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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE VT., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1913.
SB RANDOLPH WATERBURY Clothes that Tower Above the Ordinary LONDON PARIS NEW YORK Fruhauf London Clothes! . ...' We are ready to dress every man that comes to us, as he , should be dressed. We are showing clothes that are acknowl- ' edged by the largest and foremost clothiers of the United States to be in a class by themselves. They are the produc tion of the world's best tailors, clothes that' speak well of you everywhere you go. Look in our window, then come' in and let us show you. Come and learn the great advantage of be- . ing served by an expert clothes service. Suits, $25 to $40 Overcoats, $25 to $50 Suit of other makes, $10 to $25 Overcoats of other makes, $10 to $25 Christmas Neckwear There's a vast difference in men's neckwear a differ ence that will count largely when it comes to actual compari son. We probably buy more neckwear than any other store in Barre we know we receive concessions that are not en joyed elsewhere. We want you to compare our 50c neckwear with any you see elsewhere at 75c. We have also a very fine showing oi Christmas neckwear ranging from 75c to $1.50. Christmas boxes given free. Below we are suggesting a few of the many things . which you canfind here,, which will make suitable gifts for men and boys. Umbrellas ' Traveling Bags Bath Robes House Coats Suit Cases ' Gloves Fancy Arm Bands and Supporters to match in Earl. & Wilson Shirts Holeproof Hosiery Christmas boxes Fur-Lined Coats Boys' Suits Tie; Hose and Handker chief to match Fancy Arm Bands Lamorey Clothing Co., Yours for Better Things to Wear BETHEL let Racing Association Has Been Formed by Horsemen. Fifteen horsemen from Bethel, Royal ton, Randolph, and Barnard met yester day afternoon, at the Bethel inn and or ganized an ice racing association with D. W. Bliss fof president ; E. C. Mcln- . tyre, secretary; Fred B. Wright, treas urer, and a committee on races consist ing of Dr. G. A. Best, C. A. Cady of Barnard, George Panton of Randolph, John Waldo of South Royalton, and C. " L. Lowell of Royalton. It is planned to hold races on the ice in the White 4 river at this place, Where the Gaysvillc '" Electric Light & Power company's dam gives a clear stretch of a mile of thick ice every winter. Jack Turner of Woodbury was arrest ed Sunday evening and Monday morn ing pleaded guilty to a second offense of intoxication and was taken to Wood stock by Constable John D. Wheeler for a 30 days' term in jail. Twenty-four members of the Womnn's club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. E. A. Davis. Mrs. George I. Abbott read a paper on, "Prose Writer of New Kng land." A paper on "Poets of Xew Eng land," written by Mrs. P. II. Jcnney, was read. Mrs. A. Lee Cady contributed a reading and Miss Rebecca Irish a song. The club will conduct a cake sale at Mrs. Guy Wilson's next Friday after noon. . r Miss Eleanor Graham is visiting at L. J. Hathaway's in Montoelier. Mrs. E. R. Abbott of Franklin, X. If., is a guest of Mrs. Stella Grant. ' ' Miss Hamilton of Woodstock fame yesterday to work in the local telephone exchange. njKUanj:::a::::s;::.::n::::n:j::n:n::nn:::::aj:nn::::u A CHRISTMAS PRESENT for every woman in this city and vicinity. THE LATEST NOVELTY in the form of Buckles and other ornaments for Slippers and Pumps. , We wish to emphasize the fitness of these for Christmas gifts. They may be fas tened on to any Slipper and will not fail to please the "young lady friend." Rhinestone set in cut steel, "Silverite," etc., at $1.25, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. 1 A big assortment of colonial effects also, at 50c to $1.50. The People's Shoe Store C. S. Andrews, Prop., Barre, Vermont 0 M ii-ife? ORANGE Installation of the officers of the grange will be held at the first meeting in January instead of at the next meet ing, as reported. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rogers and daughter have gono to New Hampshire. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lamson of Wil liamstown were guests at E. N. Peake's Sunday. ' , G. A. R. and Grange Elect Officers for Next Year. At a recent meeting of U. S. Grant post, G. A, R., the following officers were elected to serve the coming year; Com mander, J. D. La port; senior vice com mander J. H. Wood; junior vice com mander, William Young; officer of the day, John Alanney; quartermaster, C. W. A. Putnam; chaplain, E. V. Parker; outside guard, L. J. Blakely; adjutant, F. H. Ketchum. F. IL Ketchum was elected delegate at large, C. W. A. Putnam first delegate, J.( H. Wood, second delegate, and E. A. Heath, third delegate. The last named were authorized to choose their own alternates. The .officers will be installed about the first of January, and the officers to serve at that time will be announced later. Mrs. B. H. Tenney of Barre and Mrs, Hall of Brookfield are both with their sister, Mrs. L. H. Rumrill, whose hus band has been failing in strength for the Inst lew days. Elmer Sault, the son of Mr. and Mrs, t,a oault, was taken violently ul on Sunday, and Dr. Gifford decided that it was appendicitis and he was taken to the sanatorium about 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Sunday and at once op erated upon. The appendix was in a bad state and a few hourB' delay would have cost him his life. Mr. Sault went safely through the operation and at present he is resting comfortably, and ins recovery is expected. Miss Mabel Sault was taken back from Boston Friday night by Miss Hat tie Sault and Dr. Angell, after consult ing a specialist 'for her knee, which has been in a bad condition since last July, not having been able to bear her weight upon it in that time. The specialist at tributed the trouble to one of three causes, and Dr. Angell will at once bive her treatment to locate the trouble, if possible. Victor Williams, who has been in West 'Hartford for several weeks at work is now here for the present, and Mrs. Williams and daughter have gone to Bridgeport, Conn., to remain with friends until after the holidays. The funeral of Snlmon Williams, whose death occurred in East Braintree, was held on Sunday. Mr. Williams was the brother of the late Ira Williams of this town. ; At the meeting of Randolph grange held on Saturday night at grange hall, the following officers were elected to serve the coming year; Master, Leroy Danyow; overseer, Oscar Gates; lectur er, Dr.-II. W. Holden; steward, Royal Smith; assistant steward, John Ander son; chaplain, Mrs. Ralpn Nichols; treasurer, Lyman Hutchinson; secretary, Miss Alyce Buck; gate keeper, Glenn Dustin; Ceres, Miss Mary Priest; Po mona, Miss .Marguerite Ilutchinso.n; Flora, Miss Flint: ladv assistant stew ard, MT Florence Richardson) musical director. Glenn Bailey; pianist, M'ss Ruby Allen; march director. Miss Una Allen; reporter,, Mrs. hugenie larngan. The officers will be installed about the first of January by the state 'master, Mr. Cady. " John Bowon, who has been with his daughter on the Rochester road, died on Sunday at her home. " NORTHFIELD I pm if "y I Here's a , Useful Clock for Every Home The Davis 8-Day Alarm devotes Ave minutes every morning- to gctttag you up on time (unless you throw the "off" switch I. and serves as a handsome and reliable timekeeper for your family the rest of the day. YfJTJ WIND THE DAVIS BUT ONCE A WEEK Doesn't this new feature appeal to you T More than that the springs arc encased in brass barrels like a watch result, even tension when winding. A steel dust cap, patented, protects the works. The DAVIS 8-day alarm is richly fin ish, d in nickel and stands 7 inches high. Its Rood looks and good works cannot fail to please you. IT'S EASY TO GUARANTEE SUCH A CLOCK AS THIS That's why we cheerfully agree to re fund your money if the Davis clock ' does not rive satisfactory results after two weeks' trial. Send us $2.60 and we will forward this reliable time-keeper postpaid. THE DAVIS COMPANY BROOKLYN, N. Y. Station "L" Cadet Robert Anthony, N. U. '18, who has been ill of pneumonia at the Sigma Phi F-psilon fraternity ucuse for two weeks.'ig slowly improving. Members of theta Chi fraternity gave a very enjoyable house partv at the chapter house on Central street Friday evening. Many of their friends in and out of town were present and the usual good time was in order. Preparations are being made by mem bers of the Senior class of Xorthlield high school for a concert to be given by the Tufts college glee club, Jan. 5. Rev. and .Mrs. H. C Ledyard left Mon day morning for Racine, Wis. Mr. Led yard has been pastor of the I'niversalist church here for the past two years and both he and Mrs. Ledyard leave many friends who wish them the best of suc cess in their new 1 field, at Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. Edith Stickney is spending two weeks with relatives in Brandon and vicinity. " - Miss Jessie Garvey is assisting in the dry goods store of Boyles & Smith dur ing the holiday season. Mrs. Fred Fuller has been confined to the house by illness for several days. I nomas McCutcheon has moved his family from the Byam farm to the house on Central street, which he recently pur? chased from the estate of .N. Huntley. In the absence of a regular pastor, the Sunday school of the Vniversalist church will give a Christmas concert, assisted by the adult choir. This will take the place of the morning service Sunday, Dec. 21. On Dec. 2S, Rev. Mr. Crane of Stowe will occupy the pulpit and on the following humlay it will he nllea by .Mr. Scott, now a student at Tufts college. Mrs. W. W. Rumrill of Boston was in town Saturday to attend a .meeting of the executive board of Norwich university. H. B. S. Burwell of w insted, Conn., has been spending a few days with friends in town. The funeral of Mrs. Lucy Ladd -was held at her late home on Main street, Saturday afternoon, with burial at the Center cemetery. Rev. J. B. Sargent, pastor of the Congregational church officiated. Another pleasant and profitable joint meeting of the Hypatia and Pierian clubs was held at the home of Mrs. W. J. Boyce Friday afternoon. 'Mr. E. E. Campbell and Mrs. W. IT. B. Prry introduced the. guests to Mrs. W. J. Boyce, Mrs. Brigham H. Stone of Bur lington, chairman of conservation of the State Federation of Woman's Clubs, Mrs. James Fife, president of the Pier ian club and Miss Etta Graves, vice president of the Hypatia club. The house was well filled with members of the two clubs and-their guests. Mr. Fife presided. The program consisted of vocal solos by Miss Welthy Docker, vo cal solos by Mrs. D. C. Jones and a violin solo by Miss Norma Perkins. Miss Bocker also sang after the address. Ac companists, Mrs. D. W. Cooley and Mrs. E. F. Palmer, jr. Mrs. Stone gave a most interesting and instructive address upon "Conservation," speaking of the conservation of forests and streams. She made a stronc plea, first for the ladies to become interested and second for their interest in the work. She spoke of the forest pests and had charts which showecf the different insects. Mrs. Stone had a, very attentive audience and new in terest was surely aroused in her subject. Refreshments were served by Misses Kdythe and Harriet Boyce, Mrs. Ear Boyce and Mrs. Earl Evans. By vote of the two clubs assembled, the firBt of the household economics institutes, un der the direction of Miss Bertha M. Ter r ill. dean of women of the U. V. M. and chairman of the household eco nomics section of the Vermont State Federation of Woman's Clubs, will be held here Jan. 9 and 10. The president of the Board of Trade and president of the village have expressed their willing ness to help the clubs in every way. Waterbury club women feel quite proud to have the first of these instiutes and hope to work it to the advantage of every' woman in the vicinity. Dr. and Mrs, S. L. Goodrich return this week and are to have rooms in the home of Richard Deineritt on Main street. ' Mrs. George Joslyn is very much im proved. Miss Van Benschoten, who ha been caring for her, has gone to the home of J. E. Crossett to aid in caring for him. Mr. Crossett lies in a state of coma now and hopes of his recovery are abandoned. Harold Powers, who has been ill in Beverly, Mass., has returned home. He was accompanied by his aunt, Mrs. Fred Perry. Miss Harriett Thompson is very low at her rooms on Main street.' E. F. Palmer, jr., takes the mail over Crossett hill, to help out Route Agent Henry Dillingham. Mrs. C. C. Warren. Mrs. G. W. Morse, and Mrs. B. R. Demeritt attended the D. A. R. meeting in Montpclier at the home of Mrs. C. D. Mather, Saturday afternoon. Friday evening ahout 35 friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. James Greene gathered at their home to remind them of the 2(Hh anniversary of their mar riage. A very happy evening was spent and many tokens of regard left. Re freshments were served. Henry Edwards, who has been crit ically ill with typhoid fever, is slightly more comfortabie. Two trained nurses are caring for him. B. F. Atherton received a bad cut over his eye while at work on the tool sharp ening building which is being" erected near the freight depot. He was off work for a few days. Aivierryuinstmasf Come to our Christmas spread! After you have thought and thought, been all over town and looked at a thousand useless arti t cles, you'll undoubtedly decide to give "Him" I SLIPPERS Our line of Men's Slippers is the" finest assort t ment you can find anywhere. You'll find our prices X very reasonable, too! X Slippers in Tan and Black Kid Skin, velvet em X bossed. Opera or Everett shape, Nullifiers, Rorneos, etc. X Slippers are now always have been and always X I will be the ideal Christmas gift for a man ! The Tilden Shoe Company ! t "The House of Better, Shoes" Aldrich Building Barre, Vt. NOW is the time to buy your Skates, while odr line is complete; also Straps and Skate Sharpeners. We have a large line, ranging in price from 75c to $1.50. Hockey Sticks from 5c to 50c. THE N. D. PHELPS CO. Telephone 29 Barre, Vermont GAYSVILLE Grange Elects B. L. Osgood Master; Re ception to Him and Wife. The following officers of Good Will grange were elected at their last meet ing: Master, B. L. Osgood; overseer J. M. Amsdeu; lecturer, Alice Chedel; steward, H. J. Costigan; asst. steward, M. G. Gould; secretary, Mrs. B. L. Os good; treasurer, Mrs. M. L. Wynian, jr.; G. K.,,P. M. Nye; chaplain, Agnes Heape; Ceres, Mrs. H. J. Costigan; Po mona, Mrs. J. D. Blacknier; Flora. Mrs. J.'M. Amsdcn; I A. S., Florence Scher-raerhorn. NORTH CALAIS Christmas exercises will be held' at Memorial hall on Thursday evening, Dee. 25. The cantata, "Santa in Southland," will be given, with. recitations to follow, and two Christmas trees to gladdpn the children's hearts. Everyone cordially in vited to come and 'bring their presents for the trees. I. W. Lnwson returned to his home on Friday from Heaton hospital and is somewhat improved in health. Claude Young has been ill with ton silitis the pout week and John Hicks has been driving the stage. FINDS FOB MRS. PULTZ. Referee Reports Her Entitled to an Ab solute Divorce. New York, Dec. 16. An absolute di vorce for Hildegarde McKenna Pulti, daughter of the United States supreme court judge, from John Pultz, of an old New York family, is recommended in the report of the referee appointed to take testimony in Mrs. Pulti' suit. Hotel bell boys and clerk were among the wit nesses examined. EAST BARRE. At the last meeting of the Woman's Relief corps they elected the following officers: Pres. Mrs. Mary Judkins; V. P., Mrs. Kate Bout-well; sec. Mrs. Addie Gould: treas., Mrs. Stella Wyman; con., Mrs. Eva White; chap. Mrs. Lucy Dur kee. Delegate to state convention, Mrs. Emma Spaulding; alternate, Mrs. Ada Mills. Miss Leda Smith entertained her cousin, Mrs. H. J. Andrews, of Walden", Mass., a part of last week. Leda Smith has returned from a long visit in Brattleboro. C. II. Osgood went to Kxeter, N. H., Monday for a few days' stnyj Mrs. Nellie Newell is at the home of her daughter, Jlrs. Stella Wyman, for the winter. ' , Mrs. Arthur Leavitt is entertaining her grandmother, Mrs. Frazier, from South Tomfret. Mrs. James Sargent and daughter, Louise, of Northfield, were in town a few days of last week. Mrs. Dan Potter has returned from Montpclier, where she has had employ ment for some time. Michael Wood and Mrs. Fannie Baird, both of Stockbridge, were united in mar riage Dec. 16 by Justice of the Peace P. E. Wilson, at his home. One of the pleasant features of the Pomona grange meeting last Thursday was the informal reception tendered to Mr. and Mrs. Burns L. Ogood by mem bers of the grange. in a few well chosen words, George C. Flint of Ran dolph presented Mr. and Mrs. Osgood a gift of money from the granges in the district, of which Mr. Ogsood is deputy. Both responded with a few words of thanks. Useful Christmas Gifts Slippers to Please all Members of the Family THE KOZY KIND, all colors.felt, for the little tots and grown-ups $1.00, 1.25. 1.50 Women's Boudoir Slippers, all colors. $1.00 Women's Black Velvet Party Pumps . . .K $2,00 Women's Soft Leather House Slippers,, cf Ribbon Ties and Strap Sandals ... P I O v Women's Felt Juliettes, fur-trimmed, a also plain all colors Men's Slippers, all styles $1.25, 1.50, 2.00 Barre Shoe Company CHRISTMAS SHO Along with our big closing-out sale which has been on for the past month and which has been a complete success, we are going to give the public the advantage of buying many useful and pretty Christ mas notions and necessities below cost. Our reason for doing this is because we had the goods on the road when the'sale started, and in order to close out this stock we are going Jto salvage the prices on all articles at below the actual cost and in return give Christmas buyers their greatest opportunity in years. You will do well if you come and buy early, before everything is picked over. We will be pleased to show you if you will give us the chance. I New York Bargain House, (nc. 100 No. Main St., Barre, Vt. WILLIAMSTOWN. Attorney B. E. Barley of Montpclier was in town over Sunday, being called here by the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. J. F. Bailey. Substantial progress has been made on the new stoneshed in the past few days and the framework is now being put in place. Mr. and Mrs. Will Downing of Barre J have returned to their home after a stay of several davs with erlatives in town. The ladies7 circle of the I'niversalist church will give a dinner at the dining room in the grange hall on the HHh. Dinner will be served from 11:30 to 1 o'clock. Social hour following the dinner and fancy and domestic articles will be on sale. "Everybody cordially invited. Mrs. Rebekah Simons i in Northfield with her sister, Mrs. H. L. Cheney, for the holiday season. ihe Rural Good wick eluD will meet Officers and members of Court Phil Sheridan, No. 8, are requested to attend a summons meeting of their court Wed nesday evening, Dec. 17, at 7:3" oclork, with Mrs. May Jeffords Saturday, Dec. to elect officers for the ensuing term. 211; subject of lesson; "Marvels' of the Per order secretary. v West," roll call, current events. To the Purchasing Public of Barre and Vicinity You have seen that the merchants and members of oher associations have a iret toirether meeting- ocruicnaUr f,r their mutual benefit. Let u. the working men vt this rttjr, tollow their example It doing; our best to boost the union label. Just think of the material arivantaitei e will have rained (or the working men and women of the various trades that us the label, if w. in united in making the demand. Union made goods mar be had at th following stores : nPTT nPAJ QTIIriT, Cfi nv complete line of men's, women's and chil 1 lljlJlJi. OUVSXJ tUi dren's boots and shoes, the product of 16 different shoe factories to select from, at prices to please every one. Look for the union label. XfrjnP'F JP- HWrMC have Leopold Morse's clothing, also panta, shors, .UUUUlJ V VilXiiO ham, underwear, overalla and frocks. Please look for the label. - ' JOHN BERINATO1'. sole or inner sole. , rood line of union- Look for the label on the T AMORFY PA hv 'h following in stock: IjiUlKJ L.Lu 1 V,V. hatJ nd rsw ,hiru, undo Suits and overcoats, pantv. nderwear. shoes, overalls, neck- glovca, suspenders and hosiery. Pleas insist on seeing the label before buying. T'TTP THrrVRV ClinT union-made clothing, overalls, and cans, XllCJ IUUUEiIVI OI1UI Wjth the label, and are at present negotiat ing with several furnishing houses so that they may hav a complete line of men's garments in the near future. TUP' Tl employed In this city are all organised, so all bread made luii UillliJHO within the city is unim. made. Please patronise the fol lowing stores for good bread: Ladd Co., My Bakery. City Bakery, and the Italian Bakeries. The smokers of this city are requested by th C. L. U. to use their best endeavors to further th interests of the Cigar Makers' and Tobacco Workers' Unions, by buying nothing but union-mad cigars and tobaccos. The unions are not able to give costly premiums. This list will be changed from time to time. Look for this space t Respectfully yours, UXIOK LABEL COMMITTEE of C. L. U. of Barre and Vicinity.