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5 a A RADICAL REDUCTION AT PERRY'S We shall on Saturday make a radical lowering of prices. It is a fact we have more stock than we should have at this time of the year. Conseauently. on Saturday you can buy at a bier saving. The Broods named below are the best to be had at the price. No short lengths or job lots bought for a special sale, but a clean lot of goods at a big discount. 4criiINT4c Per Yard Seven hundred fifty yards of Trint in Grays, Navy Blue and Light Colored Prints. No short lengths, but the quality you buy anywhere for 6c per yard. To reduce our stock we shall sell this Print on Saturday for 4c per yard. $2.98 CHILDREN'S COATS-$2.98 Reduced from $3.75, $1.00 and $1.75 Fifteen Children's Coats in sizes 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 years, made up in Corduroy, Chinchilla, Boucle and Flannel. To clean up this lot you can have your choice for only $2.98. An early selection is always the best. . . 98c Each COMFORTS 98c Each Reduced from $1.25 One bale of Comforters with silkoline covering, filled with good clean cotton, a good size Comforter. To clean up this lot, at only 98c each. Only this bale to go at this price. You will do well to investigate. 500 YARDS OUTING FLANNEL 72c Per Yard We offer 500 yards of Outings that have been selling for 10c, There are in this lot a number of pieces of 12Vc Outing, in light and dark colors. We have altogether too much Outing. In conse quence, you can profit on Saturday by buying this Outing for 7'?c per yard. BED SPREADS AT A REDUCTION Do you want a Bed Spread ? Now is your time to buy. $2.98 Bed Spreads for Saturday at $2.50 $2.00 Bed Spreads for Saturday at 1.50 $1.85 Bed Spreads for Saturday at 1.40 91.75 Bed Spreads for Saturday at 1.25 $1.50 Bed Spreads for Saturday at 1.15 TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY 75 North Main Street CAMP. Barre, Vermont TALK OF THE TOWN See Tilden'g ad. on papo 3. Fancy silks, 25c to 5!c yard, at 10c Card, at Vaughan's. The Clover club held a social affair !n the hall at the Aldrich library build -;ng Tuesday evening with a large at iendance of member. Among those who contributed to an enjoyable program were Mrs. Church, who gave a number of delightful readings, Walter Scott, who rendered a violin solo, and George AV. Shannon, a former member of the Philippine and Panama constabulary. Mr. Shannon's talk formed the principal fea ture of the program and his remarks on the Panama region and its remarka ble canal were highly appreciated. TALK OF THE TOWN Look out for bulletin containing bar gains from V'aughan'e. 98c each. One bale comforts reduced from $1.23, at Perry's Saturday. An opera without music is like a moneyless Christmas. Join the Christ mas club at Barre Savings Hank & Trust company. Peter Maberini, who lias been spend ing several days with his mother on Foss street, returned thig morning to Plainfleld, where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bonar, who have ben visiting relative in the city Tor the past ten days, returned lant night to their home near Iberville, P, Q. tittxtxtxtnit ds. ifj a Adisia a i iiuiwiiiititii "Value Re;eivei" in Furnishings ( WANTED z v.- ui in W Office Neo Tildeu'i ad. on page 3, Now is the time to buy your waists at Vaiighau's. I'iennt-lctte robes m skirts at 10 per cent, discount. Henry W. Knight. Alfred Hooper of Lowell, Ma., U pausing a few days in the city on rimi ness. Mi. -is Morgan's dancing class will meet in Miles' hall Friday evening at H oVIo.-k llHl', Miss Dorothy Park, who has been vis iting her aunt in MarshHcld tlie jiast week, returned homo lust night. . Members of the ladies' auxiliary of their due cards with the financial w n'tary on or before Saturday, January 5, Meeting of the L. C. II. A. ladies this evening at 8 o'clock in room 37, Miles' Dinldiug. t.very member is requested to be presnt. . An opera without music is MUo a moneyless Christmas. Join the Christ mas club at Barre (Saving Bank & Truss company. A business meeting of the ladies aid society of the First Baptist church is called for to-night, immediately after prayer meeting. Mrs. J. I). Hanrahan and son. Philip Grillin, arc visiting in the city as the guests of Rev. A. C. Uriflin, pastor of St. .Monicas church. Chester Sargent, who lias been pass ing a few weeks at his home in Kat Barre, was a visitor in the city to-day, returning to Wesleyan university. Miss Lena Brown returned to-day to St. Johnsbury, after passing a few day in the city as the guest of Miss Mar garet Brown of Jefferson street. W. S. Hutchinson of Enosburg Falls, a member of the Central Vermont rail road' corps of civil engineers, wai a bus iness visitor in the city to-day. Horace Howies, who has been pass'ng the holidays at the home of his parents I wi Beck Icy bill, returned to-day to re- I sunie his studies at the Harvard Medicul college, Boston. A regular meeting of division 1, A. O. H., will be held this evening at 7 o'clock. The third game of the series of fortv ftve will be played after the meeting, A. O. H. and C. 0. F. Will the party exchanging a Xo. 5 overshoe for a No. 6 at the brotherhood banquet last night at the Methodist church please call and rectify the mis take at oil Spaulding street! Local granite plant re-opened thi morning, after the annual holiday vaca tion. The pressure of business com pelled several sheds to remain open throughout the holiday season this year. Airs. W. S. Jiavis and daughter, Fran ces, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Robins of French street for the past ten day, returned to-day to White River Junction. $2.!)8 to close. One lot children's coats, 2. 3, 4, fl and 0 years, that were $3.75, $4 and $4.75, made up iit'cordu- roy, chinchilla, flannel; we make the price only $2.1)8, at Perry's on Satur day. Madame Florence, clairvoyant nnJ palmist, tells you everything you wish to know without asking a question. Teaches palmistry and develops clair voyance. People wishing to learn vlll please apply before Jan. 11. Do not fail to pay her a visit. Hotel Otis, room 10. Adv. Vendret's injuries are not serious. The left side of hja face was badly bruised and he suffered minor injuries when he was hurled to the ground, but he seemed to be suffering from nervous shock more than anything else when Dr. T. J. Dion eft him last niL'ht at his home. ;tf Rodman street, Quincv. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mr. F. D. Beckley, 6 Tark street, Friday afternoon, Jan. 3, at 2:30 p. in., for a social afternoon and mothers' meeting, with roll call. There will be three parts to the program, the first, "What Have J I Done for Temperance the Past Year?,'' the second, "How Mother Influence the 1 orld,' and the third, introduction of cradle roll member. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED X A. P. AliBOTT k CO. I A. P. AHBOTT & CO. I A. P. AHHOTT Ac CO. I A. V. ABBOTT & CO. BUT A FEW DAYS LONGER t . e- 1 'jtyN-hVWiABLt, Our Clearance Sale Closes Jan. 1 1 You are the only ones making a profit on this sale. We are cleaning and reducing our stock. This makes a loss to us. This is our way of adjusting our business for another year. Goods in this sale as soon as closed out will not be duplicated in stock again until after January 11. This is the time of the whole year to buy from our Gar ment Department. Before the close of Saturday this week, you owe it to yourself to see our sale of Sheets and P;llov Slips. Our tables are all being used for this Clear ance Sale. . This is the Table Linen Sale of the whole year. You make a big saving on Silks and Dress Goods in this saJe. SHEETS AND PILLOW SLIPS FHery Pillow Slip in our stock at a liberal saving. 63 by 99 Sheets, made of Fruit Cotton, for single bed. Would lie cheap at 7oc. This TQ lot now at, each OIC At this price you are buying your Ready-made Sheets and Slips at a less price than you can buy same cloth by the yard. You don't care, for the reason what you want is the quality and price. 42 x 36-inch . Tillow Slips, made of heavy cotton. These are as good as you can And at 12 I-Iic. uur price in this in sale only, each 1UC 45 x 36-inch Pillow Slips, same grade a above only 3 inches larger. A 13c Slip, f. r now at 1UC 42 x 36-inch Harvard Pil- low Slip. These are cheap at 1.5c. This Bale at, each, n i only -172 45 x 36-inch Harvard Pil low Hips. These aro cheap at 16c. These will appeal to you as great trade, and they Each, only 13c 57i2c 72 by 94 1-2 Bleached Sheets foi 2-3 bed. These are worth 70c. This sale at only, each, 81 x 90 Harvard Unbleached Sheets. These are U.c Sheet. Now, in thi sale, at, trnt each 57V2C One lot of 81 x 90 Red Star Sheets. These are heavy and fine. A good value at our regular price,' 7k Xow, in this sale, . at, each ., OZyC If you will figure the abovo good with yard goods, you will very quick ly see your saving, besides having the work of making them thrown in. , Every Sheet in our stock takes a. mark down for this sale. SILKS We are to close out every piece of Colored Fancy Silks. In this lot are styles that will make very pretty Waist or Dresses. The best of these Silks are (1.00 values not old styles, but our best and all that we have. Your choice of the lot Ts at, per yard (Y'ou will have to call early to see the full assortment.) One piece 35-inch Black Silk Mescaline. This is a dollar Mes- :49c saline. This sale at, per yard, QQq (Don't expect to see this after the trade have had a chance to see it.) We have a nice fine heavy Yard-Wide Silk Taffeta in on this sale at, per yard OuC Brainerd & Armstrong Silks Oil in this sale at a liberal discount. New colors and Black Char- nicuse Silk. This sale at, per yard TABLE DAMASK This Damask Sale is one at which many ladies buy their year s supply. We buy these Damasks direct of the manu facturers' agents. They come direct to them from Ireland. These prices, considered that these Damasks are all Irish manufacture, are very cheap. Every piece of Damask in our store at a special discount during this sale. One lot of 24-inch Damask Huck by the yard for tray chiths and Towels. This is a tt,c cloth, and now per yard to One lot of 67-inch All Pure Linen Blenched Damask. Our best 87c Damask. This sale Q at, per yard OjC One lot of 70-inch $1.00 Damask, in this sale at, lx'r7Q yard 7C One lot of Silver Bleached very heavy Damask, that later will be 1.2i. Xow, per yard, QQq Our $1.25 Bleached Damask, now in this sale, per yard, Qg Our $1.35. Damask, now, per yard .. Our $1.87 Damask, now, per yard ......... $1.19 $1.49 NAPKINS One lot of All Pure Linen Heavy Napkins., These, are good values for hotels or restaurauts. . Our best $1.50 Napkins, m-t nn now, per doz. pl.Z7 All of our $2.00 Nap- ei cq kin, per dozen fl.ua $2.49 All of our $3.00 Nap kin, per dozen (These match Cloths and Damask.) A nice lot of Hemsitched Napkins, also all of our large Dinner Napkins, now at a liberal allowance during this sale.- TOWELS $1.58 DRESS GOODS WANTED-A chambermaid atttat Hot.l Otis t coo. iMtitt WANTKD A tbl.tlrl. ApylTtatbt Knr.ka Ksscaursot, luS N.rtti Main fin ft, 'mtJ' WANTE M to work la tb woods cutiliit Inmber. Apply to W. . Kalian, Ktt Mill, Birrs. . K. tslsphoas 303-14. :4'tf You can dismiss at once all thought of high prices here, because the busy business man is as keen for "values" as the nipping air of a frosty morning. Neither he nor we have time for haggling he wants no arguments or whys and wherefores and therefore everything: is marked in plain figures at prices which are based on full "value received." Every new time, labor and money-saving idea iinds ready expression in our office furnishing stocks. All woods are represented from which a man can quickly match his present furnishings. Quality is a prime factor of every piece the workmanship is reliable in every vital part. B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers ro It It NX Fumlfh.d room; all modorn lm iroT.m.nu. CUt 17 Wslhogtoa Stro.L Mr.. UoCmkllL 46lt FOR 8ALK As I am l.Tlnr town. I will soil all mjr bousanold roods at private ml. Cal I at my bouse, I4J Kim Btrsel. w. a. Hall Tele pbooo Jll-4. S461U' TJ RBNT At 47 Spaaldin Street l two ten emenlt. t.n and twelrs dollar. Would furnlb an if wealed t a youa couple. Tel.piieue - :iit( FOUND A key on a plce of wood In car tra k a ear City Hotel. Owner sail at Tlmrs office and pay for adTortisomenl. UltiiS This sale will turn over to you a large lot of best kinds of Dress Goods at the lowest prices that we have ever made on best goods. Every piece of Dress Goods in our stock at a liberal allowance, and the fol lowing lots at less than cost. One lot of yard-wide Half Wool Dress Goods In Navy, Red, Light Blue, Pink and Brown. These goods are fast colors and make nice waists or dresses, nn This sale at 5uC One lot of Wool Challies. These' for waists, wrappers or children's dresses, sold in large cities at from 39c to 50c. f)Sn This Bale, per yard ......... One lot of All Wool Import ed 42-inch Dress Goods in Gar net. Taupe, Copenhagen Blue, Black, and Wisteria. These orig inally were $1.00 goods. Our price to close is a trifle less Jtn than half. Fcr yard One lot of All Wool Import ed $1.00 Ottoman Cloth, 4i inches wide, in Navy, Dark Red and Slate. These now at less than Q cost to import. Per yard . . . OlC One lot of Newest Kinds of Whipcord Serges that we have been selling for tailored suits and skirts at $2.35. Xow to jq close, per yard Jpl.1! (A good loss here on new goods.) One piece of Navy 51-inch Whipcord, cheap at W.50. (fl 1 Q To close, per yard ipxlu Every pi close. This means at prices at or less than cost to us. Every Towel in our stock at a liberal allowance. This means our 10c Special Turkish Tow els at 9c each. All of our Christmas Towels in this sale. Here is a bargain in a Genu ine Rub-Dry Towel, warranted to j wear one and one-half years. The j regular price is 30c each. This is the best Towel bargain that ever went out of our store, as iu this sale they will be only.nQ each 4tuC Or S3.35 per dozen. One lot of 35c Huckabuck Towels. These have a place for the initial. This sale at tlOSJ, price of common Towels, each OC CRASHES One lot of 17-inch Union Linen Crash. These are our reg ular 10c Crashes. Xow in rj this sale at 72' One lot of All Pure Linen 17-inch Heavy Crash, our 12!c grade. in this saw at -t r xut per yard Every piece of Crash in our stock at a liberal discount, best Irish Crashes. This means our COTTON GOODS iece of Heavy Dress Goods and CfoakinKS now in this sale to AH Yard-wide Cottons at lc per yard allowance in many cases more than our profits. All Sheeting Cottons at an allowance of 2c and 3c a yard. The following at prices for this sale: One lot of Yard-wide Bleach ed Amesbury, a good heavy Cot- j ton, at . now, per yard, One lot of Best Cottons that sell at 10c per yard. This, sale, per yaru . . 9c One lot of 2 1-2-yard wide heavy' 2Ac Bleached Seamless Sheeting, slightly soiled, at only, per yard 23c OUTING FLANNEL A good assortment of best styled 10c Outings. These tak en from our regular' stock rj n to reduce quantity, per yd. 2 We have a nice lot of Yard- Wide Bleached Domet Flannel in this sale at, per yard iiy2c roit SALE on TO ItKN-r Xew hooie on Nel.on Street with every taedera ceev.nl.no.. Sie.m beat. Apply to H. O. l'attersoo, Ho. 17S WablBgtoo Street, Barre. !H6it ake Fish ! From Higiigaie Springs, VI, j I Dressed Perch, per lb. . . .20c j Wrhole Perch, per doz. . . .23cj Halibut, per lb 22c and 25c j j Cod, per lb 10c and 12c j j Hadd, per lb. ..10c and 12c s . Two of the best values in this sale are one lot of R. & G. Corsets, long lengths, at 69c, and one lot. of Royal Worcester $1.50 very long Corsets with 6 supporters, now at 98c per pairless than wholesale prices. So far this Clearance Sale has been half as large, ag in as any of past years. Store closes at 5:30, except Mondays and Saturdays. PICTURE VALUES We have placed on sale a shipment of Framed Tictures that will surprise you at prices marked. These are guaranteed hand colored and cannot be du plicated at double the price. We are offering them while they last at 35c and 62c each Salmon, per lb. Smelts, per lb 20c j Flats, per lb 10cj Finnan Haddie, per lb. . . 12c j Herrings, each 5c Clams, per pint 18c! .20c! AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, PBCTION II, OF THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BAKKK. Be It ordained by the City Council of the City of Barre a. follow. : All complaints again.t any member of the police department ehould be made In writ ing, and eittned by the penon or peraone making the same, and Hied with the police committee, but this .hall not be construed to as to relieve the police committee from the duty of taking up and inveatitratinc any ehartte or complaint amirut a member of the police department that may be broufrht to their notice by any citizen who can by him self or other. Rive proof to substantiate the charge or complaint made. Said tmlice committee uoon the recelDt of any aurh charge or complaint ehall within five days thereafter investigate the same and tr necessary hold a just and Impartial hearing to determine the mints of the complaint, said committee shall within three days after any such investigation or hearing, render their decision to the chief of the police department and to the member or members of the depart ment complained of, which decision shall be final unices an appeal is taken as herein after provided. Said police committee shall further make and render a complete report on all charges brought to their notice including any hear ing they may have given oa said charges or complaint, their judgment and decision thereon ; said report to be made to the city council at the first meeting thereof after they have reached a decision on any case brought to their notice. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 1, BKCTION IS. OF THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF BARRE. He it ordained by the City Council of the City of Barre as follows: All complaints against any member of the (Ire depv.r1.ment should be made in writing and signed by the person or persona making the same, and tiled with the fire committee, but this shall not be construed so as to relieve the Are committee from the duty of taking up and investigating any charge or complaint against a member of the fire department that may be brought to their notice by any cititen ! who can by himself or others give proof to ; substantiate the charge or complaint made. 1 Said Are committee upon the receipt of any such charge or complaint shall within five : days thereafter investigate the same and if j necessary, hold a just and impartial hearing t determine the merit, of the complaint:; said committoe shall within three days after , any InvestiKatlon or hearing render their de-! euiion to the chief of the fire department, i and to the member or members of the depart ment complained of. which decision shall be final unices an appeal la taken, as hereinafter provided. Said fire committee sh.il further make and render a complete report on ail charges brought to their notice, including any ' hearing they may have given on said chargea or complainta, their judgment and decision thereon, said report to be made to the city council at the first meeting thereof after they have reached a decision on any case brought to t.ieir notice. I If any member of the fire department against whom complaint has been made and Oysters, per pint Scallops, per pint 2ocj T.nhc.tpr npr lb "Tnrl appeal to the city council on such ivOObiers, per 1U JOCI by ,h,ir .pr. to be reduced I lnm npr ri(C V ISntnr. fjiirg. stating tne grounas tor Mia appeal n UamS' VKr P lOaiUr- l,rhn, the same with the city clerk within A n r mnminrrl Kt a ' twenty-four hoars after notice of the commit Uay inuniing; ouc litres dreirion has been aerved on them. The chief of the department may also take 1 1 an appeal in the manner provided above, earl V. I against the decision of the committee on any ! a-rving under him, if he believes the deron - . k. .111 n ... H 1 ,- .!. , In. i loU A. ill. S i terete of the de-artment. department , drisions rendered thereon by the tire corn- made and mittue feel aggrieved by the decision of said If any member of the police aaainst wnom complaint naa been decisions rendered thereon by the police com- fire committee, they shall have the right to mittee feel aggrieved by the decision of said j appeal to the city council on such decision by police committoe. they .hall have the right to 'Phnne vnur orripns - . , please. First teams start at! I C. N. KENYON & COMPANY 1S5-1ST North Main Street. Telephone (346-M) Barre, Vt. Good Goods and Lowj ? T ' v - i nccs iyccd us liusy. causing their appeal to be reduced to writing, stating the ground for said appeal and filing the same with the city clerk within twenty four hours after notice of the committee's deci sion has been served an them. The chief of the department may also take an appeal in the manner provided above, again.t the dccfeinn of the committee on any charge or complaint made againet any omcer serving under him. if he believes the derieio one that will be prejudicial to the best Interests of the department. The mayor or any aide man may take an aPEN-aJ against the declsioa of the eoenmitte Ii i oe major or mmj iirtib may ikk. mm wn a un . . ,,n . t appeal againet the decietoa of the committee i city council, eaid appeal aa t be snade la jwhea the-r report baa beea presented te the ; writing and filed with the city clerk wtthia ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY TIMES GOOD VALUES V III 1.1 II I I I 12 small packages Starlight Matches 9c 5 5c packages Sterling Matches 18c 12 2-cent packages Press Matches (24c) 15c 12 5-cent packages Ohio Matches (60c) 45c 10-cent Packages Portland Star Matches 8c 15-cent package Vulcanol, the new Stove Polish 10c 10-cent package Enameline 8c 4 cans Maine Style Corn 25c Do you always think what our cash discounts mean to you ? For instance, when we quote you Oy sters at 40c per quart, they actually cost you a little less than 37 cents. I j city coancil. Mid appeal must be made la 1 three daya after aaid report aa beem rrn writing and filed with the eltv clerk wtthia ! dered. three dare after aaid report baa beea ren-1 Cpen the rrr elpt of any appeal made I'mva the rereipt of an. anne ml made actordanec with the r n. ions of thia section. in accordance with the pro vietotu of thia see- ' the city cwineil shall avee t wtthmrt delay and una, the city council shall hk without do j eonai-er the same, render their deewtoa there- la. and consider the seme, render their dert- on, aad raue all ponies tat r t a to ud : on thererm, and cae ail parties interest to be aoftined thereof, and their derwioti shall be final aad net open t fur Her appeal. I hereby certify that the foregoing amewd incnt waa adopted at a sneering of the eity eeaaeil held Lieceaaber SI. IC'.l. JAKE3 MACKAT. City Cierk. ! notified thereof, aad their derwtoa .kail be final aad Mt open to farther appeal. I her by certify that the fo nrotng tsw mint wo. aWtrd at a erne mi the city council bed I rem her SI. JAMES MACKAT. City Cierk. Creamery Butter at 40 cents would be less than 37 cents. I It's LadcPs Cream Bread ! that has Real Value I I ,,...4 --.-1 I I I I r-xt rooo I PRODUCTS I X x