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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, TT., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913.
5 Attractive Values in Sweaters We have still another lot of Sweaters for men, ladies and children, and are ready to let the prices on these Sweaters talk. $2.98 A heavy Shaker Knit Sweater, with shawl col lar and pockets in dark red and navy blue, an extra good value for $2.98. $3.98 An all wool Sweater with either sailor or shawl collar and pockets. The best value and our best selling number. Let us show you this Sweater at $3.98. Cardi nal, Navy Blue and Gray. $4.50 Heavy Shaker Knit Sweater made of all wool yarn, wide shawl collar, hard looped pockets, we can save you money on this coat. Cardinal, Navy Blue and Dark Gray. $5.50 Pure Wool Shaker Coat. This price, shawl col lar, hand-looped pockets, a well-made Coat in every way and worth more money than we are asking. Children's Sweaters at $1.50, $1.75, $1.98, $2.50, all shades. TALK OF THE TOWN PERRY (& 75 North Main Street CAMP Barre, Vermont n t: it ; a a j: n :: xx xx a a a a a a a a a a a a a I lisjIflBHlBBl ' $1 .oo Puu ThufciSas Mr X Hoosier in Your Home agr0)flr a a a a I a a a a a a a a a a a Lids Never Fall Off There are eight spice jars, and three for coffee, cereal and tea, in the Hoosier Cabinet. On these, all the lids are the new patented swing lids that can't f,all off or roll away on the floor. The contents of the jars are kept air-tight., These lids are an example of the little things that make The Hoosier Cabinet a satisfactory labor-saving machine. It doesn't get out of a order, and it groups all your supplies so skillfully that you a save miles of steps and hours of time. You can sit down a $ at work and have the satisfaction of knowing that your a 5 kitchen cabinet is as good as money can buy While the price is economically low because of enormous Hoosier sales. LICENSED AGENTS FOR BARRE a a a a a a a a B. W. Hooker & Co. Vermont's Largest House Furnishers aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa MONTPELIER Waterbury Night Operator Brought Hre, Charged with Larceny from Railroad. H. W. Knights, aged 19, night operator at the Waterbury station, was brought here yesterday, charged with stealing ar ticles from the railroad company. It is alleged that Knights confessed to taking numerous tilings, valued from $80 to $100, including an overcoat, suits of clothes, shotgnu, fishing" tackle, also a sum of money, which he says he returned to the company yesterday. He has just re turned from' Montreal, and when he reached Waterbury- was arrested, fol lowing the searching of his room and alleged finding of stolen articles. Knights has been jn V!aterbury four months, coming from Massachusetts. Albert Boulris, employed on the new high school building, fell last night, while walking on the railroad track, and broke his right leg. In the dark, bo stumbled over a low switch. He was taken to Heaton hospital and will be obliged to give tip work for some weeks. He is 51 years old. Charles F. Edson of Williamstown, who recentyl sold his interest in the furniture and undertaking business in that place to M. H. Whitcomb, has rent ed the old fire station building in this city and will go into the automobile business, taking Arthur Alexander into partnership with him. Mr. Edson has also rented the Kerin . house on Elm street and will move here about Dec. 1. To-night ia the date set for the mar riage of Roland C. Stabl of this city and Miss Eva Chayer, the ceremony to take place at the bride's home in Lyndon. Rev. William Shaw of this city will officiate and several from here will at tend. Miss Sarah Stahl, sister of the groom, will attend the bride, and Charles Chayer, brother of the bride, will attend the groom. Miss Chayer is known in Montpelier through her attendance at the seminary. Mr. and Mrs. Stahl will reside here. FINAL PREPARATIONS for Thanksgiving are problems that worry the housewife. Most always at the last moment there are a few dishes, tumblers or table decorations that have been overlooked. Be't-. ter go over your wants in our lines. We carry from the best to the smallest in detail, utensils you will need. You cannot be without the accessories neces sary for correct table service, and this is the place to buy. CELERY DISHES . LARGE PLATTERS PERCOLATORS CHOPPERS CARVING SETS ROASTERS PANS FOOD STORE OPEN THIS EVENING C. N. KEN YON & COMPANY'S Cash Bargain Store Christmas handkerchiefs at Abbott New lot of children's rain capes Abbott's. Get your carving sets at the N. D. Phelps Co. St. Monica's choir will meet for re hearsal Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Special Thanksgiving dinner, the best of everything the City hotel. Tele phone 135. Hoy scouts of troop 2 will have the gymnasium Thursday for the usual weekly practice. Regular meeting of the Modern Wood men of America this (Wednesday) even ing at 7 o'clock. C. VV. Pi nk ha m left to-day for South Stafford, where he will spend a week at the home of his parents. ' To Rent Furnished front room; all modern conveniences. 104 Summer street. Mrs. W. O. Mackie. New England Order of Protection meeting to-night; Members are request ed to be on hand promptly at 7:30 o'clock. The ladies' sewing society will hold their annual sale at the Swedish mis sion on Hrook street next Saturday nigVit at 7:30. He sure to get your Thanksgiving dinner at the new Hotel Buzsell restau rant; only 3o cents; served from 12 noon to 2:30 p. m. The People's Shoe store calls your tention to their window, displays in both Main and Pearl street stores. This store will be open to-night until 9 o'clock. The mission circle of the Universalist church will meet with Mrs. C. E. Brooks, 153 Washington street, Friday, Nov. 28, at 2:30 p. in. Watchword, "Thanksgiv ing." . - . - Mrs. Addie Dix, daughter, Rachel, and niece, Lucy, left this morning for Herki mer, N. V., where they will spend Thanksgiving with Thurman M. Dix, son of Mrs. Dix. A regular meeting of the Central La bor union of Barre and Vicinity will be hpld in carpenters' hall, Nichols block, Friday evening, .Nov. 27, at 7:30. K. L. C'ardi, secretary. A beautiful syrup pitcher will be giv en to the person shooting the highest score on a paper target Saturday, Nov. 20, at 10:30 p. m., at the shooting gal lery. Contest now open. Barre Woman's club dance, Howland hall, Tuesday, Dec. 0. Music by Riloj's singing orchestra. Dancing, n to 12. Tickets, $1 per couple; extra ladies, 2e. Don t forget the date. Thanksgiving day will lie observed at St. Monica's church to-morrow with the celebration of mass at 9 o'clock. Rev, P. M. MeKcnna. pastor of the church, will officiate at the mass. If anvone knows of any of our ice cream tuba or pails uncalled for, and will notify us by telephone or otherwise, we will consider it a favor and call for the same at once. L. B. Dodge. Nelson Santan, expert pinna tuner of Bailey's Music Rooms, Burlington, will be in town the early part ot next month. Leave your orders for tuning j.t Baileys Music Rooms, 14 Mm street. A union Thanksgiving service will be held in the Presbyterian church this evening at 7:.J() o clock, the sermon being preached by Rev. E. F. Newell. The offering will go to the hospital. Don't fail to attend B. S. Ballard's real estate sale on Saturday, iov. 29, at 2 p. m. Two desirable first-class houses, situated at 8 and 10 Vine street, Montpelier, to be sold to the highest bidder. Dance Thanksgiving eve, Wednesday Nov. 20, Howland hall. Music, Riley's tull singing orchestra. Admission, iac per couple; extra ladies, 10c. Dancing from 8 p. m. until 1 a. in. A good time assured all. Venison supper. The ladies of the Baptist church, assisted by the men of the Bartu-a class, will serve a venison supper in the church dining room Tues day evening, Dec. 2. At this same time the ladies will have many fancy articles on sale. Mrs. James McKenr.ie of Merchant street left to-day for Romp, N. Y., where she will spend Thanksgiving with her tiUHband. Mr. McKeniie has been en gaged at Rome for the past few months erecting a monument in the interests of the Jones Bros. Granite company. He will return to the city around the first of the year. Among those guests who registered at The Buzr.ell hotel yesterday were the following: Fred Drew, St. Johnsbury; J. A. Bond, Burlington ; II. K. Darling, Chelsea; C. Anderson, NortMU'ld; C. D. Sohrain, Craftsbury; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin, Boston; H. II. Carroll, White River Junction; H. C. Clarke and wife,' Chicago, 111.; A. W. Phillips. New York; John I.awton, Bolton; George Neeley, Woodbury. Everybody's going! Where! To the masquerade ball in Gilbert's hall, Upper Granite ville, Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 26: held under the auspices of the "Jolly Five." Davidson's orchestra of five pieces will furnish music for dancing from 8 o'clock until 3. Dance bill, 1.00 a cou ple; unmasked ladies without escort, 25c. A chicken-pie supper which will be in charge of a committee of ladies, will be served at 25c per plate. The public u iff J A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. .A. P. ABBOTT & CO. Bres Goods You may shop your best,, you won't be able to better our assortment or prices on DRESS GOODS. They are right. Everything that is new and desir able. This applies to SILKS as well as WOOL DRESS GOODS. While the market has been short on lots of the better kinds, we have a way of getting these kinds. You will say that the styles so much talked about are here. You will oblige us by accepting a little of our time with these new dress goods and Silks. . Wool Dress Goods The new schedule on imported Dress Goods brings to the trade not only a better piece of Dress Goods but at a lower price. We are fortunate now to be able to quote you on the following Dress Goods prices that many will not of fer until after the new tariff goes into effect Jan. 1. Here is a full line of ' Imported forges in colors of Navy, Brown, Garnet, Cardinal, Green, and Copen hagen Blue. Your choice of these 60c Serges now at tariff reduction prices, 50c per yard. Our wide Serges, sponged and shrunk, all Of the best colors, now at. 75c per yard. Fifty-inch, very wide Serge, now at $100 per yard in all colors. You will find our 54-inch Eponge at $1.75 fully up to cloth that you see marked $2.00 and 2.25. We have marked ttiese very close. They are our best values. Silks We pride ourselves on having about the best Silk values to be had in Vermont. You hear lota about all Silks be ing higher than last season. In a measure this is right. So far as it effects you who buy of us it is fale, as we are giving our trade just as good Silk values at the same price as last season. It Is true that we pay more and the difference comes out of our profit, not out of our cus tomers, j If you will glance over our lot of all pure Silks at 49c you will find what you would expect to pay from 65c to 75c for. Christmas shoppers will rind these Silks great values. Yard-wide Messalines in over 20 different colors, same quality as last season and price the same, $1.00 per yard. Large assortment of fancy Silks for trimmings, dresses and waists at popular prices. Ladies' Wool Dresses If you are wanting or intending to get a Wool Dress for the winter wear, we would advise you to take advantage of our offer of Serge and all Wool Brocade Dresses. W have one lot of Serge Dresses in broken sizes that come in Blue, Brown, Red and Black. There are all sizes in some colors. These are the season's best styles. At $398 are a few all Wool Serge Dresses that are made- in the season's best style; are Dresses we have sold as a special at $5.75 and $5.60. Here are some extra values at $3-98. . At $5 OO are a few Serge Dresses that are finished with moir silk, and messaline. These are some of our best Dress values, that sold at $7.50. At $7.50 are a number of tne season's best all ' Wool American Mills Serge; Dresses tlt are made up in the season's best styles and were extra values at the regular price, $10.00. At one-fourth off from the regular price are a lot of odd DresBes in a variety of different styles. There are only one or two of a style. Lots of Odd Coats We have a lot of about 20 odd Coats in ladierf' and misses' sizes. These are mostly in small sizes; are Coats that are not this season's style but the style is not much different than the latest styles. This lot of about 20 Coats are made up in Chinchillas, Kerseys, Zebelines, novelty cloths and Broad cloths; are Coats that sold at from $12.50 to $25.00. , We are putting them into one lot to close at only $5-98 each. At $5.98 you can take your choice from this lot of Coats. They are good warm Coats that will wear well, and the style is very good. At one-half price are a few Chil dren's Coats in values that sold at from $5.75 to $12.00. These are Couts in sizes from 8 to 12 years and are all selling at one-half price to clean up the lot. We have a few odd Junior Coats in the season's best styles; are Coats that come in sizes from 15 to 19 years. These are Coats that we have been selling at $15.00. We are put ting them into this sale at $12 OO. They are extra good Coat values. New lot of Hoagknit Sweaters just arrived. We warrant every Sweater of this make. You will appreciate their wearing qualities. Children's Sweaters, 98c up to $2.98. Ladies', $2.98 up to $7.50. Extra Heavy Shaker Sweaters at $3.98. , v. : : : he Baylig ht Store , TALK OF THE TOWN III Abbott's linen sale closes Wednesday the N. D. evening. Get your carving sets at rhelns Co. ISee the new Hotel Buznell restaurant menu on another page. Special Thanksgiving dinner, the best of even-thing the City hotel. Tele iihone 135. There is going to be a ripping good Thanksgiving dinner at the new Jiotel Buzzell restaurant for 35 cents. Miss Edith Gotler and Miss Bella Dan iels left yesterday for Burlington to spend few days with friends. Mrs. Amelia Northrop has been visit ing friends in Stowe for a few days and attending the wedding of her aon. It will be much cheaper to get your Thanksgiving dinner at the new Hotel Buzzell restaurant than to try to get it yourself. Roland Mcintosh and Milton Brooks of South Rovalton, who have been visit ing their aunt, Mrs. F. R. Northrop, the past week, have returned home. Miss Doris Hovey was graduated yes terday from the nurses' training school at the Barre City hospital, and she left for Rock Island, P. Q., to spend a few weeks with relatives. Presbyterians, take notice! Having received the gift of a memorial organ, the Saint Paul's Episcopal church of Burlington offers the pipe organ they have been using to the Presbyterians of this city for $500. This organ is one of the best makes and cost the Burling ton people $4,300. As others are after this great organ, and the Presbyterians of this city have the first chance to purchase it, it is necessary that they take action at once. Let all those who would like to see this instrument come to Barre meet in the Presbyterian ves try on Tuesday night at 8 o'clock and talk over the matter. Js not this a splendid opportunity for someone to pre ent to the Presbyterians of this city a dignified and lasting memorial, in honor of a departed loved one? MASONIC DISTRICT MEETING. Will Be Held at Waterbury on Evening of Dec, 4. Granite lodge, No. 35, F. & A. M, is planning to Bend a large delegation of its members to the annual meeting of the sixth Masonic district, which is to be held in Waterbury on the evening of December 4. Invitations to the seven lodges in the district roster were sent, out yesterday by John C. Wyllie of this city, district deputy grand master. the meeting will open at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when the Master Mason's lodge convene. The Fellowcraft degree will be exemplified by Winooski lodge, Eugene E. Campbell," W. M. A. review of the work and a lecture will be given by Edwin I Wells, grand lecturer. SiiDDer'will be served at 6 o'clock in the vestry of the Methodist church by Queen Esther chapter, No. 7, 0. E. S. At 7:30 o'clock the call from refreshments to labor will be given, to work on the Mas ter Mason's degree, by Granite of Barre, Peter Mutch, W. M. There will be a re ception to the grand lodge officers and a review of the work by the grand lec turer. Among the grand lodge officers who are expected to address the gather ing are Eneene S. Weston, grand master, Henrv H. Ross, (rrand secretary and the grand lecturer, Mr. Wells. Other grand officers are also planning to attend. District No. 6 numbers the following WHAT $3.00 WILL BUY We have a case well filled with hats to be sold at $3.00. - All were originally much higher in price, some three times what we are now asking. MRS. W. F. SHEPARD j Prepare for Thanksgiving! i jMake your selections early lodges on its roster: DeWitt Clinton, No. 15. Northfteld, Charles S. Carleton, W. M.; Aurora lodge, No. 22. Montpelier, Frank L. Burbank, W. M.; Granite lodge of Barre; Winooski. No. 49, of Water bury, E. E. Campbell, W. M.j Green Mountain lodge, No. 68, of Cabot, Mason L. Chester, W. M.; Mafd River lodge, No. 77, of Waitsfield, Charles J. Green, W. M.; Wyoming lodge, No. SO, of North Montpelier, Ivan W. Gray, W. M. Hoagknit sweaters at Abbott's. TALK OF THE TOWN For Rent Office in Howland building;! Howland Bros. & Cave. j Go to John H. Johnson, 37 South Main street, for your roofing, eave troughing,' sheet iron and tin work, repairing, etc Tell 212-W. I Building and repairing attended to, promptly by day or contract. H. F. Johnson, 30 Richardson street. Tele-! phone 77-2. ' BARRE WIRELESS SYSTEM. Several Stations Set Up In Various Sec tions. cordially invited and a good time is (J , vi,(ip(1 ig to rcf.ive aml tran9. assured. ' I ., ' v, .lutri iinliii-t inn viz. The Wormin's club met yesterday aft- L.jthout the aid of wires. To the three ernoon in Howland hall at 3 o clock. wj,.PiPS9 stations already established in The -meeting was in charge of the domes- (Hfl-,.,.,. sections of the city, is to be tic science department, Mrs. Benedict, a.i(.i an equipment installed lately by chairman. Food demonstrations were rif.0Taa p. Ball, a railway postal clerk given as lollows: Hamburg roast and ..;.. between Boston and St. Albans, rolls, Mrs. Oscar Anderson; of ,: i,nme. 105 Hill street. W. H. Swedish mayonnaise dressing, Mrs. McDonald; suet pudding, Mrs. Benedict. There was a large attendance and the meeting was much enjoyed by all. A successful food sale was held by the committee at the close-. Mrs. Stella Laviolette and daughter went this morning to 8rielburne, where they will pass Thanksgiving with the former's parents. Thomas Ktacev left on an early morning train for Newbury to pass the holidays with relatives, and Mr. and Mrs. lhonias enner of Elm street left at 8:15 for the latter's home in Keene, N. II., to visit relatives until the early part of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Waterman have cone to Brookfield to be the guests of friends until Friday and Mrs. Evelyn Cray has gone to Burlington to visit relatives through the remainder of the week. Miss Anna Brady, a teacher in the city schools, has gone to her home in Bakers- field to pass the Thanksgiving recess. Mr. and Mrs. S. Hollister Jackson of Wellington street went to Burlington this morning to remain until after Thanksgiving. Cook With Gas. When using broiling oven, first heat for five minutes. Steak and chops should be placed as near as possible to Ha me without touching, and turned only once while broiling. Broiling door should be left wide open. lish and chicken should 'be placed in middle of broiling oven and door closed half way. When broiling rial), take rack out of broiling pan, grease pan and place fish in, with skin side down. Do not turn fith as it will break. ui.i,nn and cane of electricians Satur day completed the location of two gal vanized iron standards on the roof of Mr Ball's home. Mr. Bishop and his men had already installed the standards for stations on Spaulding street hill and in Portland, Me., and Stamford. Conn. With Mr. Ball is associated his young son, Aldon Ball, aged 14, to whose in genuity is due much of the credit for the success of the plan. In young Ball's brain first appeared the germ of the wireless idea and with the aid of his father the idea has been worked out. The bov has constructed all of the sta tion apparatus, while his father has been engaged in perfecting the aerial. Tlif lad worked out his plan from approved spec ifications and has evolved the mechanical end of the scheme completely on his own resources. Within a few days the station will be already for its salutatory message. Sentences will ; bo exchanged with other stations in Barre for a test and later it is expected that communi cation tnav be made with Cape Cod and other wireless stations. . WEBSTERVILLE. iviaKe your seiecuuns eanv i Iturkeys ! iAll Vermont fresh-killed birds. ; weign irora i io so ins. eacn. Prices range from I : . 28c to 35c lb. YOUNG DUCKS Weigh from 31, to 71, lbs each I .GEESE Best lot from 6s 23c and 25c lb. we ever had. Weigh I : to 13 lbs. each. J jc ami i.Lc iu. i Stall Fed Chickens and j Fowls in Abundance : St' John the Baptist Episcopal church. fervii-P at 7 o'clock on the evening of Thanksgiving day rector. W. J. M. Beattie, Regular meet- flrih. mg ot Harre i& aerie, 1573, r. Vri S$tr O. E Wednea S?.! day evening at " - 4, in t-agies- nan Initiation and nomination of olliee Cranberries, very best quality, ioc qt. 118 Florida Oranges for 35c I Large Florida Oranges. .35c, 40c doi j iFigs 15C and aiC lb J Shelled Walnuts, new 15c quarter Jew vainuis (just arnveuj 10c and aac lb New Dates ." 10c lb We Know You Will Want a Lot in Our Line of Goods This Thanksgiving Week and if you come here for it you will be sure to get it right. Of course we will have plenty of Milk and Cream. Our Creamery Butter, none better. A large supply of Eggs, best grades obtainable, all recandled. Fancy Cottage, Neufchatel and Cream Cheese. Order Vanilla or Strawberry Ice Cream or Frozen Pudding and you will not only be satisfied but de lighted with no labor or trouble for yoursef. . - Dairy B. DodfJC Creamery 300-302 North Main Stn Barre, Vt. Tel. 233-W t Hubbard Squash 4C lb I i Fresh Cucumbers, Sweet Fotatoes, j ,CriBp Celery, Red Radishes, Vegota- ! ble Oysters, Lettuce, Parsnips, Spin- ach, etc., will bo here fresh for I Wednesday. I S Mixde Nuts, Castinas.. Almonds, Pe- I r:ii,..i. rl,.i... .;;. tv.nl Corn, Crystallized Cherries, etc. RICHELIEU PLUM PUDDING I Don't bother to make a pudding I" when you can get a can of this . elegant pudding that is made I from an old and tested English recipe, iui urn; jw- z I Potato Chips : ioc box I Fancy Cheese, 17 kinds to choose S Jfrom. ' I Have you tried our Fruit Cakes! j Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel. I "Richelieu Brand" Rice, large fan- I S cy head rice, 1913 stock, has just J arrived. Extra fancy 10C lb; Japan Rice, regular 10c, only..8c lb Broken Rice 5C 1 I SPECIAL ON ONIONS-,Tust in, a new lot, 33c pk., $1.35 bushel. i . i THANKSGIVING VALUES We have an extra fancy lot of Native Turkeys, all sizes, per lb .30c to 35c Fowls, young, plump birds, per lb 23c Native Geese, Ducks and Roasting Chickens. Celery, Lettuce, Squash and Pumpkins. In fact, all the fixings to make your table complete. 2 lbs. of Home-Made Mince Meat for 25c 10 lbs. of Sweet Potatoes for 25c 3 pounds of New Dates for 25c Florida Oranges, per doz. from 20c to 35c New Mixed Nuts, New Walnuts and Pop Corn. Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, y4 lb 5c Currants, cleaned and washed, per package. . . . 10c Cranberries, all sound fruit, per qt 10c Plum Puddings in cans, ready to serve; Jams, Jellies, and all kinds of Foreign and Domestic Cheese. Bakery Department This is our busy week, so kindly give us your special orders early. We have a fine variety for your selection. Ladd's Cream Bread, the quality bread, 3 for. , 1 25c Fresh supplies of Fish every day. Finnan Haddies and plenty of Oysters. F.D. LAPP COMPANY