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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES APRIL 2, 1907.
tv v f V till J It 11 a. f Par excellence of the Spring sea son may be selected from our new lines. We have allied ourselves with the leading Skirt specialists of America and our department now offers the widest Skirt selec tion of any in our history. Among them are the famous "WOOL TEX STYLES," every one of which is guaranteed to please you iri every detail of fashion, fabric, fit and finish. All prices from $2.98 to $18.00. the ihh Fins CO THE BARRE DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1907. Weather Prediction. Fair toilet ami AVedncdy. Warmer Wednesday -afternoon. Brisk iiorthcrly winds Umiinshhig and becoming variable V cdiicsdiiy. TALKOFTHli TOWN. Local Happenings Tersely Tola for Busy Readers. ' David Bird i working in the JI. J. Smith market. r SIRES AND SONS. Ji?ph Lee of Boston gives annually $ 10,000 in charity among Boston children. Secretary Wilsou of the department ' of agriculture is the Nestor of the cabl-! not aud is the only member who was ' one of the original group at the be-1 gluning of Mr, McKinley's admiuistra- j ttou. ' ; , X : ' x) Kx-Fresldont Grover Cleveland haa ; beeu elected chairman of the Assoola- j tlon of Life Insurance Presidents. He l will also act as Its chief counsel at a salary of f 25,000 a year. In addition, be will act as referee in cases of tfls- (inpham house dresses, $1.23, at the j pute between tho companies. onie Vmigliim ntore. - Look at the .allover laces, with inser tion to match, at Berry's. , The Frank -McWhorter company tori "7?" XfVy "!. torine couts. A large variety. . fd rf ?f & life in Rockland and .William II. Hyde of Kocklnnd. said to be the oldest newsboy in the state j of Maine, is seventy-nine years old. Miss Jean Renfrew of Groton is work in;? in the A. I Abbott store. Las been delivering newspapers to cus tomers continually since 188,7. ; Senator Proctor is KettlE old. His Mrs. Aaron Uic'brdson of Washington ; jtolce always has been remarknblo for New' ones just .arrived this morning;. Buy a Petticoat of this make and you will have one that gives satisfaction every time. We are sole agents ,: in Barrc. . .. " ; - " ' , VEALE & KNIGHT, New England Telephone, 123-2 Union Telephone Line. " Currier Building, - - - North Main St, Barrc, Vt. visited R. L. llayward yesterday. its power. It now is as stroug as ever, . ; but it is a wonder to those who hear bini when they contrast his tall, thin UNION CLOTHING COMPANY. UNION CLOTHING COMPANY. Harry Page went to. Northfield yes lining ,ii..tiu4 - . ..... J ... j . ... ....v.. vuuuunb uig lull, lum Mi-s Elinor Deamuml of Boston i,as Aff'ire and drooping shouldera with the j been visiting Mrs. Ilattie Minard duaiugl Powerful fullnewof h(s Toice. . g Laster. una oiaest ennstea man on the roils of the United States army ia Sergeant John McLaren - left last night for Cleveland, Ohio, where he has secured employment.'' fiiiop stewards call at the granite cut ters' fll for notices of meeting to be "' " held April 8th. V timious service. having the extraor- Tickets for 'Tiff, Faff, rouff," go on ' salo tonight at the Red Crosss pharmacy 'at seven o'clock. David Robertson of the hoepltnl corps, g stationed on Governors Island. He is h a native Scotchman. He first enlisted 3 May 27, 1854, and be bag been in con- jo If ' ' Pi Wit Spring Footar! We invite your inspection of . some . popular makes of Mtn's Shoes and Oxfords. Included are the " French, Shriner & Urner," Stet son," " Knickerbocker and "Keith's. Konqueror." The many styles arc , shown in ViciKid, Gun-Metal Calf and Patent Calf, Blucher, Lace and Button Shoes and Ox fords, and in prices from $3.00 to $5.00. Style and merit are features of our Men's Shoes this season. Barre Shoe Company, 131 North Main Street. Telephone 432-4. Barre, Vt 1" SPRNG LOTIIIiJC They are now here in the most attractive fabrics and styles. We are sure that nowhere else are such values offered in Hand Tailored Suits, Rain Coats and Top Coats at such moderate prices as $5.00, 7.00, 8.00, 10.00 to 20.00. The Manhattan Derbys at $2.00 and 2.50 are peers, while the Mansfield and. the Premier Derbys are leaders(inhcir line. AU can be had in stiff and soft styles, and strictly union made. Let us prove our statements. All goods shown with pleasure. S. J. SEGEL . CO., ''''-., Around the Corner on Depot Square, Barrs, Vt. Old Blue Store Building. TALK 0FTHE TOWN. ''Alfred Jenkins of this ,city leave to night for Syracuse, N. Y., on a business trip of indefinite duration. James Carewell, Arthur Averill, Alex. Smith and William' Ayers have been en gaged by the assessors to assist in tak ing the lists. Those who are to furnish fancy work for tho Easter sale will please hand it in before two 'o'clock Wednesday at the Congregational 'church.' t '"""" Mrs.. Ilattie Bixby and Mrs, Luella Ross, who have been visiting relatives in the city for tho past week, returned today to their home in Underbill. W. H.. Brown and his shter, Miss Ma rie Brown of Burlington, who have beta spending a few days in the city visiting friends, returned this morning to their home. To farmers Clark's Cutaway harrow pulverips the ground finer and draws one-tbiru easier than any other disc httr row. For sale by E. Carletou, 21 High land avenue, Bam City. John Austin of Manchester, K. II., who has been visiting hi son, L. P. Austin, for the past few days, went to ri . . v. ; - : . .1 Mr. Austin was formerly a resident of cms cuy. fr V AvnrUt ntv. l,f rnnnifira and friends a ciiafing dish party at her nome, no. aw Averm street, la-t eveu ing. Games of various kinds, recitations, etc., furnished amusement for the even ing; also manv humorous toasts were given by W. If. Brown of Burlington. The party broke up at a late (hour, all reporting a most enjoyable evening, and tliaukinp their host.? for tho man ner in wiiich slw so skillfjtlly prepared the programme for the evening. - , , Card of Thanks. I wish to thank the members of the Quarry Workers' International Union for their kindness to me during my recent bereavement and for their promptness and generosity in paying the benefit. Mrs. H, M. Bullis. GranitviUe,'Vt. y,"' -v,. There will be a regular ' S meeting of Hiawatha lodge, Ko. 20, I. O. O. F., Thurs day, evening, April, A, at 7:30 o'chxk. The third degre will be conferred, W. K. Beck, noble grand.', , There will bo a Special conclave of ISt. Aldentar commanderv tonight at 7:30. Wor',k the Red Cross degree. Per ordee James Wilson, . Eminent Com'd'r. Tliomas W. Lawson's latest lx)ok, "Fri day, the Thirteenth," on sale at the Barre book store, Mrs. Laxon and Mrs. Hutchinson of Orange Street went to Burlington tlii morning to spend the day. i A meeting of the Socialist will be held in the Wheclock building on Wed nesday, April 5, at T p. 111. Mis Rose Kiel and Fabor H. Lagor left last night for a week's visit with relatives in Keesville, N. Y. Edward Bellville left last night on the 5:30 train for Los Angeles, Cal., where he has secured, position.. , :'M!s 'Edith' Blunchnnl, wlio lias been visiting her sinler, WeWa Blanrhard, re turned to her home in Randolph to day.' , ' f ' There will le an adjourned meeting of the Modern Woodmen of Amerira, Tuesday, April 2, at 6:30 p. ni. Per clerk. 4 William Winch, who has been visiting his father, the Rev. George W. Winch, returned to Yale university at New Hav en, Conn., today. ' The meeting of the Ladies Aid society of the Presbyterian church will be post poned until Wednesday, April 10, on account of the president being ill. The Philomathian club will bolls its annual business meeting this evening at 7:15, wfth Mm. O. H. Ilak', North Main street. A full attendance is requested. Charles Christian of Barre and Mary Ann Goodhue of Montiwlier were niar- ried'by Rev. J. Edward WiigH at his home in Mortpeher, last Saturday, March 30. ' Mis Mary Merchant, who has been visiting her, aunt, Mrs, James Milne of Liberty street, for tlw? past two months, returned to uliamstown, Mass., to day. ( Tiie Ladies' and Pastor's union will serve sugar on snow with doughnut and pickles at the Methodist church Wed nesday evening from 6 to 7:30 o'clock. Price 15 cent. f There will bo a regular meeting of the ladies' auxiliary of the Ancient Or der of Hixrnians at seven o'cliKk Wed nesday evening at the Foresters' hall in Worthen block. A special sale of trimmed hats at the new millinery parlors to be opened on ApiiL 10 by" Mrs. J. W. Mooreioft of Portsmouth,- N. H. Remember tiie place and date. Over Drown'a drug store. W. E. Jackson has awarded the con tract for furnishing the , brick ' for the buikling of the Aldrich public library to li. F. Atherton of W aterliurvi Jlr. Ath dlnary record of never hating lost a 'a uuj. xiu jh Beymuy-iour yeHrs oiu. Edward M. HIggins of "the Armour Grain company and the Cljicago board of trade has retired from business, said In 1R80 thnt as soon as be got ! $5,000,000 be would retire. "While the ' whirlpool carried others to ruin, I g came out Trlth a fortune," he snys now, "It is all I want. Why ahould I stay In business and risk losing It?" In a cable dispatch to his paper the London correspondent of the New York Herald alludes as follows to the Amer- j lean ambassador to Great Britain: "Mr. ! Raid .Inrlner tila efar 1ima hna frtala i himself more liked by English society ; than any previous ambassador that 5 America hns sent, and as for the king, those who are behind the scenes make no secret of the fact that his mfjesty regard Mr. Keia as one or ms per- o aonal frlenda." . ' ' ' m f; COOKING HINTS. A drop of cinnamon extract and three or four drops of vanilla added to a pot of chocolate will greatly Im prove the flavor. A cabbage is mora wholesome when boiled In two waters. The first car ries off the oil, which to some people Is very Indigestible. An attractive looking dessert and a tasty one as well consists of lady fin gers sprinkled thickly with very finely chopped mits and topped with whipped tream dotted with candied cherries. To make mince pies especially good Sprinkle them with finely chopped figs and walnuts before potting on the top crust A cranberry pie will be Im proved by the addition of a few raisins. Easter Sale." BE! I' 'led Anr il 3 lira ; i i u'ulUJiifgUiklMjk J Wed., April 10 ' The lailies of the Congregationalist'i church are to hold their regular Easter sale nest Wednesday afternoon and evening, April third,, in the parlors of the hcurcu. There will be the regular booths, fanck work, apron, and candy booths, besides ice cream and an enter tainment in the evening. Those ladies who iind bttle time for fancy work can supply tbenieelvea economically at the fancy work booth. The apron, booth ha an established reputation for putting out aprons of all sizes and designs, at prices little above the retail price of the cloth. All women need aprons, and thoeo who have once patronized this booth become rupular customers. The candy booth buys at wholesale and retails at regular price. The cAiidy is all manufactured under the "Pure Food Iaw" requirements, 1 I PROGRAMME THURSDAY, APRIL 4. The Montpelier Military Band. PROGRAMME- -jpRIDAY, APRIL 5. . Selection, - - Mandolin Club Solo, -'',;...-..; ''..; - - - i- - Mrs. George Troup Drill, Daughters of Woodcraft, Miss Madeline Williams, Captain Reading. - . - - - - - - - Mrs. Peter Mutch Selection, - - - - - - - - - Mandolin Club - Single Admission, 10c. Six Admission Tickets, 50c. John Nntiian, who got walloped by An ' drew. Maon while the-latter thought he jwH getting lak at. one of two men who assaulted hiin in Moiitpelier recent ly, him decided that he wants damages l tor the healing. Ho he has sued Mastn : ior $.i00 personal diunagen. Mason could not f itrni.iii tlie ttotids required and was ! placed in the comity jinl. Fancy work booth. This is alwray i 'an intnresting part of the "sale", all j sorts of useful and rtitie work pre-' pared by those who "know how" and j take tlie time. f you should not liniU ! just vhst you want, you might get an Men to work up yourself. Contrreca- tional church parlors, Wednesday after- noon and evening, April third. "f j erton will begin shipping the brick atjThrt woru4n of Barre are all interested once- j in the booths and the men and children The Conventional Sundav school pvill enjoy the ice cream and entertain clas of Mavnard Winch was entertained j ":ent in the evening, at a maple' sugar partv at his home on tVngregatwnahst church parlors, Trow hill yesterday, 'the entire class Wednesday afternoon and evening, accepting tho invitation and enjoying a j April third. splendid time. There was stinr on snow ; '. 1 and the visual accompaniments. C. Berry & Co. of Boston have been granted a wholesale state license to do j business in Vermont, and have ninde ! local hendquarters at Ncampini square, j Their reprenentat ives, M. J. Daly of Bur Jington and J. W. McCiarghan of Kh'h ' mond, were in the city yesterday. All members, and those intending to become members of -the Granite City j quoit ing club, a.ie requested to meet at: Jthe home of the secretary on Friday! evening at 6-.:i0 o'clock sharp. All otll- 'revn for the season are to be appointed! 'and ollir important business transacted.! C heilli, secretary. Bi'iijaiuin Stiaclian, secretary, and treasurer of the Pope store in Moiit pelier, lias come to that city to assist ! Per ley K. Pope in the management of 'the business. Mr. St radian has been j traveling alt'Riiian for 'allendi-o'. Me AusIan and Troup company of Provi- deuce, R. 1. TU REDUCE LIGHT EILLS USE Most Refined Class' of lien's Wear For the Spring Season Is now on exhibition at our store and special window displays have been arranged to offer the most favor able suggestions for the Spring season. Good taste (conservatism) is the crowning feature in our Spring showing. See the new Suits in grey worsteds and plaids. " If further interested, come into the store and ask to see the better Suits at $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 and $22.00, which have no equal for style and qual ity in the city. Take a look at the excellent Suit, Top Coatand Rain Coat at $8.50, $10.00 and $.12.00. ENTIRELY NEW SPRING SUITS, ENTIRELY NEW SPRING TOP COATS, ENTIRELY NEW SPRING SHIRTS, ENTIRELY NEW SPRING NECKWEAR, ENTIRELY NEW SPRING HOSE, ENTIRELY NEW SPRING HATS. You can always depend on this store for the newest and best of everything pertaining to the correct dress for men and boys. Let us sell you your Spring outfit. Union Clothing Store, fi A One Price Clothiers Tdeplieae'126 2. Oli Skating Rick Building, Opp. Depot Square. o 3 n o H a o MTVdrc03 0NIHX0T3 KOINil AUVIW0 9KIH10TD ANNOUNCEMENT For the past month we have been doin business at a great disad vantage to our customers and ourselves, but as the railroads are now making better deliveries we hope to be able to fill your orders more promptly. We received today one car each of Oats, Corn and Bran. Remember we make special price by the ton. THE AVERILL MILLS, Telephone 333-12. 23 South Main Street. Insect Powder That Does the Work. ' E. A. DROWN, : Prescription Druggist, 48 No. Main St., Opp. Natl BanR. iriTMrTiwnaMnnasiwTii mi piiminiw .hmmi TURN-DOWN LAMPS r&n aAir av su u to oatc CENTRAL TATIQN9 ANO tkCCTmcAi supply ciavcrs. THE PHELPS CO. DETROIT, MICrl, CONSOLIDATED LIGHTING GO. AND VERMONT POWER iND LIGHT INS CO, Phone 246 - 135 Main St. Ease and grace are distinctive features of our new Spring models in Sack Suits. The display in our window shows the smart effect of the long slightly rolling collar, the hint of form fitting at the waist, the strong lines of the front and back of the Coat, We show the new models in a big vari ety of fancy fabrics (many of them patterns you'll not find elsewhere), also our ever reliable blue and black fabrics Price $7.50 to $18.00. YOUTHS' SUITS bought especially for the young fellows. The ttrong, youthful lines will make them the premier favorites with the almost-men boys about town who. favor a genuine college model in Suit. We have these handsome new Suits in all the new grey shades and patterns and in our ever reliable blue and black fabrics. THOMAS BRADY BOLSTER BLOCK, - BARRE, VERMONT. I L. M. Averill will open up what remains unsold of his stock of goods in. a few days, when he will make his announcement in this space. ":