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TUFbAKHE DAILY TIMES, JANUARY 10, 1003. Lass m m m Si ux&r m mmmmf miu 22nd Anniversary Sale LOT 1, About 130 yards of plain and figured Silks, including values up to SI. 00 per yard. Waists lengths, Dress lengths and . Short lengths, all go in at 49c a yard. LOT 2, Contains values up to $1.00 and 1.25 a yard, also one piece of 27 inch Black Taffeta, usually selling at $1.00 a yard, all go in at 69c a yard. LOT 3. This is an odd lot containing values up to 75c a yard, all go in at 37c a yard. 1 Very Special Prices on Dressing Sacques Our entire stock of Dressing Sacques go into this sale. 75c values, Auniversary price 59c $1.00 values, Anniversary price........ 79c $1.50 values, Anniversary price $1.15 1.75 values. Anniversary price 1.25 ITT? ' Wtii f i-.ne.oomeff rats l lOinp&ny THE BARRE DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1908. Weather Prediction. Snow llurrinet in north and fair in south portion anil much colder to-night. Friday fair and colder: southwest winds. light west to TALK OF THE TOWN. Roller skating to-day. j Furs at cost at Vaughan'a. ' Tenemnt and barn to rent. A. . Catchelder. Ecal hot chocolate at the Red Cross pharmacy, 5c. "Laughing Gas," a barrel of fun at the Tbcatoriutn. ; - '..- ' Mileage books to rent. Place 4 rage, 11-12 Bolster block. SOUTH BARRE. i'l All . Children ; tmder. i the : a j4 M . .eiglit Tears who are interested in the S. B. J. S, -are ( be pivrri "ifrids Saturday, January 18.' wThov are to nicety at, the lome of lf r. CCwliftin' Dm-lMirra' at -i 4'cloekj where,iha team will start.- Affcor the ride, irfreshments will lie served Ht the home of Mrs. Durharm. Mra. ticorgo Allen will act as chaperone. TALK OF THE TOWN Saturday ends Abbott's clearance' sale. Roller skating sessions begin at two and seven. "Tho Modern Youth," at the opera house all this week. City Auction rooms open, every even ing this week. Private sale only. "The Talisman," a fantasy and idyll, the biggest hit ever scored at the Thea toriuiu. . - : - f ' ,; Th Cunard line lias reduced it pas senger rates a follows: Second class rate $35 to 42.50, third class $21.2.3 to $2.1.75. The same rate apply to the White Star line, NVB. Ballard & Co., Miles' granite block'. " J The Ifl'djf K'lio tcwJt-a hpoori frbratoqr JOcJablu AYttdiuday, n&ernnoiu-Jaji. 13. tiptwmi thr "tiottrv (it tW0 Mid'three, wasiitinrtly sivn in the 'net. To' avoid the matter being made public, she must call at once, own up and settle. C. X. Kenyon & Co.'s cash bargain store. THE THEATORIUM Batre's Family Theatre. FRGGRAM FOR WEDNESDAY. ARD THURSDAY Laughing Gas. The Need of Gold, and the beautiful colored legend ii One thousand feet of hand colored film...... SONG: ' "When the Fields are White with Daisies." ADMISSION 5 CENTS. 'ChllifreD Admitted Free When Accompanied by' Either Parent Afternoons Cnly The S tetson Shoo for r, .Ion Do' You Know a Better One? BARRE SHOE COMPANY TALK 0FJTHE TOWN. Did you procure one of those wrap pers at Vaughan's. "The Xcd of Gobi," now, to-day, for the last time at the Theatoihiin" Gordon Riddel, 70 Merchant street, for watch anil clock repairs; 20 year experience; old country watches a spec ialty. . Karle C. Cutler Iibh sold t)iroijrli the D. A. Perry Real K.-.tate ageiiey & house on Smith street to Frank Mo'randi and wife, Consideration, $1,322. The rank team of YhkiUa lodge Knights', of l'ythin, and memhei of the lodre to the minil.ier of thirty at tended the diiftri' t meeting heJ at Wa-terlmry-last venin. The local team, which was in charge of R. S. "Currier, worked the third rank upon (me candi date j At tin? conclusion of the meeting a banquet was served. " A. A. Smith & Brother's January sale is truly a leader when you can buy such well known lines as. the Elite 'shoes, Young Brothers' famous list aiid Ball Band rubber good at reduced price. You know that you are saving money. Below wo will quote a few of their bar gains: Elite $3.50. .4.00 and .$",.00 Mioes at $Z.m; Young Brothers $.1.00 hat at 2.2t; complete line $2.30 hat.-$1.05; lot $1.50 hats, f."c; felt and rubber re duced from 83.75 to &.98; lot S3.50 heavy rolled edge rubber with canvai tops. $2.47; lot $1.75 one-buckle rtibbers, Sl.-W; lot one-buckle ovcrWs, values up to $1.75, only ItSc; lot 85c rubers, 4'.)c; lot 1 .'25 ami SU.oO idiirK 10c; lot $3.00 sweater. $1.40; lot double-brent-tl wool underwear, sold everywhere for $1.2,1, only 80e: their complete line of winter pants at about one-third IT. See their advertisement on page 5. 100 LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION WANTED A pirl for general housework. In qntra at 59 West street. .ssste BOAEDEKS WAN'IKU TSSammei St. 24tL FOR SALE At r,il Merchant (street, 7-rontn house; lot 47 feet on Mfrclihnt mreer ami 8 rotts ticep. liujiUro of A. E. Batclmliler. ; aatf FOR RAI.K One pnir of Hght dor,li!e-ii iv !ns: harnesses, two atni:ta hariiesRns, one new Concord rubber-tired burpy, two slefahn; also two l)iiiUl!iiff lots at KilKewMKl. Apply to K. K. I-arenco, him street extension, liarro. It. F It. 2, box t'l Z'iM-j: BARRE OPERA HOUSE FOX Sc BATON, Lessee. J. it. HOBAN, liosiaent Mr. 6- -NIGHTS-6 SATDRDAT MATIKEB Gcmmencing Monday, Jan. 20, Annual Tour of JorelMuliffe For Out Door Water Tubs ! - and his liig Stock Company in a repertoire of High Class Com edies and Dramas. We have the best Water Heat. ers on the market, and the lowest. . . our price is C. W. AVERILL & CO., Telephone 439-3. v 81 North Main St., Darre, Vt MONDAY NIGHT Dens and Palaces. Change of play at , each performance'. 5Blg Specialties 5 including: Mr. McAuliffe in an entire new line of Parodies. Al XV. Wil son, the World's greatest Ventrilo quist, and Fred Martelle in the latest Illustrated Songs- Prices, 1 0c, 20c and 30c Seats at Kendrick's Saturday morning. Ladies' Tickets for Monday nijrht are 15c, if bought at Kendricks be fore 6.33 Limited to 300. TALK OF THE TOWN. Local Happenings Tersely Told for Busy 8cader. Roller (skating at Pavilion to-day. Skiis at Slipparxl' sporting goods stow, over Ih'own's. Twenty per cent, discount on all coon contn at Moore & Owens'. P. F. McAuliffe of Hurlinton was in the city to-day on business. M. II. lluglies left this noon on a busi ness trip to Springfield, Mass. MorrU Woods has moved from Park street to no. 4 M,t. Vernon place. Joseph Alnion of Xorthtield wns a busi ness visitor in the city to-duy. ' Gilbert L. Dwincll of Marshfield called on friends in the city yesterday. John Cardi leaves to-night for Red stone, X. 11., where lie will work. Only five days more to procure dis count on dress goods at Vaughan's. Mrs. James Daw went to Quincy, Mass., to-day, where she is to reside. A sweeping Balo at the N. "D. Phelps company's. 'J.m each while they last. The Ida Reed W. C. T. U. meets with Ms. Fred Iteckley on Park street, at 2:30, Friday afternoon. Bring your pictures to H. W. Hooker it Co.' to be framed. They do good work and their prices are right. Joseph Babaiola leaves to-night for Xew York,,, where ha will take passage for a two months' visit in Italy. Miss Margaret Donahue of Cranite viUe left this noon for Ormond beach, Florida, to work in a hotel there. That Red Cross fountain pen at a dollar each is certainly more than your money's worth. Red Cros pharmacy. Cordon P.iddell, 70 Merchant street, for watch mid clock repairs r 20 years' experience; old country watches a spec ialty. ' ' Mrs. Esther P.ucll, wtio has been visit ing at the home of George W. Kander of Summer street, returned, to her home in liui linjjton yesterday. , , , . . . . ,Mr. C. W. Parker of St. John, P. Q., nrrivini in tit! city this aftcrnoou for vipit at the home of; her sm)h, 'tivrmau Parker of HighUtud avenue. ' f . , , (!; .... , If ynu tMl jv ; dafxinC.'-do not .forjrt the hospital betiellt t1l, Thursday eteti ing of next week, January .twcnty-tlrird, Wooitmens hull, Holster block. WiHard McGinley of St. John, Xew Brunswick, arrived in the city last even ing and is viiting at the home of his parent. Mr. and .Mrs. William McGmrey of Forsyth place. fhf net local basket ball game will be played in th Crescent (ryninasimu next Saturday night, when Goddard line ..up against t lie strong Vermont academy quintette. Only two days now left that you can obtain a nmp wringer at the sale price, DSe, id tho tot-k U getting low. t)tiick or ym lose it. i X. Kenyou & Co's cash bargain store. If your eyes smart or fwl bad when you attempt to read in the evening, it means that they need attention. You can get the right kind of treatment at L. P. Austin's, the "watch and clock man. Among arrivals at the Northern hotel yeterdoy were Mrs. L. Xorthnip. North-field;- Mrs. A. i -Hititrn, Portland. Mc; John Gallagher. St. A!ui-- F. HUmnt, L'hilad.etphia;. John Uughcs, Xorthfielil; t'li.renee Wt,';,(;hel.-ea Mr. and Mrs. V. I'.rmvn, PtiistoL- R, J. O'XciL Xiid, low; P. J. Jjeahys.XortUlleld, ... , ,v Several state printing contracts have just been awarded by the commissioner, K. E, Langlcy , of jt;irn ' The Juttle company of Rutland will print the. grand li-t books and fehool registers fur l'.tos, Dean AV. Kdson of Montpelier the in ventories and the I'.nrlington Vred Press the National Guard regulations, new edi tion. -- CHELSEA. Miss Gertrude, Fdson of Randolph is in town, the guest of Misses Grace and Gertrude Paeon. Miss Jessie Davis went to Washing ton Wednesday, where she will bo the guest of her brother, Wesley Davis. Walter IT. Robinson of Mooeis, X. Y., is night fireman at the electric light station, taking the place of Mr. Arlme kle. After a suspension of about .three months, work at the bobbin shop was resumed this week under Gilmaa Pcavey as foreman. E. L. Rennie of Mooers, X. Y., who for several days has been overhauling and repairing the machinery at the elec tric light station, returned Tuesday to Xew York, expecting to return here in the near future. Dr. F. II. Godfrey returned Wednes day afternoon from Montpelier, where he had been during the week in attend ance upon a meeting of the state board of medical registration, of which be is president. Sirs. Godfrey accompanied him to Montpelier. The newly elcted officers of camp H. E. K. Hall, no. 28, were installed Wednes day evening by past captain Tucker of the Lieut. James L. Farnham camp of : Ttmbridge. After the installation light 5 refreshments were served, followed by a : h pleasant social hour. jo g Among those from out of town who were here on business Wednesday were A. If. Powers of Randolph; John L, Ba- 2 eon, White River - Junction; George S Knight, .Post Mills; "Tom". B. Garveyi13 Rurlington ; Charles- If. More, St. Johns- J j' bury; F. C, Whitman, Boston, Mass. Its mi TrwwnwintiiMi'iniiT wawinf. irmnm- i Inter looMsi k Children's Coats at Half PrkJ Furs, Winter Underwear, Sweaters, (Lting Flan nel Robes and Waists, Dressing Sacques, (liting Flaa els, Bath Robe Materials and Blankets at dst Pri, VEALE & KNIGH' Currier Building, New EnzJand Telephone. 1S3-8 Colon Telephone Line. . - North Main St iBarrc.Vt UNION CLOTHING COMPANY. ONION CLOTKJNC.loMPANV. . I i w Tho newly electel officers of court Chelsea, I. O. F., were installed at their hall Tuesday evening. Will J. Scott of Washington was tho installing officer. Messrs. Downing and Tumor, also of Washington, conducted tho floor work. After the installation light refreshments were served, followed by dancing until 2 o'clock a. m. Music was rendered by Henry Jenkins and wife of Washington, violin with piano accompaniment. The ladies of the Methodist church on the West bill held a sociable wiih Mr. and Mrs. Holton S.-Annis Wednesday evening. One of the pleasing features of the evening was the speaking of sev eral pieces by Walter, tho three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon E." Grant. There were about sixty present. Several from the villuga, were in attendance. Refreshment were served and a general good tinws was had, which resulted in art addition 6f $3.30 to' the treasury of the society. - - j 4 4 ivi liic au vvi uoLiiiv,iu w the Great Clearance Sale of the Union Clothing Company. . . GREAT SAVING DISCOUN T UNION CLOTH HMG STORE, EVERTTHEN3 MEN HKD EOYS WEifl Telephone 126-2. CW Skating Kick Building, 0pp. Depot Sq; UNI0NCTftTHIN7rC0MPANY. c a c z r o H St o Jk o r o 0 : t UNION CLOTHING COMPj "Arcadia Elopement," and "The Book Agent" are some of the many pictures to be seen at the opera house this week. NORWICH MAN MARRIED. H, Kibbe Brooks to Mary Alice Reed at Bellows Falls. Bellows. Falls, Jan. 10. Only the im mediate relatives of the bride and groom witnessed the wedding of Miss Mary Alice Heed, daughter of the late Judge I. avant AL Uead and Mrs. Head, to 11. Kibbe Brooks of St. Albans at the homo of the bride's mother, at 7:30 o'clock hist evening. The Kev. 1). L. Sanford, rector of Immaculate l.liureh -officiated. A wedding reception was held at eignt o'clock which was attended by a large and fashionable gathering. The bride and groom received amid a clump of evetgiecn trees and boughs in the parlor. The usher were F. K. Head of llolyoke, Mass., a cousin of the bride, Louis J. li'obertson, lniis 11. Wiilnon, and Wil liam B. Barker, Mr. and Mr. Brooks left hit evening for a biief wedding trip after which they will be at. home in Kt. Albans. The bride has always lived in Bellows Falls and has been .prominent socially and in the work of lmimuiuel Church. .she was graduated from Smith college, Xorth ampton, Mas-., in t!H(). 1 au groom was h eated here several years ago as chem ist for the Casein company., lie was giaduatej from Norwich university in Ji-Oit, since leaving brllows Fails he has lieen located at M. Albans here be is intere-ted i:i M-ieutilie farming and is captain of Co. II, Vermont National Guard. i .BERLIN. ' ! '.' ' , George Terrin is quite sick with asth ma'.' - i i. - The grangd is going to work the. third and fourth degrees Friday evening. Mr, Ilobson and wife and baby are visiting at the home of Hiram Per kins. Arthur Ilewett and Sabin Tike ap praised the real estate of the late George Pratt Tuesday. , Mrs. Adams and Miss Perrin, daugh.' ters of Newton Perrin, have returned to Grand llapids, Mich., their home. The Lcnd-a-hand met with Mrs. Don ald Fraser on Wednesday for its annual meeting. All report a fine meeting. William Turner is cutting iee on Mir ror lake, lie reports the i- only about eight inches, thick, but of the best qual-1 ity. The installation of Rev. Donald Fraser was well attended considering the ex treme cold weather. About ten min isters from away attended. ' I The old-fashioned social at George. 5a lina's wai enjoyed5 by SU vrr IriO people attended, all going home with the idea that their; lies'! wild hostess were just the kind of people- that we want to stav with us. SARGErr Cbopi ererthing a womw want cbcppwl, docs It traaly, iiouunK to grt out of order, mj to k"p clean. quii'My cha(rl from coarse to flno, metal every day The N. D. Phelps Company BARRE A Woman's Bank Bosk hound hook giv en with thi'ti chopper, con tains over 2t0 "JCJ GEM FOOD U CHOPPER DOUBLE FUNERAL HELD Of Aged Couple Who Died Within Few ; ' Hours of Each Other. Rutland, Jan. 10. The double funeral was held at Trinity Kpiscopal church yesterday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pennington, aged 79 and 80 years, repeetively, who died Sunday, tne former hero and the latter at Al bany, X. V., within ten hours of each other. The officiating clergyman was the I'ev. Joseph Keynolds, rector of the church. Members of the (Kid Fellows fraternity, of which the husband was a member many years, were bearers for him, and old friends of the' family tore the. casket of Mrs. Pennington. 1 money yti mp- m f ply her latife 5 I UK Of M 1 f JS X ,..-WtrMlilL,i.lWW.i11irrpt-llf'J aAiaWwteA'i4 J I , HI K Demand our 83 OO an. $3.50 Shoes. The most par ticular dressers call for them again and again. Is this not sufficient evidence of the popular favor with which they are regarded?' If you have never tried them do so now We feel confident we can please you in style, fit, finish and dura--bility. I PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE C, S. ANPREW.Prpp., Vermont NYAL'S PEPTONATED EP, IRON :A Pi 1 1 An efficient combination in which are united the nutriment of Beef, the tonic powers oi Iron and the stimulating properties of Wine. A good Winter tonic, one that you can depend upon. 50c a bottle. C. H. KENDRICK & CO., 54 North Main Street. - DRUGGISTS. Praiileboro's rct room has m-ire than met. the expectations of its projectors during the three inait!:s that it has been open. Ihirii: the ten days be fore hri-tmas, 'Mm pwrstms called ftn-1 many others ne;:!e4'!ed t ) reiter. Pe ceiots fii'ir. all wuirces Amounted to $i:t;;.S7 and eiendiiures to $133.41. Means Money in Your Pocket. Not only should your present needs be considered, but it would be advisable to anticipate your future wants. Everything in the house marked down to prices that will induce extra purchases. Nothing ex empt, nothing excepted. Men's and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Clothinn arc two items to be considered NOW. Large price concessions on these lines. A !;C A TO? Leaders of Low Prices in Barre. Corner of Main and Pearl Streets. (Our Own Block) Barre. Vermont. lover Meal, Alfalf tal Grit, Bone Meal, Meat Meal, kiln dried, Unhulled Rice, Sunflower Seed, Condition Powders for Hens, Pigeon Gri i , uiicu anu WVI i'l. a I Vll tl III li J S I W oatus, ant ana , r e a T , ... I JfAillliJ WI 1 1 LI JLr 'a, JLJJL.m. n i i. t i ,-. .. . i' ' ground, iviica Crys- r" - j iea vnais Lumps, also v nite Lnallc Cakes ana Crayons, Lump honx, strictly pure; Copperas, Chloride of Lime, l -pound ttns, Dead Stuck, Rosin, Asaphakum Gum, Logwood Extract. 1 ca In w- m at w d L, M. AVERILLS CLOSING OUT SALE, 7TD any quantity. !2c,pound iot3 !ess thcan t dircc ONE FLIGHT, AVERILL BUILDING.