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TIIK HAKHK DAILY TIMKS. HAHKK. VT.. SATUllDAV. DHCKMISKK 21. 1012.
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Seasonable Gifts
IN
Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds,
Silverware and Cut Glass, Ster
ling Silver and Novelties, Py
rography Outfits and Supplies,
Post Cards, Christmas Letters,
Gift Cards, Tags and Seals,
Christmas and New Year Post
Cards, from 1 to 10 cents.
0 nnnnF The Jeweler
Plain Engraving Free of Charge.
200 Nrth Main Street
NOT QUITE
SO KINDLY
Will Be the Tolicv of the
United States in Relation
to Mexico
CHANGE IN
OUR POSITION
Conditions in the Sister Tie
public Have Forced an
Altered Attitude
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as you want it, and in that way you set
All of The Rich Flavor
strength and rich arnmn f
A j BRAND :,
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BRAND COFFEES itie Finest Produced Always
Fresh Always the Same
GET PREPARED FOR CHRISTMAS
Don't forget to order your Turkey, Goose, Duck or Chick
en early. Orders have begun to arrive, and the first ones
in will get first choice of the fat yellow ones. We shall offer
for sale only fresh-killed Vermont Poultry, and prices will
be right. '
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ORANGES
. We shall nave a large as
sortment to choose from. -We
bought ours before the price
advanced. Prices range from
20 for 25c to 25c, 35c and 38c
per dozen.
GRAPEFRUIT
Are elegant eating. The large
64-count are 3 for 25c, or 1-2
box for $2.20.
MALAGA GRAPES
We have some fancy large
clusters, 20c lb., and lighter
weight at 2 lbs. for 25c
LAYER RAISINS
For the Christmas dinner ta
ble, 25c a cluster.
"Red Ribbon" Brand Rais
ins, 3 boxes 25c. New and
clean.
RICHELIEU SALAD
DRESSING
Ready for immediate use
and no trouble to serve. 25c.
RICHELIEU PLUM
PUDDING
Ask anyone that ever tried
it. They will say it is better
than mother used to make.
DATES
Packages, 10c each.
Absolutely clean Bulk Dates
at 3 lbs. for 25c.
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CURRANTS
Two boxes for 25c.
CHEESE
Twenty varieties, from the
5-year-old Cream to the 5c
Neufchatel.
LETTUCE
10c Large Boston style.
FIGS
Are nice thi3 year. We have
some large umbrella Figs, at
20c a box.
POP CORN
That i3 guaranteed to pop or
your money back. Only 6c lb.
Brand,
Large,
RICE
10c lb. Richelieu
comes in cotton sacks,
unpolished Head Rice.
CRANBERRIES
Three quarts for 25c.
ORANGE. LEMON AND
CITRON PEEL
New stock, 25c lb.
MIXED NUTS
All kinds, new, 2 lbs. 25c.
WALNUTS
20c and 22c lb. "
Castanas, 15c lb.
Almonds, 20c and 25c.
Pecans and Filberts, 15c.
FRUITCAKE
Citron, Nut, Oriental, Glace,
Marble, Heavy Dark and
Light, per pound 20c.
Washington. Dec. 21. The determina
tion of the administration to adopt A
tiller policy toward Mexico, a diselos-d
in the announcement lust night of the
purpose to make fresh representation
to that government regarding the con
tinuance of the rebellion, i directly at
tributable to the recent return to Wash
ington of aevera! persona thoroughly
cognizant of the alleged evil conditions
existing south of the- border.
First was Henry Lane Wilson, thj
American ambassador to Mexico, who
has been in close touch with evc-ry one
01 the, American consular oinccrs in tni
disturbed district and who is also per
sonallv aware of the attitude of the
Mexican government toward the targe
number of American claims presented u
a result of the depredations louiuiiU'J
by rebels.
Then there have come forward the
three members of a self constituted com
mittee of Americans, representing . th
large plantation and mining interest
in northern Mexico.
From Various Sources.
Jrora personal knowledge, ttiey were
able to inform the state department of
the various practices employed by tne
rebel leaders to extort money from
American managers and foremen and
of the comparative indifference of the
Mexican government officials to the
numerous appeals of the American 'n
terests for protection from the raiders.
Lastly, there have come the members
of the senate sub-committee on foreign
relations fresh from an investigation
at first hand of border conditions from
California to Texas. The combination
of all these representations has made a
profound impression upon the adminis
tration,
A Stronger Policy.
It has been concluded that stronger
representations than have heretofor
been made must be directed to the Mex
ican government, if conditions are to be
cured. In the ordinary course, these will
be communicated through Ambassador
Wilson, who left Washington yesterdi'y
morning for New York, whence he wiil
sail next Thursday for his post bv wav
of Vera Our. The fact that the ambas
sador is returning in a leisurely fahinn
may be indicative of the purpose of t'ie
administration to avoid undue haste or
excitement in developing this stronger
policy toward Mexico.
Perhaps More Impartial Attitude.
It has been reported to the state de
partment that the strict enforcement
of the neutrality laws is, in fact, re
sulting in the maintenance of an atti
tude anything but neutral on the part
of the United States and that the Ma
dero government is benefitting unduly
by the exclusion of arms from the rebels,
while itself receiving quantities of mil
itary supplies, and the United States
government is now contemplating some
amendment of the practice in that re
spect so as to make its attitude more
impartial as between the combatant.
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THE STORE OF BARGAINS
255 North Main Street A. Tomasi Block Barre, Vermont.
Arc having a Big Clearance Clothing Sale which commenced Friday, December 20. Come early when
ihe counters are full because this Sale will not last very long. Come in and see the great bargains offered
MEN'S SUITS
Men's $22.50 Suits at .... . $16.25
Men's $20.00 Suits at . ; . .' 14.50
Men's $18.00 Suits at ......... 13.25
Men's $16.50 Suits at 11.50
Men's $15.00 Suits at 10.75
Men's $12.00 Suits at '. 9.25
Men's $10.00 Suits at 7.25
Men's .$8.00 Suits at 5.50
BOY'S SUITS
! Bovs' $6.50 Suits at $1.19
; Boys' $5.25 Suits at 3.89
Boys' $4.00 Suits at 2.50
Boys' $3.00 Suits at 2.29
Boys' $2.50 Suits at 1.90
Boys' $1.50 Suits at 1.19
LADIES' SUITS
Ladies' $22.00 Suits at $14.49
Ladies' $20.00 Suits at 13.49
Ladies' $18.00 Suits at 12.49
Ladies' $15.00 Suits at 11.49
Ladies' $12.00 Suits at . . :. 9.49
Big bargains on Ladies' Suits. Come and
take your pick from twenty good Suits we sold
13.00 to $20.00. We sell them now for
$7.50.
MEN'S OVERCOATS
Men's $28.00 Overcoats, fur-lined collar,
at
..$20.98
f? Men's $22.00 Overcoats, fur-lined collar,
I at 15.98
Men's $18.00 Overcoats, fur-lined collar,
J at 13.98
3 Men's $15.00 Overcoats,. military collar,
at 11.89
! Men's $13.50 Overcoats, military collar,
jh at ...... 9.98
If Men's $12.00 Overcoats, military collar,
: at 8.98
Men's $9.00 Overcoats, military collar,
at 6.9S
MEN'S PANTS
Mens' $4.00 Pants now . . $3.19
Men's $3.50 Pants now ; 2.89
Men's $3.00 Pants now 2.19
Men's $2.50 Pants now 1.89
Men's $2.00 Pants now 1.49
Men's $1.50 Pants now 1.19
Men's $1.00 Pants now 89
SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN. AND
CHILDREN
$5.00 Shoes now at $3.75
$4.00 Shoes now at 3.25
$3.25 and $3.50 Shoes now at 2.69
$2.25 and $2.50 Shoes now at .1.89
Boys' $2.25 and $2.50 Shoes now at .... $1.85
Boys' $1.75 Shoes now at 1.40
Bovs' $1.65 Shoes now at 1.30 '
Boys' $2.00 Shoes now at ........... . 1.60 jj
Boys' $1.25 Shoes now at 1.09 fg
Boys' $1.10 Shoes now at 9u
Boys' 85c Shoes now at 60
Boys' 50c Shoes now at .39
Women's $3.50 Shoes now at $2.80
Women's $2.50 Shoes now at .... 1.95
Woman's $1.65 Shoes now at . .... 1.40
MEN'S WOOLEN AND FLEECE
LINED UNDERWEAR
Men's $2.50 Woolen and Fleece-Lined Un
derwear now at $1.89
Men's $1.75 Red Wool Underwear now
at -... . 1.39
Men's $1.75 Eagle Brand Brown Wool
Underwear at 1.39
Men's $1.50 White or Gray Wool Under
wear at
Men's $1.25 White or Gray Wool Under
wear at
Men's $1.00 White or Gray Wool Under
wear at .
50c Fleece-lined Double and Single-
Breasted Underwear at
Boys' 25c Underwear at
1.19
1.09
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Barre, Vt. 1
FOUR DAYS TO
CHRISTMAS
GOMPERS HAS LONG
TALK WITH WILSON
Leaves Behind Hia Recommendations for
Labor Legislation Governor
Listened With Inter it.
commission, no word has been received
by Jhe attorney general, who says he
will now look to the members of the
commission to restore the amount to
the state treasury. .
Greatest Western Coal State.
Colorado leads all western states
the production of coal, according to
the United States Geological survey, and
in 1011 was second only to California
in the production of gold. Colorado is
also the leading western state in the
manufacture of pig Iron and of eokeand
is the leading state in the production
cf tungsten ores and vanadium miner
als. The total value of all the miner-
at products of the state in 1011 was $31,-
058,230. The following statement show
the values of the principal mineral
products in 1911:
(ioid....;. $i9,i3j,fttio
Coal 14.474.7H4
Zinc 4.814..V12
Silver ... 3.05S.8IHI
Lead.'... 2,755,890
Sunshine Biscuit Co.'s 2-lb. Fruit Cake Comes in an
air-tight tin box, each ... $1.00
Try our Butter and Fruit Bread.
Beef Sausage, per lb 10c
Western Fresh Eggs, per dozen 28c
I SMITH & CUMINGS
Good Things to Eat
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F-O-U-R Count 'em
Then Count Out Your Change
Quick For the Rest cf Your
Christmas Purchases.
Santa Claus' Headquarters
For Ladies' Silk Dresses, Silk Waists, Linen, Voille,
Chiffon, French Flannel, Poplins, Lingerie Waists
in 50 different styles to select from, all marked at a
special price for Christmas shoppers we have a dis
play of 1913 styles which will appeal to you. Extra
value in silk petticoats until Christmas; big line of
one piece house and afternoon dresses. New ship
ment of wrappers.
Trenton, X. J., Dec. 21. With arm
fuls of papers and documents. Samu'l
Oomners. and Frank Morrison, presi
dent and secretary respectively of the
American Federation of l.aor, 'called on I
President-Elect Wilson yesterday. Me-1
fore entering the governor's office they
declined to reveal the object of their or.
rand beyond saying that they came by,
appointment. J
Messrs Oompers and Morrison were ,
with the president elect for nearly an j
hour. When they came from bis office 1
Mr. Gompers talked freely of the con
ference. "We discussed," lie said, "constructive
legislation which shall accord to tbs
workintr people the opportunity for up
lift and betterment and the rights of as
sociation accorded to all other volun
tary ossacintions of the country, pi
ticularlv to associations organized
for profit. We talked of legislation
secure the limitation and regulation
the issuance of injunctions and to pro
vide trials in indirect contempt cases
The Governor was urced, sa
Oompers, to render whatever a
he could in pushing through the present
congress the bill for the creation of a
dcDartment of laW. Mr. Wilson as
sured them that he would take all the
subjects mentioned to him under eon
erst ion.
He listened with great patience nr.
erident interest," added Mr. Gompers.
The bill proposing a department of labor
alreadr has been indorsed in public ut-
lrrini hv Mr. Wilson. I
Mr. Gonipers said he did not take up Gi
in detail with Governor Wilson the qnes- rj-jj
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lion "'I n-p.n'-i.'K ....... -
labor to organise, as promised in the
Democratic platform, but he hoped to
confer airain with the president elect on
this subject. ,
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not Ig
ro:. P
it cases.
said Mr. Pj
sssistnwe lf?J
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Christmas
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"WHERE QUALITY COUNTS"
Economical Prices Rule Here This Week
Turkey
Native Vermont Turkeys, the best to be found
in the country are raised in this state, and a choice
lot of these American birds are at this market
for your cction. Weigh from 8 to 15
pounds, l'er pound 30c to
Chickens
35
We are acquainted with the farmers in"this. vi
cinity who raise good plump Chickens, and this
market prides itself on securing only those that
will satisfy ita customer in every OC
way.
I'er lb 23 to
Fowls
HUYtER S SON IS KILLED.
Xative Fowls, good ones, in
first-class condition, at a less
price, of course, than
Chickens, l'er lb....
20c
Ducks
Xative Duck, fancy stock, as Sne
22c
as vou ever ate. eign
3 to 5 lbs. l'er lb
Geese
Xative Geese, as carefully se
lected a all our other poultry,
from the same farm- OO
l'er lb . .. 20c to44fal
era.
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Crushed Under Train at Mornstown,
If. J and Diet at Hospital.
Morristown, X. Dec. 21.-John S. , (5:
Huvler. 1!. young son of the late .lohn.r-vl
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turer. was fatally injured this morning
by falling beneath a train.
Both leg. were crushed to the knee
so that immediate mputio was nec
essary. He difd later in the day.
The rounff man sprinted for the mov-
irir train, lust nulling out of the sta
tion for Xew York, swung aboard, then
! tost his bilanee and fell under the j
wheels.
Western Beef
Prime Roast Western Beef,
according to cut. p.r. 1 JJ
1UV.
lb.
.15c to
Native Pork
Fancy Koast Xative Dork, loin
or rib, choice,' per JSC
Native Lamb
Host Roasts Xative Lamb, loin
or leg, your choice, 1 Qrt
per lb IOC
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Tascal and Hoston Celery, per bunch ISc
Fancy Boto-i Head Lettuce, at Kc
Cape Cod Cranberries, two quarts for 25c
Radishes, fresh and crisp, per bunch 5e
Spanish Onions, per lb 5c
Hubbard Squash, whole, per lb. 3c and 4c
White INrsnips, per lb 5c
Sweet Totatoes, per lb 5c
Nice Turnip, per lb 2c
Fating Applies, per peck SOc
Fie Apples, per peck 25e
Large M.iUga Grapes, per lb 15c
I PARIS SKIRT WAIST HOUSE,
Currier Euilding, Up Stairs I ;
VO SETTLEMENT BL GEN. SICKLES.
Commission Win B Called On T Pay
:soo.
Alhanv. I W. 31.- Although '". In
1 K. Sickl (iies until to-dT
i account for t2Sfi Mate funds paii
tin ckau-maa of the onum-tit
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Tlease order early in the week. We'll deliver at any time and and place you ay.
Send the children for things they will leave here with what you want Come in your
self. We're open Friday and Saturday nights this week. Closed all day Christmas.
TASSIE BROTHERS
$ Tel. 64-W
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