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THE HAHKK DAILY' TIMES, I Alt RE, VT., TUESDAY, A PHIL 13, 19U.
5 A Sale of Curtains at Special Prices SCRIM, VOILE, MARQUISETTE, LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS For the next five days we shall make a special show ing of Curtains. We have a new and attractive line and can save you money on Curtains. In all probability you are going to want Curtains. We want you to look at this showing of Curtains. Note these prices: Scrim Curtains, in either White or Ecru with cluny Jace edges and insertion to match, or both, a big lot of patternsat these prices $1.25, $1.50, $1.65, $1.7o, $1.98, $2.50, $3.00. Lare Curtains A SDecial value at 89c per pair. Ask to see this Curtain. Muslin Curtains 59c, 69c, 79, 89c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per pair. Curtain Materials at 10c, UVzc, 15, 25c and 50c yard. PERRY c& CAMP. ?5 North Main Street Barre. Vermont ttttzttitxiittttttxtxttxxt x Danger of Mail Order Buying Some mail-order houses are reliable. They keep their promises; but the cost of doing a mail-order business is enormous, and mail-order prices are NOT A PENNY LOWER THAN OURS. Besides, if anything goes wrong with an article you buy by mail, you are a long way from headquar ters and may be greatly inconvenienced before you can get it fixed. The chief danger of mail order buying is that it gets you in the jiabit of shopping through the cata log without investigating local prices. You are sure to lose by following that plan. For your own interest, we request that you ask our prices and see our stock before you spend real money by mail. If we can't give you most for your money, we don't want you to spend it here. Six Unusual Rugs In the large shipment of Rugs which we con tracted for for spring, are six patterns which we would like every one of our friends to see. They are the newest creations of the American h mills and are wonderful in their texture, quality and color. Our spring display includes practically every kind of modern Rug m common sizes. Visit our show room as you would an exhibit. Look around com pare prices and patterns, and, especially, look for bargains. See 100 Carpet-Size Rugs count them dis- 1 i 1 1 II piayea upon our new aajustaoie arm rug racK opens like a book. Select Your Wall Paper by seeing it in the roll. Do not be satisfied with a book sample. Come here for your Wall Papers, where you will find the largest stock in this vicinity by the roll for immediate delivery. TALK OF THE TOWN B. W. Hooker & Company, Members Vermont Funeral Directors' and Embalmers'- Association RED CROSS HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Only Ambulance in the City Used Exclusively for Sick and Accident Cases. 'Phone 87-11 Black Chip Hats! For middle aged ladles. Come early if you wish one. Price 59c Mrs. W. F. Shepard Rain rout tit Knight's. ' , "Onyx" hoo sale day at Fitts' Twenty-five cent silk bby bonnet at Abbott's. Mrs. Nelson-Church, correct millinery, is located over Barre limes of lice. Wednesday will be doughnut and cookie day at Mrs. (love's. Cull 159-12 Photographs and pictures of any kind neatly framed at the C. Bail studio, turner building. C. (J. Karris went to St. Albans to-day to till a two nights' engagement for the IV. of C. nuutrelH, Mrs. Charles Xewhall, 121 Orange street, was operated upon at the City hospital yesterday. Whatt Spaulding glee club conceit, When? .Wednesday, April ltf. Where! Presbyterian church. II. Gale Dennett unloaded this morn int; another consignment of Cadillac cars from the Detroit factory. Mixa Mildred Cushion, who has been panning a tew days in the city, returned yesterday to Putnamsville. Miss Cora Bresaw of Montpelier spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J), Ladd of South liar re. A Hon was born to Mr. and Mrs. Har ley Kenerson, 10 Averill street, at the City hospital Sunday morning. Mrs. Kdna Kimball Arris will do trim- mini; and making over hats at her home, il Maple avenue. J el. lol-l. A musical and social will be held at the First Baptist church to-night, to which all are cordially invited. VXtXi Today and tomorrow are Onyx hos- ery days at the, McAVhorter Co. atoiv. three pairs of 50 cent hose for $1.00. Are you keeping in mind the S. H. S glee club concert at the Presbyterian church, April 16? Ticket, adults )c; children 10c. Lewis J. Brown, who has been spend ing the past few days in the city, re turned yesterday to his home at An dover, Mass. Miss Mabel M. Edwards, a student at the Johnson normal school, returned yes terday, after spending her vacation with Mrs. George Thompson on Green street. Notice! Those who ay suhject to taxation are warned that if they do not give in their lists on, or before April 20, they will be subject to assess ment. Mrs. H. Caleo, who has been visiting her brother, K. J. Maggiani of Shurtletf place, returned yesterday to her home in Burlington. Miss Kathreen Bergen, who has been visiting in the city for the past few days as the guest of friends on Mer chant street,- returned to-day to her home at Montpelier. Just arrived: Ivers Johnson bicycles and accessories; Persons saddle. 1'erry roller chain, gear 112, two-speed brake, 80 on low speeiL Come in and see the Ivers John! A. M. Flanders. The ladies of the Bedding M. E. church are asked to meet Thursday, April 17, to finish cleaning the church. It is asked that as many as possible attend, that the work may be completed. The new porter at the Buzzell hotel is James East of Burlington, and not J. S. Belloff of Syracuse, S. V., as stated in yesterday's paper. The latter was a guest at the hotel on Sunday. Millinery parlors for sale: Owing to ill health of owner, they must be Uis posed of and will be sold at a sacrifice. AH new goods. Emporium Hat Nhop; 2003 -North Main street, Barre, t Monday's arrivals at the Buzzell hotel were as follows: t. M. Moore, Burling ton ; G. A. Colburn, Burlington ; W. L. Sanders, Worcester, Mass.j K. W. Keefe, Worcester, Mass.; Stephen Ballon, Cor inth; W. L. Bums, Burlington; J. Black, Rutland. The first of the series of post-Lenten dances to be held under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus will be held in the Scampini building on Wednesday evening. Riley'a orchestra will furnisi music. This dance is an invitation af fair. Macabees! Regular review of Harmon hive, No. 1, will be held in the K. of P. hall Wednesday evening, April 16, at 7.30 o'clock. Initiations and refresh ments. All members -who have not paid March dues please come prepared to pay the same. , . The woman's association of the Con gregational church will meet in the ves try Wednesday at 2:30- p. m. The business meeting will be followed by a thimble party. Each member may bring a guest. Ketreslimcnts will be served and'a small silver colection taken. Harry Calcagni, manager of the Ital ian Athletic club, has completed arrange ments with Norwich university for game at Northfield on April 22, A re turn game with .Norwich is likely to be played in this city. The I. A. C. will open its season on Saturday, when it opposes (ioddard on the campus at the seminary. Because of the' illness of one of the important witnesses for the respondent, the case of State vs. Orin H. Hale of Barre was not started in Washington county court yesterday afternoon and was continued to the next term. 1 he witness was a former employe at the hotel Otis. ! I. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. 1. AliHOTT ic CO. A. J. AHHOTT At CO. A. T. ABBOTT CO. I If We Haven't What You Want It Won't Take Long to Get It Last week was a busy one, exceptionally so. Mr. Morse is now in New York looking after your special orders buying kinds that you called for last week that we did not have. By the time that you have had time to think twice he will be back ready to show you again some new kinds, some new ideas. There are beautiful Suits and Coats this spring and we have our share. You will find our garment line the largest in Washington county. We solicit your judgment and never coax a customer to buy. We appreciate a sale as much as anyone. Let us show you be fore you decide. New Ready-to-YVear Values We have so many new values in our Read-to-Wear department tlmt we only have space to mention them. We have just received a lot of' Children's Coats in blues, that are a little different, and In extra good values. Nearly every express is bringing new Coat values into the depart ment. We received today some spe cial new values in Ladies' full length Coats. Never were we ab'e td show so full a line of popular Coat values as we have at present. These are Coats where there a i only one of a kind, each one a good model, and still a little different than the ot ti er. If you are not ready to buy and want to see the new styles, come in and try them on. Many people do not care for the new ciit of Coat at first, but after they have seen them on, and get a little ac customed to them, the style appeals to them as the best they have seen for many seasons. You should see this line of popular Coats. Black Cat Hosiery This Black Cat Hosiery comes in all sixes for all member of the fam ily, in black, tan and colors. We carry a large line of both black and tan. . Our Black Cat Hosiery trade near ly doubled last year and we expect as good an increase this season. Th! following you should examine, for they re better than ordinary I lore. Children's Black Cats in light, heavy and medium weights, all at 25c per pair, Ladie Black Cut Hose in all weights. Ask to see 840, our special, in black or 841 in tan at 25c. Black Cat Hose in extra sines, sec eral. new qualities that show a big improvement over last season s style. Black Cat Silk Hose at 50c, nlo the better Silk Hose, that will giv. you a trade at the price of $100. Gloves Have jou ever tried Dent's Glove? If not you have yet to see the best Kid Glove sold at the price. Thi is not our recommend. It comes to us from those who have liandlcd theifT for years, a their very best Gloves. Hats Hats for misses and children in new spring style. These sell at from 50: to 92-50 each. Popular prices are 50c and 98c This is the best line that we hove ever had. Babies' Silk and Murlin Bonnets at 25c 50 , 75c, and $100 that are ."0 per cent, better than last sea Bon. Our S5e Bonnet is the equal of 50c values. t : t t t On account of floods and rainy weather, the New Idea Pattern people have given us an exten sion of 15 days more to sell yearly subscriptions to the New Idea Magazine at 30c for the whole year. This offer delivers them to you at our store. The regular mailing price is $1.00 per year. You save that 70c by calling at our store for your magazines. Remember that you have them for a year from the time you start your subscription. One week from Saturday closes this 30c price. The Daylight Store X x I ! 4 TALK OF THE TOWN at How land Block. Barre Big hosiery sale at Fitts. Nemo corsets at Abbott's. "Onyx" hose sale day at Pitts. Ideal house dresses at Knight's. See the waists on sale Wednesday Vaughan's. Mrs. Nelson-Church, correct millinery, is located over Barre Times office. A few of those covert top coats from the McWhorter Co., at low prices. Sale on ladies' waist Wednesday at 79c, 05c, 11.11), and 11.35 at Vaughan's. Still want about 40 more head of cat tle to turn out. Anything you want to sell? II. J. Smith,' City Market. G. Tidci of North Seminary street returned to Barre last night, after spending two weeks at his former home in Quincy, Mass. Notice! Those who are subject to taxation are warned that if they do not give in their lis on or before j April 20, they will be subject to assess ment. TALK OF THE TOWN Regular meeting of Court Barre, I. O. F., Thursday evening, April 17, at 7:30 o'clock, in Scampini block. Impor tant. Ber order of Frank Caslani. Tool Sharpeners, Notice 1 The retrular monthly meeting of T. S., No. 2. G. C. I. A., will bti held in the carpenters' hall, Nichols block, Wednes day evening, April 16, at 7 o'clock. J. v.. vvyue, eec. If you haven't all the business you want, adver tise in The Times SUMMER PREPARATIONS Our showing of OIL STOVES will appeal to those contemplating the purchase of a practical and economical stove for all cooking purposes. Guaran teed in every way. Get our prices before bujing on Standard Blue Flame Stoves G, N. KENYOfi & CO.'S CASH BARGAIN STORE Arthur .1. Langton of Bethel was ar raigned before Judge H. W. Scott in city court this forenoon on an intoxi cation charge. It was the respondent's first oirense, and on his plea of guilty, the court imposed a fine of $- and costs of $4.30. Langton arranged to pay. He was arrested around 9 o'clock last night by Officer E. L. McLeod. The funeral of Mrs. Sena White, who died yesterday in Montpelier, will be held from her late home to-morrow morning at 1) o'clock, after which the body will be taken to laterbury for a second funeral at the Congregational church at 2 p. m. Mrs. White was the daughter of Joseph and Mary Hutchin son, late of Waterbury. The proposed trip of the Barre Ath letic .club to Middlebury Saturday to open the bum-ball season has been aban doned by the management of the dub. The B. "A. C. wil not open its season until a week from Saturday, when it will face some strong aggregation in this section. Practice will be held daily for the coming few weeks in anticipation of developing the green material. , A very pleasant surprise was tendered Mrs. James Mackie. 13 Richardson street, last evening, when lady friends. EAST BARRE. tion degree. Regular meeting of Wu chosen tribe, No. 19, on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock sharp. Work, adop- The treat sachem will be present. served. Corn nd venison will be (Reliable Seeds! I ! We have received newj ! seeds in bulk and packages j ! from two of the most reliable j j seed houses : D. M. Ferry & j I Co.'s Standard Seeds; Jerome j B. Rice Co. of Cambridge, j jN.Y. j S Rice's Onion Sets will ar-1 Leave z rive in a few days. your order now. j Bulk Golden Bantam Sweet j ! Corn, Champion of England, J j American Wonder and I Knott's Excelsior Peas ; Black ! m ft Wax Beans, Nasturtium j Seeds in bulk ; Sunflower j Seeds, 10c lb. ! We also have Flower Seeds j Black Cat hoe at Abbott's. "Onyx" hose sale day at Kitta". The Arts and Crafts club will meet to-night with Miss Bemice W!hitconib. One dollar and a half per pair, tillt hose, for $1.50 at Fitts. A complete line of Laniaon 4 Hub bard and 'Stetson hats from the Mc WJiorter Co. , . Fred K. Bailey left yesterday for Springfield, Mass., where he will visit friends for a few days. Arthur Bullock of Fast Calais has en tered the employ of the Berry Auto Co., at its garage otf aslnngton street. A good time is assured those who at tend the musicale and social to-night bv the Baraca class of the First Baptist church. James Stewart of Central street re turned last night from Newport, N. H., where he has been visiting for several days. Miss Mabel Maszolini ot Kanuoipn is passing a tew days in trie city at tiie home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Milano of Granite street. Miss Carrie Willey returned this morning to her home in Georgia, after spending several days with friends in the city. Isaac Sirkin, proprietor of the Elite dry goods store on Cottage street, left last night, for New York, where he will make a business visit ot several days. llliam Daniels of St. Albans ar rived in the city this morning and commenced work in the Landers Cigar Emporium, succeeding John Gauthier, who is confined to his home in Mont pelier with paralys. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Suitor, who have been spending several days in 1'rovi- dence, R. I., are passing a few davs with the former's brother, Fri'd W. Suitor of Washington street, before re turning home to Graniteville. J. Henry Denning of Park street leaves to-night tor i'eru, .lnd., where lie will join the Hagenbeck-Wallace circus for the season, playing with the big show's B0-piece band. Mrs. Denning will pass the summer in Barre. The Vecchia Filodramatic Co., which is to close its season in Barre April 25 with the three-act drama, "The Spy," or "After the Wari" is making arrange ments to present the piece in several other Vermont towns and cities. On the itinerary already mapped out by the promoters, appear the names of Hardwick. Rutland, Xorthfield and Beth el. In at least two of the towns. Rut- j land and Bethel, a company of Barre Italian players has never appeared. Ac-1 cording to the program, the piece will be given in Hardwick May 10. in Rut land the following Saturday night, and i in Bethel on the evening of May 24. Extensive preparations are under way ; for the out-of-town performance and daily rehearsals are held for the piece as it is to be given in the opera house one week from next Saturday night. There are sirty people in the company. TALK OF THE TOWN Wednesday, April 10, and all this week, sale on ladies' waists at Vaughan's. Miss Hortense Knight of Hill street, who has been attending the New Eng land Conservatory of Music, Boston, ar rived in the city last night to pass a few months at her home. . Guy Johnson, who has been visiting as the guet of relatives on Orange street for several days, returned today to his home at Littleton, X. IL, for a few days' visit before returning to Tufts Dental college, Boston. There will be a social entertainment following thm regular business meeting of the Royal Arcanum on Friday night this week in the Blanchard building. At the meeting there are expected to be several initiations. R, E. Henderson of Wells River, pro prietor of the Pavilion and Dreamlanl theatres of this city, will soon reopen the old Savoy theatre in Montpelier. Mr. Henderson has workmen engage! now in making the alterations for its opening. Mr. and Mrs. William Ewen an.l daughters, Mina and Mary, of Glenwood avenue, left last night for San Fran cisco, Cal., where they will make their permanent residence." Mr. and Mr-. Ewen have two sons who reside at Sun Francisco. TALK OF THE TOWN Latest in garments at Abbott's. Kimona percale aprons at Knights, Buy your "Onyx" hosiery at Fitts'. Casey Jones is back at the throttle! ' Watch' the "Four Willies," at the Pa vilion Wednesday evening. Notice! Those who are subject to taxation are warned that if they do not give in their li.ts on or before April 20, they will be subject to assesv merit. EAST BARRE. Don't forget the hoboes' convention and dance at the East Barre opera house April 18. All the latest songs, joke, and stump speeches of the day. Dane ing until 2 a. m. Imperial orchestra. Entertainment 10c, dance 50c. All 'nra cordiallv invited. GRANITEVILLE. The I. (,). O. V., M. V. of Granitevilla will meet to-morrow night (Wednesday) at 7:30 o'clock. There will be an entertainment in the Wcbstervillo Baptist church Tuesdnj evening. A splendid program is beinj prepared, after which a social hour will be spent. There will be on sale aprons of all kinds, home-made candy, sand wiches and coffee. Come and enjoy the evening. Admission, 10c. Commencing Tuesday, April 15th the creamery will be open every week day evening until 9 o'clock until , further notice. Dairy L. B. DodCfC Creamery 300 North Main Street, Barre, Vermont Telephone 33-W Board of Trade. The annual meeting of the city of Barre Board of Trade will be held in th Vincitia club rooms. Warn hard block. ! Tuesday evening, April 15, at 7:30 p. m. Business, election of officers and reports of committees. Chas. II. Wiihart, Clerk. from Mandeville & the i. o. o. u. m. v., met t her home, I Rochester, N. Y. seemingly for busuirs. The same busi-1 ! nesa being quickly tlispofted of, Mr, j Markie was then presented a handsome i little handha?. as a token nf F. L. and i T-. to hih she very fittingly repondel ! The prewntation was made by Mr. J.I! Srott- Kefrehment were served and,! the remainder of the evening n plms-'i antlr fwj with music, mng and story. M ft Annual convocation of Granite chapter. No. 2fl. R.I A. M- will be held Tin-s-day evening at 7 o'clock. Reports and election of of ficers. Refreshments. GOOD VALUES On Salmon! Columbia River Red Salmon in k lbs 10c Fancy Pink Sa'mon, in tall cans 10c Fancy Alaska Salmon, 1-lb. tins 15c Alaska Red Salmon, tall cans 18c Steak Salmon in 1-lb. flat cans 25c Salt Salnion, whole fish, per pound 10c Cucumbers 25c and Stated convention of Viiwit.a lodge, Xo, 10. T"Hy evening at 7:30. j Work, rank of pae. Fresh Splridi, per peck Fresh Rhubarb, Radishes, Tomatoes Post Toasties absolutely free with one package of Grape Nuts r.t rejir.lar price. 3 packages Puffed Wheat for 25c 2 packages Pulled Rice for 25c Brin? in yrur coupons for Puffed Wheat or Rice. day. Reir.cmber, we have a. fresh supply of Fish every Fin;i.m H.nddies that can't be beat. F.D.L ADD COMPANY i