Newspaper Page Text
THE HAHHK 'DAILY TIMES, MAKKE, VT.,. FH1DA Y, NOVEMliElt 5, 1915. Saturday Silk Special Sale Petticoats! Of $2.98 Values Special, each, $1.98 For Saturday we are placing: on sale one lot of Silk Messaline 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 grades 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 BARUE DAILY TIMES FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1913. The Weather Fair to-niirht. excent enow in eastern I una nortnern M no. haturilav fair. iair, witli freIi northwest winds. TALK OF THE TOWN Waek Cat hosiery at Abbott's. Lot of bargain for Saturday at the vaugiian (Store. Good piano at fair prices at Builey's Sold on eaay terms. adv. George Drokaw lias returned to Barre for the winter, after huvint? been em ployed in KedHtone, N. If., since June. Mr. and Mrs. llnrry W. Quimby of Newport, N. ir., former residents of Harre, arrived in tha city Inst evening for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. h. M. Tobin of Academy street. A home-made chicken-pie supper. Where t At the Presbyterian church Sat urday evening, Nov. 6, from 5 to 7:30. Priee, 30c; children, 15c. Watch for menu. adv. - Battleships, transports, officers and men form the subject matter for a unique photo-seroll, attractively encased in a frame, which A. XV. Badger & Co. are ex hibiting in their south window. The pic ture was taken by a revolving camera in Montreal harbor some months ago when 31 snapshots, containing 32,000 officers and men, and accompanied by a fleet of 20 battleships, setting out for Knglaml, told eloquently of Canada's first response to the call to the colors. The event awakened enthusiasm and admiration throughout, the British empire and Knar- land newspapers spoke of it as "unparal leled since William the Conqueror." The picture is the property of George Young. TALK OF THL TOWN Munsing underwear at Abbott's. Sale gloves Saturday at Vuughan's, lied Men farce rehearsal will be held In Clan Gordon hall Friday, Nov. fi, at 7:30 o'clock. One second-hand upright piano for $08 j a bargain for someone. Call and see it at Bailey's. adv. Try the Ross Barber Shop on Depot square for one of the best shaves that con be given in the city. adv. 11. A. Rugg of Hall street left this morning for Fairlce to Attend the funeral of Mrs. Rugg'g Sunt, that was held there to-day. A mock breach of promise suit, "The Caso Against Casey," and ft farce by the ladies of 1'ocaliontas council, ".Not a Man in the Houso." Features of the Red Men's fair in Howland hall Nov. 11, 12 and 13. Cliauncey Harris of West Patterson street, who has been employed in the Guy brothers' orchestra for the past three months, returned home yesterday. Mr. Harris, who played the first violin, has been traveling in Canada, returning homo from Cobalt.- lie has iust recovered from an attack of typhoid fever. A number of Barre auction trailers were in AVilliamstown yesterday to at tend the sale at Lee French's farm. Thirty cows brought an average price of VtM.M), the highest' price paid being $83, while the lowest figure brought bv a milker was $48. Ensilage .sold at $3.73 the ton and straw went under the ham mer and was knocked down at $5 per ton. Three-wcek-old calves sold for $18. Farming implements brought high prices. Daniel A. Perry, who conducted the sale, went this morning to Calais, where he conducted an auction sale at Michael Mc Laughlin's farm. , . I With the First Snow I With the first snow come thoughts of warmer clothing Special offering for Friday and Saturday Ladies' Colored Flannelette Night Robes, sizes 15, 16 and 17. These garments run full in size and are much better than anything we have sold at 59c or 69c. j We have placed this small lot in our show win dow, and they are priced - , 48c until sold We sell Ball Band Footwear PAVILION THEATRE WATSON'S PEERLESS MAIDS ' Presenting an Old-Time Minstrel Show. Usual Line of Photoplays A big show for a small price PRICE 10 Cents to Everybody TALK OF THE TOWN Come in and see the new things at Vaughan's. Victrolas and records at .Bailey's, 14 Elm street. 'Phone 22 -W. adv. Harry B. Houghton resumed work this morninjr at the postolliee after few days' vacation. Miss Helen Post, who has been the puest of Mrs. L. J. Ilruya. of Maple drove, has returned to ber home In Es sex Junction. Miss Marion Rivard, who has been vis iting friends in the eity for a few davs, returned this morning to her home in Ilraintree. In the Presbyterian church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, Miss Bella Cantley and George Mackay will sing a deut en titled, "The Lord is My Light." Luke (iallagher, who conducted a shin ing stand on. Depot square all summer, is employed as bell hop at Hotel Barre. He will continue to control his business in the square. I LI it the I f,). ( and we believe best that you can Duv ar Mer. who have been wearing Rubber Footwear for years, and who have worn all kinds, tell us they get more days' wear and comfort and better fit in "BALL-BAND" than in any other make. For your light Rubbers, to wear over shoes, we sell you "Straight-Line," the kind that wears so well that customers who have worn them always call for the "Straight-Line." Men's, Women's and Children's and the cost is but little more than others ask for an inferior quality, ' The Peoples Shoe Store, S. ANDREWS, Prop. Barre, Veri ermont Henry W. Knight Gordon Block, Next to N. D. Phelps Co.'s .'Phone 590 TALK OF THE TOWN Harry C. Whitehill, editor and publish er of the Waterbury Record, was a Barre business visitor to-day. Mrs. Sarah Whitcoinb of West Fairlee is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leavitt of East street. W. II. Nugent, deputy superintendent of the Metropolitan Insurance Co., in Rutland, arrived in the elty this morning and will spend a few days on business here. TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. Nelson Carleton of Williamstown was brought to the City hospital last night suffering from acute appendicitis. An operation was performed and she is resting comfortably to-day. Mrs. Nina Ballou of New York City, who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. J; C. Griggs n Terry street for a short time, went yesterday to Montpe lier, where she will visit relatives for a few days before returning home. ' :!w;:8!:a:::tt;::tt;!8:!tt!!8:w Union Dry Goods Company Timely Suggestions Comforters and Comforter Materials These cool, frosty nights suggest warm bed clothing, and we have prepared to keep you comfortable in these respects. Our New Comforters 8 8 h 8 M u U ij It i 8 8 8 8 8 8 are handsome and come in Sateens, Challies, Silkolines and 8 Silks. The prices are from $1.00 to $3.00 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 And then our Comforter coverings bv the yard. We have 8 8 Silk-nlines in nlain and fancies. Sateens. Challies. and a full 8. R line of Quilting Prints. Prices to suit everybody. jj I Our Battings 8 have just arrived, and we certainly have a fine line of these, 8 8 all new and fresh, at prices from 10c to $2.00 per roll 8 I In Our Garment Department I 8 8 8 We have received from New York several new Plush, a Corduroy, and Cloth Coats in the very latest styles. See a these and try them on at once, as they are in great demand. 8 8 8 Society Brand, Adler-Rochester and Shtiman Models are the authoritative fashions for men; obtainable in Barre only from the McWhorter Company. These makes are the most accurately designed and tailored of ready-to-wear clothes for men and young men, whether a man desires to be smartly or conserva tively dressed. They arc models that appeal to college men and discriminating dress ers among young business and professional men. They are clothes with that distinctive touch; and which measure up to exacting standards in styles. The Fall and Winter Showing are ready and the new models, materials and colorings will well repay inspection. Indeed, the man who takes thought of his clothes that they shall be correct to the last detail owes it to himself to see these suits and overcoats. The Fall Suits at $20 to $25 The Fall Overcoats at $20 to $25 "THE BUDD" Suit is a Society Brand sack model, as shown in the picture a style young men will take to. This model comes ;n many new and distinctive fabrics and colorings. QUALITY AND STYLE are the ftriking features of the new Fall and Winter clothes. 1 J J JCADfrC The Frank McWhorter Company ,8 8 8 8 8 8 8" 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 a Saturday Special 1 lot of Kimono Aprons in Percales and Ginghams, reg ular 50c value, for SATURDAY ONLY 35c each 1 lot of Hair Ribbons, in Moire, all colors, regular 25c value, at only, per yard . 17c SHOP EARLY THE UNION DRY GOODS CO. 191 North Main Street Wc Employ Experienced Union Salespeople. a 8 8 8 8 88888 8 888 8 8 8!8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 KKcaa83asaar.aaaaa8an888a TALK OF THE TOWN Specl meeting cf Canton Vinton, No, !, this evening at 7:30. Saturday special; Messaline silk waist lor $.'.49. Faria Shirtwaist House. Mr. and Mr. II. V. Knight and grand daughter, Marjory William, oi Hill street, returned last night from North Hero, nhera they have tMn vioiting. Carroll a orrhntra for dancing each nip lit at the lied Mt-n'a fair in llulnnd hrtl Nor. II, 12 and 13, and p-rial dra mat io features ThuraJay and Friday evening. Willmiu Lappin and Joeph Rock of VYbaterville were Visitor in the citT tliia morning while on thrir war to Montreal, I'. Q., for few dava Uit with fripnda. Ked Men'a fair, Howland hall, Thura day, Friday and Saturday evening, Soy. 11, 12, 13. Carroll's on lx-rtra for dannng earn night and two comical farcva Thum- I day and Friday, I Kenneth MrKar, manager of the tnin I Iry (ioodi tre, returned lt flight from New Vork City, where he has b-n ' endiiig the pt we-k puicliamig in ter gl for the store. I Angd Tatqiiierdo of IWrlm street, who 1 i employed in the Moll bakery, left Iat night for Albany, N. Y whre he will epend a week iMling while taking a va cation from hia duties. fjouis I'hilhrftok f Fit-hbnrg, Ms.. under whose dim-tnin "The Himavays" sa presented by local tabnt In the opera house lat venr, isit-d frtend in the city to day. At preset! Mr. I'hil- hro4t ta buy sti"ing "The Ibmermoon Ifne" by loiwl talent in Itorlington and ejpett to c"me to lisrTe smiine in t)e nesr future to direct the (iretM-ntation f the ssnie j.iei''. A f U-f of "two by fmir tinibcr whhb I!ie K. Young, an emj-loye of the JVo ( le's l ighting. H-stng A I'owet t lad heaved toward t f bis fe'kiw wk ire e-a the roof of storsge slc4 at the gs f-iant TetT.lay afternoon, fetl short f its ns-k and s atwmt to i'-4 on . I . 1 . 1 V 1 - . 1 . , , he cVid w rth alacrtv. In dfltrng ti SS33s3aa3s-3 ... n t ' k . I taa otito tretie on th! """ 1 8,; 8, 8:; 8 8 8; 8 u 8" 8 H 8 8 8 8 8 8! 8 a tt t: a a u a a a a a a a a a a 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 Dig, Busy Union Store Union Clothing Co. Depot Square, Ilarrr, Vermont ' i - a a a U a a a a t a a a a a a a a n a a a a a a a fa gms f-'.srt s.-i ' anl rang't bis r:jl b-g ttne the tun. ,It n tarrt-k and n mIi M. Wm. who were nn the iwif 'f t? stnreliie. fow-d tiieir on fsaws r-re !i.-sme,tt and wert ti hi ait. A bad Vnee sprain was the mot stiu estit f the tritp and Mr. Vmitig rr t the rr-t d tie 'trtiii and t .,r in b-d at hi bne on 'inrnwt etret. He tiiet, t Murt to nk t'roorrow or Km4ir. TOO LATC TO CLAS5JIT ft- r watt m4 11H . f MW t- mrm 9 1 e SPECIAL SALE 14 Quart Enameled Dish Pans 23c C W. AVEHILL & CO. t mmi . tws '. t.