THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914.
TALK OF THE TOWN
A Special Offer
The Designer a whole year for
The Leading Fashion and Home Maga
zine. Come in, and we will explain the
offer to You.
PERRY (Sl CAMP
75 North Main Street Barre, Vermont
We Furnish Homes
B. W. Hooker & Co.
WHAT! Spring sewing not done? , '
You need a White Sewing Machine.
Our Kitchen Cabinet is the best of all.
. The latest Hoosier. Buy one. .
Look at These Through Our
You are thinking of buying a Carpet Rug. To meet
your requirements it must be of a usable size, and the color
ings must be in harmony with your furnishings. In short,
you will select what seems to you to be a beautiful Rug,
but do not stop there look at it through OUR glasses.
and the permanence of colorings, to say nothing of the artistic
quality which comes only with a well-rounded experience.
It is certainly for our interest, as well as yours, that we
sell you the Rug which will prove a lasting pleasure.
At the present time, we are showing 100 Carpet Size Rugs
upon our new, modern, up-to-date rug rack. Opens like a
book and you can see the whole Rug at once.
New Linoleums and Oil Cloths.
Blanket sale at Abbott's tlii week.
See the new lace collars and ruffling
The McWhorter Co. have a few more
ladies' lur coats and caps to close at one
half price. , .
A few bargain pianos at Bailey's. One
for $135. Can you beat it. 14 Elm
A good concert at a' small price. At
the Presbyterian church to-night. Ad
mission, 10 cents.
Louis Huntington of Boston arrived in
the city last night to pass a few days
as the guest of relatives.
Lawrence Johnson of Milford, Mass.,
arrived in the city this forenoon to make
an extended visit as the guest of friends.
George Rodney returned last night to
his home at Andover, Mass., after pass
ing a few days In the city as the guest
Miss Beulah Smith returned last night
to her home at Burlington, after visit- i
iug in the city , for the past few days
t A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO. A. P. ABBOTT & CO.
B. W. Hooker & Co.,
Vermont's Largest Housefurnishers
are the Trusses we
advise you to wear.
Try our Truss department
if you have never had a good
easy-fitting truss. ,
We exercise the same care
in selecting Abdominal Belts
and Elastic Hosiery. Give
us a trial.
Drown's Drug Store,
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48 North Main Street
Rush Shopping Bags
The mbst' popular and practical bag today. Neat,
attractive, durable and well made. With their leather
riveted handles and close woven rush, they make the
most useful carrying device for all uses. Every lady
who does not own one should endeavor to secure a
selection from this shipment. Those w-ho have them
that are nearly worn out will find a good one to replace
the old one. This is our fourth shipment of these Rush
Bags within two months. This is good proof that their
usefulness and quality to everyone is satisfactory.
See Our Window Display
C. N. KENYON & COMPANY'S
Cash Bargain Store
"The Campbells are comin'" and why
shouldn't vou, to the Scotch social at the
Congregational church Friday evening I
Admission, IM. ,.
Bernard Corcoran of Short street rc
turned last night from Burlington,
where Uo has been visiting for the past
few days with relatives.
Georce Kelley of Merchant street re
turned last nijrht from Montreal, where
he has been visiting at the home of his
uncle for the taat few day a.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I,. Campbell of Tre
mont street returned yesterday from
Morrisville, where they have been visit
ing for the past few days. '
Mr. and Mrs. William Inglia of Aver
ill street returned last night from Marsh
field, where they have been visiting with
friends for the past few days.
, Riley's orchestra returned this fore
noon from Pndolph, where they fur
nished nuuio last evening for the big
Washington birthday celebration.
A number of Prof. George H. Elmore's
dancing students met in Howland hall
last eveninir for a dancing party. A
luncheon was served at intermission.
The funeral of Michael Maloney will
be held Thursday morning at 0 o clock
at St. Monica's church. Interment will
be in the Catholic cemetery on Beckley
Regular meeting of lumpers, boxers
and derrickmen, No. 50, will be held in
Foresters' hall Tuesday evening. Feb.
24, at 7:30. Per order president, George
Gilbert Phillips, who has been'spend
ing the past few days at Keene, N. H.,
in the interests of the Pine lool Sharp
ening company, returned to the city yes
terday.' . 1
Retail clerks, notice! Regular meet
ing of retail clerks' union will be held in
K. of P. hall Wednesday evening, Feb.
23, at 7:30 o'clock. K. J. Maggiani,
Buy scratch feed, wheat, oyster shells,
ground bone, beef scraps, dry mash for
your hens at the Kempton Mills, tormer.
ly Averill mills. Tel. 367-M. Prompt
Ronald McMillian of Thurston place
returned this forenoon from Burlington.
where he has been visiting for the past
few days.. Last evening he attended
the annual "kake walk" at the Univer
sity of Vermont.
The Times bowling, team defeated the
Ozark three straight games at the Par
adis alleys last night. Ellis of the win
ning team was high bowler of the even
ing, capturing the single with 103 and
the total with 282.
A meeting of the Meadow Brook Golf
club will be held in Eagles hall on the
evening of Wednesday, Feb. 25. at 7
o'clock. The president had called the
meeting and important business will
take up the time of the members.
The political supporters of Robert Gor
don for the office of mayor have estab
lished headquarters in the quarrywork
era' rooms of the Kcampini building. The
rooms will be open at all hours from
now until election. All sympathizers are
requested to visit the rooms. '
The third of a series of tournaments
between the Vineitia club and the Apollo
club of Montpelier will be held at the
latter's club rooms in Montpelier on
Wednesday evening. There will be con
tests in pool, billiards and cards. Special
car accommodations have been secured
for the Barre members returning after
The Washington birthday social, which
was to have been held under the aus
pices of the retail clerks" association in
the Knights of Pythias hall last evening,
was deterred by the committee until a
later date on account of the prevalent
cold wave. The committee will meet at
the regular session of the clerks Wednes
day night and plans will be instituted
for holding the social.
Mrs. Outram of Boston arrived in the
city yesterday to conduct a demonstra
tion of the Quimby candies at the Cum
mings & Lewis pharmacy. She will re
main in the city for a 'week, and every
day tho public will be given an oppor
tunity to hear a scientific lecture on
modern methods of manufacturing con
fectionery. Dainty favors will be dis
tributed to visitors at the store.
Among the arrivals at The Buzzell
hotel were tho following: John Lavery,
Rutland; Bertha Martin, Minneapolis,
Minn.: V. Carlcton, Boston: A. Bego,
Ilallowell, Me.; Byron Downing, Wash
ington; W. W. Perkins, Bethel- James
O. Pirie and wife, Graniteville;ugene
Webber, Milford, Mass.; R. II. Thomp
son, Meriden, Conn.; H. N. Kimball.
Enosburg; A. E. Bannon, Boston; T. M.
Ritchie and lady, Boston; Keene and
Johnson, Pavilion; Lula Coates, Pavil
ion. One of the biggest basketball games of
the season will be played at the Church
street gymnasium to-night, when Spauld
ing high school and Goddard seminary
clash in the second of the annual series
of basketball games. The first game
was won by the Spaulding team by a
comfortable margin. This evening the
Spaulding team will present a Boniewhat
strengthened lineup. The following play
ers will probably constitute the person
nel: Brown, center; Levin and Tomasi,
forwards; Olliver and Hooker, guards.
The Goddard lineup -will be as follows:
Cosby, center; Witt and Lameri, for
wards; Keefe and Wells, guards.
Undaunted by the extreme cold weath
er, about 85 couples gathered in the
Knights of Columbus hall, in the Scam
pini building last night to attend the
pre-Lenten dance conducted under the
auspices of the Xewman dramatic club.
The hall was attractively decorated by
the committee in charge. The proceeds
of the dance were converted into the
coffers of the club, which will be used
for administrative purposes of the club
during the coming year. Bruee's orches
tra furnished music for the dancing.
During intermission refreshments were
served tb the dancers. The committee
in charge of the dance was as follows: i
Misses Jeanette Granger, Mary .McCarthy,
Angela Tierney, Raymond Tierney, and
Don't get an idea that winter is anywhere near past. Pre
dictions have it that March will be a continuation of just what we
are having. We have a large stock of Blankets that we will mark
at a liberal discount for this week. They are cheap enough so that
it will pay you to buy and carry until next season. This is to
reduce our Blanket stock. These prices are for. this week only.
Next week will be too late, as we will then have to ask regular
price. See these in our window or on our bargain tables, as follows:
About 40 pairs of ten-quarter Gray
Blankets. These are 87e Blankets.
Now, this sale this week at 69c per
About 60 pairs of eleven-quarter
Gray Blankets. These are dollar
Blankets; this week at 70o per pair.
Forty-five pairs of eleven-quarter
Gray and White Blankets, very large
and good weighty These come in two
qualities. Blankets that were $1.19
and $1.29. This week, while they
last, your choice st 98c per pair.
One lot of twelve-quarter, very
large Wool Nap White Blankets.
These are good values at $.1.00. This
week at S2-49.
During this week's Blanket sale we
will allow, a liberal discount on all
Blankets in our stock. This means
every pair of Blankets from 75a up
to $8.00 per pair. The lowest Blan
ket prices made this season.
The weather is anything but spring
like. TJuring this cold weather lots
plan and make their spring dresses.
This season customers have the ad
vantage of being able to select from
a very large line ol desirable spring
kinds. .. ' ,
Spring Goods have been brought out
earlier than usual and it is safe to
predict that lots of new styles being
shown now will be, closed out early.
Customers realize this. So that many
are selecting and holding until later
to make up.
Cotton Goods have all the appear
ance of more expensive' goods. Wool
Dress Goods are far better for the
price than last year. Xcw styles and
weaves' have changed all Silks so
that they are all new weaves.
Law and Dress Trimmings to
match all these new colors and de
Ladies' Tailored Suits
We are putting out what we have
left in Tailored Snits at prices to
close them at once. Here are some
extra good Suits at from $7.50 to
915 00. These are Suits that are
made in the season's best style and
from such goods as Cheviots, Serge,
Men's Worsteds and Corduroys. Jf
you want a good Suit to finish, out
the season and for a business Suit
next fall you should see these values.
In the new Spring Models, we can
show you one of the largest and best
we ever had as early in the season.
These new Suits are made up from
the several popular cloths of the sea
son and the showing in sample Suits
no two alike. You will surely ap
preciate the values when you see' tho
We never wore able to show so good
a Suit at $12-50 as we now have in
these new models at that price.
At $15 00, $18 OO. and $20.00
are some Sample Suits in the new
In the better grades at $25 OO
and $30 OO are some values that
you should see to appreciate their
Ladies' Silk Petticoats
The demand for Ladies' Silk Petti
coats Is so great we can hardly get
deliveries fast enough to take care of
the trade. .
We have received to-day another
lot of those extra values in the fine
Messaline Silk Petticoats. These are
made up in the new models with the
dust ruffle and without. Some pre
fer one way and some the other.
At $2.50 we have a flue Messa
line Silk Petticoat in nearly all col
ors, and the new spring shades are
' Jn Blacks we have' some new Mes
saline and fine Chiffon Taffeta Pet
ticoats that we consider very good
At $3 OO are a number of different
models in the Mescaline Petticoats.
These' we are showing in all the new
shades, as well as the changeable col
ors and white. If you want to match
any particular shade of Silk we can
get it for you.
By express this morning, new lot of Yard-Wide Chiffon Taffetas. These are being used for lots of differ
ent purposes. This is a $1.50 value, sold at a close price of $1.35 per yard. Very soft and lustrous.
The Daylight Store
TALK OF THE TOWN
See the new wash goods at Vaughan's.
lard-wide colored chiffon taffeta at
Read the programme of the 10-eent
concert to be given at the Presbyterian
church to-night in another column of
Albert Boulderice, who was formerly
employed by Superintendent Alex. Han
ton as an assistant at Hope cemetery,
came to Barre yesterday from Mont
pelier, where he was discharged in the
morning from Ilea ton hospital, after a
confinement of fourteen weeks. In late
November, Mr. Boulderice was employed
on the section near Montpelier Junction.
One day he caught his right foot in a
switch frog just as a freighter was ap
proaching from the north. In his efforts
to release the member, he twisted his
leg so violently that the bone was brok
en in two places. Physicians at first de
spaired of saving the limb, but careful
treatment forfended the possibility of an
operation. Mr. Boulderice is still unable
to walk without the aid of crutches,
and several weeks must elapse before he
can resume work. After a short stay
with friends in Barre, he, will return to
TALK OF THE TOWN
Iloagknit sweaters at Abbott's.
Corset special this week at Vaughan's.
The McWhorter Co. are showing the
spring shapes in soft and stiff hats.
Piano tuning George R. Beyerle will
be in the city this week. Send orders to
this office early.
The Indies' Auxiliary of the A. 0. H.
will hold its regular meeting Wednes
day evening at 7 o'clock sharp.
Regular meeting of Bright Star Re
bekah lodge, No. 19, Wednesday evening,
Feb. 23, at 7:30 o'clock. There will be
practice, and every officer is requested
to be present. j
The following program is to be given
at the Presbyterian church Tuesday
evening, teb. zi, at 8 o clock. Admis
Piano Solo.. ...Rev, Mr. Salmond
Vocal Solo.. Mr. Gilman
Reading Mrs. Peter Mutch
Trio. .Messrs. Jarvis, Grant and Mackav
Vocal Solo Mrs. Gilbert Wood
Reading ''Jack Daw of Rheams". . . .
Miss Eva A. Bisbee
Solo Miss Alice Walker
Piano Duet,.Mis8es Walker and Mackay
IRARRE (fDPERA MOUSE I
Wednesday, February 25
I Lenten" Scasom
begins Wednesday and we
I are prepared to supply your
FRESH, SALT, PICKLED,
AND SMOKED FISH
Things keep moving here
and are not allowed to be
come old or stale.
We want to call your at
tention to our extra
Fancy Labrador Salt Herring 7c lb
Fresh Herrings ; 5c each, 6 for 35c
Boneless Smoked Herrings ; 18c tb
Our own Kippered Herrings 5c and 6c each
Marshall's Kippered Herrings Large Cans aoc
Norwegian Kippered Herrings .. ,.. a cans 25c
Salt Mackerei 9 lbs, 25c,
Sliced and Boned Salt Cod v. 10C lb.
"Comfort Bits" Salt Cod, large boxes 35c each
Finnan Haddies fresh every day.
Shredded Codfish, for fish balls 10C box
Tall cans Red Salmon 15c can
-Flat cans Salmon .' 10c can
See them in our window.
B. B. -lh. plain tins, gold label.; 15c can
American Sardines 5c each
Rainbow Sardines, large cans 17c each
Fisher Box or Portland Brand 10c, 3 cans asc
Norwegian Smoked Sardines a cans asc
MlMAVTIB SWIM TV AW . II
AfT.47tVf4'" f Sjr ARTHUR JAMES KUM
Ewtry Mother, tvry
I 5m This Play.
It Tsachas The 6ratst
Humanity Has To Lwrn
MOM fOMOMO MtU
Prices 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Scats at Drown's Drug Store, Monday, February 23
Extra Value in Canned Asparagus
SPECIAL 25i cans Imported Mushrooms 17c can, 3 cans 50c
FRESH ROASTED COFFEE
Superior quality, excellent flavor . . 95c to 40c lb
3 cans Tomatoes or Corn 35c
More of those elegant Peas, 3 cans for asc, the last of this week.
I -Good '.Things to Eat Telephone Call, 400 jjjjFDJL ADD COMPANY j
During 40 Days
Wednesday, February 25, the opening of the Lenten
season, finds us fully prepared to take care of all
your Fish wants. Our line of Fresh, Salted, Pickled,
Smoked, or Dried Fish, is complete.-
We receive Fish every working day in the week,
Oysters every morning; also Scallops, Clams, Lob
sters, etc, weather permitting.
Our variety of. Canned Goods, viz., Lobster, Crab
Meats, Shrimp, Sardines, Salmon, Lima Fish, and
Chowders, etc., is always acceptable for salads and
Watch the window. It will give you ideas what
to have and have it when you want it, as we make
it a rule, we are never out.
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