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THE BAURE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., FRIDAY,. DECEMBER 19, 1913
e ckwe F "There's virtue in an. old cravat," says the poet. That's all right, but it won't go these days. It's a smart new cravat that a man likes to wear, and that draws forth the approval of his associates. Every man counts on having his neckwear replen ished at Christmas time. Here are ties and scarfs that will be sure to please: Four-in-Hands, Flowing Ends, English Squares, etc., 25c, 50c up to $2.50 Neckwear variety has reached the climax here. The wealth of colorings, weaves and patterns will satisfy ev ery good taste imaginable. We have luxurious silks from foreign looms made up to our liking by the best scarf , makers. We have also culled the best that the home markets afford. amorey Clothing Co. Yours for Better Things to Wear Store Open Evenings - . CABOT There's a mm Holiday Greeting in every dainty orna ment and sparkling gem that you see dis played in our holiday stock of : Fine Jewelry We extend our greetings to you and invite you to come in and see the gift suggestions that are solving Christmas problems for many. , iir. ij -i a vve are giau 10 see you ana 10 tell you our prices any time. M. L. Aiken 4 315 North Main Street Barre, Vermont EAST MONTPELIER Ralph Munson of Williamstown is gpending a few days at his aunt's, Mr. E. A. Merritt. ' Edgar Peck and family have moved to VVoburn, Mass., where Mr. Peek is hired as a farm hand. Miss Clema Harvey ia in Berlin, visit iny a lady friend. P. A. Gilmore gave an entertainment in grange hall, Greensboro, under the auspices of Caspian Lake grange on the evening of December 17. The selections were from Drummond, Kiley and Carle ton. At the last annual meeting of Green Mountain lodge, No. 68, F. & A. II., the nfflpfri fnr th onaninc vear were elected: Cary Smith, W. M.; H. D. Mo- trims, W.i X, T. Pagum, J. w.j u. H. Currier, S. D.j E. T. Paguin, J. W.; G. Ugendre. S. S.: E. H. Webster, J. S.t George Gould, Treas.j Ralph Hoyt, Sec.j Kev. C. .13. Atwood, chaplain. Uysters were served at the close. Miss Ella Barrett has returned to South Walden to teach the winter term of school. Mr. and Mrs. Pliny Granger of Walden have moved into the house . recently owned by E. D. Waldo. ' The Molly's rails Telephone central is in the same house. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Merritt were in Williamstown Saturday. Mr. Gibson of Plainficld 1ms moved on to the Edgar Peck farnj. Quite extensive repairs have been made at the Congregational church by shingling, building new steps, etc. The ladies' parlor, has been thoroughly ren ovated with steel sheathing overhead, newly painted woodwork, varnished fur niture and a large art square, wmcn adds much to its attractiveness. Christmas will be observed at the Con gregational church Thursday evening, Dec. 23. There will be recitations and singing by the children, with some fine selections" by the older ones, both in strumental and vocal A chicken pie supper will be served by the ladies from 5 to 7:30 at 23 cents each. Everybody cordially invited. A game of basketball, played last Fri day evening between Cabot high school and Peaebam academy, resulted in a score of 15 to 10 in favor of Peacham. A return game will be played at l'each am Friday evening. Dec. 19. Christinas will be observed at the Methodist church Thursday evening, Dec. 25, with appropriate exreises by the children, consisting of singing and reci tations. Everybody welcome. RANDOLPH MONTPELIER Several from this place attended the drama at North Montpelier Thursday and Wednesday exenings. Mrs. Fred Townsend was in Barre Wednesday. The annual election of officers will be held at the East Montpelier grange Wednesday evening. Christmas celebrations begin with Christmas singing, under the direction of Charles Dudley and Christmas sermon by the pastor in the Lni versa list church next Sunday, tV8Ist. The ladies' aid I has already begun to prepare their boxes of Christmas cheer. Christmas festival in the village hall on Christmas eve, Dec. 24. Christmas trees and Christmas joys to one and all. t Mrs. Clara Kent, who has been suffer ing from a bad cold, is much better. Miss Esther Mclvnight will enter the Plair.lield high school the winter term. Miss Klva Townsend will attend God dard seminary this winter. NORTH MONTPELIER WOMEN JJJPA men u nwPfs children ryf I Dainty Felt Slippers U la for every day in trie year. Com fortable, Restful, HeaJthf ul. A laroe variety of styles in many colors, Cnms in and ei im r( mir n. styles.' 'Tis Christmas Time and every woman will expect a pair of pretty Colored Slippers whether she be sweetheart-wife or sweetheart-to-be-wife. Don't disappoint her, but come in and purchase a pair while the assort ment is complete. Look at our window display for styles that are right We have them for men and children also. People's Shoe Store, C. S. ANDREWS, Prop. Barre, Vermont Merrill Clark is confined to his bed with a bad cough and pleurisy. The play, "Cranlwrry Corners," was a decided success in every way. Each one seemed specially adapted' to the part taken and the acting was of a de cidedly high order. Good houses on both night attested the public's appreciation. Christmas begins next Sunday with a special sermon and special music un der the direction of Mrs. Kllen Nye Law rence. Come. The true Christmas spirit will be there. Christinas exercises by the children. Christmas night, Dec. 25, in the vestry of the church, Christmas trees and Christmas cheer. All are wel come. Mrs. Austin Cte still remains very ill. ORANGE. Rer. A. J. Lord will preach at the Con grogoCinal church at Orange, Dec. 21 and 28. From May 21 to August 21, the total tost of construction work by the water department was $13,309.25 and the cost of planting trees at BerKn pond was $440.17. .Montpelier lodge, Knights of Pythias, held its annual meeting and election of officers last evening in Castle hall, when the following were chosen to serve the ensuing year: Chancellor commander, Henry C. Lawson; vice chancellor, J. II. Welcher; prelate, Bert V. lirownj mas ter of work, F. W. Nelson; keeper of records and seals, Arthur Reed; master of finances, W. E. Ferry; master of ex chequer, A. L. Poole i master at arms, F. K. Felt j trustee for five years, . K. Dawley. . .,. , A daughter was borrjLt lleaton hos pital yesterday to Air. ana airs. Larron Duke. Miss Harel Weeks, teacher of domestic science in the high school, has been sent to visit the economic departments ot the Washington Irving high school in New York City and the William Penn high school in Philadelphia. B. A. Sumner and C. H. Thompson of this city, have purchased the Murklsnd water power at East Middlebury cs an investment. During 1013, the fire department has responded to 74 alarms, 58 of thera being still alarms. WAITS FIELD E. A. Fisk has sold his tenement prop erty on the common to Louis C. Whit comb. The Congregational Sunday school will give "Snnta Claim at Miss Prim's" on Christmas eve, Dec. 24, with the fol lowing cast of characters: Rita, Miss Marion Kiell; Lena, Miss Ruth Joslin; Tom, Dwight Joslin; Billy Hoy, Harry McAllister; Vera Fstte, Vaun Pierce; Newsy Ned, Clarence Tucker; Miss Prim, Miss Vone Skinner; witch's daugh ter, Pauline Niell; lisping Lou, Everett Wallis; spirit of love, Marion Jones; Santa Claus, Clyde Baird; waitress, Jes sica Joslin; choruses, boy boarders, base ball boys, sewing circle, etc. Mrs. W. A. Remele, who has been con fined to her home the past two weeks by illness, is able to be out. FOREST NOTES. H. P. Hood & Son. of Boston, the own ers of the White Cross Milk plant in this village, have bought the aorth JKandoIpn creamery, which has been run by the co operative company for the last 11 years. The Hood company took possession of the creamery this week ana will mane butter instead of turning it into a milk station. George Bryant has bought the cobbler and harness business of F. C. Bennett in Bethel and moved it to Randolph. He is to retain Mr. Bennett in his employ and as soon as he can find rooms more convenient will combine harness mend ing with his shoe business. The annual meeting of Bethany guild was held recently with Mrs. Fraser Metzger at the parsonage, and there were 42 present. They annual reports were given, the secretary's report first, which gave the 20 meetings being held during the year, with a total attendance of 852, and an average of 33, and a larg est attendance of 45, and a smallest of 18. Nine new members wre reported, and a total attendance of 08 members. Tlie treasurer reported $403.33 in the treasury on December first. The guild became responsible for the expense of lighting the auditorium and has enough in the treasury to pay the bill. The re port of the nominating committee was next heard, and the officers were elected as follows; President, Mrs. Alfred Eaton; vice president, Mrs. Lemuel Rich mond; secretary, Mrs. E. E. Brooks; treasurer, Mrs. 6. C. Clark; assistant treasurer, Mrs. W. E. Lamson; executive committee, Mrs. L. B. Johnson, Mrs. Jen nie Smith, Mrs. Harry Tilson, Mrs. John Bass, Mrs. L. A. Russlow. Rev. Fraser Metzger announced that the annual roll call would be held on January 3rd, and the dedication of the church would take place on the next day, January 4th, Mrs. R. B. Crow, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Russlow; for severnl weeks, left on Thursday for Brooklyn, N. Y., to pass the winter with Mrs. Ilolbrook, her daughter. Elizabeth Kent, who has been with her uncle in Rochester for the past few weeks, has come to pass the holidays with her father, L. G. Kent. The senior class of the high school has decided to take the Washington trip in the Easter vacation, and many of the juniors will accompany them on the ex cursion. A, daughter was born Wednesday morning to Mr. and Mrs, John LaRock, who live on Central street. Mrs. Harry Morton lias arrived from Hyde Park, Mass., to pass the holidays with relatives and will be joined by her husband a little later. A. A. Priest has recently had 30 head of cattle tested by George Stephens of White River Junction, and none of them was found diseased. Miss Eloise Wendemuth, the teacher in elocution and music, has gone to New York for the holidays. Mrs. Flora Stearns of Charlestown, NT. 1L, is with her brother, Leslie Rum fill, who is critically ill. E. D. fonney of Hardwick, who has been in Bethel at work for the' Wood bury Granite company, was in town this week to join his wife and daughter, and left for his home, leaving them for a little longer Btay with Mrs. A. E. John son. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hopkins of Han cock, N. Y.. have come to pass the win ter with their daughter, Mrs. IL W. Lewis. Mrs. Halo Flint is in Milton for a short stay with her father, Rev. E. E. Herriek. t BETHEL Daniel Lillie G. A. R. Post Proposes to Have Campfire. At the annual meeting of Daniel Lil lie post, No. 1, G. A. R., held Wednes day, it was resolved to hold a campfire at an early date ami a committee, was named consisting of Comrades Kimball, Chadwick. nd Abbott to have charge of the affair. Officers of the past were elected for 1914 as follows: (Jeorge H. Kimball, eommander; Daniel Stoddard, senior vice commander; S. F. Lyman, junior vice commander; Albert Abbott, chaplain; P. P. Wynn, treasurer; M. N. Kendall, ollicer of the day; foster Dana, officer of the guard. Mr. Wynn was elected delegate and Mr. Dana alternate to the department encampment. Here's a Useful Clock for Every Home The Davis 8-Day Alarm devote flr minutes every morning to getting you ur on rim (units you throw tha "off" switch), and serve a a, handsome and reliable) timekeeper for your family the net of tha day. YOTJ WIND THE DAVIS BTJT ONCE A WEEK Doesn't this new feature appeal to you ? More than that the spring! are encased in bras barrele like a watch result, even teuton when winding-, A ateel duet rap, patented, protects the works. The DAVIS 8-day alarm la richly An iehed In nickel and stand T nehea high. It food look and good work cannot fall to plea you. IT'S EASY TO GUARANTEE SUCH A CLOCK AS THIS That' why w cheerfully agree to re fund your money If the Daela a!eck doe not give satisfactory reaulta atar two week trial. Send us $2.8) and w will forward this reliable time-keeper postpaid, THE DAVIS COMPANY BROOKLYN?, N. Y. Bladen "V The forest products laboratory at Madison, Wisconsin, has made 4,000 tests on the strength of American woods. The gathering and selling of acorns is a new industry in Arkansas, to supply eastern nursery firms with material for forest planting. Last year the forest service distrib uted 110.000 basket willow cuttings; 15, 600 to forest schools, 20,00 to- agricul tural experiment stations, and 61,000 to individuals. More than 800,000 horsepower has been developed from streams on national forests under government regulations. This represents the output under con ditions of lowest streamflow. Florida button wood, tree confined largely to the kevs along the south coast, is very highly prized for use in cooking on ship galleys. It burns slowly with an even heat and makes but little smoke. y The piano pupils of. Ernest H. Kit- tredge gave a recital at dishing hall last evening which whs attended by a large number of friends of the teacher and pupils. Mrs. R. M. Chase sang two selections which were much enjoyed. The pupils who contributed to the re cital were Leonard Fish, Frances South worth, James Davis, Adeline Clifford, Mildred fcihaw, Charlotte Fisher, Anna Swinyer, Mrs. B. B. Goodale, Hazel Whitney, Kdward A. Davis, jr., Irene Cushing, Clara Cooley, Mrs. Lda Davis, the Misses Kelcher, Katherine Rogers and Edith Curtis. AMUSEMENT NOTES. MORIARITY ON TRIAL. Man Also Known as Lehan Faces a Murder Charge. Toms River, N. J Deo. 10. Joseph Moriarity, alias William J. Lehan, a stenographer, was placed on trial in the supreme court yesterday for thj murder of Mrs. Caroline C. Turner, the pretty wifo of an employee on the Lakewood estate of George J. Gould, whose muti lated body was found April zO, 1011, In a clump of pine trees not far from her home, Moriarity has no means, but the wealth of his former employer, Mrs, Jasper Lynch, a. society woman of the Lakewood colony, has not beea spared to defesjd hint. CRANITEVILLE. Billy Allen's Musical Comedy Co. At Barre Opera House Christmas. For the lovers of musical comedy, for which the overwhelming approval of Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia and New York is satisfying public endorsement, Billy Allen's Big Musical Comedy com pany will be a popular visitor locally net week, starting at the opera house with matinee Christmas day. A mathe matician of the company has counted the distinct incidents that go to make up the entertainment, and has found thirty-two, representing only the prin cipal situations, songs, dances and other distinctive features. Billy Allen is without doubt one of the most popular comedians on the stage to-day, and his support is unsurpassed. The company number 35 people, mostly girls, and pret ty girls that can sing and dance and dress Well. The repertoire of the Billy Allen Musical Comedy Co. this season is 4 pretentious one, including America's sensational musical comedy successes, "The Three Twins," "The Royal Chef," "Coming Thru' the Rye," 'Tinafore," "The Green Bird" and others, complete scanie embellishments, electrical effects, wardrobe, and all the original tuneful song hits which this wonderful list of comedians contain, and are used and carried by the Billy Allen Co. to stage in their entirety. Adv. ;errv uinsimas Come to our Christmas spread! After 1 you have thought and thought, been all over t town and looked at a thousand useless arti- cles, you'll undoubtedly decide to give "Him" X QI IPPFRQ t Our line of Men's Slippers is the finest assort- ment you can find anywhere. You'll find our prices t very reasonable, too! Slippers in Tan and Black Kid Skin, velvet em- bossed.' Opera or Everett shape, Nullifiers, Romeos, I etc. t Slippers are now always have" been and always will be the ideal Christmas gift for a man ! The Tilden Shoe Company "The House of Better Shoes" I Aldrich Building ! Barre, Vt. 7 a USEFUL HOLIDAY Gil; T For the Whole Family The kind that they will appreciate A Few Suggestions CARVING SETS SETS K. K. BITS BREAD MAKERS JACK KNIVES BOYS' SKATES GIRLS' SKATES HOCKEY STICKS WOOD PLANES BITBRACES SAFETY RAZORS HAND SAWS N. P. TEA KETTLES RAZOR STROPS WASHING MACHINES ASBESTOS FLAT IRONS COFFEE PERCOLATORS UNIVERSAL FOOD CHOPPERS O-CEDAR POLISH MOP A "Magee" Range op Heater will make a splendid gift THE N. D. PHELPS ma co.i Barre, Vermont N Telephone 29 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING 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 to 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, New York Bargain House, Inc. 100 No. Main SU Barre, Vt. PERRY & NOONAN Unexcelled Funeral Furnishings HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE Special Orders for Furniture UNDERTAKERS AND LICENSED EMBALM ER8 Telephone Connection! i Stere. 4!$-t Mr. Perry, 425-3 DEPOT SQ-. BARRE Mr. Nesnan, 423-1 CRANITEVILLE. Quartorlv tnertln? f Court Kob Roy, No. 6, F. of A., t Gllbcrfi hall Tuesday, le. 88. at 7 o'olook sharp. Bulnrs, election of ofllccr. Per order secretary, J, J. Sullivan, Roirular meeting of Maple Leaf eamp, 8392. M. W. of A., on Mondar. Deo. 22, 1 at Gilbert' hall. Buaineaa, election of signature of . S. Sykea on th box, oilk-ors. Tor order clerk, J, J, Sullivan, Advt, DOES YOUR BABY CHAFE? Mrs. 3raeo D. Andrews, nurse, of I.ynn, Mass., saysi "For twelve year I hava ued Comfort Powder for babies' chafing, rashes and all skin soreness, with great sueeesa, and find It better than any other powder." The genuine ha tha To the Purchasing Public of Barre and Vicinity Yon h&v teen that the merchants and rnemfcere of oUier aoclation have a set-tos-ether inert in ocfionallr for their mutual benefit Let o. the workinn men of thi rity, follow their example br doin or beat to booet the union label. Jutt think of the material Bivorte ve will hare gained for the working- men and women of the varioui trade that uae the label. If we are untted in making the demand. Union mad food may be had at the following atorra: fplT TT7'XT Olir'!? IT hava a complete line of men', women' and rriil XLLiUCjjM jllJVj jKJ. an; boot and hoes, the product of IS different shoe faetorie to feleet from, at prices to pleaae every one. Look for the union label. HmfT'C JP, filVCVC bare Leopold More' clothing, also pent, hoe. iUUUivti CI VVrXJlXO hate, underwear, overall and frock. Please look for the label. inTIV TJFTJT'V ATI h Italiasy shoe eUrre, ha a good line of union JU11IN liiKiiNAlU ., boots and ahoee. Look for tha label on the ol. or inner eole. T t MflPPV CCi have the following In stock! 8olts and overcoat, pant. IxAltlUIVAU X jJ, hat and cap, shirts, underwear, shoes, overalls, neck wear, glove, suspender and hosiery. Pleas insist en teeing the label before buying. TTfC THrPfP V OTIfiT hava unloa-med clothing, overall, and cap, lllCi lUllljCiltl OilUi with the label, and are at present negotiat ing with several furnishing houses to that they nay hava a complete 11ns of men 'i garments In the near future. fTl"!!? TIAK"I7T?C! employed In thta city are all organ I red, o all bread mad XllCj JJlIEiIVO wichin the city is union mad. Please, patronise she fol lowing ttorrs for good breadi Ladd at Co.. My Bakery, City Bakery, and the Italian Bakeries. The emokera of thi city an requeeted by the C. L. V. to twe their beat endrarore to further tha interests of the Cigar Makers' and Tobacco Worker' Unions, by buying nothing but union-made cigars aad tobaeooa. Tha unlone are not able as give coitly premium. Thi list will be changed from time to time. Look for thar spare. Respectfully youis, UNION LABEL COMMITTEE of C. L. U. of Barre and Vicinity.