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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARUE, VT,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1913.
10 rr;;nun::;;:;;;:?n::;::;;;n:;:;::::;u::;::r.:;;Kin:;;:: s::::::n::: HOLIDAY' RIBBONS RIBBONS RIBBONS RIBBONS .... . We have selected for the Christmas business the largest display of Holiday Ribbons in plain and fancy that we have ever displayed. Beautiful patterns and designs to select from and the large variety that you can find here will make your shopping easy. These include Messalines, Taffeta, Satins, handsome imported Bro cades, Dresdens and Novelty Stripe Ribbons. Ribbons from lc per yard to $3.98 per yard. See our window display. 75c Value WEDNESDAY'S ' SPECIAL For 67c ca. - Handsome Lunch Cloths Every lady can make use of one of these very pretty Linen Lunch Cloths. These come in assorted patterns, hemstitched and 33 inches square. To make the last day of our Linen Sale busy, we offer you any of these Cloths for WEDNESDAY ONLY AT 67c each Sale starts at, 8 o'clock sharp Come early. See. these in our show window. Suit Department We are offering: you some exceptional values in our Suit Department on Ladies' Suits. Do not delay. Shop at once. Every Suit a big value. The oinicr Hits' Compaey Store open until 9 p. m. Wednesday, closed all day Thursday. H TALK OF THE TOWN Buy your Thanksgiving gloves this evening at Vauglmn'. The Barre (iolf club will hold its an nual bamiuet in the Knights of Pythias hall on the evening of c. 4. Follow ing the banquet, an after-dinner pro gram of flve-minutp speeches will be car ried out. l WAITSFIELD. All schools in town closed Tuesday for Thanksgiving vacation. The high school will open next Monday, and other schools, Jan. 4th. , Principal Franklin H. Williams of the high school left Tuesday for his home in Bridport. Mr. and Mrs. Bennott Douglass are spending Thanksgiving in Hyde Park. Harold Willis is home' from U. V. M. for Thanksgiving. B. D. Bisbee went to Barre Wednes day for a few days. Miss Helen Bisbee came home Wed nesday from Barre for Thanksgiving. " Miss Evelyn Joslyn . returned Wed nesday from Burlington for Thanks giving vacation. TALK OF THE TOWN Come to Vaughan's this evening It wtll pay you.. Big sale of linen scarfs, lunch cloths and center pieces at .Vaughan's. To-morrow's, proirram at the Bijou in cludes a two-reel 101 Bison feature, "The Iron Trail," and two other pictures. Charles. ,F. Butteriek of Springfield, Mass., who recently accepted the New England district agency for the Good year liikber Co., arrived in the city last evening to pass a few days with Mrs. Butteriek. Preparations are progressing for the college fair, to be given in the Univer salis! vestry next. week. Many things suitable for Christmas gifts will be on sale. An entertainment will be given each evening. Programs will be an nounced later. Lelaud H. Jlnnd, a student at God dard seminary, left this forenoon for his home in Saratoga Springs, X. Y., where he will pass the Thanksgiving recess. He was accompanied by Charles II. Dick inson, a student who lias beon attend ing Goddard for the past yertr. Mr. Dickinson will not return to the sem inary for the winter terra. Is the Housewife 's Greatest Help. WHAT so tempting to the laggard appetite as a light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? , Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen flour foods. It renders the biscuit, hot bread and short cake more di gestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is in dispensable for the preparation , all the year round of perfect foods. f THANKSGIVING ' DAY! Tomorrow and the indications are for colder weather. If you have waited until the last minute, we are in a position to serve you. Our store will be open until 9 o'clock this evening, and we thing you can get more over coat comfort here than elsewhere. Our line of Haberdashery is always the newest and will appeal to you. YOURS FOR A HAPPY THANKS GIVING DAY. . , , Fur Coats To Rent. Frank McWhorter Co. Kino Maggiani, Commesso Italiano TALK OF THE TOWN Miss Mildred Rooney of Summer street returned to-day from Rutland, where she has been spending a few days with friends. . Keep in mind the venison supper, which the Baptist ladies' aid society will serve in the dining room at the Baptist church Tuesday evening, Dec. 2. Harold Adams, a student at the Uni versity of Vermont, was a visitor in the city to-day, returning to hit home at South Barre to spend the Thanksgiv ing recess. - Among 'the transactions in the city yesterday was the sale of 35 shares of People's National bank stock for $114 a share, the sale being made to one of the directors. . The management of the Goddard em innrv basketball team changed the date of tVir opening basketball game. The gnnie against-Norwich Independents was scheduled for to-morrow night, but a short time ago the game was deferred until Saturday, Nov. 2!). Misses Clair and Kathleen Miles, who attend school at St. Mary's academy, Burlington, arrived in the city to-day to pass a week at their home on West street. Misses Pauline fanning and Dorothy lVmahuc, also students at St. Mary's, will pass Thanksgiving as their guests. The two children who were taken to the house of tieor(;e Morehouse on the Kast Montpclier load, Monday, after they apparently had wandered from home, were claimed by a Second street man, whose home is about two miles from the Morehouse residence. To-day a Wsitslield woman called up the office of a local attorney, saying that she had read the descriptions of the children in The Times and thought they fitted quite accurately the descriptions of her two children who had not been staying with her part of the household for some time. The woman was anxious to get her chil dren back. A union Thanksgiving service will be held in the Presbvteriun church to-night at 7:30. Rev. K. F. Newell of the Meth odist church will preach the sermon. The Presbyterian choir will furnish the music. Last year for the first tinm the union Thanksgiving service was held Wednesday evening, instead of Thurs day morning as of old. The response of the people was bo enthusiastic and the attendance was bo good that the Barre Ministers' union voted to hold the service the same way this year. Therefore this service is" to-night, in stead of to-niorrow morning, . Alexander Wilson is at the City hos pital recovering slowly from the effects of a painful necident which he sustained while employed at the Martinson estate plant on Aver street Saturday. Mr. Wilson is a stonecutter, and while he was trying to adjust the position of a stone, it fell over and struck him on the right lejr. - Dr. V. C. Goodrich, who was immediately summoned, treated the man for a fracture of the right ankle and a deep gash above the knee. The ankle bone protruded through the skin, so severe was the fracture, and because of the man's condition it was deemed , advisable to remove him to the hospital, where the fracture was reduced. Wil son is a married man and has apart ments at the Northern hotel. It will be several weeks before he is able to' resume work. j A large assembly of Redmen from East Barre, Montpclier and this city came together in the lodge of Iroquois tribe, No. 16, I. 0. R. Mn last evening for a supper of corn and venison. Red Men from Wuchosen tribe, East Barre, ajlid Sioux tribe. Montpclier, were guests of tlte local Indians. A well prepared supper of venison, corn and fixin's was served at 7:30 o'clock and in the course of a social hour which followed several of the visitors as well as members of the entertaining tribe contributed to a program of song. Among those who give vocal solos were Thomas McDon ald, Arthur Pirie. .John Milne, William Innes. Alfrjed Milne, William Wallace and Peter Brown of the Iroquois, Jam cm Jerome of the Sioux tribe and W. .T. Risson of the East Barre Red Men. K. C. Barrett of the Montpclier loiljre gave an interesting five-minute speech. The gathering of the tribes was the occasion for renewing a debate as to whether the Sioux, the Wuchosens and the Iroquois should come together for an evening this winter. - Last year a joint meeting was held and several of the prominent Red Men "of Vermont were present. It is likely that a gathering of the same, kind will lie held in January. ' SOUTH BARRE. South Banc grange, No. 4(17, will hold its regular meeting Nov. 27, with the following program: Piano duet. Sister Roberts and Nichols; recitation by Sis ter eKiih; vocal solo; Brother Thow; sleight-of-bnnd work. Brother Boulris; farce, in charge of Roy Ducharme. EAST BARRE. Moving pictures Thursday night. Nov. 27. Sargent's opera house. Admission, TALK OF THE TOWN Special dress gookls values at Abbott's. Big sale of waists to-day at The Vaughan Store. , Store open until ft p. m. this evening. Closed all day Thursday. At Vaughan's. Ribbons. Lot of 'holiday ribbons bought in Boston last week, nearly half price at Vaughan's. A service will be held at the Church of the Good Shepherd at 10 a. ni. on Thanksgiving day. If you do not like venison, you will find other meats also at the Baptist supper Tuesday, Dec. 2. Mrs. Hazel Bruce of 5 Hill street start ed this morning for Schenectady, N. V., for a two weeks' vacation. Harold W. Knirrson, who has been visiting relatives in Barre and Mont pclier for the past 10 days, returned this morning to his home in Jericho. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. A(kerman, who have been visiting friends in the city for the past 10 days, returned last night to their home in Northboro, Mass. Mrs. T. E. Doyle and son. Bert Doyle, of East Barre, were visitors in the city to-day, leaving this forenoon for Mont real, P. Q., where they will spend sev eral days with relatives. Robert D. Carpenter, a pipeman em ployed at the fire station, went this morning to Robinson, where he will pass Thanksgiving with his mother. His place at the station is being filled by G. A. Knapp. N. Colombo, who came to Barre from Northfield yesterday to attend the wed ding of his niece, Miss Lena Abbiatti, to Felice Marchesi, is passing a few days in. the city as the guest ot Mr. ana Mrs. B. Abbiatti. Order ice cream or . frozen pudding early, also get all the milk and cream you wish, as we close at noon Thursday for the remainder of the day. Limited supply of strictly fresh eggs on hand. L. B. Dodge. C. Rollins Smith of St. Albans, a loco motive engineer, yesterday filed a peti tion in bankruptcy with Clerk F. S. Piatt of the United States court. His liabil ities are $304.20 and his assets are given as $238.35 with 2"0 claimed exempt. Harris' orchestra went this afternoon to Roxbury to furnish music for a Thanksgiving dance this evening. To morrow the same musicians will play for a dance to lie given in Waterbury under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias. Elder Frederick Stray, a Seventh Day Advent preacher, who has been conduct ing services in the Worthen Mock hall for several weeks, has discontinued the series for a fortnight. He is attending a conference of tin; denomination in New Hampshiro this week. To-night Wing the eve of Thanksgiv ing, all union Btorcs will remain open until 0 o clock. Ionsorial parlors affili ated with the barbers' association will be oen to-night until 10 o'clock. Both barber shops and union stores will be closed, all day to-morrow. In the Church street gymnasium hist night the D. C. V. team of the North Barre Methodist mission defeated the Mud Scratches at basketball by a 7 t4 i score. Three of the D. C. V. baskets were shot by Kio Granai. The two teams will come together again next week. Cadets W. H. Munsell of Wells River, A. L. Baylies of Taunton, Mass., W. F. Giliillan of Burnet and C. L. Stevens of East Hardwick rode to Barre from Northfield last night and visited friemU in the city to-day. All of the men were mounted and the return to the univer sity was made this afternoon. Among the college students home for the Thanksgiving vacation are: Earl C Williams, Harold Morse, Alex. Brown, James M. Langley, Howard Miles and Sprague Drennan from Dartmouth col lege, Hanover, N. H.; William T. Maiden, Albert Marr and Louis Toinasi from the University of Vermont, Burlington; and Stanton Burgess and A. Aulay OjMon from Norwich university, Northfield. The guest list at the City hotel yes terday and to-day contained the follow ing entries, nmong others: H. M. Spauld ing, St. Johnslmry; L. E. Butler, St. Johnsbury; H. S. 'Stafford. Orleans; F. II. Haves. Burlington; F. L. FoIIanshy, Guildhall: H. E. Knaught. Palmer, Mass.; G. H. Gele, lioston; R. W. Me Garry, New York City; B. F. Shaw, Roxbury; W. J. Newcomb, Springfield. Mass.; J. .1. Gallagher, Readvjlle, Mass., S. E. Pearsons, Burlington; four cadets, Norwich university; C. S. Russell, Sun npee, N. H.j B. E. lieauregnrd, Spring field. Breach of peace cases against Pompio Galli and Charles Maffini in city court yesterday were continued until Friday morning for sentence, botn resonicnts having pleaded guilty. Charged with be ing implicated in an altercation on cen ter street in which Galli and Maffini were alleged to have figured, Luigi Bro valli of 15 Center street was arrested yesterday by Officer John Dineen. Pro- .,1: i'.1 - ..!. w! i n't nortiftfiula . i ?,t A- i i I saying that he was loo in i anemi court and the case against him was continued until Friday. Parcel post and the annual Christ mas bulk of mail business will be a new combination this year and how the two will size up together is more ot less conjectural. . The postofiice departpient is confident that the handling of the holiday mail this year will be greatly I facilitated by the parcel post, me pub lic will appreciate the new branch of the mail service more than ever before. In the local postoffice, as well as else where, the government has caused to be posted in conspicuous places, placards urging patrons to mail their Christmas packages early, wrap them securely and address them plainly. A footnote adds that the words, "Not to be opened until Christmas," are perfectly permissible on the wrappers. Parcel post business at the Barre postoffice is now bandied more adequately with the aid of a team. TALK OF THE TOWN King Baggot at the Bijou to-day. See those coat values at Abbott's. Abbott's line of sweaters is complete. Big sale of coats and furs to-day at Vaughan's. Limpor for Thanksgiving just arrived at Oscar Borgh's. North Main street. Holden Camp of Randolph Outer ar rived in the city to-day for a few days' visit with friends. The matinee of the "Quo Vadis" pic tures at the opera house Thanksgiving day begins at 2:45. Miss Georgina Brock of Maple avenue has commenced work as bookkeeper at the H. J. Smith market on North Main street. George Troupe and William Robert son left to-day for Montreal, where they will remain until the first of next week with friends. Miss Ruth Haywood returned to-day from Stowe, where she has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bixby for a few days. Frank R. Jumieson of Lilerty street left to-day for Plymouth, N. H., where he will pass Thanksgiving . day with Mrs. Jamieson and little daughter, Nat alie. At the Bijou to-day Qiily, two big fea tures, a special two-reel feature, "Revo lutionary Wedding," also a King Bag got I. M. P. drama, two-reds, "The Old Melody." While endeavoring to dodge another car, Richard White drove an automobile up a bank on the Montpelier road near Jones Bros.' this forenoon, damaging the front "of the-machine and disabling one wheel. . Rememlwr the second annual ball of the ladies' union in Howland hall on Dec. 4. Riley's tiinjririe orchestra. Ad mission $1, including refreshments. Tick ets can 'be procured of W. G. Reynolds, E. M. Tobin, F. C. Eaton and C. F. Millar. c - Enrico Casellini, Paul Monti and I". Andreoletti will leave the cify this even-, ing for New York, where they will spend a few days at sight seeing before sail ing on a French line stenmship for Cher bourg, Fiance. letter they will proceed to their former home in Switzerland to pass the winter. Miss Marion Badger of F-astern ave nue, a student at Spaulding high school, went this afternoon to her home in Wal den to pass the Thanksgiving vacation. Miss Josephine Hovcy. instructor of mu sic in the city schools, left at 11:23 for Proctor, where she will lie the guest of her- brother for a few days. She was accompanied as far as Middlebnry by Miss Bertha Stillson, a teacher in the high school, who will pass the Thanks giving recess there. Everett Russell, who is employed by his brother, F. G. Russell, in the Red Cross Pharmacy, left on tne late forenoon train for his home in Claremont. N. H. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Flanders of Oranpa street have gone to Manchester, N. H., where they will be the guests of the former's par ents until after the holiday. Leo In versini "went to Roxbury, where be will pass Thanksgiving with'a party of hunt ers at the Seanipini farm. WILLIAMST0WN. The Home Study club will meet with Mrs. Musette Seav'er Friday at the usual hour. Subject for study, "Educational Institutions, Railroads and Commerce of Soutn America." GRANITEVILLE. Dance, Saturday, Nov. 20, in Gilbert's hall. Dancing from 8 till 12. Music furnished by Davidson, two pieces. Ad mission, flOe per couple. Ladies, free. Everybody welcome. TOO LATE TO BE CLASSIFIED TO KENT Fiv-room tenement at 84 Rail, road street; also horn etall at 27 Brooklyn atrret. Inquire of Gro. A. Reed, city engi neer! ofiirc. City Hall, or at 3i O rant's atrect. 216tf WANTED Capable aa.lrals.dy : one apeaking Italian and Entrliih fluently. Inquire of Mnn aer, Bam Shoe Co. 2l6tf FOR SALE Ten thou-and random dimriulnna lumber, 2x4.4x4.6x6,6x7,6x8, Sx8. 8x10. 10x12, 12x12, 12 to 27 feet lone; also have aawduat and alaba. Can furnish billa of lumber for aprinit de livery it order is placed at once. Write or phon Orange Co. 26-tS. Have a!o 20 tnns pressed hay. L. A. FARRINGTON. WUIiam.town, VL DREAMLAND THEATRE 4.000 Feet of Featare Film Ta-day 4,000 THE TRUTH IN THE , WILDERNESS A two-reel "Flying A" western Don't miss this. 0, Suclia Eeautifu! Ocean A ripping good comedy The Devilish Doctor Another good comedy Admission Five Cents PAVILION Til EATRE Vaudeville To-day Grouch & Richards In a singing, talking, comedy act Al. Campbell Contortionist and juggler PICTURES TOM BLAKE'S REDEMPTION One of those "Flying A" westerns BELOW THE DEAD LINE A strong Reliance drama THE PROTECTORY'S OLDEST BOY It's a Thanhouser THE SMUGGLER'S DAUGHTER It's a thrilling western MRS. BEN. H. TASSIE,rianist ADMISSION. 10c, SMALL CHILDREN. 5c SPLENDID HOLIDAY ASSORTMENTS ARE HERE We feature Horseshoe Table "Linens, because of their wide variety of beautiful patterns and excellent values, and because they are the choice of a Linen expert who ranks as one of the best judges of Linen values in the country. New Table Damasks at 50c, 75c, 87c, $1.00, $1,25, $1.50 and $1.98 a yard. Napkins to match nearly all patterns. New Lunch Sets, Lunch Cloths, Tea Napkins, Tray Cloths, Doilies and Guest Towels at, from 10c to $10.00 a piece. , , , , , - III M - LET US SHOW YOU YOU WILL FIND IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE HENRY W. KNIGHT, Barre, Vt. ti " Sacciir t Tel & Kalrht :::ua:::n::::::::: i BESIDES TURKEY there are many things we need to make Thanksgiving enjoyable. For the partic ular man, who requires good shirts, correct ties, gloves, fancy waistcoats and appro priate socks, we have laid in a special supply to cele brate the day. The prices we are able to sell at just now are remarkably low. Kupperheimer Suits ' and Overcoats, ' Rosman (union made) Suits and Overcoats, Crossett and Beacon Dres3 Shoes (union made), Mackinaws. UNSON CLOTHING CO. The Big Store with the Big StocI- Barre Opera House 3 NigMs Thursday, Friday and Saturday Direct from New York City, Astor Theatre THE TALK OF ALL AMERICA 25 HOUR 14 Of Thrills in the Eternal City YK Pri 1 i George I fl II ffii KLE1NE ffl I Presents If! I The World's Masterpiece ta PHOTO-DRAMA THRILLING INSPIRING Masterly j HihlRplste.,, A marvel in photographs." J.r. tress. STUPENDOUS $200,000 PRODUCTION See the Burning of Rome See the Lions About to Devour the Christians See the Exciting Chariot Race 4,000 PEOPLE 4,000 Employed in Staging This Gigantic Production 3 ACTS 498 SCENES PRICES: Evenings and Thanksgiving Matinee, 23c, 33c, 50c - All Seats Reserved Bargain Matinee Saturday Adults 25c, Children 10c Seats on sale Tuesday, morning at Cummings & Lewis' Drug Store. or l nanksgivpig There is yet time to have a Crawford Range set up, you will have one thing more to be thankful for. Come to us for your Roasters, Drip Pans, Food Choppers, Carvers, Knives, Family Cleavers and all kinds of kitch en utensils. C. W. Averill & Company Tel. 349-W Barre, Vt. 4 I 4) it i si n it