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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, T, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1913.
BEFORE CHRISTMAS MAMFV.QAVIMf; M F At Perry's on Saturday We offer you for Saturday some special values that Will help you out on Christmas gift problems. You really cannot afford to miss this sale. Special Waist Sale, 98c each (In Christmas Boxes) . One hundred of the newest Waists, in pretty Christ mas boxes. Fifty Crepe Voile Waists, in Pink, Blue, Lav ender, White, new shawl collar. Has the new elephant sleeve, trimmed with cut jet buttons, absolutely the newest Waist. At 98c each in a Christmas box. Fifty Waists made of Striped PongeesPique collar, cuffs and vest; buttons of cut jet; a tailored model of much beauty, in black and blue stripe; a beauty at 98c. a,i tit or PA tfo Crt ETA 0 CA C". Kft utner waists at $1.43, jpi.au, y.ov, .po.uu, yo.uv. Ladies' All -Linen Handkerchiefs, 6 for 25c W 1, xnntko Irtf nf ihnoa All PiirA TinPTl TTflTld- C lid V C CU1U L-H-i. 1UV W"uv v. w .-.--.- kerchiefs, hemstitched with quarter-inch hem; a better quality than we ever sold before. If you did not get all you needed last Saturday, here is your opportunity to buy 6 All Linen Handkerchiefs for 25c. You should see our Handkerchiefs in boxes at 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c. Flannelette Kimonos, 98c each A $1.25 value ' One lot pretty Flannelette Kimonos in Blue, Pink, Lavender, Tan and Gray, fbral designs. While this lot lasts, we shall ask you only 98c eacha very good value. A beautiful lot of Kimonos at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.95 and $2.50. Messaline Petticoats Cerise, King Blue, Green, Copenhagen; a Messaline Skirt with 15-inch flounce, with fine tucks. We have had three lots of this kind. You should see this value at $1.49. Sweaters, $3.50 Vnt Swpflter. in Dark Cardinal. Navv Blue or Grav: has a shawl collar, pockets. This is our $4.50 number, for a special on Saturday only $3.50. See our Sweaters at $3.98, $4.50 and $6.50. 1 1-4 Wool finish Blankets, $1 .89 We. offer on Saturday our $2.50 Wool Finish 11-4 Blankets in Gray or White ends; are bound with mercer ized tape. These Blankets have exceptionally pretty bor ders; on Saturday only $1.89. Wool and Wool Finish Blankets at $2.50, $3.50, $3.98, $4.50 and $6.00 per pair. TALK OF THE TOWN New beaded bags at Knight's. Christmas gloves at Vaughans. f. Diamond and pearl pendants at Jnirr a. Umbrellas for gents or ladies at Fitts . TkvIva natterns and varieties of knives and forks, at Burr's. Come to Barre's Christmas store ior your neckwear. The Vaughan Store. Special-" value to help you out on Christmas gift problem at Terry a on Saturday. mi v. Commencing to-day, a lady will tie in attendance at the Landers Cigar Store to wait on trade. . A big new arrival of Victor records in Red Seal and Purple Label at Hooker s. Come in and hear them. , A. 0. H. meeting will be held Thurs day evening at 7 o'clock, K. of C. hall. Election of officers. Large attendance desired. . The ladies of Companion court, 1. u. F., No. 757, will hold a dance in wrt" en hall after their meeting, Dec, 19. The committee. William Littlejohn of Providence, R. I., a student at Brown university, ar rived home to-day for the annual Christ mas vacation. ... Ray Puffer returned to his home on South Main street yesterday from the City hospital, where ne was ojwik upon a week ago. io Un Bimtinn nd. of valuable prop- mnu . i ' - - - erty, to be Bold Saturday at 2 p. m. at S. Hollister Jackson's office, 'Jackson block, and see if there is anything you are in need of. Miss Bessie Lane of Montpelier leu this noon for Boston and New York, where she will pass the winter as the guest of friends and relatives. Bemice Rollins of this city, accompanied her to Wells River. The Smith & Cumlngs provision store recently equipped their plant on North u.: ,;ti i,o Intent desiim of Ainni DVUXU ...... - coffee grinder and also installed in the store a conee ana peanui iuhpixti. present both are on display in the show window. Both machines were manu factured by the A. J. Deer company of Hornels, N. Y. A regular meeting of Hiawatha lodge, No. 20. I. O. O. F., on Thursday evening, tw is t 7 o'clock. Nomination of officers. The first degree will be con ferred and retresnments win oe r.-u. exrwrieA from East Barre, Washington and Williamstown. A large attendance is Hoped ior. rer oruer no ble grand. Joseph Simoneau, who received a broken ankle in the James K. Pirie quarrv four months ago, was able to re turn to his home in Websterville yes terday from the Barre City hospital. Mr. Simoneau illustrate the successful use of the pulmotor, s it became nec essary to use it in setting his leg and two hours passed before normal breath ing was restored. Lie large pane of plate glass in the display window at the Lamorey cloth ing store, which was broken last week, was removed yesterday under the direc tion of A. B.'Lane and Karl Lane. A new glass was inserted before a gap ing crowd of spectators who kept won dering if the efforts of the glaziers to insert the glass intact would be thwart ed at the last moment. The window was safely in its place before dusk. This morning it was discovered that a sire able piece of glass, measuring 7x5 feet 0 inches could be salvaged from the broken pane. George M. Marrion, who is cutting a display window in the east wall of his Depot square cigar storcj learned that the glass could lie cut to the dimension desired by him. The broken window, therefore, will not be a total loss to the clothing man. A party of four Barre Odd Fellows returned early this morning from Hyd Park, where they attended the annual meeting of the 11th district last even ing. The journey, was accomplished in . . i ... ! - - 1 1 .. excellent time in spue vi iu con dition of the highways. Judge II. W. Kcott, Frank W. Jackson, O. Cady Aver ill and Alex. Duncan comprised the party and the trip was made in the latter's automobile. Over 150 Odd fellows at- ...... ....t.iAAit4 ' P. ABBO?T& CO. fA. P. ABBOTT & CO. j A. P. ABBOTT & CO. I A. P. ABBOTT & CO. ttiS&iffP Perry & Camp, r5 North Main Street Barre, Vermont tended the meeting and lodges in Hyde mil I,' fT? TUP THYVM Park, Hardwick, East Hardwick, and 1ALIV Uf lIirlVtn Cambridge were represented. Grand lodge onieers reviewea trie cereraonuu work of the early evening and after wards a banquet was served. Some of the visiting Odd Fellows contributed short after-dinner speeches to the occasion. Notice, Polishers! Resular meeting Ba'rre polishers' branch, G. C. I. A., will be held in their hall, Nichols block, on Thursday evening, Dec.' 18, at 7 o'clock. Election of officers and other important business. W. G. Pirie, sec. What to Give for Christmas? Where to Put the Gift Books? Two Questions with But a Single Answer a "beautiful Bookcase to hold the gift books, and be i i j i an ever grateful reminder 01 tne generous giver. Such a gift i3 good for any one member of the family or for all the family 1 The individual will appreciate its daily use, but all will enjoy the beauty and good cheer that it adds to a room, when filled with treasured volumes. To make the matter of selection a3 easy as possible, we have arranged a special Christmas Exhibit of Sectional Bookcases We are showing the complete line in various finishes, adaptable to various interiors. We are demonstrating the Sectional Construction, which permits your library to grow, shelf by shelf, as the books are acquired, yet at all times preserv ing its symmetry of arrangement. Visit Our Globe-Wernicke Bookcase Event and Solve the Gift Question Store open to-morrow evening B.'W. Hooker & Company Vermont's Largest House Furnishers mm ' li Christmas Ribbons So many uses for Christmas Ribbons that one should always keep in touch with the largest assortments. Keep an eye on prices. Be able to buy all the Ribbon values that your money will buy. Buy of merchants that turn their stocks fast enough so that they can be kept fresh and right as for styles. There are so many Ribbons used for. Christmas gifts, such- as Hair Ribbons, Sash Ribbons, Underwear Ribbons, and a hundred kinds of Fancy Work Ribbons. See ours in plain colors at 5, lO and 15c; also our specials at 19 and 25c; also our 25c Fancy Bargain Ribbons on center counter. Elmark Ivory This is a new line with us and it is very beautiful. Every lady ad mires it. Elmark Ivory makes the best toilet articles to be had. Lots buy a piece at a time and in that way after a while acquire a whole set. Elmark Ivory sells best in Hand Mirrors and Hair Brushes. Smaller pieces if you like. We pay the same for these as Jordan and the large Boston stores. We are satisfied with a smaller profit. Will be pleased to have you see these new kinds. Prieed according to weight of material used in their manufacture. Christmas Linens These make very desirable gifts, Tray Cloths, all linen, double hems, at 25 and 50c Cloths for sewing tables at 50o. $LOO and up. Table Cloths with Napkins, the whole set for $2 9S. Napkins, all sizes, spe cial weight, at from $1.39 up. Towels, all linen, guest size, 2 for 25e. Large Towels at from 15o to S1.50 each. Furs Are More Fashion able Than Ever fiir-Viparino" animals are slowlv but surely being exterminated. Therefore, the price of Furs is consequently advanc ine So whatever you may buy this year in the way of Furs or Fur-trimmed Garments will be bought at lower prices than similar articles can be bought next year. We include in our stock all of the popular Furs-Furs that the trade at large recognize and accept as the season's best values. There is no article that oes in to make up a ladies' wardrobe that she gets so much reKlue from as a Fur Coat, Scarf or Muff. They are articles that give vou the real warmth, and the style changes but very little from season to t?o m5ir0 ovppntinnallv ?ood holidav rifts. The values we can seasun. x 'ui i--"v. x o- , show you will surely impress you as exceptionally good. Special Values in Suits and Coats In our Tailored Suits you will find some values that will interest any who want a good Suit for the holiday season. Here are Suits in the best -...nt.. fviM r one-half nrice. We also have some extra good Suit values that are made up in the plain tailored styles Suits that are good for all seasons. They are made from fine worsteds ana serges; .u.-j, in sizes from 6 to 41 bust. These we are closing at reduced prices. These are good holiday garments at a good saving in price. In Separate Coats we can show you some models that are the season's Dest at prices inav w.. interest you. , Marshall Field & Co.'s Handkerchiefs Will save you a part of your Handkerchief money. Howt Just for tne reason that you can find in this line lots of styles at 15c as good as in other lines for 25c. It is the largest line in the country. They run several factories themselves. In this way they get these Handker chiefs to us at a lower price. Initial Handkerchiefs for ladies and gents. Silk Initial Handkerchiefs made of imported Jap Silk for 50c. Black Cat Hosiery for Christmas Gifts The most that you can give for the money you pay comes in Black Cat Hosiery. For boys, misses, children, ladies, and gents at 25 per pair. Black Cat Silk Hose 503 and $100 in Christmas boxes. Ladies' Neckwear and Kid Gloves You will find here only the latest ideas in Neckwear. Good values at 25 and 50c. All of our Kid Gloves are warrant ed. When you receive a pair of our Gloves you have beautiful Kid Gloves. Children's Fur Sets The little folks are always pleased with a new Fur or Coat. In these we can show you a large display. We have a very fine quality White and Black Coney Set that is a good value at $1.75 In the Junior Furs we have a good assortment that are made up in the popular Furs of the season. At $3-75 is a good Coney Fur Set that is made up in the Junior Sets. At $5.50 is a good Coney Fur Set that comes in a good large size, in the Junior Sets. At $6 23 is a very good Junior Fur Set that is made with a large cape collar and a medium muff. These are in the Leopard Fur. At $4 75 is a large set of Jun ior Furs that is made up in the Blue Wolf Dog Fur. These are a very serviceable set. The Muffloon makes a very good, serviceable Fur and is popular this season. The new Canary color is extra good. If you want a Separate Muff we can give you a good assortment for Juniors and Misses at from $2-0O up to 915-00. Many Useful Suggestions In Ladies' Furs we can give you one of the largest and best assort ments to select from that we ever had at this time of the season. What would make a more appro priate gift than a good Fur Set or a Separate Muff? The popular Furs, such as Fox, P-accoon, Opossom, Mar ten, Jap Mink, Beavre, Seal, and Lynx, are Furs that have service, as well as being the popular Furs of the season. The Blanket Eobes are a garment every lady needs. These we are showing in some extra good models. These are made from the heavy Bea con blankets, and are made in the plain tailored styles. At from $3-75 to $7.50. Ladies' Colored Silk Petticoats are in great demand. These we have in many shades in a very good quality at $2-50 and $3 OO. In Black Silk Petticoats we can give you a good assortment at from $2 50 to $5 00. We also have a special that is made up from the Italian serge that has a silk finish and will wear extra well. These we sell at $1.25 to $2 SO. The following are being sold in large quantities for gifts: Bed Comforters (these especially with silk covers), Blanket, Sheets and Slips, Bed Spreads Table Damask and Towels; a new Corset Muslin Underwear Jewelry in small sets, also solid-face Jewelry m boxes, Chains, Pins, Combs and Belts. A Christmas Lne of Umbrellas. The Daylight Store HttM - I ' II " " . Indian blankets at Fitts. Christmas umbrellas at Knight's. Big sale of silk dresses. Paris Shirt waist House. Ninety-eight cents, special waist sale, in Christmas boxes at Terry's on Sat urday. " The Columbia records for January, 1914, arc here and can be heard at Hooker'. Bedquilts, 'shoes, all sorts of pictures and knickknacks, also reading matter, at tli riiinmacre sale at the Universalis! church to-morrow, Friday. Mrs. Solon C. Carpenter of Groton has sone from the City hospital, where she underwent a serious operation four weeks ago, to the home of her husband s sister, Mrs. C. W. Averill. The next attraction at the opera house is the "Hilly Allen" Musical Comedy Co., which opens a three-day engagement with a matinee on Christmas day. This company played a week's engagement here last season and proved to be the best popular priced attraction ever seen here. Adv. Cobble Hill Grange Fair Program. Thursday Evening, Dee. 18. Music' Mrs. J. K. Thurston Solo K. S. Kent Headings Dr. F. M. Lvnde Solo Mrs. F. R. Northrop Farce "The Old Fashioned Singing School" by 24 members of Cobble Hill grange Friday Evening, Dec. 19. Piano duet Mrs. J. K. Thurston and Mrs. H. J. Garr Reading Miss Jessie Pratt Singing Ladies' chorus Reading - .P. S. Kent Dupt Misses Beach and Smith Drill Cobble Hill grange degree team All articles not previously sold will be sold at auction. Admission, 10c; chil dren under ten, 5c. TALK OF THE TOWN See those waist values at Abbott's. Beautiful line of handbags at Ab bott's. Select your Christmas shirtwaist, big assortment. Paris Shirtwaist House. Have vou seen our line of Christmas poods? V. H. Goodfellow & Son, 211 North Main street. w Go to Holmes, the jeweler, for your Christmas watches, clocks, rings, lockets, cutf links and jewelry. ' Angelo Diversi, proprietor of the Di versi fruit company, arrived in the city last night from New York for a few days' business visit. s j Andrew Fresconi of New York, a gran ite representative, who has been pass ing a few days in the city, returned to day to his home. While in Barre he visited the quarries on Millstone hill. SOUTH BARRE. All grangers who are interested in a singing school are jasked to meet Mr. Lamont at the grange hall Thursday night at 7:30. A regular communication of Granite lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M., will be held Fri day evening at 7 o'clock for tch of business, after under the auspices of the Past Masters' association, Grand Secretary H. H. Ross will deliver an ad dress, which cannot fail to please every lover of the craft. All Master Masons are cordially invited to be present. Re freshments at close. Per order W. M. if y nuii a. 'Jr dispatc r " which, Regular meeting of Winnetta coun cil, No. 10, D. of P Thursday, Dec. 18, at 7 o'clock. A good attendance is re quested, as there will be election of officers. To The Public: f Commencing to-night (Thursday) and continuing until Christmas, all stores will be open evenings until 9 o'clock, excepting Saturday and Christ mas eve, when the stores will close an hour later. Shop Early Barre Retail Merchants' Association . December 17, 1913. FROM BOSTON We expect tolreturn from the city Thursday, Dec. 18. We will then be able to give you any suggestions you may need for the making of the very newest dress acces sories to be used for Christmas gifts or for hoilday wear ing. . . MRS. W. F. SHEPARD Novelties for Gifts Manicure, Sewing and Darning Sets, Variety Cases, Needle Books, Sachets, Shaving Pads, Laundry Lists, Cravat Holders and Sweet Grass Baskets. These articles are from 25c to $3.00 each. MISS W. E. ROWELL , 161 North Main Street GOOD VALUES for every pound of Fish we send to you is good to eat, so you always get your money's worth. One load by express this morning includes: Halibut, Salmon, Smelts, Blues, Flats, Cod, Herrings, Haddock, Mackerel, and a box of Lake Bull Pouts, (Finnan Haddies par excellence), Scallops, Clams, Lobsters, Oysters. A good variety for all three meals each day. Strictly fresh nearby Eggs, per dozen 45c Storage Eggs, best grade, per dozen Pea Beans, per peck, 65c; 3 quarts for Fresh Grated Horse Radish, per bottle Blue Label Catsup, large size 1f.d.laddcompan !