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.THE BAHRE DAILY TIMES, BAKKK, , VT., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1013. The Homer Fitts Co. IT'S ECONOMY to have enough shoes. About the minimum for the woman who wants to get the last cent out of every shoe dollar is three pairs of La France. If you made your first selection early in the season, your mind is probably already made up as to the styles you'll need to see you through. We have them for you. i. V 'I ft'. Vlh . : wail:..? tfv'sV BARIIE DAILY, TIMES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915. The Weather For New England, fcUimluy fair. TALK OF THE TOWN Hy express, ladies' separate skirts, at Vaughan's. New baby coat and bonnets at the Vaughan tore. It will pay you to see our coati before you buy. look at Vaughan's. M37I - EXTRA - Official German War Films Authorized by the GERMAN GENERAL STAFF Six smashing reela of fight ing and the greatest war films out These filmi'are now being shown in Boston and New York, and they show: ; "LIFE IN THE TRENCHES" "THE FIGHTING IN FRANCE" "THE WAR IN THE WEST" "TURKEY IN THE WAR" "THE WAR ON THE BELGIAN COAST" "THE WAR IN THE EAST" These pictures show the actual conditions in WARRING EUROPE to-day At the BARRE OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS OCTOBER 22 AND 23, at 7 and 8:30 o'clock; also MATINEE ON SATURDAY at 2:30 o'clock PRICES Adults, 23c; Children, 10c MEET US AT THE FOOD FAIR Howland Hall, Oct. 26 and 27 Our booths will be No. 6 and 7 and we will show Crawford Ranges. See the new Triple Crawford Range. C. W. AVERILL & CO. TELEPHONE IM BARRE. TEIMONT TALK OF THE TOWN Special values la tailored suits at Abbott's. You should visit Abbott's bargain base ment. Saturday, Just for one day, dark-colored house dresses only 69c at Vaughan's. Saturday sale $2.00 blankets, large size, slightly imperfect, sale only $1.49 at Vaughan's. Thomas R. Waterman of Hurlington tenor soloist, vocal teacher and coach will be at 17 Wellington stret Mondays from 2 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. in. Tel. 128-1 or Hotel Barre. adv. I George A. Ford, publisher of Granite, , Marble and Bronze, who has been snrnd- I 1 : . 1 J il. i - . : ' Uif4 DCTcini uTfl in no JWIIC gimme belt, returned this forenoon to his home in Boston. . : ., I - 1 t .. 1 iL. a t ... . the gas plant around 7 o'clock last even ing. Repair men from the fire depart ment located tht trouble with little difll culty. To-morrow night at 7 o'clock in the Presbyterian church, Rev. Edgar Cross- land will deliver the final lecture-sermon on "The Nations at War." His topic will be "Itreat liritain. Soloist, Miss Bella Cantley. Stakes have been driven for the new granite manufacturing plant which Wal- dron Miield and George E. Mills are to erect on a lot in Burnham's meadow oc cupied until recently as a woodynrd. It is the intention of the contractor, A. B. Lane, to push the construction work as rapidly as possible in order to com plete the superstructure before the ar rival of cold weather. PARK THEATRE Today Daniel Frohman presents Clyde Fitch's powerful drama The Moth and the Flame in 5 acts Splendid picturization of a modern drama see it. ALSO OTHER FEATURES SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE TODAY A free h. of pop -cor. (iTea to every child attending. Matinee, 2.15 Evening. 7 and 8.30 HEAR THE PARK ORCHESTRA Monday and Tuesday Bofworfh presents EUie Janii In the comedy written by herself BETTY IN SEARCH OF A THRILL. It's a dandy. Admission 5c and 10c Alterations to the top story of the Worthen building on North- Main street are nearing completion, carpenters and glaziers having flnixhed already the work of building a photographer's skylight at the tear and of the suite winch A. M. Troupe, the photographer, is to oc cupy. Mr. Troiie intends to trsnsfer his studio fiitures from the Gladding blink, so called, next week. A delegation of fifteen Barre Wood men, members of Grsnite City csmp, re turned this morning from Burlington, here they joined with Woxlmen. from all parts of Vermont in welcoming lh-i Consul John Talbot of Minneapolis at a banquet Ut evening. The local members of the order left Barre 1st yesterday afternoon and reached lturlington in time for the parade that preceded the banquet and speech ma king. Fancy sweet potatoes, 13 lbs. for 25c. supply your wants from our stocK. East man Bros. Robert Finley went this morning to Northtield, where ho will make a week end visit with rclutives. At the food fair in Howland hall, the ladies will serve a luncheon of fruit sal ad, sandwiches, cake, tea and coffee. Miss Hazel Kimball of Enosburg Falls is the guest of Miss Hazel fhpinney of French street, a teacher in the city schools. Ezra Gooley of Beckley hill left the city this morning for Sherbrooke, P. Q., where he expects to make a stay of sev eral days with relatives. This is the last day of the sale on stamped goods at Mrs. Flora Foster's art needlework store. Ten per cent discount on all millinery to-day.-r-adv. Don't miss going to the masque carni val dance Nov. 4 given for the tnnttit of the Barre City hospital. Big tirae for all. Carroll's orchestra. Bill, $1 per couple. Mr. and Mrs. William Burton and Mrs. Stephen Burton returned to their home in Woodsville, N. H., last night, after having been called here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Marcia B. Emory. 'Marriage is the ' greatest gambling game in the world, but I n a sport, and Ira willing to take a chance" "The Man from Virginia," Barre opera house, Fri day and baturday, ov. 5 and 6. adv, Those who have heard Mr. Crossland speak on the various "Nations at War" will want to hear him speak on "Great Britain to-morrow evening at 7 in the Presbyterian church. Soloist, Misa Bella Cantley. A. E. Parkhurst of Fitzwilliura, N. II., srrived in the city this morning, having been summoned here by the death of Mrs, Emma Drown of North Main street, whose funeral is to be held this, after noon at 2 o'clock. The condition of Miss Jean Mao'Jonald of Fairview street, who lias been seri ously ill at the City hospital for the past sis weeks, is slightly improved, and it is expected that Miss MacIVinald will undergo an operation at the hospital as soon as ber condition warrants it. MONTTEL1ER Joseph Goodnature Taken to Rutland; George Morgan to Vergennfs. Deputy Slierir Arthur Emury went this morning to Vergcnues and -Rutland, taking Joseph Goodnature, to tliu house of correction and Goonro Moil'hii of J in r re, a minor, to the industrial school. Goodnature was sentenced to the house of correction in city court tlio middle of the week for not less than eight months. Morgan was committed to thu industrial school for being a delinquent child. CHAKLTOJf TRIAL RESUMED. Witnesses Tell f Condition ia tht SUy r's Home. Como, Italv, Oct. 23. Concerning tht ! condition under whica Porter Charlton lived with tltc wife he later killed, it jneaaws differed yesterday at tht resump tion of Itia trial here, i Some thought their differences of I opinion were mere spat; others ik jof them aa violent quarrel. Nm thought Charlton dominated Lis wife, , others that he controlled him complete- i'r- The rnurt hand!e! the priKwd np rapidly, liotenmg t twenty witne. j They im luded eerals and traWmeB ho aaw mre or of the Oiarltns hil th.y wer Mving in the b"ue they oecni M'd at th time of th murder. The tet,mrr related to eeKt wbich led p Special children's matinee at the Tark theatre this afternoon. A bag of "But ter Kist" popcorn given free to every mid. ine popcorn is taken from a new machine, operated by electric motor and gas. "Butter Kist" is made delectable by the use of strictly fresh butter from the local creamery. adv. The ladies of St. Monica's church real ized a tidy sum from the rummage sale in the Arcade block, which waa con- luded yesterday. There were liberal donations of wearing apparel and other articles and the response from manv patrons was extremely gratifying. The following committee had charge of the sales Mrs. Patrick Brown, Mrs. H. Bon- nett, Mrs. T. Marin and Mrs. E. J. Owens. A wedding of interest to several Barre people will be that of George W. I'lum- mcr of Detroit, Mich., to Miss Elva Clay of Windsor. Mr. 1'lummer was for merly popular young clerk in the em ploy of hmith 1 turnings. Ilia bride was a teacher in the public schools of Windsor. They will lie at home to their friends at 276 Meadowbrook avenue, De troit, Mich., where Mr. Mummer is em ployed as a salesman. It being her birthday and alwo the IMh anniversarv of her marriage, Mra. C. E. Ilixby of Bevkley hill was given a sur prise party lat evening. About 40 friends and neighbora wer present and the evening was spent in various game and readings by Mrs. Sanborn and Mrs. Allen. In behalf of thone present, she was presented a work basket. !iefreh mrnta were served. The company broke up at a late hour, wihmg her manv more happy birthdays and anniversaries. Bruce Chettermnn. the playwright, who wrote "The Man From Yinrinia," which is to lie presented in the opera hoiine Nov. i ft under the aupiees of the Barre Woman's club, arrived In the citv ves- trrdsy to ait Mr. Spitler In training the east for the production. During th summer Mr. Chentermnn has been spend ing mt of his time in ergenne. where t o local talent product 'ur netted their sponsor a large sum. Kehearsals for "The Man From Virginia." are being held reguUrlv and much progress) ha been made in the sr of fitting the psr- ticipstit for tlte several roles they are it assume. Viitrs ia the ntr TeMevdav and to- lay im ludet the follow ing peoi.lei Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Meil. Mi Campbell. Wis J.hntm. I'. W. McNeil of lba- in. . . Mallaee lVtet. Howard F. tt and Jife Bennett, ehaiifleur. C. II. Rogers of Merlin, Ore., left last night for his home, after making an ex tended visit in Cabot with his brother. Miss Mildred Shattuck of Burlington arrived in the city last evening for a few days' visit with Misses Gertrude and Mildred Lull. ' Mrs. Elizabeth James of Moscow ar rived in the city yesterday for an ex tended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Georgo Buzze.ll, of First avenue. A daughter was born at Heaton hos pital yesterday afternoon to Mr. -and Mrs. Julius A. Wilcox of Ludlow, Mr. W ilcox, assistance clerk of the House of Representatives is assisting at tho State HouBe in -revising the statutes. . Sanford A. Daniels of the industrial accident board left last evening for his homo in Brattleboro. Chairman Robert W. Simonds of the board, who has been io Seatle, Wash., attending a na tional conference of accident commis sioners, is expected to arrive in the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McPherson of Waltham, Mass., and Mrs. Elmer Mo- I'herson of Worcester, Mass., arrived in the city last evening for a vhjit with Arthur Emery of Elm street. Mr. and Mrs. Mcrherson will continue in a few days to the Pacific coast, to attend the exposition. . Supfc, John E. Maun of the Central Vermont road was a visitor in the city this morning. C. W. Scott and Rawson Myrick went this noon to Groton, to pass the week end at the hitter's camp. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Larabee left to day for Burlington, where they will make a brief visit with relatives. Miss Lillian Henry returned yesterday from Boston, where she passed ten days with relatives, and will resume her du ties Monday in the local telephone ex change. Roscoe Lynde, who has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. George Edson, of First avenue, left last evening tor Chicago, where he has a position. Benjamin Gates, secretary of civil and military affairs, returned this morn ing from Burlington, where he attended a state meeting of the Woodmen. YOUR UNDERWEAR WANTS - MAY BE SUCCESSFULLY SATISFIED HERETO-DAY t Ladies' Suits and Separate Garments summer- f weight lisle, heavy cotton, heavy fleece and light and 1 heavy wool. All sizes. At 50c to $2.50. Children's Suits in Gray and White Wool and White 2 Fleece. 50c, $1.00 and $1.25. X' Children's Vests and Pants in White and Gray Fleece. All sizes at 25c a garment. BUTTONS -See these we are selling at 10c a card. New "Belle" Waists, "Ideal" House Dresses, Neckwear and Novelties. Henry W. Knight Gordon Block, Next to N. D. Phelps Co.'s 'Phone 590 : : t t v GOT NEARLY ALL SUED FOR. Fred H. Graves Sought $269 for Repairing Building. Rutland, Oct. 23.- The jurv in the case of Fred H. Graves of Fair Haven vs. John II. Policy of the same place, which has been on trial in Rutland county court since ednesday, yesterday re turned a verdict awarding the plaintiff $249. Mr. Graves sued for $2til, which is the balance due for repairing the Pol- ley building at Fair Haven, which was amaged by a fire. J. C. Jones and C. V, l'oulln were counsel for the plaintiff and W, IL Preston represented the de fendant. The case of Lena Stackford, adminis tratrix of Orin Stack ford, vs. the Rut land railroad, a $10,000 negligence action, which was scheduled to be tried by jury yesterday, was aettled out of court. I U'ebler '& Webber and J. C Jones were Counsel for the plaintiff and E. W. Law-( rence for the defense. Mr. Stackford was caught between two cars in the Rutland railroad yards and killed on Augtit 30, 1013. Union Dry Goods Co. This Wew, Live, and Up-to-Date Store is gaining in favor daily with the people as an ideal shopping place. Out Coats and Suits are selling fast, so plan to make your selection to-day. The styles are positively correct in every detail, and the reasonable prices make this department the chief center of attraction. Plush Coats are scare and advancing in price daily, but we can quote old prices. THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF Ladies' and Misses9 Suits ever shown in this city. The season's newest models in the most popular fabrics and coloring. Prices Range from $12.75 to $27.50 To-day Specials that Mean a Saving to You Lot of All Wool Coats $5.98 Dress Special 89c s of fine 14 years, 89c Misses', Juniors' and Ladies' sizes, bought from a New Vork manufacturer at a special, discount; actual value, $10.00. Your choice to-day Waist Special 89c f pretty ike selec- 89c An elegant assortment of pretty styles from which to make selec tion. Actual values. 91 to $1.25. In one lot for to day selling at, each Girls' School Dresses, made of fine Ginghams, etc.; sires 6 to 14 years, fcpecial for to-day only, and a dandy assortment, each . . . . You will find many special values in all departments, and a visit to this store will more than repay you. EXPERIENCED UNION SALESPEOPLE TO WAIT UPON YOU Union Dry Goods Company 191 North Main Street Lota of new goods just received. Visit Vaughsn's. New plsid silk waists. Paris Shirt waist House. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED WANTED A airl would Ilk. a poaftlon doing kuawark : undrntanda enokina. In- auir hr letter to "HouMWork." ear Tinxa. lfeftl Arri-ES Moniter. a Mr of No. 1 applai : II v.nxm. la hampers, tiamtU and hulk. G. H. mUi Mant-peiler, Vl leatt DOXT FORGET THE PLACE where you can buy your Furniture cheap. AImj Moves and all kinds of Heaters. M. GOTLEIt It (Lradaarr Hlrart Tite KS-II in the trir!y. The oVts.L .f the find- L,f fro.i.i, r I, W wrrm nrXt ar Save a Quarter on a Pair OF GUARANTEED o lir W IS By Using Coupon Clipped from Ireland Advertisement in Sunday Supplement of Boston Sunday Globe. ; The Frank McWhorter Co. tnirs f Mra. fhar!t'e body h4 ! W ra Hei) t t iiijowiimmt. ! Mli lVrh, OmrJton s thief cn I. )wt "t f a nk be4, as ia court still far frtn f!L rnals at 1M1 fUrre; E W. Braibr .f fir!irift. W. K Tea lrt f It -Tufxliint, C. f. Htioll .f lvreit'-e. Mt, A. T. I'.rr of V!! Ritrr. Paul fc.(.,er of Nr wk tty, J. F. H h-t-l ff PniiTif-t. F.. J. vr f kt. A'hana. rir' M. Ik". f Prattl lr, Vr. a-1 Vt-n. F-. V. Lra .f rr . . . i I , Vr H. 1. 14 v Kwwwlarr falls. A HOUSE OF ISAGEDT. Weaads ttK4rt4 ta Wax. 1 IrmJoe,. r-t 2.-t Jeata rf tl it twtli fetr at i" f ft t years as the M-'t ff wnnn i i I raw a.'!4 -tb. trp?t to tht '.ire vee rrd nt t fUle 1 lTe -n l4m I'-tre ia Si er. 1 lH. 1e f-mi A te fanuM. Hi-f! 4 years f . irg tH lan-;'i r-li. It t' rmir t-a4 t r A i t-t t-f-i ' P-f a 4 J" tn T't t r Anit I r. (f if Pt-trr". t-t'e- t .-r Ant w; A"Ht 4-4 ta ti 'ev at te t4 Irtsr . A trwrr-W t fain r a ! f l.ar f' A-ti;a I n-r. a V. V, Vr. at.4 Mr. II. R. TwrteT ff !. j " ia, X. IL i Ti4ml at frf-Tl -l'p t ." a'ter-I (tMf ! l .iti'owr iur the nn jtf rrnlirf fans a4 fHner at the ' t-r-r.e t4 a ritf1. paul-Jsnf 1 it-h an4 ct. J"htwry 'trtrt. il-l tt m'v ffte fr : lift 'rf i't r"f f H H orlki j -r K-li f lmti, tariff in t! mmim, ' -il'tie t -t-w-y ' t M. J"lrirt . V"t ' f1ee hmt - a ir,A at ihm t 1 he I if h-ii' irit Isare vt t V e (kt-rj ti .. T( fw be i 1 V l V f wh " ' ' . twt. t j j it l,t aa wile -t it I t i ' , t a .r at t'e - m 4 f'-.? ' i', : e ia lie i.,- 51 rm a lv tn n mml- M'Ii!T a-;ns-r at tr f "ti lt Friends That Wear Well "Ha!itonShoc"havehccn tried and not found want in,:. They are the rrouct of 35 year of "knowing how hoe making and are j more popular to-day than j ever. We invite you to ! fee the new tyl for fall, j SI, S 1.50 .and S5 Watch our Wi Phor e IS6-11 tt n tx u n ti n tt a a tt Snappy Overcoats! The newest patterns, with velvet col lars, form-fitting and loose backs, and the largest variety shown in the city. Winter weight Underwear at all prices and in all sizes. Don't forget the Overcoats. At the Bigr, Busy Union Store Union Clothing Co. Depot Square, Barre, termont ::Kuaas'Kt.cuccnanysaa.na PAVILION THEATRE I AM FEAcriCS fRfO rtiOiWCrlrV ifARCM OF THE &Hff?PF'S PAUOMTCR.AND IPiNDHtR BECAUSE- TXAfj WHAT A MOVlC STAR 7rP 1 r" T! rMOiT DO To , eT , A -'rt ir. Jow Firm's Sl::3 Sfcre C. S. Asi-r-'a fmr Vr-fwil Thri!. UvthHt. fr-tKe tnfcflanlni new nf hst it nml on in the or!d s'1 r4 this u Vkndrd in the pcti;re rninm to be ttn st the Tavilion Ibese. f WHEN' COWBOY WAS KING A very infc rc-ninfi western feature in five rrti, ihcwjng roping, of ttccri and breaklr. in of broncho; a Ho a pretty Isttlc lot e ttory Til E OCTOPUS A .Vrecl SV. drama of ex certior.al merit BERT1ETS 5TRATACEM A V.tzXrarn Coom chaicr , Ore Other GrvJ Reel f 9 OUALIFa REELS 9 ; TRICES: ... Adoltf Iff, Crildrro 3r tx a 2 n tt - tt tt tt tt tt tt - tt n tt tt tt tt tt ti, aaxx: a rm e, l til err-.