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THE mmc DAILY ix JBirOliS, YT , TTTrDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1912.
Neckwear- Coat Sets - Ruffling - Baching . We are ready to show you a handsome and up to-dale line of the above. Coat Sets in the new Ratine. Lace Sets embroidered and Pique Sets. Ruffling Ask to see the latest in Ruffling for the neck and cuffs. Waists We have just opened up a new lot of Waists that look pretty good. Let us show you these. Use a Standard Pattern. They are up to date. They also fit. PERRY . CAMP. Telephone 258-W. 75 Main Street, Barre, Vermont. .63 -rp f". '' i r i r --nisi MS? Outdoor Comfort for Self and Friends Why not get the maximum of outdoor comfort this Bummer at the minimum of cost! Life will be cheerier with the brightness of two or three pieces of porch furniture, a "Crex" rug, or a hammock perhaps. A shade for the porch will give greater zest to living during the hot days to come. You'll be surprised at the many happy suggestions here for "outdoor comfort." Drop in and look them over glad to have you "browse about" and take your own time doing it. Porch Screens Does your porch need a screen or a set of them! We have them in natural or green color. Prices 6x8, $1.25; 8x8, $1.75. We have also an imported screen made in Germany that we would like to show you. Porch Rugs Of course you must have a rug or two to make your porch as com fortable as possible. Our line will surely please you when you come to make vour selection. W have just received a large line of "Crex" and Fibre Rugs in all sizes. Hammocks And how about a Hammock f We can supply you with one of the best Couch Hammocks in the city for $10.00. B. W. Hooker & Go. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers Flower Bed Guard Protect Your Flowers From Dogs and Gats This fence is made especially for this purpose and will also help to beautify your Jawn; made in two weights, 16 and 22 inches. We also carry Ribbon Fence 2 inches wide for putting around lawns. Come in and let us show it to yu. THE N.D.PHELPS CO. Telephone 29, Barre, Vermont. MONTPELIER. James S. Carrigan, a native of Mont pelier, committed suicide in Bangor. Me., . a few days ago, while temporarily in sane. For a number of years he lived with his mother and sisters in North field, and lately had been an engineer on the Bangor & Aroostock railroad. Only last April he married Annie Bossie and left a letter for her in which he begged her forgiveness for the act he was about to commit. He is survived by his wife and three sisters, Helen of Long Beach, Cal., Mrs. Julia Clerks of Vancouver and Mrs. Thomas Cannon of Northfield; also three brothers, John of New London, Conn., William of White River Junction and Frank of Moretown. It is said Mr Carrigan realized his con dition and feared being taken to an asylum. BE PATRIOTIC Display "Old Glory" This is just what every one should do on Decoration Day. Dis play some kind of a flag from every home, public building, school house, office and all buildings. If we are true to our country and those who fought for it, we should do it. We carry all kinds of flags for all purposes, from the smallest to the largest, at prices in reach of all. All-wool sewed bunting flags in sizes, 2x3, 3x5, 4x6, 5x9, 8x12, the new regulation size, 4x5 12. Other grades of bunting, muslin and cotton flags, mouted on staffs, in all sizes from 2x3 in. to 40x72. We are headquarters for flags come to us. Our prices are right and our goods are dependable. .- . TALK OF THE TOWN New waists at Fitts'. Parasols for all at Fitts". See Abbott's corset specials. Fifty-cent silk gloves with warranted finger-tips, at Abbott's. A large line of house dresses and wrap pers just in at Perry's. Special prices on ladies' house dresses, roris Shirtwaist House. Buy your silk gloves, short or long, at 50c, 75c, !8c per pair, at Vaughan's. The ''Mother's Friend" blouses for chil dren for sale only by the MeWhorter Co. All stores will be open until 'J o'clock this evening and closed all day to-morrow. Buy your parasols to-day. You want them Decoration day. See them at The Yaughan Store. The children of the Presbyterian church Sunday school will meet for re hearsal Friday night at fi o'clock. Be sure and see "Fudge id the Bur glar," which is to be given at the Pres byterian church Friday evening. Don't miss it. At City Auction Rooms for the nexi ten days we are closing out a large con signment of art squares and rugs. See ad. elsewhere. There will be a rehearsal of the chil dren's day concert at the Bedding M. E. church Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Will the parents please see that the children attend! Don't forget your beans and brown bread on Saturday. Hot rolls and pus-, try a specialty. Picnic supplies filled to' order. Orders delivered if desired. Mrs. Holt's Home Bakery. 'Phone 3fW-M. Ill South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Summers and daughter, Agnes, who have been visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Summers of Elm street extension for the past few days, returned to their home at Waterbury yesterday. The Spaulding high school freshman class baseball team will line up against the Waterbury high school team at the trotting park 'Saturday afternoon. The first game, which was played at Water bury, resulted in a victory for the Wa terbury team. Notice! Pete M. Pepatie, 112 North Main street, Bolster block, down stairs, is doing his usual first-class shoe and rubber repairing in all branches and with improved machinery and two workmen, he can do repairing while you wait, if wanted. Notice in his window the shoes 52 years old, made before the war of the" rebellion, also other relics. Look for his sign and the silver boot when you want your shoes repaired. At the Rangers field last night, the Italian Independent club was over whelmed in a one-sided teseball game by the Williamstown club of the Sunset league. The score was 18 to 2. Th batteries were as follows: McAllister and Lazelle, Williamstown; Tomasi and Lavini for the I. I. C. The features of the game were 'the hitting of Carswolt and the fielding of Warren, ( arswell connected for a homer and Warren pulled down several difficult flies. i 1 1 people need more coal, clothes and doctors than the strong, robust and hearty. Scott's Emulsion saves coal bills, tailors bills and doctors bills. all ORuoaimrm 1M3 1 . X I CORRECT Mil C. N. KENYON & CO.'S CASrf BARGAIN STORE, 185-117 North Main Street TeL (346-M) Barre Vt. iTHUlDAYj May 30th j j Being a holiday our win- f idow will not be dedicated jto Fish, but here is the list j land prices and you can j j phone or send in your or-1 jder until closing timej I Wednesday night. j I Maine Salmon, finest of all fish, S per pound 35c I t Halibut Steaks, per pound 20c to- .25c Mackerel, each 40c to 50c ! .Blue Fish, per pound 20c J Flounders, per pound 10c j I Haddock and Cod. . 10c and 12c j jshad.... - ...40c j Eels, dressed.. 18c j For Wednesday even-! jing we shall have all ! this lupply of Fish, also ! ! plenty of Fresh Boiled j j Lobster, dressed any style jyou wish, so don't go hun- t i gry Decoration Day. Big supply of Berries, Vegeta- jbles, Fruits and hosts of j other good things to eat at j i SMITH & CUMINGS i I GOOD THINGS TO EAT I i.-.. ............ -.-.J A. P. ABBOTT & CO. i A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT k CO Are You Ready for Decoration Only two days more to our next holiday and there are many I little things you will want before that time or for that day. We I are making every effort possible to have our stock replete with t everything you may want. We have some good things in thin Wash Dresses, white pique, repp, musnn, crasn, neavy mien, ratteen.. These are skirts that are made by Nevy England nennle and are oractical skirt people, and if we have not got your size we can get you any size you want. We have a lot of odd Suits in all colors and a few blacks that we will sell at prices to clean them up at once. See our special value in a messaline Petticoat, all colors, at only $o.5U each. 4 - Ladies' Lingerie Waists These few warm days make the de- mand for thin, cool Waists the gTeat- et of the season. Wa had to put in two rutdi orders within the last week X in order to have the things wanted T before the holiday. We just received by express two lots of these popular Waists, that we know will please you. At 69e we are putting on sale one lots of Waists that are an unusually good values. These are a lot of odd Waists that are a little mussed, and T one lot of five different styles that J are new. Are ft regular f 1.00 value. 1 At 69c each are a lot of odd f Waists in valiH from $1.00 to $1.50. T Are Waists that have got a little X mussed or where there are only one T or two left. These are Waists we are selling at less than one-half price to clcn up stock. We have a few good Laundered t Waists in white that we are closing 2 out at one-half prico Ladies' Thin Waists We have just received by express two lots of Waists that are entirely new and a little different. At $1.00 nre two different styles in a fine Muslin Waist fiiiinhcd square neck and lace yoke, sleeve, finished with lace. At $2.00 each are three very de sirable numbers in a tine Muslin Waict, finished with inset luce front and back, lias a very neat lace-finished neck and sleeve. At $2 00 we have one of the best values in a fine Marquisette Waist, finished with laco and a dainty em broidery. At $2 25 is another very neat Marquisette Waist. Is finished square lace yoke, with a fine, hand-embroidered front. At $2 SO are two other very desir able patterns in a Waist that is en tirely new, and they are new in every way and are sure to interest all who want a good Waist at a medium price. Ask to see the Waldorf Waist. Memorial Day Specials No lady can feel as though she was wearing a new Dress or Waist over an old Corset. Have you become fa miliar enough with K. & G. Corsets to know that they are steam moulded and have a fit that others do not have? These come in the new models to sell for the popular price, $100. Hosiery Take a pair of Black Cat Hose in the thin, sheer weight, with a shaped leg and n foot without any seam on the bottom. The price is 2."c more than asked for other kinds. This is the Black Cat Comfit Hose, that we are talking so much about. Munsing Underwear for the warmer days has a shape where the shape belongs. It fits without a pucker. It becomes a part of your body, so nice does it feel. We have sold so far more than the usual amount of Children's Hats. The trade say that they are all right and low priced. New lot of Ladies' Coat Sets and Neckwear for Memorial day wear. Memorial Day Specials Many new things arc always want ed for this holiday's use, such as Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves, Neokwsar, Wniste, Corsets. Hosiery, Underwear, and Hat for children. Our spec:al ."100 Kibbon in all colors in wide widths for hat and misses' hair ribbons at 19c is as good as you will find at 25c. These are very heavv and have body enough to stay tied and hold their shape in a good, large bow. ' Memorial day is always a great day for new Parasols. Our line is new and different from others; not expen sive. The best values that w hava ever sold. You may find poorer Gloves at a less price, but never better Gloves at our price. We are selling a beautiful quality Silk Glove in white, black and colors at 50c tier pair, with patent finger tips. We have the longer lengths at a little more in price. Children's Gloves at 25c in white and colors. : : : t t x t t i I Closed all day Memorial Day. Open the evening before. Ask to sec our special sale of I 12 l-2c Handkerchiefs. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN Comfit Bkck Cat hosiery at Abbott's. See the neckwear at Perry ' store; also deep ruchings. Buy your thin hose, silk or gauze, 25c, 30c, 50c. per pair, at Vaughan's. Kegular meeting of Barre lodge, No. 138, N. E. 0. P., to-night at 8 o'clock. Dancing from 8 to 1, Howland hall, Wednesday evening. Music by Riley's or chestra. (Vnts 75 cents, ladies free. Frank Ferrari, Angelo Rusinelli and X. Bai left this afternoon for Highgnte Springs, where they will spend the rest of the week. Irving L. Potter of Boston, a former instructor in elocution at Goddard sem inary, is passing a few days with friends in the citv. Miss Blanche Cooley of Wellington street left this afternoon for Middlesex, where she will remain for several days at the home of her parents. Paglieria: II piu riceo assortimento in Cappelli di Paglia o' di Panama che sia in Barre e vicinanza. Miglior qualita; Prc2zi nWici; II grande negozio di Abiti, Frank MeWhorter Co., Barre, Vt. The ladies of the Plainficld club will meet with Mrs. V. G. Persons in South Barre Friday afternoon. A train lead ing the citv'at five minutes of one may be taken if the members so desire. Auto-Crest is the nam given to the tract of land opposite Jones Bros.' plant, which the D. A. Terry Real Estate agency are to sell Decoration day, May 30th, in the afternoon, and on Saturday afternoon, June 1. Seasonable offerings at the Vermont Fruit Store include Mrs. Jackson's na tive asparagus, fresh bananas, cucum bers, delicious cherries and all other fruits. Our special sale on ice cream enables you to take home a pint for Me morial day, your choice of four flavors, for 15e, or a quart for 25c. Ice cream sodas at 5c, the best to be found in the city. Henry Bond of Brattleboro, a prom inent Baptist layman, who was one of ..nnl;nant ficrnrp. in thn state Bs:- tist convention which met in Barre last September, was elected president oi me Bnntist convention at its in- nual meeting in Des Moines, la. Rev. - ,i l 1 U . . ..V. O. H. Jiolt, pastor 01 tne iocai cmirm, weeks' vacation In Kansas and other western states, is in attendance at tne convention. GRANITEVILLE. Birthday Party Gin at Mange in Hon or of Miss Queenle Macarthur. Miss Queenie Macarthur of the manse, Oraniteville, was at home to her young friends on the evening of the 24th of May, her birthday. Rev. and Mrs. Mac arthur and Miss Queenie received the guests in the drawing room, assisted by the Misees Laura and Edna Suitor. After nil the young people had ar rived. Miss Maggie McRae sang very sweetly a few appropriate verses coin nnaa,t Vnr the occasion and Brood wishes to the Mav queen, after which the Misses '. . . ... 1 11 jL t- i 1 .. Jeannie .Mitcneii ana num rannius placed a pretty crown of pink rosebuds on her head and led her to the dining room, which was tastefully decorated with apple blossoms. After pinning a small birthday favor of pink carnations on each guest, Miss Queenie cut the birthday cake, amidst much merriment, and it contained a button, a ring and a piece of money, each guet saying she or he hoped to get the button. The guests then went back to the drawing room, where Miss Maggie Mc Rae, in the name of the tiranito villa friends, presented Queenie a beautiful gold necklet, with pendant set with pearls and turquoise. Besides this, she received other presents from her father, mother, sister and either friends. AH then joined merrily 5n games and music until 10:30, when light refreshment of ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. 5tacarthur was assisted by several of the girls and boys after which the guet. left, saying they had bad a "datdy" time. TALK OF THE TOWN Miss Stella Carey of Worcester was among the out of town visitors yester dav. toilet Shop, rooms 9 and 12 turner building. Mrs. Ruth Austin, prop. Tel. 18-M. , - Holiday neckwear, glove and hosiery. Henry W. Knight, successor to Vcale & Knight. Theodore Lawson of Toronto, Ont., was among the business visitors in the citv yesterday. ft is a satisfaction to know that our beautiful lino of laces is appreciated. Perry's store. Joseph Ouidotti of Blackwell street went this noon to Northlleld, where he will be employed. Walter Hotchkisa of (ireensboro was among the business visitors in the city vesterdav and to-day. r Albert" D. Vincent of Whitehall, N. ., arrived in the city this forenoon for a few (lavs' business visit. Miss "Alice Sullivan of Summer street left to-day for her homo in Ilardwick to remain with relatives for a few days. Mrs. Mary Farrell of Church street returned home last night, after passing several days with relatives in Bellows Falls. A daughter was lrn Monday to Mr. AlWf Kprtrand. who reside in , the J. B. Sanguinetti building on North Main street. . Miss Bina Bracken of Rutland arrived in the city to-dav for a few days' visit as the guest of Miss Nellie Sadlier of Church street. Miss Ermina Leland of Rouses Point, N. Y arrived in the city this forenoon for a few days' visit with relatives on Summer street. Scotch dance in the Woodmen hall Wednesday evening, May 29, from 8 p. m. to 2 a. m. $1.00 per couple. Ex tra ladies free. Refreshments. Imperial orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mann of Wel lington street returned home yesterday, after passing a few days at the home of the former's cousin, Erastus Mann, in Craftsbury. -Let nothing keep you away from Auto Crest on Decoration day. Come early free ride on electrio cars, if you take the cars leaving Barre at 1:15, 1:45, or 2:15 o'clock. Mrs. W. L. Fifield. who has been pass ing a few days in the city as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Willey of Maple Grove street, returned yesterday to her home in Northfield. Mrs. Frank Robinson and Miss Edith Lamprone, who have been passing sev eral davs in the city as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Suitor of Washington street, returned to day to Concord, N. H. Paul W. Waterman, who attends the university of Vermont in Burlington, ar rived in the city this afternoon to pass Memorial day at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Waterman, of Washington street. WEBSTERVILLE. FORMER BARRE MAN. There will be a bos social in the ves try of the Websterville Baptist church Friday, May 31. Everybody is cordial ly invited to attend. -.T.,-y INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIA m YZ GAS.HEART BURN, I iii'itijilMir- STOMACH-RITE GETA 50 BOX TODAY (X wtasrwamar) AT I AND CONSTIPATION The Red Cross Pharmacy. Natt H. Boodey Died at Nw Durham, N. H, of Tuberculosis. Natt Ham Boodev passed away Sun day at the home of his brother, Horace P. "Boodey, in New Durham. N. II., aft er a painful and lingering illness of tu liert m'oi is, the end being hastened by a severe attack of neuritis. He was the youngest ot six children of S. Harrison "Boodey and Tamsia L. (Hum) Boodey, and was born Oct. Ca, lfitfO, within a mile of where he died. H was well known in Barre, having learned the stonecutters' trade and worked here for more than twenty years. For the last seven years he was em ployed by George E. Bond & Co. He was a member of the stonecutters' union and had no use for any kind of goods that were not union made. He was a good judge of horses and had owned several fast ones. He was very fond of hunting and was a fine marksman. Gonial, he made many friends, always enjoyed a good joke, was tempi-rate and industrious and what he did was always done well. The fall of 1010 he contracted a severe cold on bis lungs, which soon developed into tuberculosis and a few week lat er he went to the sanatorium at Pitts ford, taking the out-of-doors treatment, but received no permanent help and March 24, 1911, went to the home of his brother, where he passed away May 27, 1912, aged 51 years, seven monMis and two days. Beside the brother named, he is sur vived by two sisters, Mrs. Henry Kurd of Milton, N. H., and Miss C. Belle Boodey of Maiden, Mass., and numer ous other relatives, who mourn his loss. All that tender care could do to relievo his Buttering was done by the fau-ily, assisted for the last two months by Iks sister, Belle. The funeral was held from the house to-day, with interment in Pine Grove cemetery at Farmington, N. H. New ideas in hand bags at Abbott's. SOUTH CABOT. F. G. Lamberton was in Montpelier last Friday on business. Mrs. Raymond Lamberton's brother, Philip, from Lynn, Mass., has been vis iting her the past week. William Dutton started Monday fo Plum island to work for the summer. School has been closed for the past four days, owing to the illness of tha teacher. W. C. Hall and family of MarshfloM were at W. O. Southwiek's the first c the week. Afr. and Mrs. Charles Houghton wer in Barre Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Read and Fred Houghton were home from Barre ove! Sunday. , Come in to the art square and rug sale and see what we have for you. City Auction Rooms. FOR BABY'S SAKE USE matofif .Mi n i in .mil i &-.! JnBTOiiailBlMF"- Then his skin will be free from itching, chafing, scalding, rashes, and all soreness. The original and best baby powder. For twenty years Comfort Powder has been considered the standard of perfection by thousands of New England physicians, nurses and mothers who use no other. " p Look f r the nam E S. SYKES en vary bos. Mob caaulna wkbvt iu GOOD VALUEjS Best Dairy Butter, per pound - 30c Five per cent off makes this cost you 29a with three per cent rebato check for cash Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen - 23c Actually cost you less than 22e, if you take advantage of the discounts Eighteen pounds Sugar, extra fine granulated $1.00 Actually costs you 92c with discounts Two-pound cans Veribest Corn Beef - 30c One-pound cans Veribest Corn Beef - - 18c Two-pound cans Veribest Roast Beef - 30c One-pound cans Veribest Roast Beef - - 18c Vienna Sausage, per can ----- 10c Devilled Ham, per can - 5c and 10c Potted Beef for sandwiches - - - - 10c Ham and Veal Loaf, per can - - - - 15c Chicken Loaf, per can ----- 25c Pressed Ham, Minced Ham, Home-made Pressed Corn Beef, Boiled Ham and Dried Beef. Our Cream Bread makes the best sandwich, for it has real value. Remember that we arc open Wednesday Evening and closed all day Thursday F. D. LADD COMPANY