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VT., THURSDAY, MAV 1. 1913.
THE BAH RE DAILY TIMES, HARIIE, 6 V Good Clothes Hats and Toggery This store has a reputation for sell ing the best of clothes, and we have gained it by giving every customer no matter what price he may pay for his clothes a little more than" he is apt to expect. A better grade of materials a little greater variety to choose from. A certain, sure style the ablest workmanship thoroughly satisfactory fit. Then by showing our willingness to make good anything that might go wrong. These are the basic principles of our business and they apply equally to every thing we sell, whether it is a Suit or Spring Coat, at $15.00, $20.00, $25.00, at $30.00, at $35.00, or at $40.00. Test our clothes service and our good clothes, and you'll become a permanent patron ! Lamorey Clothing Co., Your. fr Better Things to Wear. RANDOLPH Mrs. E. N. Rising Died Yesterday After Three Year' Illness. Mia. K. X. Uhwjt. who had been ill fur several weeks, died at 7 o'clock n Vedneduv morning. For nveral days she. had seemed moio comfortable, but deatli came middeiily. mid she re lieved from lirr Buffering whii'h ha been intense. Three years ago Mrs. HUing begun to fail in health, but the cauo of her illness has never been determined by the physician. Her especial suffer ing was from "distressed breathing, not being able to lie down but compiled to it in her ehair most of the time. De ceased is survived by her husband and one son. Mrs. lining was one of the most active members of the Uaptiwt eliureh here for many years, and she ., tn i.- (i.- iii tlm elnirch. Mie was also well known throughout the state as a Relief Corps member, having been department president of the state organization, and hail served aiso m many other omces in inc state mm no"" corp. In tliis work she was very mm-.. interested anil was inongm iu thority upon all points of the order. The funeral will he held on Friday at her home nt 2 oVlock. Her son. Jjpwiiu Rising, of Providence, R. 1., has been summoned and is expected to arrive and I,..- tmtnr.in-luw. Mir. A.N. (i-nver of Lawrence, Dr. Bruce of Brattleboro, a brother, with whom she passed a couple of weeks in the early spring. .Mr. anil .irs. rraii. jwunum have been in Boston and vicinity for the oaf i ti-.t mull th returned liome on Tues day eaving .Mrs. Ketchum's sister, Mrs. Horner, somewhat improvcu hi m-wim after a long illness. Dr. C. J. Runirili, who was lately op erated upon for a gall bladder trouble, ....... ..1.1- ... 1, nnt.nf rlio Nanitorillm IS illitr hum; .v i; " " - and on Wednesday night left here with 1 I AS- 1 If.... V VV Mr. Kuninll ami .nr. ami .-wis. Tewksbury for York Beach, where they ...Ml ..,.. ..... 4 li ifttliian n f the latter for Will W. lf t.m . wv.wv - . several days while the doctor is gaming His strength, preparatory io reiu"i" his practice. "The I'rrniaiit," an opereua given v local talent in the music hall on Tues dir eveiiini?. was well attended and gave general satisfaction. The net pro ceeds of the same is inoiigni 10 oe $'0. only half of which will. go to the oand. William B. Buck, proprietor of the Buck Millinerv fetotfe in Salem, N. H., entertained on Wednesday by -Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Import. WAITSFIELD - A STRENUOUS CAMPAIGN is being carried on by the CIO ARMAKERS' UNION' against the TOBACCO TRUST, in order to drive their Child-Labor Cigars out of the market. If ever the Trust gains control, the smokers will be compelled to take anything the Trust gives them, at any price they wish to charge the same as coal, beef, .oil, etc. A Union-Made Cigar means highest quality in material, workmanship and cleanliness of manufacture. For vour own protection and the protection of a New England in dustry w:hosc operatives earn and spend millions of dollars annually ri'ht here at home, SELECT YOUR CIGARS FROM BOXES BEARING THE CIGARMAKKRS' BLUE LABEL. ' . THIS UNION LABEL IS BOOMING NEW ENGLAND. dlSXuiorttf of ito Cii fcutomr bnamaOnrul Uuoo union-maao cigars. I7ht (ttrMri lUKOHlMWlMlltliMMMi (! iniMUtwds'inintixnu wo" oa g,!JT tt.. e i a nn ' inl At thimi ucuSlll (aga '"JI vtpiiai .Mjiiiiwa mini ' CM lj LOOK FOR THIS LABEL IN BLUE ON EVERY BOX OF CIGARS PERRY & NOON AN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders For Furniture Undertaken and Licensed Embalmers, Depot Sqnare, Barr Telephone Connection' Store, 425-1 Mr. Perry. 425-2 Mr. Noenan, 5-S Headquarters for Best Quality MMk and Cream Creamery Butter, Fresh Eggs and Ice Cream. A Limited Supply of Fancy Maple Sugar and Syrup. Dairy L. B. DO(l(je Creamery Soo North Main Street, Barre, Vermont Telephone 33-W 7 mi mi Buy your Bread, Cakes, Ties, etc., here. Our products are distinguished for a high-grade quality that sets them in niches above ordinary bakeshop products. If you want satisfaction, this is where you will find it. Let us have your order. One trial will be convincing. THE PLACE THAT GREW FROM QUALITY k J 11! u& I; 1mm Jolin L. Baird has returned from White River Jiinctimi, where lie wa rulleJ by the serious illiies of hin son, KayinonU Baird. Walter II. Moriarty was in llontprlicr ier Jlonday and Tuesday. Oscar Katon, accompanied liy Mi. Katon and Mrs. Walter K. .loues, while jroinj: to Montpelier in hi car, broke an axl. No one was hurt. Rev. W. A. Remelc attended the Min isters' association meeting in Montpel ier Tuesday and wa accompanied by Mrs. Remele. The graduating class of the hijh school gave a party Tuesday niglit in the vcftry of the Congregational church, to their classmate. Merlin Ward, who enters Mt. Hermon school aoon. A pleas ant evening was spent. Promenading was enjoyed and light refreshment were served. Singing school will be resumed as usual next Tuesday evening. Harry W. Bidden was in Montpelier, Tuesday, also Middlesex, where he re ceived two carloads of. new automobile. O. .T. McAllister is reported not so well this week. Take Advantage of tba Parcel Post Your cigar dealer can probably supply you with Estabrook & Eaton Rockefellers. If he cannot, Send us $1.88 By postal or express monev order or mnc anH Will Old I i i i-tt "- ' send you by Parcel Post .Prepaid Anywhere in New England 25 ESTABROOK & EATON Rockefellers The most wonderful I OC Cigar in size and quality ever sold. ESTABROOK & EATON 211 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON Cigar Daalara for mort than SO Vaara AMUSEMENT NOTES Raincy's African Hunt Pictures at Opera House Monday and Tuesday. In the Paul J. Rainey African Hunt Pictures, which come to the opera house r,vt lomlav ami Tuesday, is shown one of the most marvellous motion pic- ... 1 . !. i turea ever taKen. n igveuis SOUTH CBOT T. O. Houghton returned from the hos jiital Monday. Urvis Shaw was in WaWen the first of the week, visiting his father. W. O. Southwick and K. M. Putnam were in (Jroton Monday and got four horses to run the road machine. T. II. Adams of Monroe is here run ningi the road machine.' (.'. X. Plumley has gone to Walden to work for Al Rogers. WASHINGTON. Washington lodge, No. 75, I. O. O. F.. and Crystal Spring Rebekah lodge are to give a public reception to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver King Friday evening at the whool house hall. All 'are cordially in vited to come and have a good time. The ease of Lyle Eastman was so serious that she wras taken to the sana torium at Randolph, and Tuesday her left leg was found to be so badly dis eased that it had to be amputated. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the family. EAST CABOT H. L. Houghton is in Sherburne, Mass., for a time, helping his son, Arthur. Miss (Jertrude Peck is back at Hurry Chandler's, after helping her sister, Mrs. Carl Mills, who has been very ill. Raymond Peck has finished work for Ira Read and is at home. School began Monday, with Miss Nina Bates of Barre as teacher. Constipation Cured Dr. King New Life Pills will relieve constipation promptly and get your bow els in healthy condition again. John Supsic of Sanbury. Pa., saya: "They are the best pills I ever used, and 1 advise everyone to use them for constipation, indigestion and liver complaint." Will help you. Price 2.V. Recommended by the Red Cross Pharmacy. Adv t. EAST BARRE "The Ragtime Four." that well-known Barre quartet, will furnish the enter tainment at the lsebll fair Thursday evening. May 1. This is the same quar tet that made such a hit at the Pavilion last Friday night. JJon't miss this; it is a tneat. IXaneing after the entertain ment to music by Harris" orchestra. Ad mission, 10c. I A Sldn of Bounty t Jof Forovor. -v- -.it. Aa..a,.Ha Oriental D Cream or Mac'cal Butiflr. .iT .. it".- A Mmhkamba Chief of Bntiih Est Africa, portrrs of whoa ti il Bccompunied t'aul J. Kam ey on his expedition in the equatorial xone. Tta. ftp'e. u4 M;a I1 aae tvrf iia on huiT- a4 fl dUHlton. It hH Kx4 IH IM ol t rr. ft&4 ! as aar.a tMi.tt tWsartit la wfrl a-ie. A tiny o Ira tt tux. r. L. A. hra a'4 M a ttt ia 1t:'I - Al lade ing and killing of tin African cheetah by I lumtiiiff dous. At different times motion picture manufac turers have endeavored ro repi ounce viui l i.iiuti In- nKitii broken down cir cus animals, but the pictures have al ways been obviously manuiacmn-u, u.i have given no more idea of a big game than a litnograpnea poster on a n. ti... .iinun an a nortion of the l'aul J. Rainey African hunt, how ever, is so obviously the real thing, that no one ever thinks oi queMtiuiinig In the first place, the background of a jungle, peculiar only to Africa, is aliown, and then the complete hunt is thrown on with the prepara- tions in the camp, for the ciedition. The men start on norsenacK. i ne ik" at first run alont at random, but it is six.n evident that thev have found tl spoor or scent, and they follow it so rapidlv, that it was only with extreme difficulty that the motion picture oper ator, mounted on horseback, is able to keep tip with them and secure hia pic ture. Finallv, the leopard or cheetah, as ne is called in Africa, i liown in the top branches of a high tree. He at first seems determined to wait his pursuers there, but his courage fails at the lat, and he leaves the tree, and runs for ebout half a mile until he is again com (.ellod to take refuge in an acacia tree. This time the d cs are so clos that he cannot cscie, and they surround the tree. , Then the most wonderful portion of the picture is i-hown. and at the name time a remarkable example of the cour asre of the gs. Two plucky little Air dale terriers, after making repeated at tempts, finallv succeed in reaching the lower branches of the tree by jumping. From there they climb with the ng'lity nf monkevm to the top. wive re the leopard lis crnucna inns ! .. lens than a fourth the leopard's weight 'and strength, thev attack him o fiercely that alter a one! atriiggie ne nmpn m the ground where Ih other dgs in tHe psck pounc upon him and the fight i a ion over. All t!;i is shown grapliioiHr on the screen, and often excites the audience to such a point that th-y rise in thtir sesta and cheer. Mr. Rainey i the onK big game btitit- A V. - . 1...M anl 1. . a r irr iti.i . it- " ' - - - I can he hunte.1 u -cfuHv with t!"g. jsnd it i p:-Nl.!e 4art frim now on all invaders of th- h' game country in 3!riti!i Kt Afri-n. -irv al'-nir noo'tuincemeii t! Citizens of Barre and Vicinity: I wish to announce that I have purchased the business and good will of the Red Cross Pharmacy, of Mr. Burt II. Wells, and I intend in the future to carry out the business policy adopted by Mr. Wells, by trying to make every customer a satisfied one. ... 1 ours respectfully, FLOYD G. RUSSELL. Friday and Saturday Specials at Our Soda Fountain Carmel Puree, the ice you liked so well 10c Marshmallow Caramel College Ice .......... lUc We serve Fresh Strawberries on College Ices. bdaks land Camera Supplies Brownies - - $1.00 to $12.00 Kodaks - - $10.00 to $65.00 We Do Developing and Printnig. Satisfaction Guaranteed. K AU MIA We Cut the Prices. Cigars for Saturday 5 Large Schuberts 7 W. & B. Latest . 5 Brod Vana ...... 6 La Pref erencia . . 25c 25c 25c 25c 7 Little Schuberts 25c 7 Pippins 25c 5Cedulas 25c 4 7-20-4's 25c PATENT MEDICINES Note the Saving These Prices Mean to You FELLOWS' SYR. iri'POPHOS. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA .... ATWOOITS BITTERS GI.OHK PILLS CASTORIA SYRUP FWS FATHER JOHN'S FOLEY'S KIDNEY REM SHOUrS RHEUMATIC DOAN'S PILLS (JARFIELD TEA BEECHAM'S PILLS SCOTT'S EMUL10N M ELLEN'S FOOD IIORLIfK'S MALTED MILK . MILK SUGAR, MERCK'S PERUNA TUTTLE'S ELIXIR WILLL1AMS' PINK PILLS ... LYDIA PINKHAM S AYERS' PILLS DANDERINE Ml'NYON'S PAW PAW , LISTERINE Keg. frtca Oar Priae Rag- Vriaa Oar Prlee PWAMP-ROOT 1.00 .69 PAPE'S COLD COMPOUND .25 .19 CUTICURA SOAP 25 .20 DIAPEPSIN .50 .3f. PARISIAN SAGE 50 .39 KODOL LOO .69 SLOAN'S LINIMENT 25 .19 HERPICIDE LOO .69 SAL HEPATICA 25 .21 MINARD'S LINIMENT S'y .17 PIN EX 50 .39 D. D. D. REMEDY 1.00 .69 LIVER SALTS .75 .50 100 CASCARA TABLETS, S gr .25 3 OUNCES CASCARA LIQUID .25 KM) BLAUDS IRON PILLS .25 BAY RUM BOTTLE .35 WITCH HAZEL. PINT 25 .17 WOOD ALCOHOL. PINT. 20 .15 HARTSHORN'S COUGH SYRUP 25 .19 SEIDL1TZ POWDERS 25 .19 SCHENCK'S PILLS .25 .19 GETS-IT -25 .19 EFF. SODIUM PHOSPHATE 1.00 ' .85 Watch Us Grow. Our Specialty-Russell's Velvet Ice Cream MUST PAY INTEREST. Secretary McAdoo Issues New Order on Government Deposits. Washington, May I. Secretary Mc- MftTuru CRAY' SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, A CortittiRalI'MorK.TerUb.e.a Hi.aaark Troublr Trrlhlj"; H a- .w t. oi At i Druxrt'ta, kdou. aq.ubsutufa. C. S. OLMSTED. L K. N. .Woo yesterday inrreaseJ the govern ment's drpusits in national bank by ili),(XK.0(Kt and announeetl that govern nirnt depositor must pay two per cent, mterpst on all government deposits. This is the first time the government iia charged interest on what are known it "active deposit." WEBSTERVILLE "The Ragtime Four,'' ht well-known Barre quartet, will furnish the entertain ment at the baseball fair on Thursdny "venitig, Mav L This ia the sam; rtuar- tet that made Mich a hit t the Pavilion last Friday night. Don't mi's this; it is a treat. Dancing after the entertain ment to music by Harris' orchestra. Ad mission, 10c , REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Mas. Winunri Soothiko 6vau haa htm ld for over SIXTY YEARS b MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILB TEETHING, with 1KSFECT SUCCESS. U SOOTHE9 tl.e CHILD, SOFTENS th. GCMS4, ALLAYS all FAIN . CL RHS WINU COLIC, and ia the beat remedy for DIARRHtEA. It ia ab. aolutely harmleaa. Be aure and ask for "Mra. WiBslow'c Soothing pyrup," and Uk mo atket kind. Twentjr-fi ceota a bot'ic. JW1 haw SI a- r3 S7ol0 ounds good, dont it? We can furnish hou free burning Stove and Furnace Coal, per ton, for $6.75 Wait for prices, on Standard Anthracite Coal, which will be nade very soon. Don t let the price get your order. Quality Counts. Calder & Richardson Wood, Coal and Coke 'Phone, 450 - - . DePot Sluare m m 0, IN a. 5 Fl23.T.IBrTIS I SSI, htfiV tl Jww j 'ail of huutinj b'js suth UM-m. Ai. MBiaamaaaBaM&als.aaaA)iaa.saJi-v