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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRK, VT., SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
5 A Word in Regard to Curtains MARQUISETTE, ETAMINE, VOILE, SCRIMS, LACE AND MUSLINS We have never shown such a variety of Curtains. You are going to need Curtains. We can save you money. Let us show you. Marquisette Curtains at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50, White or Ecru. Etamine Curtains at $1.98, $2.50 and $3.00, White or Ecru. Scrim Curtains at $1.50, $1.98, $2.75, $3.00 and $3.50 Lace Curtains A special value at 89c per pair. Muslin Curtains at 69c, 79c, 89c and $1.25 per pair, Curtaining by the yard at 10c, 15c, 25c and 50c yard TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY . 75 North Main Street CAMP Barre, Vermont 67 New Rugs Your living room rug could go into the dining room or up stairs. And now in the fresh days of spring you can make the whole house seem renewed by adding a new rug to replace the worn one that's most seen. Proper Economy It's true economy to buy a new rug right now. Your family will get added pleasure from the changed appearance of the home. You have a big range from which to select. You buy in advance of the price increase makers sched ule for fall. Examine these rugs anyhow. Don't buy if you don't feel like it. But it's an opportunity. Fresh Air Helps Babies "Take your baby riding in his go-cart every fine day. Keep him out as long as pos sible." This advice came from a physician. Your baby thrives on fresh air. It builds up sturdy lit tle body and gives him a foun- H dation for his later manhood. The Right Go-Cart Get him a go-cart with springs that do not jar his spine -one that looks well and runs lightly. jf It's important to have a go-cart you can handle easily rl alone. H You have 15 styles from which to select here. No two exactly alike. You can be exclusive without paying extra. It's poor economy to wait until the end of the season to buy the cart you ought to use now every day. New lot of collar and cud sets at Abbott'. Nineteen cent gauze vent', Saturday at 12 Vif each at Vauglian's. Remember the United Fruit Store re ceive strawberries twice a day. Ten cent each, a special sale of buck towels at 1'erry's on Saturday. II. M. Farnham will leave Montpelicr for Chicago tonight to buy horses, Thirty-iiino cents a pair. A special value on lace curtains at Perry on Saturday, Frozen pudding delivered by the quart, or at our fountain, Saturday, Drown Drug More. One dollar and nineteen cents, spe cial sain of bed spreads at Perry's on Saturday. l)r. J. II. Wbortrun will spetu to .urs. Shepard's class of fourteen at the Con gregational Sunday school tomorrow. Watch for further notice of the Orange Lumber company s big closing-out sale. Complete outfit, including eleven horses, will bo sold at auction. Dananas, bananas, bananas! Special for Saturday, best bananas 20c a dozen 18 for 25c j 15c a dozen, or 20 for 25c, at United Fruit Store, 70 North Main street. The L. C. B. A. will hold the first of a eerieB of 500 and whist parties in the K. of C. hall Tuesday evening. Apri! 20. Admission, 15c. Dancing and re freshments. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jackson and daughter, who had been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Jackson, for several weeks, returned to their home in Burlington yesterday. Come to the Congregational church May 1 and hear the lecture with ster eoiitieon view on "Mv Trip Abroad," by Mr. Edwards, also a musical program and refreshments. Adults, 20c; all school pupils, inc. j J. t. .sadlier, fcim street, nau just received 24 different patterns of Cooks celebrated printed linoleums, which he is offering at tempting- prices, pending re moval to his nw store in the vorthen building, corner of Main street and Keith avenue. The pupils of the four upper grades at the Lincoln school building set out two trees on the school grounds yester day afternoon and also cleaned up the lawn with rakes and hop in a manner much to the credit of pupils and teach ers. Friday evening, Miay 2, the various squads of the loy scouts in thm city will gather at the opera hous to give demonstration of their work. t lie work will consist of first aid calls, fire drills, parallel bar exercises, tumbling and pyramid work. The boy scouts sre making extensive preparations lor me demonstration and intend to make the event one of the most successful in their annals. For several weeks past the scout have been training under the watchful eye of Scout Master Milne, with an able corps of assistants. The scouts from now on will devote eirnest practice to the demonstration by work outs in the Church street gymnasium. A. P. ABBOTT k CO. j A. I. ABBOTT & CO, j A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT U CO. , . w Thin Wash Goods j ' If you can be satisfied by selecting from a' small assortment, then it matters l 1111-1 V . -V A 1 Ji 1 J 1 J T but nttie wnere you trade, it, nowever, you want to see a large assortment, practi- j cally everything on the market that is good, why then come see our assortment. Our stock at this time is at its best. Later several styles will be closed out. We call your attention to Muslins and Medium-Weight Goods, suitable to make summer dresses, lin ens for summer, Tailored Suits,, Imitation Linen in colors for inexpensive work. The following should appeal to you at this time. i Wash Goods Here is a new cloth called a Russian Corded Etamine, in Navy, Light Blue and Black Stripes, at 25c per yard. Here is a purchase of Primula Cloth in an assortment of Foulard designs a cloth that looks like s'lk and has the wear of imported satines. These new cloth3 now at 25c per yard. You won't find them in other stores, and they are some of our best. New lot of Satin Stripe Poplins in Russet, Amethyst, Lilac, Garnet, Navy, Brown, Black and White. These lend style that plain poplins do not have, and while they cost us more we are to sell them at the same price as the plain 25c per yard. New lot of Appleton 88-inch Colored Voiles in Pink, Lavender, Light Blue and Tan. These at 25c per yard will compare with any 89c Voile. The Elite .) clove pitting We received tins' week those Elito Petticoats, in a variety of styles and qualities. Those of you who have had this Petticoat know how well they tit and how good a quality of material that is put into them. We can surely give you one of the bent Petticoat values'in black at 8125 that you can find anywhere. At 91.35 is an Elite Petticoat that is made from a fine quality Italian serge. At $200 is a good value- in a fine mercerized Petticoat. The fea ture of the Petticoats is the extra good glove-fitting top, and then there is no placket to gap. At $2 50 we have another lot of that fine Italian Serye Petticoats that we have had a very large de mand for. See this Petticoat value. In the silk Petticoats we can give you a large variety of colors at the popular prices. Fine Tailored Suits and Skirts 40-inch Ramie Linens in Light Blue, Natural, Heliotrope, Pink, Old Rose, Wisteria and Tan, at 55c per yard. These will appeal to you as the best this season. Economy Linen, 33 inches wide, in Alice Ulue, Tan and White, at 15c per yard. Bed font Cords in Tan, Navy and Lavender, a good cloth for tailored skirts, 25c per yard. Rontex Snowdake Suiting for tail ored suits, just in gray, at 5e per yard. Uontex Romper Galatea, this new doth at 15c per yard. Ratynette in Light Blue, Alice Blue, Navy, Reseda Green, Pink and White. Thin cloth at 18c per yard j is the equal of most 2c cloths. G. C. I. A. Meeting. A regular meeting of the Barre branch f the G. C. I. A. of A. will be held in Mile hall. Una ruinione regolnre dell' unione degli scalpellini (Branch di Barre) avra' lougo nella sala di Miles. Mon- ay evening, April 28, at 7 o'clock. An gus, McDonald, secretary. 1 We have just made a large addition to our Button Machine by purchasing a full new set of dies and., moulds for half-round buttons from size 12 up to 45. We also make at Buttons from 16 to 40. These new half-round buttons are what the ladies seem to want. ? The Daylight Store j SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES Times and Places of Worship and Subjects of Sermons ! Good Things! To Eat For Saturday If you want a Chicken, or j der it early! 1 : Chicken Lobsters, lb. ...25c! ! Shell Clams. r.k 50c! j Oysters, per pint 20c j ine uyster season is aDoutj B. W. Hooker & Company, Members Vermont Funeral Directors' and Embalmers' Association RED CROSS HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Only Ambulance in the City Used Exclusively for S'.ck and Accident Cases. 'Phone 87-11 Carload of Mattresses! Carlosd of those Celebrated Mattresses just arrived. Also Beds and Springs. Get our prices. Tel., 229-1 M. J. Whitcomb. East Barre S over for this year, ! Whole Haddock, lb., I Finnan Haddie, lb. I J 20-lb. kegs of Tripe $1.00 .8c-10c 12c! I ! Beef Sausage, 2 lbs 25c! J Green Mt. Brand Sausage, j I per lb loci : itoasi rorK or rorK. unops, s ! per lb 15c to 20c! i Fresh Cucumbers Radishes Ripe Tomatoes Asparagus Rhubarb Lettuce Spinach Dandelions Celery Parsley j White Native Parsnips, lbs. for 25c Saturday I I i TS V-V, I J. Juicy Florida Oranges, per I ! Grape Fruit are good this week 3 for 25c I 9 I dozen 48c! C.nifnma irnrfroa 1 ft tnr ! Granulated Sugar, per lb.. .5cl j Garden Seeds, per paper.. 3c i i union oeis, vmy, qi. ...iac Rice's Telephone Peas, per ! lb. 13c I Saturday Sale! We offer a combination Bath Room Mirror and Glass Shelf that could not be duplicated for $2.25, at a price that will surprise you. Strictly High-Grade Goods, from regular stock. This Is Our Offer 1 12x20 White Enameled Framed Mirror with Heavy French Plate Glass 1 20-in. Glass Shelf (ground edges and polished) FOR SATURDAY ONLY at $1.47 THERE IS A LIMITED QUANTITY so ACT QUICK C. N. KENTON & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE i I ANOTHER CARLOAD OF; PII f CTITTIJV'C Y Y Y V I j; FLOUR j !Per barrel $6,001 1 1 Now is the time to buy flour, j Prnse' Rrpnrl ft lnaroa 9!!l ; Double 1 lp 1 op, or Butter any-; I I Bread, per loaf 10cS Is (The largest loaf and the ibest Bread to be had ,. where.) Fruit Bread Saturday . . .lOcj STry our Berwick Fruit Cake.j I iiiui iauy ane, pound,; j I has 'em all beat. j Rosebud Sponge Cake, ea., 10c! : ! : ! Telephone vour orders earlv I i j please, and we will give you prompt delivery i PHONE 400 mum i - Mission in Worthen Hall at 10:30 and 7 p. m. Italian Mission, Brook street Sunday school at 3 p. w. Mission Union Sunday School, South Barre Meets every Sunday. Swedish Mission, on Brook street Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. At 7 p. m., preaching service. AH Scandinavians in vited. Worth Bam Methodist Chapel Dea conesses in charge, Marion Wilson and Teresa Lanyon. Sunday school at 3 o'clock to-morrow. St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, WehsterviUe W. J. M. Ueattie, rector. Evening prayer and semion at 3 o'clock. Sunday school at 2 p. m. The Church of the Oood Shepherd W. J. M. Beattie, rector. Holy com munion at 8 a. in. Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30. Sunday school at 11:60. Kvening prayer and sermon at 7 o'clock. First Presbyterian Church, Granite ville Service at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 11:4"). Evening service at o'clock. Morning subject, "Conversion. Evening subject, "Joseph, a Type of Christ." St Monica's Church Mass at 8 o'clock. Children's mass at 9 o clock j celebrant, Rev. Fr. Griffin. Parish mass at 10:30 o'clock. Catechism at 3 p. m. Rosary and benediction at 4 p. m. Bap tisms at 4 p. in. Christian Science Church Service at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meet- inir at 7:30. To these services all are welcome. The reading room is open Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p. in., 7 Summer street. Berlin Congregational Church Rev. Frank Blomtield, pastor. Service at l():4."i a. in. sermon topic, "The Value of Faith." Sunday school at noon. Young people's meeting at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:45 p. m. at the parsonage. East Barre Congregational Church New pews have been introduced and an apropriate service, with special mu sic, will be held at 10:31) a. m. ; topic, "The Business of the Church. Sun-1 day school at 11:4.1. Christian Endeav or service at 7 p. m. Baptist Church of Websterville Rob ert L Caster, pastor. Morning service, 10:30; subjuct, "Brotherly Ixve a Test of the New Relation to Christ." Bible school at 11:30. Junior meeting at 3 d. m.: seniors at 6:20 p. m. Evening service at 7 o'clock. Regular prayer; and Vraise service at 7 o clock Thursday evening. First Baptist Church George IL Holt, pastor. Morning service at 10:30; sub ject, "The Proof of a Tree." Nunday school at 12; aubject, "Joseph Sold into Eirrnt." Junior band at 3 o clock. 1 hris- tiHii Endeavor at 6: subject, "Bible Wrrk at Home and Abroad." Acts 17i 1-12. Evening service at 7 o'clock; sub' jeot, "ReientaiKift" I "raver meeting on Thursday nijrht at 7:3"; subject, "Christ's Words Concerning Himself." First Presbyterian Church lJuncan Salmond, pastor. Preaching service at 10:30 a. m.; subject of sermon, "pir- itual Worship. Sunday school at 12 m. Junior Christian Endeavor at 3 p. in. Evening worship at 7 o'clock; subject. "How the Weak May Be Stronger Than Samson." Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. will be the regular monthly missionary meeting: subj.-ct, "Work of the Prevbyterian Church in India.' Salvation Array C IL Brant, captain. "Sunday meetings 1:30 p. m.. children's meeting; 3 and 8 p. m.. the captain mill o'wm La I If An ih -Arlr and viait I of the congress In Roetin. All are invit- ed to these meeting. To-ai?ht at 7:45. ! open-air meeting, followed br a short tmm,J meeting in the halL Monday and Wednesday, at 8 p. m., meetings. Ocn eral Bramwell Booth has set Sunday, April 27, as a day of prayer throughout the work, especially to pray lor inina. It is hoped a large number will join in this work. Universalist Church John B. Reardon, minister. Preaching service at 10:30; sermon by Rev. J. Edward Wright of Montpelier. Bible study at 12; subject, "Joseph Sold into Egypt." Devotional meeting of the Young People's Chris tian union in the parlor of the vestry at 7; subject, "Being and Doing." The music for the day will include: Organ, "Andante Grar.ioso," M?rktJ, "Chorus from 'Elijah, Mendelssohn; quartet, "Rejoice in the Lord, All Ye People," Navello, "The King of Love My Shep herd Is," Shelley; solo by Dr. Jarvis, "If With All Your Hearts," fro. "Elijah," Mendelssohn. Hsdding Methodist Episcopal Church E. F. Newell, pastor. Morning worship, with sermon by Rev. C. 8. Nutter, D. D., at 10:30; topic, "Simnlw Addition." Sunday school at 12; graded lessons and "Joseph Sold into Egypt." Kpworth league at 6; topic, "The Italians in America. Kegniar evening service at 7; address by Dr. Nutter; subject, "Re ligion First." The notices for the week include: Tiweday evening, regular class meeting; Mrs. Pirie, leader Wednesday evening, Sunday school board meeting. Thursday evening, church prayer meet ing, led by the acting pastor. Friday evening, meeting of the boy scouts; E. J. Newhall, scout master. Congregational Church J. W. Harnett, pastor. 10:3C a. m., worship and ser mon; subject, "The Sabbath and thej Sanctuary." 12 m., Sunday school; classes for all. C:45 p. m., V. P. S. C. E. ; topic, "Mission Work at Home and Abroad. IV Bible Work." Acts 17:1-12. 7 p. m., praise service, with a short talk by the pastor. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.. midweek meeting; topic, "The Penalty of Folly," Matt. 25:1-13. In the morn ing the choir will aing W. W. (iilchrist's anthem, "Except the Lord Build the House," and G. A. Lohe's arrangement of "But the Lord Is Mindful of His Own," by Mendelssohn. The response to prayer will be "In the Cross of Christ," by Conkey. The organ numbers will be "Offrrtoiris" and "Postlude," bv Batiste. In the evening, Miss Glee Wood will sing, "He Ix-adeth Me," by Ashford and there will be a duet for contralto and bass. "The Lord la My Light," by Dud ley Buck. TALK OF THE TOWN Mrs. Nelson-Church, correct millinery, is located over Barre Times office. Saturday sale on men's working and dress shirts; regular 00c, on Saturday at 20c. Saturday only at the New York Bargain House. , Saturday sale on men's working and dress shirts; regular 50c, on Saturday t ze. :aturday only at the New iork Bargain House. Match for further notice of the Orance Lumber company's big closing-out sale. Complete outfit, including eleven horses, will be sold at auction. TALK OF THE TOWN See Abbott's new 40c silks. Forty-six inch flemish linen at Ab bott's. Voile flouncings special 49c and 59c ud. at Vaughan's. . P. Durkee. painter and paper bang er, 213 South Main street. Tel. 421-21. All pure linen damask, 72 inches wide. fine white in several pretty patterns at 79c a yard at Perry's on Saturday. Auction sale of millinery this evening at 7 o'clock. 200ii North Main street. Closing out sale. See ad., page 7. C. F, Smith, auctioneer. BARRE OPERA HOUSE A GALA MUSICAL EVENT Monday, April 28 WERBA & LUESCHER WILL PRESENT THE KOSE 'MAID the opera which enjoyed a two-season engagement at the GLOBE THEATRE, New York City, through its CAPTI VATING MUSIC, DELICIOUS COMEDY, TASTEFUL SET TING and GORGEOUS GOWNS, and was proclaimed by all who witnessed this operetta of fun and fashion as "PRET TIER THAN ITS SISTER OPERA, "THE SPRING MAID." A COMPANY OF 75, INCLUDING EVELYN STEWART, ARTHUR BURCKLY AND BOND AND MOORE SPECIAL ORCHESTRA OF 12 2 CARLOADS OF SCENERY SEE "THE KUTE KIDDIE" AND "A ROSEBUD GARDEN OF GIRLS," EACH A FASHION PLATE . Positively guaranteed as the bifnrest and best mu sicarattraction of the season. PRICES 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 Positively guaranteed as the biggest and best musical attraction of the season. Seat sale at 7 Thursday night at Kendrick's and Buswell's. Members of Granite City camp, Xo. WiHrt. are requested to meet at the hall on Sunday, April 27, at 1 :30 p. m., to attend the funeral of our lat neighbor. A. Retelli. K. Anderson, consul; A. J. Loranger, e'erk. YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN Ar rr t'Jr FPOKICFEriNO, SHORT HAND. TYFEWHITLNtf AM) STENOTf PY at Um mm ptps&riwa tnr ror-t psaaittma whir mil tmrmrm for tawm. TH 6 wssiikI ftr wr (-trfvsj rrmut m rrmte tkmm the tmrmr mnm Mim for r!iKw. CAfcNIiX HOIT. A!Wir. K. X. Extra Good Values Full Cream Dairy Cheese, per lb 24c Young America Cheese, per pound 26c Gorgonzola Cheese, per lb 40c Roquefort, Edam, Pimento and Cream Cheese in tin foil. Speedwell Farm Cheese in 10c, 15c and 25c jars. Sponge Cakes, fresh every day, only 10c Fresh Walnut, Light and Dark Fruit, Citron and Plain Loaf Cakes, per lb 18c It is Ladd's Cream Bread that has the real value. Vegetable Seeds from reliable growers, package. . .3c Our Bulk Seeds are all new Seeds and include all the best known varieties. Another lot of Grape Fruit, & for 25c Smaller Grape Fruit, 4 for 25c California Navel Oranges, 16 for 25c MONDAY SPECIAL On Monday afternoon and evening we shall sell from our Fish Department window Blue Label Brand of String Beans, the kind that taste as just picked from the garden a 15c value, for this sale, per can only 10c. F.D.L ADD COMPANY