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THE BAIUIE DAILY TIMES. BAN RE, VTt. FKIDAY, JUNE 20, 1913.
Totally Different and Better Clothes! We do not claim that all the good clothes to be had are to be found here, but we do claim that all clothes found here are good. We believe that enough to guarantee it. Buy and try! If you're disappoint ed, come back for your money. So you can't possibly risk anything by relying on our claims. Bring along $15 or $25 with you for a suit and we'll make it look like $50 at the tailor's. What's more, we'll make you look just as smart as the tailor can. The most you can risk is time enough to make us back up or back down. We sell Suits and Overcoats at $15 or $25 or as high" as $40 or $50. You'll be very apt to wear better clothes if you'll take the trouble to in vestigate our "Totally different and bet-, ter Clothes" proposition. TheLamorey Clothing Co. Yuri for Better Thiagi to Wear PLAIN FIELD Bishop Hamilton Coming Next Week to Assist in Church Re-dedication. Tuesday p. m. at 2:M, llinlmp John Vr Hamilton of Boston will be in Plain field to hold the re-dedicatory lervieea in t ho Methodist church which Iirs' just been repaired at a coet of 5il. r. Hamilton U the resident bishop of New England. Wars ago while, pastor in the fit v of Boston liu built the immense church known a People's Temple and crowded it with hearers to the limit of its capacity. Later he became sec retary of the Freed men's Aid society, but in 11)00 was elected bishop of the 'Methodist Episcopal church, thus be coming general superintendent of a eon stitutueiicy larger , than was the entire population of the United States dur ing the presidency of (ieorge Washing- toil. In liMMI Bishop Hamilton, then resident of San Francisco, was pre siding over the Vermont conference dur ing the earthiiiak which for half the week the bishop had reason to suppose had destroyed1 his home. H-ishop Ham ilton has traveled around the world anil lectured in all parts of the English speaking dominion. This will be the first time a bishop lias visited Plain field since Bishop Ames held the an nual conference here fifty-eight years ago. m::Kn:n:j:nmnjKy:r:;n::n::n:ttt:;n; PARIS SHIRT WAIST HOUSE fmsrtik A S. 1 ate RANDOLPH Slight L. G. Fire in House Occupied by Kent Yesterday. A fire alarm was sounded about at o'clock on Thursday morning, and the fire company was called out. The fire proved to be a sharp blaze on the roof of the Dr. Gould bouse, now occupied by L. G. Kent. The use of the chemical engine and the garden hose promptly extinguished the tire, and no very great damage was done. Read every word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ad., page 0. ' Mrs. Fred Chadwick of Lynn, Muss., arrived here on Thursday and will pass some time with Mr. and Mrs. Chadwick and wtih her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pack prd, at Braintree. Mrs. Henry Sault has gone to Spring field, Mass., for a visit with relatives. Paul Johnson, a student at , Dart mouth, arrived home for the summer va cation on Thursday. Misses Evelyn Denny and Jessie Cliedel Iiave come home from Wellesley eollej l2 dor the summer vacation, and Miss Lui Grant, another Wclleslev girl, is here pass the summer with her parents, Mr. land Mrs. V. A. Grant. , Miss Josephine Emery has finished a ieuccessful term of school in Hartford and has come borne for the summer. : Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McAllister of IWaitsfield were here last week to at tend the graduation exercises, when their daughter, Orris McAllister, was one of the members of the graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones are enter taining Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Holbrook and children from Lancaster. X. II. . Miss Florence Howe is taking a vaca tion from her duties as head nurse, while recovering from an operation upon ner throat. che wis with a triend near (Monroe, X. Y., and the senior nurse, Miss Ella Trevithic, is in charge at the sana torium during her absence. Mrs. E. M. Hixby is at the Church (farm for a month, hoping that the jchange may improve her health, which ihas for a long time been delicate. Her daughter, Miss Knthleen, is in Bethel with Mrs. E. E. Gonya, and her sister, .Miss Inez Litchfield, is in Montpelier for three weeks. . Mrs. A. D. Lam son and her daughter, :Mrs. William UpdegratT, of Fort Dodge, la., have arrived here to superintend the packing of their household goods at Idleton cottage, preparatory to giv ing possession to Mr. Hillings, who re cently purchased the same. Mrs. Lam son has given her piano to the high school here. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cushman have returned to Randolph from Montpelier. Jine mere, Mr. Cusliman underwent a surgical operation, which has greatly improved his health. Mrs. Arthur Montgomery of Xorth field is passing two weeks "with Mrs. F. L. Dudley. Bethany church held a meeting on Wednesday night to decide in regard to purchasing the Baptist church. It was finally decided that so long as the price given by Dr. Davison was $15,000, and that was a sum much larcer than Bethany would give, the latter church voted to give up the purchase and will at once proceed to repair its present cimrch building, tor which they now) have plans. It is hoped that work will be begun upon this during the summer and fall. Lyman Flint of Rochester hollow, while seated at the dinner table on Wednes day, died suddenly from heart trouble, from which he had long been a suf ferer. Miss Elizabeth Wood of Fair Haven, a graduate ot the tastleton normal school, has been engaged to teach the sixth grade during the coming fall ses sion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woo? and baby have come from Auburndale, Mass., for a few days' stay with Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Emery, before going to Greens boro for the summer. Mrs. Franklin Salisbury left Tuesday for Guelph, Ontario, where she will spend several davs with Mrs. Walter Burgess, formerly Miss Dora Small, and once a trimmer in the store of Mrs. J. F. Tewksbury. V. C KevnoUU will build a cottage on the lot recently purchased by him, ad joining the home of Walter Curtis. Mrs. Roy Huse and her two sons are here from Windsor, to remain till the Fourth of July, when Mr. Huse will join her here. Read everv word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ad., page 0. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lawrence re turned to their home in Peaeham on Thursday, after visiting for a few duy at the home of Arch Batchelder. Mrs. . H. Martin, Mrs. Ann Ma -tip and Muster Carl Martin spent Tuesday in Bane. "Silas, the Chore Bay," will.be given t the opera house I'mlay evenm;.,'. f ii ne 20. Fred Curtis is seriously ill. Dr. Wheeler of Xorth Montpelier is attend ing him. Walter McLeod of Leominster. Mass.. s the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McLeod. Mrs. Fred Crec and daughter, rredn, were in Montpelier Thursday. Mm. L. M. Johnson is spending a few days in Rutland with relatives. Mrs. Grace Pix and daughter, Lillian, of Montpelier were in town the first of the week. Henry Camp of Randolph was in town this Week visiting friends. Mrs. Frank Rice and son, Elliott, have! returned from Berlin, where they have been spending several days with Mrs. Martha Johnston. Henry Hartlett of Fairlee was m town Tuesday. Leon Page of Barre called on rela tives in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Li C. Baldwin spent Wednesday in Barre. Mrs. Fred Davis of Montpelier spent Wednesday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wood of Mont pelier were local visitors Wednesday. Miss Octavia Smith went to Silver i Bay, X. V Thursday, where she has employment during the summer. Mrs. Fred Slayton of Barre visited her sister, Mrs. X. D. Page, Monday. miwrary Saturday, June 21, 1913 New, fresh merchandise, practically all received within a few weeks. We've planned on a big sale to make our Fourth Anniversary Sale a record breaker. You will find the values among the best we ever offered, and that is saying a good deal. We wish at this time to thank the public for their liberal patronage during our past four years of business, and hope to serve you even better in the future. Dresses for street wear, Dresses for outing wear, Dresses, for after noon wear. We are the only house in the city specializing in Women's, Misses' and Children's Dresses. OUR ASSORTMENT IS THE LARGEST IN VERMONT LOT 1 Two Specials New Summer Silk Dresses in Navy and Black Messaline, shadow lace yoke, with cuffs to match. Value $12.50. Compare these Dresses and prices with others elsewhere and then be your own judge. Anniversary Sale Price $6.98 LOT 225 Silk Dresses, Char meuse Silk ; colors, Navy, Brown, Tan and Lavender. Value $16. Anniversary Sale Price $9.75 LOT 3 200 beautiful dainty Street Dresses in Linen, Otto man Stripe, Pique, Bates' Ging ham, Bedford Welt, Dimity and Voile. Value, $2.98 to $8.50- All sizes Misses', 14, 16, 18, 20; La dies', 32 to 44. Anniversary Sale Price ...$1.98 to $4.98 LOT 4 Ladies' House Dresses in Gingham, and best quality of Percale. Fifty different styles to select from, perfect fitting, none better on the market. Val ue, $1.25 to $2.00. Anniversary Sale Price 89c to $1.25 LOT 5 Misses' and Children's Dresses in Linon, Percale and Gingham, trimmed with hamburg edge and full plaited skirt. Val ue 98c to $1.50. Anniversary Sale Price 49c to 98c LOT 6 Children's High Grade White Dresses, hand embroid ered, value $2.98 to $4.50. An niversary Sale Price $1.98 to $2.98 LOT 7 Children's Middy Blouses, sizes 8 to 14 years. Sale price $1.00 Exclusive Styles in Chic Waists Smart Styles in Dainty White Waists Lingerie, Lawn and Voile. Long and short sleeves, high and low neck, lace and embroidery trimmed. Sizes, 32 to 44. Value $1.25 to $2.89. Anniversary Sale Price ..79c to $1.98 SOUTH ROYALTON EAST BARRE Road every word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ad., page 6". Members of Gill lodge, No. 57, are re quested to meet at their hall at 12 o'cloek Sunday noon to attend the fu neral of their late brother, Alvab Hntehins. Per order, X. G. Protect Yourself Ask for ORIGINAL GENUINE issk The Food Drink for all Ages Oilers are Imitations I- PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBU1ANCE SERVICE Special Orders For Furniture Undertaken and Lieaasad Embalmara, Depot Square, Barre Telephone Connection . Read every word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ad., page B. Prof, and Airs. Kibby have returned to their home -for the summer. Mrs. D. E. Wearing with her two chil- dren and Hiss Hazel Leao, are in Rich mond at the home of Mrs. Dearitig'a parents. Observance of Children's Sunday at the Congregational church next Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Everybody wel come. Misg Knima Rus8 of Marlboro, Maws. is with her sister, Mrs. John Phelps, for a few weeks. Mrs. W. P. Hubbard and Mrs. F. M. Bryant attended Pomona grange at Randolph Wednesday. Mrs. (Jeorge Brown and Mrs. B. L. Moody were in Randolph one day this week. Frank Rogers of Barre i visiting his brother-in-law, George Menard, ('has. Cowen was in Woodstock Satur day and Sunday. His daughter, Mrs. Guv Meriell and son, Ravmoud, ac companied him. Walter C. Howard of Randolph visit ed niends in town Saturday. William Wesley Underbill of Chelsea and Mary Anna Tucker of Tunbridge were muted in marriage Sunday by Kev. J. U. Haigh. Mrs. IL C. Sargent was in Randolph ednesilav. Mrs. .lohu Phelps has returned from Randolph much improved in health since her recent operation. Mrs. M. I). La-port and Mrs. Ella Wills of Snowsville were at George Hebard's a few davs last week. J. C. itehard of Randolph visited at George Hebard's and Frank Bryant's from Saturday until Tuesday. Xews has been received here that Rev. Sherman Goodwin is to remain in Brookfield another year. Meanwhile a parsonage is to be built at Quincy Point where he was called, but unable to find a house. 400 Silk Waists Sizes 32 to 44, in Messaline, Chiffon and Habutui Silk. Seventy-five different styles to select from. Colors, Black, Navy, Brown, Tan, Copenhagen, Rose, Wis teria, White, Garnet, Gray and Mouse. Large assort ment of colored stripes in Tub Silks. Value $2.98 to $5.00. Anniversary Sale Price . . .$1.98 to $3.50 Hydegrade Petticoats with Newton Adjustable Top. "The Snap Does It." These are the Petticoats that solve every problem of instant adjustment; colors, Black," Navy, Copen hagen. Garnet. Green and Grav. Good S1.50 values. Anniversary Sale Price. $1.00.. Messaline and Taffeta Petticoats, good quality. $2.75 to $5.00 values. Anniversary Sale Price, $1.98 to $3.50. REMEMBER THE PLACE PARIS SHIRT WAIST HOUSE CURRIER BUILDING UP STAIRS BARRE, VERMONT iMeitt ZttZZZXiZZ ttxxtuxzstxttxtiiuiuut MONTPELIER GRANITEVILLE Store. 425-1 Mr. Perry. 415-2 Mr. Noeaea, 425-3 1' There is no meal that absolutely satisfies the inner man, no matter how well prepared or what it consists of, unless there is good wholesome Bread. We are exceedingly proud of the fact that we have converted many a home baker to the use of our Bread, and some very good bakers, too, at that. This is most excellent proof of the superior qualities of the Bread turned out in this modern, sanitary bake shop. Have you tried it? If not, do so to-day. ' ii Read every word in Paris Shirt Waist Ho u He anniversary sale ad., page tl. A quarterly meeting of Court Rob Roy, No. 8, E. of -A., will lie held in Milea hall Tuesday evening, June 24 limine: election of officer. All mem bers are requested to attend. Ter order financial secretary. John II. Sulivan. All member of Maple Leaf camp, M. W. A., are requested to meet at the so ciety hall to-night (Friday) at 7 o'clock to make arrangements for the funeral of the late neighbor. A. B. Hutching". Per order John McVillims, consul. One of City's Oldest Residents, Alonzo Peck, Died Yesterday. Alono D. Peck, aged 75 years, died yesterday after a long illness. Mr. Peck had alway lived in Montpelier and was one of its oldest rtwdents. I'ntil withdrawing from activn . bus ine& life several year ago, he was a member of the firm of Barrows & Peck. He served in the Civil war. 'Mr. Peek waa unmarried. The funeral will be held from the Congregational church to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. S. F. BlomHeld officiating. . The funeral of T. O. Barrows took place yesterday from his late home, Rev. S. K. Blomfield officiating. The bearer were Cliarles Andrews, William Blanchard. Murray Kent, C. I)e F. Ban croft, Arthur Heney and I'atriek McCar thy. Homer H Freeman and Mis Ethel M. 'UrnS-. both of Waterlmry Center, were married at the Method ist parsonage yesterday morning by Rev. William Shaw. They left at once on a weddma tri: through northern Vermont and on their return will re- ide in-Waterbu-y Center. Mrs. John J. Xoreross of Bradford, who had teen visiting her daughter, Mrs. Herbert E. Mack, in this city for two months, died there" vesterday of neuralgia of the hert. She had been eontlned to the bed only three days, but had been in poor health for some time. Mrs. Norrros was born in Bradford Atigut 27. 1S45, and had apent her whole life in that place. The body will be taken to Bradford Saturday and the funeral will he held there Minday. The alumni ball and reception of the high school were held in the c'.ty hall 1 last night and were thoroughly enjoyed. ing the storm of the IfJth and the silo on the farm of F.dward St. Peter, for merly owned W. I. Covell, was 'blown down. WORCESTER Bead every word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ad. page 6. Word has been received here of the illness of Mrs. A. K. Kent, formerly of this town, who is living with her daugh ter, Mrs. Edith Cooier of Springfield, Mass. Mrs. Kent is Very low with can cer of the stomach. Mr. Townseml of Barre was a guest at A. L. Johnson's last week. Miss Yida Jacobs of Hardwick is vis iting her uncle, Merton Jacobs. Miss Persis Ladd of Montpelier is vis iting Miss Alice Doying. Miss Nellie Chase of Montpelier vis ited her nephew, Raymond Chase, on Tuesday. The painters have just finished paint ing the new town ball. Mrs. Carrie (iould of Montpelier is vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Arthur I'tton. Harry I'tton is brightening bis house with a fresh coat of paint. m WEST CORINTH ICE CMEA We have the materials and equipment for mak ing the best Ice Cream that it is possible to make. We would like your order and believe you will be satisfied if we have it. Dairy 300 North Main St L. B. Dodge Barre, vt. Creamery Tel. 233-W Read every word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ail., page B. J. J- Pnshner, the Washington agent for the 1). A. IVrrv Heal hstate agency of Riirre. has sold for Arthur (Jordon his house near the 'iron bridge, to Charles Hall of Barre Citv. Mrs. R. H. Williams visited her sister in West rairlee last week. Horace Thompson has not been as well oi late. Hobsrt Burroughs went to Williams- the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs, i town Sunday, where he has employ ROXBURY Read every word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary ssle ad., page 6. Mr. Burns.. Miss Marjorie Steele. Miss Susie Nichols. Mrs. S. I). Nichols, Mrs. Mackenzie and Mr. Viet were in Slont pelier Monday. Miss Stimson, Miss Stanton. Mr. Burns and Miss Veit were in Northrield Mon day. Mr. LaRnck and son of Barre were in town on Thursday. Mr. Seymour of Warren was in town Thmsday. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bacon were in Braintxee Monday. Hugh J. M. Jones, Superintendent and Mrs. S. C. Hutchinson and Mr. and Har rv C. Shiirtleft". Miss Myrtle A Mosier has been en gaged as nretieptress and teacher of Tat- in at Montpelier seminary, and Mis Nellie D. Swanburg has been engaged as principal' secretary and a teacher of sncb subjects as are necessary. Lightning struck the barn of Herman Pike in East Montpelier Tuesday night killing one cow. The barn was some what s-plintered where the bolt went in but wss not set on fire. Read every word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ad., page 6. WILLIAMSTOWN ment. Otbo Wiilliams visited his parents over Sunday, having finished his first year's work at Wesleyan university. Mr. and Mrs. C. I Spear were in Chelsea Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Riley are visit ing their brother. Clarence Riley. Charles Blake visited his son in Brad ford over Sunday. When Run Down in physical condition it is usually because the action of the organs of digestion has become irregular or defective. Then there is need for a safe and speedy medicine to relieve the ills which occasionally depress even the brightest and strongest The one remedy you may take and feel safe with is f ECHAIFS PHILS (Th LargMt Sal of An? Modlcin ia th World) The first dose gives speedy relief in sick-headache, bilious ness, constipation, lack of appetite, heartburn, dyspepsia, and lasting improvement follows the timely use of this fa vorite and reliable home remedy. You will become healthier and stronger, and more cheerful if you let Beecham's Pills Pick You Op Sold tmywhar. Ia boxes, 10c., 2Sa. Diroorioe with vary bos poiat tha war to health aod ara especially valuable to wnaaen. WAITSFIELD T JJ -w t JOJVlw'L, fiuu me Drsi "Wd. a J LAM SON AND HUBBARD far sala by The FRANK MOYUORTER CO. Read every word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ail., page tt. Miss JUcliel Erwin of Montpelier is a viitor at W. J. Young's. Miss Oladys R. Martin is spending a tew davs in mii wnn irienos ai roton pond. Mrs. James J. Kanaly and (laughter. lVri. were visitors at A. R- Mrtin' the IfUh and lori stays for a few days ( lincton. in the absence of Mrs. Kmmi llutcmn- son. Eugene H. Call is rnnning his mi a mill again after a few week' lavoff for "spring's, work" and Ellsworth Fuller i acting a helper. Mi Lepha Hutchinson of Nrthfie!d is visiting her sister, Mr. Wrnon B. Saverr. Oyde H. Morse of tbe Hnn' store hat returned to duty aftr a va-at)n of twa ek. spent at the h'me of bis parents in BakersfieH. Mr. and Mrs. tTiarles Krenc h of BrookSel.l mrre in town the 1!t)i of called on the'r nephew. W. M. Wiiiiani. fieorgr I,. Williams and ma bad a cow ttnk by Lghtnifig ia the pasture dur- Read everv word in Paris Shirt Waist House anniversary sale ad., page K. The ladies of the Home circle served some 14(1 or more persons at taeir din ner Wednelav. Sheridan Boyce is driving the R. V. I', route during his father's vacation. Mrs. C. J. Higbee of St. Paul, Minn., ant daughter. Mrs. Arthur Ice land of Templeton, Mass.. who are vis iting relatives in this vicinity, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kin irslmry. Miss Eva Annie Bilee i visiting her siter. Miss tiertrude Bihee. in Bur- Tne siTth and seventh erades of the village ,-hod will h-.l.l a promenade in the vetry of the Congregational church Friday evening. Mrs. Murray from Ryegste is visiting her mother, Mr. John Xiell. i CASTOR! A Jer Laf&sU ui Caildrea. Tha Ihi YcqHstb Alwajs B:t Baar tka aUaatar oX June the Month for Weddings J See our gold band rings. j Diamond and other precious stone engagement rings. 3 Articles suitable for gifts in fijie silver, cut glass and silver deposit ware. Our assortment of pure silver table ware is larger than ever. F E Burr Jeweler, XJ. LIUllj 114 Sank Maia $L 1 II f