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THE RAKKE DAILY TIMES, HA HUE, VT.. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 191.3.
These Three Publications Will STANDARD Keep You Up to Date FASHION BOOK THE SEASON'S STYLE RECORD 20c Copy 30c by Mail Including any Standard Fashion free. This beautifully illustrated book for summer comes to you when you are planning your new season's clothes. The assortment of designs is complete in every sense of the word. Any Standard Pattern is free with every copy. STANDARD EMBROIDERIES 20c per Copy 25c by Mail Including any Standard Transfer free. This is a stunning book, invaluable to women who do any kind of fancy needlework. THE DESIGNER THE STANDARD OF SMART NESS IN DRESS 10c per Copy 75c a Year Here's a monthly magazine that gives every woman who reads it a correct, practical knowledge of all the lat est, smartest fashions. Standard Patterns for June. PERRY a 75 North Main Street CAMP Barre, Vermont tail ttttttattttttstttttttttxttt All the New Effects in Wall Papers! Spring house cleaning time is of course the most convenient time to have rooms repapered, and so we're prepared to supply you with just what you want just when you want it. Most of it is a brand new ' stock, containing nothing but the very latest and choicest effects. Come now and select your new wall papers don't wait un till others have secured the choicest offerings. Sole agents for Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets and White Sewing Machines. Easy payments. 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 For Saturday Only 360 Pairs Barefoot Sandals at 49c per pair TALK OF THE TOWN New table linens at Knight's. Special price on odil curtains to-day st Kitts'. Strawberry and caramel ice cream at Kcnilrlck'. Call for cuff-turn shirts at Lauiorey Clothing Co. See window. A daughter was born Thursday to Mr, and Mrs. Jm Kivard of WMerviHe. Sixty-nine rents each, a special value on sheets, at Terry's on .Saturday. Lumber, both soft and hard wood, rough and finished. At the C. L. Rugbee mill. Social ear service fur the .St. Mich- acl's-liarre A. ('. contest this afternoon at Intercity park. u. i. Lawrence of North Mum street was operated on at tho City hospital yewterduy and is doing well. ( ieorce ehster of f earl direct return ed liiHt night from a few days' vMt to his former home at Westerly, H. I. Sirs. Aurelis Villa and children of I5cr- tin street left to-duy for Uich, S. C, where they will remain until next fall. Our coke will give rou a good even broilinir fire.. You can't bent it. Try a sample. The 1). M. Miles Coal Co., 122 North Main street. Tel. 133. The litst of floral tributes for the Al bert Adams funeral, printed in yester day's Tirrws, failed to rontain that of a floral pillow from, the Knurhts of Pyth ias. Officers of Bright Star Rebekah Indgf, Xo. 18, are requested to be present Mon-, djy evening, May 19, at 8 o'clock, in Odd Fellows hall for practice. Per or dor, noble grand. iMissea Lena and Agnes Forester, who Nave been visiting a the guest of Miss Hazel Maiden of West street for the past six weeks, returned to tlurir home at Springfield, Mass. I akt och mening att bilda en than dinavisk sjukhjelps och begrafnings kas- sa, samlas alia uem, ioiii hafva sin namn pa listan riti. Nichols hall, Lor den 17 Maj, kl 7:30. The banks of Burre will appreciate it very much it depositors will bring in their deposit books for verification, ac cording to law, as advertised elsewhere in this paper. It is desirable that as many as possible be brought in during the next week. "Mrs. Briars of the Poultry Yard," a three-act comedy drama, was, presented last evening at the East Barre opera house bv the Younir People's dramatic club of Barre before one of the largest crowds that ever assembled in the hall. The presentation was accepted with the Mgiiest approbation of the audience. The personnel of the cast is composed of well Known talent. Manager Nelson Brown of the pauld- mg high school tiasebaJl team hus an nounced the next game to be played by the high school. On Wednesday, May 21, he is hopeful of playing ttodtlard semi nary in the first of its annual series of games. 1 he alumni will be played prob ably on Thursday afternoon. Friday afternoon. May 23, St. Albans will make its annual appearance in the city. The return game with St. Albans 'will be played on Decoration day. Edwin Whitney, who appears at the Barre opera. hoime on the evening of May 21 in the last number of the lec ture course, is a reader who can point with pride to an unusual number of "re turn engagements." Thia means that he has won ht audiences and they want him again. The charm of his work is his great versatility. Plenty of laughs if you want them, or tears if you pre fer, but whichever they are they are givett with force and refinement only to be found in one with natural talent supplemented by years of experience. From those who have been privileged to hear him there comes the universal ac claims "The King of Story Tellers." Shortly' before four o'clock yesterday afternoon Manager Witt of the Ooddard seminary bas4all team received notift cation from the management of the Kan dolph Agricultural college of their in t A T" A ln Amm r I a w-v a nmm a i I a y-v a r"v rrm n n "v i a i- a - s. mm n n a ii. I'. AJJJJUIT iV I (I. A. lJ. AlililJIT &L UU. A. I'. APSiiUl l AC LU. A. I'. AMJUJll AZ C.U. Women Demand Service in the Store Good service does not consist in size of stock, in variety and assortment alone, but has to do with the way the goods are kept and shown, and especially with the selling methods and the treatment of the individual woman who comes into the store. Women every season are buying more of their dresses, suits, coats and wraps ready to put on. They can get much more becoming things better styles, lower prices. We not only make it a study to have the things that are new, and the season's most popular styles, but we demand that every customer shall have the best of at tention and service. Every day brings new summer goods into our store. These are the things that are new, and what you will want in a few weeks. The earlier you make your selection, the larger the assortment. Ladies' Separate Skirts V have just received another lot of those popular wool Skirts such as serges, Panamas and novelties. , These are Skirts at a popular price and that are made up in styles equal to the very expensive ones. At $308 is a special all wool serge Skirt that Is made fn one of the seaBon's bent styles. This is an extra Skirt value. At $5 SO we can give you a large range of very popular Skirt styles. These are Skirts tiist are made from the very best of materials and the styles are the season's bent. Colors are blues and blacks. At $fi.50 are a number of dif ferent atyle in skirts, these are made of the mixtures and novelty cloths. These are made in a number of very popular models. At $7 50 are some fine serge and chiffon Panama Skirts. At one-half price are a few odd Hlack Voile Skirts. These are an extra Skirt value and made from the fine AH man Voile. Ladies' Linen Suits We have jut received some very good Linen Suit values that are sure ly t'he season's best. These are Suits that are made oy people who make wool suits, and they carry the style and value of the season's best Suit values. They come in all the popu lar ehades, as well as White. Ladies' Silk Dresses For the coming week we are put ting out a lot of Colored Silk Dress es that are extra good values. These are a lot or iresses that are made up in foulard, a fine mescaline. These are Dresses that are made in the season' bet style and are our regu lar $12.50 Drees. In this special sale we are putting these Dresses out at $10 OO. If you want an extra good Silk Dress value, you should eee these at only $10 OO- I Silks Bulgarian Silks for trimmings are very good and as the style goes these are very pretty.' We also carry Drapery Silks, the kinds used for kimonos, Thee at 50c per yard. Our very best seller is a yard-wide all pure Silk Mescaline that we carry in 17 different colors, no doubt the best assortment to be found, and we sell these at $10O per yard. For a thin, durable summer Silk in plain colors wa have a 27-inch Direetoire Silk that is for many pur poses better than plain Jap silks. These at 29c are equal to Stiesine silks, so much advertised. Plain Brocaded Silks are the cor rect style for evening wear. These at 91.10 per yard. Very pretty: lots of style. Silks Thia i a silk season. Silks cost but little more than cotton goods and the amount for a dress is so small that the extra cost per yard hardly shows In the made-up waist or dress. Silks are about the lightest weight close woven goods to be l;ad. They make cool dresHes and the trade like them. Now we ask you to see wliat you can buy here at very low prices. Kinds that are new kinds, that lat- Vst styled made-up dresses are made from. At 49c our 00 different style all pure Silk, 18-inches wkle, you cannot duplicate these values in large cities. They all want 10c per yard more. Yard-wide Japanese Wash Stiles are the rage for children and ladies. We have these at 87c and $100 so wide that it takes but a little to make a garment. We have some of the best "Rain Coat values we have shown this season. These are a Rubberized and an English Rof eberry Cloth that are made in the season's best style and are guaranteed for three seasons. See these Rain Coat values. The Daylight Store TALK OF THE TOWN arre Shoe Co ability to make an appearance on the field to carry the game out on scheduled time. The game was scheduled to be played at four o'clock and three of the visiting players had arrived in the city in the forenoon. The remainder of the party were to make the trip by auto mobile, arriving in the citv shortly be fore the game started. Arrangements are being mcde to play the postponed game next week. This forenoon the seminary town accompanied by Coach lloermle, went to Hard w ick, where they will face Hardwick academy this after noon. Manager lloernle will send Pet erson and Bihoi in for a battery. Catch er Fee.leyV wniashed finger had not mended sufficiently to allow him to play. Peeley expected to be behind the bat again in about two weeks. Attention, Workingmen! All workingmen who are interested" in the present strike of granite employes in Aberdeen, Scotland, are requested to attend a meeting in the polishers' hall, Xichola block, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Steps will be taken at this meeting to devise wars and means to support the strikers. Remember, thene men helped the (!. C I. A. strike Ih 1892. Granitecutters, Attention. The rooms of the Barre branch, G. C. A., Saropini building, will be opened Children's parasols at Abbott's. Big apron sale to-day at Pitta'. Embroideries So to $1.50, at Knight's See the special aiik dress values at Abbott. Three buck towels for 25c at Perry's on Saturday Call for cuff-turn shirts at Jsmorey Clothing Co. See window. An opportunity to buy muaiin curtains for UOc a pair at ferry a on e.aturaay. Don t forget the tt. Michael s-mrns A. C. game at Intercity park thia alter noon. Now is the tima to get your screen windows and doors repaired at the C. L. Busrbee null. Kegular Saturday nigtit dance, Aiay Mav 17. in Howland hall, under auspices ot Rilev s orchestra. Ladies free. II. M. Farnham, the horse man, will bold his next big combination auction sale on Friday, May 23. C. F. Smith, New fire-passenger auto for hire; will cro anywhere. Reasonable rates. James Hastings, 380 North Main street. Tel 2tr-2. Great wonder of the world. Jersey bob cat, born of a cow, will be shown in Depot square Saturday afternoon and evening. A meeting of th Burns club will be held in the Wan Gordon hall, Bolster block, on Saturday evening, May 17, at 7:30. Let every member try and attend, as this is important. Seventy-nine cents each, a special val ue in seersucker muslin, long cloth night robes attractively trimmed with laoe and hamburg. A regular $1.00 value. We shall aK vou only 79o each at Perry s on Saturday. The Sunday evening service at the Methodist church will be held under the auspices of the brotherhood. Dr. Nutter, acting pastor, will give a talk on Pales tine and describe his visit to Jerusalem. The Hedding male chorua will render special music. We solicit orders and deliver goods ss formerly, but where goods are pur chased for cash and taken from the store we allow 6" per cent discount. This is allowed on anything we sell, don't fail to figure the saving on your footwear purchases- Eastman Brothers. The banks of liar re wui appreciate it very mucn n aeposiiors win oring in their deposit books for verification, ac cording to law, as advertised elsewhere n this paper. It is desirable that as WILLIAMST0WN. The following is a riet of the flowers contributed at the funeral of Mrs. u D. Carr: CSoced book, husband, L. D. Our; mound of roses, sister, Mrs. h. J .Carr, Gardner, Jfaas.; spray white lilacs and sweet ray, Mrs. L. J. Carr, Gardner, Mass.; spray carnations and geraniums, brother and sister, L. 8. Spear, Ver- shire; rosea and carnations, brother and sister, J. P. Spear, Vest Newbury: car nations, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Carr, VVsvterburyj rosea, t. A. Bruoe, Ran dolph; CI white carnations, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fifleld, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bartlett, Mr. and Mm. R, L. Lawless, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Brock,-all of Barre i carnations, Mrs. Anna Titus, Vet-shire; carnations and chrysanthemums, M. E. church; vio- iRice Special!! ! Many millions of people ! (make Rice their main diet and they are healthy people, j Rice ha9 mor nutrition than bread and ta3tes better for a change. let wreath, Bruce, Nichols and Passera children ; carnations, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradbury, Barre; roses, Dr. and Mrs. Wjataon; carnation bouquet, Mr. and Mrst Jones; basket of roses, sympathiz ing neighbors; calla lilies, Mrs. Dickin son;; carnations, PasseTa Bros.; car nations, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Drury and Miss Millie Drury; - chrysanthemums, Ella Martin; sickle, Gardner grange; spray of flowers, Mrs. Clara E. Brown, Gardner; wTeath of roses, Mr. Hale, Mrs. Crabtree and Mr. Anderson, all of Gard ner; carnations, Edna L. Beard, Orang?; pansies, Mrs. Giles; geranium, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Martin, Williaraatown. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the neighbors and friends wJio so kindly assisted us in our recent be reavement, and also for the beautiful floral tributes. L. D. Carr, Mrs. L. J. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Spear, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Spr. FANCY HEAD grade, uncoated, per pound j 4 lbs. 30c. REGULAR 8c GRADE RICE, per lb 4 lbs. for 15c RICE, regular 10C long head, I on Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock for 'many as possible be brought in during I BROKEN RICE, good, clean uncoated best grade screen lings, per lb. I 6 l-2c! 1 l! Texas 5c "Chippendale" Krys-Tol Glass Ware The display in our window will be of interest to all. Not alone by their Colonial designs and sym metrical shapes of the Empire Period, as originally produced in silver service, but by the extremely low prices we offer you on this grade of Glassware. There Is a Difference There are many so-called "Colonials" in Table Glassware. Almost anything is paraded before the trade as Colonial, but it takes more than a straight flue to make a Colonial design. Attractive Glassware adds beauty to the home. Good quality and reasonable prices win satisfied and well-pleased customers at this store. ASK FOR KRYS-TOL GLASSWARE C. N. KENYOfi & CO.'S GASH BARGAIN STORE the purpose of the assembling of those members wishing to attend th funeral of our late brother, Peter Alexander, Per order committee. There will be a special communication of Granite lodge. F. and A. M., Sunday afternoon at 1:30 for the purpose of attending the fu neral of our late brother. Peter Alexander. Foreign members please take notice. Per order, W. M. All rlinftmon ar ronii6ti in tnot ik' .r rx. ! - - ' " "' their hall, Bol 7?JfJ7U morning. May 1. Vf,I?4.?p,rt in their annual part in their annual hureh parsde. Th service will be in the Presbvterian church. Let every clansman attend. Wear white glove 'and badges. Per order George C. Cor- . mark, chief; James R. Elrick, secretary the next week The Shamrock A. A. baseball team left this forenoon for Waterbury, where they face the Waterbury town team this afternoon. The Shamrock team will send Carroll in to do the twirling and Bimie will do the receiving. The Miam roek team is making arrangements for a double header with the Hardwick A. A. at Hardwick on Memorial day. M0NTPELIER. Wanted FIFTY MEN WANTED BY THE MONTPELIER WATER DEPARTMENT. APPLY TO JOHN J. GLIN NEY, COMMISSIONER, MONTPELIER. A still alarm called out part of the fire department yesterday morning for a chimney fire in the Montpelier house, the wainsi-oting and ceiling being ablaze. When the water was tumed on the hot chimney, the resulting steam scalded three fingers on the left hand of As sistant Chief Ernest Powers so badly that medical attendance was necessary. A spelling match was conducted in the I'nion school laH evening, after which Mayor Estee distributed t'M in prizes to the winners, as follows: fifth grade. Marjorie Pollard, 3; athan Frbiseh. i; and Carlo Maloney, fl; the higheft award signifving first place in the con tent in that class and so on down. Sixth grade, Lloyd Haywood, f3; Robina Cbrt. H; and Dorothy Slayton tl. Seventh prade, Marjorie Barbour, 3; Evelyn Wells. 91; and Charlea Campbell, SI. Kighth grade. Clifton McAvoy, S3; Irene Gitchell, S2; and Raymond Bworth. St. High srhool. Cordelia rine, S3; Gaeea Heed, f2; and Nd Putnam, SI. J MEAT DEPARTMENT i Native Pork Roasts, lb. 15-20c JBest Pork Chops, lb. only 20c J Good Pork Chops, lb. only 16c rresh Ground Hamburg j Steak, per lb. only ... .15c ! j Fore-quarter Lamb, lb. . . 13c ; Our Home-Made Bacon, 1 J sliced, per lb. 24c j jllandy's German Frank- forts, per lb 18c J corned tseet. iancv cuts. I per lb 16c j I ! VEGETABLES j ! FRESH CUT RHUBARB, ftJ j 1 10 pounds for OC j I AsDaraurus. bunch 15c and 25c I jVax Beans, 2 qts 25c ! CELERY RADISHES PARSLEY j! ! . NEW BUIfCH BEETS ' I RIPE TOMATOES LETTUCE CUCUMBERS NEW CABBAGES j j ETC. jj II : flSII JLIE.I'illtal&;W i Chicken Halibut, per lb. . . 20c Uur Uwn rmnan iiaaaies, ; per lb 12c ; Notice. The city water will he turned off Sun day. May 1. from a. m. until 4 p. m., tor the "purpose of washing fmt the mains. H. E, Reynolds, superintendent. 5 Lake Trout, per lb 20c I I .Mackerel Shad Blue Fish j I Maine Salmon Bull Pout! j Hot Boiled Lobsters j; We expect a large shipment of 1 Lobsters to arrive Saturday morning. ! j Watch ur window for low price J j I! ! ! 75 ! I !lJf ii. I PAVILION THEATRE Vaudeville To-day The Tremount Trio Real harmony singers Twisto A study in flexibility 3000 FEET OF FEATURE PICTURES MRS. BEN H. TASSIE, Pianist ADMISSION 10 CENTS Good Values for Saturday Strictly Fresh Nearby Eggs, per doz ........... 23c Fancy Dairy Butter, per pound : 33c Cobble Hill Creamery Butter, per pound 35c Vermont Brand Oleomargarine, per pound . . . ,; 20c Strawberries are good and prices low. Meat Department We have been using an unusually large amount of Native Pig Pork and have more of our famous Home Tried Lard than is necessary for our daily use. Rather than sell at wholesale, we shall give our cus tomers the benefit. No. 20 size Pails for $2.60 No. 10 size Pails for 1.35 No. 5 size Pails for 70 A large shipment of Lambs for your Sunday din ner at special prices. Texas Bermuda Onions, 7 pounds for 25c Bakery Department Cream goods with pure Whipped Cream only as long as the cool weather lasts. If it is anything from our Fancy Sponge Cakes to Heavy Fruit Cakes you want, we can surely please you. I Fresh Fish for Saturday all varieties. Be sure and order a Finnan Haddie: Shipment of Mackerel for Saturday sale. Fresh Cooked Lobsters and plenty of Clams. Monday Special Sale Monday afternoon and evening only, Six 5-Cent Cakes of Fels Naphtha Soap for 25c. "fhis is whole sale price and subject to no discount F.D. LAPP COMPANY j i