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13AUHK DAILY TIMES, UAKKE, VI'., TllUKSUAY, OCTOiJEJt 28, 1UI5. O . I ' , I BARRE DAILY TIMES Special lor.. atarday 2 OUTING FLANNEL ' Our Saturday special sales are of especial interest to the people of Barre and vicinity as they provide wanted merchandise of guar anteed excellence at positive savings from prices that were as low or lower than those of any other store in this vicinity. If you want to make your money bring the greatest possible return watch for our Saturday special sales. Special for Saturday, October 30 One lot of Flannels, 9c and 10c values, special at 6 l-2c These are full 27-inch goods of good weight and in good color ingsgrey, blue, and pink; both striped and checked- These are on sale at our bargain counters in the rear of our store where you find many more specials of equally as good value. Don't forget, Saturday, October 30th. Tlic Bdmei Fnfis Co. Pictorial Review Patterns THURSDAY. OCTOBSR 28, 1913. The Weather Tartly cloudy and warmer to-nlghtj probably local rains; moderate winds be coming south. , TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OF THE TOWN Mr. Fred Bird of Plain street enter tained about a dozen mrmbers of onu of the committees of I'oealiontas ladies at her home last evening. Miss Rose Hopkins, who' has been vis iting her sister, Mrs. Mary McCarthy, of Summer street during the past three months, coming here from BrattleboM, left this morning for Greenfield, Mass., where she will visit for an extended time. Later she will enter a hospital at Greenfield to train for a nurse. A committee on entertainment at the Baptist church have been busy for the past few days gathering together games and entertainment for a Halloween po cial that Is to be given at the church to-morrow night. They have been real successful and all are invited to attend and enjoy themselves. This For It. Sniper "I've knocked the spike orf of 'is bloomin' 'elmit Vs took the top orf o' my bloomin' ear and it's my shot next!' London Opinion. TALK OF THE TOWN Marqtterade and Halloween party, Presbyterian church, Friday evening. adv. Mrs. Flora Burnham of South Main street is visiting in Williamstown for a few days. John Jarvis of Pleasant street left yesterday for Fitchburg, MaB., where he will be employed as a stone cutter.. The mission circle of the Universalist church will meet with Mrs. S. D. Allen Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Please note change of date. TALK OF THE TOWN Bob Leonard and Ella Hall at the Bi jou to-day. adv. See what you can buy on our bargain tables. The Vaughan Store. V. E. Folsom left Barre last night for Boston, where ho will make an extended stay. Miss Nellie Buxton went to North- field this forenoon to pass the remainder of the week with friends. Miss Jessie Bell way of North Main street has gone to New York for a week's visit with relatives. Mrs. William Lindscy, Mrs. Scott Tinkham and William Bannlngan have returned to their home in Queechce, aft er spending several days in the city as ' the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. House of West street. A number of people from this city ! were in South Royalton yesterday to its heartfelt thanks. , Mrs. Annie J. Phelps, chairman To-day $340 Have you seen this automobile that we are going to let you have at your own price? Drown Motor Car Co. Jefferson Street. Barre, Vt. See the pretty silks for waists at tha Vuughan Store. "If vou would Btav voung, dance," at tho masque carnival.. Nov. 4. adv. All clerks not emnloved please call at painters' hall Friday afternoon at 2 oVlock and receive lockout pay. W. H. Eager, pres. . . . Ladies and children's nightgowns, stamped and made up, choice designs special at 50c at Miss Howell's, 161 North Main street. Evervone cordially invited to the sup per which the men of the Universalist church will serve in' the vestry Friday evening at 6 o'clock. Miss Jennie Emerson of Burlington, who has been visiting relatives and friends in the city for the past two weeks, while on a vacation from her duties as stenog rapher in an office there, returned home yesterday. Charles A. Chapman, who came here to attend the annual meeting of the trustees at Goddard seminary, returned to his home in Ferrisburg yesterday, after passing a few days with John Chapman, who is a student at the sem inary. Earl Batchelder started work yesterday on the foundation of the house which he has contracted to build for Frank Robin son of French street. Mr. Robinson is building on a lot recently purchased from L. M. Averill, situated on Hill street at the head of French street. A new and improved washing machine that is to be installed in the.Barre Steam laundry off North Msfin street in the near future was unloaded at the M. & W. freight yards this morning. The machine, which is about 20 feet in length and nve feet in diameter, is to be run eutirely by steam power. A telegram was received this morning by Hubbard Louden, a student of God dard seminary, advising Iiim of the sud den death of his father, J. E. Louden, of Brookline, Mass. Full particulars as to the cause of the death were not given. Mr. Louden has been a frequent visitor in the city since his son has been a student at the seminary. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lad.l of Franklin street and Mr. and Mrs. Carl hisenwin ter of Elm street left yesterday by auto for Manchester, H., where they will attend a convention of the Tri-State Bakers' association that is being held there. Mr. Ladd and Mr. hisenwinter are attending in the interests of the F. D. 1-add Co.'s store. The three states rep resented at the convention are Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Turton of Brook lyn. X. Y.. who have been spending the summer in this city, being guests at the Hotel Barre, left last night for their home. Mr. Turton had the plastering contract at the hotel. After completing his work on the hotel rn this city, he re ceived the contract for plastering at the new Rialto block in Mont pel icr, which was finished a short time ago. Since fin ishing his work, he has been visiting friends in this city. j At the Hedding Methodist church last evening a meeting was called lor inc. purpose of hearing the reports Irom the ithe order should stick to its old tradi- Vermont state Sunday school convention tions. "Insurgents" sav the custom Is that was Held in Kicmora on me uii, a relic of the past. In old times it was TALK OFTIILTOWN A Card of Appreciation. For the whole-hearted enthusiasm of the Barre Merchants who gave so liber ally of their time, their money and their helpful co-operation, to the .taff ; aUend t,)e alK.tion of farm proper of The Barre Times, and to all those who ; t owned by c K Anderson. I). A. contributed in any way to the success ; the am.tioncpr and satisfac- of the food fair, the committee gives j tor iclg were obuin j tory prices were obtained for very parcel Knocked down, iweniy-one cow averaged $151.5!) each, selling at prices ranging from- 33 to $70. Hay in the barn brought $13.50 per ton and ensil age sold at $2.50 the ton. Corn on the cob brought 70 cents per bushel and Im pound shoats were delivered to buyers at $10 each. Yearlings and two-year-oldsters were sold for round sums. To day Mr. Perry went to Berlin corner, where he conducted a sale for the R- 1). Stewart estate. Barre Eastern Stars are wondering what will be the fate of an ancient and time-honored custom that is being dis cussed at the 3Kth annual session of the grand chapter in Pes Moines, la. "In surgent" sisters of the order, as they have been designated, are attacking tlie custom of chosing only those dates for their sessions which are on moonlight nights, so that they can meet "by the light of the moon." It is said that niMiiy of the members feel that the time of meeting should not confirm to this j ancient custom, while others hold that) I The Kind of t Underwear You Want First The comfort giving kind. Then the kind that wears. , ' Comfort comes from careful yarn selection, woven to fit the figure, a big enough variety of sizes and styles to fit large and small, stout and thin. You are apt to get wear where the maker has a reputa tion to maintain. And Carter has. He was I awarded the grand prize at the exposition this summer. Come Friday and Saturday for tho bargains at Yuughuu's. Robert E. Susenna of Plainfleld was a business visitor in the city to-day. Masiniciade and 1 Halloween party, Presbyterian church, Friday evening. ady. . . Regular meeting of St. John's court this evening in K. of C. hall at 7:30 o'clock. Important. Mrs. 0. N. Granger of Summer street is passing a few days with friends In Burlington and vicinity. Mrs. Hugli Jameson, who has been vis itingMier brother, Fred E. Cutts of Ayers street, returned to her home in Provi dence, R, I., to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vcrroni of Water- villi?. Me., arrived in the city yesterday and are visiting Mrs. Verwmi'a broth ers, Angelo and Ernest Marchettl, for a few davs. Miss Florence Bisson of East Barre was a visitor in the city this morning whilu on her way to Springfield, Mass., where she expects to make a visit of several weeks. The ladies' auxiliary of the Presbyte rian church will hold one of their famous home-made chicken-pie suppers Saturday evening, Nov, 6. Special table reserved for store clerks. adv. "Betty's Dream Hero," a two-reel Rex drama featuring Bob Leonard and Ella Hall. Billio Rhodes in "When Their Dads Fell Out"; also another drama, "Billy's Baby," at the Bijou. adv. "A man falls in love inst like he catches the measles, or the whooping For Colder Weather we can show you a complete line of Blankets, 75c to $6.00 Comforts at from $1.00 to $3.25 , Plenty of Fleece-lined and Wool Hose for women and children,, pair, 15c to 50c Fleece-lined Underwear (sep arate garments and . suits) for women and children 25c to $1.00 It's none too early. J : : ! Gordon Block, Next to N. D. Phelps Co.'s . 'Phone 590 J Let Carter's Knit Underwear be your next Henry W. Knight cough or the mumps. He doesn't go 'round looking for it; it just gets him. "Tho Man from Virginia." Bane opeia house, Friday and Saturday, Nov, 5-0. adv. One of N. M. Nelson's teams was busy to-day drawing up from Marr & Gordon's stoneshed a monument which F. T. Cut ler is erecting on the William Marr lot in Elmwood cemetery. The monument, which consists of two bases and a die, is all hammered work and will stand about twelve feet high when completed. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Henry of Barre Town, who recently disposed of their large farm on west hill to Paul Kinc- U- :ii!a!!!iwi!!ii!!ia!::i:!ii; niiai-'!:!iw!!ii!a:!:i!i!!itt!!:!i!i!it 8 Union Dry Goods Company f THIS WEEK Special Values in Suits the custom to mit on the high hills and in the low valleys by the light of 1 the moon. PARK THEATRE To-day B. A. Rolfe and the Metro Corporation presents the exquisite stage star VALLI VALLI, in the, dramatic surprise "The High Road" This is in 5 acts with 210 big scenes ALSO OTHER FEATURES Matinee, 2.15 Evening, 7 and 8.3. HEAR THE PARK ORCHESTRA FRIDAY and SATURDAY Latky proffers the favorite American actor. Dim in Farnum, ia a magnificent piclurintion fit the popular novel and lamnua play "THE VIRGINIAN" 5 parts and 400 Scenes Admission 5c and 10c Spaulding Gets Ready for Montpelier Seminary. The Spaulding H. S. fotoha.ll eleven held its first practice yesti-rdsy since the same Saturday. Coach Brown ran his ston of this city, have purchased the vi lage property in South Uarrc owned by Mr. and Mrs. Jason Johnson, who moved a. short time aero to Marshfield. where their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. andk these handsome Suits, i . T I . 1 - farm T .lira, vnstttr jn-iuj tiuv u"u(,i The South Barre sale, which includes a house, barn and one acre of land, was consummated through the I). A. Perry Real Estate agency of this city and the price paid was $2,500. Mr. and Mrs. Henry expect to take immediate pos session of the property. Goddard seminary football warriors are to wage their gridiron wariare against the second team of the Universi ty of ermont at Uurlington Saturday, according to arrangements completed by Manager W illiam (Jumn this forenoon. Earlier in the season Goddard won a thrilling victory over the Uurlington col- leeians. but it was not without a good deal of. strategy that the local boys came through with a win and the out come of the week-end contest, therefore, is much in doubt. Spaulding high school . - -A .1.- .. - plays Aionipener seminary 'i me nm 11 village campus, so football fans in Itarre are assured of their weekly por tion of the gridiron sport. x w K:ll lj -live nauica aim aujooo unuiv wi very newest models, made in the most fashionable fabrics and colorings, at prices that mean quite a saving to you. There are no two alike, and every garment is tailored in u j the best possible manner. Come in and let us show you n CHILDREN'S COATS A verv comrTlete assortment of Children's Coats, from 2 M to 1,4 years, Wool, Chinchillas, Corduroys, Plushes, Wool n Mixtures, etc. Prices vary from $1.75 to $10.75 EAST BARRE. Halloween entertainment at East Barre opera house hall Saturday even ing, Oct. 30. SjMJoks' march, witches' lance, milkmaids song, tableaux, Hal loween songs, recitntions and other form of entertainment, all for 10c. Cakes, candy and faneywork for sale. WOMEN'S OUTING GOWNS g in Plain White and pretty Striped Outings, good quality tx Flanneb, and a large assortment for selection. 3 Special Lots at 50c, 79c and $1.00 KIMONOS AND BATH ROBES Ask to see our special assortment of Flannelette and Crepe t: Kimonos, at $1.00 the values are exceptional. u n a n n it s tt U tx i tj tt tt H it (WE EMPLOY EXPERIENCED UNION SALESPEOPLE) THE UNION DRY GOODS CO. 191 North Main Street u U h U ti n tt g n tt 8 tt tt tt 8 U tt tt 8 8 8 8.' 8 !8 18 .8. 8 8 8,:8 .8 '8' 8 !8!'8 '8. 8 8 8 t:t:88::8S8tt:!4848::4U48884S8488848888?. tt 2 SOUTH BARRE. At South Parre grange hsll Saturday, nth and 15th of this month. Ollicers and teachers of the Sunday school mak- ig quite a sueaoie 'P";-g. i.n. pain- lM,o,n pa.ty and dance. An errd about the dimne table at 0:30 and, v; ' ... ! J. j k.-ih an oyster super as tlret served by Misses Velma Melcher, Eileen Parks an I Agnes Rule, who were the committee for t liia part of the evening's work. After the supper was finished Miss Marjorie Andrews and Miss Ella Hoyt, who were the two delegates to the convention. pr men through a snappy signal practice Rented their report of their inree iay ml followed it ui bv a hard seriinniaite hit ai ru. im.ro in m inj with the second team. Murh time was ' x nt in breaking up forward ps . and. while the team might be improved I in that respect, there is every reason to i expect that nith the start they got yes terday they will have that di ienne lined before the end of the wet-It. The line, both on the offinse and defense, hownl the strength of a German army. The only thing they larked was a 40-eenti-meter gun and a gas tank. Tomasi and Ogstoa of alumni were present and did their part in helping the roach whip bis men into h. Sit-tor ha nearly recovered from his injury anil, though be probably will rmt play Saturday, there is nt much dmibt that he will ap-ar in the line up against Mnt other high. If the Spaulding rnt"r would show their interest in th ir tam by attending prcti-e, they would fnd that they were well p'd for their pains. If there ia anything that will ur a team on to its tt work, it i the feeling that the s-hool ia thin4 it. TFRMik9 Bags, and Suit Cases J Wc want lo call your attention to this department ot our business. f Wc arc showing some especially attractive num bcrs In Bags and Suit Cases at moderate prices. t Our Trunk Department will interest you. Wc have Just added complete lines ot Wardrobe Trunks and prices arc very low. Tlie Frank McWiiorter Company way. Arrivals in the rity yesterday and to day included the follow mg peoplet Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hall of Host on, C K. Ordwar of Proctors ille. Mi Lulu Bow- rn of Verhire, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Ilea Id of Randolph. George K. Mletd of Hur lington, H. K. (apron of Auburn. X. V, J. J. Elevens t.f IturlinfcTton, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. tSallagher of Portsmouth. K. H R. .R iHina of eltlmont, H. J. Mundv of St. Johnkbtiry. R. ". M'urry of ;hn Falls, X. Y.f Mr. and Mrs. John R R.-od of Hutlirigton, ti. II. Wilder ot Uurlington. Misi- Heitlah Hurst and Margaret Flaherty of KpringtleM. C F. lonaldiKB of St. .lohnsbtiry. W. I. Vui.nby of AMiite River Junction, Mi KliJil"th Smith of IV Per.. I . Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ihinton of Hodxon, X. V. James Smart, fnamial aenetsry of Uatre branh. ;. f. I. A, have to -night for San Fran-ir, where b. will .epre-j ent the t;ranlte t utters International i ao'iatin at the annual eonvrnt ion of i the Jlmeriean Federatma of laibor. M. Smart will Journey to Rotw, w tere be! fcb Ititernational rreidTt J ne Iun- raw and James .rer. the other t (ifhgsteti to redrew fit t. granite nit tT. t h-n- Vy way of l1,iriro. IVarer. Iw Ane'l", to Ssa Fran-i.t. Mr. kmrt etpf-l t tie fr abo'it ail r , mm wk and wtl i t finy of the ( lirn'e on tU bom. trp. Ia ntK'fa-' tKm of hi rnrtre im i ur trip, a larp ; -trrsy "f Mr. -mTl's fru-m-' fibtr-i at ! Iiome on (.b-fswool at-nn , rvening refttt'v ! pd tm a jTjrt .t. t-' if f t' eim p.v. W.I-i bam M'Is14 pe te4 bim a l. i"ie trav.-l -irf t. id ti r-TtiH1'T of t rr.if w a fitew Ber t wtif sn-I eir. l.'g't r'r-! ww-rt -re 'th r. 'O-r- r T -.k rv. w ! -.it r.: -mart " 'ig al a a1 r-tur. j oyster supper will be served from 5:30 till 7:30. SupT, Z.V; children under 10, I Sc. Panre, 3.ic per couple. Young and old invited. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TO RENT Barn t 10 Arrill stnMt ; al a nir iMwemettt stall. MAN WITH FAMILY wanta work far tha wirier; familiar with frmin nd nearly all work ; 12 rear' rrtene wtih w ana ain. AddrtM G. E. A., ti. K 'tKon HI-II. Bare. VU R. R. N- 1. W &. liU FOR fA!.E-Cbba-. nrkl appUa. Tot man wefta. aatint and pi, at lie per ph. s titimi, l'lr twth : earrot. beeta anil iuah. 1. A. Cummin. R. U. X, Barrtt tel. -M. FOR AI.K OR EXCHANGE for wwtl for or tMhT lihl ear. wl atl-amui4 hrm IS rtn oM .- t voiiiU. km and tn. Applr P. A. W,- Timr r imi m i r o.r 2 i ! -t V V- ;ar r-ntrinanKtery. X'. M. K. -4 . - ..... i Stt '.Vk. I-a.k J. Mar . i I f. ' Wt r ?'" TW'!.' mi T i't-f-k f. w '.' - ft f TT Friends That Wear Well "Kaliton Shock" have been tried anJ not found want ing. They are the product of 35 year of "knowing how" hoc makinj; and are more popular ttvday.than ever. We invite you to teethe new tj!e for fall. SI, $4.50 .and SS Watch our Window Phore 1SV11 ' regie's SfiwE Slcre, :t tt tt it tt tt it tt u n it u tt tt ii it tt tt tt t: 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 Big, Busy Union Store Union Clothing Go. 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