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8 THE BATUtTC DAILY TIMKS, BARRE, VT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBTCrc 4, lim. Saturday Silk Special Sale Of Petticoats! . $2.98 Values-rSpecial, each, $1.98 For Saturday we are placing" on sale one lot of Silk Mescaline Petticoats in Black and colors. These , are beautiful Silk Skirts, nearly all of them wide and a great bargain. Buy yours early. New Shirt Waists that demon strate our abil , ity to give you better values than usual, right when you " want the goods most. Every Waist is an in dividual pro duction of the highest merit, and the quality is bet 'ter than usual. Beautiful Waists of Batiste, Lawns, Dimities, etc., with trimmings of Lace and Embroidery. Priced at $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $1,98 One or more Shirt Waists adds so much to the completeness of your wardrobe. Charming New Waists of Crepe "de Chine, in Black, White, , colors and flesh tints. Some are with fur trimmings, and all are the very newest. Also a good showing of Silk Poplin and the new Fancy Striped Silk Waists in colors. Priced from $2.98 to $5.00 CHILDREN'S KNIT SETS -including Sweater, Cap, Leggins and Mittens. These are a fine grade of angora wool and will certainly keep the little tots warm and happy. They come in Red, Blue and Tan. ANGORA WOOL CAP AND SCARF SETS are going to be very much the rage this winter. We have them in all of the colors, also in colored borders. Priced from " ' 50c to $1.50 per set The Homer Fitts Company Gossard Corsets Properly Fitted BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4.-191S. The Weather l'rolxibly, showers to-night and Friday; warmer tu-niulitj fresh south winds, be coming west. TALK OF THE TOWN TALK OFTHE TOWN fee Abbott's line of liotiso dresses, Joseph Marin of Laconia, N. II., ar rived in the city yesterday and is plan ning to make a visit of several days here while on a vacation from li is duties. TALK OF THE TOWN fee th'e bathrobe values at Abbott'i. New velvet corduroys at Fitts'. The wav for a more pretentious en trance to the new Tark theater on North Main street is being laid open by the ' Mary Fuller in a two-reel drama, "The removal of a large plate class window on Little White Violet"; Dorothy Phillips . the south side of the Zanleoni block, and Ben Wilson in "The Proof"; also' a I The present entrance on the corner may comedy, "The Village Smithy." At the be considerably widened as a result of Bijou. adv. the alteration. We Can Show You that You Save Uoney on Rubber Footwear by Buying "Ball-Band" It pays to get good quality in Robber Footwtir, for quality meani service and more days' wear. If you will figure your rubber footwear according to cost perjda'a acrvice, " nTlT!,l ( .i v. ' TALK OF THE TOWN Special suit values at Abbott's. Xo seat higher than 50c for "The Man from Virginia," Friday and Saturday nights. Prices, 25, 35 and 50c. Xo mat inee. adv. Mrs. J. Calderara and son will leave the city late this evening for X'cw York, where, they are to visit friends for a few days before sailing for their former home in Italy to make a sojourn of sev eral months. MONTPELIER I Boot U knit amd this meant that it will give longer, warmer wearand service. "Ball-Band" f ' -"fiij rcca coma la one, two and four buckles. Th ' ' " " 1 J tops are best caabmerette and the Unions are the - 'f ilt Mme wo1 ttt goe lnto tbe Coom TU Knlt Doot Don t boy any rubber footwear tintfl yon area our showing cf m litu-liiLaiL,' i ia aod see it now. Cviue Ths People's Shoe Store Central Vermont Branch Train Met Co As Obstruction. The Central Vermont branch train leaving this station at 0:15 o'clock truck and killed a cow near the Lorn bard farm last evening. Tbe cow be longed to the farm and had waudcred out of the barn evidently. Roy French is taking a few days' va cation from bis duties on the traction line and left to-day for Stowe to visit relatives. Mis Constance Corley of Burlington returned to her home to-day, after mak ing a visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. K. Uowdy. Miso Ruth Allen of Randolph, who lias been visiting at the home of Miss Lillian King on Franklin street, left last evening for her home. Howard B. Wakelleld of Warren was apwint'-d in probate court t-dav as ad ministrator of the estate of Ida X. Wake field, late of Warren. Mrs. Karafino Xtassueco of Barre street was taken to-day to Heaton hospital having typhoid fever. WASHINGTON. Look! Look! Look! Coming, grange fair, Xov. 5 and , Friday and Saturday evenings, at grange ball, Washington. Kach evening there will lie a gnoil pro gram and good music will be furnished for dsnring. Saturday evening there will he a minstrel entertainment, ending with a farce. M unsing jjjnion uits are not only very economical; they are thoroughly enjoyable. C They are economical because of their durability and washability; they are enjoyable because of their splendid quality, and the satisfactory way in which they fit and cover the form. q Men s Suits, S1.00, S1.50, 52, $250, S3 and $350. q Boys Suits, 50c and S1.00. Youths' Suits, S1.00. Cj Sec our window display. The Frank McWhorter Company New corduroy coats at Abbott's. Kihvard Smith of Cabot wus a business visitor in town to-day. J, v, aii'ourt of Waterlniry was in town yesterday on business. , , Hie Kitchen orchestra will appear at thu Congregational church Tuesday night, Xov. 0. adv. . There will be a rehearsal of the Pres byterian choir this evening at 8:30 o'clock. A full attendance is asked for. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Shannon, 88 Brook street, Friday after noon at 2:30. Ladies come prepared to sew, George Morse, of Burlington arrived in the city this morning and will spend a few duys here and in this vicinity on business. , No seat higher than 50c for "The Man from Virginia," Friday and Saturday nights. Prices, 25, 35 and 50c. Xo mat inee. auv. Edward Soulua of Boston, who lias been making a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends in the city and vicinity, re turned to his home lust night. ' A home-made chicken-pie supper. Where? At the Presbyterian church feat urday evening, Xov, 6, from 5 to 7:30. rice. 30c: children, 15c. Watch for menu. adv. t Our dancing school is now forming. Paul Franzl, champion of Xew England, is now prepared to take pupils. Ollice hours from 7 to 9. Modern and society dancing. Landi School of Music, 4i? South Main street. Auction sale at Famham's at Mont pelier to-morrow j fresh and second-hand horses, wagons, harnesses, robes, blank ets, whips, halters, farm tools, and a great variety of property. C. F. Smith, auctioneer. adv. A "45" tournament that Is to progress through frequent intervals between now nd Christmas has been sta u-,.I by division Xo. 1, Ancient Order of Hibernians, and St. John's court, C. O. F., the first of tbe series having been played in the rooms of Barre council, Xo. 401, K. of C, on a recent evening. Six hundred points epresent the pinnacle to which the par- iciiiants aspire to reach and the first one of the teams making that number of tallies will win the tournment. There re four tables with six playx at a table each evening and some very spirit ed contests resulted from the lirst meet ing of the two orders. It is expected that the Knights of Columbus will challenge the winners. A burlesque breach of promise suit, en titled, "The Case Against Casey," is be-j ing rehearsed by members of Iroquois tribe, Xo. 18, Improved Order of Bed Men, and the women of Pocahontas circle in anticipation of the opening night of the Ked Men's annual fair in llowland hall Xov. 11. Some of the best talent available has been interested in staging the suit and rehearsals are being held regularlv. Chinese, Irish, Swedish and unvarnished American characters are among the 24 impersonations demanded in the cast. There will be scenic fea tures for the performance and some con spicimusly talkative costumes. Plana for entertainments on other nights of the fair are nearing completion. Dancing will figure as the principal diversion on Thursilay, hriday and Saturday even ings. Kegulars from the fire station, hurry ing northward in response to a telephone alarm ri-ceived in nudalternoon jester day, visited for the second time in a day the double-tenement bouse at 30 Merchant street uwned by (ieorge W, Mann. A refractory chimney caused con sternation anion? the occtinaiits in the forenoon and the firemen were needed to subdue a reuniting blare that aenrrheil the wall paper in upper rooms. By aft ernoon, thin flame had crawled in be tween the second floor and the ceiling of the first story. People downstairs smelted the smoke and got the firemen to make them another iit. The dam age was inconsequential, although a tankful of chemical solution was needed to smother the incipient blare. Preparations for the manque carnival to be given in Hon land hall this evening under the atmpirrs of the Women's Hos pital Aid society were in full swing to- lay and at no time did the indications fail to point to a heavy patronage. The all ia lieing decors ted in a manner that s sure to narmonie wita the riot of coatumcry that will be one of the fea tures of the affair. Knergetie nienilwrs f the society have succeeded in wiling s large number of tickets for the maaque and moot everyone wim plans to attend will not forego the ntinoiturnt V to bo id lispime. (hit f tl.e attractive ln-r hat will fetuj the program has for ta participants 1(1 young men and wom en. It is called Uir rorrri'tt m r..t dance nd the following ill take psrt: M Mwa Kuth Humphrey and Henry Carrr.!l, Mih Ithel Morgan and Mis (.race lUr- lay, lr-'Wrk Kateon and Mim Vers l.lit.sn. Mim Sue Niclinla and Perry Ol liver. Misa 1 lir.ah.-th rn and I'd mund !nraisfcr, M,, i.Udva Itradford- nd Mr. I!riinas TALK OF THL TOWN See the special suit values nt Fitts'. Don't forget tho chicken-pie supper at the Congregational church Wednesday, Xov. 1(1. adv. , ' ' ' K. A. Drown of Walnut street luft the city last night for lloston, where he will iniike a business visit of several days. Xo seat higher than 5(e for "The Man from Virginia," Friday ami Saturday nights. Prices, 25, 35 and 50c, Xo mat inee. adv. Francis Ahern of Fast street, wjio has been spending a vacation of two weeks' visiting friends .in Xew York City, re turned to his home lust night. illiam Morns of Prospect street, who has been employed in Granitevilln for the past two years, began work in tho F. D. La dd Co. store yesterday morning, , Parties wishing to collect of or pay bills to Reynolds & Son jnn do so at the Quarry Savings bank, where they will find a representative of the firm during banking hours. The infant daughter of Mr, and" Mrs. A. Marches! of 12 Center street passed away this morning, after a brief illness. Funeral services for - the child will be held at the house Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment will be made in Hope cemetery. - Deputy Sheriff W. E. Bixby of East ITarre, who was a visitor in the city to-1 day, left in the forenoon for Washington,- where he was subpoenaed as a wit ness in binding over proceedings before Justice "of the Peace Chamberlain. The hearing was the outcome of a raid at Willianistown " Tuesday night when Washington and prange county officers searched two houses for contraband liq uor. The alleged keeper in one of the houses was arrested on a selling charge and a preliminary examination set for to-day. See our new line of velvets at f 1 per yard. Lnion Dry Uoods Co. L. P. ClougU of the Walk-Over boot shop returned yesterday from a visit at his former home in Oifordville, X. II. Mr, arid Mrs'.'t, J. Tongtiay of Hill- sine avenue left to-day tor tireenneid. Mass., where Mr. Tonguay has secured employment for the winter. Tlie Vermont Trucking & Sales Co. have employed O. D. Randall of Spring- Held to take charge of the garage and machine shop which they have opened in the Whitcomb Hros. building on North Mam street. Mr. Randall has had 14 years experience in the automobile busi ness, most of his time having been spent in factories. Mr. and Mrs. A ' CRETONNES of new patterns that you need for its many uses about the home Dresdens,, Orientals, and Flowered , Patterns are J here. Come 30 and 36 inches wide10c, 15c, 18c. 1 t 20c and 25c per yard. Selections would be wide to-day. $ . Ten .shades Children's Heavy Silk Hair Ribbon f at 19c per yard. t Some pretty new Ribbons for Christmas gifts at 1 25c per yard. 2 Watch for Yarn Announcement Henry W. Knight Gordon Block, Next to N. D. Phelps Co.'s 'Phone 590 $ Union Dry Goods Company Timelf Suggestions Comforters and Comforter Materials U 8 U it tt P. Abbott entertained about 30 clerks from the Daylight store at their home at Edgcwood last evening. The first event of the entertainment was a supper at the Methodist church, where two special tables were reserved for the party. After supper, all hands were transferred by automobile to tne Abbott residence, where they indulged in music and card playing for the rest of the even ing. Kefresnnients of ice cream and cake were served. Music was furnished by Misses Glvnora Gould and Mildred Clark and James Rolertson. ' M. J. Good of 80 Brook street present ed the final papers yesterday for the sale of his cottage at 78 Rrook street to E. E. Foss of Waterbury. The selling price is given at $2,8W. At the same time Mr. Good purchased from Mr. Foss his farm at Dux bury. The farm contains 125 acres and sold for $.,000. Mr. Good is as yet undecided, but may possibly decide to move to Duxbury in the near future. With Sector baek in the line-up, the memlier of the Kpaulding football team seemed to take a new interest in their practice yesterday afternoon and Coach Hrown set to work putting on the finish- ing touches necessary to the tesm that is to play the fast Montnelier high aggrega tion at Montrelier Saturday. This came is the last one on SpaulJinc's regular J 5 l-.l- 1 ! ...111 t 1 A ' iH'iiruiiit mm, 11 wpn, in jnv ner Iiif right to rlaim the state championship Spsulding has a chan state with si traight game to her credit hilt the Montpelier hich team has lost twice. once to SpauMinir on the Lincoln ground by a score of 6 to 0 and once to St. Al bans high school by a somewhat larger srore. This wohM seem to plsre the vantage in Vpaulding'a favor but never thcless the Iocs! high sehisd is counting on a hard game and is putting forth every e(Trt to lie prepared. The committee for the fancvwoik ta Me at the seven -ernt fair have had many original ideas during the lat few we ks. which have been converted into articles whiih should be wen, appreciated and deirej. adv. Try the Ho Ilrler Shop on Depot square for one ot the net shaves tlia ran be given in tbe city. adv. Ited Men farce reh atl will be held in (Ian Cordosj hall Friday, Nor. 8, at 7:iO orlotk. The ladies of the Congregational church who have been making aprons are aaked t l.w return them to the rt urch in time f.r the sale net Tueodsy Tlrv ar Un aked ti make another apron. w niece v-uui, iiuovj lugiico ouggcsi waxiii ucu j: g clothing, and we have prepared to keep you (Jur JNew Comforters tt: are handsome and come in Sateens, Challies, Silkolines and g Silks. The prices are from. . . . .$1.00 to $5.00 AJ AU r i. I 11 J TIT 1 jj Aiiunien ym vuimuner xuvmngs uy ine yaru. we nave if Silkolines in plain and fancies, Sateens, Challies, and a full if line of Quilting Prints. Prices to suit everybody. Uur Dattings have just arrived, and we certainly have a fine line of these, all new and fresh, at prices from 10c to $2.00 per roll t: u u n a Tn Onr Garment 'Denartmpnt We have received from New York several new Plush, Corduroy, and Cloth Coats m the very latest styles. See these and try them on at once, as they are in great demand. THE UNION DRY GOODS CO. 191 North Main Street We Employ Experienced Union Salespeople. tt tt tt; :'K :tt tt:.tt,.::tttt::tt:'Ktt!tt!,ttm:tt tt if h ii tt K tt tt tt tt ::U4::4u4nnuttantt4tt.:t::4Kttattattttas4tttt4atta4 Clerks Hotic. Tlit-re will lie a regular mating of K. C. I. I'. A, bnal 4. Friday niKbt. Nov. 5, at 7:3l cilmk at Wortli.n bl.uk. All clerks nmt attend this m-rt ing and n it-r as per new article in oititutnn , htr tiriK'tit Ir sukniwa anj fnnerml. All lerks rnt bating rn-eUed liskinit ,Mis llutli Fararr and j Utt fits w ill be paid on at the nut-tine jr. A rtriilar m-ting 1 t.wm Mountain ennnl w'"w . . ... . .. . ... . . . F' (.HYi Wy5 k in K. .f V. 1SI art kaiiirii. iwIt is nri in f frwnt. Alesanib-r Hall, XIis Aliee Ftans andll'i-r order I). C I'.isri, Krc. See. -lohpj S-tor. Kverjtlunr ia in rr-adin-s fiar the f ro-dm-tion of "Ttf Man fron iri-mia" at ,tlie F-arre n(ti house t uiorrw tigt:t. j un.ler the ut i'- f tt,e um d'part , mritt nf tlie Woman'a ehih. The plav. ! hw h ia four a.-t. lei's e t-TT f t he arly days A li..rma. Itvw fiA, m k r thrip4 the Sutra Netals (rn nearly eery iartr rf tle gV-iie. The i.ararirrs f"rtnii tp-l t) tmrvt. - n. trrinifi nd Vi.wrd.-d. lHte4 . nrf rrei, Ung .,f lir hi'H Ir tM I nl wnid. ha ! 3mt 4 f'tnw.l a f rr !-, in fit gmat (- "? tri. t i lt f tl s.'ttn.jr ;i. 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Depot Square, Barre, Vermont ' tt tt tt tt n tt tt n t: . t: tt tt tt R tt tt 3 3wBBttwSw3wttwCw8w8wSttttSwCw PAVILION THEATRE WATSON'S PEERLESS MAIDS in an entirely new change of bill; new songs, new dances, new jokes and new wardrobe PHOTOPLAYS Betty Xanscn in the great New York success SHOULD A MOTHER TELL A big show for a small price PRICE 10 Cent to Everybody C- f Tfcar k - ! t . k J rm ti w4' K t h" I tf - -r .r $ -! - -w h fc a-,ri I -fwi . a-! V I, .- . - I- :'- m4 ' ' ! art I' ftm-ti 1Ma wwt. - M t ' I fS) 1 w imw S i SPECIAL SALE 14 Quart Enameled Dish Pans 23c C, W. AVEKILL & CO. i a .