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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE.VT., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1021.
IM Homer Fitts Co, Incorporated "The Store Where Quality Counts" irl Cloth Coats for Winter . Possess a Wealth of Style Some severely gracefulothers cleverly . trimmed with smart touches of embroidery, stitching or self straps. All made of the sea son's newest materials soft, rich fabrics in un usual and varied tones and shades. Some adorned with Fur Collars, some plain. The earlier you visit our Garment Department, the . greater the variety of distinctive styles you see. x Prices range from $27.50tos49.50 Wool Frock Time is Here You won't want to resist one of these new Wool Frocks it is just what you will wear oftenest, these crisp Autumn days, for you can be abso lutely sure of its style, as well as its appropri ate comfort. We are showing some of the season's best mod Is in Sere, Trico tine and Jersey All showing beguiling touches of embroid ery and braid trimming that are this Fall's very own. Prices are from $11.50 to $39.50 mi 'iill f n The Munsing and Peerless Union Suits Wc feature thees two makes and there are none better. We have them in all weights and sizes, and the prices are much less than last year. Let us show you. The Frank McWhorter Co. BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2l- The Weathfcr. Unsettled weather to-niglit nd Wednesday probably light rain; warm er to-night j cooler in Vermont Wednes day fresh south and southwest winds. TALK OF THE TOWN J TALK OF THE TOWN SWJ. Graves started work to-day .sal janitor of theiAlorxe blncK. Public dance at Marohflrlrf Tuesday evening, Oct. 18.. Carroll' orchestra. adv. Mrs'. Etliel C. " Smith of 37 Terry street was at Woodbury pond to-day i at her- cottage. . Regular ir.ectjng of tool sharpeners, No,-' 2, in' Foresters' hali Wednesday evening at 7 o clock, . Don't forget the P. of P., No. 10. masquerade ball. Seven-piece orehes tra. Dancing. 8 to 12. adv A regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Clan Gordon, No. 12, will be held Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 7:13 p in. Balloting. . Secretary T. W. Bradley of the Board of Trade is in Burlington to day attending the meeting of the re tan dealers. - . . Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Brown of 8 El more street have as their guests, their daughter, Aire. Edna Bessie of Hyde Park, and her husband. One need of the hospital is for fate cloths. Kindly donate old bath towels to be made over for this purpose, or face cloths. Bag day Oct. 20. Mr. and Mrs, Howe Morrison and little daughter of Evanston, 111., are the guests of Mr. .Morrison a brother. Norman J. Morrison,- of Hill street, Carload of Baldwin and .Northern Spy apples at C. V. yard Tuesday. Good chance to get choice apple for the winter. Cogger & Ross, Hampton, N. H. adv. I), A. Perry is in Bratthboro to-day conducting a sale of stock and tools for the Clapp estate. The sale is he ing held under the supervision of the Brattleboro Xrust Co. Next Thursday, Oct. 20, will he the annual bag day for the Barre City hospital. Vegetables, fruit, tanned goods, eatables of any kind and .old linen would be very acceptable. If you want to meet all your friends and also get a nne supper lor d.e, make your way to the Congregational i church Wednesday night. Bring the children along; any under 12 years of age, 2.)C. adv, . . . William and Joseph Wilkin, the for mer living in the vicinity of Lowell, Mass., - were in town the latter part of last week with former friends and acquaintances. The men were former ly of Barre. - ' Have yfcur furs repaired and retnod: tied now. All work guaranteed. Dye ing and steam cleaning a specialty. Open .every evening. Barre Cleaning, Dyeing and Tailoring Shop. . Knno vitz, Prop., 182 North Main street. 'Phone 102 -J. adv. George Zeenter returned yesterday to hi home in New Haven, Conn. Mr. Zeeirter wa called to Barre ' because of the illness of bis wife, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCarthy, of South Main street for'aoroe time. Under the direction of J. C. Dodge of 100 South Main ttreet, a painter, the different rooms of the Blanchard block are being repainted. The oflices of Dr. H. A. Drew and fir. E. . Sprague on the second floor have been deco rated. On the next floor the rooms of the Vincitia club will lie treated, and on the fourth floor -work has already begun. The work began this week, and will probably take two or three weeks. The Harnvoe.il EnsemTfle, composed of three harpists and a singer, will ap pear at the dpcra bouse to-morrow night in the first concert of this year's entertainment course held under the direction of th Board of Trade and the Woman's club., The Zimtner aisters constitute the only grand harp trio in the United States, while Kaymond M monds. tenor, enjoys a splendid repu tation as a j-inger. Mr, Simond u soloist at King's chapel in Boston for three years and is now completing his fourth year as soloist at the Old South- church in Boston. He will give i a special feature a group of negro spirituals, prefacing eacf. with an ex planation. The concert starts at 8:1." o'clm k. E. L. Densmore expects to. have a carload of paint arrive to-day. adv. Mrs, Andrew Mitchell of 31 Pleasant street was operated on at City hospital this morning. Orville Theriault of Williamstown entered the City hospital last evening for treatment, i - , . Mrs. D. V. Gregory and her daughter. Mrs. Ethel Hed berg, have "returned from a visit in Boston. Mrs, James Summers of 08 Ayers street was admitted to City hospital yesterday tor treatment. The St. Elizabeth bazaar will bo held Oct. 27, Howland hall. Dancing from 9 to 12. Carroll's orchestra. adv, Miss Catherine McLeod of 14 Camp street underwent an operation for ap pendicitis this morning at City hospi tal. ; Miss Quinlan's dancing school Thurs day. Latest New York steps taught. Classes forming; join any time now. adv. .' Nicholas Domenico and Frank Debi tetto of Barre were called to New York recently because of their mother's death. Mrs. Emma McHugo has returned to her home in Boston, after -attending the wedding of her son, Walter, yes terday. All out for a good timo Friday, Oct. 21, at the D. tf P., No. 10, masquerade dance. Good music. Dancing, 8 to 12, Clan hall. adv, Chief of Police James Wr. Sullivan, who is on his annual vacation, left this morning fo?" Bethel, where he will pass a few days, ; '. 'Alfred Thomas Cole, who has been in the ejjty for about three days on business, has returned to his home in Pawtucket, R. I. Steel grill work liaa been placed in front of the several plate glass win dow of the Peoples National Bank quarters in the A lunch block. Don't bother to get supper at home Wednesday night; go to the Cohere national church and eat with the crowd. Everybody will be there. adv The ladies of the Church of the Good Shepherd will meet with Mrs. Fret Vinton. Merchant street,. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock to-sew for the sale. Doesn't that menu the Congregation al woman have prepared sound appe tizing? Haven t read it? Turn to page 8 right off and then come to the sup per Wednesday, ojght. adv. Joseph Giudici of 41 Brckley street returned Saturday from New York City, where he went on a business tfip of a few days in the interests of the Giudici Brothers - and company, gruime inaiiuj.aci.ui rra. Maccabees, attention! The regit meeting of Harmon review, No. 1, will be held Wednesday evening at 7:.w o clock, initiation ana retresnments Guards and oflieera wear white. Col lector will be at hall at 6 o'clock. MONTPELIER Ml Card of Thanks. We desire to extend to the many friend and neighbors our heartfelt thanks for the expressions of sym pathy, beautiful flowers and their kindness in our bereavement; also to the various orders for their asistanee. Mrs. James K. Pirie and family. TOO LATE TO CLASSIEY. H'RNIPHED" ROOMS Sum heated ; Quin- l.n bm. isits W 1 1.1," J liE PARTY who took Y'n-w t mm a overrtmt front limrland hall Samrdajr nlrht rrturn Mme to t-oitce tuition, Har lteti LOST "Monday niuht Mr fountain pm ; finder ik-aae -ave at Tiliit bh Jat.w. 1SS12 t.lWT- A hf;ntin lined du-k wmU btwrfl Plniiilield snd Wrr; finder picas rrnrn tn Tinv offir. 1S2U TO " KKN'T TMvnwnt for mll family at 2 Wrt trv-t ; atom furnihH if ir tir i-h ; ti-phoa tdl-R or call at ?S Wirt trrtt. ISitf riirficld farm. atnrlVtd and nrrj rni'Tp i two horaa, ,S aena, 1& fcad of atnrk. hoc. hay. rrain. IS or mnre bo.h-to nf potatn. tonU. rtc All rtwly to mow onto-j-t r the rows Xo 1rrbrn a-ithin a tnnrth. All the atwe ar lnfudl w ith a 7 S-tt farm, lrs than five mtWa from liarrr rity ; -rr produrlivr levH nWrf : rood torn fortahle h,-ue and bam. Mrit Kv dionad of at oncv Will MntiiW houav in Ban citr in nrhnnar or will avU for fS(Hin.(Mi u it atanda. Tht ia not a bark farm, but la catft on rood road and drivr to t(" Knquir at w of THE D. A. I fcRRY REM. I--STATK AGENCY. ism rXR RENT-Stor ia bawit of IK Mnrw butidiriK. forawir ed by t ntl W. Ja-k-aon at a run and biryrle atorr: rood livht and out-wi- rnfranre, mt ry low kiMiuir of tna D. A. Prrry Rml KUt Awmry. is.'ts r'OR-RKNT Two fc-atd mi to ftrat S. or now oerupk-d by the Chriauaa rVv no Sorw-ty oai Siimmrf atrrt. ro-aaiia Krith avrsnf ; vacant Noyrmbrr lt ; -o-ouir at am Tiia D. A. I'rrry Rnal h ta' rv-y. Lost on taken by MiTAKE-o.to- man'a owroat at daTK, "vwiaM-'t butt. fW-t. IS; kadrr ph a - Iraw at p-w-jalnt "rk"l:EALrciDER"' ! I oprfM-d our r'-V-r wi:T to thm puhlte a Mwra. Getotwr la. i W mm-1e fr r a rL from yoar owa ort''. whir yca o-a. Wr will bay in- and will aoa bavr -"rt. ,Vin. po. Bant rrr fnr aair. 7rWHcvnr wrra or ,rrrd tn crtr. r- f-ali'. tw ruaransvii la . 1 M t utirr TH. t-arrr, t- -li. ,.:t (OLLTE TLTS r"-R SALE Ifuir of K ta St. 12 ll" tr. l- t.'.'ST -'-.d wra arark aod Wrrr". b twrra frarl nrrrt a Wali-aoai fivwii ; fir pvaaao knarw at Xitmm aAor; rr-4 Among the flowers given at the J. K. Pirie funeral, not included in yes- terdav'a Jist, were set pieces from St. Aldemar commanaery, Granite chapter, R. A, M., and the Granite Manufactur ers' association. There was aUo a pil- ow from the wife and family. Mrs. Minnie Corser, who, for the past two weeks has been visiting in he home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Bond of S3 South Main street, re turned to-day to her home in Henni ker, X. If. Mrs. Corser "will leave soon for Orlando, Fla., whera she has a position during the winter at Hotel yommg. Mm. - Fannv B. Robinson, who was born in Barre - 87 years ago, passed awsv Sunday at her home in Concord, N. If. She was. one of, the oldest mem bers of the First Congregational church of that city, having joined by letter in lfttlO. She was the widow of Charles A. Kobinson, and she is survived by one son, Rodney F. Robinson, arid a granddaughter, Kvelyn Robinson. The second bridge to receive treat ment according .to the suggestions of City Kngineer S. L. Kuggles, is the Ber lin street bri'fje, where repairs are now being made. New planks will be laid in the center. Meanwhile Smith street is the means of getting across the river. The other bridge which has lieen fixed up is the Blackwell street bridge, where the work of painting has been completed. Mrs. Klbt Favor of Biirre. a mem ber of Harmon review. No. 1, has the honor of being the first member of the local order of the Maccabees in win ning her trip to ine racmc coast in UKX Assisted by Mrs. Km ma Salt of Mii-higan, deputy supreme commander, she organized a review at l.ilman, the order to He known as the Gihnan re view. A large class was secured for the charter list. The W. B. A. is the largest woman's order in the world, havinh a membership of over 20,0O0 and a reserve fund of over $H.m(KHJ. It is expected there will be another Urge class initiated before the char ter closes and that Miss Roe Millier of rawtwkct. K. I- who is the eu- peniring officer of ermont, will be present at that time. Three artists of the Thomas Kdiso.i Co. entertained a largo audience in city ! hall Monday evening under an arrange- j mcnt which the Seguin news agency , of Montpelier made. The first part of! the concert' was given to Miss Jeolit Lucy, soprano, Adrian J. B., Freiche, vl-1 oJinist. and Raymond Barry, pianist, ! giving a program' in unison with the , Kdison phonograph which won a great ! deal of commendation for the 'artists I as well as for the excellence of the pro- li auction or tne instruments aim vuit-u. This was particularly true of tj'e sing- J ing of Misa Lucey, who sang, "ouri: Breaking My Heart With Good Bye." in just a little different tone from the reproduction of her voice by the ma chine. v ' . , Montpelier seminary's football team defeated the team from the Randolph Acrricultural school. 27 to 0, on semi nary campus yesterday afternoon. Both Coach Hanson and Assistant Cuich Goodrich of the seminary team played in the game for the first half. This con duct brought strenuous objection from the Randolph coach, who evidently did not expect to play under this sort of rules. Messrs. Hanson and Goodrich arc both members of the seminary faculty. Neither played during the second half Ceresoli played a stellar game for Montpelier, making three touchdown and passing to Cardow for the fourth touchdown. Cardow kicked three goals. Ceresoli made all of his touchdowns in the first half. During the second half, neither team was able to advance the ball until the last three minutes, when Cardow carried Ceresoli pass over the line and later kicked the goal. Ifred Laird acted as referee, Hatch aa um pire and Soule as head linesman. The periods were two of 10 minutes and two of 12 minutes. 'This game was the seminary' first win of the season. Miss Florence Dodge, after passing a week's vacation with her sister, Miss Dorothy Dodge, has returned to h?r home iu Boston. v High-grade pianos, talking machines, Brunswick records, sold on easy terms at E. E. Clarkson's store, li Main street. adv. , Kenneth McMahon left for Rutland yesterday, where he will be in the in surance business. . Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Dosher and Samuel Quaekenbush, who hare been here in the interest of the playograph, have returned to their home in New Jersey. '" - ' Mis Helen Pine and uncle, Joseph Pine, who have been visiting relatives in Keesville, X. Y., for the past week, returned home last evening. WmN BUY (GdDdDPS CdD, SERVICE SATISFACTION I . vj ' -" ... 1 (Wo oleums Deputy Fire Marshal A. G. . Preble returned from South Craftsbury yes terday and left to day for Weathers field and Brattleboro to investigate re cent fires. ' Roy E. Davis, an inspector for ihe weights and measures department, is attending a convention of sealers in Pittsfield, Mass. Miss Jean B. Pinney of the commis sioner of industries' office left, tester day for Rutland to ipspeet factories in which .- women are employed. She will be occupied in this way for several days. Miss Gladys McMillan has returned to her duties at the oflict of the com missioner of industries, after a two weeks' vacation. For sale: Use piano at a bargain. 132 Main street. adv. Fred S. Pease, deputy commissioner of industries, who has returned from an inspection of factories in Aewport Orleans and Barton, states that the lumber industries there are quiet for the most part. Planing and dressing mills are fairly busy with redressing western lumber. The firm of vtesseli Nickel i Gross of -New iork t lty is installing machinery in a large plant !n Barton-for - the manufacture of piano action. People who think hand man i- facture is a dead letter in this state should visit a wool carding shop in a town in the northern part of the state where the product of more than 800 flocks of sheep ia carded and return.'d to the farmers for spinning. The wool carder has customers in northern York as well as in Vermont. Charming New Novelties in Woolen Fabrics . The new Fall Skirtings are so beautiful, 'that many a woman who has not been accustomed to sewing, will find them impossible to withstand. For the new Prunellas there are Novelty Stripes and Plaids that are simply irresistible. Priced at .-...... . . . . . . $3.50 to $5.50 a yard The new colors in Wool Jersey are, quite as tempting. French Serges, Storm Serges. 36-inch Cordoroys, all colors. ...... . ... ..... $1.00 a yard Salts' Seal Skin Plush, 51-inch, at . . . .$650 yard 1 En"1, js THE UNION DRY GOODS COMPANY GRANITFVILLE The Odd Ladies' fair Oct. 20 and 21. Admission, 10c. Entertainment each evening. Dancing from 8 o'clock to.12. Dajice tickets, 75c.- adv. The regular meeting of Robert Em mett court, No. WW, Catholic Order tf Foresters, will take place Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock in Miles' hall. Bus iness, installation of officers. Smokti talk after meeting. Per order rec. sec. Kumagae, will remain for a time in the United States. , . Shimidzu just before his departure spoke in appreciation of the spirit of sportsmanship he said he had found' among American tennis players. match here last night. Lewis threw Kosonaros in one hour and 39 minutes, using a head lock. . Apples Apples Japanese Tenni Star Sails. Sail Francisco, Oct. IS. Zenzo Shimidzu of the Japanese Davis cup team sailed for Japan to-day board the Tenvo Mam. His teammate, Ichiya i; Congregational Harvest Supper served Wednesday evening from 5:.'!0 to 7. Adults. 3.V: children under Menu: Veritable hash Hot nils Baked beans Brown hrevl Pickles Cabbage salad Lemon, pumpkin and juaih pics Tea Cheese Coffee Milk James R. t'outts, inspector for the weirhts and measures department, has completed an inspection of scales in Rutland and returned to his borne. County Warden Will Peck of Shef field has reported to the fijh and game commissioner two convictions for hunt ng without a license. The men arrested were Jeliff Lurvey of Greensboro Bend and George C. Hamper of Slunnard Both were taken before Judge Blodgr-tt in 8L. Johmdiury and fined $-!." and cota of $8.30 each. Lurvey arranged to pay. Frank Martin and Ne!on Guyeite were found guilty of intoxication and fined $1" and costs each for a subse quent offense by Judge W. A. Lord in Montpelier city court this morning. Neither could pay and both were taken hack to the Washington county jail. Guyette stated that "he secured de natured alcohol in Burlington and Mar tin obtained the same article at the Capital Hardware Co. here. John C, Booth of Barre has been appointed guardian of Irene Booth, also of Barre. Frank L. 8ms 11 has been ap pointed executor of the will of Krne-t Oltolini. Charles B. Adams has been ap pointed eieciitor of the will of J. l. Fcnnett of Waterbury. Never Wants Anything Else The aeaaon of roughs, colds, croup and bronchial troubles is at hand. F.v- rrr mother will be interested in this letter from Mrs. E. K. Olson. 1317 Ohio . Superior. H is. I tried many dif ferent kinds of cough medicine, but now I never want anything else than i Foley's Honey and Tar. 1 used it for all mr rh Mren when I uvea in iowb ano also for my grsndhild in Ihiluth, and it has always done pood work." Con tains no opiates. Adv. a- . EAST BARRE MARS1JFIELD Thursday. O. t. SO, at K. of P. hall. Marshfleld. Jlargurrit Clark in "Easy to fJet;" a!i-o one-reel jna;aine. Ad mission 2.V and XV, war tax i-aid adv. KrpuUr meetin of 1 Wuch-wn tribe. . 1 St. j I. O. R M.. on Thursday evening at :.TO. All, members requested to be pi-ent. -.X. V sA Tf . f f7 Tuedy. Ot-t. K, ? r ft! BUSINESS SCHOOLS are very much aKke in what they teach, but very different in .u:tiu'n and other eiprnes. Our tuition rates are: Day School IU.CK) per mania EvenifiK School ... 6.00 per oiea'h Home Study 50.00 For eompletio of teit our mm prtrnt students mi time and money and ecrtire emploj mrnU MONTPELIER BUSINESS SCHOOL ISA EICHARDSOS, FSEV. Tacnea ill-it, 4 K. COLUMBIA GRAFOMOLAS and 12 Records on a 5 days' Free Trial. Grafonolas at P re War Prices: J275 Grafonola now. . .$175 j 225 Grafonola row. . . 150; 165 Grafonola now. . . 1 40 j 150 Grafonola now. . . 125 140 Grafonola now. . . 100 125 Grafonola now. . . 85 Join our Christmas Grafonola Club this week, $3.50 week until Christmas. The Rod Cross , Pharmacy Strangler Lewis Won With Head Lock, j ' loiumous, uuio, ucr. , is. -Jid . . T (Strangler) Iwis, former heavyweight A Car 01 inter applei wrestling champion, won overt George HQW &t Wells River traclv, Kosonaros, Columbus, in a wrestling ' T . , . , . iwi i c, tu ue &uiu to lub peo ple of Barre and vicinity. This car of apples will be sold at prices people can af ford to pay. Come to the car and procure your ap ples for the winter. They are in baskets now being used for apples. Baldwins, Greenings, Spies and Other Varieties A NEW FUR SHOP Corner Main and State Sts., Montpelier (Over Wheatley's Store) Furs remodeled in the latest styles. Repairing and made-to-order at reasonable prices'. All work guaranteed Also Ladies' Fur Coats and Seta for sale. M. GOLDSTEIN & SOX of Burlington "EXPERT FURRIERS' Tel 5-J. II, Waite & Son Egg Coal is the Purest Size Alraost All Carbon . Slate and other impurities are picked out by hnd at the breaker. It is easier to take it from Eg coal so it's almost pure carbon. You can use it instead of Stove in most heaters. Calder & Richardson, 'Phcne 450" 'Heaiby iheRoomfu) ' The Woman! Ready -to-Wear Shop Special for Wednesday and Thurs dayOffering Values Rarely Available 7 SILK POPLIN DRESSES-$12.50 and $15.00, for a quick close out, at $5.1)8 Taupp, Plum and Black, sizes 16 to 42. 4 SILK DRESSES Navy Blue, sizes 16 to 18, $15 and $16.50; to close out at . ..... .$5.98 These Dresses represent economies well deserv ing your careful attention. The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. See Keith "Avenne Window Baby Can't Write But You Can So yon bare an opportun ity of winning a prize in the $5,000.00 Perfection Heater Prize Contest. 1,000 worth-while prizes will be awarded for the best letters on "Handy Uses of The Perfection Oil Heater." First prize $1,000.00 cash. You can enter the Contest free. Come in and get full particulars, a CW.Averill&Co. The Winchester Store" j Fix Your Faulty. Liver Many ills are traceable and can be blamed to a faulty liver. If ypu are subject to frequent headaches, constipation, biliousness or upset stomach conditions, take Our Liver Pills Your liver will be restored to its natural and normal functioning. 25c a box. Drown Drug Store 4 S North Main Street .