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THE HAllHE DAILY TIMES, HAJtUK, VT., IFIUDAV, FKllUlJAItV 7, 1913.
TALK OF THE TOWN :mj ssmmtmsnrnrnmasmusmtKruiKK:'! t 'I : Look Look Look Saturday Morning at 8 O'clock we put on sale our entire line of Stationery, to close below cost. This line is one of the best makes on the market, and if you wish some of the above, we advise early shopping. 20 boxes of Paper and Envelopes, our regular 39c value, Sale, per box . .25c 15 boxes of Pound Paper, our regular 39c value, Sale, per box 25c 10 boxes of Envelopes, regular 15c per bunch, Sale, per bunch 10c 15 boxes of Paper (pound boxes), regular 25c per pound, Sale, per pound. . . . . .17c 12 boxes Envelopes, 10c per bunch, Sale, 3 bunches for 17c No Paper Sold Until Saturday at the Above Prices. Very Substantial Savings in Our Feburary Silk Sale Try out the Parcel Post with us. Hi Homeir Hits Commpanny L- See Our Special Sewing Machine for $25.00. TALK OF THE TOWN ; TALK OF THE TOWN MeCall patterns and publications Honry W. Knight. ' i Big sale on black petticoats. Taris Shirtwaist House. i Companion court, 'o. 757, I. O. F., will kolj a regular meeting to-night at 7:30. A son was born at the City hospital this morning to Mr. and Sirs. Uuy How ird of South Barre. ! Mr. and Mrs. Kdwanl Keeley of Abing ton, Mass., arrived in the city last night for a week's Visit with friends. Miss Jennie Lovell of Boston, who has keen ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. E. Harris of Brook street, is improv ing. ;. W. H. Gordon, who has been passing I few days in this vicinity with friends, returned to-day to his home at-Strafford. Max Willey of North Seminary street left this afternoon for Burlington, where be will visit until the first part of next neck. - j Mrs. Barbara Casarica, who has been passing several months at her former home in Italy, arrived in the city this Horning from New York. Running. He was the slowest of all men That I have ever met; But he broke several reeords when He tried to run in debt. Cincinnati Enquirer. TALK OF THE TOWN H. C. Leonard of South Main street left lust night for Boston, where lie will pass several days on business. Mrs. James Slora of Cutler Corners is passing several days at the home of Mrs. James Alexander of Plain street. Mrs. M. M. Stone, who has been spend ing a few days with her daughter in South Barre, returned yesterday to her home in Cabot. , Miss Fannie Howard, who recently completed her duties in the Daylignt store, let); tins morning lor ner nome in South Koyalton. Miss Mildred Dennison returned yes- j terday to her home in Laconia, N. H., after a short visit with relatives on Washington street. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Aoair returneu this morning to their home in Mier broke, 1'. Q., after a three weeks visit with relatives in the city. John L. Maxson has purchased all or the shares of the J. L. Maxson Co. and will hereafter conduct the business in the French building alone. Mrs. Ernest Riddell of (Jraniteville was a visitor in the city yesterday afternoon on her way to St. Albans, where she will visit for a few days with her huRband, who is employed with the Central Ver mont railroad in that city. Mrs. William Ennis of Currier street was taken last night in the Perry & Noonan ambulance to the City hospital, where she nnderwtrft an operation. This morning the operation was reported to have been successful and the patient's condition was described as comfortable. TALK OF THE TOWN in t : : I : For the Young Men f We are showing a nice line of Mackinaw Coats in colors. Hockey Caps, in plain colors and combinations, at 25c, 50c and $1.00. The Three in One Cap at $1.00 is just the thing for the cold weather. Ask to see it. Heavy Shaker Knit Sweaters at $6.50 and $7.50, Dark Green and Maroon. Those Cheney Silk Ties, regular 50c quality, 3 for $1.00- A variety of patterns to select from. YOUNG MEN, WE ARE AFTER YOUR TRADE The Frank McWhorter Co. f Are you getting the good things the white sale at Vaughan'sT F. R. Furbush of Canton, O., arrived in the city last night for an extended business visit. Special for Saturday 18 sweet arid juicy Californial navel oranges for 2a cents at the United Fruit Store. Miss P-.nice Whitcomb of Beacon street returned home this forenoon, aft er spending several days with relatives in Williamstown. Mrs. Frank W. Jackson, who suffered severe burns at ner Home on lioeriy street several davs aco. is bIowIv re gaining her health, although she is not able to sit up as yet. The condition of Mrs. Catherine Me- l'hee of 53 South Main street, who sut fcred contusions when she fell on a slip pery spot in the street Tuesday night, is reported to be improving slowly. Philip Griffin, who has been passing several days at St. Monica's rectory as the guest of his brother, Rev. A. C. Grif fin, left this forenoon for Burlington, where he will resume his studies at the University of Vermont. II. C. Maitland, who, with his nephew, has been spending several weeks in Barre and Barre Town, left this fore noon for Montreal, where he will make a short visit before going to High River, Alberta, to take up his residence. Members of the senior commercial class of Spaulding high school will pre sent "The Mouse Trap" at Spaulding chapel this evening at 8 o'clock. Several musical numbers will be included on the program. The proceeds are to be used in defraying class expenses. The following clipping appeared last week in an issue of the St. Augustine j Evening Record, which is considered to be one of the most reliable newspapers in the state of Florida: "E, W. Bruce,! concert master with Prof. Shaw and I his Boston orchestra, is a violinist of rare talent and technique. Mr. Bruce is unquestionably one of the finest vio linists in the South." Mr. Bruce, con ductor of the Barre opera house orches tra, went to St. Augustine several weeks ago. He is violinist with Prof. Shaw and his Boston orchestra, the eon- cert orchestra at the hotel Ponce de Leon, one of the largest winter hotels in the South. Manager LaCasc of the Goddard sem inary hockey seven has completed ar rangements for the first extensive trip ever vet ' f ed since the game was intro duced at the seminary a few years ago, On Friday afternoon next week the sem inary seven will line up against an in dependent organization at St. Johnsbury. That evening they will shift to Stan stead, P. Q., and meet the Stanstead col lege ice experts. Stanstead is said to be represented by one of the strongest teams in that section of Quebec. To bring the excursion to a fitting close Waterville, P. Q., has been booked for Saturday evening. Waterville is another well known Canadian hockey club. Man ager LaCas?e was unsuccessful in secur ing the St. Michaels college of Winooski for a date this week. Get free Rumple, of "HliU" at C, Kenvon A. Co.' store. Just received a new lot of ichool gills' hair ribltons. At FittV. Sale on 3H-inch percale Saturday 8! e a vunl. At auglinir,' Pay your gas bills before Feb. JO anJ save discount. it. worth wnile, All kinds of Inbots at a great Ji count, at New York Bargain House ll':il:..... li-...Hl...,r rrivoi' i it ijiiuiii rwiuieB ill n.inuuii ,...- in the eity to-day for a few days' visit i with relatives. I A beautiful souvenir to ladies at . Hooker's sewinir machine demonstration lor one week. , u "Oh, You Beautiful Doll!" See will dow disnluv at Davis.' the dniMist, 2taJ North Main street. Seven cents a vardi 5 niece 10c qua! ity fleeced back cloth. Only 7c a jai'l on Saturday at Perry's. Tape "measures, calendars, rulers, thtrrt bles, etc., for' the askinsr at Hooker's Igfwiiic machine (Iptnnnst mticin C. H. Steams, who has been visiting in the city for a few days, returned to day to his home at Ilurlineton. Your name beautifully embroidered with shaded silk, absolutely free, made while you wait, at Hooker's this week. Big silk waist sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday: all si k waists sold re gardless of cost. Paris Shirtwaist House. I The Sunday school of the Presbyte rian church will hold a cantata and social Friday eveninc. Feb. 7, at 7:110. Admission, 10c; all children under 15, 5c. Miss Gertrude Carrigan of Summer street, who has been visiting at Pitts ford for tbe past few days, has returned to the city. Special price for oranges at the United Fruit Store: 18 sweet and juicy for 2"t cents, and up to 50 cents a dor.cn, the largest size. F. S. Dyke returned to-day to his home in Northfiehl, after spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs, M. E. Gaskell of East street. S. Hollister JacksiJn of Wellington street returned this morning from New York, where he has been spending the past few days on business. Get your tickets fr the Progressive club banquet at the Red Cross, brown's drug store, C. W. Averill & Co., J-'rod King or members of the club. , Francis Cleary of '380 Xorth Main street returned yesterday from Green field, Mass., where he has been em ployed for the past few weeks. Mrs. James Cumings, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ned J. Lew is of Spaulding street, returned to-day to her home in Lancaster, X. H. W, E. Bottger of Wyandotte. Pa a representative of the J. H. Bishop Co., is passing a few davs in the city as the guest of A. A. Lamorey of Cliff street. Bernard Bernasconi arrived in the eity this morning from New Y'ork, where he recently landed from Italy. Mr. Bernas coni will make his home with relatives in Barre. Howard Ashline of Compton, X. B., who has been spending several days with relatives in Graniteville, went last night to Boston, where he has secured em ployment. Harold Knight, and George Adic left this afternoon for Burlington, where they will attend the Spaulding high school-Burlington high school basketball game this evening. Miss Helen Forance of Littleton, X. II., who attended the dance held by Me Eneily's singing orchestra in Montpelier last evening, visited friends in Barre to day before returning home.. George A. Hill of Plain street, who recently severed his connection with the Eastern Estate Tea company of this city, has taken a traveling position with i a Chicago firm with territory in Ver mont. Mrs. T. R. McLean of Graniteville, who recently suffered a fractured arm in a fall on the ice, i slowly improving. Her daughter, Mrs. Frank Carr of North field, is passing several days in Gran iteville. The Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church will have a pic nic at Happy Hollow Grove to-night. Meet at the church at 7:30 o'clock. La dies bring lunch for two, gentlemen bring your purses "Go west, young man," said Horace Greeley. But why go west when' all that is interesting in the West, western life scenes, atmosphere and Indian his galore, will be seen in "In the Early hays of the Great West," a two-reei Bion 101 feature picture at the Bijou. Adv. The Universalist club basketball team defeated the Liberty street Reserves at Goddard gymnasium last night by a 14 to 4 score. Rogers, Campbell, Cole, Corr mack and Carroll were in the lineup for the defeated team, while the Univer salist club was represented on the floor by Gordon, Ahern. Robin, French, Hutch ins and Glass. Tobin and Ahem caged two baskets each. Lion brand yarns. Henry W. Knight. Xew dress goods and ginghams, Kilts'. Carter's underwear, Henry W, Knight, Some extra values at Perry'a on Sat urday. Conie to the stationery sale Suturday at FitU. . One lin k of suits, values up to f 10.50, 1 now 17.50. Mtts.' A great discount on all gents' wear at Xew York Bargain House. Abbott U selling all heavy coats in the eason's best values at one-hi'f nriee. A non was born at the City' hospital this fliorning' to .Mr, and Mrs. rred J'. Cutti of 74 Hill street. Charles LeClair of Xorth Mam street, who has been employed in Hollow. Falls for the Mist month, returned to Barre lust liiL'ht. F. M. Bailey, who has been visiting relatives in the city for the past wfek, returned lat uight to hi liome in wn cord. N. H. Another crate of fresh strawberrlei ill arrive at the United Fruit Store to-night Give us your order before they are all gone. Give us call and you will find every- thimr to nlcuse vou from drvijooiU to notions and all kinds of good. Xew York Bargain House, Aa Lvon, who has been purchasing stock in Barre and other towns of the Barre granite belt, left lat night for his home in Plymouth, Mich. How much ice cream for your Satur day or Sunday dessert? This week, vanilla and strawberry. Telephone your order, 233-W. L. B. Dodge. Mrs. James Kendall, who has been spending several days with relatives in Barre and Montpelier, returned yester day to her home in Strafford. Peter Olgiati arrived in the city this morning Irom isew orK, wnere ue re- cently landed, after spending several months at his former home in Italy. Harrv W. Averill. a student at the University of Vermont, is passing a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. L. A. Averill, of Averill street. Mrs. H. E Smelt wr, who was called to Barre by the death of her mother, Mrs. John Loughheed of French street, has returned to her home in Fittsfield, X. H. Leltoy Goodhull of Woodbury, who ha been spending several days in the city, accoimmnied Deputy Sheriff A. M. Morrison fo Iloston last night for a short business visit. Mrs Edith Boonihower, who has been spending several weeks with relatives in the city, left this morning for Man chester, X. 1L, where she will make a short slav before coins' to her home in Bangor, Me. The first rehearsal of the civic federa tion minstrels was held in Foresters' hall hist evening with a large attendance of local singer and amateur minstrel men. Conductor Charles Close of Xew York was present. -As the performance is to be staged within the month, the rehear sals will be held regularly. The members of the Spaulding high school basketball team left thfs after noon for Burlington, where they will play a return game against Burlington high school, A week ago in this city Snauldimr won from Burlington. The liwt of players carried was composed of the following: Marr, manager; Troup captain; Brown, Lebourveau, Levin and Sowle. The team was accompanied by Coach Cummings. At the opera house last night, the Klark-Urban company gave an excellent performance of the Sherlock Holme tilav. "The Siirn of the Four." To-night the' company will present one of Kyrle j Bellews' greatest successes, "Rafttes." Owintr to defective plate, the flashlight picture taken 'on Monday night was not. a success, and anoiner win ue uiiten to night. All adults attending the mat inee on Saturday will be given a picture free. Matinee prices, 10c and 20c. LOWEST CLEAN-UP PRICES ON SUITS, COATS, FURS SEE WINDOW FOR ASSORTMENT ALL AT EXACTLY ONE-HALF PRICE See the New Dutch Curtains in fancy scrims: $1.75 value for $1.49. Toile De Nord, Ginghams, regular' 12ic values for 10c yard. Seraphiques and Plisses do not require ironings The most desirable materials for hot weather wear." A nice assortment in dainty figures and stripes at 16c per yard. LET US SHOW YOUYOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, BARRE.VT. Successor to Veale & Knight. t: muii'iuiiiittt t uunimituistiiitttttttttiiu OPENING VVc cordially invite the people of Barre and vicinity to visit our new store in the Aldrich Building this afternoon from two to five; :: :: Tilden Shoe Company Barre, Vermont . . .... . ........I EAKR Big joint meeting of Red Men in Clan Gordon hall to-night at 7:30. Every Red Man should make it a point to be present to hear Great Incohonee's words of wisdom. REYNOLDS & SON 62nd Saturday Sale February 8 MARKET BASKETS 11 x 13 inches Sale starts at one o'clock Closing out Winter , Horse Blankets. fes prices. REYNOLDS & SON Royal Arcanum to night! Annual report, installation of, officers, short business, lunch and social evening should bring every member, j Come. There will be a special communication of Granite lodge, No. 3.1, F. and A. M., Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Work, F. C. degree, l'er or der W. if. TOO LATE TO-BE CLASSIFIED U. . Parcel Posit U. S. Parcel Post means a big thing for R. F. D. patrons and also people living within 50 miles of us. It will save you time and money. Rates for people living in local district: 1-Ib. 2-lb. 3-lt. 4-lb. 5-Ib. 6-m. 7-lb. 8-lb. 9-tt. 10-lb. 11-tb. 5c 6c 7c 8c 9c 10c lie 12c 13c 14c 15c 10-tt. 32c 11-tb. 35c 131 company ilTiir North Main Street Barre. Vermont WANTED A first clas. sranitc nUtuc cut ter. J. N. White & Son., Quinry, Mant. 2?7t6 FOR SALE Second-hand typewriter in ftrvt-eiaiia condition. Call and tee, at room. 6 and 6. Currier block. J. C. Grins. 277tf FOR SALE One 20 H. P. horizontal tubular boiler ; one 6 to H. P. electric motor ; about I 60 fet of Is, nhaftinv with hnnircr. ; one 10; H. r. 7x7 .team enirine ; 10 Dodite iron iplit pulleys ; 6,000 necond-hand brick. Apply Barre Steam Laundry. 277tf ; We are saving lots of money for penple at e ARRE'S BIG SHOE SALE You sec we've cot to sell, we've cot to raise the money; we're loaded with stock, that's all. Better come prepared to buy, for the the more you buy the more yor save. BARME Sale closes Saturday night SHOE COMPANY Cash Shoe Store FOUND In the HowUnd block, a gentle man's watch. Owner can have same by call in on the janitor, proving property, and pay ing for this ad. 277U BARRE OPERA HOUSE FOX A EATOX, Lenw-ps. JOHN E. HOflAX, Resident Mgr. 6 NIGHTS 6 SATURDAY MATINEE CGmmencing Monday, Feb. 3. THE EVER POPULAR Klarl; Urban Company la as Entire New Repertoire TO-IflGHT RAFFLES A Solid Car of Spetiel Scenery 5 Big Vaudeville Acts 5 rricr 1V, 20r, V. Lad.' lie ticket for Monday aM are liea K4 t. I've a a. avwt W aerared at the ravx .aia. fc-cati on sale FriJar naoroirig. 1st Zone Rate: l-lb. 2-lb. 3-lb. 4-lb. 5-lb. 6-lb. 7-Ib. 8-lb. 9-lb. 5c 8c 11c 14c 17c 20c 23c 26c 29c The local rate is applicable to parcels intended for de livery at the office of mailing- or on a rural route starting therefrom. The first zone rate is for people living in cities or towns within 50 miles of us. Packages cannot be over 11 pounds and must not measure more than six feet in length and girth combined. When in need of anything in the Hardware line, such as Nails, Nail Hammers, Axes, Axe Handles, Hand Saws, Saw Wedges, Axe Wedges, Files, Bits, Bit Braces, Lanterns and a thousand other useful things, 'phone or write us and your order will receive our best atten tion. Goods ordered from us in the afternoon will be deliv ered to your door the next morning. Remember, you are not dealing with a catalogue house when you deal with us. If the goods you receive are not right, you may return them. Let us save you a trip to town by sending your orders to us, and we will do the rest. ... N. D. Phelps Co Telephone 29 9 Barre, Vermont If you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in The Times CLOSING OUT Winter Horse Blankets We will sell the remainder of this stock at 20 Per Cent Discount C. W. AVERILL & CO. S1-S3 Narth Alain St. Tel 439-W Barre. Vj.