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BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922. ESTABLISHED 1886 .UNION IRY GOOD MOM F1TT The Weather N Rain late to-night or Wednesday; warmer to-night; moderate variable winds becoming southerly. SERVICE SATISFACTION THE STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS ir THE i .... H V ' - ' . ' , ' ' ' ' ' 1 , Ji-!lJli Why Pay 'SO or 45 Cents for Other Patterns When you eon get Pictorial Review Dress Patterns the best, moat stylish and most economical of all patterns, at 20c to 35 None Higher $A child can lay out a PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERN Patented Cutting and Construction Guide Jacquerts Blouse 1389 siM 34 to 44 bust 35 centt Skirt MJ Eilet 24 to 34 walat , 30 cent DroM 1397 Sim 34 to 48 butt JS cents '1389 and 9993 in medium size requires: 2 5-8 yards 40-inch figured . crepe $3.50 1 7-8 yards 40-inch "plain crepe, $1.98 .:. .... 1 Pictorial Review Blouse pattern . 1 Pictorial ReX'iew Skirt pattern ... Findings at ..$9.36 r.t .. 3.68 ; . .35 . .30 ,. 1.C0 THE very latest innovation in sports and street frocks is to place one's monogram in some conspicuous place such av on the sleeve or side-front of tha waist, at.J carry it out in a contrasting color with silk thread. The Winter mode fol lows out .the general line laid down for it some time ago by the couturier. The waist-line valiantly resists all efforts to bej dislodged from its present low position. The use of the bandanna is another on of the season's novelties. It has already been utilized for collars,' girdles and even cuffs in some instances. Jenny defines , the waist-line of some of her new models with a handkerchief or bandanna girdle knotted at one side. The new dress fab rics are brocaded Canton crlpe, crocodile cr'pe, challaine, tublaine, broadtail cloth, satin-faced silk duvetyn, Jacquard duve tyn and brocaded or stencilled satin. ( - ' Dross 1408 1 Bizet 34 to 48 bust M csota . - ' DrM 1416 Sitft 34 to SO bust 35 cants Monogram 511, cants 1408 Site 38 requires: 1 7-8 yards 40-inch Canton Crepe f or waist, at $3.4j f 6.48 "V 2 1-4 yards 40-inch contracting crepe for skirt at $3.45 ............ .t. ..... ,. 7.75 . ,1 Pictorial Review dress pattern ...... .35 Findings J. 00 A Will cost you complete $14.99 ( Will cost you complete $1..59 1397 Size 36 requires: 3 yards 54-inch Poiret 'twill at .$150. .$13.50 4 3-8 yards braid to trim, at 25c 1.10 1 Pictorial Review dress pattern ...... .35 Findings l.oo Will cost you complete $15.93 I4I6 Size 36 requires: 1 3-4 54-inch wool jersey, at $2.39. . 2-3-4 braid to trim at 25c 1 Pictorial Review dress pattern .... 1 Pictorial Review Monogram ...... Findings .., Will cost you complete .$4.18 . . . .69 ... .35 , . . .60 ... .50 . $G.32 You save from y9 to one and .lx yards of material with Pictorial Review Patterns. ; $5.00 on each garment. , Thereby saving from 50c to r- Red Cross Roll Call, Thursday, November 16 Let us forget our own circumstances and help the more needy. ' ' . TALK OF THE TOWN Congregational ale to-day and to morrow. adv. One 1919 Ford touring car witu starter. H. F. Cutler St Sson. adv. Kr cement and brick work call Led, 53 Pleasant street, 'phone 270-7. adv. , - Don't forget the sale on Empire tireg' and, tubes at the N. D. Phelps C'o.'a j store this week. adv., ,, Miss Viola Lascor, who . has been J sick at her home on Webster avenue, is able to be out of doors. , j Charles Gautier has returned to his home here afteV being employed for several months in the South. , ; W. H. Richardson went to Boston i last night to enter th Massachusetts General hospital for treatment. j Cork linoleum, Gold Seal, rugs and piece goods. Special prices. Sadlier, : outfitter, 10 Keith avenue. adv. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Richardson and daughter, Iva, of .North Randolph were recent visitors at W. If. Richard son's. - I Captains in Thursday's Red Cross drive: Meet at Keith avenue head quarters Tuesday evening at 7 to re ceive instructions-. A fine ' opportunity to buy hand painted flowers and all kinds of lovely handwork at "fair" prices. Methodist, sule, Nov. 21 and 22. adv. j A sewing meeting for the Methodist sale will bo held at' the home of Mr. K. R. Davis, 13 Maple Grove, Wednes day, Nov. 15, at 2:30 p. m. Dance at Cobble Hill grange Wednes day night, Nov. 15. Music, ltndi's or chestra. Car leaves Jones & Hall's sta ble at 7:45 and 8:15. adv. Hot coffee, doughnuts, etc., will be served throughout the day . Thursday at Red Cross headquarters in Keith avenue. All canvassers welcome. Mrs. Clara D. Paige, who spent the summer at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark King in Montpelier, left Sunday night for her home in Allston, Mass. The farce, "Spreading the News" (by Lady Gs'gory) to be given at the seven-cent fair in Goddard chapel next Monday evening will begin promptly at 8:07. adv. , Have .your heavy rubber footwear vulcanized now and be prepared for the season ahead. Work, guaranteed to stay. J. J. Hastings,371 North Main street. adv. Mrs. Cordelia Mack, who suffered a shock about a month aga, has been j moved from her home in Cabot to the home of her brother, C. H. Kenerson, 20 -Church street. She remains about the same. For this week only, 'will close out few pianos left in stock at a sacrifice. i Every instrument guaranteed by Bald win. Thone 203-V, or write for cata logue and terms. Lamorey's, 71 North Main street, Barre. adv. O. E. S. chicken-pie supper and dance, Friday. Nov. 17, grange hall, Williamstown. Dancing from 8 to l,i supper from 6:30 to 8. Menu for sup per, chicken-pie, f-abbage salad, cran berry jelly, hot rolls, soft pies, assort ed cake and coffee. Admiswion fiOc, children under 10, 25c. Full bill, $1.75 a couple. adv. Days Demand Warmer Appared Those Crushed Wool Sets-Wide scarf and hat for ladies and misses insure comfort, besides being most attractive. . ; . A new lot has just arrived in all the popular shades, priced at .. : . . t..... . .v $5.98 A Word About. Blankets : See our Double Blankets, 60x76, white or colors, at per pair .......... .$1.98 Heavy Cotton Blanket, wTool finish, 66x80, rwhite or colors, each, at . . .. .$2.93 Comforters .... . . . . ... . . . .:............... $2.49 to $6.73 A few Wool Army Blankets left at . . . . . . .'. .' .$2.83 And let us show you the new Novelite Bed Spreads in colors, some with Bol sters to matcli. . . . . . . .... . . . i ........ .$2.98 up v : . . UNION DRY GOODS CO. I s TALK OF THE TOWN Reserve Nov. 20 to' attend the seven-( cent fair at Goddard seminary. adv. For plumbing and heating. callJames McLeod, 123 Orange street. TeL 823-W. j adv. ' ' , lon't forget the sale on Empire tires and tubes at the N. D. Phelps Co.'s , store this week. adv. I General tiucking, heavy hauling, also hard and soft wood for sale. Paul, IWkfav. 'nhnnn 434-J. adv. i Window ventilators, fresh air with- J U out dust, snow, rain or germs, badlier, outfitter, 10 Keith avenue. adv. The Optimist class will have a clas meeting to-night at 7:30 at 37 Jeffer son street. Come and bring your work. The ladies of the purple consulate will havet a banquet at the rooms of Nellie Bianchi Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Dance at Cobble Hill grange Wednes day nitrht. Nov. 15. Music, Landi's or chestra. Car leaves Jones & Hall's1 sia ble at 7:45 and 8:15. adv. Hot coffee, doughnuts, etc., will be servcd''throughout the day Thursday at Red Cross headquarters in Keith avenue. All canvassers welcome. The regular monthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will beheld in the Legion hall Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 7:15 p. m. The report of the delegate to the national convention will bo ( given. MaccaJees, attention! Regular meet ing of Harmon review, No. 1, will 1ms held Wedneday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Initiation. Refreshments. Guards and officers wear white. Col lector will be at hall early for due. vercoait We have just received a large shipment of Over coats for men, young men, and children. All the newest models and the latest shades. Men's and Young Men's Boys' Children's .....$20 to $10 .$60 to $13.30 .$f50 to $8.50 We have a wonderful line of Chinchillas in this lot TALK OF THE TOWN Annual sale, Methodist church, Nov. 21-22. adv. For warm coats see Morse's line at Montpelier. adv. Captains in Thursday's Red Cross drive: Meet at Keith, avenue head iuarters Tuesday evening at 7 to re ceive instructions. Dance at Cobble Hill grange Wednes day night, Nov. l.. Music, Landi's o chestra. Caf leaves Jones A Hairs' sta ble at 7:45 and 8:15. adv. Good breav- It's the basis of every well regu lated meal. TP CITY BAKERY .1 ''7 C &&222S? ' .1 Vli f7MLi DKLMU TALK OF THE TOWN REFUSE TO SELL SCHOOLIIQUSE (Continued from First Tage.) Chicken -pie supper, Congregational church, Wednesday. adv. Dance at Cobble Hill grange Wednes day night, Nov. 15. Music, Landi's or chestra.-Car leaves Jones & Hall's sta-1 Smith property opposite Jefferson ble at 7:45 and 8:15. adv. I street from the Mathewn Hot coffee, doughnuts, etc.. will be "ity was going to buy a plny scrved throughout the day Thur-day ground; instead of playing on the va st Red Cross headquarters in Keith '" lBn1 the children spread out m'o All canvassers welcome. T rt- u mistaKe to oiiy tne ruts land. ; f. T. Callaghan favored buying sl thoiiph the "buy" wasn't the best-' Sil vio. Cardi favored buying. E. K." Pirie Congregational Play and Sujper This Week. Cast of characters for "The D. aci.r, a Juvored buying, also buying Ian I in Second Wife," Tuesdiy, Nov. 14. 3 p.1 the rear of the Summer street school, m.: ' i I' The motion carried almost una til- Malvina Fitz Miss Ethel Wishai 1 1 mously. Deacon Barachias Fits. , William Mcleod Milton George Washington l'itz. W'iiilhroji lUi'.nd Nancy Melissa Fits Rachel Spear Mr. Brown Ethel Spe?r Kate Rollins Khoda Bxitli John Bii'ock Dr. RoscoeViery Mrs. Bullock Mrs. Ethel Wal-s Dorothy . Bullock. llartle Ernest Rench ....Harold H:i!e iTliilip Gamboge Tudor Bradley 1 Admission, 85c; children, 2."ic. The Note Issue. On the next article, to ee if tiie city would issue its bonds or not,' to refund part of the indebtedness on the ftltl.O'JO water IkiUiI issue, ex-M-iyor i Iingley sail that the city- council! found "that the bonds could not be rs- ! funded because of irregularity of the ' original issue in having the bonds ."cliiw ' due all on the same date instead of i Mrs.. Walter Henshaw serially, as required by the ehart.T-j y Bullock. .....Walter Henslia.v therefore, money had to he borrowed' in order to pay the bond over ami above what funds the city had avail able for retiring the original isue. This amount was furnished by the ; Menu for supper Wednesday, 3 to Granite Savings Bank end Trut eo-'i-! 7:30 p. m.: . , panv, and he moved that the city irue Chkken-pie Mashed potatoe' its noten in three sums not 'to exceed Beet and cabbage salad j f 4;.(NiO in all, payable Aug. 10, 1:1-23, 1 Cranberry jelly Hot rolls j Aug. 10, 1024. and Aug. 10, lf2.i, in or- Icecream Assorted cake ColTVe der to meet the present indebtedness! Admission, 60c; children, 35c adv. ' on the bonds. j S. 1). Alien wanted-to know if the I DPTfirr I city didn't take money out of the "Mil- , For this week only, will close' out few pianos left in stock at a sacrifice. Every instrument guaranteed by Bald win. Thone 203-V, or write for cata logue and terms. Lamorey's, 71 North Main street, Barre. adv. Young Men's OVERCOATS Wc have just received the latest color ings, and styles and the prices are moderate. RED CROSS DAY, THURSDAY The Frank McWhorter Co. plus" and tax money to build a gra;nt bridge and if proposed issue of bond for the bridge was rejected by bonding houses. Mr. Langlcy swid th.' citizens qf Barre voted to build the . granite bridge and that most of tt-e j bonds were taken up by local parties. Mr. Allen called for a statement from present Mayor Shield on the matter and the latter corroborated ex-Major Laneley. j I With that, the discussion of the ar- tide ended and cm a bsllot, the v stood. 1 K for issuing the notes anJ I 13 against. The meet ing then ad- I journed. i The Franklin Six With the New Motor will give you the finest ride you l ave ever had More power; more speed; more economy 4 Sew pressure atr-cooling system the highest development of motor cooling ' New demountable rims Lowest price in 20 years We still have a few of our last year's high priced Overcoats for men and young men that we are still offering at $18.00 See Our Window. Red Cross Membership Drive, Thursday, Nov. 16, Union Clothing Co. Depot Square) Barre, Vt. . The new pressure system allows this motor to perform perfectly under conditions that would top any other engine made. Card of Thanks. We wi-h to thank the neighbor and frienjs fur their ai-tcnt' and sym pathy durinz th (siikne ami death of cur mt'..er, Mrs. Charlotte If. Koh ert. and efn'cUlly for the beautiful flowers. A. Winters, Mrs. Beie Babb, Mr. Cora Msrtin. Mrs. Ada Tt. Hoisington. Cut This Oct tt Is Worth Money. Cut Out tbi slip. enelo with .V snd mail it to holer & Co. hheTi-U Ave, t l.i ,". f Jl writ ng your nsme and ddres elearly. You will receire in return a trial package mntatninz Vt- ' h-y's Honey and Tr Comri.l f -r euph. mids and rronp: Joiey Kid ney Tals for psms in n.les and rr. I. : rhisrotim. be lrV, kWney and ! I der ai!roent; and K'l-y Cstl.nn ,r TK I' ts. St )! ' !!! srl th. t .uc'i r 'en-iM2 etrt ie f r et4 pa? :"a, .;. , imi.nfc. i. s 's. and -'u;-h bv i The Woman' Ready-to-Wear Shop COATS AVinter's first breath brings another invoice of Fur trimmed Coats, , reproductions of exclusive j models, some feature the new side closing, made to sell at vastly higher prices, of materials such as Vel ! verette, Gerpna, Normandy and Bolivia, having great collars of Squirrel, Beaver and Wolf, $45.00 I to $100.00. , ' " Tweed and Over Plaid Coats with luxurious col- lars of Raccoon, raglan shoulders lined and warmly interlined, $35.00, $50.00. I The Mrs. Shepard Co., Inc. Look Behind Your Insurance Policies. Next to safety Service is the all important element in Insurance. Join the Red Cross Thursday. J. W. Dillon Insurance Agency, 'Bolster Block, Barre, Tt. ADVERTISE IN THE BARRE TIMES in Towing Car $1950 Sedan $Z8SO Roaabout 9 1 900 Doai-Coup" 2100 Coup $2750 DotUWm $2250 Droacbam $2753 Tvunnc-Umousine $3150 (All prices f.oJb. Syracuse) Drown Motor Car Co. . 60 CoTlege St., Burlington, 'U 46 No. Main St., Barre, Vt, Seasonable Buys This Week Horse Blankets Autc Robes Axes Wood Saws Auto Chains Cross Chains Crawford Ranges Heating Stoves Hunting Coats -Guns and Ammunition Oil Heaters Lanterns C. W. Averifl & Co. rut 7VWCHe'STZ rroxi s