tb Ptth chapter at Barre. V; Helea KinjTilmr-v rf Hietm. Va- i pae a ! le 4 Wk w tti Mr. 7ra At 'I Mra C. F-. IVvrry and infant dauj-'tef, bo hare here two r"l '.a rtk Vrt Iwey 'a a-tt.. Mr aM M-J. M Loan. -e ret;rfe4 to tber la keer. X. IL triBSTFintLE. .f J.i. the :t I . t 0.r i'iieW t4 t-e eiu-rh .-i; a jet,,, l.ee f. ,JJ.r IB (W mtt em 7 oe i4r eit,ng at 7 e!k. A'i are , w-JiUAjesrcsni. - Va-'v.e , t "-Kitiii r -'t" ! r iet,t-r,i W " f"e't St La Vogue Coats and Dresses See the Coats for $5.00, $5.98, $7.50, $10.00 - Regular prices were $10.00 up to $15.00. Lot $1.00 and $L25 Waists for . ;.69c, 79c, 98c "Lot Ladies' House Dresses, $1.25. now 79c and 98c See the new Gloves, one day, per pair, for ,25c, 50c, 75c See the Sample Wool Dresses at $5.00, $5.98, $6.98 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 will find Bargain Tables located on this floor. It will pay you to visit this store. Table No, 1 Skirts Ladies' Separate Skirts, spe- cial, $1.00, $1.98, $2.98, $3.98 Table of Waists Some of these we sold at ' $1.00. Now at 50c and 69c Big Glove Sale 50c Tan Gloves for 39c 75c Long White Wash 4 Gloves, per pair 50c Black Gloves, white stitch, 50c $L25 Washable Cape Glove, per pair 95c Bargain Table . Goods on this table nearly half price. Over 240 pieces of Scarfs and Center Pieces, all hand made Jap Goods. Scarfs and Squares at. . . .19c Scarfs and Squares at. . . .25c 75c Hand-Made Linen Pieces.. 50c 75c Hand-Made Linen Pieces, ,59c $1 Hand-Made Linen Pieces. . .75c Another, Blanket Sale Gray Blankets, pair 39c Crib Blankets, pair ..... 25c $1.00 Blankets, pair 89c $1.25 Blankets, pair $1.00 $1.50 Blankets, pair "1.25 $1.39 Blankets, pair. ..... 1.19 $1,50 Blankets, pair 1.39 $1.75 Blankets, pair 1.49 $1.98 Blankets $1.50, $1.69 New Comfortables in sale, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98 up Bargain Table Outing Flannels, per yard. 10c Values in Short Lengths, yd. 7c 36-in. Bleached Cotton, ..ViC Bargain Table x Muslin Underwear Corset Covers up to $1.00 Night Robes and Skirts, your choice, each 50c Children's Underwear All on bargain table. All sizes, 35c value for..... 25c For real bargains in good merchandise it will pay you to trade at this store pipit And Women Stylet That Set the Pace Make your edection now, while itjle and width are comr'f te. Notice Our Windows. Roger's Walk-Over Boot Shop 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 $25.00 each. Also a nice line of Leather and Tapestry Up holstered Chairs and Rockers, from $8.00 up to $40.00 each. LET US SHOW YOU A. W. Badger & Co. tXDCBTAKaRS EMBAJ-MERJ TELKmONI 447-11 TBK BEST AMBlT-ANd f CBVICE IV THE CITT Come To-day Saturday cr Any cay to the C. N. Kenyon & Co. atorc , and ave dollars on all Silverware, Glassware, Chinawarc, Tinware, Kitchen ware, Cut Glass, Cutlery, etc Everything in the t're to be cloned out refardk i f co.L. Here are only a few of the many terrain you'il find: SFLCIAL One lot of rrjrulir Zoc Itrooma now only l?c 176 No- Ma - HBa.aaBBWlBBMaBaBBBBHaBaaBIBBBBBaaaaBBBBBaBBMBaBBBBaMBMBBMBHPaa SPEOAL Ilath Uorim ntore. th rtrvlar T.V In 113 t a 1 n Cu.y. now mif Qne uhe fun of odd !0c Hard nod Hor Mops rrc- j ar1i(irs an perfect, nwe lilar fl.rfO cjoahtj, now j ,rt&en t damaced, now f,nl7 . (wddaand end.)...2 fr 5e J?pape Crpa and Sane ern, rrjular 2c ja!i!y. riw ti'r 1 V f r 2 for 2e t rf4) Shl f Shrt Maie. ' A3 rrct!ar T f 3 for ,.-.lff; or 3 frr l(c C; in, ar-crl ar?4 watcli the w-in-'-na. OrdfTf tV f'r rr.strh'r.r 3 Chrr.a Xl e. Ilf-rrb.-W the j!-e C. N. Kr.y'n it Co. 5t"re V. IL Wcsfcolf, aManagcr 13 rero'ar lOe gondm at . . 7c c-r 4 for ir !or -t cv iM ?tjt of frj'itr. Jl ? tnt wrah K"t. at4 tne hert te. e-rt-l!!,, ia m- s.tu.t Bl aur:. s At. rat tjrad at !ryt .-. k tim x.--7.